Old Ebenezer Church, Effingham County GA – 1774 Marriages

Benjamin Daly and Susannah Garneth were law fully joined together into the holy Estate of Matrimony by a License on the 6th of Jan., 1774 at Mr. Garneth’s House. Jesse Busbey and Molly Pearce, both of Carolina, were both lawfully married on the 26 Day of Jan., 1774. Esa Tanner and Seelina Rogers were both



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



Old Ebenezer Church, Effingham County GA – 1772 Marriages

Aaron Matthew and Mary Davey, both of St. George Parish have been lawfully published thrice here at Ebenezer and have desired a Certificate thereof on the 6th of Jan., 17 Thomas Garneth and Rachel Wissin have been married on the 8th of Jan., 1772 by a License from his Hon. the Commander. Chaplin William and



Old Ebenezer Church, Effingham County GA – 1775 Marriages

Solomon Zant and Dorothea Reiser were both united in marriage by Mr. Sen. Muhlenberg, Jan. 31, 1775. Text: Ps. 73:25-26. Benjamin Glaner and Hannah Margaret Bach were both united in marriage Febr. 7, 1775. John Dannell and Hannah Dammans were both lawfully married on the 26th of Febr., 1775. John George Maurer and Mary Sybille



Old Ebenezer Church, Effingham County GA – 1765 Marriages

John Flerl and Hannah Elizabeth Brandner were joined in marriage Jan. 15, 1765. John Ulrich Fetzer and Johanna Mohr were united in marriage in Jerusalem Church, March 19, 1765. Thomas Mackh and Mary Weinkauff were united in marriage April 16, 1765. John Nicholas Strobart from Purrysburg and Eva Mary Mengersdorff were joined in marriage in



Old Ebenezer Church, Effingham County GA – 1768 Marriages

Silvanus Bird and Dinah Stafford, all on Ogeechee River, were joined in marriage March 4, 1768. John Ford and Mary More. James Nolliboy and Catharine Gaskin, all in St. Matthew Parish, were joined in marriage March 7, 1768. John George Rentz and Hannah Margaret Kalcher were joined in marriage March 8, 1768. John 15:14. Matthew



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,



Old Ebenezer Church, Effingham County GA – 1766 Marriages

Patrick Onyl and Mary Krumbl were joined in marriage June 17, 1766. John Adam Freyermuth and Mary Elizabeth Buehler were united in marriage Oct. 7, 1766. John Oechsle and Elizabeth Gress were joined in marriage Dec. 16, 1766. John Meyer and Christine Remshardt was joined in marriage Dec. 23, 1766. The text was Phil. 4:5,



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



Old Ebenezer Church, Effingham County GA – 1770 Marriages

John Scheeraus and the widow Magdalene Epinger were both legally united in Christian marriage in Bethany, Jan. 9, 1770. The wedding text, Psalm Matthew Weinkauf and Anna Rosina Kussmiaul were joined in marriage Jan. 16, 1770 in Goshen. Frederick Schrempf and Sarah Dixon were joined in marriage Feb. 7, 1770. John George Heid and the



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