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Ancestors of Kerry Ann Smith


      1380. Delaware Indian Chief Fivekiller, born Abt. 1674 in Cherokee Nation East (Tennessee). He married 1381. Unknown.

      1381. Unknown, born Abt. 1678 in Cherokee Nation East (Tennessee).

More About Delaware Indian Chief Fivekiller:
Nationality: Cherokee

More About Unknown:
Nationality: Cherokee
     
Child of Delaware Fivekiller and Unknown is:
  690 i.   Five Killer, born 1710 in Cherokee Nation East (Tennessee); married Tame Doe Raven 1728.


      1382. White Owl Raven, born 1680. He married 1383. Nancy Moytoy.

      1383. Nancy Moytoy, born 1683. She was the daughter of 1388. Amatoya Moytoy and 1389. Quatsy.

More About White Owl Raven:
Nationality: Algonquin Tribe
     
Children of White Raven and Nancy Moytoy are:
  i.   Attakullakulla Doe Raven, born 1701 in Seviers Island, Tennessee; died May 1777 in Nachestown, North Carolina; married Ollie Raven
  ii.   Killaneca Doe Raven, born 1712.
  More About Killaneca Doe Raven:
Clan: Wolf Clan
Nationality: 1\2 Cherokee, 1\2 Algonquin

  691 iii.   Tame Doe Raven, born 1716 in Cherokee Nation East (Tennessee); died 1760 in Cherokee Nation East (Tennessee); married Five Killer 1728.
  iv.   Besty Doe Raven, born 1720; died 1793; married Hanging Maw


      1388. Amatoya Moytoy27, born 1640 in Chota, Cherokee National East (Tennessee). He married 1389. Quatsy.

      1389. Quatsy, born 1650 in Tellico, Cherokee National East (Tennessee).

Notes for Amatoya Moytoy:
Notes from James Raymond Hicks:
There has been a lot of confusion about the descendants of Moytoy. I think this is because people are not aware that there were two Chief Moytoys. The first was Chief Amatoya Moytoy of Chota, born about 1640, who married Quatsy of Tellico (Of the Wolf Clan). The second is Chief Moytoy, aka The Pigeon of Tellico, born about 1687. The second Moytoy is believed to be either the son or grandson of Amatoya Moytoy.
It is believed that Amatoya Moytoy had three sons and eight daughters. These include Chief Kanagatoga "Old Hop", Nancy Moytoy, and two daughters with unknown names. Nancy Moytoy is believed to have been the mother of Chief Attakullakulla "Little Carpenter", Killaneca the Buck, Betsy and Tame Doe. Tame Doe was the mother of Tsistuna-Gis-Ke (Nancy Ward), and Longfellow of Chistatoa.

More About Amatoya Moytoy:
Nationality: Full Blood Cherokee

More About Quatsy:
Clan: Wolf Clan
Nationality: Full Blood Cherokee
     
Children of Amatoya Moytoy and Quatsy are:
  i.   Tistoe Moytoy, born 1680.
  More About Tistoe Moytoy:
Nationality: Full Blood Cherokee

  ii.   Oukah-Ulah Moytoy, born 1681; died 1755.
  Notes for Oukah-Ulah Moytoy:
Oukah-Olah Moytoy had attended the Delegation to King George II in 1730.

  More About Oukah-Ulah Moytoy:
Clan: Wolf Clan
Nationality: Full Blood Cherokee

  iii.   Nancy Moytoy, born 1683; married White Owl Raven; born 1680.
  More About White Owl Raven:
Nationality: Algonquin Tribe

  iv.   Moytoy Moytoy, born 1687 in Tellico, Cherokee National East (Tennessee); died 1741 in Cherokee National, East (Tennessee).
  694 v.   Old Hop Moytoy, born 1690 in Chota, Cherokee National East (Tennessee) on the Little Tennessee River; died August 1761 in Chota, Cherokee National East (Tennessee); married Su-gi


      1520. James Arthur McClure28, born 1660 in Raphoe, County Donegal, Ireland; died 1732 in At Sea, Atlantic Ocean. He married 1521. Andrew in Ireland.

      1521. Andrew, born Abt. 1664 in Raphoe, County Donegal, Ireland; died Bef. 1738 in Ireland.
     
Children of James McClure and Andrew are:
  i.   Samuel McClure, born Abt. 1682 in Ireland; died Bef. 1760 in Virginia.
  ii.   Halbert McClure, born 1685 in Raphoe, County Donegal, Ireland; died May 15, 1754 in Rockbridge, Virginia; married Agnes Steele; born Abt. 1688 in Ireland; died 1754 in Augusta County, America (Virginia).
  Notes for Halbert McClure:
"Halberd McCluer/McClewer" bought land and settled in the "Borden Grant". His will was probated in Agusta Co, Va. He served in Capt McDowell's militia in 1742. 19 Mar 1745/46 deed to land, "Borden to McClure." 1753: signed petition for church to be established at Timber Ridge.(Presbyterian) 1747: purchased land in Borden Grant: 203 acres.


  More About Halbert McClure:
Burial: May 1754, Augusta County, America (Virginia)

  760 iii.   James McClure, born 1685 in Raphoe, County Donegal, Ireland; died August 1761 in Augusta County, America (Virginia); married Agnes
  iv.   William McClure, born 1690 in Raphoe, County Donegal, Ireland; died 1761 in Augusta County, America (Virginia); married Unknown; died Aft. 1756.
  Notes for William McClure:
William McClure appears to have lived on the plantation of his son Andrew, adjoing that of his brother James. He witnessed James, His brother's will on 23 Sep 1756 but died intestate prior to 18 Aug 1761 the date of the probate.


  v.   John McClure, born Abt. 1705 in Raphoe, County Donegal, Ireland; died 1748; married Nancy; born Abt. 1709 in Ireland.
  vi.   Nathanial McClure, born 1713 in Ballynashanagh, Raphoe, Donegal County, Ireland; died Aft. 1761 in Augusta County, America (Virginia).


      1552. Richard Nicholas Medlin, born April 1699 in New Kent County, Virginia; died Aft. 1742 in Bertie County, North Carolina. He was the son of 3104. Richard Medlin II and 3105. Susanna. He married 1553. Ann Owen.

      1553. Ann Owen, born Abt. 1703. She was the daughter of 3106. William Owen.

More About Richard Nicholas Medlin:
Christening: April 16, 1699, St. Peter Parish, New Kent County, Virginia
     
Children of Richard Medlin and Ann Owen are:
  i.   Nicholas Medlin, born Abt. 1720 in Bertie County, North Carolina; died Aft. 1790 in Robeson County, North Carolina.
  776 ii.   William Owen Medlin I, born Abt. 1723 in Bertie County, North Carolina; died Abt. 1806 in Wake/Johnston County, North Carolina; married Rebecca Wilson
  iii.   Joseph Medlin, born Abt. 1725 in Bertie County, North Carolina; died Abt. 1780 in Franklin County, North Carolina.
  Notes for Joseph Medlin:
Joseph Medlin had married twice, but the names and dates of marriage are unknown. .


      1556. Robert Cade29, born 1691 in New Kent County, Virginia; died 1769. He married 1557. Susanna Crump February 07, 1712/13 in New Kent County, Virginia.

      1557. Susanna Crump, born 1692 in New Kent County, Virginia.
     
Child of Robert Cade and Susanna Crump is:
  778 i.   Robert Cade, born March 28, 1723 in New Kent County, Virginia; married Unknown


      1792. Thomas Dewberry30, born Abt. 1643 in England; died Abt. 1688 in Chowan River, Albemarle, North Carolina. He married 1793. Mary Elizabeth Brantley Abt. 1670 in Maryland.

      1793. Mary Elizabeth Brantley, born Abt. 1649 in Maryland. She was the daughter of 3586. Edward Brantley and 3587. Unknown.

Notes for Thomas Dewberry:
Thomas Dewberry came to Maryland in 1667 as an indentured servant. He served his time and then moved to North Carolina. (Albemarle County was most of the northern part of North Carolina at the time) He was a witness to a will of James Toverson in 1675.



Marriage Notes for Thomas Dewberry and Mary Brantley:
Records have proven that Thomas Dewberry had another marriage before Mary Elizabeth Brantly, but the name and married date are unknown.
     
Children of Thomas Dewberry and Mary Brantley are:
  896 i.   Samuel Dewberry, born Abt. 1672 in Albemarie, North Carolina; married Sarah Grove 1727 in Albemarle, North Carolina.
  ii.   Giles Dewberry, born Abt. 1674 in Albemarie, North Carolina; died December 05, 1716 in Elizabeth City, Virginia; married Elizabeth H. Thomas 1696 in Elizabeth City, Virginia; born 1678 in Elizabeth City, Virginia; died December 05, 1716 in Elizabeth City, Virginia.
  Notes for Giles Dewberry:
Giles Dewberry and his brother Samuel Dewberry moved across the Albemarle Sound to Elizabeth City County, Virginia. He and his wife, Elizabeth, were killed together leaving two children: Thomas Nathaniel and Giles. Reasons for their death are unknown.



  iii.   Priscilla Dewberry, married Zacharieas Maddera
  iv.   Sarah Dewberry
  v.   John Dewberry


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