Aganusitsi Quatie "Quatsy", of the Wolf Clan

public profile

Aganusitsi Quatie "Quatsy", of the Wolf Clan's Geni Profile

Share your family tree and photos with the people you know and love

  • Build your family tree online
  • Share photos and videos
  • Smart Matching™ technology
  • Free!

Share

Related Projects

About Aganusitsi Quatie "Quatsy", of the Wolf Clan

Quatsey (Susan) Rainmaker

  • Born 1682
  • Also seen as Quatsis and Aganunitsi
  • Full-blooded Cherokee, Wolf Clan

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.

They had the following children:

v. Aganunitsi Quatie - Wolf Clan

married 1st: A Shawnne Captive

children:

  • Chief Savanooka (meaning "A Shawnee") - the Raven of Hiwsassee

married 2nd: Smallpox Conjuror of Settico

children:

  • M i Chief Oconostota , the Groundhog Sausage, who was the Beloved Warrior of the Cherokee
  • F ii Ahneewahkee Anewake Ailsey Anewake Ailsey -3 - Wolf Clan.
  • M iii Chief Outacite.

married 3rd: John Beaver Beamer

They had the following children:

  • M i Kittagusta Kitagista Skalilosken or Sealilosken Kitagista Skalilosken was born in 1700.
  • F ii Daughter.
  • M iii Chief Outacite Outossity Ostenaco Skiagusta Ustenaca Rusteenokogagan Mankiller Outossity Ostenaco Skiagusta Ustenaca Rusteenokogagan Mankiller.

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~angelasattic/ALL/pafg497.htm#14949


In any genealogy there are many sources that if listed would produce more data than the tree itself and many would likely be left out. I normally do not list sources. There are a few sources though that are so invaluable that they dare no be omitted. For example, all of my information as it applies to the Native Americans in my genealogy are the product of my Son, Jonathan R. Rex. In genealogy sources there is very little to no information about the people who first lived in this land. Finding this data is a challenge worthy of his efforts. I list these names only that they should be remembered and those from whom they descended should be able to know. For you though it might be only the start as there is far more to know and it is after all your heritage. In time without any doubt Jonathan will publish his work in detail and that will be a thing to see. Keep an eye out for him and his writing. You will not be disappointed.


From http://www.genealogy.com/forum/surnames/topics/bowles/2374/

John Beamer/Beamor & (Queen) Quatsis Carpenter, (Quatsis born in 1683 md: Beamer in 1699)

(Queen Quatsis was the mother of Oconostota and Mankiller of Settico and she was the Sister of the Raven of Settico.Quatsis & John Beamor were also the parents of Ootacite and Peggy.And Quatsis & husb. # 3, Tsula Fox “Smallpox Conjuror” were parents of:

  • Ostenaco Smallpox Conjuror
  • Oconostota Smallpox Conjuror
  • Kittegunsta/Kitegista Smallpox Conjuror
  • Kenoteta Smallpox Conjuror
  • Lame Arm Mankiller Smallpox Conjuror

From http://diplom.org/manus/tree/?person=MMMFMFFMMFMFM

Elder Sister Hop [Older sister of Old Hop (parents unknown)] was Adopted (with brother Old Hop) as daughter of Amatoya and Nancy.

She was Also known as Elder Sister of Standing Turkey, Wife of Young Rainmaker, Wild Potato Woman, Wife of Smallpox Conjurer, Wife of Tsula Fox, Blind Savannah Woman.

Second marriage to Tsula-Fox (Smallpox Conjurer), b. 1670 Died after 1741 (Tennessee)


Quatsey (Susan) Rainmaker

  • Born 1682
  • Also seen as Quatsis and Aganunitsi
  • Full-blooded Cherokee, Wolf Clan

Married

  1. Savannah Tom Carpenter
  2. Smallpox Conjurer (Jacob the Conjurer)
  3. John Bowles
view all

Aganusitsi Quatie "Quatsy", of the Wolf Clan's Timeline

1680
1680
Cherokee Nation East
1700
1700
Age 20
1703
1703
Age 23
1705
1705
Age 25
Tellico, Cherokee Nation East
1714
1714
Age 34
Cherokee Nation East (Alabama?)
1730
1730
Age 50
Cherokee Nation East (Tennessee)