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Hess, a Mennonite family descended from Hans Hess (d. 1733), a Swiss Mennonite immigrant, who is buried near Baumgardner, [[Lancaster County (Pennsylvania, USA)|Lancaster County]], [[Pennsylvania (USA)|Pennsylvania]], and had a numerous progeny, including many preachers in the Lancaster (MC) district and elsewhere. The Kraybill district of the [[Lancaster Mennonite Conference (Mennonite Church USA)|Lancaster (MC) Conference]] had Bishop Samuel Hess (d. 1819) ; [[Cumberland County (Pennsylvania, USA)|Cumberland County]] had a preacher Samuel Hess, and Hammer Creek a preacher John Hess. In the 1950s the [[Lancaster Mennonite Conference (Mennonite Church USA)|Lancaster Conference]] has preachers Amos L. Hess, Jacob G. Hess, James H. Hess, John S. Hess, John W. Hess, Maris W. Hess, and Richard B. Hess, with two deacons. [[Hess, John Henry (1922-2007)|John H. Hess]], longtime minister of the [[Warden Woods Mennonite Church (Scarborough, Ontario, Canada)|Warden Woods Mennonite Church]] in [[Toronto (Ontario, Canada)|Toronto]], [[Ontario (Canada)|Ontario]] is a descendant. A. L. Hess, a layman, who left Lancaster County and settled in Harvey County, [[Kansas (USA)|Kansas]], in 1884, after whom the village of Hesston is named, was one of the founders of [[Hesston College (Hesston, Kansas, USA)|Hesston College]].
 
Hess, a Mennonite family descended from Hans Hess (d. 1733), a Swiss Mennonite immigrant, who is buried near Baumgardner, [[Lancaster County (Pennsylvania, USA)|Lancaster County]], [[Pennsylvania (USA)|Pennsylvania]], and had a numerous progeny, including many preachers in the Lancaster (MC) district and elsewhere. The Kraybill district of the [[Lancaster Mennonite Conference (Mennonite Church USA)|Lancaster (MC) Conference]] had Bishop Samuel Hess (d. 1819) ; [[Cumberland County (Pennsylvania, USA)|Cumberland County]] had a preacher Samuel Hess, and Hammer Creek a preacher John Hess. In the 1950s the [[Lancaster Mennonite Conference (Mennonite Church USA)|Lancaster Conference]] has preachers Amos L. Hess, Jacob G. Hess, James H. Hess, John S. Hess, John W. Hess, Maris W. Hess, and Richard B. Hess, with two deacons. [[Hess, John Henry (1922-2007)|John H. Hess]], longtime minister of the [[Warden Woods Mennonite Church (Scarborough, Ontario, Canada)|Warden Woods Mennonite Church]] in [[Toronto (Ontario, Canada)|Toronto]], [[Ontario (Canada)|Ontario]] is a descendant. A. L. Hess, a layman, who left Lancaster County and settled in Harvey County, [[Kansas (USA)|Kansas]], in 1884, after whom the village of Hesston is named, was one of the founders of [[Hesston College (Hesston, Kansas, USA)|Hesston College]].
 
 
 
= Bibliography =
 
= Bibliography =
 
Hess, John H. A <em class="gameo_bibliography">Family Record of the Hess Family.</em> Lititz, PA 1880, 2nd enlarged ed., Lititz, 1896.
 
Hess, John H. A <em class="gameo_bibliography">Family Record of the Hess Family.</em> Lititz, PA 1880, 2nd enlarged ed., Lititz, 1896.
 
 
 
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Hess, a Mennonite family descended from Hans Hess (d. 1733), a Swiss Mennonite immigrant, who is buried near Baumgardner, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and had a numerous progeny, including many preachers in the Lancaster (MC) district and elsewhere. The Kraybill district of the Lancaster (MC) Conference had Bishop Samuel Hess (d. 1819) ; Cumberland County had a preacher Samuel Hess, and Hammer Creek a preacher John Hess. In the 1950s the Lancaster Conference has preachers Amos L. Hess, Jacob G. Hess, James H. Hess, John S. Hess, John W. Hess, Maris W. Hess, and Richard B. Hess, with two deacons. John H. Hess, longtime minister of the Warden Woods Mennonite Church in Toronto, Ontario is a descendant. A. L. Hess, a layman, who left Lancaster County and settled in Harvey County, Kansas, in 1884, after whom the village of Hesston is named, was one of the founders of Hesston College.

Bibliography

Hess, John H. A Family Record of the Hess Family. Lititz, PA 1880, 2nd enlarged ed., Lititz, 1896.


Author(s) Ira D Landis
Date Published 1955


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Landis, Ira D. "Hess family." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1955. Web. 24 Apr 2014. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Hess_family&oldid=88031.

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Landis, Ira D. (1955). Hess family. Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 24 April 2014, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Hess_family&oldid=88031.




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