Effingham County GA

Effingham County, Georgia Marriages 1754-1850

Effingham County, Georgia Marriages 1754-1850: The following marriage records have been extracted from Effingham County Georgia court records. They contain an index to the marriage records for the years of 1754-1850, not inclusive. There appears to be a large gap in the marriage records for the years of 1778-1791, with only one marriage recorded.

Old Ebenezer Church, Effingham County GA – 1780 Burials

Ulrich Neidlinger died Nov. 27, 1780, and was buried on the 28th. Funeral text: Matt. 25. Those prepared entered in to the wedding with him. Joseph Schubtrein died Nov. 30, 1780, and was buried the same day. Funeral text: Is. 22. All flesh is as grass and all its goodliness. Dan’d Steiner died Dec. 1, …

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Old Ebenezer Church, Effingham County GA – 1772 Burials

Caspar Waldhauer’s daughter died Jan. 20, 1772, immediately after receiving lay baptism. John Adam Freyermuth died as a child of 2 years and 2 months, Feb. 5, 1772, and was buried in the cemetery here. Salome, daughter of Samuel Kraus, 6 years, 1 month and 3 days old, died Feb. 5, 1772, and was buried …

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Old Ebenezer Church, Effingham County GA – 1771 Burials

Phoebe, a baptized Negro child belonging to Mrs. Lemking, died Feb. 18, 1771, and was buried the next day. John Michael Bohrman died Feb. 17, 1771, and was buried on the 19th here at Ebenezer. Matthias Schubdrein, 5 months old, died% 9 1771, and was buried in Zions Church. Anna Eva, daughter of John Scheeraus, …

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