Effingham County GA

Old Ebenezer Church, Effingham County GA – 1756 Marriages

Andrew Seckinger and the widow Agnes Ziegler were joined in marriage May 17, 1756. The text was from John 16:22. On May 31, 1756, John George Mueller and the widow Rosina Schubdrein were joined in marriage. Ps. 94:19 John George Ziegler and Anna Catherine Rau were joined in marriage June 1, 1756. John Conrad Frickinger …

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Old Ebenezer Church, Effingham County GA – 1761 Baptisms

John, child of John Heinle and his wife Mary, was born Dec. 30, 176o, and baptized Jan. 1, 1761. Sponsors were George Faul and his wife Rebecca. David, son of John Ulrich Reidlinger ,and his wife Waldpurga, was born Jan. 6, 1761, and baptized the same day. Sponsors were Ruprecht Zimmerebener and Anna Margaret Zittrauer. …

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Old Ebenezer Church, Effingham County GA – 1766 Baptisms

Salome, daughter of Samuel Kraus and Judith his wife, was born Jan. 3, 1766 in the preceding night and baptized on this day. Sponsors were David Steiner and Anna Margaret his wife. Phoebe, Hangleiter’s Negro girl, was born Jan. -, 1766, and baptized on the 11th. Sponsors were John Hangleiter and his wife. Obadiah, son …

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Old Ebenezer Church, Effingham County GA – 1767 Marriages

Christian Oechsle was united in marriage with the widow Walpurg Kraeuter, Jan. 27, 1767 in Bethany. The wedding text was in Rom. 12:12: “Rejoicing in hope.” John Maurer and Mary Magdalene Zant were joined in marriage Feb. 24, 1767. Ps. 37: 4, 5. John Jacob Kieffer and Dorothy Reuter were joined in marriage March 24, …

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Old Ebenezer Church, Effingham County GA – 1773 Marriages

Matthew Colson and Chloe Woods have been law-fully married Febr. 6th, 1773. Shadrik Harper and Sarah Trager, both of Carolina, were lawfully married on the 7th of March, 1773. Valendin Grumbley and Elizabeth Fulsher were lawfully married on the 8th of March, 1773. Peter Kettle and Elizabeth Danell were both law-fully married on the 11th …

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Old Ebenezer Church, Effingham County GA – 1761 Burials

George Gross, 45 years old, died in Bethany Feb. 3, 1761, and was buried there on the 4th. Thomas Geschwandel, 66 years old, died on his plantation March 8, 1761, and was buried on the Plantation cemetery on the l0th. Judith, a daughter of Balthaser Kiefer, somewhat over three years old, died early on April …

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Old Ebenezer Church, Effingham County GA – 1769 Marriages

John Jeffes and Judith Dickson were both married the 6th of Febry., 1769. Abraham Mott and Sarah Scruggs both of St. Matthew’s Parish were lawfully married on the 16th of Febry., 1769. John Cothal Briker and Catharine Ambar were both lawfully, according to a License, married on the Tenth of March, 1769. John Frederick Briest …

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Old Ebenezer Church, Effingham County GA – 1772 Baptisms

William Hattin, Son of Richard Stafford and Mary his Wife, born 14th of Nov., 1770, and Baptized 23th of Ap., 1772. Godfathers are both Parents. David, son of George Gruber and his wife Elizabeth, was born April 23, 1772, and baptized the following day. Sponsors were John Justus Gravenstein and his wife, Jacob Mohr, who …

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Old Ebenezer Church, Effingham County GA – 1761 Marriages

Martin Fettler 0f Savannah and Anna Ursula Moser were united in marriage Feb. 3, 1761. George Schweiger and the widow Margaret Zittrauer were united in marriage May 19, 1761. John George Zittrauer was on the same day, May 19, 1761, united in marriage with Catharine Brandwein. John George Niess was united in marriage with the …

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