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THE ORIGIN OF THE REFORMED CHURCH IN SOUTH CAROLINA

WM. J. HINKE
Journal of the Presbyterian Historical Society (1901-1930)
Vol. 3, No. 8 (DECEMBER, 1906), pp. 367-389
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[Footnotes]
  • 1
    History of the Presbyterian Church in South Carolina, Columbia, 1870, pp. 105- 116, 165-170
  • 2
    Hewat's Historical Account of the Rise and Progress of the Colonies of South Carolina and Georgia, London, 1779, in Carroll's Historical Collections of South Carolina, Yol. I, p. 295.
  • 3
    Halle, in Verlegung des Waysenhauses, 1735.
  • 4
    Dalcho, An Historical Account of the Protestant Episcopal Church in South Carolina, Charleston, 1820, p. 385.
  • 5
    Urlsperger Reports, Yol. I, p. 89.
  • 6
    History of the Presbyterian Church in South Carolina, Colum- bia, 1870, p. 210. "On November 16, 1734
  • 7
    Urlsperger Reports, Yol. I, p. 266.
  • 8
    l. c. Vol. I, p. 277.
  • 9
    l. c. Vol. I, p. 368.
  • 10
    l. c. Vol. I, p. 591.
  • 11
    l. c. Vol. I, p. 2162f.
  • 12
    l. c. Vol. I, p. 2223.
  • 13
    Howe, History, p. 578.
  • 14
    Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. XI, p. 390.
  • 15
    Dalcho, Historical Account, p. 385f.
  • 17
    Quoted from Howe, History, p. 216.
  • 18
    Urlsperger Beports, Yol. I, p. 2174.
  • 19
    Hans Wernhard Traehsler. Its full title reads: Kurtzverfasste Eeiss-Beschreiiung eines, neulich aus der in West-Indien gelegenen Landschaft Carolina, in sein Vaterland Zurückgekommenen Lands-Angehörigen, samt Bericht von dieses Lands Art, Natur und Eigenschaften.
  • 20
    This reference contains 7 citations:
    • Especially Rev. G. D. Bernheim in his History of the German Settle- ments and of the Lutheran Church in North and South Carolina, Phila- delphia, 1872, pp. 104-105.
    • Dalcho in his History, p. 333, states that the younger Giessen- danner was ' ' a minister of the Lutheran church. ' '
    • The fact that Rev. J. J. Zubly, a Reformed minister, served the congregation from 1747-1753
    • Rev. John Gasser from 1754 to perhaps 1759
    • Lutheran pastor came in 1760, the Rev. John George Eriderichs. 3
    • Carolina Gazette, and the Lutheran pastors at Ebenezer testify that Giessendanner came with the second colony of Swiss to Carolina in 1737
    • The Lutheran periodical, Acta-historico-ecclesiastica, states
  • 21
    Letter of Rev. M. Kambli of Lichtensteig, dated September 7, 1906.
  • 22
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • His life in Germany is given on the investigations of Max Goebel in Zeitschrift für historische Theologie, 1854, p. 418
    • Hallesche Nachrichten, new ed., 1886, Vol. I, p. 30.
  • 23
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • The entries in his church record, which is still in existence, come to an end in the summer of 1738.
    • Bernheim, History, p. 107.
  • 24
    Urlsperger Eeports, Vol. I, pp. 2174, 2176.
  • 25
    Bernheim, History, pp. 113-116.
  • 26
    Howe, History, p. 191.
  • 27
    Acta Historico-Ecclesiastica, Weimar, 1742, Vol. VI, 890.
  • 28
    Urlsperger Reports, Yol. Il, p. 1079, under date August 13, 1741.
  • 29
    Bernheim, History, p. 121.
  • 30
    Bernheim, History, p. 122.
  • 33
    Urlsperger Reports, Yol. I, p. 1037.
  • 34
    l. c. Vol. I, p. 1044.
  • 35
    l. c. Vol. I, p. 1060.
  • 36
    l. c. Yol. I, p. 2385.
  • 37
    Letter from Rev. E. Sehlegel, dated September 12,
  • 38
    Urlsperger Beports, Vol. I, p. 616.
  • 39
    l. c. Vol. II, p. 278.
  • 40
    l. c. Yol. II, p. 313.
  • 41
    l. c. Yol. Π, p. 1122.
  • 42
    The entries in the Journals of Council, bearing on this incident, are given in full by Bernheim, History, pp. 111-118.
  • 43
    According to Stevens, History of Georgia, p. 359, he arrived at Frederica, January 22, 1746.
  • 45
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Bernheim, History, p. 127.
    • Wahrhaftige und gantz Zuverlässige Gute Zeitung von der Königlich- Englischen Provintz Carolina, St. Gall, 1740
  • 46
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Urlsperger Reports, Yol. II, p. 1791
    • Mr. Biemsperger, to Saxe-Gotha. " 1. c. p. 1808.
  • 47
    Evangelical Beview, Vol. I, p. 540, quoted in Bernheim, History, p. 138.
  • 48
    Urlsperger Reports, Vol. IV, p. 672.
  • 49
    Bernheim, History, p. 203.
  • 50
    Bernheim, History, pp. 291-311
  • 51
    Bernheim, History, p. 140.
  • 52
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Rev. Mr. Zubly himself to Dr. Stiles, dated December 10, 1768
    • Stiles MSS., Yale College Library, quoted in Howe's History, p. 266.
  • 53
    St. Gall, Zubly became pastor at Purysburg after his arrival in America. According to Bernheim (History, p. 225)
  • 54
    Howe, History, p. 266.
  • 55
    Howe, History, p. 266.
  • 56
    Bernheim, History, p. 226.
  • 57
    Howe, History, p. 267.
  • 58
    Minutes of the Commissioners of the Classis of Amsterdam, under date June 30, 1755.
  • 60
    History of Orangeburg County, S.c.,Orangeburg, 1898, pp.93-215.