It was also in 1929 that Fred L. Ginter (1888-1985), a native of Emlenton, Ohio, migrated from South Carolina to Liberty County and built the first steam-powered ice plant in Hinesville for Henry Lowe. He married Hattie Schwartz, and their children were Maytrude , Audry, Fred L. Jr., and Richard D. Ginter. Ginter was a resident of Hinesville for 62 years. He established and operated the Martin-Ginter Construction Company with Rudolph Martin of Liberty County. They built some of the structures on courthouse square in Hinesville which were still standing with this book was published.
From "Sweet Land of Liberty, A History of Liberty County, Georgia" by Robert Long Groover; Page(s) 86; Used by the permission of the Liberty County Commissioners Office