1. Gideon G. Yoder, The Oldest Living American Mennonite Congregations of Central Kansas (Enid, OK: Masters Thesis, Dept. of Church History, Phillips University, 1948 May). Content outline www.dgatx.com/family...pubs/1948/MC/hs.html. The library of the Phillips Theological Seminary has this thesis.
2. Emma King Risser, History of the Pennsylvania Mennonite Church in Kansas (Harvey Co., KS: Eastlawn Cemetery, 1958).
3. Donald I Good, "Good Family Reunion and History" (37 photos, 2001 Jun 30 - Jul 3). localhost/family/peo...s/2001/06-30/hs.html. Frames 23-32.
4. Donald I Good, "Peabody Area History" (90 photos, 2008 Nov 25). www.dgatx.com/family...s/2008/11-25/hs.html. Eastlawn Cemetery, Santa Fe Trail, Chisholm Trail, Unknown cemetery, Brunk Family Cemetery, Noah Good land, Benjamin W. Bare land, Marion City Cemetery. Frames 5-31.
o Joseph S. Miller, Beyond the Mystic Border: A 100 Year History of the Whitestone Mennonite Church (Hesston, KS: Whitestone Mennonite Church, 1985). A successor of the Pennsylvania Mennonite Church (KS).