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A-nu-wa-gi (Peggy) Moytoy, Wild Potato Clan MP (b. - c.1742)

Moytoy, Ahneewakee Birth : ABT 1710 Cherokee Nation-East Gender: Female Parents: Father: Tellico, Moytoy "the Pigeon" of Chief Mother: Ani'-Ga'tge'wi, Woman of Dougherty, Cornelius Birth ...

Amatoya Tellico Moytoy, I MP (1640 - 1700)

Note: English name was Trader Carpenter. Amatoya Moytoy of Chota (pronounced mah-tie) was a Cherokee town chief of the early eighteenth century in the area of present-day Tennessee. He held a promine...

Amahetai ll MoyToy of Tellico MP (c.1687 - 1741)

Moytoy of Tellico (d. 1741 or 1760?) was a Cherokee leader from Great Tellico, recognized by British colonial authorities as the "Emperor of the Cherokee"; the Cherokee themselves used the title "First...

Attakullakulla / Onacona MP (c.1699 - c.1797)

Attakullakulla (ca. 1708–ca. 1777) or Atagulkalu (Cherokee, Ata-gul' kalu) — known to whites as Little Carpenter — was First Beloved Man of the Cherokee Indians from 1761 to around 1775. Dragging Canoe...

Kanagatoga "Old Hop" Moytoy (Uku of Chota), First Beloved Man of the Cherokee MP (c.1690 - 1761)

Kanagatucko , known in English as Standing Turkey or Old Hop ,[1] was a Cherokee elder, serving briefly as the principle Chief of the Cherokee from 1758-1761, when he died. The European settlers knew h...

Long (1686 - 1725)

Current scholarship on the impact of epidemics on American Indians is inadequate to explain how Indians survived. Too often Indians are given no credit for being able to combat emergent diseases, and t...

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 ...

Oconastota / Aganstata (Cunne Shote) a.k.a. James Beaver Moytoy (Uku of Chota), First Beloved Man of the Cherokee MP (c.1704 - c.1783)

Oconostota (ca. 1710-1783) was the Warrior (skiagusta) of Chota and the First Beloved Man of the Cherokee from 1775 to 1781. Cherokee name, according to Mooney, was Aganstata, which he translated as ...

Oukah-Ulah Moytoy, Cherokee Emissary to England MP (1681 - 1755)

OUKAYUDA, Oukah Ulah or King to be (ruler to be). SKAYAGUSTA OUKAH He was from the Lower towns. Also called Chief of Tasseta, Oukah Ulah, and Skiagunsta. Went on trip to England in 1730.

Ounacona Muskrat Moytoy (Conjuror) MP (1718 - 1758)

Chief Peter’s second wife was Ounaconoa Moytoy (1718-1758), mother of Black Beard born 1735, Black Wolf/41 John Wolf/50, Peter Jr (II)/55 and Susannah/57. Of greater importance is the relationship cr...

Sister of Raven Wa-Wli Vann (Moytoy), Wild Potato Clan MP (c.1726 - 1819)

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...

4th daughter Priber (Moytoy) (1658 - d.)

? of Deer Clan Moytoy (1686 - 1730)

Aganunital (1650 - 1702)

Aganunitsi (1686 - d.)

Chief Amatoya Moytoy The Elder was born in 1635/1645 in Chota, at Little Tennessee River. He married Quatsy of Telico, of the Wolf Clan. their fifth child: v. Aganunitsi Quatie - Wolf Clan marrie...

Ah Nee Wa Kee Moytoy (deceased)

Aisley Moytoy (The Paint Clan) (deceased)

Aisley Moytoy (1680 - 1783)

amahatai moytoy (deceased)

Amahetai Pigeon Moytoy (deceased)


Amatoya "Trader" Moytoy (1635 - 1730)

Amatoya Moytoy (deceased)

NN Brock (c.1640 - d.)

amatoya moytoy 1 (deceased)

Amatoya Moytoy (deceased)

Amatoya (of Chota) Moytoy (c.1640 - d.)

Amatoya (Trader Tom Carpenter) Moytoy 1 (deceased)

Amatoya Rainmaker Moytoy (c.1660 - c.1730)

Bird Moytoy (deceased)

Cherokee Maiden Moytoy 3 (deceased)

Chief Moytoy (1640 - 1741)

Chief Moytoy (c.1633 - c.1692)

Chief Moytoy (c.1640 - c.1741)

Chief Aganstata Oconostata MOYTOY (1702 - 1785)

Chief Agonunisiti MOYTOY, II (1686 - 1741)

Chief Amadohivi MOYTOY, I (1640 - 1730)

Clogoittah of Tellico (Cherokee) MP (1706 - 1790)

Attended: 1730, Delegation to King George II Blood: Full Blood Cherokee Clan: Ani'-Ga'tâge'wi = Kituah or Wild Potato (Wa-Wli Vann) Clogoittah [1238] ABT 1706 - ____ * BIRTH: ABT 1706 * E...

Clogoittah (1705 - d.)

Oo Yo Sti Otiyu MP (1716 - 1760)

Elder Sister Moytoy (Hop) (1632 - d.)

Elizabeth Williams (Moytoy) (c.1722 - 1783)

Indian Woman, Cherokee Nation

Ghi-Ga-U-Tsistuna-Gis-Ke "Nancy" Wildrose Moytoy (deceased)

Granny "sookie" Hopper McDaniel (Moytoy) (1730 - d.)

Helizikinopo Ounaconoa 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 (...

Helizikinopo (deceased)

John Cheeskiowee Greenwood (Moytoy) (1703 - 1760)

Kah-Yahn-Tee-Hee Moytoy (1720 - d.)

Kanagatoga Moytoy (deceased)

Kanagatucko "Old Hop'" Moytoy, First Beloved Man of the Cherokee (1690 - 1760)

moytoy II Moytoy (1687 - 1741)

Nancy (deceased)

Nancy Moytoy (c.1683 - d.)

Nancy Carpenter Carpenter Moytoy (Shawnee) (1664 - c.1732)

nancy moytoy (deceased)

Nancy Augustus Foreman (Moytoy) (1730 - d.)

nancy broom moytoy (deceased)


Nancy Moytoy (deceased)

Nancy Quatsi Qu Di Si Moytoy (1664 - 1732)

Nionne Ollie Oconastot "Little Carpenter" (Moytoy) (deceased)

Oconostota Moytoy (deceased)

Oconostota Moytoy (c.1710 - c.1783)

Oconostota "Cunne" Moytoy (deceased)

Old Jennie Due Moytoy (deceased)

Oo Loo Moytoy (Tsa) (c.1700 - d.)

Oukull-Oukah Moytoy (deceased)

Ounacono Moytoy (1718 - 1758)

Oanaconoa Moytoy (c.1716 - c.1755)

Ounaconoa Moytoy (deceased)

Pidgeon Moytoy (deceased)

pidgeon Pidgeon moytoy (1687 - 1741)

pidgeon cherokee moytoy (deceased)

William Moytoy Brock (c.1687 - c.1741)

Polly Terrapin Moytoy (deceased)

Pratchey Ahna-Wakie Parris (Moytoy) (c.1734 - d.)

Death: UNKNOWN NATI: Full Blood Cherokee Event: Clan AniGaTaGewi - Wild Potato - Kituah married: richard parris childern: George 1758,circa nellie parris1760circa katie parris 1756 circa

Q of Tellico Do Moytoy (1650 - 1692)

Quatis Aganunitsi (c.1680 - c.1708)