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(1715 - 1796)
"Betty (Gilbert) Mears Lyndall"
Daughter of Robert & Margaret Gilbert. She Migrated from England with the Oglethorp Colony in 1735. Husband was lost at sea. She continued on with her son John and went to Georgia with Quakers.
(1710 - 1739)
William Mears was born in England in 1710. He came to America with Mr. Olethorp in 1735. He was lost at sea and left his widow, Elizabeth Gilbert and their son, John. The widow married Benjamin Tyudall...
Ralph (Abraham) de Ledesma MP
(1733 - d.)
First Jewish Child Born in Savannah, Georgia.
Hernando de Soto y Arias de Tinoco MP
(c.1496 - 1542)
Hernando de Soto (c.1496/1497–1542) was a Spanish explorer and conquistador who, while leading the first European expedition deep into the territory of the modern-day United States, was the fi...
(b. - 1742)
Jacob Matthews ... had been an indentured servant [of Mary Musgrove's late husband John Musgrove]. Jacob was a colorful figure known as a critic of English authority, a successful planter, and a heavy ...
John Musgrove, Jr., Indian Trader MP
(1695 - 1735)
John Musgrove Jr. was born in South Carolina around 1695 and died at "Cowpen Plantation," north of Savannah, Georgia on 12 June 1735, of a fever (probably malaria). " ... a well-educated member of the ...
Coosaponakesee (Mary Musgrove) MP
(c.1700 - c.1767)
"Mary Bosomworth", "Cousaponokeesa", "Consaponaheeso", "Mary Matthews"
Mary Musgrove Bosomworth (ca. 1700- ca. 1767), sometimes called the Empress of the Creek Nation , [fn1] played a vital role in the founding of Georgia in colonial America. The daughter of a Creek India...
(c.1700 - d.)
agent for Indian affairs in Carolina.
(c.1700 - d.)
BOSOMWORTH, Thomas, clergyman. He came to America with General Oglethorpe's regiment of Highlanders in 1736. About 1749 he married Mary Musgrove, or Mathews, a woman of the Creek nati...