Aaron, Pastor, convert in India 80
Abercorn, village near juncture of Abercorn Creek and Savannah River passim; May, note 1
Agriculture, see crops.
Arnold, Gottfried, hymnist 130
Arnsdorff, Peter, Palatine, learning blacksmithing 105
Arnsdorf, Sophia, Palatine, converses with Boltzius 7
Augusta, city up Savannah River, mentioned 16
Augsburg, city in Swabia, benefactors in 61,
poorhouse in 111
Ausführliche Nachrichten, Urlsperger’s edition of the Ebenezer reports ii; Jan. note 1
Bacher, Christina, Salz, wid Matthäus, in good spiritual state 80
Bacher, Maria, Salz, w Thomas, sick 4,
prepares for Holy Communion 110
Baptisms, importance of 25; see Births and Baptisms.
Bears, destroy livestock 15
for Boltzius’ house 187
Biblischer Medicus, medical exegesis 90; Aug., note 2
Bichler, see Pichler.
Births and baptisms, in 1742 p. 1;
in 1743, Theobald Kieffer, Jr. 2,
twins in Savannah 60,
Bischoff, see Bishop.
Bishop, Friederica, Palatine, nee Unselt, w Henry sick in orphanage 56; May, note 9
Blacksmiths, see Smiths.
Blackwater, see Cattle disease
Bogatzky, Carl Heinrich, Pietist author; June, note 5
Boltzius, Johann Martin, pastor at Ebenezer ii and passim
Bounty, see Corn-shilling.
Breuer, Pastor, chaplain to Salzburgers in East Prussia 68
Bricks, lack of 16
Bridge and causeway, building of 102
serves as locksmith 104
Bryan, Jonathan, South Carolina planter, letter from 75,
letter to 80; July, note 1
Buchfelder, Ernst Wilhelm, hymnist 129
Cadzand, place in Holland 100
Canstein Bible 37; April, note 2
Catholics, soldier converts 89
Cattle, driven into forest 15,
sent by Causton 50,
bought from Dr. Graham 69
Cattle Brand Book May, note 5
Cattle disease iii,
at White Bluff 78,
July, note 17,
Aug., note 10
Causton, Thomas, keeper of the stores in Savannah, sends cattle 50,
brings news 100; Sept., note 2
Cedar, see Trees
Cellar, needed for Ludwig Meyer 105
Christ, Gottfried, converted Jew, ill 87
Churches, see Jerusalem and Zion.
Consecration, see house consecration.
Construction, see Church, Mill.
Continuations, the continuations of the Ausführliche Nachrichten
Cotton, see Crops.
Council, governing body in Savannah, consisting of a President and five Assistants
Cows, see Cattle.
sweet potatoes 107,
Cypress, see Trees.
Deaths, in 1742, p. 1;
in 1743: Sanftleben twins 23,
woman from Purysburg 74,
unnamed infant 119,
Matthias Kurtz 122
Depp, . . . , bro Anna Elisabetha Kieffer 127
Diseases: “epilepsy” 43, April, note 7;
tertian fever 113
Dogma of the Beginning of Christian Life 89; Aug., note 1
East India, missionary reports from 88
East Prussia, see Prussia.
Ebenezer, Salzburger settlement near Savannah i and passim,
origin of name 27; March note 5;
census of inhabitants 104
Ebenezer Creek, unnavigable waterway from Old to New Ebenezer i,
Ehre und Lehre Augsburgischer Confession, religious tract 115; Oct., note 3
Eischberger, David, Salz, miller, visited by Boltzius 82,
loses cow 96
Eischberger, Catharina, Salz, w David, visited by Boltzius 82
English boy dies at Ebenezer 121
Ernst, Josef, deceased h of Anna Maria, mentioned 43; April, note 8
“Fathers,” Salzburger patrons. See G.A. Francke, Urlsperger, Ziegenhagen.
downed by storm 72
Fever, see Disease.
Flerl, Carl, Salz, visited by Boltzius 78
yearns for heaven 88,
likes religious text 92,
keeping legacy 99
Flerl, Maria, nee Gruber, w Carl, has fever 4
Fourth Salzburger Transport, cattle and provisions for 35
Francke, August Hermann, founder of Francke Foundation in Halle, book by 121
forwards gift 68
Francke Foundation (Franckesche Stiftungen), charitable institution in Halle ii; July, note 6
Frederica, British outpost near Florida, mentioned 50
Freylinghausen Hymnbook, favorite hymnal at Ebenezer, printed at Halle in many editions 67
Fritzsch, Ahasverus, hymnist 129
Funerals, nature of 123
German crops iii; March, note 8
Germans in Savannah, some calumniate Ebenezer 6,
receive diet money 12,
Glaner, Georg, Salz, visited by Boltzius 37
Glaner, Gertraut, Salz, nee Lemmenhoffer, w Georg, leaves orphanage 106
Glaucha, site of Francke Foundation, now in Halle 121; Nov., note 3
Glauchisches Gedenckbüchlein, religious tract 121; Nov., note 3
The Glory and Dogma of the Augsburg Confession, see Ehre und Lehre.
Graham, Dr., wealthy English neighbor 50,
brands Salzburgers’ cattle 68,
sells cows 69
Graniwetter, Anna Catharina, Salz, w Caspar, witnesses God’s blessing 106
Grapes, see Fruit.
Grass (crab grass), burned off 14,
Gronau, Friederica Maria, infant daughter of Israel Chr., born 67
Gronau, Israel Christian, assistant minister in Ebenezer ii and passim
Haberfehner, Magdalena, deceased Austrian child 7
Haslocher, Johann Adam, hymnist 129
Hedinger, Johann Reinhold, hymnist 130
Heinrich, Anna Magdalena, Palatine, marries Ott 17
Herrnschmidt, Johann Daniel, hymnist 130
Hertzog, Martin, Salz, servant at orphanage 94; April, note 11
Hildebrandt, Carl, Baron of Can-stein, publisher of Bibles; April, note 2
Homann, Johann Baptist, engraver of maps 90; Aug., note 2
Holy Roman Empire 110; Sept., note 17
Horse collars, lent by Jones 91
Horses, to be grazed 17,
brood mares 91
Aug., note 9
House consecrations: Simon Reiter 32,
Hymns, see Appendix I
Indentured servants, to be brought at expense of Trustees 101,
provisioned; Feb., note 4, July, note 4;
provisions for indentured servants at Ebenezer 33,
need of 125
India, missions in 80; July, note 6
Jerusalem Church, town church in Ebenezer 45,
origin of name 27,
distribution at 63,
linen for 92,
Christmas at 126
relates anecdote 30,
lends house 48,
going to Frederica 50,
lends horse collars 91
Kalcher, Margaret, Salz, w. Ruprecht, grows seeds 90,
receives books 93
Kalcher, Ruprecht, Salz, manager of orphanage, grazes horses 17,
uses plow 91,
plants crops 94,
receives letter 117
Kehl, Johann Georg, hymnist 129
Kendal, Duchess of, benefactress 107
Kieffer, Anna Elisabetha, nee Depp, Palatine, w Johann Jacob 127
Kieffer, Anna Margaretha, mother-in-law of Maria, sick 1
Kieffer, (Johann) Jacob, Palatine, s Theobald, Sr. 127
in fine spirits 80,
Kieffer, Theobald, Sr., Palatine from Purysburg, wishes to move to Ebenezer 44,
buys Ludwig Mueller’s house 105
Kieffer, Theobald, Jr., s Theobald, 2,
land flooded 14,
loses boards 22,
cutting boards 123
Klocker, Bernhard, Salz, leaves legacy 99
Kornberger (Cornberger), Johann, Salz, builds and consecrates house 33
Knox, William, wealthy Englishman; May, note 1
Kurtz, Matthias, Salzburger from Cadzant, arrives 23,
visited by Boltzius 93,
receives plantation 100,
Lackner, Catharina Barbara, Salz, nee Ulmer, w Martin II, making good progress 43,
a good example 74
Lackner, Margaretha, Salz, w Martin, speaks with Boltzius 35,
making progress 43
to help Kalcher 100
Lackner girl, gives twill 28
Legacies: see Klocker, Schmidt, Schweighoffer.
Leimberger (Lemberger), Christian, Salz, molested by skunk 107
Leitner, Josef, Salz, established as smith 104
Lemberger, see Leimberger
Lemmenhofer, Veit, Salz, speaks to Boltzius 43,
to help orphans 71
Lithuania see Prussia.
Lochner, Carl Friedrich, hymnist 130
Locksmiths, see Bruckner, Schrempf.
Long lots; Feb., note 3
Loewenberger (Lewenberger), Christian, Palatine in Savannah 115; Oct., note 4
London, source of gifts 61
Lumber: boards burn 22,
boards at Old Ebenezer given 69
Luther, Martin, German reformer, quoted 40,
hymnist 129; May, note 6, June, note 9, Aug., notes 9, 13, 14
Malaria, see Disease.
Marriages in 1742, p. 1;
in 1743: Otto-Heinrich 17
Memorial and Thanksgiving Feast, celebrated 24
Metzger, Jacob, Palatine from Purysburg, father of Mrs. Christ, sick 120
Meyer, Elisabeth, w Johann Ludwig, donates twill 28
sells old house 105
Midwives, see Maria Rheinlander.
Mill River, see Abercorn Creek.
Montague, Samuel, deceased Huguenot merchant in Purysburg 13; Feb., note 8
Muhlenberg, Heinrich Melchior, pastor from Halle, asks question 27,
letter from 70,
letter to 71,
sends psalm 73,
loved by Savannah Germans 83,
July, note 12
Mulberry trees, see Trees.
Müller, Joseph Theodor, hymnist 129
Neander, Joachim, hymnist 130
Negroes, a burden 13,
live badly at Port Royal 31,
Newman, Henry, secretary of SPCK, letter from 54
Ogeechee River, blackwater stream parallel lower reches of Savannah River, mentioned 97
Oglethorpe, James Edward, founder of Georgia, pleased with name of Ebenezer 27,
letter from 28,
gives wine 47,
promoted to general 76
Old Ebenezer, first location of Salzburgers, now the Trustees’ cowpen i,
lumber at 69; June, note 19
Orangeburg, German and Swiss settlement in South Carolina 127; Dec., note 1
well being repaired 107
Ortmann, Christoph, schoolmaster, joins plot 73,
takes in English boy 121; June, note 22,
Oct., note 4
Orton, Christopher, Anglican minister in Savannah, refugee at Ebenezer 117
Ott, Carl Sigismund, Salz, marries Anna Magdalena Heinrich 17
Painting, allegorial, sent to Vigera 95
Palachacolas, a small fort up the Savannah River from Ebenezer 15
attends engagement 118
Pichler, Thomas, Salz, recognizes sins 58,
attends engagement 118
Pietist terminology, iii; Jan., notes 3, 4, 7, March, note 11, May, note 7, July, notes 7, 11, 13
Plows, introduction of iii,
used by Kalcher 91
Postille, see House and Church Postille.
President, see Council.
Purysburg, Swiss settlement across and down river from Ebenezer ii and passim;
daughter dies 74,
mother still sick 98
Radishes, see Vegetables.
Reiter, Simon, Salz, consecrates house 32
Rheinlander, Maria, Palatine, wid Friedrich, midwife 23
Rice, see Crops.
to be built 81
Richter, Christian Friedrich, hymnist 129
Rieser, Bartholomäus, Salz, ill 53
Rieser, Simon, Salz, invalid, recuperates 108
Rinkert, Martin, hymnist 130
Riser, see Rieser.
Road construction 101
Saalfeld, German city, benefactors in 61
Sabbath violated 6
Salt, bought in Savannah 84
Sanftleben, Georg, Silesian carpenter, poor crop 9
Sanftleben, Magdalena, nee Arnsdorff, Palatine, w Georg, bears daughter 23; July, note 5
Savannah, chief city in Georgia, passim
Savannah River, plantations on 101
Schalkhauser, Fluegel, and Jastrum, merchants in Venice, send money for Kurtz family 23,
letter from 54,
Schatzkästlein, see Little Treasure Chest.
Schauer, Johann Caspar, manufacturer of balm 116; Aug., note 3
Schauer’s balm, see Medicines.
Scheraus, Johann, receives letter 85
Schmidt, Johann (Hans), Austrian, offers gift to church 28
Schmidt, Johann Eusebius, hymnist 130
Schmidt, Pastor, author of Biblisher medicus 90
Schoolmasters, see Christoph Ortmann, Ruprecht Steiner.
Schrempf, Ruprecht, Salz, locksmith 104,
proposes to Kieffer girl 117-118,
buys tools from Lackner 104,
lacks sheet iron 125
Schultz, Dr., superintendant of Salzburger schools in East Prussia 68
Schumann, Archpriest, chaplain to the Salzburgers in East Prussia 68
Schwartzwälder, Johann, Palatine redemptioner from Old Ebenezer, blamed iii,
Schwarzwälder, Mrs., Pal fr Old Ebenezer, bitten by snake 75
Schweighoffer, Margaretha, nee Pindlinger, Salz, wid, now weak 9,
Second hand clothes, sold in Savannah 21
Servants (hired hands), see Indentured servants.
Shoemakers: Zettler, Sickbay, planned 70
Singing lessons 126
Smiths, see Leitner, Peter Arnsdorf.
Snakebite: Mrs. Schwartzwälder 75
Society, see SPCK.
SPCK (Society for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge), missionary society in London, sends still for peach brandy 91
Statii Lutherus Ridivivus, religious text by Martin Statius 60
Steiner, Maria, Salz, nee Winter, w Ruprecht, eyes are opened 127
receives information 60,
digs well 65,
inclined to give boards 70
Stephens, Thomas, s Col. Stephens, leader of Malcontents 73; June, note 22
Stephens, Col. Wm., Trustees’ secretary in Georgia, pleased that servants are settling 5,
gives vine cuttings 10,
sending corn 47,
requests names 104; March, note 10
Stills, for brandy needed 73,
Stricker, ______, German in Savannah, bears heavy cross 83
Stricker, Mrs. ______, woman in Savannah 83
Surinam, South American colony, mentioned 14
Tavern, established at Ebenezer 123
Theriac, see Medicines.
Theus, Jeremias, Swiss painter in Charleston 100; Sept., note 1
Thilo, Christian Ernst, physician, lends laboratory still 91
Thomson, Capt. William, mariner 17; Feb., note 12,
Oct., note 4
Treasure Chest, see Little Treasure Chest.
Trees: cedar 15–16,
True Christianity (Wahres Christentum), see Arndt.
Trustees for Establishing a Colony in Georgia passim
Turnips, see vegetables Urlsperger, Samuel, Senior of Lutheran ministry in Augsburg ii,
letter from 22
head cabbage 90,
Venice, see Schalkhauser.
Vernonburg, Swiss and German town on Vernon River 12,
cattle disease there 78,
description of 94: July, note 3,
has long lots; Feb., note 3,
beginning poorly 77,
crops improve 94
to buy plows 91,
his journey commended 92,
receives allegorical painting 95,
sends newspapers 106,
in Pennsylvania 125; Aug., note 4
Vines, see Grapes.
War of Jenkins’ Ear, see Spanish invasion.
Watson, . . . , alderman in Savannah Wells, abundant water 99,
well at orphanage repaired 107,
Steiner digs well 65
Wheat, see crops.
White Bluff, same as Vernonburg Williams, Robert, leader of the Malcontents 46; May, note 2
Wills, see legacies.
Winkler, Johann Joseph, hymnist 130
Wolves, destructive 15; Feb., note 10
Zant, Bartholomäus, Swiss, visited by Boltzius 37
Zettler (Zedler, Zetler), Matthias, Salz, shoemaker, takes Depp as apprentice 127
to send painting 96
Zimmerebner, Ruprecht, Salz, to aid orphanage 71
Zion Church, church on plantations, being constructed 19,
origin of name 27,
Zubli, Ambrosius, Swiss, bro of Joh. Jac. One of the two at Ebenezer 82; July, note 9
Zublin, David, bro of Ambrosius, father of Johann Joachim 13; Feb., note 5
Zublin, Johann Jacob, see Zubli, Ambrosius.
Zwiffler, Andreas, apothecary with first transport, receives still 91; Aug., note 5