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Trader George Lowrey, I MP (1745 - 1790)

"The Immigrant", "George Lowrey"

George Lowrey was born in Scotland about 1740 and married Nannie Watts, daughter of Ghi-go-ne-li. He was a trader, miller and man of many far-ranging activities who made his home in Battle Creek valley...

3/17/2007 4/13/2018

John "Old Trader" Benge MP (c.1735 - c.1808)

"Old Trader John", ""Old Trader" John Benge"

Enrollee #41 on Old Selttler's Roll of 1817 for Cherokee Nations East (Qualla Boundary). Source of Roll is at BENGE, John Born: about 1735 in Virginia. Other records suggest he may have been born as ea...

3/17/2007 9/24/2016

7/16/2008 9/15/2016

Levi Kemp MP (1768 - 1837)

Chickasaw, was the son of trader William Kemp. He was first mentioned in October, 1800, when missionary Joseph Bullen discovered Indian doctors attempting to suck a ‘witchball’ from his head (1). Kemp ...

7/31/2008 7/13/2016

Col. Gideon Morgan MP (1751 - 1830)

Col. Gideon Morgan (1751-1830), surveyor, architect, civil engineer, merchant, Indian trader, and tavern keeper. During the Revolution they lived at Washington Township, Connecticut. Gideon served as...

3/8/2008 5/22/2016

John Barron MP (deceased)

He and his brothers Joseph and Hugh carried on a successful fur trade with the Indians. The brothers were very wealthy and prominent locally in Wythe County, Virginia.

5/21/2016 5/21/2016

Hugh Barron MP (1760 - 1809)

He and his brothers Joseph and Hugh carried on a successful fur trade with the Indians. The brothers were very wealthy and prominent locally. He and his brother Joseph applied on 8 May 1798 in Wythe Co...

8/21/2014 5/21/2016

Lt-Col John Stuart, of the Gds. MP (1718 - 1779)

"“Beloved Father of the Cherokee“", "“Bushyhead”"

John 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 Departm...

2/9/2009 5/23/2013

Cornelius Dougherty MP (1700 - 1779)

Cornelius DOUGHERTY Blood: Non Cherokee BIRTH: ABT 1700 DEATH: ABT 1779, Cherokee Nation (East) Seneca, Old Town EVENT: "The Indian Countryman" of Hiawassee Family 1 : Marriage to Ah-Nee-...

11/6/2008 5/23/2013

John Emory, Indian Trader MP (c.1698 - 1746)

John Amory (d.1746) was an Indian trader associated with William Elder(s), Thomas Nightingale, and John Watts. John Amory was the uncle of Robert Emory (d.1790) and the father of William Emory (d.1...

10/3/2009 5/23/2013

Ellis Harlan MP (1731 - 1815)

The children of Ellis Harlan & Ka Ti Kingfisher were Nancy married Caleb Starr, George, Ezekiel, Ruth married Joseph Phillips, Sarah married Jacob West, Elizabeth married Peter Hilde

2/4/2007 5/23/2013

Capt. Richard Fields MP (1745 - 1849)

Richard Fields : adventurer in the Indian trade Who is Richard Fields? He was born c.1744 and came to South Carolina (from England or Virginia) with his father Richard Fields by 1754. Richard F...

2/9/2009 5/23/2013

Thomas "Trader" Payne, Sr. MP (1721 - 1811)

This is a direct quote from "The History of Fanklin County, Georgia". No source is offered. Page 34: Payne's Creek - in Old King's Bench of original Franklin County was one of the first streams to be...

2/27/2009 9/11/2012

Nathaniel Hicks, Sr. MP (1743 - 1829)

"Nathan Nathaniel Hicks"

"Note: I have been in touch with a few more Nathan HICKS researchers and also a few in Cherokee Genealogy and History research and they agree that Nancy Broom was married to Nathan's son - Charles. Na'...

11/6/2008 9/2/2012

Test of the Historical Marker in Nashville: "Jacques-Timothe’ De Montbrun, born on Mar. 23, 1747, in Boucherville, Quebec, was the first white man to live in the Nashville area. Beginning in 1769, he s...

5/23/2007 8/29/2012

William B Sherrill, "The Indian Trader" MP (1666 - 1747)

"The Indian Trader"

He was known as the "Indian Trader" and the "Conestoga Trader". William Sherrill Sr. and his sons are said to have opened up the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia in the 1740's. They went to the Catawba Ri...

3/9/2007 8/28/2012

Trader John Watts, Interpreter MP (c.1720 - bef.1771)

"“Old Forked Tongue”", "Little Tassel"

Seen as son of Francis Watts without supporting evidence Descendants of Trader/Interpreter John Watts Compiled on March 28, 2002 by: Ginny Mangum Contact at vscissorlady@aol.com Research is still...

3/17/2007 8/25/2012

James Adair, Indian trader MP (c.1709 - 1783)

"Dr. James Robert Adair"

James Adair was born ca 1709 in County Antrim, Ireland and died around 1783. Will 21 Oct. 1766, proved 4 Nov. 1783 link to will Family Parents: unknown. Said to have been a member of the Fitzgerald...

4/10/2007 8/25/2012

From the Cherokee genealogical database of James R. Hicks: JOHN CHEROKEE VANN III (JOHN TRADER2, JOHN1) (Source: C002, SPMS.) was born Abt. 1746 in Eastern Tennessee, and died Abt. 1805. He married...

8/28/2008 8/11/2012

Capt. John Musgrove, Sr. MP (deceased)

"John Musgrow"

From Captain John Musgrove Sr. was a South Carolina trader and planter. He was employed by the Carolina Assembly to arrange peace between the Creeks and the English. Musgrove s party was welcomed i...

5/20/2011 8/11/2012

John Musgrove, Jr., Indian Trader MP (1695 - 1735)

"Johnny Musgrove"

John Musgrove Jr. was born in South Carolina around 1695 and died at "Cowpen Plantation," north of Savannah, Georgia on 12 June 1735, of a fever (probably malaria). " ... a well-educated member of the ...

3/3/2011 8/11/2012

Coosaponakesee (Mary Musgrove) MP (c.1700 - c.1767)

"Mary Bosomworth", "Cousaponokeesa", "Consaponaheeso", "Mary Matthews"

Mary Musgrove Bosomworth (ca. 1700- ca. 1767), sometimes called the Empress of the Creek Nation , [fn1] played a vital role in the founding of Georgia in colonial America. The daughter of a Creek India...

3/2/2011 8/11/2012

Joseph Barron, Indian Trader MP (c.1758 - bef.1816)

Joseph Barron (c1758-1816), an Indian trader in Virginia and Tennessee. Do not confuse him with Joseph Barron (1773-1843), Indian Interpreter. He and his brothers John and Hugh carried on a success...

10/16/2010 8/11/2012