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Subject: Re: [KY-INTERTRIBAL] Re: Kentucky Center for Native American Art and Culture/Chief DoubleHead
Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2005 16:06:49 -0800
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Perhaps parts of this may give someone here something to go on, this is what
I have in my tree

Melissa Collinsworth
Descendants of Chief Chuqualataque Doublehead




Generation No. 1


1. CHIEF CHUQUALATAQUE1 DOUBLEHEAD was born 1744 in Stearns, McCreary
County, Kentucky, and died 09 Aug 1807 in Hiwasse River, Monroe County,
Tennessee. He married (1) KATEEYEAH WILSON. He married (2) NANNIE THE PAIN
DRUMGOOLE. He married (3) CREAT PREIBER 1757, daughter of CHRISTIAN PREIBER
and CLOGITTIYEAH PREIBER. She was born 1740 in Tellico Plains, Tennessee,
and died 1790 in Stearns, McCreary County, Kentucky.

Notes for CHIEF CHUQUALATAQUE DOUBLEHEAD:

He was a Chickamaugan Chief[Broderbund WFT Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #5562, Date
of Import: Nov 18, 1998] Cherokee Chief also "Double head" or Cellarage
buried at Double Head Gap, Wayne Co., KY[King.FBC.FTW]

More About CHIEF CHUQUALATAQUE DOUBLEHEAD:

Burial: There is a Chief Doublehead grave listed in the Wayne Co, KY
Cemetery Book. The directions listed in the book read: 8 miles N.E. of
Gregory at Doublehead Gap on Rd 790. This would be N.E. of Monticello, KY

Notes for CREAT PREIBER:

She is thought to have been the daughter of a German trader and Cherokee
Mother[King.FBC.FTW]

More About CHIEF DOUBLEHEAD and CREAT PREIBER:

Marriage: 1757


Children of CHIEF DOUBLEHEAD and KATEEYEAH WILSON are:

i. TASSEL2 DOUBLEHEAD, b. 1798; d. 1807.

ii. PEGGY DOUBLEHEAD, b. 1800.


Children of CHIEF DOUBLEHEAD and NANNIE DRUMGOOLE are:

iii. BIRD TAIL2 DOUBLEHEAD, b. 1795.

iv. ALCY DOUBLEHEAD, b. 1800.

v. SUSANNAH DOUBLEHEAD, b. 1805; m. GEORGE CHISHOLM; b. 1814, Arkansas.


Children of CHIEF DOUBLEHEAD and CREAT PREIBER are:

2. vi. CREVET2 DOUBLEHEAD, b. 1760.

vii. SALEECHIE DOUBLEHEAD, b. 1762.

viii. TUCKAHOE DOUBLEHEAD, b. 1762; m. MARGARET MOUNCE; b. 1768.

Notes for TUCKAHOE DOUBLEHEAD:

The Murder of Truckage, brother of Corn blossom, son of Chief Double head
(Tal-Su`Ka`) Tuck was the brother of Cornblossom and the son of Chickamaugan
Chief Doublehead. After the Treaty of Sycamore Shoals, Chief Doublehead and
his wife, accompanied by Cornblossom and her brother Tuckahoe, moved to
Hines` Cave, in what we know as Wayne County Kentucky today. This treaty
required all Cherokees to leave the country north of the Cumberland River.
Jacob Troxel, or Big Jake, was assigned to work with the Indians of the
Upper Cumberland River. He made friends with a young Cherokee brave named
Tuckahoe after he reached the old French trading post at Vincennes which was
the center of the western Indian trade. After their journey of about 200
miles Big Jake and young Tuckahoe came to Tuckahoe`s home where Big Jake met
Chief Doublehead and was received by the chief with great respect and
ceremony due a distinguished visitor. Not long after the close of the
Revolutionary War, John Mounce and family moved[King.FBC.FTW]

3. ix. NI GO DI GE YU DOUBLEHEAD, b. 1764.

4. x. PRINCESS CORNBLOSSOM DOUBLEHEAD, b. 1765, Stearns, McCreary County,
Kentucky; d. 09 Aug 1810, Stearns, McCreary County, Kentucky.

5. xi. GU LU STI YU DOUBLEHEAD, b. 1768; d. 1818, Blue Springs, Bradley
County, Tennessee..



Generation No. 2


2. CREVET2 DOUBLEHEAD (CHIEF CHUQUALATAQUE1) was born 1760. She married
ALEXANDER WILKINS.


Child of CREVET DOUBLEHEAD and ALEXANDER WILKINS is:

i. CREAVET3 WILKINS, b. 1783; m. UNKNOWN JONES 2.



3. NI GO DI GE YU2 DOUBLEHEAD (CHIEF CHUQUALATAQUE1) was born 1764. She
married SAMUEL RILEY. He was born 1750, and died 1817 in Blue Springs,
Bradley County, Tennessee..

Notes for SAMUEL RILEY:

Family: Raised his children by white standards Marital Status: Married two
sisters from the Long Hair Clan Buried on his reservation. Headstone list
him as "Chief Riley" A Record Book of The Proceedings of the Supreme Court
of the Cherokee Nation; "The court recognizes the will of Samuel Riley,
deceased, to be his last will and testament as authenticated by the
deposition of R Richards, Physician [sic], who attended on said Sam`l Riley,
dec`d, in his last sickness, given from under my hand at New Town this 25th
of October, 1825. [signed] John Martin C S C[King.FBC.FTW]

Children of NI DOUBLEHEAD and SAMUEL RILEY are:

i. JAMES3 RILEY.

ii. CATHERINE RILEY.

iii. MARTHA RILEY.

iv. MADISON RILEY.

Notes for MADISON RILEY:

Died young]

v. NELSON RILEY, m. (1) MARY CORDELL; m. (2) ELIZABETH THOMPSON.



4. PRINCESS CORNBLOSSOM2 DOUBLEHEAD (CHIEF CHUQUALATAQUE1) was born 1765 in
Stearns, McCreary County, Kentucky, and died 09 Aug 1810 in Stearns,
McCreary County, Kentucky. She married (1) JACOB JAKE TROXELL, son of PETER
TROXELL and ANNA HUNSECKER. He was born 1757 in Philidelphia, Pennsylvania.
She married (2) GEORGE JACOB TROXEL 1780, son of DAVID TRACHSEL and ANNA
SAEGER. He was born 18 Jan 1758 in Frederick County, Maryland, and died 01
Jul 1843 in Dekalb County, Alabama.

Notes for PRINCESS CORNBLOSSOM DOUBLEHEAD:

Chief Doublehead. On 7 April 1803 a marriage Bond was made by Jonathan
Blevins and Elisha Blevins to the Honorable James Girrard, Governor of
Kentucky, in the sum of fifty pounds to consummate the marriage of Jonathan
Blevins to Katy Troxel daughter of Jacob "Big Jake" Troxel and Princess
Cornblossom, daughter of Chief Chuqualatague. Consent of Jacob Troxel,
father of the bride, was proven by John Troxel. There is an historical
marker located at her burial site in Stearns, KY. She accompanied her father
to the signing of the Treaty of Sycamore Shoals, 1775 as a girl. This treaty
transferred Cherokee Land between the Ohio River and Cumberland River to the
Transylvania Society. Killed Han Blackberne with a single shot through the
heart. She used her brother Tuckahoe`s brand new gun that he had with him at
the time of his murder. Two braves that she had with her killed Monday.
Indian[King.FBC.FTW]

Princess Cornblossom is the daughter of Chief Chuqualatague aka Chief
Doublehead. On 7 April 1803 a marriage Bond was made by Jonathan Blevins and
Elisha Blevins to the Honorable James Girrard, Governor of Kentucky, in the
sum of fifty pounds to consummate the marriage of Jonathan Blevins to Katy
Troxel daughter of Jacob "Big Jake" Troxel and Princess Cornblossom,
daughter of Chief Chuqualatague. Consent of Jacob Troxel, father of the
bride, was proven by John Troxel. There is an historical marker located at
her burial site in Stearns, KY. She accompanied her father to the signing of
the Treaty of Sycamore Shoals, 1775 as a girl. This treaty transferred
Cherokee Land between the Ohio River and Cumberland River to the
Transylvania Society. Killed Han Blackberne with a single shot through the
heart. She used her brother Tuckahoe`s brand new gun that he had with him at
the time of his murder. Two braves that she had with her killed Monday.
Indian

Notes for GEORGE JACOB TROXEL:

AKA BIG JAKE Jacob Troxell War Monument Marshes Siding (at Yahoo Falls),
McCreary County, Kentucky. War Memorial: Troxell, Jacob Pennsylvania, PVT. 6
Co. Philadelphia Co. Militia, Revolutionary War. Jan 18 1758 -- Oct 10,
1810. Monument is inscribed with Star of David. Mr. Richard M. Troxell (per
Troxell Trails) shows him as being born in 1759 and dyeing 1 July 1843 in
DeKalb County, Alabama. According to Mr. Gilbert Troxell and Mr. Sterlin
Troxell, Jacob Troxell was born in 1758 and is buried at Otter Creek in the
Troxell Cemetery in an unmarked grave. Jacob enlisted in Washington`s
Colonial Army at age 16 (actually 18) and after 4 years military service, he
hit the pioneer trail westward as a trader to the Indians in the Cumberland
wilderness, reaching this area during the winter of 1779. (conflict
resolution- he and the Blevins did not live here until much later - VA
letter states 1802) He was known as Big Jake. At the age of 21, (1779) he
married Princess Cornblossom, the daughter of C[King.FBC.FTW]

More About GEORGE TROXEL and PRINCESS DOUBLEHEAD:

Marriage: 1780


Children of PRINCESS DOUBLEHEAD and GEORGE TROXEL are:

6. i. PETER JACOB3 TROXEL, b. 1781, Loudon County, Virginia; d. 01 Jul 1843,
Wayne County, Kentucky.

7. ii. CATHERINE `KATY` TROXEL, b. 1783, Loudon County, Virginia; d. 1844,
Oneida, Scott County, Tennessee.

iii. MARY `POLLY` TROXEL, b. 1785, Wayne County, Kentucky; m. TARLTON
BLEVINS, 16 Jan 1804; b. 1780, Wayne County, Kentucky.

More About TARLTON BLEVINS and MARY TROXEL:

Marriage: 16 Jan 1804

iv. MARGARET `PEGGY` TROXEL, b. 1789, Frederick County, Maryland; m. JAMES
BELL, 13 Jul 1809; b. 1788, Buckingham County, Virginia; d. Apr 1854, Wayne
County, Kentucky.

More About JAMES BELL and MARGARET TROXEL:

Marriage: 13 Jul 1809

8. v. ELIZABETH `BETTY` TROXEL, b. 1792, Frederick County, Maryland; d.
Slavens, McCreary County, Kentucky.

vi. SARAH TROXEL, b. 1798, Sullivan County, Tennessee; m. THOMAS BELL, 09
Feb 1818; b. 1798, Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky; d. 1844.

More About THOMAS BELL and SARAH TROXEL:

Marriage: 09 Feb 1818

9. vii. WILLIAM TROXEL, b. 1800, Wayne County, Kentucky; d. 15 May 1882,
Jackson County, Alabama.



5. GU LU STI YU2 DOUBLEHEAD (CHIEF CHUQUALATAQUE1) was born 1768, and died
1818 in Blue Springs, Bradley County, Tennessee.. She married SAMUEL RILEY.
He was born 1750, and died 1817 in Blue Springs, Bradley County, Tennessee..

Notes for SAMUEL RILEY:

Family: Raised his children by white standards Marital Status: Married two
sisters from the Long Hair Clan Buried on his reservation. Headstone list
him as "Chief Riley" A Record Book of The Proceedings of the Supreme Court
of the Cherokee Nation; "The court recognizes the will of Samuel Riley,
deceased, to be his last will and testament as authenticated by the
deposition of R Richards, Physician [sic], who attended on said Sam`l Riley,
dec`d, in his last sickness, given from under my hand at New Town this 25th
of October, 1825. [signed] John Martin C S C[King.FBC.FTW]

Children of GU DOUBLEHEAD and SAMUEL RILEY are:

i. RICHARD3 RILEY, b. 1781, Roane County, Tennessee; d. 1824; m. DIANA
CAMPBELL.

ii. NANNIE RILEY, b. 1788, Roane County, Tennessee; d. 1805; m. JOHN MCNARY;
b. 1780; d. 1856.

iii. MARY RILEY, b. 1790, Roane County, Tennessee; d. Mar 1829; m. SAMUEL
KEYS JR, 02 Apr 1808; b. 1787, Virginia; d. 04 Apr 1855, Jackson County,
Alabama.

More About SAMUEL KEYS and MARY RILEY:

Marriage: 02 Apr 1808

iv. ELIZABETH RILEY, b. 11 Jan 1794, Roane County, Tennessee; d. 1857; m.
ISAAC KEYS; b. 1790.

v. JOHN RILEY B.1796, b. 1796, Roane County, Tennessee; d. 14 Feb 1845.

vi. NELLIE RILEY, b. 1798, Roane County, Tennessee; m. CHARLES COODY.

Notes for CHARLES COODY:

One of the founders of Coody`s Bluff[King.FBC.FTW]

One of the founders of Coody`s Bluff

vii. SALLIE RILEY, b. 1800, Roane County, Tennessee; d. 1871; m. WILLIAM
KEYS; b. 1794; d. 1871, before.

viii. LOONEY RILEY, b. 12 Nov 1800, Roane County, Tennessee; d. 28 Feb 1883;
m. RACHEL STUART, 1818; b. 1803; d. 15 Apr 1883.

Notes for LOONEY RILEY:

Riley Family Cemetery, Nowata County, Sec 14-T26-R16E[King.FBC.FTW]

Riley Family Cemetery, Nowata County, Sec 14-T26-R16E

More About LOONEY RILEY and RACHEL STUART:

Marriage: 1818

ix. LUCY RILEY, b. 1802, Roane County, Tennessee; d. 1857.

x. LOUISA RILEY, b. 1804, Roane County, Tennessee; m. DENNIS BIGGS; b. 1798.

xi. RACHEL RILEY, b. 1808, Roane County, Tennessee.



Generation No. 3


6. PETER JACOB3 TROXEL (PRINCESS CORNBLOSSOM2 DOUBLEHEAD, CHIEF
CHUQUALATAQUE1) was born 1781 in Loudon County, Virginia, and died 01 Jul
1843 in Wayne County, Kentucky. He married (1) STANDING FERN 1801. She was
born 1785. He married (2) JANE JENNIE STEVENSON 17 Jan 1804. She was born
1785 in Wayne County, Kentucky.

Notes for PETER JACOB TROXEL:

Chief Little Jake[King.FBC.FTW]

Chief Little Jake

More About PETER TROXEL and STANDING FERN:

Marriage: 1801

More About PETER TROXEL and JANE STEVENSON:

Marriage: 17 Jan 1804


Children of PETER TROXEL and JANE STEVENSON are:

i. MARY `POLLY`4 TROXEL, b. 1803, Wayne County, Kentucky; m. WILLIAM OWENS,
11 Aug 1825; b. 1800.

More About WILLIAM OWENS and MARY TROXEL:

Marriage: 11 Aug 1825

10. ii. JACOB TROXEL, b. 1804, Wayne County, Kentucky; d. Wayne County,
Kentucky.

11. iii. GEORGE WASHINGTON TROXEL SR, b. 1809, Wayne County, Kentucky; d.
1900.



7. CATHERINE `KATY`3 TROXEL (PRINCESS CORNBLOSSOM2 DOUBLEHEAD, CHIEF
CHUQUALATAQUE1) was born 1783 in Loudon County, Virginia, and died 1844 in
Oneida, Scott County, Tennessee. She married (1) JONATHON BLEVINS. He was
born 1779 in West Virginia, and died 23 May 1863. She married (2) JONATHAN
BLEVINS 07 Apr 1803. He was born 1779 in Virginia, and died 21 Mar 1863 in
Scott County, Tennessee.

Notes for CATHERINE `KATY` TROXEL:

Buried in Katy Blevins Cemetery in Oneida, Scott County,
Tennessee[King.FBC.FTW]

Buried in Katy Blevins Cemetery in Oneida, Scott County, Tennessee

Notes for JONATHAN BLEVINS:

Buried in Hatfield Cemetery in Station Camp, Scott County,
Tennessee[King.FBC.FTW]

Buried in Hatfield Cemetery in Station Camp, Scott County, Tennessee

More About JONATHAN BLEVINS and CATHERINE TROXEL:

Marriage: 07 Apr 1803


Child of CATHERINE TROXEL and JONATHON BLEVINS is:

12. i. TALTON4 BLEVINS, b. 1810, Wayne County, Kentucky.



8. ELIZABETH `BETTY`3 TROXEL (PRINCESS CORNBLOSSOM2 DOUBLEHEAD, CHIEF
CHUQUALATAQUE1) was born 1792 in Frederick County, Maryland, and died in
Slavens, McCreary County, Kentucky. She married JAMES WILLIAM VAUGH 17 Sep
1812. He was born 1788 in Georgia, and died in Monticello, Wayne County,
Kentucky.

Notes for ELIZABETH `BETTY` TROXEL:

Buried in Kidd`s Crossing Cemetery in Slavens, McCreary County,
Kentucky[King.FBC.FTW]

Buried in Kidd`s Crossing Cemetery in Slavens, McCreary County, Kentucky

Notes for JAMES WILLIAM VAUGH:

Buried in Kidd`s Crossing Cemetery in Slavens, McCreary County,
Kentucky[King.FBC.FTW]

Buried in Kidd`s Crossing Cemetery in Slavens, McCreary County, Kentucky

More About JAMES VAUGH and ELIZABETH TROXEL:

Marriage: 17 Sep 1812


Child of ELIZABETH TROXEL and JAMES VAUGH is:

13. i. ELIZABETH4 VAUGH.



9. WILLIAM3 TROXEL (PRINCESS CORNBLOSSOM2 DOUBLEHEAD, CHIEF CHUQUALATAQUE1)
was born 1800 in Wayne County, Kentucky, and died 15 May 1882 in Jackson
County, Alabama. He married CATHERINE FARRIS 1820. She was born 1803 in
Virginia, and died in Jackson County, Alabama.

Notes for WILLIAM TROXEL:

AKA (Facts Pg): Little Willie or Little Loud Wolf Moved: 1817, Secretly took
his father Jacob and moved to Alabama[King.FBC.FTW]

AKA (Facts Pg): Little Willie or Little Loud Wolf Moved: 1817, Secretly took
his father Jacob and moved to Alabama

More About WILLIAM TROXEL and CATHERINE FARRIS:

Marriage: 1820


Children of WILLIAM TROXEL and CATHERINE FARRIS are:

i. DAN4 TROXEL.

ii. ELIZABETH TROXELL, b. 20 Aug 1822; d. 20 Nov 1868; m. LEROY H BREWER.



Generation No. 4


10. JACOB4 TROXEL (PETER JACOB3, PRINCESS CORNBLOSSOM2 DOUBLEHEAD, CHIEF
CHUQUALATAQUE1) was born 1804 in Wayne County, Kentucky, and died in Wayne
County, Kentucky. He married (1) SARAH `SALLY` ABBOTT 27 Mar 1821, daughter
of JOSEPH ABBOTT. She was born 1805 in North Carolina, and died 24 May 1853
in Wayne County, Kentucky. He married (2) TELITHA UNKNOWN 1850.

Notes for JACOB TROXEL:

Buried in Wayne County, Kentucky[King.FBC.FTW]

Buried in Wayne County, Kentucky

More About JACOB TROXEL and SARAH ABBOTT:

Marriage: 27 Mar 1821

More About JACOB TROXEL and TELITHA UNKNOWN:

Marriage: 1850


Children of JACOB TROXEL and SARAH ABBOTT are:

i. PETER5 TROXEL, b. 1824, Wayne County, Kentucky; m. ELIZABETH FOSTER.

ii. ELIZABETH ANN TROXEL, b. 1830, Wayne County, Kentucky; d. 31 May 1897,
Butler County, Missouri; m. TEMPLE WINCHESTER SISNEY, 04 Sep 1842; b. 1823,
Christian County, Kentucky; d. 15 Oct 1895, Butler County, Missouri.

Notes for ELIZABETH ANN TROXEL:

/Hoffman Cemetery in Butler County, Missouri[King.FBC.FTW]

Buried in Hamtown/Hoffman Cemetery in Butler County, Missouri

Notes for TEMPLE WINCHESTER SISNEY:

Buried in Hamtown/Hoffman Cemetery in Butler County, Missouri[King.FBC.FTW]

Buried in Hamtown/Hoffman Cemetery in Butler County, Missouri

More About TEMPLE SISNEY and ELIZABETH TROXEL:

Marriage: 04 Sep 1842

iii. JONOTHAN TROXEL, b. 1832.

iv. WILLIAM TROXEL, b. 1835.

v. JACOB TROXEL JR, b. 1837.

vi. GRANVILLE TROXEL, b. 1839.

vii. JOSEPH TROXEL, b. 18 Aug 1842.

viii. DANIEL TROXEL, b. 1844.

ix. GEORGE TROXEL, b. 1847.


Child of JACOB TROXEL and TELITHA UNKNOWN is:

x. HARRIET5 TROXEL, b. 1856.



11. GEORGE WASHINGTON4 TROXEL SR (PETER JACOB3, PRINCESS CORNBLOSSOM2
DOUBLEHEAD, CHIEF CHUQUALATAQUE1) was born 1809 in Wayne County, Kentucky,
and died 1900. He married (1) NANCY ABBOTT 04 Dec 1827, daughter of JOSEPH
ABBOTT. She was born 1808 in North Carolina, and died 27 Sep 1862 in Wayne
County, Kentucky. He married (2) BARBARA UNKNOWN 2 1865.

More About GEORGE TROXEL and NANCY ABBOTT:

Marriage: 04 Dec 1827

More About GEORGE TROXEL and BARBARA UNKNOWN:

Marriage: 1865


Children of GEORGE TROXEL and NANCY ABBOTT are:

i. JANE5 TROXEL, b. 27 Feb 1832, Wayne County, Kentucky.

ii. JACOB JOHN TROXEL, b. 17 Jun 1832, Wayne County, Kentucky; d. 1915,
Otter Creek, Kentucky; m. ELIZABETH WINCHESTER; b. 1839.

Notes for JACOB JOHN TROXEL:

Buried in Troxell Cemetery in Revelo, McCreary County, Kentucky Actual
monuments in the Troxell Cemetery at Otter Creek read: Jacob Troxell Sr.
1832-1915 Peter Troxell 1840-1890* *Son of George W. And Nancy (Abbott)
Troxel. See page 259 "Troxel Trails."[King.FBC.FTW]

Buried in Troxell Cemetery in Revelo, McCreary County, Kentucky Actual
monuments in the Troxell Cemetery at Otter Creek read: Jacob Troxell Sr.
1832-1915 Peter Troxell 1840-1890* *Son of George W. And Nancy (Abbott)
Troxel. See page 259 "Troxel Trails."

iii. DAVID TROXEL, b. 1835, Wayne County, Kentucky; m. ANNE MATHIS; b. 1840.

iv. HIRAM TROXEL, b. 26 Aug 1837, Wayne County, Kentucky.

Notes for HIRAM TROXEL:

Currently listed as lost during the Civil War by Thomas H. Troxell, a
decendant of George W. Troxell.[King.FBC.FTW]

Currently listed as lost during the Civil War by Thomas H. Troxell, a
decendant of George W. Troxell.

v. PETER TROXEL, b. 05 Jun 1840, Wayne County, Kentucky; d. 1890, Revelo,
McCreary County, Kentucky; m. NANCY JANE DOUGLAS; b. 01 Apr 1842; d. 03 Jul
1903, Revelo, McCreary County, Kentucky.

Notes for PETER TROXEL:

Buried in Troxell Cemetery in Revelo, McCreary County, Kentucky Actual
monuments in the Troxell Cemetery at Otter Creek read: Jacob Troxell Sr.
1832-1915 Peter Troxell 1840-1890* *Son of George W. And Nancy (Abbott)
Troxel. See page 259 "Troxel Trails."[King.FBC.FTW]












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