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Samuel Elbert - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Samuel Elbert (1740 – November 1, 1788) was an American merchant, soldier, and politician from Savannah, Georgia. Elbert fought in the Revolutionary War, commanding ...

Samuel Elbert (1740-1788) | New Georgia Encyclopedia

Before his governorship of Georgia in 1785, Savannahian Samuel Elbert served as commander of both Georgia's militia and Continental Line during the Revolutionary War ...

Samuel Hitt Elbert - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Samuel Hitt Elbert (April 3, 1833 – November 27, ... Samuel Elbert was appointed to the Supreme Court of the State of Colorado in 1877 where he served until 1889.

Samuel Elbert (1740 - 1788) - Find A Grave Memorial

Birth: 1740: Death: Nov. 1, 1788: US Revolutionary War Brigadier General, Georgia Governor. In 1775, he was a member of the Georgia council on safety and a Lieutenant ...

Samuel Elbert | Today In Georgia History

Samuel Elbert had every reason to support the British during the American Revolution. A successful and conservative Savannah businessman, he might favor security over ...

Samuel Elbert (1740 - 1788) - Genealogy - geni family tree

Genealogy for Samuel Elbert (1740 - 1788) family tree on Geni, with over 150 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

Samuel Elbert - NGA

SAMUEL ELBERT, Revolutionary War soldier and governor of Georgia, was born in Prince William Parish, South Carolina or Savannah, Georgia, in 1740.

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Samuel Hoyt Elbert - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Samuel Hoyt Elbert (8 August 1907 – 14 May 1997) was a linguist who made major contributions to Hawaiian and Polynesian lexicography and ethnography.