Friday, April 27, 2007

Eli Beachy, writer

Eli Beachy is a writer, oral historian, and a Civil War re-enactor.
Book discription: "When it comes crashing into the life of the Amish, the world suddenly becomes a most confusing place." Click on Amazon to read more about Eli's book or to buy it.

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Gene Beachy

In the mid-1800s, an Amish farmer named Manasses Hochstetler came to Indiana. As he cleared the land for his farm, he used the wood to build furniture for his family. He passed this skill on to his son Cornelius; Cornelius passed it on to his son Henry, and so on down the line. This rich heritage is the foundation for Manasses Henry Furniture Company, owned and operated by Gene Beachy, the great-great grandson of Manasses Hochstetler. Every piece is made from solid lumber construction. The finest northern hardwoods - oak, cherry, pine, maple, walnut and quarter sawn white oak- are harvested especially for this furniture. Click here to view more pictures and information on their web site.

Saturday, April 07, 2007

Menno Beachy-Mountain Anthems

The Mountain Anthems Mixed Chorus is under the direction of Menno Beachy. They come from the Allegheny Mountains of Western Maryland and Pennsylvania. They are members of the Mountain View Mennonite Church of Salisbury, Pa. They have been ministering in song for about 45 years and serve on a volunteer basis. Click here for more information. Click here to view their tour schedule for 2007 on their web site.

Thursday, April 05, 2007

Beachy Amish web site

No, the Beachy Amish don't live down at the old seashore but if one clue can be given, take a look at our picture above. Do you notice some Amish colors showing? No more of the drab black as the Beachy Amish are sporting some color.

Founded more as a fellowship in 1927 by Moses Beachy, the name took hold even though Moses himself asked for that not to be done out of all due humility.
The above picture and statement was taken from the Beachy Amish web site, click link below.

Here is a Beachy Amish web site, that I think you will enjoy, check it out. Some of the articles and opinions posted there may make you angry or maybe you will agree with them, either way it will cause you to think.

Monday, April 02, 2007

Beachy Brothers, Raymond & Homer, WI

Homer Beachy sold his six year old mare at the sale in 2006.
Raymond Beachy sold his yearling stallion at the same sale.
To see more pictures of the beautiful horses at the sale click here