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St. Paul's Orphans' Home

Established - December 10, 1867 / June 9, 1869
Closed - June 6, 1971
1st site - Butler (Butler County)
2nd site - Greenville (Mercer County)
Also Known As:
Butler Orphan Home
Rev. Carl August Limberg
Rev. George B. Russell
Sponsoring Agency:
St. Paul's Classis of the Reformed Church
Accepted soldiers' orphans.
In Butler, the Christian Siebert farm and mansion served as the site. Mr. Siebert was an Elder in the Reformed Church.
Location of Records:
Case records no longer exist; a fire in the 1970's destroyed them.
For Board Minutes and Newsletters, contact the following: St. Paul Homes, Development Office, % Ms. Terri Sherbondy, 339 E. Jamestown Road, Greenville, PA 16125 ; 412-588-7610.
Pennsylvania's Soldiers' Orphan Schools...With Names of Pupils Subjoined (1876), pp. 495-499 **(r362.7 P31)**
Annual Report of the Superintendent of Soldiers' Orphans...1880, p. 46 **(r362.7 P39)**
A History of St. Paul's Orphans' Home of the Reformed Church in the United States(includes a partial list of residents from 1867-1917), pp. 316-335 **(r362.7 L13)**