Edward Telfair, arrived and prospered during the Crown colony period, leading up to the Revolutionary War. He established a successful export business in Savannah with a business partner, Joseph Clay, a relative who had come to Savannah from England to establish his fortune.
In 1812, the predecessor of the Trinity Methodist Church, known at the time as the Wesley church, was established by John Wesley.
He and his brother lived in Savannah in the early 1800s.
After the early death of Zwingli in 1531, his work was continued by Heinrich Bullinger, the author of the Second Helvetic Confession.
The French-speaking cities Neuchatel, Geneva and Lausanne changed to the Reformation ten years later under William Farel and John Calvin coming from France.
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These buildings also represent and continue the propensity the builders had of holding a design competition, which resulted in hiring an architect from outside to design the buildings and oversee the work.
In this case, Hugh Jacobsen won the competition, designed the buildings and stayed on to build similar buildings throughout the city.
Currently there are at least nine existing denominations, including (between brackets the Dutch abbreviation): Since the Reformation the Netherlands, as one of the few countries in the world, could be characterised as a mainly Calvinist state.
Until the first half of the 20th century, a majority of the Dutch (about 55%) were Reformed and a large minority (35-40%) were Catholic.
His wealth eventually made it down through the generations to Mary Telfair, the last descendant, who used the family wealth to help fund religious, cultural and social causes to care for the needs Savannahians in all walks of life.