Blackcoats among the Delaware: David Zeisberger on the Ohio Frontier

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Appendix B

THE GOSHEN MISSION: ANNUAL POPULATION STATISTICS
Year Moravian
Church
Archives
(Box/Folder:
Page Number)
Married
Persons
Single
Men,
Women,
Widows, &
Widowers
Children Communi-
cants
Baptized
not incl.
Communi-
cants
Unbap-
tized
Natives
Total
1798 (The mission began October 4, 1798) Not Recorded 37
1799 171/6:11 28 5 17 21 25 4 50
1800 171/8:11 40 8 23 28 32 11 71
1801 171/9:34 28 6 20 14 31 9 54a
1802 171/11:6 30 4 14 16 21 11 48
1803 171/13:66 24 4 18 10 29 7 46
1804 173/1:36 21 5 11 11 20 6 37b
1805 173/2:44 13 3 6 7 11 4 22c
1806 173/3:33 13 1 9 7 13 3 23
1807 173/4:11 10 2 10 7 12 3 22
1808 173/5:26 9 3 12 6 15 3 24
1809 173/6:16 11 4 14 10 16 3 29d
1810 173/7:26 11 6 18 9 24 2 35
1811 173/8:15 10 3 15 7 18 3 28
1812 173/10:3 6 5 16 8 16 3 27
1813 173/10:7 8 6 12 7 18 1 26
1814 173/11:46 6 6 13 Not Recorded 25
1815 175/1:34 6 6 15 3 20 4 27
1816 175/2:40 6 9 14 4 16 9 29
1817 175/3:17 Not Recorded 5 14 7 26
1818 175/4:25 Not Recorded 4 16 7 27
1819 175/6:6 Not Recorded 4 16 7 27
1820 175/7:9 Not Recorded 5 21 4 30
1821 Mission closed November 5, 1821
Source: Compiled from Moravian Church Archives.
aFounding of the White River mission.
bFounding of the Pettquotting second mission.
cSuicide of Ignatius's son, Henry.
dAbandonment of the Pettquotting mission.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Preface xi
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • Part I The Wilderness Years 1772-1798 1
  • One the Ambiguous Delaware 3
  • Two the Great Dispersement 34
  • Three from Disaster to a New Beginning 51
  • Four Return to the Ohio Country 64
  • Five Pettquotting the New Salem 76
  • Six from the Detroit River to the Retrenche 87
  • Part 2 The Goshen Mission Years 1798-1821 105
  • Seven the Goshen Mission 107
  • Eight Goshen Mission Life an Overview 124
  • Nine Without Their Beloved David 152
  • Part 3 Record of Burials, the Goshen Mission Cemetery 173
  • Origins of the Goshen Biographical Sketches 175
  • Burials 1-44, 1799-1823 177
  • Appendix A 241
  • Appendix B 243
  • Appendix C 244
  • Appendix D 245
  • Appendix E 246
  • Appendix F 248
  • Appendix G 249
  • Notes 255
  • Bibliography 267
  • Index 273
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