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Simmonds, Arrived 6 February 1736

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Date: 14 Oct 1735 to 6 Feb 1736
Location: Province of Georgiamap
Surnames/tags: Southern Colonies Moravians
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The sticker for Immigrants of this sailing including those from England and the Georgia Moravian Profiles:

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{{Nonmigrating Ancestor |addinfo=Moravian Immigrant to Province of Georgia |flag=Georgia_Moravians.png |tooltip=Moravian Church Logo}}
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Moravian Immigrant to Province of Georgia
{{Migrating Ancestor | origin = Moravia | destination = Province of Georgia | origin-flag = Flags-16.jpg | destination-flag = US_Southern_Colonies_British_Georgia-4.jpg }}
Flag of Moravia
... ... ... migrated from Moravia to Province of Georgia.
Flag of Province of Georgia
{{Migrating Ancestor |origin= England |destination= Province of Georgia |origin-flag= Flags-8.jpg |destination-flag= US_Southern_Colonies_British_Georgia-4.jpg }}
Flag of England
... ... ... migrated from England to Province of Georgia.
Flag of Province of Georgia
{{US Southern Colonist Sticker|Georgia}}
U.S. Southern Colonies Project logo
... ... ... was a Georgia colonist.

To More Details on the the Province of Georgia Moravians, visit: Space:Georgia_Moravians


The Passengers of the Simmonds

The Passengers on this Ship mostly English (80 in total) but also included 26 Moravians. These would be the first Morvians to settle in the Province of Georgia. This is also the Sailing that included Methodist Minister, John Wesley (1703-1791) and his brother, Charles Wesley (1707-1788).
  • Barisch, Math.—Husband man; Moravian. The Trustees advanced the passage of the Moravians, which was some years honestly repaid by them.
  • Brownfeild, Jo.— lot 175 in Savannah. Had been servant to Col.Oglethorpe, and was made Register & Naval Officer 7 October 1735 but tis said gave it up in 1739. He was negligent in that office, and trouble some to the magistrates, and is factor for some English merchants. Afterwards he protest great zeal to perform his office, but absolutely neglected, of different religions 1: of the Chch. England; 2. a follower of Whitfeild; 3. of Wesley; & 4. a Moravian. Dead 24 March 1737/8.
  • Buner, Jo.—Joyner; Moravian
  • Demight, Gotlieb—Carpenter; Moravian.
  • Demitifin, Regina— Moravian.
  • Dober, Jo. Andr.—Potter; Moravian School Master at Highgate in Savannah Province. Quitted 1740
  • ——, Ann Cath., wife of Jo.—Do. [Moravian School Mistress at Highgate?] Quitted 1740.
  • Franks, Jacob—Vintager; Moravian
  • Haberechten, Godfrit — Weaver & dyer; Moravian.
  • ——, Rosine, wife of Godfrit.— Moravian
  • Haberland, Geo.—Mason; Moravian.
  • Haberland, Michl.—Carpenter; Moravian
  • Jagg, David—Husbandman; Moravian.
  • Jaskin, Juliana—Spinster; Moravian.
  • David Nitschmann (1696-1772), Moravian Minister
  • Ruscher, Godtfrid—Linnen weaver; embark'd 14 Oct. 1735; arrived Feb. 1735-6. Moravian #1288
  • Schwabb, (boy - page 196 Egmont Journal)
  • August Gottlieb Spangenberg (1704-1792), Moravian Minister

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