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1 1910
Event Place: Alaqua, Walton, Florida, United
Household Gender Age Birthplace
Head John T Culbreath M 52 North Carolina
Wife Mary E Culbreath F 48 Georgia

John Thomas Culbreath
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Birth: 1857
Death: Sep. 16, 1932
Wakulla County
Florida, USA

Husband of Mary E. Culbreath. Son of Annie Peabody and Thomas Culbreath.

Oakland Cemetery
Leon County
Florida, USA 
CULBREATH, John T. (I28511)

Mrs. Thelma Pevey Blackburn, 84, died Jan. 5 at Candler Hospital.

She was born in Guyton and reared at the Georgia Baptist Children's Home in Hapeville from 1919-1926. She moved to Bulloch County, where she graduated in 1933 from Stilson High School. She attended Draughon's Business College in Savannah. She was the widow of Andrew J. Blackburn Jr., and was a Baptist.

SURVIVORS: a son, Andrew J. Blackburn III of Savannah; a sister, Lurene P. Corlette of Columbia; and a number of nieces and nephews.

VISITATION: 6-8 p.m. today at Hubert C. Baker Funeral Home, Hodgson Memorial Chapel.

GRAVESIDE SERVICE: 11 a.m. Friday in Hillcrest Abbey Memorial Park.

REMEMBRANCES: Hospice Savannah, 1352 Eisenhower Drive, Savannah, GA 31406. 
PEVEY, Thelma Louise (I28509)
He apparently was descended from the family of the Counts Von Helfenstein who held sway over a portion of Swabia between the ninth and seventeenth centuries, finally losing their titles and properties in 1627.
He died leaving his family impoverished. Following the death of his son, Johann Frederick, in 1793 the widow and children took the latin (signature of forebears) Helvenston for the German Helfenstein. 
Helfenstein, Johann Jacob (I12519)
He is the first Rheinlander mentioned, with his wife and several children, were in Charleston, SC, in March, 1734, when the first transport of Salzburgers arrived. Rheinlander petitioned to be allowed to join the Salzburgers at Ebenezer.nmnezer by July 31. Four of the children died before the Rheinlanders left Charleston. The number of children was never mentioned, or was the first name of any of the Rheinlanders. At least on son went with his parents to Ebenezer, as Pastor Bolzius mentioned him as leaving Ebenezer on Nov. 15, 1736, to go learn the shoe maker's trade with the Herrnhuters. 
Rheinlander (I18563)
He was put in the care of Thomas Schweighoffer to work out the cost of his passage. There does not seem to be any connection between John George Zeigler and Lucas Zeigler, who had settled at Ebenezer previous to that date. 
Zeigler, John George (I3085)
The Griners seem to have emigrated to SC before settling at Ebenezer, GA, about 1752. John Casper Griner applied for land in GA. He was probably the father of John Casper, Jr., John Martin, Andrew, and Jacob, who also applied for land. 
Greiner, Andreas (I27889)
Audrey Eudell Pevey 1930 m Charles Ernest Zipperer 1927
10 Lamar Ernest Zipperer 1950 m Lorraine Beard 1953 -
11 Judy Faye Zipperer 1972 -
11 Truitt Lamar Zipperer 1977 -
11 Jinci Lorrraine Zipperer 1979 -
10 Mary Jane Zipperer 1952 m Paul McLeod Brinson 1949 -
11 Clayton McLeod Brinson 1981 -
Ruben Ludene Pevey 1934 m Virginia Joyner 1941 -
10 Darren Ludene Pevey 1966 m Gina Marie Graham 1969 -
11 Baby to be born 1991 -
10 Scott Ashley Pevey 1970 -
Edward Eugene Pevey 1939 m Virginia Carolyn Regan 1943 -
10 Mark Eugene Pevey 1963 -
10 Paul Edward Pevey 1966 -
10 Bruce Alan Pevey 1971 - 
PEVEY, Nute LaFate (I28454)
8 He sold himself and his family to an Englishman in South Carolina who realized that the old man, with his many small children, was of no use to him and set them free, but kept the oldest daughter who had to earn her passage money.
He was admitted to the group of Lutherans who came over in the third transport and settled at Ebenezer. The only shoemaker in Ebenezer had died and he, being a shoemaker made a valuable addition to the colony.
While returning from a visit to his daughter in South Carolina he fell overboard and was drowned in the Savannah River on July 4, 1736, aged 60 years. His widow and children were admitted to the Orphans Home in Ebenezer. (from "Georgiad F 
Arnsdorff, Andreas Lorenz (I70)
9 According to the Oct. 6, 1998 edition of the Savannah Now newspaper posted at Harriett Louise Arnsdorff (who was b.) died Oct. 3, 1998 in Caribou, Aroostook County, Maine. From: Quincy Henderson Masters, III Arnsdorff, Harriett Louise (I21780)
10 Effingham Co. WB A (1826-1856)n SOLOMON HINELY, Oct. 28, 1846, page 93 Wife, Hannah Elizabeth. Daus: Salome, Catarina, Ann. Should wife marry or depart this life or after youngest child arrives at age of 21, all estate remaining give to fng Ch: Solomon, Israel, John, Elizabeth Amanda, and Frances to be equally divided among them. Appoint son, Solomon Hinely, Jr. Exr. Wits: Peter Fryermuth, John Arnsdorff, David Hinely.

Effingham Co GA Will Book A p 93: Last Will and Testament of Solomon HINELY Sr 28 Oct 1846. Wish that wife Hannah Elizabeth, and children should keep together possessions. Give daughter Salome, wife of Minton JONES, three heifers, one to daughghter Catherina, wife of Josiah? CROSBY, and one to daughter Ann, wife of Simion? ZITRAUER. Should wife marry or depart this life or after youngest child arrives at the age of 21, all estate to following children: Solomon Jr (executor), Israel, John, Elizabeth Amanda, and Frances. Witnesses: Peter FREYERMUTH, [brother-in-law] John ARNSDORFF, and [nephew and brother-in-law] David HINELY

The Lutheran Observer 1 Jan 1847: Departed this life in Effingham Co., Ga., on Tuesday the 8th of Dec 1846, Brother Solomon HINELY Sr. In early life he connected himself with the Luth. church at Ebenezer, Ga. [Rev] P. A. S[TROBEL] Mt. Pleasant, Ga., 12th Dec. 1846.

Effingham Co GA Ordinary Minutes Book 3 p 243:
Last will and Testament of Solomon HINELY produced and proven 11 Jan 1847 
HINELY, Solomon Sr (I28332)
11 "Kate Cathie" (Proman) /Salfner-Heidt/ noted in Texas Salzburger data

Buried at Hillcrest Abbey East Cemetery, Savannah, Chatham County, GA. Lot #91, Section J.
This is the second of three wives of William Angelo Heidt, II, because they didn't have their only known son together until 1892, when William, II was 45 and Jane Catherine was 41. Jane Catherine appears in the 1900 census with her only known chchild with him, William Angelo Heidt, III, who was born May 25, 1892. Jane Catherine was 41 when he was born, and she lists that she had five children total, so apparently she was married at least one time before William Angelo Heidt, II, and had four children with her previous husband/s, but there is no information about who her previous husband/s were or the names of the other four children.
Jane Catherine and William, II divorced sometime after William, III was born, because while she is present with son William, III in the 1900 census in Savannah, GA, William II is present in the 1900 census with his third wife Mary Isabelle (Roberson) Heidt, and their one son and three daughters they had together, in Fort Myers, FL. 
[unknown], Jane Catherine (I27683)
12 Nolan Earl Lain Jr.
...........a. Ann Marie Lain
..............i. Harold Dean Holifield III
.............ii. Charles Nolan Holifield 
PEVEY, Ethel Melicia (I28487)
13 Sallie GEIGER
Freddie GEIGER
Elliott GEIGER
Leonard GEIGER b: 1828 in FL

W. L. had 7 ch. by Catherine TILLMAN and 6 by Julia PEAVY
John (30 Sep 1859-4 May 1914),
Elliott Geiger, birthdate unknown, whose parents were > Washington Leonard Geiger and Julia Peavey Geiger

GEIGER, Washington L. - b. Effingham County, Ga., Nov 17, 1835, became a farmer; teacher, establishing Excelsior Academy, Bulloch County; a missionary and a minister. He m/1 Catharine C. Tillman, Nov 17, 1858, daughter of Hon. James Tillman, seven children. He m/2 Julia Peevey, January 1880. 
GEIGER, Rev Washington Leonard Sr (I28544)
14 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. TEBEAU, Willie Martin (I28501)
15 [djlu.FTW]

He and his brother, Christopher built Fort Walthour in Brush Creek, PA.

will dated Nov 20 1794 westmoreland co PA. Will book 1, will #151 .

Witnesses James Irwine and Aron Teegarden

In the name of God, Amen, the 20th day of November 1794. I , George Waldhour of Westmoreland County and state of Penna. being weak of body but of sound mind, and memory, and calling to mind the uncertainty of all human affairs, do make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner following that is to say: Principally and first of all I do recommend my soul into the hands of Almighty God, who gavest me my body to the earth to be buried in a decent Christian burial at the discretion of my executors and children and understanding my wordly estate wherewith it has pleased God to bless me in this life I give and dispose of in the manner and form following. I give and bequest to my son Jacob, and each and every one of my daughters an equal share of all my real and personal estate or property excepting my daughters Lizzie and Judith shall each have 20 pounds more and Catherine and Barbarah shall each have 10 pounds more in addition to their equal shares with the oothers. I
Recorded 11-26-1794

Situation of lands: In the District of Little Ogechee adjoining
lands of George Walthour and lands granted Henry
William Parker which said tract was granted in 1751.
Original grantee: Thomas Ellis
Claimant's Name: Thomas Ellis
Acres: 50 
Waldhauer, George Jacob (I6125)
16 "A project of Taylors Creek Cemetery Association." Source (S252)
17 "Charles Town Galley" Capt. Peter Bogg, 5th Palatine group, 12th Transport Buntz, John George (I1585)
18 "Ebenezer Record Book" Family F10334
19 "Ebenezer Record Book" Family F6223
20 "Ebenezer Record Book" Family F6166
21 "Ebenezer Record Book" Family F4546
22 "Ebenezer Record Book" Family F5720
23 "Ebenezer Record Book" Family F5868
24 "Ebenezer Record Book" Family F5910
25 "Ebenezer Record Book" Family F6078
26 "Ebenezer Record Book" Family F4143
27 "Ebenezer Record Book" Family F4142
28 "Ebenezer Record Book" Family F2149
29 "Ebenezer Record Book" Family F1899
30 "Ebenezer Record Book" Family F1836
31 "Ebenezer Record Book" Family F1761
32 "Ebenezer Record Book" Family F964
33 "Ebenezer Record Book" Family F873
34 "Ebenezer Record Book" Family F852
35 "Ebenezer Record Book" Family F813
36 "Ebenezer Record Book" Family F809
37 "Ebenezer Record Book" Family F716
38 "Ebenezer Record Book" Family F611
39 "Ebenezer Record Book" Family F612
40 "Matthias Seckinger, with his family, his sister Lucia [Lucia is stated as his daughter, not sister], and his brother, Andrew emigrated to the colony of Georgia with the 5th Palatine group on the 12th transport, the ship, Charles Town Galley, Capt. Peter Bogg, arriving in Savannah on Oct 2, 1949.

The name Seckinger is derived from the town of Sackingen on the Rhine River in Baden." Georgia Salzburgers and Allied families, update 2003, page 2580 
Seckinger, Matthias (I2047)
41 (5) William Theodore Heidt, II, B-1893 : Attended Alabama Polytechnic Institute, now called Auburn University.
Buried at Elmwood Cemetery, Birmingham, Jefferson County, AL. Block 17, Lot 72. 
Heidt, William Theodore (I26738)
42 0n 14 Nov 1815, Israel Heidt and Catherine Nettles were married by John E. Bergman,the pastor at Ebenezer. (Misc. Bk.1, p. 298-299). Family F9901
43 17th child of Samuel and Vivian - source Cecil Mainor Mainor, Jesse (I28866)
44 1900 Alabama Census shows Marian living with Ida's mother Mary Ellen (Brown) Saffold and brother William Berney Saffold, in a large boarding house in Tuskaloosa, AB.
Death Certificate #34276 
Heidt, Marion Bolling (I27318)
45 1900 Census states Matthew was born in June 1860, and because the 1860 census was conducted for the family on June 20, 1860, and there is not an infant or Matthew present, Matthew B. Heidt must have been born between June 20, 1860 and June 30, 1860.
Some family records as well as the book "30,638 Burials in Georgia" by Jeannette Holland Austin, p.298, document that Matthew B.Heidt is buried at Zion Lutheran Church Cemetery, Guyton, Effingham County, GA, however there are no church records that reflect this, and no marker can be found for Matthew B. Heidt, or his parents James and Ann, whom are also believed to be buried at Zion Lutheran Church Cemetery. Though they may also be buried at Laurel Grove Cemetery North, Savannah, Chatham County, GA, where four of Matthew's siblings, George, Mary, Henry and Roxie are buried with their spouses. Possibly in one of two lost sections.
Referenced in "30,638 Burials in GA" by Jeannette Holland Austin, A936 GA, p.298. 
Heidt, Matthew B. (I26692)
46 1910 George W Jenkins Head Male 54 Georgia
Sarah E Jenkins Wife Female 52 Georgia
Mattie Jenkins Daughter Female 17 Georgia
Ruth Jenkins Daughter Female 14 Georgia
Ada Jenkins Daughter Female 12 Georgia
George W Andrews Boarder Male 22 Georgia 
Jenkins, George W. (I28659)
47 1920 Georgia Soundex - Index - Tullis - Effingham County, Georgia -

Vol.45, E.D. 107, Sheet 93

Tullis, Robert W. 75 yrs. born in GA

Hall, Pal (t) H 62 yrs. born in GA, Partner

Pevy, Addie 34 - born in GA - Nurse (Perry?)

" , Francis S 1 7/12 born in GA

" , Harrie D 8/12 born in GA 
ANDREWS, Addie Lee (I28450)
48 1920: Metter, Candler Co GA PEVEY, John Henry I (I28350)
49 22 Feb 1866 Effingham Co GA Marriage Book 5 p a1
Frances [HINELY] PEVY m[2] James O. ABBOTT 
HINELY, Frances (I28344)
50 25 January 1805; R. 23 January 1806. Bill of Sale in Chatham County. Moses Cleland of Chatham County sold to Thomas Hylton, a Negro man named Laurence for $375. Wit.: John Ralston. Cleland, Moses (I8192)

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