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ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM, Frederick Virkus

REDDING, Isabella Cornelia Remshart (Mrs. Joseph H.), b Savannah, Ga.

4-John Remshart, who fled Austria to Ga, 1736 to escape religious persecution built church at Ebenezer, near Savannah which still stands (his dau. Margaret, m William Ewen, colonial gov. of Ga )

3-Daniel (1767-1820;, m Elizabeth, dau. Jacob Casper Waldhauer, del. Provincial Congress of

Page 2806

Found on: Family Tree Maker Online


Wuerttemberg Emigration Index, all 7 vols

THE WUERTTEMBERG EMIGRATION INDEX: Volume Six

ABBREVIATIONS OF OBERAEMTER - DISTRICT TOWNS

page 330

Name: Remshart, Johann Christ.

Birth Date: 10 Jun 1836

Birth Place: Untersteinbach

District: Oehringen

Application Date: Feb 1854

Destination: North America

Number: 841017

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Georgia 1827 Land Lottery

REPRINT of OFFICIAL REGISTER of LAND LOTTERY OF GEORGIA 1827 -- 12TH DAY'S DRAWING-March 20. CHATHAM. page 33

Fortunate Drawers: Elizabeth Remshart, wid.

Captains District: Geredons

Number: 174

District: 10

County: Troup County

This would be Elizabeth Waldhauer Remshart, widow of Daniel Remshart.


Remshart Architect? http://www.arslibri.com/new.htm

Remshart Burial: http://www.msstate.edu/Archives/History/salzb/backley/d10700.htm#P17515

Remshart Town? http://www.krumbach.de/mittelschwabenbahn/rad.htm

Remshart, Karl --1678-1735 -- engraver -- Augsburg: http://www.stub.unibe.ch/stub/ryhiner/mapmak/r1.html

Remshart Astronomy? http://home.g-net.net/~philip

G. Horace Remshart: http://members.aol.com/galinahist/capers.htm


Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books (133 Vols.)

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 21 page 83

Mrs. Isabella Remshart Redding.

DAR ID Number: 20230

Born in Savannah, Georgia.

Wife of Dr. Joseph Henry Redding.

Descendant of Jonathan Bryan, Lieut. James Bryan and Capt. Jacob Casper Waldhauer, all of Georgia. Daughter of John Waldhauer Remshart and Jane Bryan, his wife. Granddaughter of Daniel Remshart and Elizabeth Waldhauer (1773-1842),

His wife, m. 1797; James Bryan and Elizabeth Langley, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Casper Waldhauer and Margaret V, his wife; Jonathan Bryan and Mary Williamson, his wife. [p.83] Jonathan Bryan, (1708-88), resigned from the Royal Executive

Council to act with the Whigs in the contest for liberty. He was a member of the Provincial Congress and of the Council of Safety of Georgia. He was captured by the British, 1779, and held over two years as a prisoner on Long Island. His letters to his wife describe the hardships on the prison ship "Jersey", his faith in God and hope of reunion, but she died, 1781, before he was exchanged. He was born in South Carolina; died in Brompton, Georgia.

Also Nos. 13944, 18211.

James Bryan, (1752-1832), served as lieutenant in the Continental Line. He was captured with his father, and when exchanged re-entered the army and served under Gen. Anthony Wayne. He died in Savannah. His elder brothers, Hugh and William, served in the Provincial Congress. Jacob Casper Waldhauer was a member of the Provincial Congress of Georgia, 1775. He served as captain in the Georgia militia. He died, 1804, in Savannah.


Marriages--Georgia to 1850 -- Georgia Effingham County

-Nowlan, Amanda G. m. Remshart, Daniel on 05 Oct 1836

-Meuller, Anna Margaret m. Remshart, John 14 Feb1764

-Myers, John m. Remshart, Christine 23 Dec1766

-Heidt, George m. Remshart, Sally 02 Jul1795

-Remshart, Eliza m. Zitterauer, John Robert 07Mar1828


Southern Christian Advocate Obituaries, 1867-1878

DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE1867-1878 Issue of September 18, 1868

John Robert Zitrouer fell asleep in Jesus at his residence near Paine's Prairie, Alachua co., Fla., Aug. 7th 1868. He was born in Effingham co., Ga., April 11, 1802. March 13th 1828 he was happily married to Miss Eliza Remshart of Savannah, by whom he had thirteen children. In 1834 he removed to Florida, where he has since lived respected by the community.