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Old Ebenezer Church, Effingham County GA – 1772 Burials

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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 the next day at Zion.

John Paul Mueller jun. died Feb. 21, 1772 in the 27th year of his age, and was buried on the 22nd. Text: Psalm 55:19: “The Lord works rest for my soul.”

Anna Mary Schubtrein died in the night before March 17, 1772, and was buried the same day.

Salome Remshardt, a child of a week, died March 18, 1772, and was buried the next day.

George Heckel died April 6, 1772, and was buried the next day. Text: Luke 10:20, 21.

George Niess died April 10, 1772, and was buried the next day. Text: Job 19: “I know.”

Krause’s stillborn child was buried June 27, 1772 in the cemetery at Zion.

Jacob Lange, 25 years old, died Sept. 20, 1772, and was buried in the cemetery at Zion.

Christian Frederick Hekel, 3 days old, died Oct. 7. 1772, and was buried the next day.

Christine, wife of John Heinle, died 3 hours after the birth of a daughter early at 3 o’clock on Oct. 8, 1772, and was buried the same day.

Benaiah, Solomon Zant’s son, 3 years old, died Nov. 11, 1772, and was buried the next day.
Up to this point the number reported.

Thomas Schweighofer died Dec. 7, 1772, and was buried the next day on his plantation.

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