"Young Peter," Chief Cornstalk

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About "Young Peter," Chief Cornstalk

Also known as Young Cornstalk.

6th son of "Strongman" Chief Cornstalk (1710-1777) by his first wife, Helizikinopo Snake.


  1. a Chalakatha woman
  2. in 1766 to Elizabeth See, daughter of Frederick See (Zeh) & Catherine Vanderpool

"In accordance with Indian custom a general council decided the division of the spoils and the fate of prisoners taken by the tribe. The older daughter, Catherine (Sic: Elizabeth) was given to the son of Chief Cornstalk for his wife. This girl could hardly have been more than fourteen."


From Chief Cornstalk: Shawnee Lineage 2010

"Now Elizabeth Catherine See took as her second (Sic: first) husband the son of Chief Keigh-taugh-quah Hokoleskwa Cornstalk known as Stout Man Wneypuechsika CORNSTALK (1742 – 1832) and he took her as his third wife (Sic: second). She mothered White Wing Nancy “Big Nancy” Cornstalk (1770-1843) whom married my uncle Elijah Adkins and ran off with Tecumseh Peekishnoah And Margurette Ice Tecumseh (1768 – 1813)."


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"Young Peter," Chief Cornstalk's Timeline

Shawnee, Perry County, Ohio, United States
Age 22
Adams County, Ohio Territory, Colonial America

Young Chief Cornstalk in the U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900

Index-only record

Report issue
Name: Young Chief Cornstalk
Gender: Male
Spouse Name: Elizabeth See
Birth Place: WV
Spouse Birth Year: 1754
Number Pages: 1

Source Citation
Source number: 609.000; Source type: Electronic Database; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: HAM

Source Information
Yates Publishing. U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004.


Marriage to Catherine Elizabeth "Kate" See (Zeh)

1768 Age: 26 Old Town, Adams County, Ohio Territory, Colonial America

After SHAWNEE CHIEF Cornstalk abducted (adopted) Catherine Elizabeth See, along with her mother and siblings in 1763, he then gave her over in 1768 to marry his son, Peter "Young Chief Stoutman" Cornstalk.

Age 24
Shawnee, Perry County, Ohio, United States
Age 87
Kansas, United States