According to "Reminiscences of the Moravian Church at Lititz, Pennsylvania," there was a "German Lutheran settlement" in Warwick Township, Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania, about 1738. These Lutherans joined with others to build St. James or St. Jacob's Church. This church was used by all nearby denominations. It became Moravian about 1747 and some of the Lutherans then attended Trinity Lutheran Church in Lancaster City. I am particularly interested in this "German Lutheran" settlement and cannot find any additional information about it. My Frantz family were part of this settlement. (Ludwig, Jacob, Eva Juliana, Magdalena) Can anyone help me?