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Okowellos Kispokotho Cornstalk, Chief (1680 - 1758)

Birth location, Colonial records of Pennsylvania, 1852 state: Edited by Samuel Hazard "Benjamin asked Paxnous whither he was going with his Family. He answered, to his Land at the Ohio, where he was ...

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Meaurroway (Straight Tail), Shawnee (1630 - c.1710)

This tree comes from the books: Green, Don with Schultz, Noel. Shawnee Heritage I. Second Edition. Published by Lulu.com. 2008. ISBN 978-1-4357-1573-8./ Green, Don. Shawnee Heritage II. First Edition, ...

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Chief Opechan Stream Cornstalk MP (1548 - c.1645)

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Locha Shawnee (c.1643 - c.1692)

Locha was born 1640 in the Shawnee Nation in southwest Virginia and died in 1692 in Great Tellico, Tennessee. She was of Chalakatha blood. Married: in 1659 to Trader Carpenter “Moytoy I&#x...

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Akulusska Ben Hokolesqua (1662 - 1777)

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Pride Chalakahatha MP (c.1615 - 1679)

• THOMAS PASMERE was well educated, but did not want to participate in the family business for other brothers and sisters were heavily involved. When but twenty years old, THOMAS departed Plymou...

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Pasmere Carpenter MP (1637 - 1696)

PASMERE CARPENTER b 1637 in Shawnee Nation, Virgina. d 1696 in Shawnee Nation, Pennsylvania. md HOKOLESQUA Shawnee-Metis in 1662 in Running River Village. b 1630 in Shawnee Nation, Virgina. d 1681 in S...

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Nonoma Winanuske Cornstalk Cornstalk (1630 - d.)

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Chief Hokolesqua Opecham "Stream" Cornstalk MP (1628 - 1695)

Links Powhatan Vann-Jernigan connection - southern-style

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Rachel Cornstalk Whitt MP (c.1761 - c.1846)

Notes   "You will find no birth record nor a baptismal record, not a christening, nor any other for this Rachel Skaggs as a daughter of or other blood relation to any Skaggs family. Be aware...

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Standing Deer MP (c.1755 - 1775)

died in childbirth Links

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Thomas Bailey Christian MP (1770 - 1854)

There is no confirmation of Thomas Bailey Christian's parentage. The assertion that he is the son of "a Cornstalk", meaning any one of the chiefs of the Shawnee, is unsubstantiated. Please do not merge...

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Outhowwa Shokka (1777 - d.)

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Elinipsico Cornstalk MP (1752 - 1777)

On November 11, 1777 James Hall and a number of Virginia militia members attacked and killed the Shawnee Chief Cornstalk and two of his sons who, at the time, were being held prisoner. This reignited t...

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Helizikenopo Ounaconoa Cornstalk Snake (Moytoy) (1715 - 1756)

b. abt 175 PA d. aft 1756 OH Cornstalk's first wife m. approx. 1730. Shawnee (likely a Mekoche) sister of Big Snake. children: Chenusaw Wolf Walker Newa Aracoma (Baker) Greenbrier (...

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White Owl Raven Moytoy Carpenter IV MP (1680 - 1741)

White Owl Raven 1680 - 1741 Husband of Anawaya Nancy Moytoy White Owl Raven was an Algonguin Infant when captured. He was adopted by the Cherokee Tribe and was raised by Woman Nancy, and was of ano...

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Nancy Nanye-hi Moytoy, Wolf Clan MP (1683 - c.1741)

Nancy Moytoy of the Wolf Clan (born ca. 1683) Daughter of Amatoy Moytoy 1683 - 1741 Nancy Moytoy of the Wolf Clan (born ca. 1683) was a member of the Cherokee/Shawnee Moytoy-Carpenter dynasty. She ...

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Running Stream "Don Luis", Weroance / Ensenore of the Powhatan MP (1510 - 1618)

Jamestown & The Powhatans ( video ) : Lots of educational articles : Cultures at Jamestown (PDF) Life at Jamestown (PDF) Living with the Indians (PDF) Tobacco and Labor (PDF) Angela (PDF) ...

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April "Tikami" Hop (1690 - 1744)

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...

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Misahpelewa "Big Turkey" Hop Cornstalk (c.1660 - d.)

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Chalakatha-Hopia of the Shawnee Bear Clan (deceased)

Pride Chalakatha-Hopia Woman, born about 1664. She was killed with her husband by Catawba raiders in 1694 (daughter of Hopper a Hopia Chief & a Chalakatha Woman) Married: about 1679 to Big Turk...

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Puckeshinwa, Shawnee War Chief MP (1755 - 1774)

Puckeshinwa was a Shawnee war chief who was killed at the Battle of Point Pleasant during Lord Dunmore’s War in 1774 and the father of the Shawnee chief Tecumseh. Battle of Point Pleasant ...

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Tenkswatawa "The Prophet" (c.1775 - 1834)

Tenskwatawa, (also called Tenskatawa, Tensquatawa or Lalawethika) (1775 – November 1834) was a Native American religious and political leader of the Shawnee tribe, known as The Prophet or the Sh...

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Tecumseh MP (c.1768 - 1813)

The Ric Burns documentary, "Tecumseh's Vision: We Shall Remain" (first aired Oct 2009) can be viewed here: Tecumseh (properly Tikamthi or Tecumtha: 'One who passes across intervening space from o...

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Shawnee Chief Hokolesqua Wynepuechsika "keigh-tugh-quah" Cornstalk MP (1720 - 1777)

Hokoleskwa (ca. 1720 – November 10, 1777) — known as Cornstalk — was an important 18th century leader of the Shawnee people. In the Shawnee language, his name meant "blade of corn"...

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