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Early Baptists At Tuckasee King Marker image, Touch for more information
By Mike Stroud, April 2008
Early Baptists At Tuckasee King Marker
Georgia (Effingham County), Clyo — 051-10 — Early Baptists At Tuckasee King
Soon after 1767, the Rev. Benjamin Stirk, who had been baptized at the Orphan House, visited Tuckasee King and, finding a number of Baptists there, began to preach to them. As there was then no Baptist Church in Georgia, an arm of the church at . . . — Map (db m7537) HM
Georgia (Effingham County), Clyo — 051-19 — John Adam Treutlen
On these lands stood the home of John Adam Treutlen, the first Governor of Georgia after the State obtained Independence, being elected in 1777 under the first Constitution of Georgia. A Salzburger, born about 1733, John Adam Treutlen came to . . . — Map (db m7255) HM
Georgia (Effingham County), Clyo — 051-18 — Old Mount Pleasant»——→
Two miles east of here, on a bluff fronting Savannah River, is the site of Mt. Pleasant, a former Uchee Indian town and English trading post. Even before the foundation of Georgia, the spot was a key point on an arterial Indian path which had long . . . — Map (db m7775) HM
Georgia (Effingham County), Clyo — 051-13 — Two Historic Savannah River Ferries
On the Savannah River, near here, two historic Ferries operated in Colonial Days, linking South Carolina and the Northern overland trade paths with Georgia and the routes leading South to the Savannah and East Florida markets. In 1739, General . . . — Map (db m7194) HM

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