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Also Known As: "Wolf Woman"
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Mother of Old Tassel; Chuqualatague Incalatanga Taltsuska "Doublehead"; E-yah-chu-tlee (Pumpkin Boy); Brother of Pumpkin Boy and sister of Old Tassel and Doublehead

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About N.N.

Seen as Wur-teh Woman of Ani'-wa'di, {Probably fictional}

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Mother of sister of Old Tassel and Doublehead was the mother of John Watts; quite likely his father was Trader John Watts who served as interpreter at the Cherokee treaty with the British at Augusta Georgia. They were also the parents of Wur-Teh Watts, who was the mother of Sequoyah

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Old Frontiers, John P Brown, pg 353;

John Watts ...a white trader who served Captain Demere as interpreter during the building of Ft Loudoun. His wife was the sister of chief's Old Tassel, Doublehead, and Pumpkin Boy.


"Two of Wurteh's (Sequoyah's mom) kinsmen are mentioned by Payne as being uncles of John Watts (Jr) they were; Kaiyah-tahee who was killed under a flag of truce and may be recognized as Chief Old Tassel; and Tal-tsuska the famous Doublehead."
John Watts ...a white trader who served Captain Demere as interpreter during the building of Ft Loudoun. His wife was the sister of chief's Old Tassel, Doublehead, and Pumpkin Boy.


"Two of Wurteh's (Sequoyah's mom) kinsmen are mentioned by Payne as being uncles of John Watts (Jr) they were; Kaiyah-tahee who was killed under a flag of truce and may be recognized as Chief Old Tassel; and Tal-tsuska the famous Doublehead."

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N.N.'s Timeline

1738
1738
Toqua of the Overhills
1744
1744
Cherokee Nation East, Stearns, McCreary, KY, United States
1746
1746
Cherokee, AL, United States
1748
1748
United States
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Cherokee Nation East
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