Georgian England, Swiss American Historical Society, Swiss America
After Ochs had offered his services in the exportation of Mennonites from Bern, his documentary biography becomes quiet for some time, some ten years. No document is known that shows Bern 's acceptance of his offer of assistance, none even verifying his ex istence. We know through Graffenried's accounts,1 that the landgrave's Carolina endeavor ended in di saster and in the death of surveyor Lawson in September 1711.2 The name Ochs could not be found in any of the decade's consulted sources in Bern with the exception of bapti smal records that name the children born to the Ochs couple.
"Ochs in Georgian England,"
Swiss American Historical Society Review: Vol. 48
, Article 6.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/sahs_review/vol48/iss2/6