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Apachamo Kekataugh (Catataugh) Powhatan MP (1557 - d.)

Dashing Stream Powhatan MP (1474 - 1525)

Dashing Stream, who was born May 6, 1474, on the banks of a tributary of the Lancer river, which headed in the Blue Ridge mountains. He died in 1540. Dashing Stream was the father of Scented Flower, wh...

Ka Okee "Mary" Arroya or Arroyah Wahanganoche (Powhatan), of the Powhatan MP (1622 - c.1704)

(1) Bill Deyo, Tribal Historian, states the following: Wahanganoche's father was the petty-chief, Japasaw, or more correctly, I-oppasus, who had become the King of Patawomeck by the 1620s. I do not k...

Morning Ripple Wininocock Mangopesamom Powhatan, Chief of the Powhatan MP (c.1470 - bef.1520)

a weroance ? links

Chief of Attanoughkomouck Tribe Murmuring Ripple Powhatan MP (c.1425 - 1495)

Chief of the Attanoughkomouck (?) tribe links see also:

Chief Wahunsonacock Powhatan, paramount chief of the Powhatan MP (1545 - 1618)

Powhatan. The ruling chief and practically the founder of the Powhatan confederacy (q. v.) in Virginia at the period of the first English settlement. His proper name was Wahunsonacock, but he was commo...

Powhatan (sister/wife of Dashing Stream Powhatan) MP (1474 - 1525)

Ann? Debedeavon (Powhatan) MP (c.1595 - 1623)

We don't really know what her name was - the reason for assigning "Ann" appears to be that Ensign Thomas Savage's known (English) wife was called both Hannah and Ann(e) (the names were effectively inte...

cheif japasaw iopassus powhatan MP (deceased)

Chief Murmurimg Ripple Powhatan MP (1474 - 1525)

Chief Running Stream Powhattan (Powhatan) MP (1520 - 1570)

Chief Wabunsonacock Powhatan MP (1570 - c.1618)

Chief Wahunsunacock Powhatan Hill MP (deceased)

cleopatra shawano cherokee (powhatan) MP (1580 - 1641)

Princess Cleopatra Scent Flower Moytoy (Powhatan) MP (1571 - 1627)

Cleopatra Powhatan MP (1602 - aft.1641)

Dashing Stream Powhatan MP (1474 - 1526)

Elizabeth Spurlock (Powhatan Indian) MP (1717 - 1739)

Family lore says she was at least part Powhattan Indian, but this has not been proven.

emperor wahunsonacick big chief powhatan MP (1545 - 1615)

Emperor Powhatan MP (1545 - 1622)

Heliku Powhatan MP (c.1715 - c.1750)

Keaokai Powhatan MP (c.1718 - c.1764)

Mary Via (Powhatan) MP (1703 - 1781)

Said to have been of the Powhatan people. No proof of marriage.

Matachanna Cleopatra Powhatan MP (1564 - 1650)

Matoaka Pocahontas Rolfe (Powhatan) MP (1551 - d.)

Chief Morning Flower Powhatan MP (1389 - d.)

An ggggg-uncle to the historic Pocohantas.

Morning Flower Powhatan MP (1500 - 1570)

NN Powhatan MP (1599 - 1641)

One Other Powhatan MP (deceased)

Oopechaganauha (Powatan Name) Sarah (slave name) McCain (Powhatan) MP (c.1741 - c.1799)

Chief Opechanacanough Powhatan MP (deceased)

Opechancanough Powhatan MP (1545 - 1646)

Emperor Opechancanough Powhatan MP (1545 - 1646)

Opechancanough Mangopeesomon Powhatan Powhatan MP (deceased)

Opitchapam Powhatan MP (deceased)

Patawomeck Hoyter (Powhatan) MP (deceased)

The Algonquian Powhatan Confederate took in many coming from the effects of Bacons' Rebellion aftermath. This would have been a Col who married a Chowanoke in the line of succession being a matriarch...

Rachel Croshaw (Powhatan) MP (c.1600 - c.1646)

Cousin of Pocahontas. Her birth date is uncertain. Some say circa 1595. Widely varying theoretical dates are given in internet postings by professional and amateur researchers. She accompanied Pocahont...

Running stream Arroyah Powhatan MP (1516 - 1570)

Running Stream Powhatan MP (1500 - 1570)

Running Stream "Don Luis" Winanuske, Weroance of the Powhatan Powhatan MP (deceased)

Scent Flower Powhatan MP (b. - 1600)

Scent Flower Powhatan (Flower) MP (1517 - d.)

Timanama Huron Powhatan (Huron) MP (bef.1565 - d.)

Unknown Powhatan MP (deceased)

Virginia Munsawghe (Metis Powhatan) MP (1570 - d.)

Princess Wahanee of Powhatan Tribe MP (1735 - d.)

wahunsenacewh powhatan MP (deceased)

Chief Wahunsonacock Powhatan MP (1545 - 1618)

Weroance Wingina "of Secotan" Powhatan MP (deceased)

Save Wingina (died 1 June 1586; Dasamonquepeuc [in present North Carolina]) — later called Pemisapan — was the first North American Indian leader to be confronted by English settlers in the New World. ...

winanuske powhatan (nonma) MP (1545 - 1617)

Wowincho Powhatan MP (1560 - d.)