Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Nancy Moytoy of the Wolf Clan (born ca. 1683)


Daughter of Amatoy Moytoy 1683 - 1741 My 8g Grandmother
Nancy Moytoy of the Wolf Clan (born ca. 1683) was a member of the Cherokee/Shawnee Moytoy-Carpenter dynasty. She was the eldest daughter of the Cherokee chief Moytoy I of Chota and the mother of Attacullaculla. She was the wife of Moytoy III (Savannah Tom Carpenter), who was Attacullaculla's father, and later to his adopted brother Moytoy IV (Raven of Chota Carpenter). Her mother was Quatsy of Tellico, of the Wolf Clan.

Nancy Moytoy was the daughter of Chief Amatoya Moytoy I, she married White Owl Raven who was a captive Algonquin,and who was adopted into the clan, and raised by another Cherokee Woman named Nancy.

Children of Nancy Moytoy and White Owl Raven:

1. Chief Attakullakulla-born 1708 in Seivers Island,Tn and died May 1777,In Natchestown, NC which is now Tennessee.
2. Killaneca the Buck-born 1712,Tellico,TN- 1761, Cherokee, TN
3. Killaque Raven- born 1714-Tellico,TN- died 1757-TN
4. Tame Doe Raven, born 1716,Cherokee Nation,TN died 1760,Cherokee, TN
5. Betsy Owl Raven, born 1730,Cherokee Nation,TN died May 1777, Alabama

19 comments:

  1. Note that Cherokee Chief Dragging Canoe is also listed as a son of Chief Attakullakulla. Attakullakulla apparently signed the Treaty of Sycamore Shoals, ceding parts of Cannatuckahoe (Kentucky) to the Colonials, or early United States. His son, Dragging Canoe, also known as The Canoe, left the Sycamore Treaty Grounds, refused to sign, and went on the warpath from Kentucky for years.

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  2. I belong to this lineage and was wondering if maybe I could have someone contact me I have some questions my email address is joshybearsbaby@yahoo.com or my facebook is Kathy Pippen Turner any help would be appreciated

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  3. I love studying my ancestry thru Moytoy and SuGhi and I find more info all the time. I was thrilled to find Moytoys parents and grandparents.I was also suprised to find out that they were Euros. The Native bloodline finds its way back in thru some Cherokee and Shawnee spouses. Its a great history, there are a lot of different takes on it but Im just proud to be who and what I am always.Its so exciting to make new discoveries . I love to think we are breathing air they all breathed and their blood pulses like fire thru our veins.I pray that our heritage, our culture and languages never die. I am from the line of Elizabeth McDaniel and James Thomas Essary.

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  4. One version of Moytoy, Maytoy, Maytoya, Maytog, Maytag, etc, is the Cherokee spelling: Mo'Doi or similar spellings. This confirms traditional Cherokee stories and the fact of the Cherokee Maytoy line is provable up until this very day, including the Doublehead and other lines related to Maytoy like Aaron Redbird Brock. Europeans married into the line, but are not the the origin of the line. The same is true for various links to the Cherokee Emperor(s)lines connected to the Cherokee Uku and Uchi (Yuchi) and Natchez(Natchers) and Indian American Sun Emperor lines with ties to somewhat like the Aztec related to the Toltec (Tali)and Taki (Tackett)Cherokee lines. Indians are the origin of the lines.

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  5. Axchuse my anglish in the above posting, the point is that the Cherokee Indian, and Native American Cherokee and various relatives from full blood to major and minor bloods, are very real then and now, including Doublehead (Doublhead and Head and other spelllings)family lines linked to the Maytoy (Mo'Doi)lines.

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  6. "Anonymous" - small world. I'm from the line of Elizabeth McDaniel and James Thomas Essary also. My last name, as a matter of fact, is Essary. I like you am fascinated by the blood that runs in our veins and hope to honor those that went before us by my words and actions.

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    1. i am the great gransdson of minnie essary 1879 , found out she is a direct descendant of ama do ya moytoy , my grand mother was mary dedie franks ,but her mother was minnie essary

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  7. O si yo I hear your words and admire your work.
    Chief Night Wolf Relative if your words are correct. Wolf Clan Cherokee, upper Cumberlands Tn.WBCI.ORG THE WOODLAND BAND OF CHEROKEE INDIANS

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  8. Can someone please tell me who was Wut-teh (Sally)parents?

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  9. I need clarification on the birth and death dates of Betsy.

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  10. Do you have info on Phoebe who married Hardy Crews? She was the mother of Ann Crews. raynichols66@gmail.com

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  11. Looking for Nancy Brock b about 1777 married to John Sears in Knox County Tenn. 1779. Surety was signed by George Brock. I can find no other traces of either of them. She could be a sister to George from the George Brock brother to Red Bird? any information to trace her parents would be appreciated.
    Contact me on Ancestry wasRtalley1958

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    1. Looked for Nancy or John in my people on Ancestry. Sorry I am no help, but possibly someone else has info?

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    2. From what I have found Nancy and James Brock had a son name George Brock 1816-1902. I have read some people found her listed as a Brook also. Hope this helps any.

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    3. I am looking for info on Running Wolf 1636-1678 m. Autumn Rose. 2 children-Mildred Lily Wolf and White Lily--Mildred married William Bell II born 1720-2/26/1802. any help would be appreciated

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  12. still hoping someone can help me with info on running wolf,,i got his name while tracing my fam tree to the wife of eppy nedius guion porter,,any help appreciatedd

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  13. still hoping someone can help me with info on running wolf,,i got his name while tracing my fam tree to the wife of eppy nedius guion porter,,any help appreciatedd

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