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March 19, 1747 Mr Cretien Von Munch and the Rev. Sauel Urlsperger, of Augsburgh, are chosen as "corresponding members" of the trust established to manage Georgia. They never attend a meeting, but correspond information about German immigration
July 20, 1747 Mary Musgrove, with her husband Thomas Bosomworth and about 200 Creek Indian warriors, marches into Savannah and proclaims herself the Queen of the Creek. She demands payment for services rendered to the colony of Georgia.
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August 10, 1747 Queen of the Creeks, Mary Musgrove, claims ownership of much of Georgia, including the land from Savannah to Pipe Makers Bluff
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December 14, 1747 Mico Malatchi made Head of the Creek nation (Muscogee Confederacy). Malatchi then gives Thomas and Mary Bosomworth Ossabaw, St. Catherines and Sapalo islands
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