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Dalton, [[Ohio (State)|Ohio]], is a village of nearly 1,600 (2007) located on U.S. Highway 30 in the heart of a rich farming and dairy community of Sugar Creek Township., [[Wayne County (Ohio, USA)|Wayne County]]. Mennonite pioneers from eastern [[Pennsylvania (USA)|Pennsylvania]], such as the [[Martin family name|Martins]], Eberlys, [[Horst (Hurst) family|Horsts]] and [[Buckwalter (Buckwalder, Bookwalter, Buchwalder, Buchwalter, Boughwalder) family |Buckwalters]], settled on territory north of Dalton early in the nineteenth century, organizing the [[Martins Mennonite Church (MC) (Wayne County, Ohio)|Martin's Church]] (MC USA). Many of their descendants still live there. The rolling territory southwest of Dalton was chosen by Swiss Mennonites who immigrated to this section as early as 1819. This prosperous Swiss community has since been known as Sonnenberg.
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Dalton, [[Ohio (USA)|Ohio]], is a village of nearly 1,600 (2007) located on U.S. Highway 30 in the heart of a rich farming and dairy community of Sugar Creek Township., [[Wayne County (Ohio, USA)|Wayne County]]. Mennonite pioneers from eastern [[Pennsylvania (USA)|Pennsylvania]], such as the [[Martin family name|Martins]], Eberlys, [[Horst (Hurst) family|Horsts]] and [[Buckwalter (Buckwalder, Bookwalter, Buchwalder, Buchwalter, Boughwalder) family |Buckwalters]], settled on territory north of Dalton early in the nineteenth century, organizing the [[Martins Mennonite Church (MC) (Wayne County, Ohio)|Martin's Church]] (MC USA). Many of their descendants still live there. The rolling territory southwest of Dalton was chosen by Swiss Mennonites who immigrated to this section as early as 1819. This prosperous Swiss community has since been known as Sonnenberg.
 
 
 
 
 
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Dalton, Ohio, is a village of nearly 1,600 (2007) located on U.S. Highway 30 in the heart of a rich farming and dairy community of Sugar Creek Township., Wayne County. Mennonite pioneers from eastern Pennsylvania, such as the Martins, Eberlys, Horsts and Buckwalters, settled on territory north of Dalton early in the nineteenth century, organizing the Martin's Church (MC USA). Many of their descendants still live there. The rolling territory southwest of Dalton was chosen by Swiss Mennonites who immigrated to this section as early as 1819. This prosperous Swiss community has since been known as Sonnenberg.


Author(s) Stanford Mumaw
Date Published 1955


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Mumaw, Stanford. "Dalton (Ohio, USA)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1955. Web. 22 May 2018. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Dalton_(Ohio,_USA)&oldid=113316.

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Mumaw, Stanford. (1955). Dalton (Ohio, USA). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 22 May 2018, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Dalton_(Ohio,_USA)&oldid=113316.




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Adapted by permission of Herald Press, Harrisonburg, Virginia, from Mennonite Encyclopedia, Vol. 2, p. 4. All rights reserved.


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