John Golden McDonald
|Also Known As:||"JOHN TI-TA-S-GI-S-GI MCDONALD"|
|Birthplace:||Inverness, Highland, Scotland|
|Death:||Died in TN, USA|
|Occupation:||Scottish Fur Trader|
|Managed by:||Private User|
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About John Golden McDonald
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Vann's, Ross' & McDonalds lived in the Lauren's Co. area, and then moved to what became North Georgia in Rossville and Springplace until 1838. In 1838 John McDonald is at Ft. Loudoun, Tennessee. John McDonald who is mentioned in Isaac Sharps will is listed in the book"Scots in the Carolinas 1680-1830". I found John McDonald on pg.. 143. It says:"McDONALD JOHN, Born in Inverness during 1747. Emigrated from Scotland to America in 1766. Merchant in Charleston, SC. Married Annie Shorey."
- JOHN TI-TA-S-GI-S-GI MCDONALD:
John served in the Revolutionary War as an ensign in the British ranks and as commissary agent for the British troops. In this capacity he proved effective at leading and supplying Indians, qualities that he would cultivate in subsequent merchandising efforts. After the war he settled on the Chickamauga River, carrying on a private trade through Pensacola among the Cherokees with goods bought at Charleston in defiance of Indian trading laws established by the fledgling United States.
Old Frontiers, John P Brown, pp 122-123; "By the Treaty of Paris, Feb 10, 1763, all of North America east of the Mississippi came into the posession of England... "Captain John Stuart was appointed His Majesty's Indian Agent for the Southern District... "His [Stuart's] new appointment required that he should leave his friends the Cherokees. He therefore sent as his deputies to that nation, Alexander Cameron and John McDonald. "John McDonald located at Chickamauga. He married Anna, daughter of the interpreter William Shorey who had died while on the way to England. Their daughter, Mollie McDonald, became the mother of Chief John Ross.
More About JOHN TI-TA-S-GI-S-GI MCDONALD: 1817-19 Reservations: July 1817, # 14, in right of wife, 1 in family Blood: Non-Cherokee Emigration: Abt. 1766, Charleston, SC Residence: 1817, Lookout Mountain Starr's Notes: D096; b:1747 Inverness, Scotland, d:8/29/1824
Children of ANNIE SHOREY and JOHN MCDONALD are:
i. MARY MOLLY3 MCDONALD (Source: Emmet Starr, Ross 1-1-1.), b. November 01, 1770, Ft Laudon, CNE [TN]; d. October 05, 1808, Marysville, TN; m. DANIEL ROSS (Source: Emmet Starr, E Starr, 410.), 1786, Chickamauga, TN; b. July 14, 1760, Sutherlandshire, Scotland; d. May 22, 1830, Chattanooga, CNE. More About MARY MOLLY MCDONALD:
Clan: Ani'-Tsi'skwa = Bird Clan (Gi-gu-i) Starr's Notes: D097; b:11/1/1770 d:10/5/1808
More About DANIEL ROSS:
1817-19 Reservations: July 1817, # 15, Lookout Mt, in Right of Wife, 4 in family Blood: Scottish Residence: 1817, Lookout Mountain Starr's Notes: D097; b:1760 Sutherland, Scotland, d;5/22/1830
ii. GEORGE MCDONALD (Source: Brainerd Journal, The, 30, 450.), b. Abt. 1775; d. February 16, 1817, Brainerd Church, CNE; m. SALLY SCOTT (Source: Brainerd Journal, The, 450.), Bef. 1807; b. Abt. 1786; d. June 10, 1830 (Source: C002.). More About GEORGE MCDONALD:
Clan: Ani'-Tsi'skwa = Bird Clan (Gi-gu-i)
Notes for SALLY SCOTT:
I previously had Mrs Sallie McDonald nee Scott marrying John Shepherd but the Moravian diaries suggest that John Shepherd's wife was Sallie McDonald, sister of Johnston McDonald.
More About SALLY SCOTT:
Clan: Ani'-Wa'ya = Wolf Clan (Peggy Scott)
John Golden McDonald's Timeline
Inverness, Highland, Scotland
Born in Inverness
November 1, 1770
East Cherokee Nation
August 29, 1824