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us: Zubly, John Joachim, 1724-1781


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    • us: Freeholder of South-Carolina, 1724-1781
    • us: Freeman, 1724-1781
    • us: Swiss, 1724-1781
    • us: Zublin, Johann Joachim, 1724-1781
    • us: Zubly, Dr. (John Joachim), 1724-1781
    • us: Zubly, J. J. (John Joachim), 1724-1781
    • us: Züblin, Hans Joachim, 1724-1781
  • Variants

    • us: Freeholder of South-Carolina, 1724-1781
    • us: Freeman, 1724-1781
    • us: Swiss, 1724-1781
    • us: Zublin, Johann Joachim, 1724-1781
    • us: Zubly, Dr. (John Joachim), 1724-1781
    • us: Zubly, J. J. (John Joachim), 1724-1781
    • us: Züblin, Hans Joachim, 1724-1781
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        17240827
    • Death Date

        17810723
    • Birth Place

        Saint Gall (Switzerland)
    • Death Place

        Savannah (Ga.)
    • Associated Locale

        S.C.
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: (naf) German Reformed Church (U.S.)
    • Organization

        (naf) German Reformed Church (U.S.)
    • Gender

        male
    • Associated Language

        eng
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  • Sources

    • found: His The Stamp-act repealed, 1766.
    • found: Martin, R. A. John J. Zubly, colonial minister, 1982, c1976: t.p. (John J. Zubly) pref. (John Joachim Zubly)
    • found: His Great Britain's right to tax her colonies, 1774?: t.p. (a Swiss)
    • found: MdU/G-K files (hdg.: Zubly, John Joachim, 1724-1781; usage: a freeman, Johann Joachim Zublin, J.J. Zubly, freeholder of South-Carolina, Dr. Zubly)
    • found: English Wikipedia, viewed June 18, 2014 (John Joachim Zubly, August 27, 1724 - July 23, 1781, born Hans Joachim Züblin, was born in Saint Gall, Switzerland; he was ordained to the German [Reformed] Church in 1744; was an American pastor, planter, and statesman in Georgia and South Carolina during the American Revolution; although a delegate for Georgia to the Continental Congress in 1775, he resisted independence from Great Britain and became a Loyalist; died in Savannah, Georgia on July 23, 1781)
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    • 2014-06-19: revised
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