John Adam Treutlen

Georgia"s first constitutional governor : his life, real and rumored
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Treutlen, John Adam, 1733-1782., Governors -- Georgia -- Biography., Georgia -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-

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StatementEdna Q. Morgan.
GenreBiography.
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LC ClassificationsF289.T74 M67 1998
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 72, iv p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL396067M
ISBN 100966955900
LC Control Number98075823
OCLC/WorldCa41328432

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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Price: $   John Adam Treutlen was born in in southern Germany. Although his family were Protestants, Treutlen's. John Adam Treutlen. mother was a Catholic. Thus the Treutlens were very likely persecuted by the Protestant establishment in Germany, causing the elder Treutlen to take his wife and children on the arduous and dangerous voyage to seek a.

Highway is known in Effingham County as John Adam Treutlen Highway. Much of his private life is less known than of his political life.

The story of his John Adam Treutlen book was published in by Historic Effingham Society in a book, “John Adam Treutlen, Georgia’s First Constitutional Governor, his Life Real and Rumored,” by Edna Q.

: Susan Exley. John Adam Treutlen rose from the lowliest of beginnings to become Georgia's first Head of State. German Immigrant. John Adam Treutlen came to America from Germany with his family as a ten-year-old boy.

Like his parents, he was an indentured servant. They were to work for a few years to repay the expenses of their voyage. John Adam Treutlen (Janu – March 1, ) arrived in colonial America as an indentured servant and rose to become a wealthy merchant and landowner. He was a leader in Georgia of the American John Adam Treutlen book and helped write Georgia's first constitution.

John Adam Treutlen. Johann Adam Treutlen arrived in Georgia in at the age of twelve with his mother and brother.

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The Treutlens came in a traveling group known as the Fourth Palatine Transport which crossed the Atlantic on the Judith. Clara Treutlen came to Georgia as an indentured servant.

John Treutlen arrived in America as an indentured servant and rose to become a wealthy merchant and landowner. He was a leader in Georgia of the American Revolution () and helped write Georgia's first constitution.

In he became Georgia's first elected governor. Treutlen County, in central Georgia, is named. John Adams has books on Goodreads with ratings.

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I had never read much of anything about John Adams and his role in America's founding and early history and after reading this book I have a new appreciation for what a major contributor John Reviews: K. John Adam Treutlen rose from the lowliest of beginnings to become Georgia's John Adam Treutlen book Head of State.

Here is an article I wrote about Treutlen: Year Erected: Marker Text: On these lands stood the home of John Adam Treutlen, the first Governor of Georgia after the State obtained Independence, being elected in under the first Constitution of Georgia.A Salzburger, born aboutJohn Adam Treutlen came to Georgia at an early age with his widowed mother and brother.

John Adam Treutlen. John Treutlen was a leader in Georgia during the American Revolution and helped to write Georgia's first constitution. In he became Georgia's first elected governor.

Courtesy of Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries. This is Ancestry im on the same page are two Millers [John andEphraim?] and one Wannamaker, probably John, with a son the right ageto be the one who married Rachel Treutlen male 26 thru 44 John Adam b. so 40 years old female 26 thru 44 ann Margaret Miller b.

so 34 male 10 thru 15 Christian E was born in male 10 thru   A portrait of John Adam Treutlen by George Mandus hangs behind the judge’s bench. Treutlen, the son of an indentured servant who went on to become the wealthiest plantation owner in present-day Effingham County, was early associated with the Ebenezer community as a student of John.

On these lands stood the home of John Adam Treutlen, the first Governor of Georgia after the State obtained Independence, being elected in under the first Constitution of Georgia. A Salzburger, born aboutJohn Adam Treutlen came to Georgia at an early age with his widowed mother and brother.

Get this from a library. Georgia. By His Honour John-Adam Treutlen, Esquire, captain-general, governour and commander in chief, in and over the said state ; a proclamation: Whereas it hath been represented to me, that William-Henry Drayton, of the state of South-Carolina, Esq ; and divers other persons, whose names are yet unknown, are unlawfully endeavouring to poison the minds of the good.

John Adam Treutlen He was a member of the First Provincial Congress Of Georgia, meeting in Savannah July 4,and was appointed to the Committee of Safety, where he served with distinction.

In Mayhe was elected Governor of Georgia, the first under the State Constitution.

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His service was brave and brilliant. Treutlen Co Marker, Soperton GA The text on the marker reads as: " Treutlen County was created by Act of Aug. 21, from Emanuel and Montgomery Counties. It was named for Gov. John Adam Treutlen ( ), "one of the foremost revolutionists." Elected Governor over Button Gwinnett inhe was declared a "rebel governor" by the royal government and is believed to have been.

JOHN A. TREUTLEN was born in Kurnbach, Wurttenburg, Germany, on Janu He and his family were indentured for their debt of passage to America from Salzburg, where German, Swiss, and Austrian Protestants ahd fled to avoid persecution.

In he arrived in Ebenezer, where General James Oglethorpe offered refuge to the persecuted. John Adam Treutlen () was the first governor of the state of Georgia. He lived in St. Mathews Parish (Effingham County); he represented the parish at the Provincial Congress in Treutlen served as governor, ; he later moved near Orangeburg, South Carolina, and was elected to the state assembly for his district.

The Act runs for several more paragraphs in the same vein, including the warning that should any of those listed return to Georgia they will be punished by death. John has earned his way onto a list of traitors, his second, that includes men of all walks of life. Many are planters. Treutlen County is a county located in the U.S.

state of Georgia As of the census, the population was 6, The county seat is Soperton.

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It is; John Adam Treutlen born Hans Adam Treuettlen Janu March 1, arrived in Colonial America as an indentured servant and rose to become. John Adam Treutlen (Janu – March 1, ) arrived in colonial America as an indentured servant and rose to become a wealthy merchant and landowner.

He was a leader in Georgia of the American Revolution and helped write Georgia’s first. John Adam Treutlen becomes the first elected governor of Georgia John Treutlen: Governors of Georgia, J Governor John Adam Treutlen places a $ reward on William Henry Drayton.

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John Adam Treutlen of Georgia. Sperry, Baxter. Published by. Media in category "John Adam Treutlen" The following 3 files are in this category, out of 3 total. 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 under the first Constitution of Georgia.

A Salzburger, born aboutJohn Adam Treutlen came to Georgia at an early age with his widowed mother and brother. Get this from a library. Georgia. By His Honour John-Adam Treutlen, Esquire, captain-general, governour and commander in chief, in and over the said state: A proclamation: whereas it hath been represented unto me, that William-Henry Drayton, of the state of South-Carolina, Esq ; and divers other persons, whose names are yet unknown, are unlawfully endeavouring to poison the minds of the good.

SPERRY, John Adam Treutlen - The youngest of five children born to Dr. John Augustus Sperry and Lillian Mason Sperry, he died at home, unexpectantly, on J at .Treutlen County, the nd county formed in Georgia, was created in from parts of Emanuel and Montgomery counties, territory that had been settled as early as The county was named for John Adam Treutlen who, after serving in the Provincial Congress ofbecame the state’s first governor, although the Crown regarded him only as.Treutlen County got its territory from Emanuel and Montgomery counties in historians speculate the region saw its earliest settlers arrive in The county bears the name of John Adam Treutlen who participated in the Provincial Congress of and served as the state's first official governor.