"Br. W. Bourquin enthüllt den Georg-Schmidt-Gedenkstein am 9.7.1937 in Gnadental. Haus von Georg Schmidt stand dort, wo der Kaktus emporragt, links vom Beschauer im Bild" ("Br[other] W. Bourquin reveals the Georg-Schmidt-Memorial stone 1937-07-9 in Genadendal. Georg Schmidt's house stood where the cactus towers, left from the viewer"). In the center the memorial stone with a plaque, W. Bourquin to the right of the plaque. Two groups of people: on the left and in the right background. Between the two groups trees. Behind the group on the right a house.; Georg Schmidt (1709-1785), born in Kunewalde, was a missionary of the Herrnhuter Brüdergemeine in South Africa from 1737-1744. He served in Söte Mecks Valley and Sergeant Revier (Baviaanskloof, i.e. Genadendal). In 1744 he went back to Europe and two years later he married Maria Wahovsky[?] in Herrnhaag. He died in Niesky, Germany. -- A further picture of the Memorial Stone can be found under Record Number 13336.