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December 14, 1703 Colonel James Moore (Governor of South Carolina) begins a southward sweep for Spanish and Spanish-friendly Indians from the trading post at Ocmulgee Old Fields.
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December 15, 1703 John Martin Bolzius born, Forst, Germany
December 19, 1703 Attacked as they approach a fortified position, Colonel Moore, 50 irregulars and about 1,000 Creek Indians attack the town of Ayaville, in present-day Worth County on the Flint River
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  Worth County, Georgia
December 29, 1703 Colonel Moore states he reached Appalachia, and is now returning to Ocmulgee after successfully battling the Spanish and Indians.
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