603.WU-TI7 DOUGHERTY (JOHNO-GU-MA6, NELLIE5PARRIS, PRACHEY4_____, A-NU-WE-GI3MOYTOY, MOYTOY2, A-MA-DO-YA1) was born 1845 in North Carolina, and died Aft. 1906.She married (1) MOSE DOUBLEHEAD Bef. 1857, son of ADAM DOUBLEHEAD and CHARLOTTE TSU-NU-LV-HV-S-GI.He was born Abt. 1836 in North Carolina, and died November 1857.She married (2) JACK HAWK Bef. 1878, son of HAWK CHULIO.He was born Abt. 1854. More About WU-TI DOUGHERTY: 1851 Drennan roll: Flint, 379 as Wutty More About MOSE DOUBLEHEAD: 1851 Drennan roll: Flint, 329 as Mose Children of WU-TI DOUGHERTY and JACK HAWK are:
604.CATHERINE MARIA7 MCCOY (LYDIAQUA-LA-YU-GA6HALFBREED, QUA-LA-YU-GAGU-U-LI-SI5CRITTENDEN, JENNIE4DOUGHERTY, A-NU-WE-GI3MOYTOY, MOYTOY2, A-MA-DO-YA1) was born Abt. 1793 in Chickamauga Dist, CNE [GA], and died Abt. 1839.She married (1) ANDREW MILLER, SR Abt. 1807, son of DAVID MILLER and MARTHA WYLY.He was born Abt. 1780 in Mecklenburg Co, NC, and died August 1818 in Blount Co, TN.She married (2) THOMAS GANN October 21, 1819 in Mount Joy, near Spring Place Mission.He was born Abt. 1785 in CNE, and died Abt. 1833.She met (3) _____ FERGUSON Abt. 1830.He was born Abt. 1790.She married (4) THOMAS FIELDS Abt. 1837, son of RICHARD FIELDS and NANCY AUGUSTA.He was born Abt. 1780 in CNE [TN], and died 1839. Notes for CATHERINE MARIA MCCOY: Halfbreed 1-1-1 Catherine Hicks [1855 Testimony of Benjamin F Paden to Chapman, Special File 102] ...states that Catherine, his mother-in-law, is the daughter of Daniel McCoy and Lydia Halfbreed. [letter of John Thompson Adair, 9/10/18xx] Catherine was a half sister to George Hicks. [The Gann Gazette, Fall 1991, pg 7] In 1816, Congress passed legislation providing that Cherokees could acquire 640 acres of land if they took an oath of allegiance to the United States.Andrew Miller, as a white man, applied through the right of his wife, Catherine, and they acquired land on the boarder of Monroe and McMinn counties in Tennessee.In 1818, Andrew Miller was murdered on this land, and apparently Catherine returned to Georgia where her family was living. More About CATHERINE MARIA MCCOY: 1835 Census roll: Oothcaloga Creek, GA as Catherine Gann Baptism: August 13, 1820 Blood: 1/2 Cherokee [1/4] Clan: Ani'-Ga'tâge'wi = Kituah or Wild Potato (Gu-u-li-si) Notes for ANDREW MILLER, SR: [Special File 102] In August of 1818 Andrew Miller Sr attempted to break up a fight between a Cherokee named the Eel and a white man [possibly a mixed blood] named William Maney and Andrew was killed by Maney.This story was recounted by Andrew's nephew, David Taylor, to John Chapman in 1855.This was part of the testimony collected by Chapman concerning the disputed Cherokee lineage of the Maney family. More About ANDREW MILLER, SR: 1817-19 Reservations: May 24, 1818, #101, Toqua, in Right of Wife, 8 in family Blood: Non-Cherokee Notes for THOMAS GANN: [The Gann Gazette, Fall 1991, pg 8] Thomas served in Captain Sam Bowman's Company of Mounted Infantry, East Tennessee Volunteers.The records show that he served from September 23 to December 22, 1813.He was paid for 3 months service at $8 a month which came to a total of $24.He also received an allowance of 40 cents a day for his horse which came to $36.40.It would seem that a horse was worth more than a man in those days! [The Gann Gazette, Fall 1991, pg 9] In March of 1831, Thomas Gann was arrested at New Echota as a white man living in the Cherokee Nation without a permit--in other words he had not signed an oath of allegiance to the state. More About THOMAS GANN: Blood: Non-Cherokee Census: 1830, Gwinnett Co, GA, pg 376 Notes for THOMAS FIELDS: Candy's Creek, C.N., TN, Oct 14, 1826 [ABCFM] More About THOMAS FIELDS: Blood: 1/2 Cherokee Clan: Ani'-Gilâ'hi = Twisters, Braids, or Long Hair Clan (Mary Grant) Emigration: 1835, from Arkansas to Cherokee Nation East Children of CATHERINE MCCOY and ANDREW MILLER are:
ELIAS GANN, b. 1824, CNE; d. Abt. 1846, Mexican war.
More About ELIAS GANN: Blood: 1/4 Cherokee Clan: Ani'-Ga'tâge'wi = Kituah or Wild Potato (Gu-u-li-si) Education: January 1841, New Spring Place Mission School
ISAAC FERGUSON GANN, b. 1827, CNE; d. Abt. 1846, Mexican war.
More About ISAAC FERGUSON GANN: Baptism: February 25, 1827, Oothcaloga, Moravian Mission (w/ g-grandmother Gu-u-li-si) Blood: 1/4 Cherokee Clan: Ani'-Ga'tâge'wi = Kituah or Wild Potato (Gu-u-li-si) Education: January 1841, New Spring Place Mission School
Notes for MARIA FERGUSON: There is very little known about Maria, in fact, it has been suggested that Maria Fergusson is actually Catherine "Maria" Fergusson nee Hicks/McCoy. We do know that Catherine was given the name "Catherine Maria" at the time of her baptism by the Moravian missionaries.
605.JOHN TYLER7 FOSTER, SR (LYDIAQUA-LA-YU-GA6HALFBREED, QUA-LA-YU-GAGU-U-LI-SI5CRITTENDEN, JENNIE4DOUGHERTY, A-NU-WE-GI3MOYTOY, MOYTOY2, A-MA-DO-YA1) was born 1809 in Georgia, and died Aft. 1860.He married (1) NANCY KA-YU-GA TIMBERLAKE Bef. 1833, daughter of BENJAMIN TIMBERLAKE and GE-YU-GV.She was born Abt. 1816, and died Abt. 1855.He married (3) LUCINDA FOREMAN Bef. 1843, daughter of RICHARD FOREMAN and DORCAS GOURD.She was born Abt. 1826.He married (4) NANNIE (RATTLEING GOURD) FOREMAN Bef. 1859, daughter of SAMUEL FOREMAN and SALLIE GOURD.She was born March 22, 1831, and died Bef. 1906. More About JOHN TYLER FOSTER, SR: 1851 Drennan roll: Going Snake, 243 Aka (Facts Pg): Go-nv-s-ta-di Detachment: October 19, 1838, 38-05 Situwakee/Evan Jones; as interpreter Education: May 04, 1814, Spring Place Mission School More About NANCY KA-YU-GA TIMBERLAKE: 1851 Drennan roll: Flint, 352 More About LUCINDA FOREMAN: 1851 Drennan roll: Tahlequah, 200 1/2 More About NANNIE (RATTLEING GOURD) FOREMAN: Starr's Notes: F621 Child of JOHN FOSTER and NANCY TIMBERLAKE is:
MARTHA FOSTER, b. Abt. 1860; m. JOHN JOHNSON CALDWELL; b. February 27, 1849, Pendelton Co, KY; d. Aft. 1906.
More About JOHN JOHNSON CALDWELL: 1880 Census [CN]: Delaware, 608 1890 Census [CN]: Delaware, 3491 1902-07 Dawes roll: card# 4101, roll# 263i Blood: Intermarried White Occupation: 1890, Mechanic Starr's Notes: G825