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Mount Tammany Transfer Community of Tamanend, Saint Tammany, Patron Saint of America

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  • Shephronia Running Deer “Julia Ann” Anderson (c.1780 - aft.1835)
    Chamnay married Pushmataha, Chief of the Choctaw Nation in 1780. Together they had the following children: Pistikiokonay Pushmataha; Shepahoomia Running Deer “Julia Ann” Anderson. Black Creek clan of t...
  • Tamanend, Chief of the Lenape (c.1628 - 1701)
    or Tammany or Tammamend, the "affable"[1], (c. 1628-1698) was a chief of one of the clans that made up the Lenni-Lenape nation in the Delaware Valley at the time Philadelphia was established. Tamanend ...
  • Lapahnihe Ketchum (deceased)
    1784, Anderson married again; her name was Ahkechlungunaqua. She also had at least two sons when they married; Lapahnihe and Tahleockwe and a daughter, Aukeelenqua. Some sources say she also had a thir...
  • Capt. Tahleockwe James Jack Ketchum (b. - c.1857)
    1784, Anderson married again; her name was Ahkechlungunaqua. She also had at least two sons when they married; Lapahnihe and Tahleockwe and a daughter, Aukeelenqua. Some sources say she also had a thir...
  • Unknown Delaware wife Anderson (deceased)
    Anderson was less than 20 years old when he first married. Her name is unknown. She had a least two sons when they married. The eldest was named Swannuck and the other PushiesRents Explained

Tammanies of the societal type kept the traditions alive. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tammanies on the one hand; but, this group was actually direct from Bennett's Creek group of the Forced Labor Movement of New Sweeden, now New Jersey. This group's descendants have kept camp to present times, with this group blending into the Lott-Fayard Indian School of Hancock by marriage within locally recognized natives ongoing down the line. The group married into the Mt Tabor group of Cheraw who blended with Creek and Cherokee in a few lines of Thompson and the Thompson Cemetery in base camp at Kiln, MS at McLeod State Park is the progenitor family of the Lott-Fayard Indian School whose remaining class attendance by their Johnson itinerant teacher is in the archives of Hancock Historical Society.

The atDna Community clusters of the descendants see a definite influx of Yakut, specifically, into their atDna results at the time frame of 1720. This is, in part, the AnaBaptist of America, first Baptists in America's story which includes the Holstein aka Houston family and others of that group, many going into the Holstein River area of TN. This group was connected to port captains, so more coastal.