Elsie “Akie” Walkingstick is my husband’s 3rd Great Grandmother. I am trying to confirm her husband and parents. I have found a possible husband (Conseenee Bushyhead Moytoy), but it is not confirmed. I have also seen a possible father for Bushyhead (Young Dragging Canoe). Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Genealogy Queries by surname - Moytoy
I had always been told that our family had native american ancestors so it was not a shock when I started working on my genealogy that I came across my 6th Great Grandmother -Catherine “Rising Fawn” Moytoy. She married William Presley Self in 1751 and had my 5th Great Grandfather, Issac Self in 1759. I
I am researching my 5th great grandmother, Martha Whiting, who appears on the Drennen Roll family 605 in Talequah with Nancy Holmes, whom I believe was her sister. Martha was married to Adam Poole Vandiver and her alleged heritage is Cherokee, although I do not have any clue who her legitimate parents were. I have
I’ve been searching for several years for my Cherokee link. My grandfather was a man who taught me profound respect for Native communities and who served as an elementary school teacher for the Crow. I have family that worked as doctors, hunters and friends for other tribes and I am a counselor for a Pacific
I am looking for documents that can link Frances Tyner 1780- 1840 (married to Richard Tyner) with Cornelius and A-Nu-We-Gi or ah nee wa kee or annawakee Doughtery (or Daughtery). Then link Ah Nee Wa Kee to Amatoya Moytoy. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I have loads of names from ancestry.com but their isn’t
Seeking information on my family. 7th Great Grandparents: Mary Running Water Hoskins, b.1786 TN d.1825 Volga, Floyd County, KY (buried in Old Indian Cemetery on Mt. Misery). Eastern Cherokee. WHO WERE HER PARENTS??? She married: Robert Sanborn Williams, b. 1788 NC d. 1851 Red Bush, Johnson County, KY. His wife, his mother, and his paternal
Is there a document or record proving the marriage between William Presley Self (1732-1812) and Catharine Ghi-Go-Ne-Li Rising Fawn Moytoy (1730-1800)? (Any other proof of her relationship to her tribe would be wonderful) Rising Fawn was also allegedly married to Ghi Go Ne Li Bushyhead.
Trying to find his parents and lines.