13.NANNIE5 MARTIN (SUSANNA4EMORY, MARY3GRANT, LUDOVIC2, JOHN1GRAUNT) was born Abt. 1784 in Virginia, and died 1829 in Lynch Mt, GA.She married JETER LYNCH in Georgia.He was born Abt. 1776, and died Abt. 1816. More About NANNIE MARTIN: 1817-19 Reservations 1: August 09, 1819, #240, as Old Nanny (wid), TN Old Town on Tuckaseedge 1817-19 Reservations 2: Reservation released to North Carolina 1817-19 Reservations 3: October 11, 1823, sold reservation back for $3,000 as heirs of Peter Lynch Clan: Ani'-Gilâ'hi = Twisters, Braids, or Long Hair Clan (Mary Grant) Starr's Notes: H439 More About JETER LYNCH: Blood: Irish Children of NANNIE MARTIN and JETER LYNCH are:
14.RACHEL5 MARTIN (SUSANNA4EMORY, MARY3GRANT, LUDOVIC2, JOHN1GRAUNT) was born March 01, 1788 in CNE, and died September 23, 1843 in Lumpkin Co, GA.She married DANIEL DAVIS November 01, 1808.He was born February 08, 1785 in North Carolina, and died June 09, 1868 in Lumpkin Co, GA. More About RACHEL MARTIN: Clan: Ani'-Gilâ'hi = Twisters, Braids, or Long Hair Clan (Mary Grant) More About DANIEL DAVIS: 1817-19 Reservations 1: August 06, 1818, #134 as Abraham Davis [brother? of Daniel Davis] 1817-19 Reservations 2: October 09, 1823, sold reservation back for $4, 000 (as Daniel Davis) 1851 Siler roll: Lumpkin Co, GA, fam# 9, roll# 1883 as Daniel Davis 1852 Chapman roll: Lumpkin Co, GA, fam# 9, roll# 2024 as Daniel Davis Blood: Non-Cherokee Children of RACHEL MARTIN and DANIEL DAVIS are:
ELIAS EARL DAVIS, b. January 14, 1825, Lumpkin Co, GA; d. January 24, 1876, Canadian Dist, CNW.
JOSEPH CALVIN DAVIS, b. 1830; m. MALISSA STALLINGS; b. Abt. 1836.
More About JOSEPH CALVIN DAVIS: 1882-84 Hester roll: fam#715, roll# 2555 Clan: Ani'-Gilâ'hi = Twisters, Braids, or Long Hair Clan (Mary Grant)
AMANDA JANE DAVIS, b. 1834.
More About AMANDA JANE DAVIS: 1851 Siler roll: Lumpkin Co, GA, fam# 9, roll# 1887 1852 Chapman roll: Lumpkin Co, GA, fam# 9, roll# 2028 1882-84 Hester roll: fam#712, roll# 2547 Clan: Ani'-Gilâ'hi = Twisters, Braids, or Long Hair Clan (Mary Grant)
15.JENNIE5 DUE (ELIZABETH4EMORY, MARY3GRANT, LUDOVIC2, JOHN1GRAUNT) was born Abt. 1766.She married (1) JOHN HELLFIRE ROGERS, SR Abt. 1788.He was born Abt. 1755.She married (2) JOHN BOWLES, SR, CHIEF Abt. 1796, son of _____ BOWLES and CHEROKEE WOMAN.He was born Abt. 1746, and died July 16, 1839 in Van Zant County, Texas. Notes for JENNIE DUE: "The Texas Cherokee", Dianna Everett, Univ of OK Press, p146; "interesting to note... Talihina's mother (John Roger's wife) was named Jennie Due; coincidentally one of Duwali's three wives was named Jennie (the other two were Utsuta and Utiyu).It is possible that Duwali married Jennie Due after the death of John Rogers thereby becoming Talihina's "father". More About JENNIE DUE: Clan: Ani'-Gilâ'hi = Twisters, Braids, or Long Hair Clan (Mary Grant) Notes for JOHN HELLFIRE ROGERS, SR: John started the Roger surname which includes Chief William Charles Rogers, Diana Rogers Houston (Sam Houston's wife) and Will Rogers. John's first wife was Elizabeth Due nee Emory and his second wife was his step-daughter Jennie Due. The Texas Cherokee, p70; ...he [Samuel Houston] had married a Cherokee woman, Talihina (also known as Diana) Rogers, daughter of John Jolly's brother, John Rogers. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------- See notes on Questionable daughter, Polly Ann Rogers. More About JOHN HELLFIRE ROGERS, SR: Blood: English Occupation: Trader Notes for JOHN BOWLES, SR, CHIEF: Starr, A33, pg 472:John Bowles was the son of a Scotch trader and a full blood Cherokee woman.His father was killed and robbed by two North Carolinans while on his way home from Charlestown with goods for his establishment.This murder was in 1768 when the son was only twelve years of age, but within the next two years the fair complexioned, auburn haired boy had killed both his father's slayers. ********************** The Texas Cherokees, p10-11;"In January  Duwali, also known as Bowl and Bold Hunter, chief of the Town of Little Hiwassee (on the Hiwassee river, now western NC) and another headman named Saulowee (Tsu-lawi or Fox) jointly conducted a group of seventy five from their villages... Duwali's and Takatoka's people settled along the White and St Francis rivers in present day northeast Arkansas. The Texas Cherokees, p99;"Bob Smith, with a pistol in his hand, ran toward him from further down the line...I called 'Captain, don't shoot him' but he fired, striking Bowles in the head and killing him instantly." (John Hunter Reagan, eyewitness to Duwali's death, 7/16/1839) The Texas Cherokees, p127;"Born about 1756 of a Scotish father and full blood Cherokee mother... ********************** Myths of the Cherokee, p146;Christmas day 1839, in a fight on Cherokee Creek, San Saba Co, ...captured were the wife & family of The Bowl. ********************** When Diwali saw that his people were going to be overun, he rode to the rear of his small army of warriors and there he waited for the advancing Texans.The 83-year old chief rode with sword and hat given him by his friend Sam Houston. (The sword is now in the Masonic Lodge in Tahlequah Oklahoma.) The old Chief was shot and knocked off his horse, and he rolled over to a sitting position. While he sat on the ground singing his war song, a Captain Smith rode up, stepped off his horse, and shot the old warrior in the head with a pistol. The Texans would not allow his body to be removed. The bones of the old Chief remained exposed and on the ground until the late 1800's. ********************** On the "Houston" Treaty of Feb 23, 1836 Chief Bowles places his X mark with the name of Colonel Bowl his son, John, places his X mark with the name of John Bowl More About JOHN BOWLES, SR, CHIEF: Aka (Facts Pg): Duwa'li, John Bowles, The Bowl, Bold Hunter, Chief Bowles/Boles/ Bowl, Colonel Bowles Blood: 1/2 Cherokee, 1/2 Scotish Cause of Death: shot in the head by Cap Bob Smith Chief 1: Bet. 1810 - 1813, Principal Chief, CN-Arkansas Chief 2: Bet. 1827 - 1832, Principal Chief, CN-Texas Emigration 1: January 1810, from North Carolina to Arkansas Emigration 2: 1824, from Arkansas into Texas, across the Red river Signer 1: 1791, Treaty of Holston Signer 2: February 23, 1836, Houston Treaty (never ratified) Starr's Notes: B669 Children of JENNIE DUE and JOHN ROGERS are: