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Third American settlement of the Brothersfield Adventists

During the late 1880s Brothersfield Adventists sold their homesteads and went to Richville in North Dakota.

During the early 1900s they sold again, moving north to South Sykeston in Stutsman County.

Their post office and village was called New Home, located just north the Stolz Farm.

Their congregation met in Mary Wall's old sod house.

Later they built a new church at 5251 7th St SE Sykeston, ND 58486-9612. The church burnt to the ground in 1953, but was rebuilt.

Their activities were reported in this 1915 Jamestown Newspaper.


Green sections are inks to certain individuals on this 1911 New Home Plat Map.
John and Mary Dirksen Hiebert John and Eva Dirksen Rexin Jacob Dirksen John and Nettie Funk Rau John and Katie Hiebert Voth C C Guenther Jake and Anna Funk Thiesen Cornelius J Dirksen Eli and Carrie Thiesen Wentland Uncertain which H Dirksen Uncertain about which Voth Widow Mary Richert Sperling Henry Dirksen Cornelius Dirksen Abraham was killed moving a house Abraham Dirksen son of Jacob Daniel Unruh II Peter and Mary Heinrichs Voth Jacob's son Jake Thiesen Abraham and Katie Dirksen Unruh David and Neta Voth Funk Son of Daniel II David Funk Daniel Unruh