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jerusalem lutheran church georgia/images | New Ebenezer GA | Vanishing South Georgia Photographs by Brian Brown

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stillwell ga general store post office photograph copyright brian brown vanishing south georgia usa 2009

stillwell ga general store post office photograph copyright brian brown vanishing south georgia usa 2009

Hickox, Sud Géorgie

Hickox, Sud Géorgie

jerusalem lutheran church georgia/images | ... church in Georgia. It is also the oldest Lutheran church in use in the

Posts about New Ebenezer GA on Vanishing South Georgia Photographs by Brian Brown

jerusalem lutheran church georgia/images | Jerusalem (Ebenezer) Church - GHM 051-2 - Effingham Co., GA - Georgia ...

Jerusalem (Ebenezer) Church state historical marker located on Ga 21 between Rincon and Springfield at Ga

Springfield GA Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church Effingham County Photo Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia

Springfield GA Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church Effingham County Photo Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia

jerusalem lutheran church georgia/images | The Effingham County Courthouse in Springfield was built in 1908 and ...

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Hinely, And Freyermuth Group Family Picture 1900

Hinely, And Freyermuth Group Family Picture 1900

Hinely, Arline Freyermuth Hinely And James Gazzie Hinely

Hinely, Arline Freyermuth Hinely And James Gazzie Hinely

Meldrim GA Old Grocery Store Granitoid Front Effingham County Picture Photo Image Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2011

Meldrim GA Old Grocery Store Granitoid Front Effingham County Picture Photo Image Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2011

Madge and Evelyn Seckinger (Baxter) on steps of Old Ebenezer School that was built circa 1910.http://beta.effinghamherald.net/section/9/article/17126/

The first parochial school in Effingham County was established by the Salzburgers at Ebenezer in The teachers were sent from the mother church in Germany.

Students at the Ebenezer School in 1925. From left to right, front row, are: Carl Grovenstein, Ralph Zeigler, Cecil Owens and Walter Fail; second row: William Waldhour, David Wertz Seckinger, David Seckinger, Essie Grovenstein, Margaret Waldhour and Lois Hinely; third row: Willard Waldhour, Katie Mae Green, Freida Waldhour, Anna Zeigler and Ruth Fail, fourth row: Carmon Lynch, Miss Susie Kieffer (Teacher), Francis Green, Walter Green, Claude Owens and Mary Frances Seckinger.

The first parochial school in Effingham County was established by the Salzburgers at Ebenezer in The teachers were sent from the mother church in Germany.

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