Au-muh-su-yih "Amasa Jane" Chandler (Jay) (1764 - 1827) MP

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Nicknames: "Amasa", "Jay"
Birthplace: Surry, North Carolina, USA
Death: Died in Wayne, West Virginia, USA
Occupation: Had a sister Catherine who married Enoch's brother, Giles, Cherokee Indian, Tribe Chief's daughter, American Indian
Managed by: Janice Kent
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About Au-muh-su-yih "Amasa Jane" Chandler (Jay)

Amasa (Au-muh-su-yih) means water mixed. She was a Cherokee Indian and member of the Cherokee tribe in North Carolina. The daughter of the tribes chief. His name unknown.

She walked the Trail of Tears.

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Thelma Chandler Walker received a letter after her book was published from another line stating Amassa was a full blood Cherokee Indian Princess. Princess Amasa (or Amassa) was a Cherokee indian. -------------------- Cherokee Indian

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Au-muh-su-yih "Amasa Jane" Chandler's Timeline

1764
1764
Surry, North Carolina, USA
1782
1782
Age 18
NC, USA
1783
1783
Age 19
NC, USA
1800
June 18, 1800
Age 36
Tazewell, VA, USA
June 18, 1800
Age 36
VA, USA
1802
1802
Age 38
VA, USA
1812
1812
Age 48
Tazewell, VA, USA
1815
June 12, 1815
Age 51
Tazewell, VA, USA
1827
October, 1827
Age 63
Wayne, West Virginia, USA