Hi, I saw this thread and the info on it is not quite right I think. Chief Cornstalk was not married to Elizabeth See as this states. The See he took as wife was Catherine Vanderpole Sharpe See. She was taken captive by Cornstalk at the Muddy Creek Massacre, where her husband, Frederick See ( my 4 great grandfather ) was killed. They took Catherine, all her children and some others in my family to Chillicothe, Ohio. MY 4 great grandmother, Catherine Vanderpole See is the one who had a child by Cornstalk, Her name in history is Mary Cornstalk See. Elizabeth See, Catherines daughter was married to Chief Cornstalks son and had children by him. Others of Catherines daughters had Shawnee children but it seems these children were left with the tribe after they were released by treaty to Capt. Henry Boquet at Ft. Pitt. There is a list of these captives compiled in that time by a man named William "Swego Bill" Ewing. This man is likewise my 4 great grandfather. Also taken captive were the Ewing family, including Swego Bill, his brother Indian John Ewing and the Ewings 1/2 brother and sister who were mulatto and fathered by James Ewing, my 6 great grandfather. I have several other direct ancestors on this list as well. Henry Petro, Daniel Hefner, Leonard Hyer etc. I hope this might help you. Ps Cornstalk also took this mulatto woman mentioned as wife. Sge is known to history as Julia Mulatoo. She is my 5 great aunt. She went back to the tribe after being released at ft pitt. She had several children with the Chief. PSS This thread also states that Cornstalk died in Kanawah Va, it is a well known fact that he was killed at the fort at Point Pleasant, then Va. and is buried there on the Ft. grounds.