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Chalakatha Woman Poss (1615 - 1679)

5/19/2011 8/31/2015

5/19/2011 8/31/2015

Quatsey "Susan" Katagusta MP (1682 - 1758)

Quatsey (Susan) Rainmaker Born 1682 Also seen as Quatsis and Aganunitsi Full-blooded Cherokee, Wolf Clan Married Savannah Tom Carpenter Smallpox Conjurer (Jacob the Conjurer) ...

5/19/2011 8/31/2015

Chief Red Bird Brock MP (1721 - 1820)

"Totsuwha", "Do-tsu-wa", "Ꮩ Ꮷ Ꮹ", "to-chu-wo-r", "ᏙᏧᏬR", "c-u-tsa-wah CᎤᏣᏩ", "Red Bird"

Some researchers believe him to be Chief Red Bird for which the Red Bird River in Clay and Leslie Counties are named. Aaron Cutsawah would be his American Indian name if this is the case as there are s...

9/9/2007 8/31/2015

Christian "Full Cherokee" Place, (Indian Maid) MP (c.1705 - 1764)

"Christian Pace"

comments Aug 2015 - These notes do not apply to the profile of Christian Pace, there must have been a Mismerge; moving them to the correct profile appreciated. Piety McFee was born on 1829 in Nor...

9/9/2007 8/31/2015

Reuben Brock MP (1680 - 1721)

"Chief Willenawah Great Eagle", "Tifftoya of Tanassee"

Rumored to be the progenitor of our Brock family and the father of Aaron Brock, Sr. (aka Chief Red Bird), but no evidence of him has been found, was a Reuben Brock, b. abt 1680, said to be a British so...

9/9/2007 8/31/2015

2/7/2013 7/16/2015

James H. Johnson (1793 - 1868)

"Skillet Head", "Chief"

James H. Johnson was a Cherokee Indian chief, Skillet Head.

6/17/2015 6/17/2015

Mary Meredith MP (1752 - 1823)

Mary Crews Birth 1752 Death 1823, Stokes Co NC Age: 71 Father Hardy Crews Mother Phoebe Dooche (Gooche) Spouses 1James Meredith , b ca 1747 From James MEREDITH, Jr. born about 1747, L...

2/15/2009 6/1/2015

Anna Hubbard MP (1747 - 1812)

"Ann (Crews) Hubbard", "(1/2 Cherokee)"

Anna Crews Birth 1747 Father Hardy Crews Mother Phoebe Dooche (Gooche) Spouses 1Joseph Hubbard Birth1751 Marriage1770 Notes for Joseph (Spouse 1) Joseph Hubbard (b.1751) appeared in an ...

2/15/2009 6/1/2015

Ka-ti (Catherine) Harlan MP (c.1752 - 1828)

"Catherine", "Ka-ti", "Ka_ti"

Ka-ti Catherine Kingfisher Harlan Find A Grave Memorial# 48346335 Kati was born about 1752 and died sometime after 1793. She was married three times. Her first marriage was to Samuel Candy. They ha...

2/4/2007 6/1/2015

NN, of the Doochee MP (deceased)

6/1/2015 6/1/2015

Phoebe Crews MP (1730 - 1801)

"Goochee", "Gooche", "Dutch"

Phoebe Dooche (Goochee) was reported to be full-blooded Cherokee family from Descendants of Hardeman "Hardy" Crews Generation No. 1 1. HARDEMAN "HARDY"3 CREWS (EDWARD2, ARTHUR1 CREWS/CRUES) was...

3/19/2009 6/1/2015

Unknown Springston (c.1740 - d.)

2/13/2009 6/1/2015

Tame Doe, of the Wolf Clan MP (c.1716 - c.1760)


Tame Doe was born about 1700. Tame Doe's father was Chief Amahetai MoyToy MA'TAYI' Pigeon of Tellico "Trader Tom" Carpenter (Ani'-Wa'ya = Wolf Clan (Quatsy)) II and her mother was Nancy Aganunitsi Shaw...

2/4/2007 6/1/2015

Skayagustuegwo Fivekiller, the Raven of Chota MP (1712 - 1755)

"Anakwanki Skayagustuegwo Fivekiller / FRANCIS WARD", "captured Delaware Chief"

Per Spartanburg Co Court deed 150 acres on the North Tyger River from Patrick Marsh to Francis Ward Anakwanki Skayagustuegwo Fivekiller / Francis Ward, who was the Raven of Chota Non Cherokee "In...

2/4/2007 6/1/2015

Savannah Tom "Moytoy III" Carpenter (c.1680 - 1711)

"Savannah Uswalo'aeskue", "Moytoy III", "Savannah", "Tom", "Carpenter"

Savannah Tom Moytoy III Carpenter Click to view Savannah Tom Moytoy III Carpenter in the family tree View timeline for this person's branch of the family tree Savannah Tom was born in 1680 in Chota, ...

9/9/2007 5/25/2015

Oshaqua Moytoy (1686 - 1754)


His parents were killed in 1698 by Creek Indians. He was adopted by "Trader" Tom Carpenter, the 2nd Moytoy, & his wife Nancy. He was taught to read, speak and cipher English by his stepfather. He mar...

5/25/2015 5/25/2015

Nancy, of the Shawnee MP (1664 - c.1732)

"Aganunitsi", "Nancy Moytoy"

Nancy Blood: Chalakatha Member of the Wolf Clan Born 1664 in Running Water (Tennesseee) Married 1678 to Moytoy ll (Trader Tom Carpenter ll) Mother of: White Owl Carpenter-Raven (Moyto...

1/25/2011 5/25/2015

Ounaconoa Muskrat MP (1716 - 1757)

"Ounaconoa Moytoy"

(2) Ounaconoa Muskrat AKA Moytoy (1716 aft 1757). She was 1/2 Shawnee-Cherokee, the daughter of Swan-Wahehti Hop (Shawnee) & Oshaqua MUSKRAT (Cherokee). They had both been adopted by "Trader" Tom Car...

7/1/2013 5/25/2015

Zachariah Downs (c.1795 - d.)

"Zach Downing (Cousin of Lewis Downing)"

According to an "affidavit" signed by "Chief John Ross" he was well acquainted with Zach Down - or Zach Downing and was acquainted with his father who was a Cherokee Indian by Blood. Zack Downing was a...

9/14/2011 4/21/2015

Ollie Nionee Oconostota, Ani'-Wa'Ya (Wolf) Clan MP (1720 - 1800)

"Nionee Ollie Raven"

Nionee Ollie "Ani" wa 'ya" Paint Clan Oconostota was a Natchez living in a town of refugees from that tribe who had settled among the Overhill Towns on the Little Tennessee River. She appears only rare...

10/18/2007 3/7/2015

Ni-ki-tie "Hannah Rebecca" Arthur (c.1731 - c.1834)

"Nikiti", "Nikitie"


7/14/2008 3/7/2015

Dr. Emmet Starr MP (1870 - 1930)

Death of Dr. Emmet Starr From the Claremore Progress, of February 6, 1930: A man familiar with the early days in Claremore, a student, is dead. Reference is made to Dr. Emmet Starr who was found de...

8/1/2009 2/10/2015

Isaac Bushyhead (c.1808 - 1843)

7/12/2009 2/9/2015

Capt. Richard Fields MP (c.1744 - 1849)

Richard Fields : adventurer in the Indian trade Who is Richard Fields? He was born c.1744 and came to South Carolina (from England or Virginia) with his father Richard Fields by 1754. Richard F...

2/9/2009 2/9/2015

Ruth West MP (1815 - 1869)


Ruth was the daughter of Captain George Fields and Sarah (Coody) Fields. She was born in Cherokee Nation East. She married John W. West and they had eight children: William Mosley, George Rider, Mart...

2/9/2015 2/9/2015

Susanah Downing MP (c.1720 - 1752)

"Hannah Fawling Leaf", "Susanah Falling Leaf"

(Ben M. Angel notes: The first permanent photographic print was developed in 1826, about three quarters a century after this person died. The photograph is not associated with this profile.) Full Blo...

9/6/2008 2/9/2015

Nancy Crittenden MP (1744 - 1815)

"Nannie", "Pettit", "McSwain"

Per Emmet Starr's History of the Cherokee Indians, 1921, Nannie was the fourth child of Major Downing but the order is unconfirmed. In, memorial #26803328 (Maj John B Downing), Darlene J...

9/7/2008 2/9/2015

Bluford West (1808 - 1845)

Nationality: Clan: Ani'-Wa'ya= Wolf Clan(Nanye'hi) --- Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees by SmartCopy : Feb 9 2015, 20:13:10 UTC

2/16/2009 2/9/2015

Elizabeth Harlan Hildebrand Find A Grave Memorial# 66076770

2/4/2007 2/9/2015

Nellie Starr (c.1806 - 1847)

Nellie Starr is listed on the Trail of Tears List:

2/13/2009 2/8/2015

Betty Kitegista (c.1738 - 1793)

i. BETTY4 KITEGISTA, b. Abt. 1738; d. June 12, 1793. Notes for BETTY KITEGISTA: (Source: John P Brown, Old Frontiers, (Reprint edition, 1971, by Arno Press, Inc), 386.), b. c 1738; d. June 12, 1793...

11/2/2008 2/8/2015

James Starr, Sr. (1796 - 1845)

Biographical Sketch of the Family of Thomas Starr (1813-1890) By Phil Norfleet A white man named Caleb Starr (1758-1843) was the patriarch of the Starr family. He was of Quaker parentage and had ...

2/13/2009 2/8/2015

Sarah "Sallie" West MP (c.1788 - 1837)

From Find A Grave Memorial# 40408275 Sarah (sic: Sallie) was the daughter of Ellis Harlan & Kati Kingfisher, and the granddaughter of Nancy Ward, Nanyehi, Beloved Woman of the Cherokee. She married...

2/4/2007 2/8/2015

John William West MP (1811 - 1867)

From Find A Grave Memorial# 5638285 : John W. West was the son of Jacob and Sarah (Harlan) West. John and his wife, Ruth (Fields) West traveled from Tellico Plains, TN to Indian Territory in the ea...

2/16/2009 2/2/2015

4/25/2009 1/16/2015

Raven of Hiwassee (c.1712 - c.1761)

"King of the Valley", "Raven of the Valley", "Colinna", "Corane"

RAVEN OF HIWASSEE Child of Moytoy. Born: probably about 1710. He was also called King of the Valley and Raven of the Valley. He was the principal leader of the Valley Towns, and was one of the most inf...

10/14/2008 5/21/2014

Cabin Smith (1747 - 1836)

Cabin Smith was a full-blood Cherokee, of the Paint clan.   Under the treaty of 27 February 1819, he was granted a reservation (other than where he lived) of 640 acres, to be laid off...

12/25/2008 11/25/2013

Bud Adams (1923 - 2013)

Kenneth Stanley "Bud" Adams, Jr. (January 3, 1923 – October 21, 2013) was the owner of the Tennessee Titans, a National Football League franchise. He was instrumental in the founding and estab...

10/26/2013 10/26/2013

Mary Emory of Ani'Gilâ'h Long Hair Clan MP (c.1728 - c.1765)

"Grant", "Mary Susannah"

For more information be sure to read the "The Abraham Hembree Data Project" by Larry Petrisky. You can find it online at the link below. -------------------- Mary was a tribal member and aristocr...

1/20/2007 10/26/2013

Name: Susannah Catherine - of the Deer Clan Sex: F Event: Misc 6 JUN 2006 Change Date: 25 JUN 2006 Marriage 1 Dutsi Tachee -Paint Clan Children 1. Has Children "Scar The Law -Sky Buck" RI...

2/13/2009 5/31/2013

Da-Tsi (Tah Chee) "Dutch" Carpenter MP (c.1738 - c.1787)

"Fullblood of the Bird Clan", "Oganstota", "Dutsi Tah Chee (Tarchee Ogonostota)", "Long Warrior", "Long warrior of Tellico"

More About DA-TSI: Blood: 3/4 Cherokee Clan: Ani'-Wa'ya = Wolf Clan (Peggy Scott?) Emigration: 1828, to Texas from Arkansas ttp://

11/6/2008 5/31/2013

E-li-si (1740 - d.)

2/13/2009 5/24/2013

Rev. Jesse Bushyhead MP (1804 - 1844)

: Perhaps no character in all Cherokee history was more revered and respected by his people than was Jesse Bushyhead , who was born in southeastern Tennessee in September 1804. The family home was si...

9/18/2011 5/22/2013

Ostenaco Outacite "Mankiller" of Settico, Cherokee Emissary to England MP (c.1703 - 1780)

"Utsidihi", "Mankiller", "Lame Arm", "Bad Water", "Emperor of Tellico", "Tacite of Euphassee", "Mankiller of Hiwassee", "the Young Emperor", "Wrosetasatow", "Outacite or Mankiller"

Ostenaco Born c. 1703, Died c. 1780 Nationality: Cherokee Ostenaco (Ustanakwa, or "Big Head") , who preferred to go by the warrior's title he earned at any early age, "Mankiller" (Utsidihi), al...

2/23/2008 5/22/2013

Meli Ward, (Full Blood Cherokee) Adopted (1774 - 1825)

"Meli Ward", "Mary Ward"

Meli Ward (Full Blood Cherokee) was the 3rd great grandmother of Charles Hardin Holley, known in the entertainment world as Buddy Holly . Nancy Ward took Meli (a full blood Cherokee) in when both of ...

8/1/2010 5/22/2013

Pathkiller From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Pathkiller, (c 1749 to 8 January 1827), was a Cherokee warrior, town chief, and Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation. He also served as a colonel ...

9/17/2009 5/21/2013

Ludovic Grant MP (1696 - c.1758)

Ludovic Grant is listed by some sources as a clan chief of the Grant clan in Scotland in 1710. He joined the Jacobite rebellion in 1715, which sought to restore James II as King of England. He was capt...

1/20/2007 4/3/2013

Standing Deer Bailey MP (c.1755 - 1775)

died in childbirth Links to James Red Wolf, she was Cherokee and died giving birth to her 4th child, leaving him to raise them. Married Ellinipsico Cornstalk, b. 1748, Shawnee Nation, OH ...

2/24/2009 3/9/2013

1st Lt. Redbird Sixkiller (USA) (c.1823 - 1898)

"Tah-tso-quah", "Tah-chu-wha Su-dul-de-he"

Redbird Sixkiller was born in the Cherokee Nation East in Georgia. In 1837, he and his wife, Pamelia Whaley, were informed that they were to be forcibly removed from Georgia and relocated to the Indi...

12/25/2008 8/12/2012

Wah-Li (Polly) Otterlifter Vann MP (1746 - c.1835)

"Polly Otterlifter", "Mary Christianna Olly Waw-wle", "Wah-li"

Birth: 1746 in Cherokee Nation East, Death: UNKNOWN in Oklahoma. Fullblood Cherokee from the Paint Clan of Cherokees. # 1443, Refn 443. Cherokees were a Matriarchal society. Other names for Wah Li we...

8/28/2008 8/11/2012

John "Cherokee" Vann III MP (1746 - 1806)

Notes for JOHN CHEROKEE VANN III: Moravian Journals, 12/20/1806; refers to Polly Terrapin's husband as having died of Small Pox at Hightower. Presumably, this was John "Cherokee" Vann. His father, Jo...

8/28/2008 8/11/2012

Wa-Wli Vann, Wild Potato Clan MP (c.1726 - 1819)

"Cauluuna", "Wah-Li", "Wai Li", "Sister of Raven"

Go to for a succinct and incredible history of the Cherokee. Sister of Raven died just before the Cherokee language became written (The Cherokee syllabary is a syllabary invented by Sequoyah to write t...

8/28/2008 8/11/2012

notes From Shawnee Heritage I, By Noel Schutz, Don Greene 563 fox, wurteh tawsee aka wurteh tawsee smallpox conjurer-wurteh tawsee conjurer born 1705 tellico plains tn died 1764 great tellico...

5/19/2011 8/11/2012

Ani'wa'di Wurtea Tawsee (1705 - 1764)

notes From Shawnee Heritage I, By Noel Schutz, Don Greene 563 fox, wurteh tawsee aka wurteh tawsee smallpox conjurer-wurteh tawsee conjurer born 1705 tellico plains tn died 1764 great tellico...

5/19/2011 8/11/2012

Clement Vann Rogers (1839–1911) was a Cherokee senator and judge in Indian Territory. Rogers was a Confederate veteran and served as a delegate to the Oklahoma Constitutional Convention. Rogers ...

8/20/2008 5/20/2012

Tsu-nu-lv-hv-s-gi (1779 - d.)

Tsu-nu-lv-hv-s-gi was an adopted child of Drowning Bear and Ni-gu-da-yi. Other than the year of his birth, no other information is known of his life before being adopted.

3/8/2011 2/24/2012

1848 Mullay roll: #470 as Che-gail-a-teh 1851 Siler roll: Wolf Town, Haywood Co, NC, fam# 53, roll# 581 as Che-ul-lut-tuh 1852 Chapman roll: Wolf Town, Haywood Co, NC, fam# 53, roll# 581 as Che-ul-...

2/16/2009 2/24/2012

1848 Mullay roll: # 469 as Wilsonih 1851 Siler roll: Wolf Town, Haywood Co, NC, fam# 53, roll# 580 1852 Chapman roll: Wolf Town, Haywood Co, NC, fam# 53, roll# 580 1869 Sweatland roll: fam# 56, r...

11/6/2008 2/24/2012

John Welch O-gu-ma (Oocumma) (1782 - 1837)


From James Hicks: Miller application# 16252 for John's granddaughter, Maggie Reed nee Oo-kum-mah, gives the name of her grandfather as John Welch aka Oo-kum-mah. Was this a full blood namesake of the...

11/6/2008 2/24/2012

Oocumma "The Badger" Attakullakulla (c.1739 - c.1792)

"The Badger", "Ocuma", "Occuma", "O-gu-ma", "Oocumma", "Oo-kum-muh"

Hated the whites. More About THE BADGER: Attended 1: November 1788, Eustinali council Attended 2: June 1792, Estinawa council Blood: 3/4 Cherokee Clan: Ani'-Wa'ya = Wolf Clan (Peggy Scott?)...

11/6/2008 2/24/2012

Sam (Sam-mih) Owl (c.1802 - d.)

Chapman Roll 1851 Birdtown, Haywood County, NC [another transcriber wrote Wolftown] 862. Sam-mih (or Sam Owl) 53 [6206? 15841] 863. Wo-te-yoh-ih 40 w [15841] 864. Ar-chih 16 s [15841] [another ...

5/25/2009 2/23/2012

5/25/2009 2/23/2012

John (Tsi-na-qui) Owl (c.1796 - 1877)

Family went on Trail of Tears to Oklahoma but returned to NC 1851 Chapman Roll in River Valley, Cherokee County NC 1870 Census Cherokee Co, NC (Murphy) age 90 1848 (listing from papers Lloyd Owle...

5/25/2009 2/23/2012

Caulunna, the Raven of Chota MP (1676 - 1741)

"Kalanu", "Colonah", "Kalanah", "Sour Hominy"

CAULUNNA Born: before 1676. The English word for Caulunna was Raven. He was the leader of the Seven Clans, and went to England in 1730. Ile was killed in battle in 1741. His sister, Quatsis or Quatie, ...

11/6/2008 2/5/2012

Melba? MP (c.1730 - d.)

Said to be the daughter of Attakalluka and Nione, but her mother could have been a Choctaw woman. Links

10/7/2011 10/7/2011

Black Fox (c.1720 - d.)


10/7/2011 10/7/2011

Turtle at Home . MP (c.1758 - c.1814)

"Sa-li-gu-gi", "Shoe Boots", "Selukuki Wohelengh"

Turtle-at-Home, or Selukuki Wohelengh, was a Cherokee warrior and leader, brother of Dragging Canoe and one of his chief lieutenants during the Chickamauga wars. In the beginning and the later years, h...

11/6/2008 10/5/2011

Kan-Ne-Qua-Tes-Ke Crittenden MP (1768 - 1850)

"James Crittenden"

James "Kan-Ne-Qua-Tes-Ke" Crittenden (son of Charles Crittenden and Nancy Downing) was born 1770 in Georgia, and died 1850 in Ahmacolola River,Lumpkin,Georgia,USA. He married KO-TO-KA-YA. Children of...

3/8/2009 8/14/2011

Mary Shine "Yun" (1772 - 1835)

"Yun", "Mary Shine Yun", "Mary Shine", "Mary Shine "Yun""

Ani Yun Wiya = The people in Cherokee (NC) Anigatogewi or Wild Potato Clan

4/10/2009 8/8/2011

Dr. James Robert Adair MP (c.1709 - c.1783)

James Adair was born ca 1709 in County Antrim, Ireland and died, probably in Cherokee Nation East, around 1783. Will 21 Oct. 1766, proved 4 Nov. 1782 Parents: said to have been a member of the Fitzge...

4/10/2007 5/22/2011

PFC Charles George, Medal of Honor (1932 - 1952)


Charles George (August 23, 1932–November 30, 1952) was a U.S. Army soldier who received the Medal of Honor for his actions in combat on November 30, 1952, during the Korean War. He was fatally w...

5/14/2011 5/16/2011

Ernest Edwin Evans, CMDR MP (1908 - 1944)

Ernest Edwin Evans (August 13, 1908 – October 25, 1944) was an officer of the United States Navy who posthumously received the Medal of Honor for his actions during the Battle of Leyte Gulf in W...

5/14/2011 5/16/2011

Jack C Montgomery, 1lt MP (1917 - 2002)

Jack C. Montgomery (July 23, 1917 – June 11, 2002) was a United States Army officer and a recipient of the United States military's highest decoration—the Medal of Honor—for his ac...

5/14/2011 5/15/2011

Alexander McGillivary, Principal Chief of the Upper Creek (Muscogee) MP (1750 - 1793)

"Hoboi-Hili-Miko (Good Child King)"

Alexander McGillivray (December 15, 1750 – February 17, 1793) was a leader of the Creek (Muscogee) Indians during and after the American Revolution who worked to establish a Creek national ident...

10/18/2007 3/25/2011

April "Tikami" Hop (1690 - 1744)

"Younger Sister"

April "Tikami" Hop (meaning: April Water ) was born 1690 in Chota, Cherokee Territory (present day Tennessee) and died in 1744 in Upper Hiwassee, Cherokee Territory (present day Tennessee) Parents: M...

8/28/2008 3/25/2011

3/21/2011 3/21/2011

3/14/2011 3/14/2011

Stand Watie, Brig. General, CSA, Principal Chief MP (c.1806 - 1871)

"Brig. General", "CSA", "Principal Chief"

Stand Watie (1806-1871) Born at Oothcaloga in the Cherokee Nation, Georgia (near present day Rome, Georgia) on December 12, 1806, Stand Watie's Cherokee name was De-ga-ta-ga, or "he stands." He als...

11/6/2008 3/14/2011

Joseph Vann, Principal Chief MP (1798 - 1844)

"Rich Joe Vann"

Joseph H. Vann, (11 February 1798 – 23 October 1844). He was a Cherokee leader who owned Diamond Hill (now known as the Chief Vann House), many slaves, taverns, and steamboats that he operated o...

8/28/2008 3/6/2011

--- from A history of the state of Oklahoma Vol II by Luther B Hill A.B. 1910 Richard B. Choate. A native of the Cherokee nation and a resident of Bunch, Adair county, since his boyhood days, Richa...

3/27/2008 3/6/2011

Chief for 1 day: June 23, 1923

3/5/2011 3/6/2011

Chief for 17 days. Listed on the 1880 CN Census: ;DE, 639; 1890 CN Census: Tahlequah, 1982; Dawes Roll: card# 5858, roll# 14029; Miller Roll: Tahlequah, OK, ap# 27674, roll# 9028; Blood: 1/8 Cherokee; ...

7/12/2009 3/6/2011

Samuel McDaniel Fox Taylor, CSA, Principal Chief MP (1818 - 1883)

"Chief Samuel McDaniel Taylor"

Confederate Chief -------------------- Judge Samuel McDaniel Fox TAYLOR b: 3 FEB 1818 in Cherokee Nation East Name: Samuel McDaniel Taylor Birth: 3 FEB 1818 in Cherokee Nation East, Tennessee...

7/12/2009 3/6/2011

Confederate Chief

3/5/2011 3/6/2011

About Christie, Smith Nickname Watt, b. 1817 Union Chief 1863 Cherokee Name: Wa-de Wa-ki-gu. Cherokee Evaluations of 1836 lists Watt Christie as 24 yrs. old and living on a farm at the mouth of the...

3/5/2011 3/6/2011

Pegg, Thomas (Ah-yes-takie) A Major of the 2nd Reg Cherokee Mounted Rifles, CSA (also known as Drew s Regiment & First Reg); after the Battle of Pea Ridge in AR, switched to the Union Side as Capt., ...

3/5/2011 3/6/2011

Charles J Hunt Cherokee Chief for 1 day Charles John Hunt Birth: 1876 Parents: Joseph Henry Hunt, Ruth Jane Harlan Siblings: Frances Catherine Harnage (born Hunt), Jane Lulu Hunt, Natha...

3/5/2011 3/6/2011

Oliver Hazard Perry Brewer was known as Chute. He attended Cherokee Nation schools and the Cherokee Male Seminary. He graduated from the University of Arkansas in 1893. When his father died, he took ov...

3/5/2011 3/6/2011

William Wirt Hastings (December 31, 1866 - April 8, 1938) was a U.S. Representative from Oklahoma. Born on a farm in Benton County, Arkansas, near the Indian Territory boundary, Hastings moved with h...

10/24/2008 3/6/2011

Chief Black Fox MP (c.1745 - 1811)

"Enoli", "Inali;enola/black;fox;"

Black Fox (Circa 1745-1811) was born about 1746 in the Cherokee village of Ustanali, in the Lower Towns area (found today in northeastern Alabama, northwestern Georgia, and their adjoining areas of sou...

10/18/2007 3/6/2011

Chief William Abraham Hicks MP (1769 - 1837)

William Abraham Hicks (1769 - 1837?, age 68) became Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation in 1827 after being elected to succeed his older brother, Charles R. Hicks, the longtime Second Principal Chie...

11/6/2008 3/6/2011

Big Tiger (1824-1828); principal chief of the faction of those in the Nation following Whitepath's teachings inspired by the Seneca prophet Handsome Lake. Big Tiger (1824-1828); principal chief of the ...

12/25/2008 3/6/2011

Chief Charles Renatus Hicks MP (1767 - 1827)

"Principal Chief"

Charles Renatus Hicks (23 December 1767 - 20 January 1827, age 59) was one of the most important Cherokee leaders in the early 19th century and the first non fullblood to be chosen as Principal Chief o...

9/4/2008 3/6/2011

Adopted by Chief Yonaguska Drowning Bear. Drowning Bear called him Wil-Usdi or "Little Will." -------------------- Birth parents of William Holland Thomas were Richard Thomas and Temperance Calvert...

4/27/2010 3/6/2011

Nimrod Jarrett Smith (1837–1893), or Tsaladihi, was the fourth Principal Chief of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. His father was the Valley River landowner Henry Smith, one of the wealthie...

3/5/2011 3/6/2011

Stillwell Saunooke Principal Chief (1891-1895)

3/5/2011 3/6/2011

Flying Squirrel, Chief Chief Bet. 1870-75: Principal Chief of CN East. Listed on the 1848 Mullay Roll: # 173 as Flying Squirrel (Cheif of Paint Town); 1851 Siler Roll: Paint Town, Haywood Co., NC, fa...

3/5/2011 3/6/2011

Principal Chief of NC: 1875-1880. Cherokee Name: Dah-si-ki-yah-gih. Nickname: Shoeboot Find A Grave Memorial# 14012015

3/5/2011 3/6/2011