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10/15/2010 2/4/2019

George Strother Gaines (1784 - 1873)

Strother Gaines (1 May 1784 – 21 January 1873) was a leader in the Mississippi Territory and in both states formed from it, Mississippi and Alabama. He was a longtime trader among the Choctaws, and was...

8/14/2007 8/20/2018

Henri de Montault De Monberaud (1718 - aft.1786)

"Montalt", "Montaut", "Montberault", "Monberaut", "Monberaud", "Henry", "Saint Civier"

Commandant of Fort Toulouse Note: Later changed his name - first to Chevalier de Monberaut while he was in West Florida. Then to Comte de Monberaut when he went back to Louisiana (he was the son of the...

12/31/2009 8/12/2018

Major Louis LeFleur MP (1762 - 1833)

"Lefleau", "LeFlore", "LeFlau", "LeFleur", "Flore", "Fleur", "Fleau", "Flau"

Operating out of Natchez, Louis began trading with the Choctaw Nation around 1780. About 1790, he married Nancy and Rebecca Cravat, the wards of Chief Pushmataha of the Choctaw Nation, a group that all...

4/27/2008 8/11/2018

Joseph Stiggins (deceased)

Southern Anthology (Dickinson): Joseph Stiggins Baldwin County Mississippi Territory August 1, 1811To Honorable Legislator of Mississippi Teritory, Governor and Council:The Humble petition of Joseph St...

7/3/2009 8/11/2018

Col. John Stuart, British Indian Agent MP (1718 - 1779)

"called Oo-na-du-to "Bushyhead"", "Bushyhead"

Stuart (25 September 1718 to 21 March 1779) was a Scottish-born official of the British Empire in North America. He was the superintendent for the southern district of the British Indian Department fro...

2/9/2009 8/11/2018

Thomas V Malone (1772 - 1850)

Thomas Malone, Sr., in 1801 U.S. Land Office Agent, U.S. Magistrate, Asst. U.S. Indian Agent, Freemason, Ft. St. Stephens, Alabama, who with Capt. Edm. P. Gaines, arrested Aaron Burr and escorted Burr ...

8/10/2018 8/10/2018

Gilbert Christian Russell (May 18, 1782 - May 25, 1861) was an American military officer who served during the Creek War. Born in Virginia, Russell moved to Alabama as a young man. During the Creek War...

7/15/2018 8/10/2018

Thomas Forbes (1767 - 1808)

Reference: Ancestry Genealogy - SmartCopy : Aug 7 2018, 22:17:09 UTC * Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy : Aug 7 2018, 22:21:55 UTC

8/7/2018 8/10/2018

John Forbes (1767 - 1823)

Genealogical records suggest that John Forbes, though never married, had children with a widow in Mobile, Alabama, named Marie Isabelle Narbonne (1770–1822). The couple had two children named Sophia Fo...

8/7/2018 8/10/2018

Col. Benjamin Hawkins MP (1754 - 1816)

"Sen Benjamin Hawkins", "Benjamin Hawkins"

Aide-de-camp to Gen. Geo. Washington DAR A053400, Patriotic service. NC There is no record of him as Aide de Camp to General George Washington In 1796 he was appointed by George Washington as an Indian...

9/12/2007 8/9/2018

Samuel Moniac, Chief Takkes-Hadjo (1771 - 1837)

"Sam", "Maniac", "McNac"

Moniac, Sam (Sam McNac), frontiersman (c. 1758-1837). Sam Moniac, whose name frequently appeared in variations, was a son Of William Maniac, a Hollander Who had reached the Creek nation in Alabama in 1...

7/2/2009 8/9/2018

Samuel Brashears MP (c.1760 - d.)

6/23/2008 8/9/2018

William Augustus Bowles (aka., "Estajoca" and "Billy Bowlegs") MP (1763 - 1805)

"Estajoca", "Billy Bowlegs"

Augustus Bowles (1763–1805), also known as Estajoca, was a Maryland-born English adventurer and organizer of Muscogee Creek attempts to create a state outside of Euro-American control.General William A...

8/1/2008 8/9/2018

John William Weatherford (1754 - c.1805)

1/29/2011 8/9/2018

Jean-Antoine Milfort MP (c.1740 - 1814)

"Le Clerc", "Milford", "Louis"

According to Le Clerc in his own story, after having killed a servant of the king's household in a duel, he took refuge in the United States, and went to the country of the Creek Indians, whose friends...

2/16/2009 8/9/2018

James McIntosh (deceased)

"Macintosh"

8/8/2018 8/8/2018

Alexander McIntosh (b. - c.1782)

From "Alexander McIntosh was the son of John McIntosh of Holm and Janet Baillie. His grandfather was Angus McIntosh of Holm. His father was first married to Anne McGillivray which produced his half bro...

8/8/2018 8/8/2018

Capt. John Mohr McIntosh MP (1700 - 1761)

CAPTAIN JOHN MHOR MCINTOSH======Emigrant Leader and Soldier under General Oglethorpe=== John Mhor McIntosh, here treated, is the son of Lachlan McIntosh of Knocknagael and his wife Mary Lockhart. He wa...

11/2/2007 8/8/2018

Capt. William McIntosh MP (c.1745 - c.1794)

Not the same as Lt. Col. William "the elder" McIntosh . William H. McIntosh was the son of John McIntosh (b. 1715 in Scotland, d. 1787) of McIntosh Bluff on the Tombigbee River above Mobile, AL, and Ma...

11/2/2007 8/8/2018

John Innerarity (bef.1749 - 1803)

Notes for JOHN INNERARITY: Migrated to USA with Panton Trading CoMore About JOHN INNERARITY: Baptism: August 07, 1749, Brechin, Angus, Scotland7 Occupation: Bet. 1780 - 1783, tannerMore About JOHN INNE...

8/7/2018 8/7/2018

William Panton (c.1740 - 1801)

Panton, Leslie & Company was a company of Scottish merchants active in trading in the Bahamas and with the Native Americans of what is now the Southeastern United States during the late 18th and early ...

8/7/2018 8/7/2018

Not the same as Charles Weatherford Disputed Origins Martin Weatherford is not the ancestor of the Muskogee Indian William Weatherford. Martin’s son Charles was banished in 1782 with his father...

2/16/2009 8/7/2018

Col. Adam “David” Taitt MP (1740 - 1834)

"John", "Tait", "Taitt", "Adam", "Tate"

From Encyclopedia of Alabama: David Taitt : Taitt became more immersed in Creek society with his arranged marriage to Sehoy III, a cousin of influential Creek leader Alexander McGillivray, likely in t...

2/16/2009 8/7/2018

William Dixon Moniac (1752 - 1846)

""Jacob"", "Maniac"

I will now give you some of the reasons which obtained with Weatherford to cause him to join the hostiles against the Americans. Himself and Sam Moniac (his brother-in-law, who was married to Weat...

2/16/2009 8/7/2018

Lachlan McGillivray, Indian Trader MP (c.1718 - 1799)

"Laughlin", "Lia", "MacGillivray", "McGillivary", "MacGillivary"

For a comprehensive discussion of Lachlan Liath McGillivray and his family see The McGillivray and McIntosh Traders, On the Old Southwest Frontier 1716-1815 by Amos J. Wright and attached image. From...

10/18/2007 8/7/2018

George Galphin (c.1709 - 1780)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for South Carolina. DAR Ancestor # A043385 George Galphin (1708–1780) was an American businessman specializing in Indian Trade, an Indian Commissioner, and plantati...

10/16/2017 8/7/2018