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First Jewish Child Born in Savannah, Georgia.

4/6/2012 4/6/2012

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...

8/9/2008 10/28/2011

Jacob Matthews (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 ...

3/3/2011 3/4/2011

John Musgrove, Jr., Indian Trader MP (1695 - 1735)

"Johnny Musgrove"

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 ...

3/3/2011 3/4/2011

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...

3/2/2011 3/4/2011

Adam Bosomworth (c.1700 - d.)

agent for Indian affairs in Carolina. Links

3/3/2011 3/4/2011

Thomas Bosomworth (c.1700 - d.)

Brief Biography 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...

3/3/2011 3/4/2011