Abercorn Creek (Mill River), branch of Savannah River 112
Aboab, David, author 114
Absolutum decretum, predestination, 56
Agriculture, see Crops.
Albinus, Johann Georg, hymnist 54
Bacher, Mrs. Balthasar (Anna Maria), dies 9–10
Bacher girl, dies 20
Bacher, Thomas, Salz, dies 39
Baptisms, see Births and Baptisms.
Barley, see Crops.
Barley stamp, 13
Bears, mentioned 3
damage corn 64
bear oil needed 14
Benefactions, see Gifts.
Bichler, Thomas, Salz, saddler 12
appointed constable 101
Births and baptisms, English child 40
Bogatzky, Carl Heinrich, Pietist, author of Schatz-Kästlein der Kinder Gottes 27
of Pauper’s Book 55; March note 2
Boltzius, Johann Martin, pastor at Ebenezer passim
Book of Universal Mercy, Pietist text 6
Books, donation of 75
Bosomworth, Thomas, Anglican minister and Indian trader, agitating 39; April, note 20; May, note 12
Brandner, Matthias, Salz, mentioned 26
a kind master 30
Brandy, made from peaches 15
Cabbages, used as fodder 18
Cattle, endangered by flood 100
Charleston, port in South Carolina, passim
Cherokees, see Indians.
Churches, see Jerusalem Church and Zion Church.
Coins and currency, 7–8
Construction, see Mill, Jerusalem and Zion church.
Cowie, Capt., captured by Spaniards 25
Cows, see Cattle.
Creeks, see Indians.
Crops: barley, hard to prepare 13
eaten by worms 23
affected by rust 50
beans, eaten by deer 77
(Indian) corn, sold in Savannah 23
peas, growing fast 18
rye, growing fast 18
sugar melons 66
sweet potatoes, destroyed by deer 77; Aug., note 14
wheat, eaten by worms 17
damaged by mildew 44
Sicilian wheat 44
good crop 50
Cudulur, city in India, Lutheran missions at 102
Currency, see Coins.
Darien, Scots village, mentioned 72
Deaths: Mrs. Balthasar Bacher 9
Thomas Bacher 39
Schweiger’s boy 2
Georg Adam Leinebacher 30
Mrs. Glaner 42
Bartholomäus Rieser 76
Rottenberger’s child 95
Anna Kurtz 101
Doctrine of Atonement, religious treatise, 62
Driesler (Driessler), Johann Ulrich, minister at Frederica, respected 51; May, note 13
Dürrenberg, province adjacent to Salzburg, mentioned 47; May, note 5
Dysentary, in Savannah, 53
East Prussia, see Prussia.
Ebenezer, Salzburger settlement near Savannah passim
Eischperger, Ruprecht, Salz, his son epileptic 27
Ernst, Heinrich, hymnist 117
Evangelische Lehre, by Joachim Lange 5.
See G. A. Francke, Urlsperger, Ziegenhagen.
Fever (malaria), 78
Flax, for weaving 79
Flerl, Hans, Salz, elected overseer 112
Flerl, Anna Maria, née Höpflinger, w Hans, serious Christian 47
Francke, Gotthilf August, s A. G. Francke, letter from 104
collects money 106
Freylinghausen, Johann Anastasius, professor at Halle, author of Geistreiches Gesangbuch and Compendium Theologicum 117
Fruit, grapes, wild 66
for brandy 15
Gebhart, Philip, Palatine: Aug., note 10
Gebhart boy, dies 74
Geistreiches Gesangbuch, see Freylinghausen.
Gerlach, shoemaker in Naumburg, mentioned 77
German crops, see wheat, rye, oats, barley.
Gersdorf, Henriette Catharina, hymnist 117
Goldeck, district in Salzburg 49
Graniwetter, Anna Catharina, nee Sturmer, Salz, wid Caspar, has paroxisms 23
visited by Boltzius 103
Grapes, wild 66
Gronau, Christian Israel, deceased colleague of Boltzius, mentioned 16
Habersham, James, merchant, member of Council, letter to 20
letter from 23
gives information 25
brings salt and flour 97
gives arias 116
Halle Hymnal, see Freylinghausen.
Handel, Friedrich, arias by 116
Harness, donated by Whitefield 6
Harris, Mr., partner of Habersham, delivers letters 10
receives goods 20
carries letters 25
returns via Charleston 97
brings cauldrons 97
Henkel, Count von, author 86
expells Spaniards 74
sends regards 97
Hopewell, ship 20
Hymns, see Appendix
Indentured servants, Boltzius’ suggestions concerning 89–91
India, missions in 102
Indians: Indian received by Boltzius 13
Indians get drunk 14
Cherokees make peace with Creeks 38
declare war on S.C. 38
make common cause with Creeks 39
Indians commit violence 50
steal from Leitner 83
Indian woman brings medicine 67
Jews from Savannah, visit mill 86
Junker, Dr. Johann, professor at Halle, 20; March, note 12
Kalcher, Ruprecht, Salz, appointed overseer 112
Keymann, Christian, hymnist 117
Kitching, Capt., master of Hopwell 20
Kogler, Barbara, w. Georg, distressed 5
Kohleisen, Peter, Salz, drinks too much 114
Krüsy, Adrian, s Hans, 33
Krüsy, Hans, Swiss, deceased 33
Kurtz, Anna, Salz, wid Matthias, dies 110
Kurtz, Eleanora, daughter Matthias; Dec., note 17
Kurtz, Gertraut, daughter of Matthias; Dec., note 17
Kurtz, Matthias, Salzburger from Cadzant; Dec. note 17
Leimberger, Christian, Salz, elected overseer 112
dies 30; April, note 1
Leitner, Josef, Austrian, has good plantation 83
Lemke, Hermann Heinrich, assistant minister in Ebenezer, to go to Savannah 79
Lemmenhofer, Maria, Salz, wid Veit 32
Lemmenhofer, Veit, deceased Salz, mentioned 32
Locksmiths, see Brückner, Schrempff.
Lord Trustees, see Trustees.
See Germans in Savannah.
Madras, city in India 102
Martyn, Benjamin, Trustees’ secretary, letter from 100
Mayer, see Meyer
Meat, sold in Savannah 23
Meyer, Elisabeth, w Johann Ludwig, requests communion 106
treats girl 99
justice of the peace 100
Mildew, harms wheat 44
Mill plantation 11
Mill River, see Abercorn Creek.
Mills, productive 12
Mohr, Jacob, youth from Purysburg 60; Sept., note 6
Money, see Coins.
Mount Pleasant, fortress on Savannah River above Ebenezer 40
Münch, Chrétien de, Augsburg banker, letter from 104; Dec., note 15
Negroes, to be arrested 23
not permitted 41
unwanted by Boltzius 80
cause damage 83
to be permitted 101
threatened by Indians 39
Oglethorpe, James Edward, founder of Georgia, strikes coins 8
Old Ebenezer, first location of Salzburgers, now the Trustees’ cowpen, mentioned 52
Orange trees, all dead 18
Orphanage, needs repairs 82
Ottolenghe, Joseph, convert; April, note 17
Paint for church 4
Paradies-Gärtlein, Pietist work by Arndt 109
Parrakeets, abundant 24; March, note 18
peach brandy 14
Plows and plowing 6
Potatoes, see Sweet potatoes under Crops.
President, see Council.
Prussia and Lithuania, refuge of Salzburger exiles, gift from 40
Reiter (Reuter), widow 99
Rieser, Bartholomäus, Salz, dies 76
Rottenberger, Stephan, Salz, 33
letter from Prussia 40
loses child 95
Rottenberger, Susanna, daughter of Stephan, ill 53
Rye, see Crops.
St. Augustine, Spanish city in Florida, mentioned 46
St. John’s River, border of Florida 74
Savannah, chief city in Georgia, passim
Savannah River, river fronting Augusta, Ebenezer, and Savannah et passim.
Sawmill, ample wood there 15
of great benefit 16
Schamelto, Chief Pastor in Leipzig, mentioned 77
Schmidt, Johann Eusebius, hymnist 117
Schatz-Kästlein, see Bogatzky.
School on the plantations, inaugurated 31
Schutz, Johann Jacob, hymnist 117
Schweiger, Georg, Salz, has lost many children 2
Schweiger, son of Georg, dies 2
Scriver, Christian, hymnist 117
Scythes, purchased 6
Sendbriefe, works by Schaitberger 76
Society, see SPCK.
sola bills, currency issued by Trustees 8
Spanish mulberry trees, 27
SPCK (Society for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge), missionary society in London; Jan., note 15
Spener, Jacob Philipp, Pietist leader 81; Aug., note 18
Steiner, Maria, née Winter, w Ruprecht, confined 24
Steiner, Ruprecht, bears cross 44
Stephens, Col. Wm., Trustees’ secretary in Georgia, President of the Council, loses orange trees 18
Straube, Adam, Lutheran from Vernonburg 29
Sturmer, Johann Georg, brother of widow Graniwetter, mentioned 40
Stuttgart, city in Wurttemberg, source of gifts 60
Sugar melons, 66
Thilo, Christian Ernst, physician, to make report 19
receives salary 41
treats girl 99; April, note 24
Thomson, Capt. William, mariner, letter from 101
Tobler, Johann, Swiss mathematician, letter from; Jan., note 5
Trankebar, city in India, mentioned 102
Treasure Chest, see Bogatzky.
Trees, many kinds 65
True Christianity, see Wahres Christentum
Tumblers, religious sect, mentioned 45
Turnips, serve as fodder 18
Turpentine, used to protect wood 4
Uchee land, tract across Ebenezer Creek 84
Wallbaum, Councillor, benefactor 104
Walther, Mr., printer 77
Wernigerode, city in East Germany, mentioned 61
Whitefield, George, English evangelist, purchases harness 6
loses orange trees 18; Jan., note 10
Woodruffe, Mr., merchant, captured by spaniards 25
Ziegenhagen, Friedrich Michael, Court Chaplain, Reverend Father of Georgia Salzburgers, composes song 21
Zittrauer, Ruprecht, Salz who deserted Ebenezer, dies in Charleston 46
Zouberbuhler (Zuberbiller), Bartholomäus, Anglican minister in Savannah 74; Aug., note 7