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Reverend John Joachim Zubly (August 27, 1724 – July 23, 1781), born Hans Joachim Züblin, was a Swiss-born American pastor, planter, and statesman 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. Zubly was born in St. Gall, Switzerland on August 27, 1724. He was ordained to the German Church ministry in London on 19 August 1744.
Author: Roger A Martin. Alexander H. Stephens of Georgia: A Biography. UNFOLDING THE MIND (Harvard Dissertations in American and English Literatur. Zondervan 2013 Minister's Tax and Financial Guide: For 2012 Tax Returns (Zo. Negotiating for Georgia: British-Creek Relations in the Trustee Era, 1733-1.
John Wise, colonial American Congregational minister, theologian, and pamphleteer in support of liberal church and civil government. After graduating from Harvard College in 1673, Wise preached at Branford, Conn. In 1680 he accepted a call to the newly organized church at.
John Joachim Zubly; Richard Clarke. John Joachim Zubly; Richard Clarke. It is rumored he is buried in Savannah's colonial cemetery, but his grave has never been found. Minister of the Gospel in South-Carolina.
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John Zubly took his seat as a delegate in Philadelphia on September 15. .
John Zubly took his seat as a delegate in Philadelphia on September 15, 1775. Early in his time at the Congress he expressed his position by saying, "I came here with two views; one, to secure the rights of America; second, a reconciliation with Great Britain. His distance from the sentiments of the Congress as a whole widened during debates over non-importation or trade embargoes. Though it is rumored that he is buried at Savannah's Colonial Cemetery, his grave has never been found. A Warm and Zealous Spirit: John J. Zubly and the American Revolution, A Selection of His Writings; 1982, Mercer University Press, ISBN 0-86554-028-4.
Roger Williams was a political and religious leader best remembered for his strong stance on the separation of church and state and founding the colony of Rhode Island. Roger Williams was born in London, circa 1603, during a period of intense religious intolerance. After finishing school in England, he traveled to the Massachusetts Bay Colony, initially to be a missionary. His radical views on religious freedom and disapproval of the practice of confiscating land from the Native Americans earned him the wrath of church leaders and he was banished from the colony.
Roger John Martin, American Minister. Board of directors Washington County Cancer Society, Cambridge, New York, 1983-1989, Washington County Child Care Council, Fort Edward, New York, since 1988; board directors, president Men's Opportunity Project, since 1989; adjunct chaplain, Glens Falls (New York) Hospital, since 1987. Member Albany Prebytery (chairman Personal & S committee 1987-1989).
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