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Sachem George Skipper, III

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Son of Sachem George Skipper "1700" and Mary Bailey / Lumbee
Husband of Katherine Cumbo, Cheroenhaka
Father of Cheroenhaka Jean (Cumbo) Skipper and Isom Skipper, Old Cheraw to Waccamaw
Brother of Barbabus B Skipper / Cheroenhaka & Lumbee; Moses Skipper and James Skipper

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SNP  17  49m Cluster for  Circle for claimants of this ancestor.  1726 Cheraw Indians

Their number in 1715, according to Rivers, was 510, but this estimate probably included the Keyauwee. Being still subject to attack by the Iroquois, they finally-between 1726 and 1739 became incorporated with the Catawba, with whom at an earlier date they had been at enmity 1726 and 1739 became incorporated with the Catawba, with whom at an earlier date they had been at enmity. Population. During the Spanish period the Cheraw appear to have been of considerable importance but no estimate of their numbers has come down to us. Mooney

George Skipper, one of the "Chief men of the Nottoway Indian Nation", relocated from Southampton County, VA to Anson County, NC on Pee Dee River in 1749. Several of his sons/grandsons migrated to Brunswick & Bladen counties, NC by 1790 intermarrying with local FPOC families. Today the Skipper family in SE North Carolina largely self-identifies as Caucasian. More early info here courtesy of Paul Heinegg: http://freeafricanamericans.com/Scott_Skipper.htm

CHEROENHAKA NATION WEBSITE STATES LEADERSHIP DATES: [http://www.cheroenhaka-nottoway.org/about-nottoway-tribe/CHEROENHAKANOTTOWAYINDIANSONTHEOLDRESERVATIONLANDTRACTS.htm] Profile picture - records of George Skipper, Sr 's page that accompanied his signature which is the profile picture for George, SR of the Cheroenhaka Nation. The lawyer for the Iroquoian Cheroenhaka "Nottoway" was that McClendon line that found its way to St. Tammany, Colonial Spain at the time of William Williams leading a large contingient via Dimery Settlement land flips and the failed petition of the Horry Co /Kingston Co court system to provide fair treatment. (Gun removal laws for NA who have helped in the Rev War - not cool.)

The Epic Journey of the SKIPPER/POUNDS/LOTT Marion Raiders of MS TERRITORY begins in what is now JARRETT, VR, the place where the “Onos-chi-oke” people had removed to at one point coming from the Cheroenhaka area and not because they really wanted to move. The Cheroenhaka were called Mangoak, or Mengwe, by the Algonquian Tribes and later in 1650, per the diary entries of Edward Bland, referred to again by the Algonquian Tribes as “Nadawa,” which soon reverted to Nottoway. In our native Iroquoian Tongue we call ourselves CHEROENHAKA – People at the Fork of the Stream.

Nottoway is an Algoquian word for what the Iroquoian Cheroenhakan called "Onos-chi-oke" which means Great River in Iroquois and so the Nottoway word came from No do way as called by the Algonkian who mixed in pan-NA resettlement areas on a few occasions, again, not really because they wanted to move.   Along with  the Chiefs of the Nottoway were the Sachem of the Iroquois and here are their two big diasporic events in their epic journey:  a)  The small p-ox -get-together-camp as per  Capt John Smith's 1656 Map -- all  together per Langsholz-Morretti PhD study for the Colonial National Park for the purpose of study in the Wicocomico State Park in concert with the NPS; and, b). Some Sachem of the Tuscorora and some Chief Men of the Nottoway (of the Cheroenhaka - what the Cheroenhaka call themselves) were together  when in Dimery Settlement, with the Old Cheraw Siouan Pounds and the Wicocomicoc lease loosers when Old Tapp died  and the life estate he had with the Smiths of Purton ended and the grant of Gov Joseph Johnston of SC kicked into for the Chief men of Nottoway who wanted to it, which was 1450 acres fo John Parker, the most of any and it was fee simple and able to be "flipped" or willed to heirs.  Good thing and they were all together in a pan - NA settlement in SC with land flip deeds on the Horry Co Historical Society website. Bad thing happened.  They court treated them disrespectfully their petition for a new court is a great thing for family historians. For the Siouan Old Cheraw pick ups along the Bledsoe, VR way, you have the Lawrence Plantation Monocans joining into the Dimery Settlement, by this time every ones getting alone and its famil y groups with guides and waves of migration over to Spain's New Orleans territory when the court petition in Dimery Settlement was not approved.  Try telling a bunch of Marion's Raiders that they can not own guns after they just helped win the Rev War and watch them all bail out to Spanish West Florida, which they did.  There were waves of guided migrations out of the Nottoway  to Dimery Settlement for those who want to go. to SC.  There were many together for the generational diasporic epic movements  with the New Sweeden Baptist Translators generational translator family of the  Dimery/Briggs/Thayer family and moving into SC with guide and  with "Choctaw Bill" who was a FPOC and also a land owner and by land owner, it was a patent to him of the whole and complete peninsula of the Nottoway.  Proof his status as taxable is forthcoming, there is so so so much to upload.  Buried in LA, William Williams was from a planter licensed family planters of the Nottoway and was so called  "Choctaw Bill" because he made good on Spanish Land Claims when moving en masse with the Old Cheraws/Siouan, the Iroqouian  Cheroenhaka Skippers,  and the Southern Tuscororan  Lotts and Richardson who were under Pugh and Marion respectively in the Rev War.  Their lawyer also came too, Dennis McClendon.  Their Spanish Land Claims will be added to the Source Section for their St. Tammany land and they flipped their land in Dimery, which was from original grants attached to the last of the Parker Chiefs of Wicocomico, William Tapp.   It will take many days to upload all of the needed sources.    ~~~ From the site:  ref=bookmarks[https://www.facebook.com/groups/1480581008621268/?ref=bookmarks]

From https://sites.google.com/site/skippergenealogyresources/george-skipper-chief-man'''

There are three clusters of land records that name George Skipper in this geopolitical space. First we have the unfinished record of the 1748; viz. 1668 deed. If 1668 George is accurately portrayed, then he must have had a son between 1668 and 1700 who is identified in the historical record as George Skipper, Sr., and this must be true because there is a George Skipper, Jr. identified with him. George Skipper, Sr. and Jr. are spread all over the historical record, but his page will focus on the Indian connection.

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