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Barend Rusburg (ca. 1767-9 May 1856), a son of Jan Rusburg of [[Haarlem (Noord-Holland, Netherlands)|Haarlem]], and Maria Tirion, was a Dutch Mennonite minister. At first he was employed in the office of his uncle Tirion, a noted bookseller of [[Amsterdam (Noord-Holland, Netherlands)|Amsterdam]]. Then he decided to study theology. He was a student in the [[Amsterdam Mennonite Theological Seminary (Kweekschool)|Amsterdam Mennonite Seminary]] 1801-1804, and thereupon served the congregations of [[Aalsmeer (Noord-Holland, Netherlands)|Aalsmeer]] 1805-1807, [[Hengelo (Overijssel, Netherlands)|Hengelo]] 1807-1828, and [[Kampen (Overijssel, Netherlands)|Kampen]] 1828-1851; in 1851, at the age of eighty-five, he retired. Rusburg published a translation of the prophecies of Micah from the Hebrew (Amsterdam, 1832) and a short biography of two Mennonite industrialists in Hengelo, <em>Iets over W(olter) and J(ohannes) ten Cate als oprigters der fabrijken</em> (n.p., n.d.).
 
Barend Rusburg (ca. 1767-9 May 1856), a son of Jan Rusburg of [[Haarlem (Noord-Holland, Netherlands)|Haarlem]], and Maria Tirion, was a Dutch Mennonite minister. At first he was employed in the office of his uncle Tirion, a noted bookseller of [[Amsterdam (Noord-Holland, Netherlands)|Amsterdam]]. Then he decided to study theology. He was a student in the [[Amsterdam Mennonite Theological Seminary (Kweekschool)|Amsterdam Mennonite Seminary]] 1801-1804, and thereupon served the congregations of [[Aalsmeer (Noord-Holland, Netherlands)|Aalsmeer]] 1805-1807, [[Hengelo (Overijssel, Netherlands)|Hengelo]] 1807-1828, and [[Kampen (Overijssel, Netherlands)|Kampen]] 1828-1851; in 1851, at the age of eighty-five, he retired. Rusburg published a translation of the prophecies of Micah from the Hebrew (Amsterdam, 1832) and a short biography of two Mennonite industrialists in Hengelo, <em>Iets over W(olter) and J(ohannes) ten Cate als oprigters der fabrijken</em> (n.p., n.d.).
 
 
 
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Barend Rusburg (ca. 1767-9 May 1856), a son of Jan Rusburg of Haarlem, and Maria Tirion, was a Dutch Mennonite minister. At first he was employed in the office of his uncle Tirion, a noted bookseller of Amsterdam. Then he decided to study theology. He was a student in the Amsterdam Mennonite Seminary 1801-1804, and thereupon served the congregations of Aalsmeer 1805-1807, Hengelo 1807-1828, and Kampen 1828-1851; in 1851, at the age of eighty-five, he retired. Rusburg published a translation of the prophecies of Micah from the Hebrew (Amsterdam, 1832) and a short biography of two Mennonite industrialists in Hengelo, Iets over W(olter) and J(ohannes) ten Cate als oprigters der fabrijken (n.p., n.d.).


Author(s) Nanne van der Zijpp
Date Published 1959


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van der Zijpp, Nanne. "Rusburg, Barend (ca. 1767-1856)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1959. Web. 30 Oct 2014. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Rusburg,_Barend_(ca._1767-1856)&oldid=84786.

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van der Zijpp, Nanne. (1959). Rusburg, Barend (ca. 1767-1856). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 30 October 2014, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Rusburg,_Barend_(ca._1767-1856)&oldid=84786.




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