Nebentrost, George a Bohemian Protestant divine, who was obliged to quit his native land during the Anti-Reformation movement at the close of the 16th century, was born at Annaberg in 1577. After having, by due preparation, fitted himself for the ministry, he preached for two years at Dobritzschei and Neschwitz; was then exiled, and resided three years at Pressnitz and Annaberg; and was then again a minister of the Protestant doctrines at Johstadt, where he suffered much during the Thirty-years' War. He died in 1657, on the same day on which he had, fifty-eight years before, begun his clerical duties in Bohemia. See Pescheck, The Ref. and Anti-Ref. in Bohemia, 2:405.