About James Patton
War of 1812
Creek Nation Allies of British
He fought battles of
Wounded severely multiple times and continued on chasing the Creeks till Surrender subcoming to his wounds in death.
Main article: Creek War
In March 1814, Jackson led a force of Tennessee militia, Choctaw and Cherokee warriors, and U.S. regulars southward to attack the Creek tribes, led by Chief Menawa. On March 26, Jackson and General John Coffee decisively defeated the Creeks at Horseshoe Bend, killing 800 of 1,000 Creeks at a cost of 49 killed and 154 wounded out of approximately 2,000 American and Cherokee forces. Jackson pursued the surviving Creeks until they surrendered. Most historians consider the Creek War as part of the War of 1812, because the British supported them.
Wounded severely and continued on chasing the Creeks till Surrender subcoming to his wounds in death.