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About Lucy Wa Ya Ward, ll

Ooloosta - 2 - of the Blue Holly Clan.

Parents: Chief Oconostota and Oolasta l

Marriage: Chief Dawili Bowl John Bowles - (That Holds The Strong Black Drink) (b. abt 1756, N.C.). (His second wife)

They had the following children:

i Lightning Bug Bowles - of the Blue Holly Clan


Lucy was a Catawba/Cherokee woman. She lived in a place called Chunannee Creekin the Smokey Mountains of North Georgia near the town of Helen.She did not want to go West in 1817 and her name is on the ResevationRoll. She lived on 640 acre reservation "#91" that was granted to her bythe Turkey Town Treaty of 1817. In 1826, after gold was discovered alongDukes Creek on her property, her home was taken from her by the laws ofthe land at that time. Indians were considered savages if not of theCaucasian race, thus on census reports, many hid the very fact that theywere Indian. Some say this is where we get the saying "Black Dutch".Many claiming to be "Black Dutch" were really full blood or of mixedIndian heritage.

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  • Morning Full Blooded Cherokee Princess Moytoy (daughter of O'Conostota MoyToy and Woman Of Paint Clan)864 was born in ?864, and died date unknown in ?864. She married Thomas Sr. Ramsey.
  • Children of Morning Full Blooded Cherokee Princess Moytoy and Thomas Sr. Ramsey are:
  1. +Marion Thomas Jr. Ramsey, b. 05 Sep 1813, South Carolina869, 870, d. 1899, Bienville Parish, Louisiana871, 872.
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Lucy Wa Ya Ward, ll's Timeline

Cherokee, Alabama, USA
September 5, 1813
Age 64
South Carolina, USA
Age 99
Cherokee, Alabama, USA