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Elinipsico Cornstalk

Also Known As: "Nipseko Cornstalk"
Birthdate: (25)
Birthplace: Shawnee, OH, USA
Death: November 10, 1777 (21-29)
Fort Randolph, Point Pleasant, Mason, West Virginia, United States
Place of Burial: Point Pleasant, Kanawha, WV, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of Hokolesqua, Sachem Cornstalk and Helizikinopo
Husband of Standing Deer Bailey; Mary Catherine Cornstalk and (Chalakatha Woman) Cornstalk
Father of Outhowwa Shokka; Sarah Mountain Raven Cornstalk (adopted By Thomas Mastin); Margaret "Peggy" See; (unknown if any) Cornstalk; (possible multiple sons) Cornstalk and 2 others
Brother of Walker Pomethea "Robert" Cornstalk; Chenusaw T. J., Cornstalk; Aracoma "Sky" Baker; Elizabeth, Cornstalk; "Young Peter," Sachem Cornstalk and 4 others
Half brother of Nee Wa "Goose", Cornstalk; John Wolf Cornstalk; Daughter, Of Cornstalk; Susannah, Cornstalk; Abraham A. Cornstalk and 15 others

Occupation: Chief
Managed by: Jay Isaac Soriano
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About Elinipsico Cornstalk

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 the frontier war for survival with both sides killing each other as fast as they were able. http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=Indian+Chief+Cornstalk+&view=detail&id=4684A8A1F99E14F6F6353278EB43503939949C51&first=0

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This is a hypothetical research profile based on good research but not referenced according to Western standards. It may well be solid fact. Do not merge or link with Thomas Bailey Christian (elsewhere): http://www.geni.com/family-tree/index/6000000007300515662

• another note: not many Euro/Native American couples in this tree were married in Euro-cultural tradition. Some unions between couples were not necessarily by consent of both partners.

• this entire tree is based on the books Shawnee Heritage I & II Greene and Schutz sourced in the Shawnee oral tradition

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Elinipsico Cornstalk's Timeline

1752
1752
Shawnee, OH, USA
1760
1760
Age 8
Ohio
1764
1764
Age 12
1775
1775
Age 23
1777
October 7, 1777
Age 25
Point Pleasant, Kanawha, WV, USA
November 10, 1777
Age 25
Point Pleasant, Mason, West Virginia, United States
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