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Migrating Salzburgers to Georgia

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Location: Ebenezer, Georgiamap
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Migrating Salzburgers to Georgia


The individuals listed below are Salzburgers that can not be found on Passenger Lists but emigrated to America, possibly on the 3rd Swabian Transport Ship of the "Salzburgers".

These settlers left Europe bound for Savannah and then the Ebenezer Settlement in the Province of Georgia. It was a two month trip across the Atlantic Ocean to escape religious persecution in their native country of Salzburg, presently known as Austria.

Other Settlers at Ebenezer

  1. Berry, James O. from North Carolina
  2. Berry,  ? wife
  3. Berry, John Berry child b. 1757 d. 1817
  4. Biddenbach, Christian b. 1710 d. 1770 To Georgia about 1750
  5. Biddenbach, Sophie wife
  6. Burgholder, Matthew 1735 at Hampstead
  7. Conway, Charles before 1818 at Effingham Co.(from Ireland)
  8. Courvoisie, John Francis William French ancestry
  9. Fryermouth, John Peter m. Anna Catherine Goll, 1769 to Ebenezer from Saxe-Gotha, S.C.
  10. Grabenstein, John Justus d. after 1789 about 1760 from Charleston, S. C. Probably on the 3rd Swabian Transport.
  11. Gugle/Gugel, John Christopher d. ca 1788. About 1750. 3rd Swabian Transport.
  12. Gugle/Gugel, Anna Maria wife
  13. Keiffer, Theobald 1737 from Purysburg, S. C.
  14. Keiffer, Maria Catherine wife
  15. Kessler, Adam
  16. Kessler, Hannah Kieffer wife
  17. Kessler, Valentine child
  18. Kramer, Christian b. ca 1679 October 1738
  19. Kessler, Clara wife b. ca 1695
  20. Kessler, Anna Maria child b. 1724
  21. Kessler, Christopher child b. 1726 d. 1777
  22. LeBey, Andreu J. arrived with Count d'Estang 1779 to Savannah, then Ebenezer
  23. Count Charles Henri d’Estaing Georgia Historical Society
  24. Mallette, Gideon, II b. 1759 d. 1822.
  25. Metzger, Jacob 1743 from Purysburg, S. C.
  26. Metzger, Margaret child d. ca 1741
  27. Metzger, Jacob, Jr. child b. ca 1718 d. 1781
  28. Metzger, Phillip child
  29. Morgan, Lewis b. 1742 d. 1808 Before 1783, from S. C.
  30. Nease, John Martin About 1750.
  31. Neidlinger, John About 1750.
  32. Neidlinger  ? wife
  33. Neidlinger, John Ulrich son
  34. Ochsle, Melchior from Langenau, b. 1727. 1752
  35. Ochsle, Maria Niess wife b. 1725
  36. Taesher, Christian from Switzerland. 1741 (paid own passage)
  37. Zettler, Matthias d. 1769 1738-39 in Ebenezer

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