18.TURTLE-AT-HOME4 (A-TA-GU-LA-GU-LA3, NANCY2MOYTOY, A-MA-DO-YA1) was born Abt. 1758, and died Aft. 1814.He married A-YA-QUI.She was born Abt. 1760. Notes for TURTLE-AT-HOME: 1818-19Calhoun Treaty ceding land north of the Hiwassee River and North and West of the Tennessee signed by Secretary of War John Calhoun and Cherokee in Washington and ratified by the U.S. Senate. New Eastern Cherokee immigration to Western Cherokee. Numbers now 6,000. The Glass, John Walker, Path Killer, Going Snake and more signed. ± Treaty signer John Boggs may have lived at Little Cedar Mountain. His wife was Turtle At Home's daughter. More About TURTLE-AT-HOME: Aka (Facts Pg): Sa-li-gu-gi Wo-he-le-nv Blood: 3/4 Cherokee Clan: Ani'-Wa'ya = Wolf Clan (Peggy Scott?) Military service: 1814, Creek War; Cpt John Spears (see BLW# 93769) Occupation: March 15, 1792, Headman of Running Water town. Translation: Sa-li-gu-gi = Snapping Turtle Child of TURTLE-AT-HOME and A-YA-QUI is:
A-YA-QUI5 TURTLE-AT-HOME, b. Abt. 1780; m. JOHN DA-TSI-TSI BOGGS, JR; b. Abt. 1765; d. Aft. 1835.
More About A-YA-QUI TURTLE-AT-HOME: RG15, BLW Files: June 28, 1860, BLW # 93769 as Ahyague for service of Turtle at Home [father?]
More About JOHN DA-TSI-TSI BOGGS, JR: 1835 Census roll: Candy's Creek, McMinn Co, TN? 1835 Smith Resolution: Amohee, voted Nay; anti-treaty Blood: Cherokee Note: Bet. 1806 - 1807, "Cherokee Patron" of Gideon Blackburn's School
19.WA-TA-GE4 (A-TA-GU-LA-GU-LA3, NANCY2MOYTOY, A-MA-DO-YA1) was born Abt. 1760.She married JOHN GA-NO-DI-S-GI WATTS, II, CHIEF Abt. 1780, son of JOHN WATTS and SISTEROF DOUBLEHEAD.He was born Abt. 1746 in Willstown, AL, and died 1808 in Willstown, AL. More About WA-TA-GE: Blood: 3/4 Cherokee Clan: Ani'-Wa'ya = Wolf Clan (Peggy Scott?) Notes for JOHN GA-NO-DI-S-GI WATTS, II, CHIEF: John Watts, Jr Young Tassel Kunoskeskie More About JOHN GA-NO-DI-S-GI WATTS, II, CHIEF: Aka (Facts Pg): Young Tassel; Ga-no-di-s-gi [Ga-no-di-s-gi does not mean Young Tassel] Clan: Ani'-Wâ'di = Red Paint (Wurteh) Child of WA-TA-GE and JOHN WATTS is:
MINK5 WATTS, b. Abt. 1780; d. Bef. 1851.
20.OLLIE-MOLLIE4 (A-TA-GU-LA-GU-LA3, NANCY2MOYTOY, A-MA-DO-YA1) was born Abt. 1750, and died Abt. 1818.She married (1) ALEXANDER CAMERON Abt. 1770.He was born Abt. 1730, and died December 29, 1781 in Savannah, GA.She married (2) _____ LOVETT Abt. 1780.He was born Abt. 1750.She married (3) THOMAS HARRISON Abt. 1792.He was born Abt. 1749, and died Abt. 1819.She married (4) _____ DOUGHERTY Abt. 1802.He was born Abt. 1750. More About OLLIE-MOLLIE: Blood: 3/4 Cherokee Clan: Ani'-Wa'ya = Wolf Clan (Peggy Scott?) Moravian Journals: May 27, 1814, Mollie, the mother of Mrs Guerineau Residence: 1810, Chattahoochie River, GA Notes for ALEXANDER CAMERON: the Royal Georgia Gazette, (Savannah), January 3rd, 1782; "Saturday last died here, Capt. Alexander Cameron, one of his Majesty's Superintendents of Indian Affairs for the Southern District of North America; and next day his remains were interred with military honours." More About ALEXANDER CAMERON: Blood: Scot Note: Main British Agent during the Revolutionary War More About _____ LOVETT: Blood: Non-Cherokee Notes for THOMAS HARRISON: Moravian Diaries; July 15, 1810: Mr Harrison is the step-father of Mrs [Susannah] Guerineau [nee Cameron]. More About THOMAS HARRISON: 1817-19 Reservations: Res# 253; in Right of Children (widower) "About 2 miles below John Gunter's on Tennessee River" Blood: Non-Cherokee Child of OLLIE-MOLLIE and ALEXANDER CAMERON is:
JENNIE5 HARRISON, b. Abt. 1792; d. Abt. 1824; m. (1) CHIEF DOUBLEHEAD, Bef. 1807; b. Abt. 1744, Stearns, KY; d. August 09, 1807, Hiwasse River, TN; m. (2) SAMUEL GUNTER, Bef. 1824; b. 1796, Creek Path [Guntersville, AL]; d. July 08, 1838.
More About JENNIE HARRISON: Clan: Ani'-Wa'ya = Wolf Clan (Peggy Scott?)
Notes for CHIEF DOUBLEHEAD: from Don Chesnut's web page; www.users.mis.net/~chesnut/pages/cherokee.htm Tal-tsu’ska’ : "Two-heads," fro ta’li, two, and tsu’ska’, plural of uska’, (his) head. A Cherokee chief about the year 1800, known to the whites as Doublehead. Doublehead's Indian name has also been listed as Dsu-gwe-la-de-gi and as Chuqualatague.
More About CHIEF DOUBLEHEAD: Blood: Full Blood Cherokee Clan: Ani'-Wâ'di = Red Paint (Wurteh)
More About SAMUEL GUNTER: 1835 Census roll: Creek Path, AL 1835 Smith Resolution: Chatooga, voted Nay; anti-treaty Clan: Ani'-Wâ'di = Red Paint Clan (Gi-go-ne-li) [per Starr]
21.NANCY4 WARD (TAME3DOE, NANCY2MOYTOY, A-MA-DO-YA1) was born 1738 in Chota, City of Refuge, CNE, [NC], and died 1824 in CNE, [Polk Co, TN].She married (1) TSU-LA KINGFISHER Abt. 1752 in NC.He was born Abt. 1720, and died 1755 in Canton Co, GA.She married (2) BRYAN WARD Bef. 1757.He was born Abt. 1720 in Amtrim County, Ireland, and died August 15, 1815 in Franklin Co, GA. Notes for NANCY WARD: Nancy Ward Nanye'hi -Cherokee form of Nancy Tsistuna-gis-ke -birth name, "Wild Rose" Ghigau -title of "Beloved Woman" Chicouelha [?] Moravian Diary entry War Woman of Chota Granny Ward *********************************************** 1817 Reservations, 12/19/1818 res# 156; One mile below John McIntosh's on Mouse Creek where the old trace crosses said creek from Tellico Block House to Highwassee Garrison beginning at the ford and running down said creek for compliment, is by her for diverse causes and considerations bequeathed to her daughter [grandaughter] Jenny McIntosh [nee Walker ap Caty Kingfisher] and to her heirs forever. More About NANCY WARD: 1817-19 Reservations: December 19, 1818, #156 as Nancy Ward, Native, 1 in family (see individual notes) Blood: 1/4 Cherokee, 1/4 Algonquin, 1/2 Delaware? Clan: Ani'-Wa'ya = Wolf Clan (Quatsy) Starr's Notes: B668 More About TSU-LA KINGFISHER: Blood: Full Blood Cherokee Clan: Ani'-Kawi' = Deer Clan (Tsu-la Kingfisher) More About BRYAN WARD: Blood: Non-Cherokee Children of NANCY WARD and TSU-LA KINGFISHER are: