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A-nu-wa-gi (Peggy) Moytoy, Wild Potato Clan MP (1710 - c.1742)

4. +Ah-Nee-Wa-Kee Moytoy, b. 1710, d. date unknown (see as 1742) Moytoy, Ahneewakee (Alternative name) Birth : ABT 1710 Cherokee Nation-East (Alternative birthdate) Gender: Female Parents: Fa...

Ailsey Dougherty (Moytoy), of the Wolf Clan MP (c.1672 - 1783)

Amatoya Moytoy, I, of Chota MP (c.1640 - c.1710)

Note: English name was Trader Carpenter. Amatoya Moytoy of Chota (pronounced mah-tie) was a Cherokee town chief of the early eighteenth century in the area of present-day Tennessee. He held a promine...

Amahetai ll MoyToy of Tellico MP (c.1687 - 1741)

Moytoy of Tellico (d. 1741 or 1760?) was a Cherokee leader from Great Tellico, recognized by British colonial authorities as the "Emperor of the Cherokee"; the Cherokee themselves used the title "First...

Amouskositte, Amo-sgiasite ("Dreadful Water") moytoy, Uku of Great Tellico MP (1728 - d.)

Amouskositte, or Amo-sgiasite ("Dreadful Water"), of Great Tellico was the son of Moytoy of Tellico and attempted to succeed him as "Emperor of the Cherokee", a title given his father by Alexander Cumi...

Attakullakulla / Onacona MP (c.1699 - c.1797)

Attakullakulla (ca. 1708–ca. 1777) or Atagulkalu (Cherokee, Ata-gul' kalu) — known to whites as Little Carpenter — was First Beloved Man of the Cherokee Indians from 1761 to around...

Bushyhead Ghi-Go-Ne-Li MP (1728 - 1757)

Ghi-go-ne-li of the Blue Holly Clan born abt 1722 Parents: Chief Oconostota and Oolootsa l of the Blue Holly Clan. Ghi-go-ne-li married Agiligina Kenoteta Rising Fawn - of the Wolf Clan. Children...

Clo-go-i-tah T Priber (Moytoy), of Tellico MP (1706 - 1790)

Information about the profile picture (provided by curator Erica Howton): In 1730, at Nikwasi, a Englishman, Sir Alexander Cumming convinced Cherokees to crown Moytoy of Tellico as "Emperor." Moytoy ag...

Elizabeth Raven-Hop Moytoy, Raven's Sister MP (1726 - 1819)

Go-la-nv Hop-Moytoy, Raven of Hiwassee MP (c.1712 - c.1761)

RAVEN OF HIWASSEE Child of Moytoy. Born: probably about 1710. He was also called King of the Valley and Raven of the Valley. He was the principal leader of the Valley Towns, and was one of the most inf...

Kanagatoga "Old Hop" Moytoy (Uku of Chota), First Beloved Man of the Cherokee MP (c.1690 - 1761)

Kanagatucko , known in English as Standing Turkey or Old Hop ,[1] was a Cherokee elder, serving briefly as the principle Chief of the Cherokee from 1758-1761, when he died. The European settlers knew h...

Kittogusta Moytoy (Fox) MP (1700 - 1794)

Nancy Nanye-hi Moytoy, Wolf Clan MP (1683 - c.1741)

Nancy Moytoy of the Wolf Clan (born ca. 1683) Daughter of Amatoy Moytoy 1683 - 1741 Nancy Moytoy of the Wolf Clan (born ca. 1683) was a member of the Cherokee/Shawnee Moytoy-Carpenter dynasty. She ...

Oconastota Moytoy (Uku of Chota), First Beloved Man of the Cherokee MP (c.1704 - c.1783)

NATIVE NAME: Aganstata ENGLISH NAME: James BEAVER Jr ALTERNATE NAMES: Oconostota, Oconastota Moytoy, Cunne Shote, Warrior of Chota, Stalking Turkey (a name which causes confusion with his uncle K...

Old Jennie Moytoy MP (deceased)

Oo-Yo-Sti Otiyu Polly / Quali Bowles (Moytoy?), Of The Wolf Clan MP (c.1750 - d.)

Oukah-Ulah Skiagusta Moytoy, Cherokee Emissary to England MP (1681 - 1755)

OUKAYUDA, Oukah Ulah or King to be (ruler to be). SKAYAGUSTA OUKAH He was from the Lower towns. Also called Chief of Tasseta, Oukah Ulah, and Skiagunsta. Went on trip to England in 1730. [1237] A...

Savannah Tom "Moytoy III" Carpenter MP (c.1680 - 1711)

: HISTORIC SHAWNEE NAMES OF THE 1700s Savannah Tom aka Tom Carpenter-Cornplanter - 1/2 Shawnee Metis born about1680-died after 1755 - from Running Water (Shawnee) village, associated with Old Hop...

Tistoe l MP (1678 - 1770)

Willenawah / Tifftoya Moytoy, "The Great Eagle of Tanasi" MP (1702 - c.1788)

According to The Cherokee Struggle to Maintain Identity in the 17th and 18th Centuries by William R. Reynolds, Jr., Willenawah (Tifftoya, the Great Eagle of Tanasi) was a brother of Attakullakulla, bot...

Moytoy Chief (son) (1645 - d.)

"Young Hop" Moytoy (deceased)

? of Deer Clan Moytoy (1686 - 1730)

A-nu-wa-gi (Peggy) Moytoy, Wild Potato Clan (c.1710 - d.)

Aganunitsi "Wild Potato Hop" Moytoy (Turkey) (1684 - 1747)

Aganunitsi Quatsy 'Wolf Clan' Moytoy (Tellico) (c.1650 - c.1692)

Ah Nee Wa Kee Moytoy (Cherokee) (deceased)

Aisley Moytoy (The Paint Clan) (deceased)

aisley of the paint clan moytoy (1725 - 1795)

Ama-edohi Moytoy, lll (1687 - 1741)

Amadohiyi Moytoy (1687 - 1741)

Chief Amadohiyi Moytoy (Cherokee), the first (deceased)

Chief Amadohiyi Pigeon of Tellico Moytoy (Cherokee) (c.1687 - 1741)

amahatai moytoy (deceased)

Amahetal II Moytoy, of Tellico (deceased)

amatoya moytoy 1 (deceased)

amatoya ci moytoy (1640 - 1700)

Amatoya Moytoy (c.1640 - c.1730)

Thomas Passmere "Corn Planter" Carpenter MP (1607 - 1675)

Thomas Pasmere Carpenter called Cornplanter was born in 1607 in Plymouth, Devonshire, England and died in 1675 in Running Water Village, Tennessee. He was buried in The Great Mound, Nikwasi, Franklin, ...

Amatoya Moytoy Amatoya Moytoy (abt. 1636) Privacy Level: Open (White) Chief of Chota Moytoy's Profile Images Family Tree & Genealogy Tools Chief Amatoya (Chief of Chota) Moytoy (1636 - d.)

Amatoya Taminad Firekiller Moytoy (1639 - 1731)

Amo-adawehi Moytoy, III (1687 - 1741)

Ani-Ga'Tge'Wi Moytoy (1668 - 1730)

Anuwagi Moytoy (Oconostota) (deceased)

Attakullakulla Moytoy (1708 - d.)

Catharine Rising Fawn Self (Moytoy) (c.1730 - d.)

Chief Moytoy (1640 - 1741)

Chief Moytoy (c.1640 - c.1741)

Chief Moytoy (c.1633 - c.1692)

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Chief Ama-edohi Moytoy (1687 - 1741)

Chief Amatoya Moytoy (deceased)

Chief AMATOYA MOYTOY of Chota Moytoy I (c.1635 - d.)

Chief Amatoya of Chota Moytoy (1640 - 1750)

Chief Moytoy "The Pegion" Moytoy 2 (1686 - 1742)

Chief Oconostota Cunne Moytoy (1704 - 1783)

Chief Oconostota Skiagusta Moytoy (1702 - 1783)

Do Moytoy (deceased)

Do Yo Sti Feathers (Moytoy) (deceased)

Do Yo Sti Moytoy (c.1710 - c.1783)

eliza durham (moytoy) (deceased)

Elizabeth Williams (Moytoy) (c.1722 - 1783)

Indian Woman, Cherokee Nation

Emperor Chief Moytoy (deceased)

George Moytoy, formerly Lowery (1740 - d.)

Ghi-Ga-U-Tsistuna-Gis-Ke "Nancy" Wildrose Moytoy (deceased)

Gi Yo Sti Ko Yo He (Wurteh) "Sister of Doublehead, Sister Tassel" Watts (Moytoy) (1736 - 1780)

Kah-Yahn-Tee-Hee Moytoy (1720 - d.)

Kanagatoga Moytoy (deceased)

Kanagatucko 'Old Hop' Moytoy (c.1690 - 1761)

kollannah moytoy (1724 - d.)

Locha Carpenter Moytoy (Shawnee Tribe) (deceased)

moytoy II Moytoy (1687 - 1741)

Nancy Moytoy (deceased)

nancy broom moytoy (deceased)

Nancy Self (Moytoy) (c.1754 - c.1800)

Nannie Moytoy, formerly Watts (1848 - d.)

Narcises / Rebecca Brewer (Moytoy) (1740 - 1834)

Nionnee Ollie Ani Waya Moytoy (1720 - 1800)

Oconastota Moytoy (deceased)

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Oconastota Moytoy, Chief (1704 - 1783)

Oconostota Cunne Moytoy (c.1702 - 1783)

Oconostota Stalking Turkey Moytoy (1704 - 1783)

Oconotoya C Moytoy (c.1710 - c.1782)

Okoukahula Okean-Ulay Moytoy the Elder (deceased)

Ollu Moytoy (Oconostota) (1720 - d.)

Oo Loo Staii Moytoy Moytoy (Oconostota) (1720 - 1762)

ookaii okuha moytoy (1722 - 1742)

Ooloosta Paint Clan Cherokee Indian Moytoy (1710 - d.)

or do yo sti or polly moytoy moytoy (deceased)

Oshaqua Moytoy (Muskrat) (1686 - 1754)

His parents were killed in 1698 by Creek Indians. He was adopted by "Trader" Tom Carpenter, the 2nd Moytoy, & his wife Nancy. He was taught to read, speak and cipher English by his stepfather. He mar...

Ouconoa Muskrat Cornstalk (Moytoy) (deceased)

Ounacono Moytoy (1718 - 1758)

Oanaconoa Moytoy (c.1716 - c.1755)

Owahah Moytoy (c.1750 - c.1835)

Peggy Moytoy (deceased)

peggy nuwagi ahnewakee moytoy (deceased)