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 "Earth and Sky"
by E'lan Michaels

Ancestors & Decendants of
Beloved Woman/War Woman "Cornblossom"

As you know, in the world of Genealogy, there are so many twists and turns and nothing is "written in stone".  This information was gathered by various descendants of Beloved Woman Cornblossom.  Some refer to her as 'Princess'; I was corrected early on and told it was NOT the proper title.  Much information has not been proven, as records are scarce or none at all.  It is interesting reading, hopefully a help to some, but please remember to document for yourself.  Any corrections or proof welcomed!


Is this Beloved Woman Cornblossom, daughter of Chief Doublehead?
This picture was found in the Monticello, KY library.  It was in a book by Mr. Kenneth Coffey, taped over a sketch that he had drawn of Beloved Woman Cornblossom.
(9/3/2002 note from Mr. Roy Troxell, a descendant, was told: "is a picture copied from a 3x4 tintype that was placed in K. Coffey's book by a fellow who wishes to be nameless.  He said the picture is of one of Cornblossom's granddaughters who is the spitting image of Cornblossom.  The picture was taken about 1860 or has been in his family's possession since 1860")  Thank you, Roy.

Ancestors & Decendants of Beloved Woman Cornblossom
 

Descendants of Amatoya Moytoy
 

Generation No. 1

1.  AMATOYA1 MOYTOY was born 1640 in Chota, Little Tennessee River.  He married QUATSY.

Children of AMATOYA MOYTOY and QUATSY are:
2. i. CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, b. Abt. 1680, In Old Cherokee Nation; d. Abt. 1741, In Old Cherokee Nation.
 ii. OLD HOP MOYTOY, b. 1690.
 iii. TISTOE MOYTOY, b. Abt. 1680.
 iv. QUKAH-ULAH MOYTOY, b. 1681.
 v. NANCY MOYTOY, b. 1683.

Generation No. 2

2.  CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO (AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1680 in In Old Cherokee Nation, and died Abt. 1741 in In Old Cherokee Nation.  He married SISTER OF OLD HOP (CHIEF).

Children of CHIEF TELLICO and SISTER (CHIEF) are:
3. i. CHEROKEE3 MAIDEN.
 ii. WOLLENAWOA.
4. iii. TAME DOE, b. Bet. 1700 - 1706, Cherokee Nation East; d. Abt. 1760.
5. iv. OCONOSTOTA "CUNNE SHOTE", b. Abt. 1704, James Beaver Jr of rootsweb; d. Abt. Mar 1783.
 v. CLOGOITTAH, b. Abt. 1706.
6. vi. ATTACULLACULLA, b. Bet. 1705 - 1708; d. May 1777.
7. vii. KITEGISTA, b. Abt. 1708; d. Aft. 1788.
 viii. TATHTOWE, b. Abt. 1712.
 ix. KILLAQUE, b. Abt. 1714.
 x. OUNACONOA, b. Abt. 1716.
 xi. SKALILOSKEN, b. Abt. 1718.
8. xii. CHIEF GREAT EAGLE, b. Abt. 1720.
 xiii. OUKAII-OUKAH, b. Abt. 1722.
 xiv. KOLLANNAH, b. Abt. 1724.
9. xv. AN-NEE-WA-KEE, b. Abt. 1726.

Generation No. 3

3.  CHEROKEE3 MAIDEN (CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY)  She married CHRISTIAN GOTTLIEB PRIBER.  He was born Abt. 1700 in Kingdom of Saxony (Germany), and died 1753 in Fort Oglethorpe, GA.

Notes for CHRISTIAN GOTTLIEB PRIBER:
Christian Gottlieb Priber was sent to this country in 1736 to try to win the country for France.  Prime Minister to the Cherokee Indians.  Married daughter of a Cherokee Chief.  Died in British political prison in 1753 leaving behind his wife and four daughters.  Information found through historian/author Thomas H. Troxel.

Child of CHEROKEE MAIDEN and CHRISTIAN PRIBER is:
10. i. GREAT "DRAGS BLANKET"4 PRIBER.

4.  TAME3 DOE (CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Bet. 1700 - 1706 in Cherokee Nation East, and died Abt. 1760.  She married SKAYAGUSTUEGWO "FIVEKILLER" 1728 in Cherokee Nation East.

Children of TAME DOE and SKAYAGUSTUEGWO "FIVEKILLER" are:
 i. LONG4 FELLOW, b. 1726; d. Abt. 1836.
11. ii. GHIGAU (NANCY WARD), b. Bet. 1728 - 1738, Chota, City of Refuge; d. 1822, Womankiller Ford, Benton, TN.
 

5.  OCONOSTOTA "CUNNE3 SHOTE" (CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1704 in James Beaver Jr of rootsweb, and died Abt. Mar 1783.  He married WOMAN OF PAINT CLAN.  She was born Abt. 1704.


Cunne Shote, also known as Oconostota, by Francis Parsons, 1762
Brother of Chief Grey Eagle
(found this picture on the inernet)

Children of OCONOSTOTA SHOTE" and WOMAN CLAN are:
12. i. OLLIE4 OCONOSTOTA, b. Abt. 1720.
 ii. DAUGHTER OF OCONOSTOTA, b. Abt. 1730; m. THE BARK; b. Abt. 1750.
13. iii. THE TERRAPIN, b. Abt. 1736; d. Aft. 1796.
 

6.  ATTACULLACULLA3 (CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Bet. 1705 - 1708, and died May 1777.  He married OLLIE OCONOSTOTA, daughter of OCONOSTOTA SHOTE" and WOMAN CLAN.  She was born Abt. 1720.

Notes for ATTACULLACULLA: Known as Ukwaneequa or Chuconnunta.  English translation of his name was Little Carpenter.

Children of ATTACULLACULLA and OLLIE OCONOSTOTA are:
14. i. CHIEF DRAGGING4 CANOE, b. Abt. 1734.
 ii. THE BADGER, b. Abt. 1738.
 iii. LITTLE OWL, b. 1740.
15. iv. TURTLE-AT-HOME, b. Abt. 1758.
16. v. TAH-CHEE, b. Abt. 1736.
17. vi. OLLIE II, b. Abt. 1756.
 vii. WURTAGUA, b. Abt. 1760; m. JOHN WATTS, JR.; b. Abt. 1750; d. 1808.
 

7.  KITEGISTA3 (CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1708, and died Aft. 1788.

Child of KITEGISTA is:
 i. BETTY4 KITEGISTA, b. Abt. 1738; d. Jun 12, 1793.
 

8.  CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE (CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1720.

Children of CHIEF GREAT EAGLE are:
18. i. CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", b. 1740, Indian Nations of the Cherokees; d. Bet. Aug 09 - 15, 1807, see notes.
19. ii. WUR-TEH, b. Chickamauga commerce capital at Burnside, KY.
20. iii. OLD TASSEL "KAIYAH.TAHEE", b. Abt. 1738; d. Jun 1788.
 iv. PUMPKIN BOY.
 

9.  AN-NEE-WA-KEE3 (CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1726.  She married CORNELIUS DOUGHERTY.  He was born Abt. 1720, and died Abt. 1779.

Children of AN-NEE-WA-KEE and CORNELIUS DOUGHERTY are:
 i. JANE4 DOUGHERTY, b. Abt. 1745.
21. ii. JAMES DOUGHERTY, SR., b. Abt. 1750.

Generation No. 4

10.  GREAT "DRAGS BLANKET"4 PRIBER (CHEROKEE3 MAIDEN, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY)  She married CHUQUALATAGUE "DOUBLEHEAD" Bet. 1771 - 1799, son of CHIEF GREAT EAGLE.  He was born 1740 in Indian Nations of the Cherokees, and died Bet. Aug 09 - 15, 1807 in see notes.

Notes for CHUQUALATAGUE "DOUBLEHEAD":
Notes of Cora Mae Martin Shirley "The Roots of Yesterday"  state that Doublehead died Aug 9, 1807 at Hiwasse Station, Indian Nation, Which later became the state of Tennessee.

Original Wayne Co. included "Prices Station" in "Prices Meadow" near Touristville, KY.-crossing on Cumberland river-Domain of Cherokee Indian Chief, CHUQALATAGUE, (Doublehead)
"Ancestors of Nancy Faye Gregory" quotes follows:
"Now, as for Chief Doublehead, I originally quoted the following from the "Jonathan Blevins" book which is partially inaccurate (concerning his death).
Chief Chugqualatague, or Doublehead, was the last Cherokee Chief to exercise control over the upper Cumberland plateau and was a lieutenant of Dragging Canoe.  He was born near the present town of Somerset, KY, and had two known children by his wife who was reported to be of French-Indian extraction.  These children were Cornblossom and Tuckaho.
I have found several good books on Cherokee history, some of which give a good account of the circumstances of Doublehead's death.  They are "Cherokee Tragedy: The Ridge Family and the Decimation of a People", by Thurman Wilkins, 1986, Univ. of Oklahoma Press, "The Cherokees", by Grace Steele Woodward, 1963, Univ. of Oklahoma Press, and "Trail of Tears: The Rise and Fall of the Cherokee Indian Nation", by John Ehle, 1988, Anchor Books (Doubleday).  The first books gives the most detailed account and quotes two primary sources in its bibliography as follows:
1) The Deposition of Caleb Starr concerning the death of Doublehead, dated Aug. 11, 1838, in the National Archives, RG75, Office of Indian Affairs, Removal Records (Cherokee), First Board of Cherokee Commissioners files, Heirs of Doublehead for spoilations."

2) "Col. Phillips' testimony relating to the death of Doublehead...Highwasee, Aug. 15, 1807", in National Archives, RG75, Records of the Cherokee Agency in Tennessee, M-208, Roll 3.....I will try to summarize as best I can.

Chief Doublehead was a brother of Chief Old Tassel, as well as Pumpkin Boy.  After the signing of the Treaty of Hopewell in 1785, delegates from Congress were trying to keep the peace between the Cherokees and squatters on their lands.  In June 1788, Old Tassel was killed by a renegade settler by the name of Kirk while under a flag of truce and war became unavoidable.  Old Tassel's death united the Cherokees under Little Turkey, including the Chickamaugas under Dragging Canoe, who split from the other Cherokee tribes some time earlier.  In May 1792, John Watts succeeded Dragging Canoe as War Chief with Doublehead as his second in command.  In Sep 1893, Watts and Doublehead led a campaign against the white settlers.
A great atrocity was perpetrated on this campaign.  Doublehead, his brother Pumpkin Boy, and their nephew Bench (Bob Benge) ambushed Capt. Overall, a known Indian fighter, and a companion named Burnett near Dripping Spring in KY.  After they killed and scalped the two men, the Indians drank their whiskey, cut strips off the dead men, then roasted and devoured their flesh.  At some time, Pumpkin Boy was killed on this campaign.  John Sevier launched a campaign against the Cherokee towns and after a battle at Etowah, forced the Cherokees to sue for peace.  Although another Treaty was signed in 1794, Brigadier General James Robertson had to tell Major James Ore to lead another campaign against the Chickamaugas before peace was restored.
In 1796, Chief Doublehead had become the Speaker for the Cherokee Nation and became the chief spokesman for all negotiations with the Federal government.  There were 3 cessions made of Cherokee lands in 1798 and it was common knowledge that Doublehead had prospered as a result.  By 1804, he had become a prosperous land owner with about two dozen slaves.  The Secretary of War, Dearborn, in fact, had given instructions that all agents were to deal specifically with Doublehead on the assumption he could be bribed.  In 1805, Dearborn had Col. Return Jonathan Meigs acquire several valuable tracts of land with the promise that two tracts at the mouth of the Clinch and Hiwasee Rivers be exclusively for Doublehead's use.  To add fuel to the fire, Doublehead had also leased several tracts at Muscle Choals to white farmers from a treaty he signed in Dec. 1806.
By this time, a Cherokee faction led by James Vann, Major Ridge, and Alexander Saunders decided Doublehead should die for his crimes.  Vann had a family score to settle.  Doublehead had married a sister to Vann's wife and had treated her brutally, beating her to death while she was pregnant.
Therefore, the three men decided to execute the traitor in Aug. 1807, when the Cherokees collected the annual annuity from the Federal agent.  However, on the way, Vann fell ill and could not continue.
On Aug. 9, 1807, Ridge and Saunders arrived at McIntosh's Tavern on the Hiwassee and waited for an opportunity.  Doublehead had been playing ball 3 miles away where he had killed a man called Bone-Polisher who had become abusive.  Therefore, he didn't arrive until after dark, half drunk.  Suddenly, Ridge blew out the candle in the Tavern and fired a shot at Doublehead which shattered his jaw.  Having thought they killed him, they slipped out into the dark.
However, they soon learned the tavernkeeper had moved the wounded Chief to his house and then again to the loft of a Mr. Black, who taught in Gideon Blackburn's school.  By then, two men from Bone Polisher's clan had joined them and together they rushed the room where Doublehead lay.  As they approached, the wounded chief sprang up, drew a dirk, and tried to draw a pistol but was caught up in the sheet around him.  Both Ridge and Saunders leveled their guns at him but misfired.  Doublehead then grappled with Ridge but Saunders drove his tomahawk into Doublehead's skull so hard that it took two hands and a foot to pry it loose.  After the killing, most of the Cherokees felt it was justified and his relatives were not forced by clan responsibility to exact revenge.  This led to the abolition of clan revenge at the Council of Broomstown on Sept. 11, 1808.  However, James Vann was killed in 1809 possibly for his part in the execution."

Children of CREAT PRIBER and CHUQUALATAGUE "DOUBLEHEAD" are:
22. i. CORNBLOSSOM5, b. Bet. 1765 - 1770, Indian Nation; d. Aug 13, 1810, Yahoo Falls Massacre; Wayne Co., KY.
 ii. TUCKAHOE, m. MARGARET MOUNCE.
 iii. UNK DAUGHTER, m. GEORGE COLBERT.
 

11.  GHIGAU (NANCY4 WARD) (TAME3 DOE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Bet. 1728 - 1738 in Chota, City of Refuge, and died 1822 in Womankiller Ford, Benton, TN.  She married (1) KINGFISHER OF THE DEER CLAN Abt. 1753 in Chota, City of Refuge & Capitol of Cherokee Nation.  He died 1755 in Battle of Taliwa, by Creek warriors.  She married (2) BRYAN WARD Sep 18, 1756.

Notes for GHIGAU (NANCY WARD): Cherokee name was Nanye'hi.  She was of the Wolf Clan

KINGFISHER OF THE DEER CLAN:
He was of the Deer Clan.  Killed at the battle of Taliwa, while fighting the Creeks.

Children of GHIGAU WARD) and KINGFISHER CLAN are:
 i. FIVEKILLER5 KINGFISHER, b. Abt. 1754.
23. ii. CATHERINE KINGFISHER, b. 1753, Chota Nation East; d. 1817, Chota Nation East.

Child of GHIGAU WARD) and BRYAN WARD is:
24. iii. ELIZABETH5 WARD, b. Bet. 1756 - 1760.

12.  OLLIE4 OCONOSTOTA (OCONOSTOTA "CUNNE3 SHOTE", CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1720.  She married ATTACULLACULLA, son of CHIEF TELLICO and SISTER (CHIEF).  He was born Bet. 1705 - 1708, and died May 1777.

Notes for ATTACULLACULLA: Known as Ukwaneequa or Chuconnunta.  English translation of his name was Little Carpenter.

Children are listed above under (6) Attacullaculla.

13.  THE4 TERRAPIN (OCONOSTOTA "CUNNE3 SHOTE", CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1736, and died Aft. 1796.

Child of THE TERRAPIN is:
25. i. POLLY5 TERRAPIN, b. Abt. 1768.
 

14.  CHIEF DRAGGING4 CANOE (ATTACULLACULLA3, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1734.  He married LEAF.  She was born Abt. 1734.

Children of CHIEF CANOE and LEAF are:
26. i. NAKY5 CANOE, b. Abt. 1750.
 ii. YOUNG DRAGGING CANOE, b. Abt. 1752.
 

15.  TURTLE-AT-HOME4 (ATTACULLACULLA3, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1758.   married AHYAGUE.  She was born Abt. 1758.

Child of TURTLE-AT-HOME and AHYAGUE is:
 i. DAUGHTER OF5 TURTLE-AT-HOME, b. Abt. 1780; m. JOHN BOGGS; b. Abt. 1770.
 

16.  TAH-CHEE4 (ATTACULLACULLA3, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1736.  He married AISLEY.  She was born Abt. 1740.

Children of TAH-CHEE and AISLEY are:
27. i. OO-LOO-TAH5, b. Abt. 1760.
 ii. GI-YO-STI, b. Abt. 1770.
 iii. NETTLE CARRIER, b. Abt. 1772; m. SUSANNAH CATHERINE; b. Abt. 1742.
 

17.  OLLIE4 II (ATTACULLACULLA3, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1756.  She married BLACKFOX.  He was born Abt. 1740.

Child of OLLIE and BLACKFOX is:
28. i. ANNIE5 CRYINGBEAR, b. Abt. 1805.
 

18.  CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD" (CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born 1740 in Indian Nations of the Cherokees, and died Bet. Aug 09 - 15, 1807 in see notes.  He married GREAT "DRAGS BLANKET" PRIBER Bet. 1771 - 1799, daughter of CHRISTIAN PRIBER and CHEROKEE MAIDEN.

Notes for CHUQUALATAGUE "DOUBLEHEAD":
Notes of Cora Mae Martin Shirley "The Roots of Yesterday"  state that Doublehead died Aug 9, 1807 at Hiwasse Station, Indian Nation, Which later became the state of Tennessee.
(Charles Austin:"Nor is Doublehead buried in Wayne county. He is buried on his plantation near Florence, AL at the "Doublehead Resort".)

Original Wayne Co. included "Prices Station" in "Prices Meadow" near Touristville, KY.-crossing on Cumberland river-Domain of Cherokee Indian Chief, CHUQALATAGUE, (Doublehead)
 

Children are listed above under (10) Great "Drags Blanket" Priber.

19.  WUR-TEH4 (CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born in Chickamauga commerce capital at Burnside, KY.  She married NATHANIEL GIST.

Notes for NATHANIEL GIST:

Child of WUR-TEH and NATHANIEL GIST is:
29. i. SEQUOYAH( GEORGE)5 GIST-GUESS, b. Bet. 1760 - 1776; d. 1843, Mexico (now Texas).

20.  OLD TASSEL4 "KAIYAH.TAHEE" (CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1738, and died Jun 1788.  He married HANGING MAWS SISTER.  She was born Abt. 1740.

Notes for OLD TASSEL "KAIYAH.TAHEE":
Cherokee name was Kaiyah.tahee

Child of OLD "KAIYAH.TAHEE" and HANGING SISTER is:
 i. YOUNG (DOUBLEHEAD)5 TASSEL, b. Abt. 1760.
 

21.  JAMES4 DOUGHERTY, SR. (AN-NEE-WA-KEE3, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1750.

Child of JAMES DOUGHERTY, SR. is:
 i. JAMES5 DOUGHERTY, JR., b. Abt. 1780; m. MARY DEAN; b. 1783; d. Abt. 1860.

Generation No. 5

22.  CORNBLOSSOM5 (CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Bet. 1765 - 1770 in Indian Nation, and died Aug 13, 1810 in Yahoo Falls Massacre (see notes below); Wayne Co., KY.  She married GEORGE JACOB "BIG JAKE" TROXELL Abt. 1784, son of DAVID TROXELL and ANNA UNK.  He was born Bet. Jan 18, 1758 - 1759 in Philadelphia, Bucks Co., PA or Frederick Co., MD, and died Oct 08, 1810 in Yahoo Falls Massacre, Wayne Co., KY.

Notes for  CORNBLOSSOM:
Cherokee Indian;
Buried in McCreary Co., KY  A bronze marker marks her grave in Stearns, KY. (No one knows for sure WHERE...)
She and most of her tribe were murdered by whites in the massacre of 1810 near Yahoo Falls.
****(Direct descendants say  this massacre of 1810 NEVER happened; but a fictional story started by descendant Thomas Harlan Troxel who wrote a book about his "dreams" which Danny Troxell has expanded with his dreams, most of which are just that, an immaginary "tall Tale". Charles Austin)
 

Notes for GEORGE JACOB "BIG JAKE" TROXELL:
Fought in Revolutionary War.
Buried near entrance to Yahoo Falls northwest of Whitley Co., KY.  Grave is maintained by forest rangers.  Buried near Alum Ford?
Information of his children and history from the "Ancestors of Nancy Faye Gregory" home page of Family Tree Maker
"During the American Revolution, "Big Jake" TROXEL cast his lot with the rebelling colonies.  He then came south as a trader among the Indians, seeking out any conspiracies between the Indians and the British against the Colonies. Through a series of friendly contacts, he became a very close friend of Chief Doublehead.  This friendship became so solid that Big jake was inducted into the tribe as a "blood-brother" and eventually married his daughter, Beloved Woman Cornblossom, who bore him many children.
There is some controversy over the idenity of "Big Jake" TOXEL.  A Richard M. Troxel in his books, Troxel Trails, presents an argument that "Big Jake" was actually George Jacob Troxel, born in 1758 in Frederick Co., MD.  He lived there until about 13 years of age, where he migrated through Loudon Co., VA, Sullivan Co. TN, Sevier Co., TN, then to Wayne Co.,KY, then to Marion Co.,TN, and finally to Jackson Co.,AL before he died in DeKalb Co.,AL on Jul 1 1843, being survived by a widow, Elizabeth, who was still living in 1853.

Another story has Jacob "Big Jake" Troxel coming from the Philadelphia, PA area where his ancestors had immigrated to the New World from Switzerland.  A Jacob Troxel is listed as a private in Capt. John Shelmire's 6th Co. in the Philadelphia Co. Militia in 1781.  He died in 1810 and is buried on the road from Marshes Siding, KY to the mouth of the Alum Creek near the entrance to Yahoo Falls Recreation area in the Daniel Boone National Forest in McCreary Co.KY.  This burial site is marked by an appropriate historical marker, erected by the Daniel Boone National Forest Service.  (See notes below of Charles Austin)
However, this marker is nothing more than a memorial marker and no known evidence (that I know of) places "Big Jakes" death in this area.
(Charles Austin: "George Jacob Troxel did not die in KY in 1810. He died in DeKalb Co., AL in 1843. Quite a while after the so called "Massacre". Nor is there any indication that Jake was scalped at said massacre." "As a descendant of George Jacob Troxel 1758-1843, his son, William, 1800, his daug Lucinda,10 Nov 1830, etc. I have gathered facts and fiction about the family if you are interested, just let me know. A descendant Thomas Harlan Troxel wrote a book about his "dreams" which Danny Troxell has expanded with his dreams, most of which are just that, an immaginary "tall Tale". Harlan was a true descendant, but Danny could not tell me his line back to George Jacob. His claim to my GG Grandfather, William, 1800 was non-existant, no connection")

Cornblossom was born under the Sand Cliffs at Stearns, KY, near where the old Southern Railroad "Coalchute" or refueling station was located.  Legend is that as a young girl, she accompanied her father, Chief Doublehead, at the signing of the Treaty of Sycamore Shoals in 1775, which transferred Cherokee land between the Ohio and Cumberland Rivers to the Transylvania Society.  Also, while protecting the tribe's secret mine, she killed a renegade.  Her burial place at Stearns, KY is marked by a KY State Historical Marker - 1075 near the First Baptist Church at Stearns and is approximately one mile from her birthplace under the Sand Cliffs at Stearns, KY.
 

Children of  CORNBLOSSOM and GEORGE TROXELL are:
 i. PETER "LITTLE JAKE"6 TROXELL, b. Bet. 1781 - 1810; d. Aug 10, 1810, Yahoo Falls Massacre, Wayne Co., KY; m. (1) WAR WOMAN STANDING FERN; m. (2) JANE "JENNY" STEVENSON, Jan 16, 1803.
30. ii. ELIZABETH "BETTY" TROXELL, b. Abt. 1796, Wayne Co., KY; d. Aft. 1850.
31. iii. SARAH TROXELL, b. 1798.
32. iv. CATHERINE "KATIE" TROXELL, b. Bet. 1783 - 1814.
 v. MARY "POLLY" TROXELL, b. Abt. 1789; m. TARLTON BLEVINS, Nov 21, 1807, Wayne Co., KY by Rev. Elliot Jones.
 vi. MARGARET "PEGGY" TROXELL, b. Bet. 1789 - 1790, TN; m. JAMES BELL, Jul 13, 1809, Wayne Co., KY.
 vii. WILLIAM TROXELL, b. Abt. 1800.
 

23.  CATHERINE5 KINGFISHER (GHIGAU (NANCY4 WARD), TAME3 DOE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born 1753 in Chota Nation East, and died 1817 in Chota Nation East.  She married (1) SAMUEL CANDY, SR..    She married (2) JOHN WALKER.    She married (3) ELLIS HARLAN Abt. 1765, son of EZEKIEL HARLAN and HANNAH OBORN.

Child of CATHERINE KINGFISHER and SAMUEL CANDY is:
 i. SAMUEL6 CANDY, JR, m. ELIZABETH WEST.
 

Children of CATHERINE KINGFISHER and JOHN WALKER are:
 ii. JOHN6 WALKER, JR., d. Abt. 1855; m. ELIZABETH SEVIER LOWREY.
 iii. JENNIE WALKER, m. (1) CHARLES FOX TAYLOR; m. (2) JOHN MCINTOSH.
 

Children of CATHERINE KINGFISHER and ELLIS HARLAN are:
 iv. SALLIE6 HARLAN, b. 1782; d. 1861; m. JACOB WEST; b. 1782; d. 1817.
 v. RUTH HARLAN, m. JOSEPH PHILLIPS.
 vi. GEORGE HARLAN, m. (1) NANNIE SANDERS; m. (2) ANNIE MAY; m. (3) ELIZA RILEY.
 vii. SUSANNAH HARLAN, m. UNK OTTERLIFTER.
 viii. NANNIE HARLAN, b. 1765; m. CALEB STARR, Abt. 1780.
 ix. ELIZABETH HARLAN, b. Aug 15, 1778; d. Dec 19, 1826; m. PETER HILDEBRAND.
 x. EZEKIEL HARLAN, b. Abt. 1789, Chota Nation East, McMinn, TN; d. Abt. 1821, Cherokee Nation West, TN; m. HANNAH LEWIS, Abt. 1804, CNE, GA or TN.
 

24.  ELIZABETH5 WARD (GHIGAU (NANCY4 WARD), TAME3 DOE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Bet. 1756 - 1760.  She married (1) JOSEPH MARTIN, son of JOSEPH MARIN and SUSANNAH CHILDS.    She married (2) DANIEL HUGHES.

Notes for ELIZABETH WARD: Emigration roll 1817

Children of ELIZABETH WARD and JOSEPH MARTIN are:
 i. JAMES6 MARTIN.
 ii. NANNIE MARTIN, m. MICHAEL HILDEBRAND.

Child of ELIZABETH WARD and DANIEL HUGHES is:
 iii. RACHEL6 HUGHES, m. CHARLES ROGERS.
 

25.  POLLY5 TERRAPIN (THE4, OCONOSTOTA "CUNNE3 SHOTE", CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1768.  She married JOHN OOWANEE VANN.  He was born Abt. 1760.

Children of POLLY TERRAPIN and JOHN VANN are:
 i. ISAAC6 VANN, b. 1792; m. EDITH SCHRIMSHER; b. Abt. 1798.
 ii. GEORGE VANN, b. 1793.
33. iii. MARY VANN, b. Abt. 1794.
34. iv. NANCY VANN, b. Abt. 1796.
35. v. EDITH VANN, b. Abt. 1798.
 vi. REBECCA VANN, b. Abt. 1800; m. WILLIAM SCHRIMSHER; b. Abt. 1794.

26.  NAKY5 CANOE (CHIEF DRAGGING4, ATTACULLACULLA3, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1750.  She married ALEXANDER BROWN, SR..  He was born Abt. 1744.

Child of NAKY CANOE and ALEXANDER BROWN is:
 i. ALEXANDER SAWNEY6 BROWN, JR., b. Abt. 1765; d. Sep 17, 1837; m. VIOLET BARTON; b. Abt. 1776; d. Abt. 1836.

27.  OO-LOO-TAH5 (TAH-CHEE4, ATTACULLACULLA3, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1760.  She married JOHN BOWLES.

Children of OO-LOO-TAH and JOHN BOWLES are:
 i. LIGHTNINGBUG6 BOWLES, b. Abt. 1784.
 ii. TU-NOO-NE-SKI BOWLES, b. Abt. 1786.
 iii. DU-GU-LI-LU WAGON BOWLES, b. Abt. 1788.
 iv. QUA-TI-NA BOWLES, b. Abt. 1790.
 v. TSA-GI-NA BOWLES, b. Abt. 1790; m. BIRD-TAIL; b. Abt. 1790.
 

28.  ANNIE5 CRYINGBEAR (OLLIE4 II, ATTACULLACULLA3, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1805.  She married HENRY SEABOLT, SR..  He was born Abt. 1801.

Children of ANNIE CRYINGBEAR and HENRY SEABOLT are:
 i. JOHN6 SEABOLT, b. 1822; m. JENNIE BENGE; b. Abt. 1830.
 ii. CATHERINE SEABOLT, b. Abt. 1824; m. (1) JOHN CHAMBERS; b. Abt. 1818; m. (2) JACK STILL; b. Abt. 1820.
 iii. THOMAS SEABOLT, b. Abt. 1826; m. BETSY HICKS; b. Abt. 1830.
 iv. JOSEPH SEABOLT, b. Abt. 1828; m. NANCY ANN HAIR; b. Abt. 1832.
 v. SUSIE SEABOLT, b. Abt. 1830; m. NED FIELDS; b. Abt. 1820.
 vi. HENRY SEABOLT, JR., b. Abt. 1833; d. Mar 30, 1875; m. ELIZA JANE BENGE; b. Abt. 1831; d. Aug 1891.
 

29.  SEQUOYAH( GEORGE)5 GIST-GUESS (WUR-TEH4, CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Bet. 1760 - 1776, and died 1843 in Mexico (now Texas).  He married SALLIE WATERS.  She was born Abt. 1765.

This picture of Sequoyah Gist was found on the N. Georgia site

Notes for SEQUOYAH( GEORGE) GIST-GUESS:
(The following was found on website of N. Georgia)
Sequoyah(a.k.a George Gist) a North Georgia Notable
Born: 1776 near Tuskeegee, Tennessee;  Died: 1843, near Tyler, Texas.
Developed the Cherokee alphabet
(Sequoyah's mother, Wut-teh was sister to Chief Doublehead)

"Near the town of Tanasee, and not far from the almost mythical town of Chote lies Taskigi(Tuskeegee), home of Sequoyah. In this peaceful valley setting Wut-teh, the daughter of a Cherokee Chief (Chief Great Eagle) , married Nathaniel Gist, a Virginia fur trader. The warrior Sequoyah was born of this union in 1776.  Probably born handicapped, and thus the name Sequoyah(Sikwo-yi is Cherokee for "pig's foot"), Sequoyah fled Tennessee as a youth because of the encroachment of whites. He initially moved to Georgia, where he acquired skills working with silver. While in the state, a man who purchased one of his works suggested that he sign his work, like the white silversmiths had begun to do. Sequoyah considered the idea and since he did not know how to write he visited Charles Hicks, a wealthy farmer in the area who wrote English. Hicks showed Sequoyah how to spell his name,  writing the letters on a piece of paper. Sequoyah began to toy with the idea of a Cherokee writing system that year(1809).
He moved to Willstown, Alabama, and enlisted in the Cherokee Regiment, fighting in the Battle of Horseshoe Bend, which effectively ended the war against the Creek Redsticks.   During the war, he became convinced of the necessity of literacy for his people.  He and other Cherokees were unable to write letters home, read military orders, or record events as they occurred. After the war, he began in earnest to create a writing system.
Using a phonetic system, where each sound made in speech was represented by a symbol, he created "Talking Leaves", 85 letters that make up the Cherokee alphabet. His little girl Ayoka easily learned this method of communication. He demonstrated his syllabary to his cousin, George Lowrey, who was impressed. A short time later in a Cherokee Court in Chattooga, he read an argument about a boundary line from a sheet of paper. Word spread quickly of Sequoyah's invention. In 1821, 12 years after the original idea, the Cherokee Nation adopted Sequoyah's alphabet as their own. Within months thousands of Cherokee became literate.
The crippled warrior moved west to Arkansas.  Mining and selling salt for money he was active in politics. In 1824 the National Council at New Echota struck a silver medal in his honor.  Later, publication began on the first Native American newspaper, The Cherokee Phoenix in the same town. The painting of Sequoyah was made in 1828 on a trip to Washington to negotiate terms for removal from Arkansas to Oklahoma. Leaving the state in 1829, he had lived in Oklahoma for 10 years when Principal
Chief John Ross led North Georgia Cherokee on the "Trail of Tears" to the state.
He died in Mexico (now Texas) in 1843 after possibly visiting family in a band of Chickamauga Cherokee who had moved there earlier.   Perhaps the most eloquent praise paid to Sequoyah was by H.A. Scomp, member of Emory College faculty, when he said "...perhaps the most remarkable man who has ever lived on Georgia soil was neither a politician, nor a soldier, nor an ecclesiastic, nor a scholar, but merely a Cherokee Indian of mixed blood. And strange to say, this Indian acquired permanent fame, neither expecting or seeking it."

Below is another article from N. Georgia site
Realizing a key to development of the Cherokee Nation was a written language, Sequoyah began work on a graphic representation of the Cherokee language. The syllabary, officially listed as being completed in 1821, took 12 years to create. Sequoyah came up with the idea of "Talking Leaves" when he visited Chief Charles Hicks, who showed him how to write his name so he could sign his work like American silversmiths had begun to do.
Initially, Sequoyah tried pictographs, but soon discovered that the number of symbols in the Cherokee language would be in the thousands. Then he began to create symbols for each syllable the Cherokees use. This was the essential step in creating the syllabary. Sequoyah's written language was not the first example of the concept. A Japanese syllabary was developed from 5th century A. D. Chinese ideographic writing. The concept of an alphabet, which denotes sounds instead of syllables, originated in Phoenicia.
His work was interupted by the Creek War of 1813-1814, when he joined a Cherokee force under the leadership of The Ridge. After the war, Major Ridge would be called on as leader of the Lighthorse Patrol to punish to Sequoyah for trying to create the syllabary. The leaders of the tribe felt that this written language was the work of the devil, and to force him to stop they ordered Ridge to remove the tops of his fingers.
Although he lacked a formal education he spoke several languages fluently. Returning to the Lower Towns, he continued his work while he was caught up in the Creek Path Conspiracy. His syllabary originally contained 115 characters, but he reduced this number to 83 before its first publication. Later, three additional sounds were added bringing the number up to 86.    Disenchanted with the movement towards nationalism, Sequoyah left Georgia in 1821 and moved to Arkansas, arriving in 1822. He was living here when the syllabary was introduced to the Cherokee Nation. In a few short years one man had acheived a means of communication that had taken other civilizations thousands of years to accomplish.
Use of the language spread quickly through the Chreokee Nation. Anyone who could speak the Cherokee language could learn to read or write in two weeks. Thousands of Cherokee began to use Sequoyah's invention on a daily basis and the syllabary gave the nation the ability to create the first American Indian newspaper, The Cherokee Phoenix   The name "Talking Leaves" was satirical of whites. The Cherokee felt that white man's words dried up and blew away like leaves when the words no longer  suited the whites. "

Children of SEQUOYAH( GIST-GUESS and SALLIE WATERS are:
 i. AYOKA6 GIST-GUESS.
36. ii. TEESEY GIST-GUESS, b. Abt. 1789.
 iii. GEORGE JR GIST-GUESS, b. Abt. 1788.

Generation No. 6

30.  ELIZABETH "BETTY"6 TROXELL (CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1796 in Wayne Co., KY, and died Aft. 1850.  She married JAMES "JIM" VAUGHN Sep 17, 1812 in Monticello, KY.  He was born Abt. 1791. (some had Oct 1, 1812 as marriage date ??)

Notes for JAMES "JIM" VAUGHN: James and Elizabeth Troxel Vaughn are buried in Kidd's Crossing Cemetery, Slavans, KY.  James was Clerk of the Bethel Baptist Church from 1836 to August 1840.  They later moved to Missouri.

Child of ELIZABETH TROXELL and JAMES VAUGHN is:
37. i. NANCY7 VAUGHN, b. Abt. 1813, Wayne Co., KY; d. Bet. 1836 - 1907.

31.  SARAH6 TROXELL (CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born 1798.  She married THOMAS BELL Jan 09, 1818 in Wayne Co., KY.

Child of SARAH TROXELL and THOMAS BELL is:
 i. MATILDA7 BELL.

32.  CATHERINE "KATIE"6 TROXELL (CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Bet. 1783 - 1814.  She married JONATHAN BLEVINS Jan 16, 1804 in Wayne Co., KY; ( bond Apr 7, 1803) by Elliott Jones.  He was born Bet. 1779 - 1863.

Notes for CATHERINE "KATIE" TROXELL: "Bond dated April 7, 1803, surety; Elisha blevins.  Endorsement on bond, concent of bride's father, Jacob Troxell, proved y oath of John Troxell" from Roots of Yesterday by Cora Mae Martin Shirley

Children of CATHERINE TROXELL and JONATHAN BLEVINS are:
38. i. MARY A. "POLLY"7 BLEVINS, b. 1809; d. 1899.
 ii. TIMOTHY BLEVINS.
 iii. PLEASANT BLEVINS.
 iv. ADA BLEVINS.
39. v. JONATHAN "JUBER" BLEVINS, b. Oct 09, 1808; d. Aug 22, 1887.
 vi. TARLTON BLEVINS, b. Abt. 1810; m. MARY A. "POLLY" WOODS.
 vii. JACOB BLEVINS, b. May 19, 1811; d. Sep 02, 1868; m. KATHERINE "KATIE" SMITH.

33.  MARY6 VANN (POLLY5 TERRAPIN, THE4, OCONOSTOTA "CUNNE3 SHOTE", CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1794.  She married WILLIAM BURGESS II.  He was born Abt. 1790.

Children of MARY VANN and WILLIAM BURGESS are:
 i. WILLIAM7 BURGESS III, b. Abt. 1810; d. Abt. 1890; m. SUSANNAH VANCE; b. Abt. 1820; d. Abt. 1903.
 ii. MARY BURGESS, b. Abt. 1820; m. (1) RICHARD EARLY VANCE; b. Abt. 1818; m. (2) UNK SUNDAY; b. Abt. 1810.
 iii. JESSE BEAN BURGESS, b. Abt. 1830.

34.  NANCY6 VANN (POLLY5 TERRAPIN, THE4, OCONOSTOTA "CUNNE3 SHOTE", CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1796.  She married LEMUEL CHILDRESS.  He was born Abt. 1790.

Children of NANCY VANN and LEMUEL CHILDRESS are:
 i. ELIZA7 CHILDRESS, b. Abt. 1816; m. JAMES VANN MCNAIR; b. Abt. 1809; d. Dec 28, 1858.
 ii. LEVI CHILDRESS, b. Abt. 1818.
 iii. POLLY CHILDRESS, b. Abt. 1820; m. UNK PALMER; b. Abt. 1816.
 iv. CATHERINE CHILDRESS, b. Abt. 1822; d. Abt. 1882; m. (1) CORNELIUS PARRIS; b. Abt. 1820; m. (2) FLEMUEL CHILDRESS, JR.; b. Abt. 1820.
 v. LUCINDA NANCY CHILDRESS, b. Abt. 1824; d. Abt. 1860; m. THOMAS WILKERSON; b. Abt. 1820.

35.  EDITH6 VANN (POLLY5 TERRAPIN, THE4, OCONOSTOTA "CUNNE3 SHOTE", CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1798.  She married JONATHAN SCHRIMSHER.  He was born Abt. 1790.

Children of EDITH VANN and JONATHAN SCHRIMSHER are:
 i. RHODA7 SCHRIMSHER, b. Abt. 1816.
 ii. ISAAC SCHRIMSHER, b. Abt. 1818.
 iii. MARTIN SCHRIMSHER, b. Abt. 1820.
 iv. LEE SCHRIMSHER, b. Abt. 1822.
 v. MARGARET SCHRIMSHER, b. Abt. 1824.

36.  TEESEY6 GIST-GUESS (SEQUOYAH( GEORGE)5, WUR-TEH4, CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1789.  He married UCK-TEE-YAH LANGLEY.  She was born Abt. 1810.

Children of TEESEY GIST-GUESS and UCK-TEE-YAH LANGLEY are:
 i. RICHARD7 GIST-GUESS, b. Abt. 1828.
 ii. JOSEPH GIST-GUESS, b. Abt. 1830.
 iii. CHOO-WAY-NO-SKEE GIST-GUESS.
 iv. WAH-LA-NE-TAH GIST-GUESS, b. Abt. 1834.
 v. GEORGE GIST-GUESS, b. Abt. 1835; m. GIRTY; b. Abt. 1836.
 vi. WAH-LA-LOO GIST-GUESS, b. Abt. 1836.

Generation No. 7

37.  NANCY7 VAUGHN (ELIZABETH "BETTY"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1813 in Wayne Co., KY, and died Bet. 1836 - 1907.  She married HIRAM ABBOTT, son of JOHN ABBOTT.

Child of NANCY VAUGHN and HIRAM ABBOTT is:
40. i. ELIZABETH (BETTY)8 ABBOTT, b. Dec 22, 1832, Wayne Co., KY; d. Oct 10, 1894, McCreary Co., KY..

38.  MARY A. "POLLY"7 BLEVINS (CATHERINE "KATIE"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born 1809, and died 1899.  She married ROBERT MINTON.  He was born Mar 25, 1802, and died Apr 22, 1876.

Children of MARY BLEVINS and ROBERT MINTON are:
41. i. ABRAHAM PRICE8 MINTON, b. Jun 04, 1833.
42. ii. JAMES RILEY MINTON, b. Jan 09, 1826; d. 1892.
 iii. JOHATHAN MINTON, b. Jul 04, 1826.
43. iv. CATHERINE MINTON, b. Feb 04, 1828; d. Sep 04, 1892.
 v. ELIZABETH MINTON, b. Abt. 1832.
 vi. ISSAC N. MINTON, b. Apr 22, 1836.
 vii. JOHN MINTON, b. Apr 22, 1836.
 viii. JANE ANN MINTON, b. Abt. 1838.
44. ix. MARION MINTON, b. Abt. 1840.
 x. POLLY ANN MINTON, b. Jan 28, 1842.
 xi. TIMOTHY MINTON, b. Abt. 1844.
 xii. J. WINSTON MINTON, b. Abt. 1846.
45. xiii. JACOB MINTON, b. Jun 30, 1848; d. Oct 07, 1934.

39.  JONATHAN "JUBER"7 BLEVINS (CATHERINE "KATIE"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Oct 09, 1808, and died Aug 22, 1887.

Children of JONATHAN "JUBER" BLEVINS are:
 i. C. J.8 BLEVINS.
 ii. MINERVA BLEVINS.
46. iii. SHADRACK BLEVINS, b. Dec 20, 1834; d. Mar 08, 1904.
47. iv. PLEASANT BLEVINS, b. Feb 18, 1838; d. Feb 15, 1886.
48. v. JOHN BLEVINS, b. Nov 09, 1839; d. Jan 06, 1878.
49. vi. GAINES BLEVINS, b. Feb 04, 1843; d. Sep 06, 1911.
 
 

Generation No. 8

40.  ELIZABETH (BETTY)8 ABBOTT (NANCY7 VAUGHN, ELIZABETH "BETTY"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Dec 22, 1832 in Wayne Co., KY, and died Oct 10, 1894 in McCreary Co., KY..  She married (1) ZION STRUNK.    She married (2) JESSIE HUFF Bet. 1860 - 1885.  He was born 1828, and died 1885.

Notes for ELIZABETH (BETTY) ABBOTT: Buried at Keith cemetery

Notes for JESSIE HUFF:
He fought for the Union in the Civil War, then deserted and fought for the Confederacy.  He did not speak to his oldest daughter, Matilda Jane, for over a year when she married Francis Marion Keith because he was a Yankee.  His mother may have come from Ireland.

Children of ELIZABETH ABBOTT and JESSIE HUFF are:
 i. MATILDA JANE9 HUFF, b. Sep 30, 1847.
50. ii. LUVERNA HUFF, b. May 13, 1856, Nevelsville, KY; d. Aug 21, 1887, Bur: Keith Cemetery on Nevelsville Rd, 5 mi W of Parkers Lake, KY.
51. iii. NANCY "EMERINE" HUFF, b. Apr 04, 1861; d. Jan 14, 1935, Bur: Jonesville Cem., Wayne Co., KY.

41.  ABRAHAM PRICE8 MINTON (MARY A. "POLLY"7 BLEVINS, CATHERINE "KATIE"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Jun 04, 1833.  He married (1) MARY MARGARET OSBORNE.  She was born Dec 22, 1837.  He married (2) SARAH JANE OR MARY WEDDLE.    He married (3) NANCY SHARP.  She was born Oct 31, 1852, and died Dec 25, 1936.

Children of ABRAHAM MINTON and MARY OSBORNE are:
52. i. JOHN CASWELL "BIG JOHN"9 MINTON, b. Dec 27, 1867; d. Feb 23, 1928.
 ii. SARAH LINCOLN MINTON, b. Jul 13, 1863; m. JAMES SURBER.
53. iii. DORA IRENE MINTON, b. Dec 24, 1864; d. Apr 20, 1948.
 iv. LAURA FRANCIS MINTON, b. Nov 20, 1869; m. JOHN M. RYAN.
 v. JOSIAH WILSON MINTON, b. May 23, 1872; d. 1893.
 vi. ROBERT MARION MINTON, b. May 03, 1874; d. Nov 14, 1904; m. JULIA BROWN.

Children of ABRAHAM MINTON and SARAH WEDDLE are:
54. vii. ELIZABETH ANNE9 MINTON, b. Feb 04, 1858.
 viii. POLLY JANE MINTON, b. Nov 04, 1833; m. JOHNNY T. JASPER.
 ix. WILLIAM TALHERT MINTON, b. Nov 11, 1859; d. Sep 09, 1917; m. MARY GOSE.

Children of ABRAHAM MINTON and NANCY SHARP are:
 x. JOHATHAN PRICE9 MINTON, b. Abt. 1888.
 xi. WALTER PERKINS MINTON, b. Feb 19, 1890; d. Jul 16, 1964; m. VERDIE PITTMAN.
 xii. LUCY JANE MINTON, b. Feb 07, 1892; d. Jul 22, 1960.

42.  JAMES RILEY8 MINTON (MARY A. "POLLY"7 BLEVINS, CATHERINE "KATIE"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Jan 09, 1826, and died 1892.  He married (1) JANE MCDONALD.    He married (2) PATSIE ALLEN.

Children of JAMES MINTON and JANE MCDONALD are:
 i. SARAH C.9 MINTON.
 ii. MARY ANN H. MINTON.

Children of JAMES MINTON and PATSIE ALLEN are:
 iii. JAMES R. W.9 MINTON.
 iv. LABASCUS JONATHAN MINTON.

43.  CATHERINE8 MINTON (MARY A. "POLLY"7 BLEVINS, CATHERINE "KATIE"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Feb 04, 1828, and died Sep 04, 1892.  She married NICHOLAS JASPER.

Children of CATHERINE MINTON and NICHOLAS JASPER are:
 i. HARRIET A.9 JASPER.
 ii. EMERINE JASPER.
 iii. MARY KATHERINE JASPER.

44.  MARION8 MINTON (MARY A. "POLLY"7 BLEVINS, CATHERINE "KATIE"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1840.  He married GILLIA JASPER.

Child of MARION MINTON and GILLIA JASPER is:
55. i. VALARIE "LARIE" JANE9 MINTON, d. Age 95, per Betty Rainwater Craig;

45.  JACOB8 MINTON (MARY A. "POLLY"7 BLEVINS, CATHERINE "KATIE"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Jun 30, 1848, and died Oct 07, 1934.  He married MARGARET A. BRYANT.

Children of JACOB MINTON and MARGARET BRYANT are:
 i. PLEASANT W.9 MINTON.
 ii. ISSAC MINTON.

46.  SHADRACK8 BLEVINS (JONATHAN "JUBER"7, CATHERINE "KATIE"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Dec 20, 1834, and died Mar 08, 1904.  He married SARAH JANE BRYANT.

Children of SHADRACK BLEVINS and SARAH BRYANT are:
 i. MILAM9 BLEVINS.
 ii. ANNIE BLEVINS.
 iii. ADAM B. BLEVINS.
 iv. MARY E. BLEVINS.
 v. MINERVA BLEVINS.
 vi. ROSETTA BLEVINS.

47.  PLEASANT8 BLEVINS (JONATHAN "JUBER"7, CATHERINE "KATIE"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Feb 18, 1838, and died Feb 15, 1886.  He married HARRIET ELIZABETH SHOOPMAN.

Children of PLEASANT BLEVINS and HARRIET SHOOPMAN are:
 i. HENRIETTA9 BLEVINS.
 ii. JAMES BLEVINS.
 iii. ANGENETTA BLEVINS.
 iv. LORETTA BLEVINS.

48.  JOHN8 BLEVINS (JONATHAN "JUBER"7, CATHERINE "KATIE"6 TROXELL,  CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Nov 09, 1839, and died Jan 06, 1878.  He married LOIS G. RALSTON.

Children of JOHN BLEVINS and LOIS RALSTON are:
 i. ATLANTA9 BLEVINS.
 ii. CLAUD BLEVINS.
 iii. BERTHA BLEVINS.
 iv. N. EDWARD BLEVINS.

49.  GAINES8 BLEVINS (JONATHAN "JUBER"7, CATHERINE "KATIE"6 TROXELL,  CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Feb 04, 1843, and died Sep 06, 1911.  He married LUCINDA ROBERS.

Children of GAINES BLEVINS and LUCINDA ROBERS are:
 i. BARBARA ANN9 BLEVINS.
 ii. FRANCIS MARION BLEVINS.
 iii. JONATHAN BLEVINS.
 iv. LYDIA EMARINE BLEVINS.
 v. SHERROD WILLIAM BLEVINS.
 vi. ELISHA B. BLEVINS.

Generation No. 9

50.  LUVERNA9 HUFF (ELIZABETH (BETTY)8 ABBOTT, NANCY7 VAUGHN, ELIZABETH "BETTY"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born May 13, 1856 in Nevelsville, KY, and died Aug 21, 1887 in Bur: Keith Cemetery on Nevelsville Rd, 5 mi W of Parkers Lake, KY.  She married DANIEL GODSEY "LITTLE DAN" NEW Aug 01, 1872 in Wayne Co., KY,   AHO Jesse Huff's home, son of WILLIAM NEW and ANNA THOMPSON.  He was born May 08, 1854 in Wayne Co., KY , Births, pg 289, and died 1910 in Indiana; buried in KY per Sharon New Heath.

Notes for DANIEL GODSEY "LITTLE DAN" NEW:
Occupation: Farmer; Wayne Co., KY;  three marriages, son from 2nd marriage
Found in 1880 Pulaski Co. census with Luvernia and four children
Luverna Huff's gggrandaughter, Sharon New Heath supplied Daniel's 2nd and 3rd wives names.

Children of LUVERNA HUFF and DANIEL NEW are:
 i. JAMES LOGAN10 NEW, b. May 25, 1885; m. VIANNA THOMPSON.
56. ii. MATILDA NEW, b. Abt. 1876.
 iii. ROLAND T. NEW, b. Abt. 1876.
57. iv. MARION NEW, b. Feb 16, 1881, Nevelsville, KY; d. Oct 28, 1976, New Castle, Henry Co., IN.
58. v. JOHN FRANCIS NEW, b. Jun 23, 1873; d. Jul 07, 1937.

51.  NANCY "EMERINE"9 HUFF (ELIZABETH (BETTY)8 ABBOTT, NANCY7 VAUGHN, ELIZABETH "BETTY"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Apr 04, 1861, and died Jan 14, 1935 in Bur: Jonesville Cem., Wayne Co., KY.  She married GEORGE WASHINGTON/WESLEY NEW, REV. Abt. 1880, son of LEVI NEW and LUCINDA KEITH.  He was born Aug 04, 1863 in Pulaski Co. or McCreary Co., KY, and died Aug 23, 1939 in Bur: Jonesville Cem., Wayne Co., KY.

Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON/WESLEY NEW, REV.:
George Washington, also was a minister.  Served as pastor at the Greengrove Baptist Church for many years; never stopped preaching until the day he died.

Children of NANCY HUFF and GEORGE NEW are:
 i. CHARLIE10 NEW, b. 1882; d. 1970; m. DARKIE FOSTER.

Notes for CHARLIE NEW: Ordained minister, moved to NC.

 ii. SARAH JANE NEW, b. Jun 1884; m. SIMPSON "SIMP" JONES.
 iii. JESSIE NEW, b. 1885; d. 1944; m. SEFFIE UNDERWOOD, Jun 27, 1907, Pulaski Co., KY; POM John Underwood's;; b. Abt. 1892.

Notes for JESSIE NEW: Ordained minister, preached in the general area of Wayne Co., KY

 iv. MARY ELLEN NEW, b. Jul 1887, Wayne Co., KY or Pulaski Co., KY; m. (1) ? MOORE; m. (2) JOHN W. (JOCK) GRIFFIS, Feb 25, 1904, George New POM; Pul Co. Marr. bk V, pg 98; b. Abt. 1876, Pulaski Co., Ky.

Notes for MARY ELLEN NEW:
Mary Ellen and family moved to Texas; made a trip back for a visit in 1935.  She is buried in Texas.

59. v. JULIA ANN NEW, b. Feb 1891, Pulaski Co., Ky; d. 1946.
 vi. CORNELIUS NEW, b. Jun 1893; d. 1946; m. LOLA MILLER.

Notes for CORNELIUS NEW: Ordained minister, preached in general area of Wayne Co., KY.

60. vii. ETNA LOVERN NEW, b. Sep 28, 1895; d. Jul 28, 1954.
61. viii. SAMUEL "SAM" DAVID NEW, b. 1899; d. 1955.
62. ix. EDDIE ALBERT NEW, b. 1901; d. 1966.
63. x. DORA BELL NEW, b. Jun 10, 1905; d. Jan 11, 1957.

52.  JOHN CASWELL "BIG JOHN"9 MINTON (ABRAHAM PRICE8, MARY A. "POLLY"7 BLEVINS, CATHERINE "KATIE"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Dec 27, 1867, and died Feb 23, 1928.  He married SARAH ELLEN GOSSETT May 08, 1890 in Somerset, Pulaski Co., KY at Popplewell Hotel; witnesses Hattie Gahn & Thomas Gossett by James Denton, J.P.C.C., daughter of WILLIAM GOSSETT and MARY CAIN.  She was born Apr 20, 1872 in Cain's Store, Pulaski Co., KY, and died Mar 12, 1924 in Green River Knob, Pulaski Co., KY.

Children of JOHN MINTON and SARAH GOSSETT are:
 i. WILLIAM MARION10 MINTON, b. Feb 22, 1892, Pulaski Co., KY; d. Nov 1967, Russell Springs, KY..
 ii. HERBERT C. MINTON, b. Jan 15, 1897, Pulaski Co., KY; d. Jun 04, 1913, Green River Knob, Pulaski Co., KY.

Notes for HERBERT C. MINTON:  per Ellen Minton Meece: Herbert's death due to blood poison caused by an accidental gunshot. He was hunting and while crossing a fence, his gun accidently discharged, shooting him in the toe.  This happened at the family farm at the Green River Knob, Pulaski Co., KY.

 iii. MARGARET MINTON, b. Aug 31, 1899, Pulaski Co., KY; d. Nov 06, 1900.
64. iv. SHERMAN MINTON, b. May 03, 1901, Pulaski Co., KY; d. Oct 11, 1958, Lancaster, KY.
 v. CLIFFORD MINTON, b. Mar 13, 1903, Green River Knob, Pulaski Co., KY; d. Mar 31, 1925, Texas.

Notes for CLIFFORD MINTON: per Ellen Minton Meece: Clifford died at the home of his uncle "Bud" Gossett in Texas.  Family believe he never recovered from a fall (at the age of 12) from the family's barn loft.  He was unmarried.  He is buried in the Cain Town Cemetery next to his parents and other family members.

 vi. JESSIE ELMER MINTON, b. Dec 02, 1906, Pulaski Co., KY; d. Pulaski Co., KY.
 vii. JOHN HUBERT MINTON, b. Oct 05, 1908, Pulaski Co., KY; d. Dearborn, MI.
 viii. PEARLIE BEATRICE MINTON, b. Jun 20, 1911.

53.  DORA IRENE9 MINTON (ABRAHAM PRICE8, MARY A. "POLLY"7 BLEVINS, CATHERINE "KATIE"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Dec 24, 1864, and died Apr 20, 1948.  She married JOHN CHRISTOPHER JASPER.  He was born Jan 22, 1867, and died Oct 19, 1947.

Children of DORA MINTON and JOHN JASPER are:
 i. PEARL MAY10 JASPER, b. Mar 06, 1887.
 ii. MINNIE MARIE JASPER, b. Dec 15, 1888.
 iii. IRA JASPER, b. Oct 09, 1890.
 iv. TYLER EVERETT JASPER, b. Oct 27, 1893.
 v. LAWRENCE ABRAHAM JASPER, b. Nov 18, 1895.
 vi. DEWEY ENOCH JASPER, b. Sep 04, 1898.
 vii. MARVIN JASPER JASPER, b. Jan 18, 1904.

54.  ELIZABETH ANNE9 MINTON (ABRAHAM PRICE8, MARY A. "POLLY"7 BLEVINS, CATHERINE "KATIE"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Feb 04, 1858.  She married LEVI LACEY DELK.

Child of ELIZABETH MINTON and LEVI DELK is:
65. i. JOHN HENRY10 DELK. (there were more children)

55.  VALARIE "LARIE" JANE9 MINTON (MARION8, MARY A. "POLLY"7 BLEVINS, CATHERINE "KATIE"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) died in Age 95, per Betty Rainwater Craig.  She married HENRY CLAY CARTER, JR, son of HENRY CARTER and ELIZABETH DICK.

Children of VALARIE MINTON and HENRY CARTER are:
66. i. LORETTA M.10 CARTER, b. Jun 26, 1889; d. Nov 28, 1976.
67. ii. MANGUS CICERO CARTER.
68. iii. ANNA CARTER, b. Nov 05, 1885; d. Jun 29, 1968, West Somerset, KY; Bur. Carter Ridge Cemetery, W Hwy 80 onto 837.

Generation No. 10

56.  MATILDA10 NEW (LUVERNA9 HUFF, ELIZABETH (BETTY)8 ABBOTT, NANCY7 VAUGHN, ELIZABETH "BETTY"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1876.  She married GILSON DICK KEITH Jun 19, 1891 in Pulaski Co., KY.

Children of MATILDA NEW and GILSON KEITH are:
 i. HARVEY11 KEITH.
 ii. RALPH KEITH.
 iii. HAZEL KEITH.

57.  MARION10 NEW (LUVERNA9 HUFF, ELIZABETH (BETTY)8 ABBOTT, NANCY7 VAUGHN, ELIZABETH "BETTY"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Feb 16, 1881 in Nevelsville, KY, and died Oct 28, 1976 in New Castle, Henry Co., IN.  He married (1) VINA ZONA ABBOTT WILSON, daughter of SAMPSON ABBOTT and SUSANNE SPRADLIN.    He married (2) MARY FRANCES "MOLLIE" CASADA Dec 18, 1902 in Indian Creek, Pulaski Co., KY, daughter of REV. CASADA and SARAH DAVIS.  She was born May 23, 1883, and died Jun 05, 1951 in New Castle, Henry Co., IN.

Notes for MARION NEW:
Died at age 95 in Henry Co. Memorial Hospital after a two week illness.  Came from KY in 1928.  Was a member of U.A.W.  Buried in South Mound Cemetery in New Castle.
Occupation: Machinist for Chrysler; A Baptist

Children of MARION NEW and MARY CASADA are:
69. i. CLYDA ANN11 NEW.
 ii. CLARENCE LESTER NEW.
 iii. EVERETT LEE NEW.
 iv. CURTIS "RAY" NEW.

58.  JOHN FRANCIS10 NEW (LUVERNA9 HUFF, ELIZABETH (BETTY)8 ABBOTT, NANCY7 VAUGHN, ELIZABETH "BETTY"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Jun 23, 1873, and died Jul 07, 1937.  He married LUCINDA MARGARET JONES Dec 22, 1891 in AHO J. F. Jones; Wit: Jas. W. Munsey & J.J. Branscomb, daughter of JOSEPH JONES and RUTHA NEW.  She was born Dec 23, 1873.

Notes for JOHN FRANCIS NEW: Tombstone reads: Brother of Marion, son of Luverna

Children of JOHN NEW and LUCINDA JONES are:
70. i. JOSEPH ELLIOTT11 NEW, b. Jan 03, 1893; d. May 27, 1967.
 ii. SALLEY NEW, b. Dec 16, 1894; d. May 06, 1961.
 iii. LAURA NEW, b. Mar 18, 1896; d. Sep 03, 1974.
 iv. WILLIE ESTES NEW, b. Jan 30, 1900; d. Feb 18, 1967.
 v. CORA EDNA NEW, b. Oct 12, 1902; d. Dec 11, 1967.
 vi. COLUMBUS NEW, b. Apr 10, 1905; d. Jan 16, 1959.
 vii. ROBERT C. NEW, b. Aug 10, 1907; d. Sep 20, 1909.
71. viii. MARVIN GEORGE NEW, b. Feb 13, 1910; d. Aug 20, 1982.
 ix. LEO NEW, b. May 30, 1912; d. Jul 11, 1983.
 x. INFANT NEW, b. Aug 04, 1914; d. Aug 04, 1914.
 xi. MATILDA NEW, b. Oct 15, 1915.
 xii. JOSEPH FRANCIS NEW.

59.  JULIA ANN10 NEW (NANCY "EMERINE"9 HUFF, ELIZABETH (BETTY)8 ABBOTT, NANCY7 VAUGHN, ELIZABETH "BETTY"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Feb 1891 in Pulaski Co., Ky, and died 1946.  She married BENJAMIN HARRISON MORROW, son of JERRY MORROW and SARAH UNK.  He was born Abt. 1889 in Wayne Co., KY.

Child of JULIA NEW and BENJAMIN MORROW is:
72. i. LUTHER11 MORROW, b. 1909, Pulaski Co., KY; d. 1950, McCreary Co., KY.

60.  ETNA LOVERN10 NEW (NANCY "EMERINE"9 HUFF, ELIZABETH (BETTY)8 ABBOTT, NANCY7 VAUGHN, ELIZABETH "BETTY"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Sep 28, 1895, and died Jul 28, 1954.  She married JOHN PERRY NEW 1913, son of JAMES NEW and ELIZA TURPIN.  He was born Jul 18, 1873, and died Nov 12, 1956 in Bur: Jonesville Cem., Wayne Co., KY.

Notes for JOHN PERRY NEW:
Used to own the Flossie Post Office and store in Jonesville, KY., Wayne Co.  The post office was later moved across the river and renamed Delta Post Office.
Jonesville Cemetery.  Listing of John's children also was found in June Baldwin Bork book, vital records, vol 5, pg. 57.

Children of ETNA NEW and JOHN NEW are:
73. i. GEORGE WESLEY11 NEW, b. Jul 27, 1916, Flossie, Wayne Co., KY; d. May 01, 1973, Bur: Elk Springs Cemetery, Monticello, KY.  He married JOCIE ELIZABETH DODSON, daughter of JAMES ABRAM GARFIELD DODSON and LEANN GIBSON.
 ii. QUILLIE C. NEW, b. Bet. 1918 - 1919, Wayne Co., KY; d. May 06, 1976; m. ALMA BRYANT.
 iii. ROSCOE NEW, b. Wayne Co., KY; m. CLOMA KEITH.
 iv. OPAL NEW, b. Wayne Co., KY; m. R. L. DENNY.
 v. NOEL NEW, b. Wayne Co., KY; m. UNK RICHARDSON.
 vi. LOIS NEW.
 vii. VIOLA NEW, d. infancy.
 viii. HAZEL NEW, b. 1915; m. UNK JONES.
 ix. VIRGIL NEW, d. infancy.

61.  SAMUEL "SAM" DAVID10 NEW (NANCY "EMERINE"9 HUFF, ELIZABETH (BETTY)8 ABBOTT, NANCY7 VAUGHN, ELIZABETH "BETTY"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born 1899, and died 1955.  He married BERTHA WILSON.

Child of SAMUEL NEW and BERTHA WILSON is:
 i. ROBERTA11 NEW, m. UNK SWAN.

62.  EDDIE ALBERT10 NEW (NANCY "EMERINE"9 HUFF, ELIZABETH (BETTY)8 ABBOTT, NANCY7 VAUGHN, ELIZABETH "BETTY"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born 1901, and died 1966.  He married EVA JANE JONES, daughter of GEORGE JONES and RUTHA NEW.  She was born 1906.

Child of EDDIE NEW and EVA JONES is:
 i. BOBBY R.11 NEW.

63.  DORA BELL10 NEW (NANCY "EMERINE"9 HUFF, ELIZABETH (BETTY)8 ABBOTT, NANCY7 VAUGHN, ELIZABETH "BETTY"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Jun 10, 1905, and died Jan 11, 1957.  She married RESTUS NEW, son of ELIJAH NEW and MARY BRANSCUM.  He was born Oct 14, 1901, and died Feb 28, 1978 in Ky.

Notes for RESTUS NEW:
SS# issued in KY, Last lived zip 42612  Restus went to Indiana for awhile, worked two jobs to make ends meet.  Worked for a trucking firm and at a sawmill.  Finally it was too much and he returned to Kentucky.  He lived about a half mile from a river, known as the Big South Fork.  Now it is known as Lake Cumberland.

Children of DORA NEW and RESTUS NEW are:
 i. ZELLA (ZELA) M.11 NEW, b. Jan 24, 1924; d. Jan 30, 1926;
 ii. JAMES L. NEW, b. Jan 16, 1926; d. Nov 13, 1929, Bur: Jonesville Cemetery, Wayne Co., KY;
 iii. LUVENIA NEW, b. Jun 27, 1927, McCreary Co., KY, Greenwood, KY;  m. ROSCOE ROSE.
74. iv. LEO OSCAR NEW, b. Oct 25, 1930; d. Oct 1986;
 v. DASDA JANE NEW, b. Nov 11, 1932;  m. HURSTEL GODSEY.
 vi. ALPHA G. NEW, b. 1935;  m. HALLOW NEELEY.
75. vii. LOLA M. NEW, b. Abt. 1937;
 viii. CECIL EUGENE NEW, b. Oct 21, 1939; d. Nov 21, 1940, Bur: Jonesville Cemetery, Wayne Co., KY;
76. ix. ROWENA NEW, b. May 20, 1942, Wayne Co., KY, Cooper New's home; d. Dec 21, 1994;
 x. GLENNA V. NEW, b. Oct 10, 1944, Wayne Co., KY, Cooper New's home; m. BILLY MORROW.
 xi. MURIEL "ALENE" NEW, b. Jun 24, 1947, Flossie, Ky., Wayne Co..

Notes for MURIEL "ALENE" NEW:
Muriel "Alene" was the  writer of the book "Precious Memories-News", with the help of Fay Keith.
Fanny's oldest son, Levi, was her great grandfather on her mothers side, while Fanny's third son, James, was her ggg grandfather on her fathers side.

 xii. ROBERTA NEW, b. Nov 17, 1949; Stepchild; m. DON BURTON.

64.  SHERMAN10 MINTON (JOHN CASWELL "BIG JOHN"9, ABRAHAM PRICE8, MARY A. "POLLY"7 BLEVINS, CATHERINE "KATIE"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born May 03, 1901 in Pulaski Co., KY, and died Oct 11, 1958 in Lancaster, KY.  He married UNA MYRTLE LUTTRELL Jun 06, 1927 in AHO Una Myrtle Luttrell parents in Faubush, Pulaski Co., KY.  She was born Dec 01, 1908 in Faubush, Pulaski Co., KY, and died Nov 29, 1994.

Notes for SHERMAN MINTON: Died in an auto accident at Lancaster, KY.

Child of SHERMAN MINTON and UNA LUTTRELL is:
 i. ELLEN11 MINTON, m. WILLIAM MEECE.
ii. RUTH MINTON m. MEECE
iii. FAYE MINTON
iv. CHARLES MINTON
v.  WENDEL MINTON
vi. RAY MINTON

65.  JOHN HENRY10 DELK (ELIZABETH ANNE9 MINTON, ABRAHAM PRICE8, MARY A. "POLLY"7 BLEVINS, CATHERINE "KATIE"6 TROXELL,  CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY)  He married EULA ELFORD OWEN.

Child of JOHN DELK and EULA OWEN is:
77. i. HENRIETTA MOLANE11 DELK.

66.  LORETTA M.10 CARTER (VALARIE "LARIE" JANE9 MINTON, MARION8, MARY A. "POLLY"7 BLEVINS, CATHERINE "KATIE"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Jun 26, 1889, and died Nov 28, 1976.  She married LEWIS MARION TARTER Jan 14, 1904 in Pulaski Co., KY, son of MILTON TARTER and MALINDA CHUMBLEY.  He was born Dec 11, 1874 in Pulaski Co., KY, and died Apr 24, 1946 in Pulaski Co., KY.

Children of LORETTA CARTER and LEWIS TARTER are:
 i. MONNIE11 TARTER, b. Mar 19, 1905, Pulaski Co., KY; m. MARION DYE.
 ii. CASSIUS TARTER, b. Jul 10, 1908, Pulaski Co., KY; d. Mar 31, 1933.
 iii. ALMA-MARR TARTER, b. Nov 16, Pulaski Co., KY; m. VELBER RAINWATER.
 iv. HAZEL TARTER, b. Jun 20, 1912, Pulaski Co., KY; m. RAY DICK.
78. v. ZELLA TARTER, b. Aug 24, 1914, Pulaski Co., KY; d. Mar. 25, 2002, Cincinnati, OH.
 vi. ELZIA TARTER, b. May 16, 1917; m. ELLA BAUGH.

67.  MANGUS CICERO10 CARTER (VALARIE "LARIE" JANE9 MINTON, MARION8, MARY A. "POLLY"7 BLEVINS, CATHERINE "KATIE"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY)  He married IDA DOSE RANDOLPH, daughter of JERIMIAH RANDOLPH and SARAH ADAMS.

Child of MANGUS CARTER and IDA RANDOLPH is:
 i. GENEVA11 CARTER.

68.  ANNA10 CARTER (VALARIE "LARIE" JANE9 MINTON, MARION8, MARY A. "POLLY"7 BLEVINS, CATHERINE "KATIE"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Nov 05, 1885, and died Jun 29, 1968 in West Somerset, KY; Bur. Carter Ridge Cemetery, W Hwy 80 onto 837.  She married HEZEKIAH (HISSIE) SPEARS Mar 09, 1905 in Pulaski Co., KY, son of JAMES SPEARS and ISABELLA SPAW.  He was born Dec 18, 1876 in Pointer Creek, Pulaski Co., Somerset, KY, and died Nov 11, 1953 in West Somerset, KY; Bur. Carter Ridge Cemetery, W Hwy 80 onto 837.

Notes for HEZEKIAH (HISSIE) SPEARS: Cemetery Book I has Hizzie's death date as Nov 10, 1955
Marriage bk V, pg 223:
Mar 9, 1905; SPEARS, Hezekiah  28  1, b PUL Fb Pul MbPul  Farmer
CARTER, Annie 19 1, b PUL FbPUL Mb PUL Louis Green's POM;  Teril Jasper, P. Jasper, Borne Speaw  WIT---SUR  Louis Green PRES

 Children of ANNA CARTER and HEZEKIAH SPEARS are:
 i. IVORY11 SPEARS, d. Lakeside Mem. Gardens; m. CAROLOS STEVENS.
 ii. IDA SPEARS, b. Apr 20, 1908; m. CECIL SURBER.
 iii. CURTIS CLAY SPEARS, b. Feb 28, 1913, Pulaski Co., KY; d. Mar 07, 1978; m. ELIA HARNESS, Jul 29, 1940.
 iv. HOY SPEARS, b. Jan 14, 1915, Pulaski Co., KY; d. Jan 11, 1988; m. (1) FLORA HARNESS; m. (2) MARY GILKEY.
79. v. MARVIN SPEARS, b. Oct 25, 1916, Pulaski Co., KY; d. Nov 02, 1971, Bur: Carter Ridge Cemetery, W Hwy 80 onto 837.
 vi. ILLA SPEARS, b. Oct 10, 1918; d. Sep 04, 1925, Bur: Mintonville Cemetery, Casey Co, KY, W 80 R on 837 at Jct. of 1667..

80. vii. WARREN G. SPEARS, b. Apr 03, 1921; d. Jun 16, 2000.
 viii. ARVIS SPEARS, b. Jul 18, 1923, Pulaski Co., KY; m. MILDRED ADAMS, 1950.

Generation No. 11

69.  CLYDA ANN11 NEW (MARION10, LUVERNA9 HUFF, ELIZABETH (BETTY)8 ABBOTT, NANCY7 VAUGHN, ELIZABETH "BETTY"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY)  She married (1) DENNIS DEWINE QUEENER.    She married (2) RUSSELL VERNON SHAFER.

Child of CLYDA NEW and DENNIS QUEENER is:
 i. ALDEN DUANE12 QUEENER, m. PEGGIE JEANNE DUFFEY.

70.  JOSEPH ELLIOTT11 NEW (JOHN FRANCIS10, LUVERNA9 HUFF, ELIZABETH (BETTY)8 ABBOTT, NANCY7 VAUGHN, ELIZABETH "BETTY"6 TROXELL,  CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Jan 03, 1893, and died May 27, 1967.  He married GEORGIA MELVILLE SANDIFER Apr 22, 1915, daughter of GEORGE SANDIFER and LITHA CASSADA.  She was born Oct 03, 1895, and died Jan 06, 1968.

Children of JOSEPH NEW and GEORGIA SANDIFER are:
 i. HOMER CRANE12 NEW, b. Sep 07, 1916.
 ii. CLARENCE EDWARD NEW, b. Apr 28, 1918.
 iii. ALVINA NEW, b. Jun 22, 1920.
 iv. NOOK NEW, b. Jun 22, 1920.
 v. ROBERT FRANCES NEW, b. Nov 12, 1922.
 vi. JOSEPH NEW, JR., b. May 26, 1925.
 vii. JAMES WILLARD NEW, b. May 07, 1927.
 viii. ORVILLE ANDREW NEW, b. Feb 26, 1932.
 ix. JOHNNIE JASPER NEW, b. Mar 07, 1932.
 x. CHARLES LAYTON NEW, b. Jan 13, 1934.
 xi. WILLIAM NEW, b. Apr 23, 1936.
 

71.  MARVIN GEORGE11 NEW (JOHN FRANCIS10, LUVERNA9 HUFF, ELIZABETH (BETTY)8 ABBOTT, NANCY7 VAUGHN, ELIZABETH "BETTY"6 TROXELL,  CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Feb 13, 1910, and died Aug 20, 1982.  He married MAMIE LEEANN WILLIAMS.  She was born Oct 04, 1911, and died Oct 26, 1999.

Child of MARVIN NEW and MAMIE WILLIAMS is:
 i. GRETTA12 NEW, m. UNK SPRADLIN.

72.  LUTHER11 MORROW (JULIA ANN10 NEW, NANCY "EMERINE"9 HUFF, ELIZABETH (BETTY)8 ABBOTT, NANCY7 VAUGHN, ELIZABETH "BETTY"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born 1909 in Pulaski Co., KY, and died 1950 in McCreary Co., KY.  He married (1) DOROTHY NEW, daughter of ELIJAH NEW and MARY BRANSCUM.  She was born Dec 31, 1914 in Wayne Co., KY, and died Sep 21, 1973 in Bur: Millsprings Cem., Nancy, KY..  He married (2) VADA OWENS.

Notes for LUTHER MORROW: Buried Keith Cem., McCreary Co.
Places of residence were Wayne Co., McCreary and Pulaski Co., KY

Children of LUTHER MORROW and DOROTHY NEW are:
 i. WANDA12 MORROW, m. P. J. NEVELS.
 ii. HELEN MORROW, b. McCreary Co., KY; m. UNK VANOVER.
 iii. PARIS MORROW, b. McCreary Co., KY; m. JULIE UNK.
 iv. LARRY MORROW, b. McCreary Co., KY; m. ANN UNK.
 v. BENNY MORROW, b. McCreary Co., KY; m. SHARON UNK.

Child of LUTHER MORROW and VADA OWENS is:
 vi. HERBERT12 MORROW.

73.  GEORGE WESLEY11 NEW (ETNA LOVERN10, NANCY "EMERINE"9 HUFF, ELIZABETH (BETTY)8 ABBOTT, NANCY7 VAUGHN, ELIZABETH "BETTY"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Jul 27, 1916 in Flossie, Wayne Co., KY, and died May 01, 1973 in Bur: Elk Springs Cemetery (located in Oil Valley?).  He married JOSIE OR JOCIE DODSON, daughter of GARFIELD DODSON and LEE UNK.

Notes for GEORGE WESLEY NEW:
Information about George Wesley and Jocie from June Baldwin Bork book "Wayne Co., Ky Vital Records, vol. 5, page 57.  They are buried at Elk Springs Cemetery, located in Elk Spring Valley, now called Oil Valley.

Children of GEORGE NEW and JOCIE DODSON are:
 i. JOE DARWIN12 NEW.
 ii. MARGIE NEW.

74.  LEO OSCAR11 NEW (DORA BELL10, NANCY "EMERINE"9 HUFF, ELIZABETH (BETTY)8 ABBOTT, NANCY7 VAUGHN, ELIZABETH "BETTY"6 TROXELL,  CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Oct 25, 1930, and died Oct 1986.  He married ARTEMA MORROW.

Notes for LEO OSCAR NEW:
 Leo served as pastor of the Second Street Baptist  Church in Monticello for several years before his death.  He also preached at several churches in Ohio, Indiana and KY.  He was blessed with the talent of music and continually sang for the Lord.  He was ordained as a minister of the gospel at Zion Baptist Church,  and ministered there for several years.  He is buried at the Jonesville Cemetery.

Child of LEO NEW and ARTEMA MORROW is:
81. i. EDDIE LEE12 NEW.

75.  LOLA M.11 NEW (DORA BELL10, NANCY "EMERINE"9 HUFF, ELIZABETH (BETTY)8 ABBOTT, NANCY7 VAUGHN, ELIZABETH "BETTY"6 TROXELL,  CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Abt. 1937.  She married JUNIOR WORLEY.

Child of LOLA NEW and JUNIOR WORLEY is:
 i. MARVIN12 WORLEY, b. Mar 01, 1953; d. Mar 01, 1953, Bur:Jonesville Cem., Wayne Co., KY.

76.  ROWENA11 NEW (DORA BELL10, NANCY "EMERINE"9 HUFF, ELIZABETH (BETTY)8 ABBOTT, NANCY7 VAUGHN, ELIZABETH "BETTY"6 TROXELL,  CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born May 20, 1942 in Wayne Co., KY, Cooper New's home, and died Dec 21, 1994.  She married OBIE PHILLIPS.  He was born Dec 03, 1925.

Children of ROWENA NEW and OBIE PHILLIPS are:
 i. RUBY DORIS12 PHILLIPS, b. Oct 22, 1971; d. Oct 22, 1971, Bur: Jonesville Cemetery, Wayne Co., KY.
 ii. GARY PHILLIPS.
 iii. LARRY PHILLIPS.
 iv. SHELIA PHILLIPS.

77.  HENRIETTA MOLANE11 DELK (JOHN HENRY10, ELIZABETH ANNE9 MINTON, ABRAHAM PRICE8, MARY A. "POLLY"7 BLEVINS, CATHERINE "KATIE"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY)  She married WILLIAM ARNETT, son of ARNETT and MYRTLE HOUK.

Children of HENRIETTA DELK and WILLIAM ARNETT are:
 i. ANGELA12 ARNETT.

Notes for ANGELA ARNETT:
Note from Angela:  "Sometimes I go by Angela Butterfly because my Native American name is Kamama Hutsilhva Satah which means Butterfly Morning Blossom.  Butterfly means, in Native American legends, constant change, growth and metamorphasis.  Houk was my grandmother's name. (grandmother on my father's side.)  She was also Native American...part Cherokee, part Blackfoot.  Myrtle Houk was her name.  Blossom was taken from my 5th great grandmother, Princess Cornblossom Selu=corn   Satah=blossom.  The name was given to me by the Beaver Creek Tribe.  The chief, Chief Crowdog is an even closer relative of Chief Doublehead than I am."
(Angela gave me corrected information that her father's mother was NOT Morning, but Myrtle HOUK;  I have changed the name, but need to confirm with Anglea that the other information I had was correct, that she was Native American of Cherokee & Blackfoot.  For the time being, will leave as is.)  Thanks Angela!

 ii. BOY ARNETT.

78.  ZELLA11 TARTER (LORETTA M.10 CARTER, VALARIE "LARIE" JANE9 MINTON, MARION8, MARY A. "POLLY"7 BLEVINS, CATHERINE "KATIE"6 TROXELL,  CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Aug 24, 1914 in Pulaski Co., KY, and died in Cincinnati, OH.  She married CLYDE R. RAINWATER, son of OSCAR RAINWATER and ADA COOPER.  He was born Oct 03, 1911 in Cemetery book 2, pg 69, and died Feb 19, 1970 in Cemetery book 2, pg 69.

Children of ZELLA TARTER and CLYDE RAINWATER are:
82. i. BETTY12 RAINWATER.
83. ii. BERNIECE F. RAINWATER, d. Nov 02, 2001, Cincinnati, OH.
 iii. DONALD RAINWATER.
 

79.  MARVIN11 SPEARS (ANNA10 CARTER, VALARIE "LARIE" JANE9 MINTON, MARION8, MARY A. "POLLY"7 BLEVINS, CATHERINE "KATIE"6 TROXELL,  CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Oct 25, 1916 in Pulaski Co., KY, and died Nov 02, 1971 in Bur: Carter Ridge Cemetery, W Hwy 80 onto 837.  He married LOLA NEW 1936, daughter of GEORGE NEW and ELSIE MOORE.

Notes for MARVIN SPEARS: Marvin Spears buried in Carter Ridge Cemetery

Child of MARVIN SPEARS and LOLA NEW is:
84. i. NORMAN12 SPEARS, b. 1940, Somerset, KY; d. May 04, 2001, Albany, KY.

80.  WARREN G.11 SPEARS (ANNA10 CARTER, VALARIE "LARIE" JANE9 MINTON, MARION8, MARY A. "POLLY"7 BLEVINS, CATHERINE "KATIE"6 TROXELL,  CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born Apr 03, 1921, and died Jun 16, 2000.  He married LORENA SPAW 1950.

Child of WARREN SPEARS and LORENA SPAW is:
 i. DONNIE LEE12 SPEARS, b. Aug 07, 1948; d. Aug 30, 1996.

Generation No. 12

81.  EDDIE LEE12 NEW (LEO OSCAR11, DORA BELL10, NANCY "EMERINE"9 HUFF, ELIZABETH (BETTY)8 ABBOTT, NANCY7 VAUGHN, ELIZABETH "BETTY"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY)

Children of EDDIE LEE NEW are:
 i. JUDY13 NEW.
 ii. MICHAEL NEW.
 iii. STEVE NEW.
 iv. RANDY NEW.
 

82.  BETTY12 RAINWATER (ZELLA11 TARTER, LORETTA M.10 CARTER, VALARIE "LARIE" JANE9 MINTON, MARION8, MARY A. "POLLY"7 BLEVINS, CATHERINE "KATIE"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY)  She married (1) UNK GARDNER.    She married (2) RALPH CRAIG.

Children of BETTY RAINWATER and UNK GARDNER are:
 i. MARK13 GARDNER.
 ii. RUSTY GARDNER.

83.  BERNIECE F.12 RAINWATER (ZELLA11 TARTER, LORETTA M.10 CARTER, VALARIE "LARIE" JANE9 MINTON, MARION8, MARY A. "POLLY"7 BLEVINS, CATHERINE "KATIE"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) died Nov 02, 2001 in Cincinnati, OH.  She married PAUL MANNING.

Children of BERNIECE RAINWATER and PAUL MANNING are:
 i. BRIAN13 MANNING.
 ii. GINGER MANNING.

84.  NORMAN12 SPEARS (MARVIN11, ANNA10 CARTER, VALARIE "LARIE" JANE9 MINTON, MARION8, MARY A. "POLLY"7 BLEVINS, CATHERINE "KATIE"6 TROXELL,  CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY) was born 1940 in Somerset, KY, and died May 04, 2001 in Albany, KY.  He married JONELLE KOGER.

Children of NORMAN SPEARS and JONELLE KOGER are:
 i. STEPHEN13 SPEARS, m. JANET UNK.
85. ii. LINDA SPEARS.

Generation No. 13

85.  LINDA13 SPEARS (NORMAN12, MARVIN11, ANNA10 CARTER, VALARIE "LARIE" JANE9 MINTON, MARION8, MARY A. "POLLY"7 BLEVINS, CATHERINE "KATIE"6 TROXELL, CORNBLOSSOM5, CHUQUALATAGUE4 "DOUBLEHEAD", CHIEF GREAT3 EAGLE, CHIEF MOYTOY OF2 TELLICO, AMATOYA1 MOYTOY)  She married ADAMS.

Child of LINDA SPEARS and ADAMS is:
 i. JERRICK14 ADAMS.

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NOTE: It has recently come to my attention (Nov.2006), and I must pass it to the viewers, that much of Danny Troxell's information may be/probably is 'myth' only; especially concerning the Great Cherokee Children's Massacre at Ywahoo Falls'.  SO RESEARCH, RESEARCH....I, personally, cannot claim the information is or is not correct from Mr. Troxell's site.

The sites below are by Danny Troxell, direct descendant of Princess Cornblossom and Jake Troxell's youngest son.  A wealth of information. (??) Please visit.
Journey into the wonders and mysteries of the Thunderbold Cherokee through the eyes of a
 Cherokee family:      http://trox11.tripod.com/native/native.htm
  http://trox11.tripod.com/native/cornwedding.htm
 Narrative by Dan Troxell "The Great Cherokee Children Massacre at Ywahoo Falls"
 http://trox11.tripod.com/native/massacre.htm

There are many more sites concerning Chief Doublehead & Beloved Woman Cornblossom ancestors and descendants....I will add these later.

Here is one site that is very informative of the Cherokee Indian Nations.  This site was kind enough to contact me and invited me to visit.  A lot of research has been done and some of it has been inserted here; shows Appalachian Cherokee and other connections to Chief Red Bird of Kentucky, Chief Benge, Chief Crane of the Boone era and Dillon Asher of Kentucky and Benge's relative, DOUBLEHEAD..   http://www.cherokeecouncilofamerica.info
 

(I know that I will probably leave someone out, and if I do, please accept my apologies.)  I
 have been trying to find a link from Princess Cornblossom to my direct line (which I haven't) but until I created this page, did not realize how many of my cousins were in this line...so along the way, many, many have contributed this information.

        Sources that have been very helpful:
        Angela Arnett, Gretta Spradlin, descendants of  Cornblossom
        Library at Monticello, Wayne Co., KY
        Kenneth T. Coffey book "Legend's of The Che-nee River People"
        Betty Rainwater Craig, Ellen Minton Meece
        Several sites on the internet, through Family Tree Maker and Rootsweb.
        North Georgia internet site
        Alene New's book Precious Memories
        Notes of Margaret Mounce-internet
        Coats Family Blueprints-internet
        Stray Leaves by Eric James internet site

***7/23/2003:  I must say that I have been overwhelmed by the responses that I have had to my pages..they have been very pleasant and helpful.  I have gained so much more information, corrections and additions from so MANY, MANY generous 'cousins', that I cannot begin to list them all or THANK THEM ENOUGH!!!  Thanks to all that have signed my guest book, sent me emails with information.  You know who you are...I am forever grateful!