Aaron, Pastor, convert in India 34
confusion of name 48
Abercorn Creek (Mill River), branch of Savannah River 60
Acorns, a bountiful crop 122
Agriculture, see Crops.
Albinus, Johann Georg, hymnist 143
Albinus, . . . . , court chaplain in London, mentioned 36
asks about contracts 58
Anabaptist, visits Boltzius 84
Appenzell, canton in Switzerland, mentioned 70
Arians, sectarians who deny the Trinity 84
Arnsdorf, Catharina Dorothea, daughter Andreas, confirmed 70
Avery, Joseph, English surveyor 135; Dec., note 2
Augusta, city up Savannah River, mentioned 4
Bacher, Balthasar, Salz, mentioned 141
Bacher, Mrs. Balthasar (Anna Maria), gives thanks 43
B*ck, Friedrich, unidentified German drifter 34
Baptisms, see Births and Baptisms.
Barley, see Crops.
Behm, Martin, hymnist 143
Bell for church 17
Benefactions, see Gifts.
uses slave labor 25
provides flax and wool 96
Bichler, Thomas, Salz, constable, goes to Frederica 1
obtains money 8
is swindled 9
Births and baptisms, Lechner 13
ceremony of German Chapel 32
Blacksmiths, see Smiths.
Boltzius, Gertraut, nee Kroher, w Joh. Mart., has relapse 5
Boltzius, Johann Martin, pastor at Ebenezer passim
Bonin, Ulrich Bogislaus von, hymnist 144
receives letter 104
Brückner, Georg, Salz, an obliging man 10
purchases for Salzburgers 133
Cadzand, place in Holland; Jan. note 8
Catholics, ex-Catholic 52
calves sold in Savannah 93
Charleston, port in South Carolina, mentioned 9
Chests of gifts, 36-38
Children’s Bible, see Kyburg.
Christ, Gottfried, converted Jew; Dec., note 3
Christ, Mrs., widow of Gottfried 136; Dec., note 3
Christian Guide, see Christliche Anweisung.
Churches, see Jerusalem and Zion.
Columella, classical agricultural treatise, mentioned 35
Compendium der ganzen christlichen Lehre, 57
Consecration, see House consecration.
Construction, see Church, Mill.
Continuations, the continuations of the Ausführliche Nachrichten
Cotton, see Crops.
Cowpen, communal, of help 93
Cows, see Cattle.
cotton 89; July, note 8
sugar melons 89
Cudulur, city in India, Lutheran missions at 88
Curtius, see Kurtz, Jacob Friedrich.
Deaths, Jacob Kieffer 13
Kurz girl 23
Schäffler infant 31
Eischberger girl 64
Paul Klocker 136.
Deists, sectarians who believe in natural religion and deny the interference of the Creator 84
Disease, see Epilepsy, Pica, whooping cough.
Dogma of the Beginning of Christian Life 99; Aug., note 4
Driesler (Driessler), Johann Ulrich, minister at Frederica, mentioned 58; Feb., note 1
Driesler (Driessler), Mrs., wid.
letter from 61
may get pension 72
dies 119; Feb., note 1
East India, missionary reports from 88
French victory 84
East Prussia, see Prussia.
Ebenezer, Salzburger settlement near Savannah passim
Ebenezer reports, see Ausführliche Nachrichten.
Eigel, Georg, Salz, mills barley 49
Eischperger, Ruprecht, Salz, sick 73
English language to be taught 53
Epilepsy (any paroxism), 5
Erfurt Bible, inexpensive Bible 40
Ernst, Susanna, daughter of Josef, ill 85
European crops (wheat, rye, barley, oats), see Crops.
See G. A. Francke, Urlsperger, Ziegenhagen.
flax cloth woven 137
Flerl, Hans, Salz, tree expert 90
very devoted 106
Flerl, Anna Maria, nee Höpflinger, w Hans, very devout 106
Flower Garden (Blumengärtlein), religious tract 37
Fort St. George in India, mentioned 84
Francke, August Hermann, founder of Francke Foundation in Halle, hymnist 86
author; Aug., note 4
letters from, letter to 54
collects gifts 101
Francke Foundation (Franckesche Stiftungen), charitable institution in Halle, July, note 7
Freylinghausen, Johann Anastasius, professor at Halle, author of Geistreiches Gesangbuch and Compendium Theologicum
Freylinghausen Hymnbook (Geistreiches Gesangbuch), favorite hymnal at Ebenezer, printed at Halle in many editions 144
Fruit, apples 89
dried in sun 94
Geistreiches Gesangbuch, see Freylinghausen.
Gerhardt, Paul, hymnist 143
German Chapel, royal chapel in London, mentioned 33
German crops, see wheat, rye, oats, barley.
Germans in Savannah, prejudiced against Boltzius 4
slander Boltzius 12
servant sends letter 8
Germantown, German settlement near Philadelphia, mentioned 39
Gifts: from Augsburg 22
distribution of 40-41
Glaner, Georg, Salz, receives gift 74
richly blessed 74
suffers greatly 107
visits Mrs. Lackner 91
has relapse 136
Glaucha House Church Order, see next entry.
Glauchische Hauskirchordnung 115; Sept. note 3
God’s Sacred Heart, see Stark.
Graniwetter, Anna Catharina, Salz, wid Caspar, a pious woman 22
receives aid 107
Graniwetter, Caspar, deceased, hardworking man 79
Gronau, Christian Israel, late pastor at Ebenezer 139
Grossgebauer, Theophilus, author 13
Grung (error for Gruning?), Lt. 99
Habersham, James, merchant, member of Council, buys boards 26
Halle Hymnal, see Freylinghausen.
Handschuh, Mr., minister in Pennsylvania 39
Harrington, James, English sociologist; April, note 13
Harris, Mr., partner of Habersham, mentioned 54
Hässler (Hessler), Elisabetha, Salz, w Christian, bears child 59
Heinrich, Johann Georg, Palatine, confirmed 69
Held, Johann Georg, Palatine, went to S.C. 90
Held, Maria, w Joh. Georg, went to S.C. 90
Hemp, being raised 64
Honey, collected from trees 52
Horses, used for plowing 80
increases pay 61
arrives in Savannah 71
pays debt 71
House consecrations: Kocher 65
Hymns, see Appendix
India, missions in 88
Indian language, Boltzius wishes to learn 83
Indians: Indian serf sent to Ebenezer 44
Indian gives boat 51
Indians at war 72
customs of Cherokees 76
Cherokees threaten to attack 78
Judith, ship; May, note 10; July, note 2
Kalcher, Margaretha, Salz, w. Ruprecht, recovers 8
loves divine word 94; Feb., note 2
Kalcher, Ruprecht, Salz, manager of orphanage 79
can plow 79
has new plantation 79; Feb., note 2
Kieffer, (Johann) Jacob, Palatine, s Theobald, Sr., dies 13
Kieffer, Maria, nee Bacher, w Theo Jr., witness 34
Kieffer, Theobald, Sr., Palatine from Purysburg, mentioned 13
bought Negroes 32
Kieffer, Theobald, Jr., s Theobald, witness 34
has boat 36
Klocker (Glocker), Eva, daughter of late Paul, confirmed 70
Klocker (Glocker), Gertraut, daughter of Paul, confirmed 70
Klocker, Paul, deceased adopted child of Mrs. Glaner 136
Klosterberg, author 123
Kocher, (Johann) Georg, Salz, schoolmaster on plantations, dedicated 130
consecrates house 65
Kocher, Georg, son of above, confirmed 70
Kogler, Barbara, w. Georg, physically weak 112
Kogler, Georg, Salz, chief carpenter 1
runs sawmill 15
a skilled man 16
has apprentice 70
writes scrip 79
Kohleisen, Angelica, daughter Peter, 10
Kohleisen, Maria, nee Wechselberger, Salz, w Peter, mentioned 10
Krämer, Johann Christoph, Palatine, confirmed 70
Krausendorf, town in East Prussia, mentioned 16
Krusy, Adrian, s Hans, confirmed 70
Kurtz, Anna, Salz, wid Matthias, sick 5; Jan., note 8
Kurtz, Eleanora, daughter Matthias, confirmed 70
Kurtz, Gertraut, daughter of Matthias, confirmed 70
Kurtz, Matthias, Salzburger from Cadzant; Jan., note 8
Kurtz, . . . , daughter of Anna, sick 19
Kyburg, Abraham, author of Kinderbibel, 37
April note 5
Lackner, Catharina Barbara, Salz, nee Ulmer, w Martin II, pious and patient 91
Lackner, Margaretha, Salz, w Martin, mentioned 17
Lackner, Martin II, Salz of 4th transport, hardpressed 133
Landfelder, . . . , daughter of Veit, has pica 87
Laurenti, Laurentius, hymnist 143
Lechner, Veit, his daughter baptized 13
soul growing stronger 17
Lehre vom Anfang . . . , by A.H. Francke, Aug. note 4
Lemke, Hermann Heinrich, assistant minister in Ebenezer, his house used as school 29
to take charge of mills 53
takes over school 63
invited to Charleston 67
goes to Savannah 97
stands in for Boltzius 116
Lemmenhofer, Maria, Salz, wid Veit, ill 28
Little Treasure Chest, see Carl Heinrich Bogatzky.
Lochner, Mr. 17
Lochner, Mrs. 17
Locksmiths, see Brückner, Schrempf.
Lodenstein, Jodocus von, hymnist 143
London German Chapel 33
Lord Trustees, see Trustees.
Lumber, in ample supply 15
stored at Abercorn 16
will be profitable 63
Luther Martin, writings 128
Lutherans in Savannah 97
Madleitner, Salzburger in Augsburger, sends gift 74
Madras, city in India, captured by French 84
Lutheran missions at 88
Maurer, Mrs., pious woman 139
Mayer, see Meyer
Medicines from Halle 109
Meditations on the Providence of God, see Meditation von der Vorsehung Gottes 23; March, note 5
Metzger, Jacob, Palatine from Purysburg, father of Mrs. Christ, mentioned 17; Feb., note 14
Meyer, Elisabeth, w Johann Georg, requests spiritual aid 53
Meyer (Mayer), (Johann) Georg, bro Ludwig, appointed schoolmaster 63
instructed in teaching 66
Meyer (Mayer), (Johann) Ludwig, physician with 4th Salz trans, well liked 3
attends council 49
stops school teaching 63
is instructed 66
returns from Savannah 81
assumes duties 134; Jan., note 4
Mill River, see Abercorn Creek.
see Sawmill, Gristmill.
Moravians, see Herrnhuter.
Mühl-Fluss, see Abercorn Creek.
Mulberry trees, brought from Purysburg 7
fully in leaf 28
white mulberry trees 46
Müller, Anna Christina, wid Friedrich Wilhelm, has mulberry trees 27
Müller, Maria Magdalena, youngest daughter of Friedrich Wilhelm, is disobedient 30
Munch, Chretien de, Augsburg banker; April, note 10
Negroes, visit Ebenezer 7
Boltzius prevents introduction 12
used by Whitefield 26
bought by Kieffer 32
child baptized 32
Ruprecht Zittrauer an overseer 85
Negroes taught all skills 90
Ogeechee River, blackwater stream parallel lower reaches of Savannah River, mentioned 6
Oglethorpe, James Edward, founder of Georgia, angers Cherokees 78
Orchards, being started 98
Orton, Christopher, deceased Anglican minister in Savannah 6
Paint for church 109
Passions- und Osterpredigten; March, note 10
Peaches, see Fruit.
Philadelphia, city in Pennsylvania, letters from 99
Pietist terms 8
Pigs, donated 49
Port Royal, small port in South Carolina, mentioned 99
Potatoes, see Sweet potatoes under Crops.
Prätorius, Benjamin, hymnist 144
President, see Council.
Prieber (Priber), Christian, Saxon visionary 76
Protestant Body (Corpus Evangelicorum), Protestant caucus at the diet in Regensburg 101
Purysburg, Swiss settlement across and down river from Ebenezer ii
Rangers, mounted troops, 1
help plant trees 13
pay is raised 61
very useful 77
Reck, Philip Georg Friedrich von, conductor of 1st Salz transport, letter from 43
Red Bluff, site of Ebenezer passim
Reformed, followers of Calvin and Zwingli, mentioned 48
Regensburg, seat of Imperial Diet 101
source of gifts 125
Reiter (Reuter), widow, praises God 111
Rice, see Crops.
Riedelsperger, Mrs. falls ill 124
Riesch, Bonaventura, pastor in Lindau 104
Rieser, . . . son of Batholomaus, has plantation 79
Rottenberger, Catharina, nee Piedler, w Stephan, sick 112
Rottenberger, Stephan, Salz, a sensible man 16
children have pica 86
Rye, see Crops.
Salfeld, city in Germany, mentioned 39
Savannah, chief city in Georgia, passim
Savannah River, river fronting Augusta, Ebenezer, and Savannah 13 et passim.
Savannah Town, trading station near Augusta, mentioned 34
Sawmill, ample wood there 15
of great benefit 16
making no profit 39
Schäffler (Scheffler), . . . . , son of Johann, dies 31
Schatz-Kästlein, see Bogatzky and Schinmeier.
Schinmeier, author of Schatz-Kästlein 49
Schneider, Johann Georg, Palatine, confirmed 70
Schoolhouse, being built near Zion Church 126
Schoolmasters, see (Johann) Georg Kocher, (Johann) Georg Meyer, (Johann) Ludwig Meyer, Ruprecht Steiner.
Scrip issued in Ebenezer 79
Scriptural Instruction, see Urlsperger
Scriver, Christian, author of Seelen-Schatz 29
Seinler, Master, inventor in Halle 81
Society, see SPCK.
Socinians, followers of Fausto Sozzini who deny divinity of Christ 84
sola bills, currency issued by Trustees 24
Soul Treasure, see Scriver
Sources of Consolation, see Trostquelle.
Spelt, see Crops.
Starck, Pastor Christoph, author 18
Stephens, Col. Wm., Trustees’ secretary in Georgia, President of the Council, summons Boltzius 46
letter from 58
Stills for brandy 130-131
Switzerland, source of donated books 37
Theologia Pastoralis, see Klosterberg.
Thilo, Christian Ernst, physician, highly esteemed 3
treats Mrs. Glaner 4
Kurtz girl, 5
has bass voice 138
Thilo, Friederica, nee Helfenstein, bears child 64
Thomson, Capt. William, mariner, mentioned 59
Thomson, a righteous man in Pennsylvania 39
Treasure Chest, see Bogatzky and Schinmeier.
Treutlen, Johann Adam, Palatine, future governor of Georgia, confirmed 70; May, note 10; June, note 5
Trostquelle fur Betrübte und um ihre Seligkeit bekümmerte Seelen, religious work 19
True Christianity, see Wahres Christentum
Unterricht für Kranke, see Urlsperger.
letter to 54
Veesen, see Feesen
Wächterstimme, pietistic work by Grossgebauer 13
Walther, Johann, hymnist 143
Watchman’s Voice, see Wächterstimme.
Weissenbacher, Jakob, fine and honorable German, drowns 82; July, note 2
Weissiger, Daniel, German from Pa. 99; Aug., note 2
Wesley, John, founder of Methodism, former preacher at Savannah, 6
Wheat, see Crops.
Wheelwright in Ebenezer 44
White Bluff, same as Vernonburg Whitefield, George, English evangelist, returns to Bethesda 15
has cattle, wheat, and rice 15
supplies flax 96
returns from Pa. 123
donates bonnets 136
not well 128
Whooping cough; March, note 6
Wolves, roam forest 10
Wool, a supply in Ebenezer 95
Worms in corn 80
Zant, Sibille, nee Bacher, wid Piltz, wid Bartholomäus, a pious woman 22
has mulberry trees 27
receives help 107
Zettler, Elisabetha Catharina, nee Kieffer, w Matthias, awakened in Christianity 14
endures tribulations 23
Zettler (Zedler, Zetler), Matthias, Salz, shoemaker, endures tribulations 23
Zimmerebner, Margaretha, nee Berenberger, Salz, w Ruprecht, recognizes God 24
Zimmerebner, Ruprecht, Salz, to aid orphanage, a righteous man 24
Zion Church, church on plantations, being repaired 86
Zittrauer, Anna, w Ruprecht 85
Zittrauer, Paulus, Salz, carpenter 99
Zittrauer, Ruprecht, Salz who deserted Ebenezer 84
Zübli (Zubly), Johann Joachim, Swiss minister, welcomes Boltzius 48; March, note 3s