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Moytoy, of Tellico

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Moytoy, of Tellico

Postby D J Thornton » Thu Mar 19, 2020 10:00 pm

https://www.geni.com/people/Moytoy-of-T ... 4086139262

Moytoy, of Tellico
Also Known As: "Moytoy", "Amatoya", "Trader Carpenter", "Rain or Water Conjuror", "Amoadawehi", "Amahetai", "Head warrior of Tellico of the Overhills", "Trader", "Water Conjurer", ""Trader" Carpenter the 1st Moytoy Chief of Chota", "Rain Maker", "Amo-adawehi", "CHIEF OF TELLICO", "SUPREME CHI..."
Birthdate: circa 1687
Birthplace: Tellico, Cherokee Nation (current East Tennessee)
Death: 1741 (49-58)
Place of Burial: Nikwasi, Franklin, North Carolina
Immediate Family:
Husband of NN partner of Moytoy
Father of Amouskositte Moytoy, Uku of Great Tellico
Occupation: Headman of Tellico, Chief of all Cherokees 1675, Chief of cherokee nation 1730-1760, Principal chief Wolf Clan
Managed by: Pam Wilson
Last Updated: January 22, 2019

I recommend following Pam Wilson, she is A Professor working on NC population, I find many Kin in her Database.

by:Gwyneth McNeil
If. You are new to looking at Geni, click on Pam Name gets to her profile, and you can search on Alpha list.

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Re: Moytoy, of Tellico

Postby D J Thornton » Fri Mar 20, 2020 9:38 pm

This is a good start , I recommend her based on research sharing , including sources and this database will help you find your location kin and how they might or do connect to Moytoy

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Re: Moytoy, of Tellico

Postby D J Thornton » Sat Mar 21, 2020 10:31 pm

by:Gwyneth McNeil

https://www.geni.com/people/Gwyneth-McNeil/4155517

“focus on finding validated bloodlines through possibly mythic connections.“

This is the same method we use for Native Americans Oral Traditions, And I find kin here. Her data comes up often for me.


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