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Quatie quatie Ross (Brown)

Also Known As: "Elizabeth", "Quatie Henley; Quatie Hare"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Old Cherokee Nation, Georgia, United States
Death: Died in Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas, United States
Cause of death: Died of pneumonia on the "Trail of Tears"
Place of Burial: Mount Holly Cemetery, Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Alexander Sawney Brown, III and Nancy Elizabeth Hicks
Wife of Robert Richardson Henley and John Guwisguwi Ross, Chief of the Cherokee Nation
Mother of Susan "Fatima Ross" Henley; James McDonald Ross; William Allen Ross; Jane "Jennie" Ross; Infant Ross and 3 others
Sister of James Brown and Judge James Brown
Half sister of Nathan Wolf Hicks; Alcie / Elsie Horn; Charles R., Jr, Hicks, Jr.; Elijah Hicks; Elizabeth Betsy Hicks and 17 others

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About Quatie quatie Ross

Elizabeth "Quatie" Brown was the daughter of Thomas Brown and Unkn; she married: (1) Robert Richardson Henley (b. 3 Oct 1790) who was killed in the War of 1812 and had at least one child: Susan "Fatima Ross" Henley who married William Shorey Coody and Zachariah Lewis Pogue.

She married in 1813, Chief John Ross of the Cherokees; they had the following children: James McDonald (b. 1814), William Allen (b. 1817); Silas Dean (b. 1829); George Washington Ross (b. 1830); John Ross Jr. (b. 1832); and Nancy Jane "Jennie" Ross (b. 1821) (all of the children born in the Cherokee Nation East).

She appears as Quatie Hare on the 1835 census of the Cherokee Nation East at Red Clay in McMinn County, with two full-bloods and four half-bloods, three of whom could read English. She might have been connected in some way with James Hare, who appears on the same census.

Quatie died on the "Trail of Tears." A story goes that she gave up her blanket to a sick child, and died of pneumonia as the result.

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Quatie quatie Ross's Timeline

1791
1791
Old Cherokee Nation, Georgia, United States
1808
1808
Age 17
Rossville, Fayette, Tennessee, United States
1813
1813
Age 22

they were Married in 1812

1814
1814
Age 23
1817
December 26, 1817
Age 26
Ross' Landing, Old Cherokee Nation, Tennessee, United States
1821
1821
Age 30
1825
1825
Age 34
1829
1829
Age 38
1830
1830
Age 39
1839
February 1, 1839
Age 48
Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas, United States