Go-sa-du-isga, Kituwah Ani'-ga'tage'wi, Wild Potato Clan
|Also Known As:||"Go-sa-du-isga"|
|Birthplace:||Cherokee Nat, Tennessee, United States|
|Death:||Died in Cherokee Nat, Tennessee, United States|
Wife of Moytoy Doublehead and Amahetai ll MoyToy of Tellico
|Managed by:||Jeffrey Phillips|
About Go-sa-du-isga, Kituwah Ani'-ga'tage'wi, Wild Potato Clan
Woman of Ant-Gatage'Wi was born 1686 in Cherokee Nation East, Cherokee Tribe, Native American, and died date unknown.
She was known as Go-sa-du-isga
- (1) Tom Tunbridge
- (2) Amatoya Moytoy of Settico on 1703 in Cherokee Nation East, Cherokee Tribe, Native American, son of Amadohiyi Moytoy and Quatsy of Tellico.
Children of Woman of Ant-Gatage'Wi and Amatoya Moytoy of Settico are:
- 1. Oconostota, b. 1704, d. March 1783.
- 2. Clogoittah, b. 1706, d. date unknown.
- 3. Kitegista, b. 1708, d. September 30, 1792, Buchanan's Station, Cherokee Nation East.
- 4. +Ah-Nee-Wa-Kee Moytoy, b. 1710, d. date unknown.
- 5. Raven of Hiwassee, b. 1712, d. 1761.
- 6. Ounaconoa, b. 1716, d. date unknown.
- 7. Skalilosken, b. 1718, d. date unknown.
- 8. Great Eagle, b. 1720, d. date unknown.
- 9. OukaiiI-Oukah, b. 1722, d. date unknown.
- 10. A-Ma'-S-Go-Si'-Te, d. date unknown.
- Type: Web Site
- Author: James R. Hicks
- URL: www.familytreemaker.genealogy.com
- Date: 6/1/02
Ah-ni-ga-to-ge-wi or Wild Potato Clan (originially Kituwah clan, has also been known as the Bear Clan, Raccoon Clan and even Blind Savannah in different regions) - Were known to be farmers and gatherers of the wild potato plants in swamps (hence the name gatogewi = "swamp"), along streams, and swamps to make flour or bread for food, and were so named after them. They are keepers and protectors of the earth. The Clan color for the AniGatogewi is Green and their wood is Birch. Historically, members of this clan were known to be 'keepers of the land,' and gatherers. The wild potato was a main staple of the older Cherokee life back east (Tsa-la-gi U-we-ti). Their flag is yellow with green stars. At some Oklahoma Cherokee ceremonial grounds, the Wild Potato arbor is to the left of the Wolf arbor. Notable Surnames: Bad Water, Clogoittah, Eagle, Golanv, Great Eagle, Grey Eagle, Kitegista, Kituah, Mankiller, Oconostota, Oukah, Ounaconoa, Raven of Hiawassee, Ridge, Skalilosgenv, Susie, Tuckahoe, Wickett, Wilenawa, Source: http://cherokeeregistry.firstlightonline.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=23&Itemid=398
ABT 1710 - ____
* BIRTH: ABT 1710
* EVENT: Ani'-Da'tage'wi = Kituah or Wild Potato clan (Wa-Wli Vann)
Father: Moytoy, I
Mother: Woman of Ani'-Ga'Tage'Wi
Family 1 : Cornelius DOUGHERTY
1. +Jennie DOUGHERTY
Family 2 : Husband of Ah-Nee-Wa-Kee
1. +Sister of Raven
2. +Sour Mush
Anigatogewi or Wild Potato Clan
Chief Amatoya Moytoy The Elder was born in 1635/1645 in Chota, at Little Tennessee River. He married Quatsy of Telico, of the Wolf Clan.
their fifth child:
v. Aganunitsi Quatie - Wolf Clan
married 1st: A Shawnne Captive
i Chief Savanooka (meaning "A Shawnee") - the Raven of Hiwsassee
married 2nd: Smallpox Conjuror of Settico
M i Chief Oconostota , the Groundhog Sausage, who was the Beloved Warrior of the Cherokee
F ii Ahneewahkee Anewake Ailsey Anewake Ailsey -3 - Wolf Clan.
M iii Chief Outacite.
married 3rd: John Beaver Beamer
They had the following children:
M i Kittagusta Kitagista Skalilosken or Sealilosken Kitagista Skalilosken was born in 1700.
F ii Daughter.
M iii Chief Outacite Outossity Ostenaco Skiagusta Ustenaca Rusteenokogagan Mankiller Outossity Ostenaco Skiagusta Ustenaca Rusteenokogagan Mankiller.
Go-sa-du-is-ga B~1680 - One of the younger wives of one of the Cherokee Emperors (which one not known - Moy Toy B~1640, Attakullakulla b 1713, Tahchee b~1725), after her husbands separation/death, she married a man named SCOTT. Waw-Li (pronounced War-Lee), her father is in dispute. Waw-Li is also said to have been the wife of Ludovic Grant (one of the first Scotsmen to settle in the Cherokee Nation). After Ludovic's death, she married John Joseph Vann. After his death in 1804, she married his brother James Clement Vann. She was too old to have any more children, but her husband Clement had at least one other Cherokee wife of childbearing age, at the same time. The History of the Cherokee Indians (page 419) shows him married to Elizabeth, a daughter of Go-sa-du-is-ga. It was a common practice for Cherokee wives to move in with a widowed sister, or invite that sister to move in with them and become a 'second wife' to their shared husband.
Elder Sister Hop (born Perhaps Called Go-sa-du-isga And "queen Of The Cherokee")
MyHeritage Family Trees My Tree Web Site, managed by Myst RedBird Birth: 1682 - Place Death: 1741 Father: Father's name Husband: Name of husband Son: Name of son
Go-sa-du-isga, Kituwah Ani'-ga'tage'wi, Wild Potato Clan's Timeline
Cherokee Nat, Tennessee, United States
Cherokee, Washington, Tennessee, United States
Cherokee Nation - East
Gaffney, Cherokee County, South Carolina, United States
Cherokee Nat, Tennessee, United States