Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Descendants of Amatoya Moytoy

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 Generation No. 1


1. AMATOYA1 MOYTOY was born Abt. 1640 in Chota, Cherokee Nation, East TN. He married QUATSY. She was born Abt. 1650 in Tellico, Cherokee Nation, East TN.

Notes for AMATOYA MOYTOY:
      There were two Chief Moytoys. The first was Chief Amatoya Moytoy of Chota, born about 1640 who married Quatsy of Tellico (of the Wolf Clan). The second is Chief Moytoy aka The Pigeon of Tellico born about 1687. The second Moytoy is believed to be either the son or grandson of Amatoya Moytoy.
      It is believed that Amatoya Moytoy had 3 sons and 8 daughters. These include Chief Kana-gatoga (Old Hop) and Nancy Moytoy. Nancy Moytoy is believed to have been the mother of Chief Attakullakulla "Little Carpenter", Killaneca the Buck, Betsy and Tame Doe. Tame Doe was the mother of Tsistuna-Gis-Ke (Nancy Ward) and Longfellow of Chistatoa.
     
Children of AMATOYA MOYTOY and QUATSY are:
            i.                     TISTOE2, b. Abt. 1680.
            ii.                     OUKAH-ULAH, b. Abt. 1681; d. Abt. 1755.
            Notes for OUKAH-ULAH:
Attended 1730, Delegation to King George II
Blood: Full Blood Cherokee
Clan: Wolf Clan (Quatsy)
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iii.                    NANCY MOYTOY, b. Abt. 1683.
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iv.                    MOYTOY, b. Abt. 1687, Tellico, TN; d. 1741, Cherokee Nation, East TN.
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v.                    OLD HOP, b. Abt. 1690, Chota on Little Tennessee River; d. August 1761, Chota on Little Tennessee River.


Descendants of Amatoya Moytoy

Generation No. 2


2. NANCY2 MOYTOY (AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1683. She married WHITE OWL RAVEN. He was born Abt. 1680.

Notes for NANCY MOYTOY:
Blood: Full Blood Cherokee
Clan: Wolf Clan (Quatsy)
     
Children of NANCY MOYTOY and WHITE RAVEN are:
5.
i.                     ATTAKULLAKULLA3, b. Abt. 1708, Seviers Island, TN; d. May 1777, Nachestown, NC (now TN).
            ii.                     KILLANECA, b. Abt. 1712.
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iii.                    TAME DOE, b. Abt. 1716; d. Abt. 1760.
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iv.                    BETSY, b. Abt. 1720; d. Abt. 1793.


3. MOYTOY2 (AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1687 in Tellico, TN, and died 1741 in Cherokee Nation, East TN.

Notes for MOYTOY:
Moytoy Pigeon, of Tellico
Supreme Chief of the Cherokee 1730 -- 1760
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The Eastern Band of Cherokee, by John R Finger, Univ of TN Press, Knoxville:
[Early Cherokee society was atomized into clans with individual chiefs]...
Sir Alexander Cuming boldly addressed this problem in 1730 by traveling to Cherokee country and proclaiming a single chief, Moytoy, as the first chief and King of his people.
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Moytoy : a Cherokee chief recognized by the English as "emperor" in 1730. Both the correct form and the meaning of the name are uncertain; the name occurs again as Moyatoy in a document of 1793; a boy upon the East Cherokee reservation a few years ago bore the name of Ma’tayi, for which no meaning
can be found or given.
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Old Frontiers, by John P Brown, also details a Moytoy of Settico who was rampaiging through VA after the death of "Emperor" Moytoy of Tellico.

More About MOYTOY:
Blood: Full Blood Cherokee
Clan: Wolf Clan (Quatsy)
     
Children of MOYTOY are:
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i.                     OCONOSTOTA3, b. Abt. 1704; d. March 1783.
            ii.                     CLOGOITTAH, b. Abt. 1706.
            Notes for CLOGOITTAH:
CLOGOITTAH (Source: John P Brown, Old Frontiers, (Reprint edition, 1971, by Arno Press, Inc), 43.), b. c 1706.

More About CLOGOITTAH:
Attended: 1730, Delegation to King George II
Blood: Full Blood Cherokee
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iii.                    KITEGISTA, b. Abt. 1708; d. Aft. 1788.
            iv.                    TATHTOWE, b. Abt. 1712.
            Notes for TATHTOWE:
Attended: 1730, Delegation to King George II
Blood: Full Blood Cherokee
            v.                    KILLAQUE, b. Abt. 1714.
            vi.                    OUNACONOA, b. Abt. 1716.
            vii.                   SKALILOSKEN, b. Abt. 1718.
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viii.                  GREAT EAGLE, b. Abt. 1720.
            ix.                    OUKAII-OUKAH, b. Abt. 1722.
            x.                    KOLLANNAH, b. Abt. 1724.
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xi.                    AH-NEE-WA-KEE, b. Abt. 1726.
            xii.                   AMA-SCOSSITE, b. Abt. 1728.
            Notes for AMA-SCOSSITE:
Source: John P Brown, Old Frontiers, (Reprint edition, 1971, by Arno Press, Inc) pg 46.
Old Frontiers, pg 66: "The name Amo-Scossite means bad or dreadful water. A descendant of the same name died while on the way to the west during the removal, 1838.

Blood: Full Blood Cherokee. .

4. OLD2 HOP (AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1690 in Chota on Little Tennessee River, and died August 1761 in Chota on Little Tennessee River. He married SU-GI. She was born Abt. 1700.

Notes for OLD HOP:
From Old Frontiers, pg 46:
      "The chief selected as Moytoy's successor was Kana-gatoga of Chote, known to the white men as Old Hop because he was lame. His Cherokee name, Kana-gatoga means 'Standing Turkey.'
      "Old Hop was an unselfish leader of his people, and was recognized by all as being the actual head of the nation. Even the Little Carpenter, whose influence was unbounded, deferred to the judgment and wishes of Old Hop.
      "Old Hop has been confused by some historians with Oconostota. His name has been variously spelled owing to the difficulty of Cherokee pronunciation, as Conacorte, Kanatuckgo, Cunnicatogue, Conogtocke, etc. The correct Cherokee form is Kana-gatoga, from kana (turkey) and gatoga (standing).
      "Old Hop was advanced in age when he was chosen as Moytoy's successor. There are numerous references in the correspondence of the time indicating him as an old man. Governor Lyttleton wrote him in 1756: 'As I hear you are old and unable to walk to Charles Town, though I very much wish for it, I cannot expect to see you.'"
                             
From Old Frontiers, pg 67:
      "Old Hop in his talk to Demere, gave unusual evidence of patriotism. He said, 'I am now old and lie upon a bad bearskin. My life is not more than an inch long, and I know not when a bullet may cut it short. I want my brothers Captains Demere and Stuart to remember that the Great Warrior, Oconostota, and his brother are the only two men in the nation that ought to be thought of after my death.
      "'It is true that Willenawah and the Little Carpenter are my nephews, but I do not know how they would behave. If I had not remembered what I owe to a country I love, and had in mind to behave like a father, I would recommend my two sons, but I know them to be incapable, and biased by every lie that comes. I do not know how they will turn out, but I do know the others, for drunk or sober, they always admonish the Indians to love the white people.'"

      Old Hop died shortly before the end of the Cherokee-English war of 1760-1761. Little Carpenter announced his death to the council as noted in "Old Frontiers", page 115:

      "Our Headman, Old Hop, is gone to sleep, and the Standing Turkey is come into his room, but he has little to say, being just come to the government. The other chiefs present will remember how strongly Old Hop recommended to the nation to live in peace and friendship with the white people."
(Note: The Standing Turkey referred to in this paragraph is the nephew of Old Hop.)

From Old Frontiers, pg 46:
      "Old Hop had a nephew, also named Standing Turkey, an active warrior who at his uncle's death served a short time as his successor. It was the younger Standing Turkey who conducted a four day assault upon Fort Loudoun in 1760, and who signed the articles of capitulation of the stronghold."

      In old Cherokee culture there were generally three leaders in each town/village. The Red Chief was the "War Chief," he dealt with war, and was in charge of trading and other outside contact. The White Chief was the "Peace Chief," he led during peace time and controlled civil affairs. There was also a High Priest or conjuror. A good example is the old city of Echota. This town was headed by Attakullakulla (white chief), Oconostota (red chief), and Old Hop (high priest).

      I have read that the Wolf Clan and the Paint Clan are sometimes referred to as "the Red clan." because of having many of the Red Chiefs coming from its members.

     
Child of OLD HOP and SU-GI is:
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i.                     SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, b. Abt. 1732, Cherokee Nation, East TN.



Descendants of Amatoya Moytoy

Generation No. 3


5. ATTAKULLAKULLA3 (NANCY2 MOYTOY, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1708 in Seviers Island, TN, and died May 1777 in Nachestown, NC (now TN). He married OLLIE, daughter of OCONOSTOTA and WOMAN CLAN. She was born Abt. 1720.

Notes for ATTAKULLAKULLA:
aka Little Carpenter
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A noted Cherokee chief, recognized by the British government as the head chief or "emperor" of the Nation, about 1760 and later, and commonly known to the whites as the Little Carpenter (Little Cornplanter, by mistake, in Haywood). The name is frequently spelled Atta-kulla-kulla, Ata-kullakulla
or Ata-culculla. It may be rendered "Leaning wood," from ata’, "Wood" and gul kalu, a verb implying that something long is leaning, without sufficient support, against some other object; it has no first person form. Bartram describes him as "A man of remarkably small stature, slender and of a delicate frame, the only instance I saw in the Nation; but he is a man of superior abilities."


More About ATTAKULLAKULLA (Ata’-gul kalu’)
Attended: 1730, Delegation to King George II
Blood: 1/2 Cherokee, 1/2 Algonquin(?)
Clan: Wolf Clan (Quatsy)
Signer: March 1775, Henderson's Treaty, Sycamore Shoals

Notes for OLLIE:
Blood: Full Blood Cherokee
Clan: Paint Clan (Mrs Oconostota)
     
Children of ATTAKULLAKULLA and OLLIE are:
13.
i.                     DRAGGING4 CANOE, b. Abt. 1734, The Overhill Settlements (now Monroe Co), TN; d. March 01, 1792, Lookout Town, TN.
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ii.                     TAH-CHEE, b. Abt. 1736; d. Aft. 1828.
            iii.                    THE BADGER, b. Abt. 1738.
            Notes for THE BADGER:
Attended 1: November 1788, Eustinali council
Attended 2: June 1792, Estinawa council
Blood: 3/4 Cherokee
Clan: Paint Clan (Mrs Oconostota)
            iv.                    LITTLE OWL, b. Abt. 1740.
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v.                    OLLIE II, b. Abt. 1756.
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vi.                    TURTLE-AT-HOME, b. Abt. 1758.
            vii.                   WURTAGUA, b. Abt. 1760; m. JOHN WATTS, JR; b. Abt. 1750, Willstown, AL; d. Abt. 1808, Willstown, AL.
            Notes for JOHN WATTS, JR:
aka Young Tassel and Kunoskeskie . .

6. TAME3 DOE (NANCY2 MOYTOY, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1716, and died Abt. 1760. She married FIVE KILLER. He was born Abt. 1710.

Notes for TAME DOE:
"Myths of the Cherokee Indians", James Mooney, p 203-204; [Nancy Ward's] father was a British officer named Ward and her mother was the sister of Atakullakulla."

More About TAME DOE:
Blood: 1/2 Cherokee, 1/2 Algonquin(?)
Clan: Wolf Clan (Quatsy)

Notes for FIVE KILLER:
aka Skayagustuegwo and the Raven of Chota [#2]

More About FIVE KILLER:
Blood: Delaware Tribe?
     
Children of TAME DOE and FIVE KILLER are:
            i.                     LONG4 FELLOW, b. Abt. 1736.
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ii.                     NANYE'HI, b. Abt. 1738, Chota, City of Refuge, NC; d. Abt. 1824, Cherokee Nation, Polk Co, TN.


7. BETSY3 (NANCY2 MOYTOY, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1720, and died Abt. 1793. She married HANGING MAW. He was born Abt. 1710, and died April 1794.

Notes for BETSY:
Cherokee Myths, pg 74,
"...Cap John Beard attacks... killing several including the wife of Hanging Maw."

More About BETSY:
Blood: 1/2 Cherokee, 1/2 Algonquin(?)
Clan: Wolf Clan (Quatsy)

Notes for HANGING MAW:
aka Scolacutta and Uskwa'li-gu'ta
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Old Frontiers, John P Brown, pg 388: "Hanging Maw fought with President Washington in the French and Indian war. "
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Old Frontiers, John P Brown, pg 309: "....[1790] following the death of Old Tassel, those Cherokee towns inclined toward peace had seperated roughly into two groups. Hanging Maw (Scolacuta) had been selected as Principal Chief to succede the Tassel, but the lower towns east of Lookout Mt, Coosawatie, Elijay, Ustinali, and Etowah recognized Little Turkey as their head man.

More About HANGING MAW:
Attended: March 1775, Henderson's Treaty, Sycamore Shoals
Blood: Full Blood Cherokee
Residence: 1793, Coyatee
     
Children of BETSY and HANGING MAW are:
18.
i.                     WILLICOE4 MAW, b. Abt. 1760.
            ii.                     ___________ MAW, b. Abt. 1765.


8. OCONOSTOTA3 (MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1704, and died March 1783. He married WOMAN OF THE PAINT CLAN. She was born Abt. 1704.

Notes for OCONOSTOTA:
Oconostota aka The Great Warrior
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(A’gansta’ta) - "groundhog-sausage," from a’gana, groundhog, and tsista’u, "I am pounding it," understood to refer to pounding meat, etc., in a mortar, after having first crisped it before the fire. A war chief, noted in the Cherokee war of 1760, and prominent until about the close of the Revolution, known to the whites as
Oconostota. Also the Cherokee name for Colonel Gideon Morgan of the war of 1812, for Washington Morgan, his son, of the Civil war, and now for a full-blood upon the reservation, known to the whites as Morgan Calhoun.
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Old Frontiers, John P Brown, pg 165;
Oconostota references "my nephew, Savenooka, Raven of Chote"

More About OCONOSTOTA:
Blood: Full Blood Cherokee
Signer: March 1775, Henderson's Treaty, Sycamore Shoals
     
Children of OCONOSTOTA and WOMAN CLAN are:
19.
i.                     OLLIE4, b. Abt. 1720.
20.
ii.                     THE TERRAPIN, b. Abt. 1736; d. Aft. 1796.
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iii.                    DAUGHTER OF OCONOSTOTA, b. Abt. 1730.


9. KITEGISTA3 (MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1708, and died Aft. 1788.

Notes for KITEGISTA:
(Source: John P Brown, Old Frontiers, (Reprint edition, 1971,
by Arno Press, Inc), 114.) was born c 1708, and died Aft. 1788.

Notes for KITEGISTA:
Old Frontiers, pg 114;
"Another requirement [of the peace treaty to end the Cherokee-English war of 1760] was that the head men of the nation, Oconostota being mentioned specifically, were to assemble at Charles Town on December 16th [1761] to ratify the treaty, and this they did. Oconostota, however, was still wary of trusting himself within the power of the English, but sent his brother Kitegista with a peace pipe to represent him.

More About KITEGISTA:
Attended: 1730, Delegation to King George II
Blood: Full Blood Cherokee
     
Child of KITEGISTA is:
            i.                     BETTY4 KITEGISTA, b. Abt. 1738; d. June 12, 1793.
            Notes for BETTY KITEGISTA:
(Source: John P Brown, Old Frontiers, (Reprint edition, 1971, by Arno Press, Inc), 386.), b. c 1738; d. June 12, 1793.

Notes for BETTY KITEGISTA:
Old Frontiers, John P Brown, pg 386; [June 12, 1793, at a gathering of Chiefs in Coyatee at Hanging Maw's] ... Scantee, Fool Charlie and Betty, a daughter of Kitegista, were killed. . .



Descendants of Amatoya Moytoy

10. GREAT3 EAGLE (MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1720.
     
Children of GREAT EAGLE are:
22.
i.                     OLD4 TASSEL, CHIEF, b. Abt. 1738; d. June 1788.
23.
ii.                     WURTEH, b. Abt. 1742, Tasagi Town.
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iii.                    CHIEF DOUBLEHEAD, b. Abt. 1744, Stearns, KY; d. August 09, 1807, Hiwasse River, TN.
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iv.                    PUMPKIN BOY, b. Abt. 1746; d. Abt. 1793.
            v.                    UNKNOWN BOY, b. Abt. 1748; d. Abt. 1816.
            Notes for UNKNOWN BOY:
1842 Cherokee Claims, Skin Bayou District, claim of Katy Spencer nee Pumpkin;
Katy states that she lived with her uncle after her father died, and that he died c1816. . .

11. AH-NEE-WA-KEE3 (MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1726. She married CORNELIUS DOUGHERTY. He was born Abt. 1720, and died Abt. 1779 in Seneca Old Town on the Keowee.

Notes for AH-NEE-WA-KEE:
Blood: Full Blood Cherokee

Notes for CORNELIUS DOUGHERTY:
Blood: Non-Cherokee
Note: "Indian Countryman" of Hiawassee
     
Children of AH-NEE-WA-KEE and CORNELIUS DOUGHERTY are:
26.
i.                     JAMES4 DOUGHERTY, SR, b. Abt. 1750.
            ii.                     JANE DOUGHERTY, b. Abt. 1745.
            Notes for JANE DOUGHERTY:
From "Old Frontiers" by John P Brown: Jane, the daughter of Cornelius Dougherty, visited Philadelphia in June, 1792
(ASPIA I:245); She was born in 1745 and was still living in 1826 (Moulton I:117)

ASPIA=American State Papers, Indian Affairs
Moulton= John Ross' Papers edited by Gary Moulton in two volumes

More About JANE DOUGHERTY:
Blood: 1/2 Cherokee. .

12. SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER (OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1732 in Cherokee Nation, East TN. She married DAVID MCDANIEL Abt. 1752 in Cherokee Nation, East TN. He was born Abt. 1716 in Scotland.

Notes for DAVID MCDANIEL:
Called "Trader", some reports show his other name to be William, some James, and others show David. It has been suggested that perhaps his full name was James David William McDaniel. Ludovic Grant in his letter of May 4, 1752 to Governor Glen referred to him simply as David McDaniel.
(Source: South Carolina Indian Affairs Documents, page 238)
     
Children of SOOKIE HOPPER and DAVID MCDANIEL are:
27.
i.                     CATHERINE4 MCDANIEL, b. Abt. 1763, Chota, Cherokee Nation, East TN; d. Aft. 1818.
28.
ii.                     JOHN MCDANIEL, b. Abt. 1764, Chota, Cherokee Nation, East TN; d. 1811, GA.
            iii.                    WILLIAM MCDANIEL, b. Abt. 1766.
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iv.                    ALEXANDER MCDANIEL, b. Abt. 1768; d. Abt. 1834.
            v.                    LEWIS MCDANIEL, b. Abt. 1770.
            vi.                    MARY MCDANIEL, b. Abt. 1772.
            vii.                   NANNIE MCDANIEL, b. Abt. 1774.
            viii.                  ELIZABETH MCDANIEL, b. Abt. 1775.
            ix.                    SUSANNAH MCDANIEL, b. Abt. 1776.
            x.                    RACHEL MCDANIEL, b. Abt. 1777; m. JOSEPH BURNETT.


Descendants of Amatoya Moytoy

Generation No. 4


13. DRAGGING4 CANOE (ATTAKULLAKULLA3, NANCY2 MOYTOY, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1734 in The Overhill Settlements (now Monroe Co), TN, and died March 01, 1792 in Lookout Town, TN. He married LEAF. She was born Abt. 1734.

Notes for DRAGGING CANOE:
Source: John P Brown, Old Frontiers, (Reprint edition, 1971, by Arno Press, Inc), pg 5.)

Dragging Canoe aka Tsi’yi-gunsi’ni, Tsu-gun-sini, Chuconsene, Cheucunsene, Kunnesee, the Savage Napoleon
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Tsi’yi-gunsi’ni :
"He is dragging a canoe," from tsi’yu, canoe (cf. Tsi’yu) otter, and gunsi’ni, "he is dragging it." "Dragging Canoe," a prominent leader of the hostile Cherokee in the Revolution. The name appears in documents as Cheucunsene and Kunnesee. (Starr also lists him as Chuconsene)
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As a 12-14 year old boy he was told he couldn't go with the war party unless he could drag the fully loaded war log canoe on land into the water. His enthusiasm and endeavors earned him the name Tsi'ui-Gunsin'ni "Dragging Canoe". This was circa 1750 when his father Atakullakulla led war parties against the French & their Native allies, including Shawnee, in the Ohio Valley.
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- Chief Dragging Canoe, Chickamauga Tsalagi (Cherokee) 1775
"Whole Indian Nations have melted away like snowballs in the sun before the white man's advance. They leave scarcely a name of our people except those wrongly recorded by their destroyers. Where are the Delawares? They have been reduced to a mere shadow of their former greatness. We had hoped that the white men would not be willing to travel beyond the mountains. Now that hope is gone. They have passed the mountains, and have settled upon Tsalagi (Cherokee) land. They wish to have that usurpation sanctioned by treaty. When that is gained, the same encroaching spirit will lead them upon other land of the Tsalagi (Cherokees). New cessions will be asked. Finally the whole country,
which the Tsalagi (Cherokees) and their fathers have so long occupied, will be demanded, and the remnant of the Ani Yvwiya, The Real People, once so great and formidable, will be compelled to seek refuge in some distant wilderness. There they will be permitted to stay only a short while, until they again behold the advancing banners of the same greedy host. Not being able to point out any further retreat for the miserable Tsalagi (Cherokees), the extinction of the whole race will be proclaimed. Should we not therefore run all risks, and incur all consequences, rather than to submit to further loss of our country? Such treaties may be alright for men who are too old to hunt or fight. As for me, I have my young warriors about me. We will hold our land."

[The Indigenous Peoples: "Indians" in North America before the European Invasion through the 19th century.] Subsequently the Henderson Purchase was repudiated and negated by both British and American governments. Individuals were not allowed to make land purchases. That right was withheld by centralized European governments dealing with tribes as nation-to-nation.
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1792 February 17; Chickamauga Chief Glass and Dragging Canoe's brother, Turtle At Home, waylaid the John Collingsworth family near Nashville, killing the father, mother, and a daughter, and capturing an eight-year-old girl. Returning to Lookout Town (near Trenton, Georgia), they held a scalp dance, grinding one of the scalps in his teeth as he performed. Dragging Canoe, recently returned from
Mississippi after meeting with Choctaws, celebrated the occasion so strenuously that he died the following morning, age ±54.

John Watts of Will's Town (near Fort Payne, Alabama), became the new Chickamauaga leader of the united war effort. Cherokee resistance continued - led a big campaign against settlements in Nashville (Buchanan Station 1793) and in upper east Tennessee led the combined Cherokee-Creek attack at
Cavett's Station in 1793 in which there were no white survivors.
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Old Frontiers, pg 5
"Tsu-gun-sini, Dragging Canoe, son of Attakullakulla, was chief of Amo-yeli-egwa, Great Island, one of the smaller Cherokee towns." March 1775]
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Old Frontiers, pg 161
[1776, Dragging Canoe] "With his followers, he seceded from the Cherokee Nation and withdrew a hundred miles down the Tennessee River where he organized a new tribe. Those Cherokees who met in treaty with the Americans, he denounced as "rogues," or worse, as "Virginians." His own followers called themselves, proudly, "Ani-Yunwiya," the Real People.

More About DRAGGING CANOE:
Attended: March 1775, Henderson's Treaty, Sycamore Shoals
Blood: 3/4 Cherokee
Clan: Paint Clan

     
Children of DRAGGING CANOE and LEAF are:
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i.                     NAKY5 CANOE, b. Abt. 1750.
            ii.                     YOUNG DRAGGING CANOE, b. Abt. 1752.


14. TAH-CHEE4 (ATTAKULLAKULLA3, NANCY2 MOYTOY, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1736, and died Aft. 1828. He married AISLEY. She was born Abt. 1740.

Notes for TAH-CHEE:
Tatsi’ : "Dutch," also written Tahchee, a western Cherokee chief about 1830.
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Cherokees in Texas TSALAGIYI NVDAGI P O Box 492 Troup, Texas 75789 (903)842-3329

A large number of Cherokee refused to move to the Indian Territory and elected to join Duwali in Texas which was under Mexican jurisdiction. Among those moving to Texas was the noted chief Tahchee, or Dutch, who had been one of the earliest emmigrants to Arkansas. Tahchee continued to raid Osage settlements in the area of Cantonment Gibson from his home along the Red River. After several years in Texas, he moved to the Indian Territory where he continued raids against the Osage.
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While the Cherokees were in Mexico, The Imperial Mexican Government of Iturbide was overthrown. In June 1823, the new govemment informed the Cherokees to return to Texas and no more Cherokees would be allowed to migrate to Mexico. To mollify the Indians, Chief Diwali was made a Lieutenant
Colonel in the Mexican Army and appointed as Administrator for all of the Indians in East Texas. Peter Ellis Bean was appointed by the Mexican Government to be Indian Agent for East Texas. Upon Fields' return to Texas, he started making an alliance with all Indian tribes in East Texas, urging those in the United States to join him. This excited the Mexican Government on the intentions of the
Cherokees, and the government tried to counter the Cherokee influence with other Indians. A great Cherokee War Chief Tahchee,also known as Dutch, left the Cherokees in Arkansas and crossed the Red River into Texas in 1827. Tahchee and his warriors lived for fighting - anyone, but preferably the Osage Indians.

More About TAH-CHEE:
Blood: 3/4 Cherokee
Clan: Paint Clan (Mrs Oconostota)
Emigration: 1828, to Texas from Arkansas
     
Children of TAH-CHEE and AISLEY are:
31.
i.                     OO-LOO-TSA5, b. Abt. 1760.
            ii.                     GI-YO-STI, b. Abt. 1770.
            iii.                    NETTLE CARRIER, b. Abt. 1772.
            Notes for NETTLE CARRIER:
Tale'danigi'ski (Hemp-carrier, Nettle-carrier, Flaxtoter) prominent chief on Valley river, Cherokee Co, NC

Clan: Paint Clan (Aisley). .

15. OLLIE4 II (ATTAKULLAKULLA3, NANCY2 MOYTOY, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1756. She married BLACK FOX. He was born Abt. 1740.

Notes for BLACK FOX:
Black Fox aka Enola of Estanaula
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Black Fox delivered the eulogy for Dragging Canoe on June 26, 1792, at the council at Ustanali.

     
Child of OLLIE and BLACK FOX is:
32.
i.                     ANNIE5 CRYINGBEAR, b. Abt. 1805.


16. TURTLE-AT-HOME4 (ATTAKULLAKULLA3, NANCY2 MOYTOY, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1758. He married AHYAGUE. She was born Abt. 1760.

Notes for TURTLE-AT-HOME:
1818-19 Calhoun Treaty ceding land north of the Hiwassee River and North and West of theTennessee signed by Secretary of War John Calhoun and Cherokee in Washington and ratified by the U.S. Senate. New Eastern Cherokee immigration to Western Cherokee. Numbers now 6,000. The Gloss, John Walker, Path Killer, Going Snake and more signed. ± Treaty signer John Boggs may have
lived at Little Cedar Mountain. His wife was Turtle At Home's daughter.

More About TURTLE-AT-HOME:
Blood: 3/4 Cherokee
Clan: Paint Clan)
     
Child of TURTLE-AT-HOME and AHYAGUE is:
            i.                     DAUGHER OF5 TURTLE-AT-HOME, b. Abt. 1780; m. JOHN BOGGS; b. Abt. 1770.


17. NANYE'HI4 (TAME3 DOE, NANCY2 MOYTOY, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1738 in Chota, City of Refuge, NC, and died Abt. 1824 in Cherokee Nation, Polk Co, TN. She married (1) TSU-LA KINGFISHERAbt. 1752 in NC. He was born Abt. 1720, and died Abt. 1755 in Canton Co, GA. She married (2) BRYAN WARD 1757. He was born Abt. 1720 in Antrim Co, Ireland, and died August 15, 1815 in Franklin Co, GA.

Notes for NANYE'HI:
Nancy Ward aka Nanye'hi -Cherokee form of Nancy
Tsistuna-gis-ke -birth name, "Wild Rose"
Ghigau -title of "Beloved Woman"
Chicouelha [?] Moravian Diary entry
War Woman of Chota

More About NANYE'HI:
Blood: 1/4 Cherokee, 1/4 Algonquin, 1/2 Delaware?
Clan: Wolf Clan (Quatsy)



Notes for TSU-LA KINGFISHER:
Blood: Full Blood Cherokee
Clan: Deer Clan
      
Children of NANYE'HI and TSU-LA KINGFISHER are:
33.
i.                     CATHERINE5 KINGFISHER, b. Abt. 1752; d. Abt. 1817, Cherokee Nation, East TN.
34.
ii.                     FIVEKILLER KINGFISHER, b. June 1755, Cherokee Nation, East TN.
     
Child of NANYE'HI and BRYAN WARD is:
35.
iii.                    ELIZABETH BETSY5 WARD, b. September 18, 1757, Cherokee Nation, East TN; d. TN.


Descendants of Amatoya Moytoy

18. WILLICOE4 MAW (BETSY3, NANCY2 MOYTOY, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1760. He married ELIZA QUA-TEE. She was born Abt. 1780.

Notes for WILLICOE MAW:
Source: John P Brown, Old Frontiers, (Reprint edition, 1971, by Arno Press, Inc), pg 404.
     
Children of WILLICOE MAW and ELIZA QUA-TEE are:
36.
i.                     NELLIE5 MAUGH, b. Abt. 1800, Cherokee Nation, East TN; d. 1847.
37.
ii.                     SUSIE MAUGH, b. Abt. 1800.


19. OLLIE4 (OCONOSTOTA3, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1720. She married ATTAKULLAKULLA, son of WHITE RAVEN and NANCY MOYTOY. He was born Abt. 1708 in Seviers Island, TN, and died May 1777 in Nachestown, NC (now TN).

Notes for OLLIE:
Blood: Full Blood Cherokee
Clan: Paint Clan (Mrs Oconostota)

Notes for ATTAKULLAKULLA:
aka Little Carpenter
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A noted Cherokee chief, recognized by the British government as the head chief or "emperor" of the Nation, about 1760 and later, and commonly known to the whites as the Little Carpenter (Little Cornplanter, by mistake, in Haywood). The name is frequently spelled Atta-kulla-kulla, Ata-kullakulla
or Ata-culculla. It may be rendered "Leaning wood," from ata’, "Wood" and gul kalu, a verb implying that something long is leaning, without sufficient support, against some other object; it has no first person form. Bartram describes him as "A man of remarkably small stature, slender and of a delicate frame, the only instance I saw in the Nation; but he is a man of superior abilities."


More About ATTAKULLAKULLA (Ata’-gul kalu’)
Attended: 1730, Delegation to King George II
Blood: 1/2 Cherokee, 1/2 Algonquin(?)
Clan: Wolf Clan (Quatsy)
Signer: March 1775, Henderson's Treaty, Sycamore Shoals
     
Children are listed above under (5) Attakullakulla.


20. THE4 TERRAPIN (OCONOSTOTA3, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1736, and died Aft. 1796.

Notes for THE TERRAPIN:
Source: John P Brown, Old Frontiers, (Reprint edition, 1971, by Arno Press, Inc), pg 5.

Notes for THE TERRAPIN:
The Terrapin aka Tuckasee of Etowah was present at the Treaty of Tellicoe Blockhouse on Nov 7, 1794.

More About THE TERRAPIN:
Attended: March 1775, Henderson's Treaty, Sycamore Shoals
Blood: Full Blood Cherokee
Clan: Paint Clan (Mrs Oconostota)
Residence: 1794, Etowah
     
Child of THE TERRAPIN is:
38.
i.                     POLLY5 TERRAPIN, b. Abt. 1768; d. Abt. 1833.


21. DAUGHTER OF4 OCONOSTOTA (OCONOSTOTA3, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1730.
     
Child of DAUGHTER OF OCONOSTOTA is:
            i.                     THE5 BARK, b. Abt. 1750.


22. OLD4 TASSEL, CHIEF (GREAT3 EAGLE, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1738, and died June 1788.

Notes for OLD TASSEL, CHIEF:
He married HANGING MAWS SISTER. She was born c 1740.

Chief Old Tassel aka
Chief Of Echota
Utsidsata "Corn Tassel"
Onitositah "Thistle Head"
Co-A-To-Hee "First To Kill"
Kaiyah-tahee -from Old Frontiers
Ko-A-Tee-Hee, variant
Kayatihi, variant
Kahnyahtahhe, variant
Rayetaeh
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Utsi’dsata’ :
"Corn-tassel," "Thistle-head," etc. It is used as a masculine name, and was probably the Cherokee name of the chief of Revolutionary times, known as "Old Tassel."
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"Many proposals have been made to us to adopt your laws, your religion, your manners and your customs. We would be better pleased with beholding the good effects of these doctrines in your own practices, than with hearing you talk about them". Old Tassel, Chief of the Tsalagi
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Old Frontiers, John P Brown, pg 478;
"Two of Wurteh's [Sequoyah's mom, Great Eagle's daughter] kinsmen are mentioned by Payne as being uncles of John Watts [Jr] they were; Kaiyah-tahee who was killed under a flag of truce and may be recognized as Chief Old Tassel; and Tal-tsuska the famous Doublehead."

More About OLD TASSEL, CHIEF:
Attended: March 1775, Henderson's Treaty, Sycamore Shoals
Blood: Full Blood Cherokee
Clan: Paint
     
Child of OLD TASSEL, CHIEF is:
            i.                     DOUBLEHEAD5 TASSEL, b. Abt. 1760.


23. WURTEH4 (GREAT3 EAGLE, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1742 in Tasagi Town. She married (1) BLOODY FELLOW. He was born Abt. 1740, and died Aft. 1794. She married (2) NATHANIELGIST, son of CHRISTOPER GIST, CAPT.. He was born Abt. 1730. She married (3) JOHN TRADER BENGE Abt. 1761. He was born Abt. 1735 in Albemarle Co, VA, and died Abt. 1800 in GA.

Notes for WURTEH:
Source: Benge, Robert, Cronology of
was born c 1742 in Tasagi Town. She married (1) NATHANIAL GIST, son of CHRISTOPHER GIST,
CAP. He was born c 1730. She married (2) BLOODY FELLOW. He was born c 1740, and died Aft.
1794. She married (3) JOHN TRADER BENGE (Source: Benge, Robert, Cronology of.) c 1761. He
was born c 1735 in Albemarle Co, VA, and died c 1800 in GA.

Notes for BLOODY FELLOW:
Nenetooyah "Bloody Fellow"
Iskagua "Clear Sky" Shawnee word\\
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Iskagua :
Name for "Clear Sky," formerly "Nenetooyah or the Bloody Fellow." The name appears thus in a document of 1791 as that of a Cherokee chief frequently mentioned about that period under the name of "Bloody Fellow." In one treaty it is given as "Eskaqua or Bloody Fellow." Both forms and etymologies are doubtful, neither form seeming to have any reference either to "sky" (galun’lahi) or "blood" (gi’ga). The first may be intended for Ik-e’gwa, "Great day."

More About BLOODY FELLOW:
Attended 1: March 1775, Henderson's Treaty, Sycamore Shoals
Attended 2: November 1788, Eustinauli council
Attended 3: 1791, Philadelphia meeting with George Washington
Attended 4: November 07, 1794, Tellico council

Notes for NATHANIEL GIST:
From: "Myths of the Cherokee", James Mooney, Dover Publications, Inc, NY, pg 108

...by a KY family it is claimed... Sequoya's father was Nathaniel Gist, son of
the scout who accompanied [George] Washington on his memorable excursion
to the Ohio. As the story goes, Nathaniel Gist was captured by the Cherokee
at Braddock's defeat (1755) and remained a prisoner with them for six years,
during which time he became the father of Sequoyah. On his return to
civilization he married a white woman in VA, by whom he had other children,
and afterward removed to KY, where Sequoyah, then a Baptist preacher,
frequently visited them and was always recognized by the family as his son.
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Old Frontiers, by John P Brown, 1938, Southern Publishers, Kingsport, TN, pg 158;

Nathanial Gist first appeared among the Cherokees as a messenger of
Governor Dinwiddie in 1755. Following the French and Indian War he formed a trading partnership with Richard Pearis and lived in the Cherokee country for several years. During that time, he took as his Indian wife, Wurteh, sister of Chief Old Tassel, and became the father of Sequoyah.

More About NATHANIAL GIST:
Blood: Non-Cherokee

Notes for JOHN TRADER BENGE:
Blood: Scottish
Emigration: c 1777, TN
Occupation: Indian Trader
Residence: Aft. 1777, Running Water Town, TN

     
Child of WURTEH and NATHANIEL GIST is:
39.
i.                     GEORGE5 GUESS, b. Abt. 1760, Tuskogee, Monroe Co, TN; d. August 1843, San Fernando, Mexico.
     
Children of WURTEH and JOHN BENGE are:
40.
ii.                     ROBERT5 BENGE, b. Abt. 1760, Toquo, TN; d. April 09, 1794, Stone Gap, VA.
            iii.                    UTANA BENGE, b. Abt. 1764.
            Notes for UTANA BENGE:
Blood: 1/2 Cherokee
Clan: Paint (Wurteh)
Residence: 1794, Willstown, AL
            iv.                    TASHLISKE BENGE, b. Abt. 1766.
41.
v.                    LUCY BENGE, b. Abt. 1768; d. October 10, 1846.



Descendants of Amatoya Moytoy

24. CHIEF4 DOUBLEHEAD (GREAT3 EAGLE, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1744 in Stearns, KY, and died August 09, 1807 in Hiwasse River, TN. He married (1) NANNIE DRUMGOOLE, daughter of ALEXANDER DRUMGOOLE and NANCY AUGUSTA. She was born Abt. 1775, and died July 23, 1850. He married (2) CREAT PRIBER Abt. 1757, daughter of CHRISTIAN GOTTILIEB PRIBER. She was born Abt. 1740 in Tellico Plains, TN, and died Abt. 1790 in Stearns, KY. He married (3) KATEEYAH WILSON Abt. 1797. She was born Abt. 1760.

Notes for CHIEF DOUBLEHEAD:
Tal-tsu’ska’ :
"Two-heads," fro ta’li, two, and tsu’ska’, plural of uska’, (his) head. A Cherokee chief about the year 1800, known to the whites as Doublehead. Doublehead's Indian name has also been listed as Dsu-gwe-la-de-gi and as Chuqualatague.


More About CHIEF DOUBLEHEAD:
Blood: Full Blood Cherokee
Clan: Paint (Wurteh)

Notes for NANNIE DRUMGOOLE:
aka Nannie "the Pain"
Starr lists Nannie "the Pain" as Nannie Drumgoole nee Doublehead.
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[Cherokee Advocate, Aug 6, 1850, Obituary of Nancy Springston]
Born c. 1775 - died July 23, 1850. Her four surviving children were at her side at the time of her death at the house of Anderson Springston. She also had 73 grandchildren.
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John L. Springston's notes on his Miller Application:

Sir: My grandmother on my fathers side was named Nancy. She was a full blood Indian of the Cherokee Tribe. She had four sets of children, Springston, Foreman, Wilson and Doublehead and as I understand the case, she must have been enrolled in 1835,36. 1846 & 1833 or earlier than 1835. I want to find her name and her families by name. My grandfathers name was John. I think he had by his
marriage to her three children - Anderson, my father, & Isaac & Edley Springston. My uncles by her Foreman marriage she had only one I am aware, his name was Jim or James Foreman. By her Doublehead marriage she had only one as far as I know, his name was Bird Doublehead. Her marriage to Wilson I am lost. She died prior to 1851 (this contradicts his other statement). Now as far as the Cherokee Indian record will show her I wish an examination thereof - my father Anderson Springston was born 10-13-1814 and I think Isaac was older than he - Edley I am unable to say.

Nancy, my said grandma had two brothers and two sisters as I was informed by my father & mother both and I ask as to who her census shows they were - if possible - as to claim on them. I cannot be any to certain, or not enough to swear to positive. I ask for such information as is possible from the rolls showing them so I can apply with a certainty.

They were all emigrants and resided in Delaware District Cherokee Nation West and I think in Tennessee East - not far from Gunters Landing on the Tennessee River. It is my desire to apply for all possible where (the rest is illegible). This is signed 10-8-1906.
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In another letter he states that she had two brothers and two sisters,

Another letter states:
"Nan-que-se, my grandmother Nancy Springston's niece -- Nancy in same family, the relation bore to each I do not know-- also, Isaac, sister of my grandmother Nancy --Che-ne-lern-ky -- relationship only as fixed by the relationship existing between the named emigrants.

More About NANNIE (THE PAIN) DRUMGOOLE:
Blood: 1/2 Cherokee
     
Children of CHIEF DOUBLEHEAD and NANNIE DRUMGOOLE are:
            i.                     BIRD TAIL5 DOUBLEHEAD, b. 1795.
            Notes for BIRD TAIL DOUBLEHEAD:
There is an entry in the 1851 Old Settlers Roll for a Bird Doublehead, Saline Dist, Group 59; on the 1896 Roll his son, also Bird Doublehead, applied at age 44, from Texanna.
42.
ii.                     PEGGY DOUBLEHEAD, b. Abt. 1800; d. Bef. 1838.
     
Children of CHIEF DOUBLEHEAD and CREAT PRIBER are:
            iii.                    TUCKAHOE5 DOUBLEHEAD, b. Abt. 1758; m. MARGARET MOUNCE, Helenwood, TN; b. Abt. 1768.
43.
iv.                    CORNBLOSSOM DOUBLEHEAD, b. Abt. 1760, Stearns, KY; d. August 13, 1810, Stearns, KY.
44.
v.                    NI-GO-DI-GE-YU, b. Abt. 1764.
45.
vi.                    GU-LU-STI-YU, b. Abt. 1766.
     
Children of CHIEF DOUBLEHEAD and KATEEYAH WILSON are:
            vii.                   TASSEL5 DOUBLEHEAD, b. Abt. 1798; d. August 1807.
46.
viii.                  ALCY DOUBLEHEAD, b. Abt. 1800; d. Bef. 1838.
            ix.                    SUSANNAH DOUBLEHEAD, b. Abt. 1805; d. Aft. 1838; m. GEORGE CHISHOLM; b. Abt. 1805.


25. PUMPKIN4 BOY (GREAT3 EAGLE, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1746, and died Abt. 1793. He married CHAU-E-U-KAH. She was born Abt. 1750, and died Aft. 1838.

Notes for CHAU-E-U-KAH:
[Testimony of Chau-e-u-kah, re: Estate of Doublehead, 6/12/1838]
".... Applicant states that a brother of Old Doublehead named E-yah-chu-tlee was married to applicant, Chau-e-u-kah, and they had Catherine & he went off to war and was killed in the war and left Catherine his only child and left a considerable quantity of good property..."

     
Child of PUMPKIN BOY and CHAU-E-U-KAH is:
47.
i.                     CATHERINE5 PUMPKIN, b. Abt. 1782.


26. JAMES4 DOUGHERTY, SR (AH-NEE-WA-KEE3, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1750.

Notes for JAMES DOUGHERTY, SR:
Blood: 1/2 Cherokee

     
Child of JAMES DOUGHERTY, SR is:
48.
i.                     JAMES5 DOUGHERTY, JR, b. 1780, Hightower, CN East, Forsyth Co, GA.


27. CATHERINE4 MCDANIEL (SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1763 in Chota, Cherokee Nation, East TN, and died Aft. 1818. She married JOHN JACKWARD 1780, son of BRYAN WARD and ANNA. He was born Abt. 1760, and died Abt. 1815.


Notes for CATHERINE MCDANIEL:
(Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, pg 382.)
Blood: 1/2 Cherokee, 1/2 Scotch

Catherine McDaniel born ca 1766 NC/GA. In 1817 she lived on her 640 acre reservation on the Chatthoochy River, Habersham Co GA and died there 1824-1825.
(Source: Peggy Lambert)

Notes for JOHN JACK WARD:
(Source: Starr, Ward 1, A22.)
Blood: Non-Cherokee
     
Children of CATHERINE MCDANIEL and JOHN WARD are:
49.
i.                     JAMES5 WARD, SR, b. 1783; d. 1859.
50.
ii.                     GEORGE WARD, b. March 17, 1787, Cherokee Nation, East TN; d. 1863, Civil War.
51.
iii.                    SAMUEL WARD, SR, b. 1788; d. 1834.
52.
iv.                    ELIZABETH WARD, b. 1790.
53.
v.                    SUSIE WARD, b. 1792.
54.
vi.                    NANNIE WARD, b. 1794.
55.
vii.                   BRYAN WARD I, b. 1796.
56.
viii.                  CHARLES JACKSON WARD, b. 1800; d. February 1862.


28. JOHN4 MCDANIEL (SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1764 in Chota, Cherokee Nation, East TN, and died 1811 in GA. He married MARY. She was born Abt. 1770, and died 1842.

Notes for JOHN MCDANIEL:
Blood: 1/2 Cherokee, 1/2 Scotch
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We have found no documentation proving that John McDaniel was, in fact, the son of David McDaniel and Sookie Hopper; however, his year of birth and location of birth coincide with that of their son John. This combined with family lore leads us to believe John is their son. He kept his Cherokee heritage secret due to the political upheavals of the time. It was another two generations before the secret was revealed.

The 1803 lottery lists John McDaniel with 2 draws. Both were blanks. He drew again in 1807 and drew lot #175 in 10th District and lot #167 in the 27th District both in Wilkerson Co., GA which joins Washington Co., GA. The lots consisted of 202.5 acres each and the grant fee was $12.50 per acre. For whatever reason he did not keep the Wilkerson Co. lots and eventually the lots reverted back to the state.

It is believed that John and Mary moved to Washington Co., GA near Sandersville about 1790.



Notes for MARY:
1820 Census Washington Co, GA :
Mary McDaniel Age 50-60
4 Males Ages 18-26
1 Female Age 16-26
1 Female Age 10-26

Pike Co, GA deed records, Book A, pg 521:
Washington Co, GA, Jan. 8, 1822-Aopril 7, 1826. Jeremiah Malpress of Washington Co, GA to Mary McDaniel of Washington Co, GA for $200.00 land lot #118 in the 7th. District of Monroe Co, GA. Signed Jeremiah Malpress
Witnesses: Nathan Vinson, Samuel McDaniel (Mary McDaniel's son)
(The above land was formerly Monroe Co, but is now in Pike Co, GA.)

Mary and her family settled in Pike Co, GA on land lot #118 in the 7th District near the Monroe Co line. The Pike Co 1825 tax digest is listed in the State of Georgia Dept of Archives & History, Atlanta, GA:
Mary McDaniel-no poll-200 1/2 acres Tobuskee Creek adj to Booth in Pike Co.
200 acres Washington Co, GA, Robinson on Town Creek.
200 acres Early Co, GA Lot #135 in 20th District. (The lot #135 is the same lot drawn by John McDaniel's orphans in Early Co, GA land in the 20th District in the 1820 land lottery.)

1830 Census Pike Co, GA:
Mary McDaniel Age 60-70
1 female age 20-30
1 female age 10-20
3 males ages 20-30
     
Children of JOHN MCDANIEL and MARY are:
            i.                     ELIZA5 MCDANIEL, b. Abt. 1795, Washington Co, GA; m. DUNCAN MCEACHERN, March 03, 1833, Pike Co, GA.
            Notes for ELIZA MCDANIEL:
Eliza and Duncan made their home near Barnesville, 3 or 4 miles from Lot #118 in Pike Co, GA, the home of Eliza's mother, Mary McDaniel. The Methodist church was erected in 1827-28 and rebuilt in 1851 and Duncan Eachern is listed in the church deed as Trustee.
57.
ii.                     ALLEN MCDANIEL, b. 1798, Washington Co, GA; d. 1847, Arkansas.
            iii.                    SAMUEL MCDANIEL, b. Abt. 1800; m. ELIZABETH MATTHEWS, July 18, 1827.
            Notes for SAMUEL MCDANIEL:
1825 GA Tax Digest:
Samuel McDaniel-1 poll-no land
58.
iv.                    MATTHEW MCDANIEL, b. 1803, Washington Co, GA; d. Aft. 1880, TX.
            v.                    CHARLES MCDANIEL, b. Abt. 1805; m. SARAH ELLIOTT, February 09, 1840.
            Notes for CHARLES MCDANIEL:
1825 GA Tax Digest:
Charles McDaniel-1 poll-no land
            vi.                    JOHN MCDANIEL, b. Abt. 1806; m. SARAH ANN HOLLINGSWORTH, July 24, 1845.
            vii.                   SARAH MCDANIEL, b. Abt. 1808; m. JOSHUA CHERRY, December 05, 1850, Pike Co, GA.


Descendants of Amatoya Moytoy

29. ALEXANDER4 MCDANIEL (SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1768, and died Abt. 1834. He married (1) UNKNOWN Bef. 1788. He married (2) CATHERINEWILSON Bef. 1796. She was born Abt. 1780. He married (3) MARY WILSON Bef. 1813. She was born Abt. 1790.
     
Children of ALEXANDER MCDANIEL and UNKNOWN are:
59.
i.                     NELLIE5 MCDANIEL, b. Abt. 1788.
60.
ii.                     LUCY MCDANIEL, b. Abt. 1790, Cherokee Nation, East TN; d. Aft. 1851.
     
Children of ALEXANDER MCDANIEL and CATHERINE WILSON are:
61.
iii.                    KATY5 MCDANIEL, b. Abt. 1796; d. 1885, Cherokee Nation, East TN.
62.
iv.                    MARY MCDANIEL, b. Abt. 1799, Habersham Co, GA; d. 1889.
     
Child of ALEXANDER MCDANIEL and MARY WILSON is:
63.
v.                    SUKEY5 MCDANIEL, b. Abt. 1813; d. 1860, Cherokee Co, NC.

Descendants of Amatoya Moytoy

Generation No. 5


30. NAKY5 CANOE (DRAGGING4, ATTAKULLAKULLA3, NANCY2 MOYTOY, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1750. She married ALEXANDER BROWN, SR. He was born Abt. 1740.
     
Child of NAKY CANOE and ALEXANDER BROWN is:
            i.                     ALEXANDER SAWNEY6 BROWN, JR, b. Abt. 1765.


31. OO-LOO-TSA5 (TAH-CHEE4, ATTAKULLAKULLA3, NANCY2 MOYTOY, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1760. She married JOHN BOWLES, SR. He was born Abt. 1756, and died July 16, 1839 in Van Zandt Co, TX.

Notes for OO-LOO-TSA:
Source: (1)Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, pg 372., (2) Dianna Everett, Texas Cherokee, The, pg 146.)

Notes for JOHN BOWLES, SR:
John Bowles aka Duwa'li, The Bowl, Bold Hunter, Chief Boles, Bowl, Bowles,
Colonel Bowles
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Starr, A33, pg 472: John Bowles was the son of a Scotch trader and a full blood
Cherokee woman. His father was killed and robbed by two North Carolinans while
on his way home from Charlestown with goods for his establishment. This murder was in 1768 when the son was only twelve years of age, but within the next two years the fair complexioned, auburn haired boy had killed both his father's slayers.
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The Texas Cherokees, p10-11: "In January [1810] Duwali, also known as Bowl and Bold Hunter, chief of the Town of Little Hiwassee (on the Hiwassee river, now western NC) and another headman named Saulowee (Tsu-lawi or Fox) jointly conducted a group of seventy five from their villages... Duwali's and Takatoka's people settled along the White and St Francis rivers in present day northeast Arkansas.

The Texas Cherokees, p99: "Bob Smith, with a pistol in his hand, ran toward him from further down the line... I called 'Captain, don't shoot him' but he fired, striking Bowles in the head and killing him instantly." (John Hunter Reagan, eyewitness to Duwali's death, 7/16/1839)

The Texas Cherokees, p127: "Born about 1756 of a Scotish father and full blood Cherokee mother...
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Myths of the Cherokee, p146: Christmas day 1839, in a fight on Cherokee Creek, San Saba Co, ...captured were the wife & family of The Bowl.
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When Diwali saw that his people were going to be overun, he rode to the rear of his small army of warriors and there he waited for the advancing Texans.The 83-year old chief rode with sword and hat given him by his friend Sam Houston. (The sword is now in the Masonic Lodge in Tahlequah Oklahoma.) The old Chief was shot and knocked off his horse, and he rolled over to a sitting position.
While he sat on the ground singing his war song, a Captain Smith rode up, stepped off his horse, and shot the old warrior in the head with a pistol. The Texans would not allow his body to be removed. The bones of the old Chief remained exposed and on the ground until the late 1800's.
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On the "Houston" Treaty of Feb 23, 1836
Chief Bowles places his X mark with the name of Colonel Bowl
his son, John, places his X mark with the name of John Bowl

More About JOHN BOWLES, SR:
Blood: 1/2 Cherokee, 1/2 Scotish
Cause of Death: shot in the head by Cap Bob Smith
Emigration 1: January 1810, from North Carolina to Arkansas
Emigration 2: 1824, from Arkansas into Texas, across the Red river
Signer 1: 1791, Treaty of Holston
Signer 2: February 23, 1836, Houston Treaty (never ratified)

     
Children of OO-LOO-TSA and JOHN BOWLES are:
            i.                     LIGHTNINGBUG6 BOWLES, b. Abt. 1784.
            ii.                     TU-NOO-NE-SKI, b. Abt. 1786.
            Notes for TU-NOO-NE-SKI:
No issue.
            iii.                    DU-QU-LI-LU WAGONBOWLES, b. Abt. 1788.
            iv.                    QUA-TI-NI, b. Abt. 1790.
            Notes for QUA-TI-NI:
No issue.
            v.                    TSA-GI-NA, b. Abt. 1792.


32. ANNIE5 CRYINGBEAR (OLLIE4 II, ATTAKULLAKULLA3, NANCY2 MOYTOY, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1805. She married HENRY SEABOLT, SR Abt. 1821, son of ADAM SEABOLT and ANNIE ENDICOTT. He was born Abt. 1801.

Notes for HENRY SEABOLT, SR:
In 1842, Henry Seabolt Sr. submitted a claim in which he stated that Catherine, Thomas, Joseph, Susie, John and Henry Seabolt Jr. were heirs of Annie Crying Bear (deceased). Henry Seabolt Sr. and Celia Timberlake were both alive in 1842, as they both submitted claims in that year. This strongly indicates
that Annie Crying Bear was his first wife and that Celia Timberlake was his second wife. In 1907, Anderson Seabolt submitted a claim in which he stated that Henry and Annie Seabolt were his Grandparents.

Notes for HENRY SEABOLT, SR:
Starr lists Seabolt 1 Henry Seabolt +Celia Timberlake and the second wife's name is blank.

More About HENRY SEABOLT, SR:
Blood: Non-Cherokee
Census: 1860, Clairborne Co, TN
RG75, Entry 545 1: c 1855, Service in Cher War, 1824 w/A R Tuck
RG75, Entry 545 2: 1857, Service in Cher Rem, 1833~34 w/A R Tuck

     
Children of ANNIE CRYINGBEAR and HENRY SEABOLT are:
            i.                     JOHN6 SEABOLT, b. Abt. 1822; m. JENNIE BENGE; b. Abt. 1830.
            Notes for JOHN SEABOLT:
(Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, pg 457)

1851 Drennan roll: Skin Bayou, 29
            ii.                     CATHERINE SEABOLT, b. Abt. 1824.
            iii.                    THOMAS SEABOLT, b. Abt. 1826; m. BETSY HICKS; b. Abt. 1830.
            Notes for THOMAS SEABOLT:
(Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, pg 457)

1851 Drennan roll: Skin Bayou, 75
            iv.                    JOSEPH SEABOLT, b. Abt. 1828.
            v.                    SUSIE SEABOLT, b. Abt. 1830; m. NED FIELDS; b. Abt. 1820.
            Notes for SUSIE SEABOLT:
Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, pg 457
            vi.                    HENRY SEABOLT, JR, b. Abt. 1833.


33. CATHERINE5 KINGFISHER (NANYE'HI4, TAME3 DOE, NANCY2 MOYTOY, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1752, and died Abt. 1817 in Cherokee Nation, East TN. She married (1) SAMUEL CANDY, SR Abt. 1767. He was born Abt. 1751. She married (2) JOHN WALKER Abt. 1770. He was born Abt. 1752. She married (3) ELLIS HARLAN Abt. 1776, son of EZEKIAL HARLAN and HANNAH OSBORN. He was born Abt. 1731 in Chester Co, PA, and died Abt. 1819 in McMinn Co, TN.

Notes for CATHERINE KINGFISHER:
Source: Starr, Ghigau 1-1 (Starr's book has a printing error, Catherine's number should read 1-1 not 1-2. )
Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, pg 350
Blood: 5/8 Cherokee
Clan: Wolf Clan (Nanye'hi)

Notes for SAMUEL CANDY, SR:
Samuel was the first generation of the Candy family in America.

Notes for ELLIS HARLAN:
Source: Starr, A23 1-1-1-1-1

Blood: Non-Cherokee
Occupation: Trader

     
Child of CATHERINE KINGFISHER and SAMUEL CANDY is:
            i.                     SAMUEL6 CANDY, JR, b. Abt. 1768.
     
Children of CATHERINE KINGFISHER and JOHN WALKER are:
            ii.                     JOHN6 WALKER II, b. Abt. 1770.
            iii.                    JENNIE WALKER, b. Abt. 1772.
     
Children of CATHERINE KINGFISHER and ELLIS HARLAN are:
64.
iv.                    NANCY6 HARLAN, b. Abt. 1777.
            v.                    GEORGE HARLAN, b. Abt. 1779.
            vi.                    EZEKIAL HARLAN, b. Abt. 1781.
            vii.                   SUSANNA HARLAN, b. Abt. 1784.
            viii.                  RUTH HARLAN, b. Abt. 1786.
            ix.                    SALLIE SARAH HARLAN, b. Abt. 1788.
            x.                    ELIZABTEH HARLAN, b. August 15, 1793.
            xi.                    ELLIS HARLAN, JR, b. Abt. 1790.




Descendants of Amatoya Moytoy

34. FIVEKILLER5 KINGFISHER (NANYE'HI4, TAME3 DOE, NANCY2 MOYTOY, AMATOYA1) was born June 1755 in Cherokee Nation, East TN. He married CATHERINE SWIMMER. She was born Abt. 1780.

Notes for FIVEKILLER KINGFISHER:
Source: Starr, Ghigau 1-2

Hiskyteehee "Five Killer"
Little Fellow

Blood: 5/8 Cherokee
Buried at: Nancy Ward's Grave, Polk, TN
Clan: Wolf Clan (Nanye'hi)


Notes for CATHERINE SWIMMER:
Source:) Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, pg 350
     
Child of FIVEKILLER KINGFISHER and CATHERINE SWIMMER is:
            i.                     CHU-KAH-WAH-LIS-KA6, b. Abt. 1820.


35. ELIZABETH BETSY5 WARD (NANYE'HI4, TAME3 DOE, NANCY2 MOYTOY, AMATOYA1) was born September 18, 1757 in Cherokee Nation, East TN, and died in TN. She married (1) JOSEPH L MARTIN,JR, B GEN, son of JOSEPH MARTIN and SUSANNA CHILES. He was born September 18, 1740 in Charlotteville, Albemarle Co, VA, and died December 18, 1808 in Martinsville, Henry Co, VA. She married (2) DANIEL HUGHES Abt. 1788. He was born Abt. 1759.

Notes for ELIZABETH BETSY WARD:
Source: Starr, Ghigau 1-3

Blood: 1/8 Cherokee (half Indian, see mother)
Clan: Wolf Clan (Nanye'hi)
Residence: June 1788, Chote

Notes for JOSEPH L MARTIN, JR, B GEN:
Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, pg 305, 350, 493, 543

Within Starr's biographies there is a typo in the birth year of Joseph, the text reads 1840 but should be 1740.
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1785--Fries' Historical notes:

"The state of Franklin refused to return to North Carolina, and in March elected members of a legislature, which in turn elected John Sevier as governor, appointed county officers, etc., and appointed William Cocke as delegate to the Congress of the United States. Attempts were made to secure the cooperation of the part of Virgina lying west of the mountains, but the Virginia Assembly pronounced the plan treasonable. Thrice during the year it was reported that the Franklinites were negotiating for the incorporation of the Cherokee Indians in the State of Franklin, but not all the chiefs would agree. In November, 1785, the State of Franklin adopted a Constitution." [pg. 2067]

"May 3. The singstunde was attended by Col. Joseph Martin, who spent the
night here on his way to Charleston where he and other Commissioners are to consider the affairs of the Indians. He told us that the Cherokees on the Tennessee River often speak of the visit of Br. Martin Schneider, and seem
to wish that he would come again and stay with them; but that this would not be wise just now when there are certain misunderstandings between them and the white people. He confirmed the report that some time ago the western counties of this State had cut themselves off and assumed the name of Franklin, had elected their own Governor and other state officials, and now had sent a representative to Congress to try to secure recognition as a separate State. Whether this State will agree to the division or will oppose it strongly is as yet most uncertain." [pg. 2080]

More About JOSEPH L MARTIN, JR, BGEN:
Buried at: Belle Mont, Henry Co, VA
Occupation 1: Fur Trader and Planter
Occupation 2: 1777, VA Commissioner to the Cherokee
Occupation 3: December 11, 1793, Brigadier General, VA militia
Residence: June 1788, Chote

Notes for DANIEL HUGHES:
Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, pg 350

Occupation: Trader
     
Children of ELIZABETH WARD and JOSEPH MARTIN are:
            i.                     JAMES6 MARTIN, b. Abt. 1778, Chittiko, Cherokee Nation, East TN; d. Abt. 1840.
            Notes for JAMES MARTIN:
No issue.
            ii.                     NANCY MARTIN, b. Abt. 1780.
     
Child of ELIZABETH WARD and DANIEL HUGHES is:
            iii.                    RACHEL6 HUGHES, b. Abt. 1790; d. Aft. 1851.


36. NELLIE5 MAUGH (WILLICOE4 MAW, BETSY3, NANCY2 MOYTOY, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1800 in Cherokee Nation, East TN, and died 1847. She married JAMES STARR, SR Abt. 1820, son of CALEBSTARR and NANCY HARLAN. He was born Abt. 1796 in McMinn Co, TN, and died November 09, 1845 in Oak Grove, Flint Dist, Cherokee Nation, IT, Adair Co, OK.

Notes for NELLIE MAUGH:
Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, 350



Notes for JAMES STARR, SR:
Source: Starr, Ghigau 1-1-4-2.

James Starr, his brothers and his father, Caleb, supported emigration. His
brother, Ezekial, travelled with his family to the west in 1834. James became
a member of the Treaty Party, which advocated total tribal removal, and with
other members he signed the controversial Treaty of 1835. James Starr moved to the western Cherokee Nation in 1837.

More About JAMES STARR, SR:
Blood: 1/4 Cherokee
Buried at: Oak Grove Cem, Oak Grove, Adair, OK
Clan: Wolf Clan (Nanye'hi)
     
Children of NELLIE MAUGH and JAMES STARR are:
            i.                     JOSEPH6 STARR, b. Abt. 1820.
            ii.                     FIELDS STARR, b. Abt. 1822; m. MARY POLLY REESE; b. Abt. 1824.
            Notes for FIELDS STARR:
Source: Starr, Ghigau 1-1-4-2-3


            Notes for MARY POLLY REESE:
Source: Starr, Grant 1-1-3-4-1-5

Blood: 1/2 Cherokee
Clan: Long-Haired Clan (Mary Grant)
            iii.                    WASHINGTON STARR, b. Abt. 1824.
            iv.                    SAMUEL STARR, b. Abt. 1826; m. LAURA DAVIS; b. Abt. 1840.
            Notes for SAMUEL STARR:
Source: Starr, Ghigau 1-1-4-2-8

No issue

            Notes for LAURA DAVIS:
Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, 354
            v.                    MARY STARR, b. Abt. 1828; m. ANDREW DIGIESKY; b. Abt. 1820.
            Notes for MARY STARR:
Source: Starr, Ghigau 1-1-4-2-10


            Notes for ANDREW DIGIESKY:
Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, 354
            vi.                    LEROY STARR, b. Abt. 1830.
            Notes for LEROY STARR:
Source: Starr, Ghigau 1-1-4-2-11

No issue
            vii.                   RACHEL STARR, b. Abt. 1832; m. JOHN WALKER STARR; b. Abt. 1826.
            Notes for RACHEL STARR:
Source: Starr, Ghigau 1-1-4-2-12


            Notes for JOHN WALKER STARR:
Source: Starr, Ghigau 1-1-4-5-8


            viii.                  CALEB STARR, b. Abt. 1834.
            Notes for CALEB STARR:
Source: Starr, Ghigau 1-1-4-2-16

No issue.
            ix.                    JENNIE STARR, b. Abt. 1836.
            x.                    LUCY STARR, b. Abt. 1838; m. (1) GEORGE WASHINGTON ADAIR VI; b. Abt. 1836; d. Bef. 1874; m. (2) WILLIAM RUSSELL; b. Abt. 1830.
            Notes for LUCY STARR:
Source: Starr, Ghigau 1-1-4-2-18


            Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON ADAIR VI:
Source: Starr, Adair 1-1-4-5-2

1851 Drennan roll: Flint, 399
Clan: Blind Savannah (Gu-u-li-si)

            Notes for WILLIAM RUSSELL:
Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, 355


            xi.                    SALLIE STARR, b. Abt. 1840; m. EPHRAIM MARTIN ADAIR; b. Abt. 1834.
            Notes for SALLIE STARR:
Source: Starr, Ghigau 1-1-4-2-19


            Notes for EPHRAIM MARTIN ADAIR:
Source: Starr, Adair 1-1-4-5-1.); b. c 1834.

1851 Drennan roll: Flint, 399
Clan: Blind Savannah (Gu-u-li-si). .


Descendants of Amatoya Moytoy

37. SUSIE5 MAUGH (WILLICOE4 MAW, BETSY3, NANCY2 MOYTOY, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1800. She married JAMES STARR, SR Abt. 1820, son of CALEB STARR and NANCY HARLAN. He was born Abt. 1796 in McMinn Co, TN, and died November 09, 1845 in Oak Grove, Flint Dist, Cherokee Nation, IT, Adair Co, OK.

Notes for SUSIE MAUGH:
Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, 350



Notes for JAMES STARR, SR:
Source: Starr, Ghigau 1-1-4-2.

James Starr, his brothers and his father, Caleb, supported emigration. His
brother, Ezekial, travelled with his family to the west in 1834. James became
a member of the Treaty Party, which advocated total tribal removal, and with
other members he signed the controversial Treaty of 1835. James Starr moved to the western Cherokee Nation in 1837.

More About JAMES STARR, SR:
Blood: 1/4 Cherokee
Buried at: Oak Grove Cem, Oak Grove, Adair, OK
Clan: Wolf Clan (Nanye'hi)
     
Children of SUSIE MAUGH and JAMES STARR are:
            i.                     THOMAS6 STARR, SR, b. Abt. 1820.
            ii.                     BEAN STARR, b. Abt. 1825.
            Notes for BEAN STARR:
Source: Starr, Ghigau 1-1-4-2-5.), b. c 1825

No issue.
            iii.                    JAMES STARR, JR, b. Abt. 1826; m. (1) ELMIRA FIELDS; b. Abt. 1832; m. (2) ARAMINTA MCCOY; b. Abt. 1830; m. (3) AKIE NELOWIE; b. Abt. 1840.
            Notes for JAMES STARR, JR:
Source: Starr, Ghigau 1-1-4-2-6


            Notes for ELMIRA FIELDS:
Source: Starr, Grant 1-1-3-2-10-3

1851 Drennan roll: Going Snake, 454
1906-09 Miller roll: #4584
Clan: Blind Savannah (Gu-u-li-si)

            Notes for ARAMINTA MCCOY:
Source: Starr, Grant 1-1-3-4-4-6

1851 Drennan roll: Illinois, 174 as Minta McCoy
Clan: Wolf (Broom)

            Notes for AKIE NELOWIE:
Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, 355


            iv.                    WILLIAM STARR, b. Abt. 1827; m. NANNIE MCPHERSON; b. Abt. 1838.
            Notes for WILLIAM STARR:
Source: Starr, Ghigau 1-1-4-2-7


            Notes for NANNIE MCPHERSON:
Source: Starr, Grant 1-1-3-4-2-7


            v.                    ELLIS STARR, b. Abt. 1829; d. Abt. 1848; m. CATHERINE JUSTICE; b. Abt. 1830.
            Notes for ELLIS STARR:
Source: Starr, Ghigau 1-1-4-2-9


            Notes for CATHERINE JUSTICE:
Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, 355
            vi.                    JOHN STARR, b. Abt. 1833.
            Notes for JOHN STARR:
Source: Starr, Ghigau 1-1-4-2-13

No issue.
            vii.                   EZEKIAL STARR, b. Abt. 1835; m. (1) ELIZABETH SMITH; b. Abt. 1840; m. (2) AMANDA TERRELL; b. Abt. 1840; m. (3) CAROLINE SMITH; b. Abt. 1840.
            Notes for EZEKIAL STARR:
Source: Starr, Ghigau 1-1-4-2-15

No issue.

            Notes for ELIZABETH SMITH:
Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, 355

            Notes for AMANDA TERRELL:
Source: Starr, Ghigau 1-1-4-2-15


            Notes for CAROLINE SMITH:
Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, 355
            viii.                  PAULINE STARR, b. Abt. 1837; m. (1) CHARLES BUSHYHEAD; b. Abt. 1814; m. (2) RICHARD DREW; b. Abt. 1820; m. (3) SAMUEL CAMPBELL; b. Abt. 1840.
            Notes for PAULINE STARR:
Source: Starr, Ghigau 1-1-4-2-17


            Notes for CHARLES BUSHYHEAD:
Source: Starr, Grant 1-1-3-1-7, Foreman 1-4-7.

No issue.

1851 Drennan roll: Canadian, 11

Clan: Paint (Gourd).

            Notes for SAMUEL CAMPBELL:
Source: Starr, Conrad 1-1-5-1

1851 Drennan roll: Canadian, 11 .

38. POLLY5 TERRAPIN (THE4, OCONOSTOTA3, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1768, and died Abt. 1833. She married JOHN OOWANEE VANN, son of JOHN INTERPRETER VANN. He was born Abt. 1760 in East TN.

Notes for POLLY TERRAPIN:
Cause of Death: Drowning

Notes for JOHN OOWANEE VANN:
Cherokee by Blood, Misc Testimony, P4387, Lucien B Bell, 3/9/1909;

"By an act of the Cherokee Council in about the year 1846 this family was excluded from the Cherokee Nation on the grounds that they were not Cherokees. They questioned the legitimacy of John Vann, the father of Nancy Childres. They claimed that the mother of John Vann was of negro blood, a slave, but they did not have proof of this fact. It was simply a rumor in the country. He looked like an
Indian, as much so, as any one else. When John Vann came to the Indian Territory he was recognized by the Old Settlers as one of their number. He was furnished with the same equipment as the other Indians -- with a gun, blanket, shot pouch, etc. by the government. After the[y] were excluded they were treated as white people and were not enrolled in 1851.

"Catherine left and went to Missouri, and Nancy and her husband remained in the Cherokee Nation. In 1886 the children of Catherine Childres were re-admitted on the ground that they were Cherokee by blood."
     
Children of POLLY TERRAPIN and JOHN VANN are:
            i.                     ISAAC6 VANN, b. Abt. 1792; m. EDITH SCHRIMSHER; b. Abt. 1798.
            ii.                     GEORGE VANN, b. Abt. 1793.
            Notes for GEORGE VANN:
Education: August 09, 1804, Spring Place Mission School
            iii.                    MARY VANN, b. Abt. 1794.
            iv.                    NANCY VANN, b. Abt. 1796.
            v.                    EDITH VANN, b. Abt. 1798.
            vi.                    REBECCA VANN, b. Abt. 1800; m. WILLIAM SCHRIMSHER; b. Abt. 1794.



Descendants of Amatoya Moytoy

39. GEORGE5 GUESS (WURTEH4, GREAT3 EAGLE, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1760 in Tuskogee, Monroe Co, TN, and died August 1843 in San Fernando, Mexico. He married (1) SALLIEWATERS. She was born Abt. 1765. He married (2) UCK-TEE-YAH LANGLEY. She was born Abt. 1810.

Notes for GEORGE GUESS:
aka Sequoyah and George Gist

Source: Starr, Sequoyah 1

Sikwa’yi :
a masculine name, commonly written Sequoya, made famous as that of the inventor of the Cherokee alphabet. The name, which cannot be translated, is still in use upon the East Cherokee reservation.

More About GEORGE GUESS:
Blood: 1/2 Cherokee
Clan: Paint (Wurteh)
Occupation: 1822, brought Cherokee Syllabary to AR
Residence 1: 1821, Willstown, AL
Residence 2: 1823, Arkansas
Signer: May 06, 1828, Washington Treaty

Notes for SALLIE WATERS:
Clan: Bird Clan (Sallie Waters)

Notes for UCK-TEE-YAH LANGLEY:
1851 Drennan roll: Skin Bayou, 320
Blood: Full Blood Cherokee

     
Children of GEORGE GUESS and SALLIE WATERS are:
            i.                     TEESEY6 GUESS, b. Abt. 1789.
            ii.                     GEORGE GUESS, JR, b. Abt. 1788.
            Notes for GEORGE GUESS, JR:
Source: Starr, Sequoyah 1-2.) (Source: no issue.).

Blood: 3/4 Cherokee
Clan: Bird Clan (Sallie Waters)
            iii.                    POLLY GUESS, b. Abt. 1790.
            iv.                    RIICHARD GUESS, b. Abt. 1792.
            Notes for RIICHARD GUESS:
(Source: Starr, Sequoyah 1-4.) (Source: no
issue.).

Blood: 3/4 Cherokee
Clan: Bird Clan (Sallie Waters). .
     
Children of GEORGE GUESS and UCK-TEE-YAH LANGLEY are:
            v.                    E-YA-GU6 GUESS, b. Abt. 1830.
            vi.                    OOO-LOO-TSA GUESS, b. Abt. 1832.
            Notes for OOO-LOO-TSA GUESS:
(Source: Starr, Sequoyah 1-6. (Source: no issue.)

Blood: 3/4 Cherokee
            vii.                   GU-U-NE-KI GUESS, b. Abt. 1834.


40. ROBERT5 BENGE (WURTEH4, GREAT3 EAGLE, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1760 in Toquo, TN, and died April 09, 1794 in Stone Gap, VA.

Notes for ROBERT BENGE:
Old Frontiers, John P Brown, pg 376;
Bench [Robert Benge aka Captain Bench] was one of only two red-headed indians in the Cherokee nation, the other being Will, the founder of Willstown [William Webber].

More About ROBERT BENGE:
Blood: 1/2 Cherokee
Clan: Paint (Wurteh)
Residence: c 1788, Benge's Field, south of Trenton, GA

     
Children of ROBERT BENGE are:
            i.                     RICHARD6 BENGE, b. Abt. 1786; d. Abt. 1813, TN.
            Notes for RICHARD BENGE:
Murdered By White Man Named Robertson.
            ii.                     JOHN BENGE, CHIEF, b. Abt. 1787.
            iii.                    MARY BENGE, b. Abt. 1790.


41. LUCY5 BENGE (WURTEH4, GREAT3 EAGLE, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1768, and died October 10, 1846. She married GEORGE LOWREY, JR, MAJ, son of GEORGE LOWEY and NANNIE OO-LOO-TSA. He was born 1770 in Tahskeegee on the Tennessee River, AL, and died October 20, 1852.

Notes for LUCY BENGE:
(Source: (1) Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, 367, A31., (2) Benge, Robert, Cronology of.) Starr lists Lucy as having been born circa 1786; the 86 must be a transposition, she would have been born much closer to 1768.

More About LUCY BENGE:
Blood: 1/2 Cherokee
Buried at: City Cemetery, Tahlequah, OK
Clan: Paint (Wurteh)

Notes for GEORGE LOWREY, JR, MAJ:
Starr, A31, pg 472: George Lowrey was born about 1770. He and his son in law
David Brown had finished a Cherokee spelling book in English characters at the
time that Sequoyah announced his invention.
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The Brainard Journal, p 396; David [Brown] translated, with his Father-in-law George Lowrey, the New Testament into Cherokee Syllabry.
[ they translated five books of the New Testament, Acts was one of them ]
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Tombstone Monument Inscription;
George Lowrey, Born at Tahskeegee on the Tennessee River about 1770.
Died Oct 20, 1852, age 82 years.
Erected by order of the National Council.
Many years a member of the Church of Christ.
Ruling Elder of the Church at Willstown.
Deacon of the Church at Park Hill.
He fulfilled the duties of every office well.
An Honest Man. A Spotless Patriot. A Devoted Christian.
Visited President Washington as Delegate from the Cherokee Nation 1791-1792.
Captain of the Lighthorse 1810.
Member of First National Committee of 1814.
One of the Delegation who negotiated the Treaty of 1819.
Member of the Convention who formed the Constitution in 1827. Also that of 1839.
Elected Assistant Principal Chief 1828 and often afterwards.
At his death a Member of Executive Council.
Filled various other public offices.

More About GEORGE LOWREY, JR, MAJ:
Property: February 27, 1819, granted a reserve in TN
Residence: 1822, Wills Town, AL
     
Children of LUCY BENGE and GEORGE LOWREY are:
            i.                     JAMES6 LOWREY, b. 1791.
            ii.                     SUSAN LOWREY, b. February 25, 1793.
            iii.                    GEORGE LOWREY III, b. 1800.
            iv.                    LYDIA LOWREY, b. 1803.
            v.                    RACHEL LOWREY, b. 1806.
            vi.                    JOHN LOWREY, b. 1808.
            Notes for JOHN LOWREY:
Source: Starr, Oolootsa 1-1-1-2-6.)born TN (Source: no issue.).
            vii.                   ANDERSON PIERCE LOWREY, b. 1811.



Descendants of Amatoya Moytoy

42. PEGGY5 DOUBLEHEAD (CHIEF4, GREAT3 EAGLE, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1800, and died Bef. 1838. She married WILLIAM WILSON. He was born Abt. 1800, and died Bef. 1838.

Notes for PEGGY DOUBLEHEAD:
[Testimony of Bird Doublehead re: Estate of Doublehead, 21 June, 1838]
"...applicant has now two sisters surviving namely Susannah the wife of George Chisholm and Alcy the wife of Giles McNulty. Applicants other sister Peggy has departed this life leaving four children surviving [her hissy at laws] by her husband William Wilson, who is also dead. The eldest named Jane Wilson, the 2d Elzrah Wilson, the third George Wilson and the fourth Bird Wilson. [signed (not just an X)] Bird Doublehead 21 June 1838

Notes for WILLIAM WILSON:
Blood: Non-Cherokee
     
Children of PEGGY DOUBLEHEAD and WILLIAM WILSON are:
            i.                     JANE6 WILSON, b. 1828.
            ii.                     ELZRAH WILSON, b. 1830; m. DAVID HICKS; b. June 13, 1830, Cherokee Nation, East TN.
            Notes for DAVID HICKS:
Source: Starr, Grant 1-1-3-2-9-5, Halfbreed 1-1-2-7

(Source: no issue.).

Notes for DAVID HICKS:
History and Genealogy of the Cherokee Indians by Dr. Emmet Starr, page 449.
Catalog of students, New Spring Place, IT, 1838-1842.
Issue 8 & 9, Fall 1992 & Spring 1993, Cherokee Family Researcher, p18, shows
him as a student 20 Oct 1840. Notes of Starr, v3, p16.
            iii.                    GEORGE WILSON, b. 1832.
            iv.                    BIRD WILSON, b. 1834.


43. CORNBLOSSOM5 DOUBLEHEAD (CHIEF4, GREAT3 EAGLE, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1760 in Stearns, KY, and died August 13, 1810 in Stearns, KY. She married JACOB TROXEL, son of CHRISTIAN? TROXEL and CATHERINE DOERR. He was born 1759 in Frederick Co, MD, and died July 01, 1843 in DeKalb, AL.

Notes for CORNBLOSSOM DOUBLEHEAD:
The below text is from a fellow researcher, I haven't seen the marriage bond it refers to nor have I seen any documentation that constitutes "proof" that Cornblossom was a daughter of Chief Doublehead:

"Princess Cornblossom is the daughter of Chief Chuqualatague aka Chief Doublehead. On 7 April 1803 a marriage Bond was made by Jonathan Blevins and Elisha Blevins to the Honorable James Girrard, Governor of Kentucky, in the sum of fifty pounds to consummate the marriage of Jonathan Blevins to Katy Troxel daughter of Jacob "Big Jake" Troxel and Princess Cornblossom, daughter of Chief Chuqualatague. Consent of Jacob Troxel, father of the bride, was proven by John Troxel.

There is an historical marker located at what is reportedly her burial site in Stearns, Kentucky. Since the historical marker has been moved a reported five times, it is uncertain where Cornblossom was actually buried. She accompanied her father to the signing of the Treaty of Sycamore Shoals, 1775 as a girl. This treaty transferred Cherokee Land between the Ohio River and Cumberland River to the Transylvania Society.

Cornblossom was killed in a massacre which was led by the Franklinites, reportedly a group that followed John Sevier to the future state of Tennessee for the purpose of creating a new nation, or state out of lands then a part of North Carolina. This movement did result in the creation of the State of Franklin. The State of Franklin failed, eventually becoming Tennessee in 1796.

Cornblossom is thought to have been killed in a massacre by white settlers between August 10 th and August 13 th, 1810. The Massacre of Yahoo Falls, Kentucky, Mc Creary County. Seemingly a bit late for the Franklinites (?). "

Notes for JACOB TROXEL:
Per Veterans Administration information, Jacob, not George Jacob is generally as follows. Words, not fact, have been cut: Letter dated October 9, 1935 VA,

Record of only one Jacob Troxel, Pension Claim R.10717. Claim states was born 1759 in Frederick Co, MD, lived there for 13 years, then to Loudon Co, VA. He 1st enlisted winter of 1777, 2nd, winter of 1778 in Captain Ford's company, Colonel Crawford's VA Regiment under General McIntosh's expedition against the Indians. 3rd, 6 months in Captain Lewis' Company, Colonel West's VA Regiment.
Record continues:

He lived in Loudon Co, VA about 19 years, moved back to MD for 4 years, then to Sullivan Co., TN for 4 years, then to Sevier Co, TN for 3 years, thence to Pulaski Co, KY for 20 years (he lived in the part of Pulaski that became Wayne Co in 1804), then to Jackson Co, AL for 4 years, then to Marion Co, TN. And finally:

He died July 1, 1843 in DeKalb Co, AL where he resided. He was survived by his widow Elizabeth, who was denied a pension, probably because she could not document her marriage. Jacob was granted a pension of $43.33 per year. The date of the petition was 23 August 1832. Jacob was 75 years old at that time. The dates he gave conflict with actual county records as below: his grandfather's will was recorded in 1766, the will is thought to have indicated that his father was no longer in Maryland. Jacob was on the Pulaski Co, KY Tax List in 1801 and listed as a delinquent tax payer in Wayne Co, KY in 1820 "moved to Tennessee, and he did not appear in the 1820 Wayne Co, KY Census.

It appears he joined other members of his family in Jackson County, Alabama, his 1st Cousin, Michael Troxel lived there. In Tennessee, his father and Uncle Christian were with him in Sullivan Co. Christian is also found in Pulaski County, Kentucky. (according to Richard M Troxel, in the book, "Troxel(l) Trails", Christian may have been his father) From the letters of Thomas H Troxel; the Troxels trace their ancestry back to the Hebrews of Asia Minor. Peter Troxel (Trachsel) was born in Switzerland in 1691. Peter, his wife and 2 sons came to America on the ship "Samuel" and disembarked in Philadelphia on 17 ___ 1733. A Grandson,
Jacob enlisted in Washington's Colonial Army at age 16 (actually 18) and after 4 years military service, he hit the pioneer trail westward as a trader to the Indians in the Cumberland wilderness, reaching this area during the winter of 1779. (conflict resolution- he and the Blevins did not live here until much later - VA letter states 1802) He was known as Big Jake. (See his wife's Historical Marker, His Monument in Whitley County, KY). At the age of 21, (1779) he married Princess Cornblossom, the daughter of Chief Chuqualatague, major chief of the Cumberlands. (From the Ohio River to perhaps central Tennessee) Their son, Little Jake became chief of the AsQuaw Tribe (Red Tribe) at the age of 21(not an historical fact).

Many of the things told in Thomas Troxel's letters have been supported by the records of Pulaski County and Wayne County, Kentucky. (It is thought that Thomas was also a chief of his people, the Cherokee) Thomas is more than likely Jacobs grandson.

George Jacob is not usually associated with "Big Jake" except in the book "Troxel Trails". A descendant did bear this name, thus it is possible that "George has been "applied". Two given names were unusual at his date of birth.


     
Children of CORNBLOSSOM DOUBLEHEAD and JACOB TROXEL are:
            i.                     PETER6 TROXEL II, b. 1781.
            ii.                     CATHERINE KATY TROXEL, b. 1783, Wayne Co, KY; m. TARLETON BLEVINS, January 16, 1804, Wayne Co, KY; b. 1780.
            Notes for CATHERINE KATY TROXEL:
Clan: Long-haired Clan
            iii.                    MARY POLLY TROXEL, b. 1785.
            iv.                    MARGARET TROXEL, b. 1789.
            v.                    ELIZABETH TROXEL, b. 1796.
            vi.                    SARAH TROXEL, b. 1798.
            vii.                   WILLIAM TROXEL, b. 1800.


44. NI-GO-DI-GE-YU5 (CHIEF4 DOUBLEHEAD, GREAT3 EAGLE, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1764. She married SAMUEL RILEY. He was born 1760, and died 1825.

Notes for NI-GO-DI-GE-YU:
Source:Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, 432

Notes for SAMUEL RILEY:
A Record Book of The Proceedings of the Supreme Court of the Cherokee Nation;
"The court recognises the will of Samuel Riley, deceased, to be his last will and testament as authenticated by the deposition of R Richards, Phisicien [sic], who attended on said Sam'l Riley, dec'd, in his last sickness, given from under my hand at New Town this 25th of October, 1825. [signed] John Martin C S C

More About SAMUEL RILEY:
Blood: Non-Cherokee
     
Children of NI-GO-DI-GE-YU and SAMUEL RILEY are:
            i.                     JAMES6 RILEY, b. 1792.
            ii.                     CATHERINE RILEY, b. 1800.
            iii.                    MARTHA RILEY, b. 1802.
            iv.                    NELSON RILEY, b. 1802.
            v.                    MADISON RILEY, b. 1808.
            Notes for MADISON RILEY:
Source: Starr, Riley 1-15.) (Source: no issue.).

Religion: c 1818, Brainerd Church, Old CN. .

45. GU-LU-STI-YU5 (CHIEF4 DOUBLEHEAD, GREAT3 EAGLE, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1766. She married SAMUEL RILEY. He was born 1760, and died 1825.

Notes for GU-LU-STI-YU:
Source:Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, 432

Notes for SAMUEL RILEY:
A Record Book of The Proceedings of the Supreme Court of the Cherokee Nation;
"The court recognises the will of Samuel Riley, deceased, to be his last will and testament as authenticated by the deposition of R Richards, Phisicien [sic], who attended on said Sam'l Riley, dec'd, in his last sickness, given from under my hand at New Town this 25th of October, 1825. [signed] John Martin C S C

More About SAMUEL RILEY:
Blood: Non-Cherokee
     
Children of GU-LU-STI-YU and SAMUEL RILEY are:
            i.                     RICHARD6 RILEY, b. 1791.
            ii.                     NANNIE RILEY, b. 1792.
            iii.                    MARY RILEY, b. 1793.
            iv.                    ELIZABETH RILEY, b. July 1794.
            v.                    JOHN RILEY, b. 1795.
            vi.                    NELLIE RILEY, b. 1796.
            vii.                   SALLIE RILEY, b. 1797.
            viii.                  LUCY RILEY, b. 1798.
            ix.                    LOUISA RILEY, b. 1799.
            x.                    LOONEY RILEY, b. November 12, 1800.
            xi.                    RACHEL RILEY, b. 1801.



Descendants of Amatoya Moytoy

46. ALCY5 DOUBLEHEAD (CHIEF4, GREAT3 EAGLE, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1800, and died Bef. 1838. She married GILES MCNULTY. He was born 1790.
     
Children of ALCY DOUBLEHEAD and GILES MCNULTY are:
            i.                     ELZIRA6 MCNULTY, b. 1823.
            ii.                     ELIZA MCNULTY, b. 1826.
            iii.                    JOHN MCNULTY, b. 1828.
            iv.                    GEORGE MCNULTY, b. 1830.
            v.                    BLEVIN MCNULTY, b. 1832; d. Bef. 1896.
            Notes for BLEVIN MCNULTY:
1851 Old Settler roll: Illinois, Group 11
            vi.                    MARY MCNULTY, b. 1836; d. Aft. 1896; m. MILLER; b. 1830.
            Notes for MARY MCNULTY:
1851 Old Settler roll: Canadian, Group 69
1894-96 O.S. payroll: Texanna, Page 15 & 80. .

47. CATHERINE5 PUMPKIN (PUMPKIN4 BOY, GREAT3 EAGLE, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1782. She married JAMES SPENCER. He was born 1780.

Notes for CATHERINE PUMPKIN:
Emigration: 1838, with John Drew's detachment
Residence: 1842, on the Sallisaw about 8-9 miles from it's mouth

Notes for JAMES SPENCER:
Possibly the James Spencer that swore testimony to the estate claims on Doublehead with John Drew as his interpreter?
     
Child of CATHERINE PUMPKIN and JAMES SPENCER is:
            i.                     DANIEL D6 SPENCER, b. 1811.


48. JAMES5 DOUGHERTY, JR (JAMES4, AH-NEE-WA-KEE3, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born 1780 in Hightower, CN East, Forsyth Co, GA. He married MARY DEAN. She was born 1783 in Wilkes Co, GA, and died 1860.

Notes for JAMES DOUGHERTY, JR:
Blood: 1/4 Cherokee

Notes for MARY DEAN:
1851 Siler roll: Lumpkin Co, GA, fam# 5, roll# 1869 as Mary Daugharty
1852 Chapman roll: Lumpkin Co, GA, fam# 5, roll# 2010 as Mary Daugharty
     
Children of JAMES DOUGHERTY and MARY DEAN are:
            i.                     SUSANNA6 DOUGHERTY, b. October 27, 1806, Dawson Co, GA; d. 1889.
            ii.                     MARY DOUGHERTY, b. 1808, Dawson Co, GA; d. 1894; m. WILLIAM WILLIS; b. 1800.
            iii.                    CHARLES DOUGHERTY, b. December 23, 1809, Dawson Co, GA.
            iv.                    SARAH DOUGHERTY, b. February 17, 1811.
            v.                    CYNTHIA DOUGHERTY, b. February 11, 1813.
            vi.                    ELIZABETH DOUGHERTY, b. March 17, 1815.
            vii.                   FRANCES DOUGHERTY, b. December 01, 1816.
            viii.                  BENJAMIN DOUGHERTY, b. January 18, 1818; m. JULIA ANN TALLEY; b. 1820.
            ix.                    LITTLETON M DOUGHERTY, b. 1820.


49. JAMES5 WARD, SR (CATHERINE4 MCDANIEL, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born 1783, and died 1859. He married (1) SARAH SIDNEY REDDING. She was born 1785, and died 1808. He married (2) LUCY HAYNIE. She was born 1787, and died 1869.

Notes for JAMES WARD, SR:
1851 Old Settler roll: Going Snake, Group 8

Notes for SARAH SIDNEY REDDING:
Source: (1) Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, 382, 564

Notes for LUCY HAYNIE:
Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, 382, [565]
     
Children of JAMES WARD and LUCY HAYNIE are:
            i.                     CATHERINE6 WARD, b. 1812.
            ii.                     JOHN WARD, b. 1814.
            Notes for JOHN WARD:
(Source: no issue.).
            iii.                    LUCY WARD, b. 1816.
            iv.                    MOSES HAYNIE WARD, b. 1818.
            v.                    BRYAN WARD II, b. 1820.
            vi.                    GEORGE W WARD, b. 1822.
            vii.                   ROSANNA WARD, b. 1824.
            viii.                  THOMAS CARROLL WARD, b. 1826.
            ix.                    JAMES WARD, JR, b. 1828.
            x.                    NANNIE WARD, b. January 29, 1830.


50. GEORGE5 WARD (CATHERINE4 MCDANIEL, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born March 17, 1787 in Cherokee Nation, East TN, and died 1863 in Civil War. He married LUCY MAYES December 15, 1805. She was born March 05, 1789, and died November 11, 1867.

Notes for GEORGE WARD:
Source: Starr, Ward 1-2, A39

1851 Drennan roll: Disputed, 15
Cause of Death: Died in Civil War assassinated by Pin Indians
Emigration: 1837, from GA to Delaware Dist, CN West

Notes for LUCY MAYES:
Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, 382, 557

Starr's book has a typo on Lucy's birth date; the book states March 5, 1879, it should read March 05, 1789.

More About LUCY MAYES:
Blood: Non-Cherokee
     
Children of GEORGE WARD and LUCY MAYES are:
            i.                     SABRINA6 WARD, b. 1808.
            ii.                     CHARLOTTE WARD, b. 1810.
            iii.                    JOHN M WARD, b. 1812.
            iv.                    JAMES WARD, b. January 17, 1815.
            v.                    NANNIE WARD, b. 1816.
            vi.                    MARTHA WARD, b. February 22, 1819.
            vii.                   MARY WARD, b. 1820.
            viii.                  SAMUEL M WARD, b. 1822.
            ix.                    SUSIE WARD, b. 1824.
            x.                    LUCY ANN WARD, b. 1826; m. (1) ROBERT HOWELL; b. 1820; m. (2) MATTHEW THOMPSON; b. 1820; m. (3) NATHANIEL BONAPARTE LUCKEY; b. 1820; m. (4) GEORGE COLCHER.
            Notes for LUCY ANN WARD:
Source: Starr, Ward 1-2-10
1851 Drennan roll: Disputed, 16 as Lucy Ann Thompson

            Notes for NATHANIEL BONAPARTE LUCKEY:
1902-07 Dawes roll: card# 2796, roll# 232i
Blood: Non-Cherokee
            xi.                    MALINDA JOSEPHINE WARD, b. 1828.
            xii.                   WILEY WARD, b. 1830.
            Notes for WILEY WARD:
Source: Cherokee by Blood, 124

Wiley is not listed in Starr's Ward 1-2-x family group but his niece lists him in her testimony on the Miller roll. . .



Descendants of Amatoya Moytoy

51. SAMUEL5 WARD, SR (CATHERINE4 MCDANIEL, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born 1788, and died 1834. He married (1) EASTER DAVIS. She was born 1790. He married (2) SALLIE EARWOOD. She was born 1790.

Notes for SAMUEL WARD, SR:
Source: Starr, Ward 1-3

Notes for EASTER DAVIS:
Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, 382

Notes for SALLIE EARWOOD:
Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, 382.
     
Child of SAMUEL WARD and EASTER DAVIS is:
            i.                     SAMUEL6 WARD, JR, b. 1810.
     
Children of SAMUEL WARD and SALLIE EARWOOD are:
            ii.                     GEORGE HOWARD6 WARD, b. 1814.
            iii.                    MARTIN WARD, b. 1816.


52. ELIZABETH5 WARD (CATHERINE4 MCDANIEL, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born 1790. She married (1) JOHN COX. He was born 1780. She married (2) ELIJAHSUTTON. He was born 1782.

Notes for ELIZABETH WARD:
Source: Starr, Ward 1-4

Notes for JOHN COX:
Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, 382

Notes for ELIJAH SUTTON:
Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, 382

1848 Mullay roll: #1395
Blood: Non-Cherokee

     
Children of ELIZABETH WARD and ELIJAH SUTTON are:
            i.                     JOHN W6 SUTTON, b. 1810.
            ii.                     HARRIETT SUTTON, b. 1812.
            iii.                    HENRIETTA SUTTON, b. 1814; m. ELLEDGE; b. 1812.
            iv.                    LORETTA SUTTON, b. 1816; m. YOUNGBIRD; b. 1810.
            v.                    CATHERINE SUTTON, b. 1818.
            Notes for CATHERINE SUTTON:
No issue .
     
Child of ELIZABETH WARD is:
            vi.                    GEORGE6 MORRIS, b. 1820.
            Notes for GEORGE MORRIS:
No issue .

53. SUSIE5 WARD (CATHERINE4 MCDANIEL, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born 1792. She married WILLIAM ENGLAND, SR. He was born 1790.

Notes for WILLIAM ENGLAND, SR:
Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, 382
     
Children of SUSIE WARD and WILLIAM ENGLAND are:
            i.                     MATILDA6 ENGLAND, b. 1812.
            ii.                     HEPSIE ENGLAND, b. 1814.
            iii.                    JOSEPH ENGLAND, b. 1816.
            iv.                    SABRA ENGLAND, b. 1818.
            v.                    TILLMAN ENGLAND, b. 1818.
            Notes for TILLMAN ENGLAND:
No issue
            vi.                    WILLIAM ENGLAND, JR, b. 1820.
            vii.                   CHAPMAN ENGLAND, b. 1822.
            Notes for CHAPMAN ENGLAND:
No issue .

54. NANNIE5 WARD (CATHERINE4 MCDANIEL, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born 1794. She married (1) STEPHEN CARROLL. He was born 1790. She married (2) THOMAS MONROE. He was born 1790.

Notes for NANNIE WARD:
Source: Starr, Ward 1-6

1851 Drennan roll: Disputed, 25 as Nancy Carrol

Notes for THOMAS MONROE:
Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, 382
     
Children of NANNIE WARD and STEPHEN CARROLL are:
            i.                     SUSIE6 CARROLL, b. 1832.
            ii.                     ANNIE CARROLL, b. 1834; m. HAREFORD; b. 1830.
            Notes for ANNIE CARROLL:
No issue

1851 Drennan roll: Disputed, 25
            iii.                    LUCY JANE CARROLL, b. 1836; m. WILLIAM HATHAWAY; b. 1830.
            Notes for LUCY JANE CARROLL:
1851 Drennan roll: Disputed, 25
            iv.                    LETTIE CARROLL, b. 1838.
            Notes for LETTIE CARROLL:
No issue
            v.                    CAROLINE CARROLL, b. 1840.
     
Children of NANNIE WARD and THOMAS MONROE are:
            vi.                    NARCISSA6 MONROE, b. 1818.
            vii.                   FINCHER MONROE, b. 1814.
            viii.                  LUCRETIA MONROE, b. 1816.
            ix.                    THOMAS R MONROE, b. 1818.
            x.                    SIMPSON FOSTER MONROE, b. 1820.


55. BRYAN5 WARD I (CATHERINE4 MCDANIEL, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born 1796. He married TEMPERANCE STANCEL. She was born 1800.

Notes for BRYAN WARD I:
1851 Old Settler roll: Delaware, Group 38
Emigration: 1833, OK


Notes for TEMPERANCE STANCEL:
Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, 382, 547, 560
     
Children of BRYAN WARD and TEMPERANCE STANCEL are:
            i.                     JOHN S6 WARD, b. October 07, 1820.
            ii.                     MILDRED WARD, b. 1822.
            iii.                    MARTHA ANN WARD, b. 1824.
            iv.                    GEORGE HILMON WARD, b. 1828.
            v.                    FRANCES CATHERINE WARD, b. 1832.




Descendants of Amatoya Moytoy

56. CHARLES JACKSON5 WARD (CATHERINE4 MCDANIEL, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born 1800, and died February 1862. He married (1) RUTHHOLLINGSWORTH 1820. She was born 1800. He married (2) NANNIE CROSS 1824. She was born 1800. He married (3) MARY ELVIRA HENSLEY 1830. She was born 1808, and died 1878.

Notes for CHARLES JACKSON WARD:
1848 Mullay roll: #1081
1851 Siler roll: near Murphy, Cherokee Co, NC, fam# 23, roll# 1352
1852 Chapman roll: near Murphy, Cherokee Co, NC, fam# 23, roll# 1390
Blood: 1/4 Cherokee (by Mullay)

Notes for RUTH HOLLINGSWORTH:
Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, 382, 549

Notes for NANNIE CROSS:
Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, 382, 549

Notes for MARY ELVIRA HENSLEY:
Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, 382

1848 Mullay roll: #1082 as Mary Ward
1851 Siler roll: near Murphy, Cherokee Co, NC, fam# 23, roll# 1353 as Polly Ward
1852 Chapman roll: near Murphy, Cherokee Co, NC, fam# 23, roll# 1391 as Polly Ward

     
Children of CHARLES WARD and RUTH HOLLINGSWORTH are:
            i.                     ELIZABETH JANE6 WARD, b. 1820.
            ii.                     MARY ADELINE WARD, b. 1822.
     
Children of CHARLES WARD and NANNIE CROSS are:
            iii.                    WILLIAM6 WARD, b. 1824; m. SUSANNAH VANN; b. 1830.
            Notes for WILLIAM WARD:
No issue
            iv.                    MINERVA WARD, b. 1826.
     
Children of CHARLES WARD and MARY HENSLEY are:
            v.                    MATILDA6 WARD, b. 1833.
            vi.                    MARY ELVIRA WARD, b. December 29, 1836.
            vii.                   MARTHA CATHERINE WARD, b. 1839.
            viii.                  JOHN TISDALE WARD, b. 1840.
            ix.                    GEORGE WASHINGTON WARD, b. 1842.
            x.                    CHARLES RUFUS WARD, b. 1845.
            xi.                    BENJAMIN WARD, b. 1848.


57. ALLEN5 MCDANIEL (JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born 1798 in Washington Co, GA, and died 1847 in Arkansas. He married SOPHIA WILLIAMS March 27, 1825 in Pike Co, GA. She was born October 16, 1805, and died July 26, 1867 in Eutaw, Limestone Co, TX.

Notes for ALLEN MCDANIEL:
      After the death of his father John McDaniel, Allen, with his mother, sisters, and brothers, moved to Pike Co., GA and settled in the 7th District near Zebulon.
      About 1842 reports reached Georgia of a wonderful and unsettled country west of the Mississippi River called Texas. Texas had won her independence from Mexico. Allen and Sophia took their family and joined the next caravan going west in 1843. They sold their property, some livestock and other things that could not be taken on journey. They carried with them feather beds, pillows, quilts, clothes for the family, buckskin coats, tubs filled with dishes and cooking utensils, coffee mill, spinning wheels and looms. They also took their best milk cow.
      After many weeks of traveling with the caravan, they came to Kosciusko, MS. Many of the wagon train decided to stay a year in Kosciusko before travelling on to Texas. Allen and Sophia found several more McDaniels in the area. There were twelve or more land owners and voters listed in the tax rolls, some as early as 1841. Allen and Sophia decided to stay here for a time. Allen McDaniel was listed in the Atalla Co. tax roll of 1846, but not in 1848. His wife Sophia McDaniel was listed as head of household in the 1850 census of Atalla Co., Kosciousko, MS.
      Some of the family say Allen McDaniel died while on a trip to Arkansas, but was buried in McDaniel Cemetery in Kosciusko, MS.

1825 GA Tax Digest:
Allen McDaniel-1 poll-101 1/2 acres 2nd class land
101 1/2 acres 3rd class land on the Tobusopkie Creek adj Jinks.
490 acres in Irwin Co Lot #298, 4th District


Notes for SOPHIA WILLIAMS:
      Several years after her husband's death and at her sons' urgings, Sophia and some of her family joined another wagon train. After a long journey, she purchases 200 acres south of Eutaw, Limestone Co., Texas.
     
Children of ALLEN MCDANIEL and SOPHIA WILLIAMS are:
65.
i.                     JOHN W6 MCDANIEL, b. December 27, 1825, Pike Co, GA; d. October 22, 1896, Eutaw, Limestone Co, TX.
66.
ii.                     JOSEPH W MCDANIEL, b. August 13, 1827, Pike Co, GA; d. 1912, TX.
67.
iii.                    AUGUSTUS H MCDANIEL, b. April 13, 1829, Pike Co, GA; d. April 26, 1864, Limestone Co, TX.
            iv.                    JAMES L MCDANIEL, b. September 02, 1830; d. Bef. 1832.
            Notes for JAMES L MCDANIEL:
He died before reaching manhood and it is believed he died in infancy. The next child was given his name as was often done during that period.
            v.                    JAMES L MCDANIEL, b. March 22, 1832, Pike Co, GA.
            Notes for JAMES L MCDANIEL:
Sometimes he used James C McDaniel. He was a teenage boy when he came with his parents to Atalla Co., Kosciousko, MS. He is listed with his siblings in the Atalla Co. 1850 census. It is not known whether he migrated from MS to Limestone Co., TX with his mother and family. There is a James McDaniel listed as a soldier in the Confederacy on record in the State Archives in Austin, TX, but information is lacking.
68.
vi.                    EMILY MCDANIEL, b. January 29, 1834, Pike Co, GA; d. Eutaw, Limestone Co, TX.
69.
vii.                   ALLEN WILSON MCDANIEL, b. August 02, 1835, Pike Co, GA; d. June 03, 1915, Eutaw, Limestone Co, TX.
70.
viii.                  AMANDA CAROLINE MCDANIEL, b. July 29, 1839, Pike Co., GA; d. October 1898.
            ix.                    CHARLES MCDANIEL, b. January 19, 1840, Pike Co., GA; d. Aft. 1892, Limestone Co., TX.
71.
x.                    MARTHA P MCDANIEL, b. June 03, 1843, Pike Co., GA; d. June 25, 1873, Eutaw, Limestone Co., TX.
72.
xi.                    JULIUS ALFORD MCDANIEL, b. May 13, 1846, Kosciusko, Atalla Co., MS; d. August 18, 1921, Ben Hur, TX.


58. MATTHEW5 MCDANIEL (JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born 1803 in Washington Co, GA, and died Aft. 1880 in TX. He married CATHERINE DANIELOctober 06, 1836 in Pike Co, GA.

Notes for MATTHEW MCDANIEL:
      Some records show Matthew born in 1810.
      Matthew McDaniel left Georgia for Texas, but spent some years in Mississippi. He is listed in Kosciousko, MS tax records in 1843 and 1846.
      Matthew and Catherine settled in Limestone Co., TX near the pioneer village of Eutaw. He engaged in farming. His wife died several years before he did. He was living in 1880 and was listed in 1880 Texas census as living in the home of his nephew, Allen W. McDaniel at Buffalo Motte, Odds Community, TX.

     
Children of MATTHEW MCDANIEL and CATHERINE DANIEL are:
73.
i.                     JOSEPH W6 MCDANIEL.
74.
ii.                     SALLIE H MCDANIEL, b. July 1846; d. Limestone Co., TX.


59. NELLIE5 MCDANIEL (ALEXANDER4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1788. She married JOHN CALVIN MARTIN, son of JOHN MARTIN and SUSANNAEMORY. He was born October 20, 1781 in Cherokee Nation, East TN, and died October 17, 1840 in Fort Gibson.

Notes for NELLIE MCDANIEL:
Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, 306



Notes for JOHN CALVIN MARTIN:
Source: Starr, Grant 1-1-3-9, A11, C638
Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, A11, 467, 551

John was a member of the Cherokee Constitutional convention of 1827, was the first treasurer and first Chief Justice of the Cherokee Nation. In Starr's notes, A11, on page 467, there is a typo in John's date of death, it reads 1740 and should read 1840.

Attached to a copy of the 1906 application for Andromache Shelton nee Bell was a page listing the children of John Martin and his wives, Nellie and Lucy McDaniel, and a letter by his grand-daughter. Eugenie Madeline Shelton...

Sept 21, 1908
"...John Martin, my maternal grand father, had two wives - sisters - Nelly and Lucy McDaniel - from whom were born to him eight children each - besides - he had one child, Amelia or Milly as she was usually called, whose mother was a Matoy - these Matoy's were old settlers or western Cherokees and her name may not appear on the roll of 1851 of emigrants - she [Amelia] died childless..."

More About JOHN CALVIN MARTIN:
Buried at: 1840, Ft Gibson Civilian Cem, OK
Clan: Long-Haired Clan (Mary Grant)
     
Children of NELLIE MCDANIEL and JOHN MARTIN are:
            i.                     ANNIE6 MARTIN, b. 1811.
            ii.                     BRICE MARTIN, b. 1812.
            iii.                    SUSANNAH MARTIN, b. 1813.
            iv.                    GABRIEL MARTIN, b. 1814.
            v.                    MARTHA PATSY MARTIN, b. April 07, 1815.
            vi.                    RICHARD FIELDS MARTIN, b. 1818; d. 1868.
            Notes for RICHARD FIELDS MARTIN:
No issue
            vii.                   JOSEPH LYNCH MARTIN, b. August 20, 1820.
            viii.                  ELLEN MARTIN, b. 1821; d. 1861; m. JAMES JEREMIAH VANN, 1851; b. August 25, 1830; d. 1858.
            Notes for ELLEN MARTIN:
No issue .



Descendants of Amatoya Moytoy

60. LUCY5 MCDANIEL (ALEXANDER4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1790 in Cherokee Nation, East TN, and died Aft. 1851. She married JOHN CALVINMARTIN, son of JOHN MARTIN and SUSANNA EMORY. He was born October 20, 1781 in Cherokee Nation, East TN, and died October 17, 1840 in Fort Gibson.

Notes for LUCY MCDANIEL:
Residence: 1851, Saline Dist, IT

Notes for JOHN CALVIN MARTIN:
Source: Starr, Grant 1-1-3-9, A11, C638
Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, A11, 467, 551

John was a member of the Cherokee Constitutional convention of 1827, was the first treasurer and first Chief Justice of the Cherokee Nation. In Starr's notes, A11, on page 467, there is a typo in John's date of death, it reads 1740 and should read 1840.

Attached to a copy of the 1906 application for Andromache Shelton nee Bell was a page listing the children of John Martin and his wives, Nellie and Lucy McDaniel, and a letter by his grand-daughter. Eugenie Madeline Shelton...

Sept 21, 1908
"...John Martin, my maternal grand father, had two wives - sisters - Nelly and Lucy McDaniel - from whom were born to him eight children each - besides - he had one child, Amelia or Milly as she was usually called, whose mother was a Matoy - these Matoy's were old settlers or western Cherokees and her name may not appear on the roll of 1851 of emigrants - she [Amelia] died childless..."

More About JOHN CALVIN MARTIN:
Buried at: 1840, Ft Gibson Civilian Cem, OK
Clan: Long-Haired Clan (Mary Grant)
     
Children of LUCY MCDANIEL and JOHN MARTIN are:
            i.                     CHARLOTTE6 MARTIN, b. 1812.
            ii.                     JENNIE MARTIN, b. 1816.
            iii.                    JOHN MARTIN, b. June 11, 1819.
            iv.                    NANCY MARTIN, b. 1820.
            v.                    ELIZA MARTIN, b. 1821.
            vi.                    RACHEL MARTIN, b. 1822.
            vii.                   CICERO MARTIN, b. 1823; d. 1844.
            Notes for CICERO MARTIN:
No issue
            viii.                  PAULINE MARTIN, b. 1824.


61. KATY5 MCDANIEL (ALEXANDER4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1796, and died 1885 in Cherokee Nation, East TN. She married THOMAS RAPER1815 in Cherokee Co, NC. He was born 1797, and died 1868 in Fannin Co, GA.

Notes for KATY MCDANIEL:
1848 Mullay roll: #1035 as Catherine Raper
1851 Siler roll: near Murphy, Cherokee Co, NC, fam# 27, roll# 1376 as Catherine Raper
1852 Chapman roll: near Murphy, Cherokee Co, NC, fam# 27, roll# 1412 as Catherine Raper
Blood: 1/4 Cherokee


Notes for THOMAS RAPER:
1848 Mullay roll: #1034
1851 Siler roll: near Murphy, Cherokee Co, NC, fam# 28, roll# 1375
1852 Chapman roll: near Murphy, Cherokee Co, NC, fam# 28, roll# 1411
Blood: Non-Cherokee
     
Children of KATY MCDANIEL and THOMAS RAPER are:
            i.                     JACKSON6 RAPER, b. 1815; d. August 01, 1845.
            Notes for JACKSON RAPER:
1848 Mullay roll: #1037
Blood: 1/8 Cherokee
            ii.                     SUSANNAH RAPER, b. 1817; d. September 28, 1848.
            Notes for SUSANNAH RAPER:
1848 Mullay roll: #1036
Blood: 1/8 Cherokee
            iii.                    CHARLES RAPER, b. 1818.
            iv.                    ALEXANDER RAPER, b. 1819.
            v.                    NANCY RAPER, b. March 1822.
            vi.                    MARY RAPER, b. 1823.


62. MARY5 MCDANIEL (ALEXANDER4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1799 in Habersham Co, GA, and died 1889. She married JESSE RAPER. He was born 1795.

Notes for MARY MCDANIEL:
(Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, 464.)

1848 Mullay roll: #1041 as Mary Raper
1851 Siler roll: near Murphy, Cherokee Co, NC, fam# 31, roll# 1387 as Mary Raper
1852 Chapman roll: near Murphy, Cherokee Co, NC, fam# 31, roll# 1423 as Mary Raper
1869 Sweatland roll: #1380 as Mary Raper
Blood: 1/4 Cherokee



Notes for JESSE RAPER:
1848 Mullay roll: #1040
1851 Siler roll: near Murphy, Cherokee Co, NC, fam# 31, roll# 1386
1852 Chapman roll: near Murphy, Cherokee Co, NC, fam# 31, roll# 1422
1869 Sweatland roll: #1379
Blood: Non-Cherokee

     
Children of MARY MCDANIEL and JESSE RAPER are:
            i.                     MARTIN J6 RAPER, b. 1818; d. 1909.
            Notes for MARTIN J RAPER:
1848 Mullay roll: #1046
1851 Siler roll: near Murphy, Cherokee Co, NC, fam# 31, roll# 1388
1852 Chapman roll: near Murphy, Cherokee Co, NC, fam# 31, roll# 1424
1869 Sweatland roll: #1381
1906-09 Miller roll: Chance, OK, ap# 976, roll# 22014
Blood: 1/8 Cherokee
            ii.                     CHARLES RAPER, b. 1820.
            iii.                    CATHERINE RAPER, b. 1823.
            iv.                    PATSY RAPER, b. 1823; m. THOMAS FAIN, DR; b. 1820.
            Notes for PATSY RAPER:
No issue

1848 Mullay roll: #1047
1869 Sweatland roll: #1387 as Patsey Fain
Blood: 1/8 Cherokee
            v.                    ELIZA RAPER, b. 1825.
            vi.                    MARTHA RAPER, b. 1825.
            Notes for MARTHA RAPER:
1851 Siler roll: near Murphy, Cherokee Co, NC, fam# 31, roll# 1390
1852 Chapman roll: near Murphy, Cherokee Co, NC, fam# 31, roll# 1426
Blood: 1/8 Cherokee
            vii.                   LEWIS RAPER, b. 1827.
            viii.                  GABRIEL RAPER, b. 1829.
            Notes for GABRIEL RAPER:
No issue

1848 Mullay roll: #1042
1851 Siler roll: near Murphy, Cherokee Co, NC, fam# 31, roll# 1391
1852 Chapman roll: near Murphy, Cherokee Co, NC, fam# 31, roll# 1427
Blood: 1/8 Cherokee
            ix.                    NANNIE RAPER, b. 1834.
            x.                    JOHN A RAPER, b. 1835; m. MARY ANN CHRISTOPHER; b. 1845.
            Notes for JOHN A RAPER:
1848 Mullay roll: #1044 as Powell Raper
1851 Siler roll: near Murphy, Cherokee Co, NC, fam# 31, roll# 1392 as Powell Raper
1852 Chapman roll: near Murphy, Cherokee Co, NC, fam# 31, roll# 1428 as John A Raper
1869 Sweatland roll: #1382 as Powell Raper
1902-07 Dawes roll: card# 2529, roll# 23383 as John A Raper
1906-09 Miller roll: Choteau, OK, ap# 212, roll# 22001
Blood: 1/8 Cherokee








            Notes for MARY ANN CHRISTOPHER:
In Starr's Raper 1-9 family group Mary is listed as Mary Ann Tillotson; however, Mary listed in her Dawes application that her maiden name was Christopher and that her father was Kemsey Christopher.

1902-07 Dawes roll: card# 2529, roll# 254i as Mary A Raper
Blood: Non-Cherokee
            xi.                    RACHEL A RAPER, b. 1841.
            xii.                   ALONZO RAPER, b. 1845.
            Notes for ALONZO RAPER:
No issue.

1851 Siler roll: near Murphy, Cherokee Co, NC, fam# 31, roll# 1393
1852 Chapman roll: near Murphy, Cherokee Co, NC, fam# 31, roll# 1429
Blood: 1/8 Cherokee .



Descendants of Amatoya Moytoy

63. SUKEY5 MCDANIEL (ALEXANDER4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1813, and died 1860 in Cherokee Co, NC. She married JAMES RAPER. He was born 1808, and died 1860 in Cherokee Co, NC.

Notes for SUKEY MCDANIEL:
1848 Mullay roll: #1030 as Susan Raper
1851 Siler roll: near Murphy, Cherokee Co, NC, fam# 32, roll# 1396 as Susan Raper
1852 Chapman roll: near Murphy, Cherokee Co, NC, fam# 32, roll# 1432 as Susan Raper
Blood: 1/4~1/2 Cherokee


Daughter of Alexander & Mary

Notes for JAMES RAPER:
1848 Mullay roll: #1029
1851 Siler roll: near Murphy, Cherokee Co, NC, fam# 32, roll# 1395
1852 Chapman roll: near Murphy, Cherokee Co, NC, fam# 32, roll# 1431
1869 Sweatland roll: #1317
Blood: Non-Cherokee
     
Children of SUKEY MCDANIEL and JAMES RAPER are:
            i.                     ELIZABETH6 RAPER, b. 1829.
            ii.                     WILLIAM RAPER, b. 1831.
            iii.                    CATHERINE RAPER, b. 1834.
            iv.                    ALEXANDER RAPER, b. February 26, 1836.



Descendants of Amatoya Moytoy

Generation No. 6


64. NANCY6 HARLAN (CATHERINE5 KINGFISHER, NANYE'HI4, TAME3 DOE, NANCY2 MOYTOY, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1777. She married CALEB STARR.
     
Child of NANCY HARLAN and CALEB STARR is:
75.
i.                     JAMES7 STARR, SR, b. Abt. 1796, McMinn Co, TN; d. November 09, 1845, Oak Grove, Flint Dist, Cherokee Nation, IT, Adair Co, OK.


65. JOHN W6 MCDANIEL (ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born December 27, 1825 in Pike Co, GA, and died October 22, 1896 in Eutaw, Limestone Co, TX. He married JANE MCKINLEY 1852 in Kosciusko, Atalla Co., MS, daughter of CHARLES MCKINLEY and NANCY WALLACE. She was born April 27, 1822, and died February 08, 1875 in Eutaw, Limestone Co, TX.

Notes for JOHN W MCDANIEL:
      John W McDaniel was in the Confederate Army several months with the Eutaw Blues, Co., K 20th, Texas Cavalry, Bass's Regiment.
      Found in the Kosse Cyclone, "John McDaniel, one of the oldest settlers in this country, died at the home of his son-in-law, Rodney F. Ayers, (sic) last Thursday, October 22, 1896, of old age and a complication of diseases. The remains were interred at Eutaw Cemetery with Masonic honors.
     
Children of JOHN MCDANIEL and JANE MCKINLEY are:
            i.                     OPHELIA7 MCDANIEL, b. February 11, 1854; m. ZACHARIAH TAYLOR WILLIAMS, February 12, 1871; b. February 18, 1847, Attala Co., MS.
            Notes for OPHELIA MCDANIEL:
Ophelia McDaniel and Zachariah Williams had no children of their own, but reared thirteen foster children from four different families and proudly referred to them as "our children."
76.
ii.                     CHARLES A MCDANIEL, b. 1856, Limestone Co., TX; d. Abt. 1890, Eutaw, Limestone Co, TX.
77.
iii.                    JOHN MCDANIEL, b. 1858.
78.
iv.                    AUGUSTA JANE MCDANIEL, b. June 14, 1863, Limestone Co., TX; d. February 21, 1903, Eutaw, Limestone Co, TX.


66. JOSEPH W6 MCDANIEL (ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born August 13, 1827 in Pike Co, GA, and died 1912 in TX. He married MARY OLDHAMin MS. She was born 1834 in SC, and died Aft. 1912 in TX.

Notes for JOSEPH W MCDANIEL:
      Joseph did not leave Mississippi with the rest of the family. He continued to live on the McDaniel plantation growing cotton, corn, cane and vegetable gardens.
      Joseph had been married only a year when when he entered the army to fight for the Confederacy in the Civil War. When he returned from the war, he found much destruction caused by the northern troops having been there, but his plantation was still intact and his family safe. Exposure to cold, wet weather with inadequate clothing undermined his health and it was never good again. Shortly after 1870 Joseph and Mary gave the plantation to his former slaves (who had been very loyal before, during, and after the war) and joined a wagon train headed for Texas.

     
Children of JOSEPH MCDANIEL and MARY OLDHAM are:
79.
i.                     JAMES AUGUSTUS7 MCDANIEL, b. January 03, 1860, Attala Co., MS; d. February 1937, Shawnee, OK.
80.
ii.                     SOPHIA M MCDANIEL, b. 1863, Atalla Co., MS.
81.
iii.                    ETHEL MCDANIEL, b. 1864, MS.
82.
iv.                    JANE C MCDANIEL, b. 1865, MS.
            v.                    MARY MCDANIEL, b. 1865, MS.
83.
vi.                    LOU ELLEN MCDANIEL, b. 1875.
            vii.                   AMANDA MCDANIEL.


67. AUGUSTUS H6 MCDANIEL (ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born April 13, 1829 in Pike Co, GA, and died April 26, 1864 in Limestone Co, TX. He married EMILY MCKINLEY 1850. She was born January 15, 1830 in Upson Co, GA, and died August 22, 1860 in Limestone Co, TX.

Notes for AUGUSTUS H MCDANIEL:
      Augustus and Emily were some of the earliest settlers in Eutaw, TX. He operated a store and was Postmaster in 1858. He was a charter member of the Eutaw Masonic Lodge, No. 233, A.F. & A.M.
      When the North and South went to war, the Eutaw Blues was organized. Augustus enlisted and was a First Lieutenant under Captain F Moss, 12th Calvary, Co. K, 12th Regiment, Texas Dragoons. He returned home from the war in 1864 and died the same year.
      Both Augustus and Emily are buried in the Eutaw Cemetery.
     
Children of AUGUSTUS MCDANIEL and EMILY MCKINLEY are:
84.
i.                     EMMA7 MCDANIEL, b. Eutaw, Limestone Co, TX; d. 1919, TX.
85.
ii.                     LOUISA MCDANIEL.
            iii.                    WILLIAM AUGUSTUS MCDANIEL.
            Notes for WILLIAM AUGUSTUS MCDANIEL:
Known as Bill, he married in Oklahoma Territory and lived most of the time in Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Colorado. He would stay on a claim the required length of time, then return to Texas to visit his folks. He died in East Texas near his sister Emma's home. Reports are his two sons live in Colorado.
86.
iv.                    CALEDONIA EUGENIA MCDANIEL, b. January 06, 1855, Eutaw, Limestone Co, TX; d. March 15, 1937, Vernon, TX.


68. EMILY6 MCDANIEL (ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born January 29, 1834 in Pike Co, GA, and died in Eutaw, Limestone Co, TX. She married FRANK DURHAM December 26, 1849 in Kosciusko, Atalla Co., MS. He died in Eutaw, Limestone Co, TX.

Notes for EMILY MCDANIEL:
Emily was about 9 years old when she came with her family from GA to MS. They settled on a 400 acre plantation. She attended school with her brothers and sisters. She was almost 16 when she married Frank Durham. Several years later, they and their small children joined the McDaniel wagon train and headed west to Limestone Co., TX. Frank purchased a farm about 3 miles from the pioneer stage coach terminal town of Eutaw where Emily and Frank spent the rest of their lives. They are buried in the Eutaw Cemetery.
     
Child of EMILY MCDANIEL and FRANK DURHAM is:
87.
i.                     JOHN WILLIAM7 DURHAM, b. November 25, 1852, Kosciusko, Atalla Co., MS; d. June 02, 1918.


69. ALLEN WILSON6 MCDANIEL (ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born August 02, 1835 in Pike Co, GA, and died June 03, 1915 in Eutaw, Limestone Co, TX. He married ADELINE MCKINLEY January 12, 1860 in Eutaw, Limestone Co, TX, daughter of CHARLES MCKINLEY and NANCY WALLACE. She was born December 24, 1842 in Upson Co, GA, and died September 09, 1898 in Eutaw, Limestone Co, TX.

Notes for ALLEN WILSON MCDANIEL:
(aka Uncle Tom)
      Allen was with his family when they migrated from GA to MS in the early 1840's. His older brothers had settled in Limestone Co., TX and when he was 21 years old, he left Kosciousko, MS, joined A.W. Brown's Company in 1855 and came by wagon to Shelby Co., TX. He continued the rest of his journey on foot and reached Eutaw, Limestone Co. three weeks later. He often related his experiences of tramping across the unsettled country of East Texas with no company except a variety of wild game and birds of every specie and color. He walked along the Indian trails, though he never encountered Indians, and reached his brother's home with $35.00 in his pocket. He farmed two years with his brother, but didn't realize much profit. He drove a freight wagon drawn by eight mules, delivering freight from the chief trading center of Houston, TX. Hauling supplies to Eutaw and other Texas settlements and freight from the interior to Houston was work from "sun to sun." His pay was $3.00 per day. Many times the mules had all they could do to pull the heavily loaded wagon over muddy roads, with axle in mud. After rains, the creeks and no bridges made it almost impassable, but deliveries had to be made.
      When Allen married Adeline McKinley, he was the third McDaniel brother to marry into Charles C. McKinley's family. After the marriage, he contracted for 200 acres near Eutaw.
      During the Civil War, Allen enlisted in Captain McGee's Army, Col. Bass Regiment, 20th Texas Cavalry, Co., K at Eutaw. After a year Capt. McGee died and Capt. Wiley Pickens Brown succeeded him. Allen served in the Indian Territory (now Oklahoma), Arkansas, and Missouri. He participated in many hard fought battles and many skirmishes. On July 17, 1863 in the Arkansas region there was a battle in which Allen McDaniel's brother-in-law, James Franklin McKinley, was killed. His horse was standing near his master when Allen found him. At the close of the war Allen led the horse back to Texas and to the McKinley home. Once when Allen and four other soldiers were thinly clad and scarce of food, they were on guard duty at Fayetteville, AR. All became ill and died, but Allen McDaniel. He was left alone to guard until help came.
      In the spring of 1885, Allen purchased several hundred acres of land eight miles north of Kosse, TX. He paid $3.00 per acre and was offered $100.00 per acre before he died. He refused to sell and gave each of his children a farm.       Buried in Eutaw Cemetery.
     
Children of ALLEN MCDANIEL and ADELINE MCKINLEY are:
            i.                     EMILY E7 MCDANIEL, b. November 04, 1860, Limestone Co., TX; d. September 04, 1868, Eutaw, Limestone Co, TX.
            ii.                     NANCY LILLIE MCDANIEL, b. December 08, 1863, Limestone Co., TX; d. February 07, 1950, Marlin, TX.
88.
iii.                    JAMES WESLEY MCDANIEL, b. October 28, 1865, Eutaw, Limestone Co, TX; d. September 18, 1945, Tucumcari, NM.
            iv.                    ISIE LEVEUSER MCDANIEL, b. February 27, 1866, Limestone Co., TX; d. July 29, 1876, Eutaw, Limestone Co., TX.
            v.                    ALLEN BURRIS MCDANIEL, b. December 27, 1866, Limestone Co., TX; d. August 24, 1870, Eutaw, Limestone Co, TX.
            vi.                    HENRY MCDANIEL, b. April 16, 1868, Limestone Co., TX; d. July 23, 1868, Eutaw, Limestone Co, TX.
89.
vii.                   ALBERT CARL MCDANIEL, b. July 29, 1869, Limestone Co., TX; d. September 14, 1962, Marlin, TX.
90.
viii.                  ZACKERY TAYLOR MCDANIEL, b. November 25, 1872, Limestone Co., TX; d. August 02, 1953, Tucumcari, NM.
            ix.                    ANNIE JANE MCDANIEL, b. September 15, 1875, Limestone Co., TX; d. September 05, 1955.
91.
x.                    PRESTON HOLLY MCDANIEL, b. November 22, 1877, Limestone Co., TX; d. December 16, 1964, Brinkman, Greer Co., OK.
92.
xi.                    WILLIAM HOMER MCDANIEL, b. December 10, 1879, Limestone Co., TX; d. April 19, 1951.
93.
xii.                   TOMMIE DELLA MCDANIEL, b. August 18, 1883, Limestone Co., TX.


70. AMANDA CAROLINE6 MCDANIEL (ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born July 29, 1839 in Pike Co., GA, and died October 1898. She married (1) D.M. HUDSON 1861. She married (2) THOMAS E BUTTRELL 1866. He was born April 07, 1822, and died October 01, 1897.
     
Child of AMANDA MCDANIEL and THOMAS BUTTRELL is:
94.
i.                     JULIA7 BUTTRELL, b. June 23, 1867; d. 1961.


71. MARTHA P6 MCDANIEL (ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born June 03, 1843 in Pike Co., GA, and died June 25, 1873 in Eutaw, Limestone Co., TX. She married JAMES MATTHEW CALDWELL 1860. He died in Limestone Co., TX.
     
Children of MARTHA MCDANIEL and JAMES CALDWELL are:
            i.                     JOHN W7 CALDWELL, b. April 07, 1861; d. 1879.
            ii.                     JAMES MATTHEW CALDWELL, b. June 18, 1865; d. December 21, 1880.
            iii.                    JULIUS CALDWELL, b. February 06, 1867.
            iv.                    AMANDA CALDWELL, b. 1870.


72. JULIUS ALFORD6 MCDANIEL (ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born May 13, 1846 in Kosciusko, Atalla Co., MS, and died August 18, 1921 in Ben Hur, TX. He married FRANCES MINERVA ROGERS May 23, 1869. She was born January 14, 1850, and died May 11, 1935.
     
Children of JULIUS MCDANIEL and FRANCES ROGERS are:
95.
i.                     GEORGE7 MCDANIEL, b. April 03, 1870, Limestone Co., TX; d. December 26, 1932, OK.
            ii.                     ROBERT MCDANIEL, b. March 17, 1872; d. December 23, 1873, Limestone Co, TX.
            iii.                    CARRIE J MCDANIEL, b. September 23, 1873; d. February 02, 1878, Limestone Co, TX.
96.
iv.                    MAGGIE LOU MCDANIEL, b. April 15, 1875; d. November 11, 1966.
97.
v.                    CORA ALBERTA MCDANIEL, b. December 15, 1877, Limestone Co., TX; d. November 10, 1968, Mart, TX.
98.
vi.                    MINNIE MCDANIEL, b. June 21, 1879, TX; d. February 07, 1963, Mart, TX.
99.
vii.                   SAMUEL MCDANIEL, b. September 12, 1880, Limestone Co., TX; d. September 06, 1959, Mart, TX.
100.
viii.                  CLAUD MCDANIEL, b. July 03, 1882, Limestone Co., TX; d. November 23, 1968, TX.
101.
ix.                    CHARLES ANDREW MCDANIEL, b. July 18, 1884, Ben Hur, Limestone Co., TX; d. May 29, 1966, TX.
102.
x.                    THOMAS VERNON MCDANIEL, b. November 28, 1886, Ben Hur, Limestone Co., TX; d. August 05, 1962, Mart, TX.
            xi.                    TURNER MCDANIEL, b. January 25, 1890; d. October 13, 1952.


Descendants of Amatoya Moytoy

73. JOSEPH W6 MCDANIEL (MATTHEW5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) He married ELIZABETH FENNER in Kosciusko, MS.
     
Children of JOSEPH MCDANIEL and ELIZABETH FENNER are:
103.
i.                     LILLIE7 MCDANIEL, b. November 09, 1885; Stepchild.
            ii.                     JEFF MCDANIEL, b. February 16, 1887.
            iii.                    NORA MCDANIEL, b. March 18, 1889; m. HARRY LAMSON, 1936.
            iv.                    WILLIE MCDANIEL, b. April 21, 1891; d. June 10, 1896.
            v.                    BELLE MCDANIEL, b. August 13, 1895; d. June 03, 1896.


74. SALLIE H6 MCDANIEL (MATTHEW5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born July 1846, and died in Limestone Co., TX. She married JAMES MATTHEWCALDWELL Aft. 1873. He died in Limestone Co., TX.
     
Child of SALLIE MCDANIEL and JAMES CALDWELL is:
            i.                     ROBERT7 CALDWELL, b. 1880.




Descendants of Amatoya Moytoy

Generation No. 7


75. JAMES7 STARR, SR (NANCY6 HARLAN, CATHERINE5 KINGFISHER, NANYE'HI4, TAME3 DOE, NANCY2 MOYTOY, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1796 in McMinn Co, TN, and died November 09, 1845 in Oak Grove, Flint Dist, Cherokee Nation, IT, Adair Co, OK. He married (1) NELLIE MAUGH Abt. 1820, daughter of WILLICOE MAW and ELIZA QUA-TEE. She was born Abt. 1800 in Cherokee Nation, East TN, and died 1847. He married (2) SUSIE MAUGH Abt. 1820, daughter of WILLICOE MAW and ELIZA QUA-TEE. She was born Abt. 1800.

Notes for JAMES STARR, SR:
Source: Starr, Ghigau 1-1-4-2.

James Starr, his brothers and his father, Caleb, supported emigration. His
brother, Ezekial, travelled with his family to the west in 1834. James became
a member of the Treaty Party, which advocated total tribal removal, and with
other members he signed the controversial Treaty of 1835. James Starr moved to the western Cherokee Nation in 1837.

More About JAMES STARR, SR:
Blood: 1/4 Cherokee
Buried at: Oak Grove Cem, Oak Grove, Adair, OK
Clan: Wolf Clan (Nanye'hi)

Notes for NELLIE MAUGH:
Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, 350



Notes for SUSIE MAUGH:
Source: Emmet Starr, History Of The Cherokee Indians, 350


     
Children are listed above under (36) Nellie Maugh.


76. CHARLES A7 MCDANIEL (JOHN W6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born 1856 in Limestone Co., TX, and died Abt. 1890 in Eutaw, Limestone Co, TX. He married MOLLY Abt. 1870.

Notes for CHARLES A MCDANIEL:
Charles died from from an accidental gun shop about 1890 at his home near Eutaw. He had returned from hunting on his land and laid the gun up against a water well. His youngest son pointed the gun and it went off killing his father.
     
Children of CHARLES MCDANIEL and MOLLY are:
            i.                     OLLIE8 MCDANIEL, b. 1879.
104.
ii.                     CHARLES MCDANIEL, b. 1883, Limestone Co., TX; d. 1960, Snyder, TX.
            iii.                    BARNEY MCDANIEL, b. Abt. 1885.
            iv.                    ROY MCDANIEL, b. 1887.
            v.                    MAGGIE MCDANIEL, b. 1891; m. [UNK] GARRETT.


77. JOHN7 MCDANIEL (JOHN W6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born 1858. He married [UNK].

Notes for JOHN MCDANIEL:
      This John McDaniel lived in the Indian Territory, which later became the state of Oklahoma. Information on his branch of the family is limited and incomplete.
     
Children of JOHN MCDANIEL and [UNK] are:
            i.                     JOE8 MCDANIEL.
            ii.                     ELBERT MCDANIEL.


78. AUGUSTA JANE7 MCDANIEL (JOHN W6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born June 14, 1863 in Limestone Co., TX, and died February 21, 1903 in Eutaw, Limestone Co, TX. She married RODNEY FERREL AYERS January 16, 1881 in Limestone Co., TX. He was born December 01, 1864 in MS, and died February 1927 in Eutaw, Limestone Co, TX.

Notes for AUGUSTA JANE MCDANIEL:
      After Augusta's death, her children made their home with their Aunt Ophelia and Uncle Zack Williams.
     
Children of AUGUSTA MCDANIEL and RODNEY AYERS are:
105.
i.                     EXA OPHELIA8 AYERS, b. October 28, 1881, Limestone Co., TX; d. October 29, 1961.
106.
ii.                     CLARENCE CLIVE AYERS, b. March 21, 1883, Kosse, TX; d. February 26, 1962, Kosse, TX.
107.
iii.                    JOE AYERS, b. May 22, 1885.
108.
iv.                    CATHERINE KEY AYERS, b. July 18, 1887.
109.
v.                    ZACKERY AYERS, b. August 24, 1889.
110.
vi.                    RUTH AYERS, b. November 28, 1891.
111.
vii.                   GRACE AYERS, b. February 18, 1894.
112.
viii.                  GUSSIE AYERS, b. September 1896; d. May 1976.
113.
ix.                    CLARK AYERS, b. June 1900.


79. JAMES AUGUSTUS7 MCDANIEL (JOSEPH W6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born January 03, 1860 in Attala Co., MS, and died February 1937 in Shawnee, OK. He married MARTHA HUGHES January 1883 in TX. She was born February 17, 1866, and died in Shawnee, OK.

Notes for JAMES AUGUSTUS MCDANIEL:
      James and Martha left Texas and moved to the Indian Territory in the Chickasaw Nation. They later moved to Shawnee, then to McCloud where he was a farmer. After farming five years, they returned to Shawnee where he had the grocery business and a livery stable. His children all graduated from Shawnee schools.
     
Children of JAMES MCDANIEL and MARTHA HUGHES are:
            i.                     JOSEPH HUBBARD8 MCDANIEL, b. January 12, 1884; d. October 04, 1903.
114.
ii.                     LAMAR MCDANIEL, b. April 01, 1886; d. January 1963.
115.
iii.                    MARTHA TERESA MCDANIEL, b. March 12, 1888; d. November 25, 1963.
116.
iv.                    EMMA MCDANIEL, b. March 06, 1890; d. June 29, 1929.
            v.                    COMMODORE MCDANIEL, b. July 13, 1892.
            vi.                    JULIUS WILLIAM MCDANIEL, b. October 24, 1894; d. April 02, 1903.
117.
vii.                   BUENA MCDANIEL, b. December 28, 1896.
118.
viii.                  BUELA MCDANIEL, b. December 28, 1896.
            ix.                    CLEOPATRA MCDANIEL, b. March 05, 1899; d. April 02, 1903.
119.
x.                    BILLY JOE MCDANIEL, b. April 29, 1901.
            xi.                    JAMES MCDANIEL, b. Abt. 1903; d. May 30, 1944.
120.
xii.                   LULA ELLEN MCDANIEL, b. October 24, 1905.
121.
xiii.                  VICTOR EUGENE MCDANIEL, b. September 18, 1908.


80. SOPHIA M7 MCDANIEL (JOSEPH W6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born 1863 in Atalla Co., MS. She married WILLIE HUGHES.
     
Children of SOPHIA MCDANIEL and WILLIE HUGHES are:
            i.                     ELIZABETH8 HUGHES.
            ii.                     MARY HUGHES.
            iii.                    ETHEL HUGHES.
            iv.                    EDDIE HUGHES.


81. ETHEL7 MCDANIEL (JOSEPH W6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born 1864 in MS. She married CLABURN HUGHES.
     
Child of ETHEL MCDANIEL and CLABURN HUGHES is:
            i.                     WILLIE8 HUGHES.


82. JANE C7 MCDANIEL (JOSEPH W6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born 1865 in MS. She married JOHN SHELBY.
     
Children of JANE MCDANIEL and JOHN SHELBY are:
            i.                     GUSSIE8 SHELBY.
            ii.                     CLARA SHELBY.
            iii.                    CORA SHELBY.
            iv.                    KATIE SHELBY.
            v.                    EULA SHELBY.
            vi.                    EMMA SHELBY.
            vii.                   BIRDIE SHELBY.
            viii.                  GEORGE SHELBY.


Descendants of Amatoya Moytoy

83. LOU ELLEN7 MCDANIEL (JOSEPH W6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born 1875. She married CLABURN HUGHES.
     
Children of LOU MCDANIEL and CLABURN HUGHES are:
            i.                     ARTHUR8 HUGHES.
            ii.                     STELLA HUGHES.


84. EMMA7 MCDANIEL (AUGUSTUS H6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born in Eutaw, Limestone Co, TX, and died 1919 in TX. She married (1) J W WOODALL. She married (2) THOMAS MAYES.
     
Children of EMMA MCDANIEL and J WOODALL are:
            i.                     AUGUSTUS8 WOODALL.
            ii.                     NEELY WOODALL.
     
Child of EMMA MCDANIEL and THOMAS MAYES is:
            iii.                    THOMAS8 MAYES, JR.


85. LOUISA7 MCDANIEL (AUGUSTUS H6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) She married ROBERT DRUARY.
     
Children of LOUISA MCDANIEL and ROBERT DRUARY are:
            i.                     HENRY8 DRUARY.
            ii.                     CLAUD DRUARY.


86. CALEDONIA EUGENIA7 MCDANIEL (AUGUSTUS H6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born January 06, 1855 in Eutaw, Limestone Co, TX, and died March 15, 1937 in Vernon, TX. She married (1) ALLEN PRUELL WHITZEL. He was born July 27, 1851 in Little Rock, AR, and died December 1883. She married (2) JOHN MONROE HART Abt. 1887. He was born February 04, 1859.
     
Children of CALEDONIA MCDANIEL and ALLEN WHITZEL are:
122.
i.                     ADDIE INDIANA8 WHITZEL, b. September 22, 1871, Limestone Co., TX.
123.
ii.                     CARRIE LOU WHITZEL, b. May 01, 1874, Eutaw, Limestone Co, TX.
124.
iii.                    EMMA O WHITZEL, b. September 10, 1876, Limestone Co., TX; d. April 21, 1968, Comanche Co., TX.
125.
iv.                    ALICE PEARL WHITZEL, b. March 03, 1879, Limestone Co., TX; d. Vernon, TX.
            v.                    LILLY WHITZEL, b. December 06, 1882; d. Abt. 1888.
126.
vi.                    ALLEN PRUELL WHITZEL, b. March 22, 1884.
     
Children of CALEDONIA MCDANIEL and JOHN HART are:
127.
vii.                   WALTER NORMAN8 HART, b. March 08, 1888, Limestone Co., TX.
128.
viii.                  HENRY MCKINLEY HART, b. April 18, 1895; d. January 1981.


87. JOHN WILLIAM7 DURHAM (EMILY6 MCDANIEL, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born November 25, 1852 in Kosciusko, Atalla Co., MS, and died June 02, 1918. He married MARY ELIZABETH LOWERY 1879. She was born December 29, 1859, and died May 24, 1931.
     
Children of JOHN DURHAM and MARY LOWERY are:
129.
i.                     HOMER CLYDE8 DURHAM.
130.
ii.                     DORA JOY DURHAM.
131.
iii.                    CHARLEY PICKNEY DURHAM, b. 1882.
132.
iv.                    MAMIE EMILY DURHAM, b. June 22, 1883, Limestone Co., TX.


88. JAMES WESLEY7 MCDANIEL (ALLEN WILSON6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born October 28, 1865 in Eutaw, Limestone Co, TX, and died September 18, 1945 in Tucumcari, NM. He married NELLIE BELL WHITERMIRE December 10, 1900 in Shawnee, Indian Territory, OK. She was born July 10, 1876 in Parker Co., TX, and died June 16, 1942 in Tucumcari, NM.

Notes for JAMES WESLEY MCDANIEL:
      "Jim" farmed with his father both in Eutaw and Buffalo Motte until in his late twenties. He then filed on a claim in the Indian Territory near Shawnee in what is now the state of Oklahoma. Three years later, he moved with his wife and two small sons to Mounds, Indian Territory where he engaged in farming and cattle raising for the northern markets. His next move was to Rock Island, NM where he continued to raise cattle and engage in experimental farming. As the children grew older and were ready for school, he moved to Tucumcari, NM where he continued farming.
     
Children of JAMES MCDANIEL and NELLIE WHITERMIRE are:
            i.                     CLYDE ARCHIE8 MCDANIEL, m. STELLA GRACE PEPPER, May 24, 1947; b. June 23, 1893, Fulton, NV; d. October 28, 1969.
133.
ii.                     THOMAS EVERETT MCDANIEL, b. Shawnee, Indian Territory, OK.
134.
iii.                    LILLIE VIVIAN MCDANIEL.
135.
iv.                    ONA BELL MCDANIEL, b. NM.
            v.                    EDNA LEE MCDANIEL.
136.
vi.                    LOUIS WESLEY MCDANIEL, b. July 15, 1903, Mounds, Indian Territory, OK; d. 1963.


89. ALBERT CARL7 MCDANIEL (ALLEN WILSON6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born July 29, 1869 in Limestone Co., TX, and died September 14, 1962 in Marlin, TX. He married LYDIA CLARA DURHAM August 1895 in Odds Community, TX, daughter of M DURHAM and ARMINDA HOPKINS. She was born October 03, 1876 in Falls Co, TX, and died October 31, 1962 in Marlin, TX.

Notes for ALBERT CARL MCDANIEL:
      Albert attended Locust Grove School and Pleasant Grove School, Tehuacana College and Sam Houston Normal, Houston, TX. He received a certificate for the purpose of teaching in the public schools. He taught his first school in the Indian Territory called the Chickasaw Nation. After one term he returned to Texas where he taught for several terms at Locust Grove. At first he taught all grades from Primary to the Tenth grades. Soon the trustees employed a primary teacher. There were between sixty and seventy students. His last school was at Little Brazos, three miles south of Odds. He used his horse and a cart for transportation.
      After 10 years as a teacher, he decided to farm. He would cultivate the farm at Odds and the one at Criswell and live at Criswell. A house had to be built and then a school. Several families in the community were eager to have a school provided for their children and they appointed Albert C. McDaniel to petition the County Superintendent in the interest of the Criswell School. Not long after, lumber was on the ground and the men of the community built the school. The school house was also used for Sunday School and church as well as a social center for singings, box suppers, and other programs. Although schools consolidated, the Criswell School House was being used fifty years later as a Community Center where people met to sing and attend church of different denominations.
      Albert Carl McDaniel lived to be almost 93 years old. He was buried in Calvary Cemetery, Marlin, TX.
     
Children of ALBERT MCDANIEL and LYDIA DURHAM are:
137.
i.                     ICY ZENOBIA8 MCDANIEL, b. July 30, 1896, Odds Community, Thornton, TX.
138.
ii.                     OVY CARRIE MCDANIEL, b. November 25, 1897, Odds Community, Thornton, TX.
            iii.                    HOMER CHRISMAN MCDANIEL, b. January 06, 1899, Odds, Limestone Co, TX; d. December 1975, TX; m. NAOMI.
            iv.                    NEALICE OMELDA MCDANIEL, b. September 28, 1900, Odds, Limestone Co, TX; d. March 12, 1918.
            v.                    ALBERT THURMAN MCDANIEL, b. August 15, 1902, Odds, Limestone Co, TX; d. December 02, 1968, Gatesville, TX.
139.
vi.                    VALA FAY MCDANIEL, b. February 16, 1904, Odds, Limestone Co, TX; d. March 15, 1990, TX.
            vii.                   VERA MAE MCDANIEL, b. January 26, 1906, Criswell, Falls Co., TX; d. December 21, 1906, Eutaw, Limestone Co, TX.
140.
viii.                  WILTON THOMAS MCDANIEL, b. December 27, 1907, Criswell, Falls Co., TX; d. October 29, 1959, Marlin, TX.
141.
ix.                    HARLEY ROSS MCDANIEL, b. September 15, 1909, Criswell, Falls Co, TX; d. November 26, 1943, Casino, Italy.
142.
x.                    ETHEL KEE MCDANIEL, b. October 16, 1912, Criswell, Falls Co., TX; d. Abt. 1986.


90. ZACKERY TAYLOR7 MCDANIEL (ALLEN WILSON6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born November 25, 1872 in Limestone Co., TX, and died August 02, 1953 in Tucumcari, NM. He married EDNA LEE SUMMERS December 30, 1900 in Victoria, TX. She was born August 06, 1883 in Clay Co., MS, and died October 31, 1948 in Amarillo, TX.
     
Children of ZACKERY MCDANIEL and EDNA SUMMERS are:
143.
i.                     ORA VENA8 MCDANIEL, b. November 01, 1901, Willow, Oklahoma Territory.
144.
ii.                     SARAH EUNICE MCDANIEL, b. November 21, 1902, Willow, Oklahoma Territory.
145.
iii.                    LILLIE EDNA MCDANIEL, b. February 05, 1904, Willow, Oklahoma Territory.
            iv.                    JAMES ALLEN MCDANIEL, b. December 09, 1905, Willow, Oklahoma Territory; d. February 08, 1906, Buffalo Motte, TX.
            v.                    FLOYD ODELL MCDANIEL, b. February 19, 1907, Brinkman, Greer Co., OK; d. August 19, 1966, Tucumcari, NM; m. JUNITA JOHNSON GILCREASE, 1939, Clovis, NM.
146.
vi.                    LILA MARIE MCDANIEL, b. July 26, 1909, San Jon, NM; d. July 17, 1941, Las Vegas, Miguel Co., NM.
            vii.                   EDNA ESTELLE MCDANIEL, b. July 15, 1911, San Jon, NM; d. October 19, 1927, San Jon, NM.
147.
viii.                  RUBY LUCILE MCDANIEL, b. August 01, 1914.
148.
ix.                    ELBERT ROY MCDANIEL, b. January 15, 1916, San Jon, NM; d. September 1982, NM.
149.
x.                    DELBERT RAY MCDANIEL, b. January 15, 1916, San Jon, NM; d. August 29, 1990.
150.
xi.                    FRANCES CORRINE MCDANIEL, b. November 02, 1919, San Jon, NM.


91. PRESTON HOLLY7 MCDANIEL (ALLEN WILSON6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born November 22, 1877 in Limestone Co., TX, and died December 16, 1964 in Brinkman, Greer Co., OK. He married SALLIE LOWE NABORS January 11, 1903 in Coit, TX. She was born May 17, 1881 in Center Grove, AL, and died November 03, 1961 in Brinkman, Greer Co., OK.
     
Children of PRESTON MCDANIEL and SALLIE NABORS are:
151.
i.                     HAROLD ALLEN8 MCDANIEL.
152.
ii.                     IVY LEE MCDANIEL, b. November 11, 1903.
153.
iii.                    HERMAN MONROE MCDANIEL, b. September 14, 1904.
154.
iv.                    ELDRED MALBERN MCDANIEL, b. August 20, 1911.
155.
v.                    ADDIE MADELINE MCDANIEL, b. May 23, 1919, Mangum, OK.


92. WILLIAM HOMER7 MCDANIEL (ALLEN WILSON6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born December 10, 1879 in Limestone Co., TX, and died April 19, 1951. He married ADA KENNEDY October 26, 1915. She was born December 04, 1898, and died June 1980 in TX.
     
Children of WILLIAM MCDANIEL and ADA KENNEDY are:
156.
i.                     ORTIZ8 MCDANIEL, b. May 09, 1917; d. May 17, 1971, Houston, TX.
157.
ii.                     NATOMA MCDANIEL, b. October 02, 1918.
            iii.                    IRA BELL MCDANIEL, b. March 17, 1920; d. February 24, 1941.
158.
iv.                    INA MCDANIEL, b. March 27, 1922.
159.
v.                    JOHN WILSON MCDANIEL, b. July 19, 1926.




Descendants of Amatoya Moytoy

93. TOMMIE DELLA7 MCDANIEL (ALLEN WILSON6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born August 18, 1883 in Limestone Co., TX. She married EDWARD MONROE ERSKINE November 29, 1903 in Buffalo Motte, TX. He was born December 30, 1880, and died June 06, 1960 in Marlin, TX.
     
Children of TOMMIE MCDANIEL and EDWARD ERSKINE are:
160.
i.                     NOLLIE RAY8 ERSKINE.
161.
ii.                     RUBY OZELLA ERSKINE.
162.
iii.                    DENNIS EDWARD ERSKINE.
163.
iv.                    BIRDAL LORAINE ERSKINE.
164.
v.                    THOMAS M ERSKINE.
            vi.                    WILBUR ERSKINE, b. September 1904; d. September 1904.
165.
vii.                   ADDIE RUTH ERSKINE, b. September 1909.


94. JULIA7 BUTTRELL (AMANDA CAROLINE6 MCDANIEL, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born June 23, 1867, and died 1961. She married REUBENANDREW CHERRY October 25, 1883.
     
Children of JULIA BUTTRELL and REUBEN CHERRY are:
166.
i.                     ICY PEARL8 CHERRY, b. July 21, 1884; d. 1965.
            ii.                     CLARA MAE CHERRY, b. 1886; d. 1887.
167.
iii.                    EDWARD BROWN CHERRY, b. November 13, 1887; d. July 1966.
            iv.                    BLANCHE CORNELLOR CHERRY, b. August 22, 1890; d. July 1985; m. CHARLES PORTER HUNT, June 11, 1936.
            v.                    WILLIAM ANDREW CHERRY, b. 1892; d. 1895.
168.
vi.                    REUBEN ALBERT CHERRY, b. December 1894.
            vii.                   ELLEN JEWEL CHERRY, b. February 1897; d. August 25, 1916; m. J C DICKEY, December 22, 1912.
            viii.                  GUSSIE OPHELIA CHERRY, b. June 03, 1899; d. 1900.
            ix.                    IRA CORNELIA CHERRY, b. July 14, 1901; m. THOMAS STRICKLAND, December 1925; d. 1953.
169.
x.                    JESSIE RUTH CHERRY, b. November 26, 1903.
            xi.                    BLAKE DWAIN CHERRY, b. December 04, 1910; d. May 02, 1991.


95. GEORGE7 MCDANIEL (JULIUS ALFORD6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born April 03, 1870 in Limestone Co., TX, and died December 26, 1932 in OK. He married WILLIE S GLASS May 27, 1906 in TX. She was born October 08, 1877, and died December 18, 1947 in OK.
     
Children of GEORGE MCDANIEL and WILLIE GLASS are:
170.
i.                     CARL A8 MCDANIEL, b. December 04, 1907.
171.
ii.                     FANNIE MAE MCDANIEL, b. December 01, 1909.
172.
iii.                    FELIX DRAYTON MCDANIEL, b. March 26, 1912.


96. MAGGIE LOU7 MCDANIEL (JULIUS ALFORD6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born April 15, 1875, and died November 11, 1966. She married JOHN VICTOR KERLEY November 28, 1876. He was born July 01, 1876, and died December 27, 1958.
     
Children of MAGGIE MCDANIEL and JOHN KERLEY are:
173.
i.                     IMOGENE LORETTA8 KERLEY, b. November 27, 1900; d. April 03, 1951.
174.
ii.                     KENNETH LEE KERLEY, b. November 29, 1904; d. January 1987.
175.
iii.                    OTTIE ALFORD KERLEY, b. December 14, 1909.


97. CORA ALBERTA7 MCDANIEL (JULIUS ALFORD6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born December 15, 1877 in Limestone Co., TX, and died November 10, 1968 in Mart, TX. She married ROBERT LEE CURLEE November 10, 1901. He was born February 17, 1879, and died July 11, 1969 in Mart, TX.
     
Children of CORA MCDANIEL and ROBERT CURLEE are:
176.
i.                     HORTENSE8 CURLEE, b. August 10, 1905.
177.
ii.                     ONYS TRAVIS CURLEE, b. August 08, 1908.
178.
iii.                    ARDIS LEE CURLEE, b. June 11, 1913.


98. MINNIE7 MCDANIEL (JULIUS ALFORD6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born June 21, 1879 in TX, and died February 07, 1963 in Mart, TX. She married LAMBERT W PATTERSON October 28, 1906. He was born October 21, 1885, and died January 22, 1964 in Mart, TX.
     
Children of MINNIE MCDANIEL and LAMBERT PATTERSON are:
179.
i.                     LINNIE RAY8 PATTERSON, b. September 25, 1908; d. March 1996, TX.
180.
ii.                     JOHN MILTON PATTERSON, b. May 12, 1911; d. January 27, 1996.
181.
iii.                    MODENE PATTERSON, b. September 02, 1917.


99. SAMUEL7 MCDANIEL (JULIUS ALFORD6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born September 12, 1880 in Limestone Co., TX, and died September 06, 1959 in Mart, TX. He married HELEN CURRY January 1939.
     
Children of SAMUEL MCDANIEL and HELEN CURRY are:
182.
i.                     CORA LOU8 MCDANIEL, b. November 05, 1939.
            ii.                     MILDRED LEE MCDANIEL, b. September 13, 1943; m. DANIEL RATKOSKI, August 26, 1961.
            iii.                    FRANCES KAY MCDANIEL, b. November 27, 1945; m. EDWARD SWINNEA, March 16, 1963.


100. CLAUD7 MCDANIEL (JULIUS ALFORD6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born July 03, 1882 in Limestone Co., TX, and died November 23, 1968 in TX. He married LINNIE ALMA PATTERSON February 03, 1909. She was born March 07, 1888, and died February 1973 in TX.
     
Children of CLAUD MCDANIEL and LINNIE PATTERSON are:
183.
i.                     JULIUS MALCUM8 MCDANIEL, b. January 20, 1910.
184.
ii.                     ZELVA MCDANIEL, b. October 25, 1913.
            iii.                    CONDEL MCDANIEL, b. April 02, 1918; d. July 20, 1944; m. RUBY GILSTMAN, January 20, 1936; b. October 27, 1920.


101. CHARLES ANDREW7 MCDANIEL (JULIUS ALFORD6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born July 18, 1884 in Ben Hur, Limestone Co., TX, and died May 29, 1966 in TX. He married MAGGIE REED September 28, 1919. She was born September 20, 1897, and died August 1977 in TX.
     
Children of CHARLES MCDANIEL and MAGGIE REED are:
185.
i.                     CHARLES WENDELL8 MCDANIEL, b. May 11, 1922; d. November 09, 1988, TX.
186.
ii.                     WISTER MELVIN MCDANIEL, b. September 10, 1923.


102. THOMAS VERNON7 MCDANIEL (JULIUS ALFORD6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born November 28, 1886 in Ben Hur, Limestone Co., TX, and died August 05, 1962 in Mart, TX. He married JESSIE MAY VAUGHAN March 01, 1914. She was born July 23, 1894, and died April 1997.
     
Children of THOMAS MCDANIEL and JESSIE VAUGHAN are:
187.
i.                     BOBBIE JEAN8 MCDANIEL.
188.
ii.                     ORVILLE MCDANIEL, b. April 19, 1915.
189.
iii.                    ELEANOR FRANCES MCDANIEL, b. March 05, 1919.
190.
iv.                    THOMAS WAYNE MCDANIEL, b. February 13, 1921.


103. LILLIE7 MCDANIEL (JOSEPH W6, MATTHEW5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born November 09, 1885. She married ANDREW FREDERICK FOREMAN July 03, 1907. He was born August 17, 1874.
     
Child of LILLIE MCDANIEL and ANDREW FOREMAN is:
191.
i.                     FREDA MAE8 FOREMAN, b. October 25, 1908.



Descendants of Amatoya Moytoy

Generation No. 8


104. CHARLES8 MCDANIEL (CHARLES A7, JOHN W6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born 1883 in Limestone Co., TX, and died 1960 in Snyder, TX. He married [UNK].

Notes for CHARLES MCDANIEL:
At the time of his death, this Charles had 13 grandchildren and 8 great-
grandchildren.
     
Children of CHARLES MCDANIEL and [UNK] are:
            i.                     N.S.9 MCDANIEL.
            ii.                     CHARLES L MCDANIEL.
            iii.                    E.W. MCDANIEL.
            iv.                    DAUGHTER MCDANIEL, m. W A DONAHUE.
            v.                    DAUGHTER MCDANIEL, m. R A LEONARDI.
            vi.                    DAUGHTER MCDANIEL, m. L.J. DEARING.


105. EXA OPHELIA8 AYERS (AUGUSTA JANE7 MCDANIEL, JOHN W6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born October 28, 1881 in Limestone Co., TX, and died October 29, 1961. She married ERVIN BROWN LOWERY July 23, 1903. He was born July 09, 1876 in Limestone Co., TX, and died April 05, 1951.
     
Children of EXA AYERS and ERVIN LOWERY are:
            i.                     ERVIN BROWN9 LOWERY, JR, b. July 25, 1904; d. April 1982; m. EVELYN CARROLL, 1923, Corsicana, TX.
            ii.                     SANFORD EWELL LOWERY, b. September 08, 1905; d. August 31, 1964, TX; m. LOIS BAKER, October 18, 1936, Buckholts, TX; b. December 01, 1806.
            iii.                    RODNEY AYERS LOWERY, b. June 22, 1907; d. December 1977; m. LOUISE KELLY, December 15, 1933, Woodville, TX; b. May 11, 1907.
192.
iv.                    THOMAS BROWN LOWERY, b. March 01, 1908.
            v.                    BERNICE OLIVE LOWERY, b. October 29, 1910; d. December 1984; m. L M AUSTIN, 1948, Corpus Christi, TX.
            vi.                    GUSSIE DELORES LOWERY, b. December 11, 1912; d. May 28, 1940.
            vii.                   MARTHA LOWERY, b. November 22, 1914.
193.
viii.                  MARY AYLEEN LOWERY, b. November 22, 1914.
194.
ix.                    JAY SPENCER LOWERY, b. February 19, 1917.
195.
x.                    ROGER BLAKE LOWERY, b. February 09, 1919; d. February 1971.
196.
xi.                    JIMMIE IRENE LOWERY, b. October 22, 1920; d. May 1977.


106. CLARENCE CLIVE8 AYERS (AUGUSTA JANE7 MCDANIEL, JOHN W6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born March 21, 1883 in Kosse, TX, and died February 26, 1962 in Kosse, TX. He married MAMIE WEBB HOOD June 25, 1911. She was born January 28, 1890 in Limestone Co., TX, and died July 20, 1960 in Kosse, TX.

Notes for CLARENCE CLIVE AYERS:
      Clarence was at one time a grocery store operator, a farmer, and served as Limestone Co. Commissioner from 1931 to 1935.
     
Children of CLARENCE AYERS and MAMIE HOOD are:
197.
i.                     MAMIE RUTH9 AYERS, b. July 01, 1912; d. November 25, 1994.
            ii.                     MARY AYERS, b. February 17, 1915; d. October 1980.
198.
iii.                    JOHN CLIVE AYERS, b. November 03, 1922.
            iv.                    REX AYERS, b. October 11, 1930; m. RAYE WILSON.


107. JOE8 AYERS (AUGUSTA JANE7 MCDANIEL, JOHN W6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born May 22, 1885. He married OMEGA SEALE December 03, 1911. She was born March 07, 1893.
     
Children of JOE AYERS and OMEGA SEALE are:
            i.                     NELMA VIRGINIA9 AYERS, b. August 03, 1913; m. JOHN TAYLOR DILLON, December 10, 1935; b. September 12, 1907.
            ii.                     JANE LOUISE AYERS, b. March 16, 1915.
199.
iii.                    MILDRED AYERS, b. February 19, 1917.
200.
iv.                    MARY JO AYERS, b. April 10, 1923.


108. CATHERINE KEY8 AYERS (AUGUSTA JANE7 MCDANIEL, JOHN W6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born July 18, 1887. She married FRED V CLARK. He was born April 18, 1881.
     
Children of CATHERINE AYERS and FRED CLARK are:
201.
i.                     JOHN MILTON9 CLARK.
202.
ii.                     LOIS CLARK, b. February 06, 1912; d. November 1978.
            iii.                    FRED V CLARK, JR, b. May 1913; d. June 30, 1927.
203.
iv.                    BOBBY CLARK, b. May 13, 1918.


109. ZACKERY8 AYERS (AUGUSTA JANE7 MCDANIEL, JOHN W6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born August 24, 1889. He married WILLA SEALE. She was born December 04, 1899.
     
Children of ZACKERY AYERS and WILLA SEALE are:
204.
i.                     JAMES9 AYERS, b. November 22, 1916; d. December 1982.
205.
ii.                     JENNIE BETH AYERS, b. January 16, 1920.
206.
iii.                    BOBBIE AYERS, b. April 15, 1922; d. February 1990, TX.
207.
iv.                    PATSY AYERS, b. November 18, 1924; d. October 22, 1996, TX.


110. RUTH8 AYERS (AUGUSTA JANE7 MCDANIEL, JOHN W6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born November 28, 1891. She married CALVIN H PHIFER June 06, 1908. He was born July 19, 1890, and died October 1969.
     
Children of RUTH AYERS and CALVIN PHIFER are:
208.
i.                     NITA9 PHIFER, b. February 07, 1909.
209.
ii.                     CALVIN H PHIFER, JR, b. March 1910.
210.
iii.                    FLOYD PHIFER, b. September 1911.


111. GRACE8 AYERS (AUGUSTA JANE7 MCDANIEL, JOHN W6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born February 18, 1894. She married JEFF D HIGHTOWER. He was born September 1888.
     
Children of GRACE AYERS and JEFF HIGHTOWER are:
211.
i.                     JEFF D9 HIGHTOWER, JR, b. August 27, 1913; d. July 1984.
212.
ii.                     WARREN HIGHTOWER, b. November 1914.
213.
iii.                    CORNELIA HIGHTOWER, b. March 1921.


112. GUSSIE8 AYERS (AUGUSTA JANE7 MCDANIEL, JOHN W6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born September 1896, and died May 1976. She married OTTIE FRANKLINE JONES. He was born October 1894.
     
Children of GUSSIE AYERS and OTTIE JONES are:
214.
i.                     L F9 JONES, b. May 1921.
215.
ii.                     MARY JONES, b. November 1922.
216.
iii.                    HUBERT JONES, b. December 1925.
217.
iv.                    RUTH JONES, b. October 1927.


113. CLARK8 AYERS (AUGUSTA JANE7 MCDANIEL, JOHN W6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born June 1900. He married BESSIE TRUETT. She was born March 1899.
     
Children of CLARK AYERS and BESSIE TRUETT are:
218.
i.                     BESS ELAINE9 AYERS, b. February 1921.
219.
ii.                     RICHARD AYERS, b. January 1924.
220.
iii.                    HAZEL AYERS, b. June 1926.
            iv.                    HAROLD AYERS, b. June 1926.


114. LAMAR8 MCDANIEL (JAMES AUGUSTUS7, JOSEPH W6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born April 01, 1886, and died January 1963. He married OPAL MARIE SHIPLEY October 21, 1906.
     
Children of LAMAR MCDANIEL and OPAL SHIPLEY are:
            i.                     NILA ANITA9 MCDANIEL, b. December 03, 1931; d. February 14, 1934.
221.
ii.                     JOE THOMAS MCDANIEL, b. March 22, 1934.
222.
iii.                    LAMAR MCDANIEL, JR, b. June 24, 1936.



Descendants of Amatoya Moytoy

115. MARTHA TERESA8 MCDANIEL (JAMES AUGUSTUS7, JOSEPH W6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born March 12, 1888, and died November 25, 1963. She married EDWARD CAMERON May 08, 1914. He was born August 07, 1879.
     
Children of MARTHA MCDANIEL and EDWARD CAMERON are:
223.
i.                     ALLEN BERT9 CAMERON.
224.
ii.                     EDNA JUNE CAMERON.


116. EMMA8 MCDANIEL (JAMES AUGUSTUS7, JOSEPH W6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born March 06, 1890, and died June 29, 1929. She married JAMES BRECK. He died September 04, 1929.
     
Children of EMMA MCDANIEL and JAMES BRECK are:
            i.                     JAMES HENRY9 BRECK, b. September 04, 1918; m. MARY KATHERINE GOULD.
            ii.                     EUGENE BRECK, b. May 05, 1925.


117. BUENA8 MCDANIEL (JAMES AUGUSTUS7, JOSEPH W6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born December 28, 1896. She married (1) SYLVANLARKINS. She married (2) LEE HURLEY 1963.
     
Children of BUENA MCDANIEL and SYLVAN LARKINS are:
225.
i.                     DOROTHY9 LARKINS.
226.
ii.                     INEZ LARKINS.


118. BUELA8 MCDANIEL (JAMES AUGUSTUS7, JOSEPH W6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born December 28, 1896. She married PAUL F COOPER. He was born January 17, 1872, and died October 25, 1963.
     
Child of BUELA MCDANIEL and PAUL COOPER is:
227.
i.                     JOHN PAUL9 COOPER, b. May 25, 1927.


119. BILLY JOE8 MCDANIEL (JAMES AUGUSTUS7, JOSEPH W6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born April 29, 1901. He married BELLE GARRETSEN.
     
Children of BILLY MCDANIEL and BELLE GARRETSEN are:
            i.                     CLARELL9 MCDANIEL, Adopted child.
            ii.                     JOE BAILEY MCDANIEL.
            iii.                    MARTHALLE MCDANIEL, d. 1966.
            iv.                    GARY MCDANIEL.
            v.                    LORY MCDANIEL.


120. LULA ELLEN8 MCDANIEL (JAMES AUGUSTUS7, JOSEPH W6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born October 24, 1905. She married RONALDCAMPBELL.
     
Child of LULA MCDANIEL and RONALD CAMPBELL is:
228.
i.                     WILLIAM EUGENE9 CAMPBELL, b. March 07, 1929.


121. VICTOR EUGENE8 MCDANIEL (JAMES AUGUSTUS7, JOSEPH W6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born September 18, 1908. He married MARIEWILKERSON.
     
Children of VICTOR MCDANIEL and MARIE WILKERSON are:
229.
i.                     ANN9 MCDANIEL.
            ii.                     LINDA KAY MCDANIEL, b. October 15, 1947.
            iii.                    VICTOR STEPHEN MCDANIEL, b. August 19, 1955.


122. ADDIE INDIANA8 WHITZEL (CALEDONIA EUGENIA7 MCDANIEL, AUGUSTUS H6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born September 22, 1871 in Limestone Co., TX. She married THOMAS FRANKLIN MERCER.
     
Children of ADDIE WHITZEL and THOMAS MERCER are:
            i.                     ERNEST FRANKLIN9 MERCER, m. SALLIE LEGATE.
            ii.                     ELBERT T MERCER, m. LIZZIE JONES.
            iii.                    OLLIE PEARL MERCER, m. ARCHIE JOHNSON.
            iv.                    CURTIS K MERCER, m. LYDIA BRASHIER.
            v.                    ARTIE LAURA MERCER.
            vi.                    EFFIE LOU MERCER, m. WILLIAM JONES.
            vii.                   ALPHA RUTH MERCER, m. ROY SANDERS.
            viii.                  VELMA MERCER, m. E M ELROD.


123. CARRIE LOU8 WHITZEL (CALEDONIA EUGENIA7 MCDANIEL, AUGUSTUS H6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born May 01, 1874 in Eutaw, Limestone Co, TX. She married (1) EMMETT FOSTER. He died in Comanche Co., TX. She married (2) RUSSELL MCPHAIL.
     
Children of CARRIE WHITZEL and EMMETT FOSTER are:
            i.                     MAGGIE9 FOSTER, m. BOSS LUCE.
            ii.                     CALLIE FOSTER, m. JESS KOLB.
            iii.                    LORA FOSTER, m. ADRIAN BALLARD.
            iv.                    DAVID FOSTER, m. VIVIAN CHILDRESS.
            v.                    EMORY FOSTER, m. JULIA WARD.
     
Child of CARRIE WHITZEL and RUSSELL MCPHAIL is:
            vi.                    BESSIE9 MCPHAIL, m. BILL WHITE.


124. EMMA O8 WHITZEL (CALEDONIA EUGENIA7 MCDANIEL, AUGUSTUS H6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born September 10, 1876 in Limestone Co., TX, and died April 21, 1968 in Comanche Co., TX. She married JAMES MADISON BOYKIN July 29, 1890 in Thornton, TX. He died February 10, 1947 in Comanche Co., TX.
     
Children of EMMA WHITZEL and JAMES BOYKIN are:
230.
i.                     BERTIE9 BOYKIN.
231.
ii.                     MYRTIS BOYKIN.
232.
iii.                    ANNIE JO BOYKIN.
233.
iv.                    STARLING BRYAN BOYKIN.
234.
v.                    GASTON C BOYKIN.
235.
vi.                    MAURINE BOYKIN.
            vii.                   JAMES E BOYKIN, b. April 15, 1910; d. August 26, 1910.
            viii.                  KATHY BOYKIN, b. August 21, 1911; d. August 21, 1911.


125. ALICE PEARL8 WHITZEL (CALEDONIA EUGENIA7 MCDANIEL, AUGUSTUS H6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born March 03, 1879 in Limestone Co., TX, and died in Vernon, TX. She married CHARLES M MATHUS. He died in Vernon, TX.
     
Children of ALICE WHITZEL and CHARLES MATHUS are:
236.
i.                     VERNA E9 MATHUS.
237.
ii.                     CHARLES A MATHUS.
238.
iii.                    EDITH PEARL MATHUS.
239.
iv.                    ROLAND MATHUS.
240.
v.                    VELMA OBERA MATHUS.
            vi.                    RUBY JEWEL MATHUS.
241.
vii.                   IVY LUCILE MATHUS.
            viii.                  JESSE EARL MATHUS.
242.
ix.                    ROBERT CARL MATHUS.


126. ALLEN PRUELL8 WHITZEL (CALEDONIA EUGENIA7 MCDANIEL, AUGUSTUS H6, ALLEN5, JOHN4, SOOKIE "GRANNY"3 HOPPER, OLD2 HOP, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born March 22, 1884. He married MAUD RESPUS.
     
Children of ALLEN WHITZEL and MAUD RESPUS are:
            i.                     ARNOLD N9 WHITZEL, b. December 03, 1906; d. May 1976; m. HELEN E LLOYD.
            ii.                     JIMMIE ELIZABETH WHITZEL, m. JAMES A YOUNG.
            iii.                    HULDA ROSELLE WHITZEL, m. R D HOLIDAY.



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  1. These, along with the Sizemores, the Blevins, the Collins, the Wallens, the Rogers, the Greens, Griffits, Fugates, Downings, Mullins and Bolens are my ancestors! I'm Mestis & Melungeon on almost every side!!!

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    1. Darlene, could you please share how the Greens connect with the Moytoy's

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  2. I am a descendent of Rachel A Raper and I have her descendent information if you want to add it to your page, I am including just her children here so it will show up in searches.

    RACHEL ALSA1 RAPER was born on Feb 15, 1841 in Nottley River, Cherokee Co., North Carolina.
    She died on Mar 05, 1933 in Nottley River, Cherokee Co., North Carolina. She married Captain
    William Lawrence "Clink Webster" Webster Sr., son of Elijah Webster and Mary Fortner in 1869 in
    Nottley River, Cherokee Co., N. C.. He was born on Jan 11, 1836 in Jackson City, North Carolina.
    He died on Feb 03, 1895 in Cherokee Co., N.C..
    William Lawrence Webster Sr. and Rachel Alsa Raper had the following children:
    2. i. WILLIAM LAWRENCE2 WEBSTER JR. was born on Oct 10, 1869 in Culberson,
    Cherokee County, North Carolina. He died in 1955. He married NANCY H. She was
    born in 1873. She died in 1959. He married LANEY OR LACY THOMPSON.
    3. ii. GALER BRITE WEBSTER was born on Feb 09, 1871 in Culberson, Cherokee Co.,
    North Carolina. He died on Aug 27, 1955 in 5:00 PM Wagoner, Oklahoma. He
    married (1) EFFIE IONA HYATT, daughter of Jessie Richardson Hyatt Jr. and Augusta
    Lucinda Ballew between 1894-1895. She was born on Jul 06, 1873 in Hot House,
    Cherokee Co., North Carolina. She died on Jan 08, 1929 in 2:30AM Wagoner, Blue
    Mound Township, Oklahoma (Age: 49). He married NANCY MILDRED SCHMELZIA.
    She was born on Jul 06, 1865. She died on Aug 02, 1959 in Wagoner Oklahoma.
    iii. MELDONIA WEBSTER was born on Oct 01, 1872 in Culberson, Cherokee County,
    North Carolina. She died on May 18, 1873 in Culberson, Cherokee County, North
    Carolina.
    4. iv. MARTHA WEBSTER was born on Feb 11, 1874 in Culberson, Cherokee Co., N. C..
    She died between 1885-1958 in Culberson, N.C.. She married David Larkin
    Thompson, son of Jessie Claborn Thompson and Mary Cearley between
    1885-1906. He was born on Feb 02, 1868 in Union County, GA. He died on Jun 25,
    1910 in Union County, GA (Bethany C.).
    5. v. MARY WEBSTER was born on Oct 22, 1876 in Alton Par., Tennessee. She died in
    Culberson, N.C.. She married LOSI THOMPSON. He was born between 1850-1876.
    He died in N.C..
    vi. GARFIELD WEBSTER was born in 1880. He died on Oct 09, 1880.
    6. vii. BULA LULA WEBSTER was born on Apr 30, 1878 in Culberson, Cherokee County,
    North Carolina. She died on Sep 21, 1915 in In or around Atlanta Georgia. She
    married Posey Lee Patterson, son of George Dallas Patterson and Sarah E. Turner
    in 1898. He was born between -1878 in Union County, Georgia.

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