Jan January
Feb February
Mar March
Apr April
May May
Jun June
Jul July
Aug August
Sep September
Oct October
Nov November
Dec December

In Their Own Words

November 24, 1737

Stephens Heard of Wesley’s Intent to Leave

William Stephens recorded in his journal his “little” surprise at hearing that John Wesley would soon be leaving Georgia to return to England:

“Mr. Jones the Surveyor being come to Town again, I went with him to see the five Acre Lot, where I purposed at present to employ what Hands I had ; and as it was run out before, he readily shewed me the Bounds, and renewed the Marks in each Line, which had been formerly made. At my return to Town, I was a little surprised to hear that Mr. Wesley had fix’d up a public Advertisement signifying his Intent of going soon for England.”

Source: Allen D. Candler, ed. The Colonial Records of the State of Georgia, Vol. IV, Stephens’ Journal 1737-1740, Atlanta, GA, 1906, pp. 35-36.