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Paxinosa b. 1622

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Lineage Cornstalk
Sex Male
Full name (at birth) Paxinosa
Other given names Buckner

Thomas (Pasmere) Carpenter [Carpenter] b. 1607 d. 1675

? (Metis Daughter of Captain Phillip Amadas) [?]



1622 birth: Ohio

child birth: Kolapeka Cornstalk [Cornstalk]

child birth: Teatapercaum Cornstalk [Cornstalk]

1640 child birth: Chota (Tennessee), Crockett County (Tennessee), Tennessee, USA, Amatoya Moytoy (Tainesi Cherokee) [Moytoy] b. 1640 d. 1730

[edit] Sources

  1. A history of Wilkes-Barré, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania: from its first ... By Oscar Jewell Harvey, Ernest Gray Smith - Paxinosa born in Ohio

From grandparents to grandchildren

Robert Carpenter
birth: 1578, Plymouth (Devon), England
marriage: Susan Jeffrey , Plymouth (Devon), England, St Andrews
death: 1 December 1651, Plymouth (Devon), England
Susan Jeffrey
birth: 1579, Plymouth (Devon), England
marriage: Robert Carpenter , Plymouth (Devon), England, St Andrews
death: 1651, Plymouth (Devon), England
Phillip Amadas
birth: 1550, Kingston upon Hull, England
death: 1618, Kingston upon Hull, England
Thomas (Pasmere) Carpenter
birth: 1607, Plymouth (Devon), England
occupation: Longhunter
residence: Ohio
immigration: 1627, Jamestown (Virginia), Virginia
census: 1628, Jamestown (Virginia), Virginia, Virginia Early Census: 1628
other: 1635, Shipping Trade Info: Fur
death: 1675, Running Water Village, Tennessee
burial: Nikwasi, Franklin (North Carolina), The Great Mound
== 3 ==
birth: 1622, Ohio
== 3 ==
Locha ? (Shawnee, Cheney, Taini - Shawnee)
birth: 1640, Virginia, Stinking River, Iroquois Nation
marriage: Amatoya Moytoy (Tainesi Cherokee) , Virginia, Shawnee Nation
death: 1692, Great Tellico, Tennessee, Overhills
Amatoya Moytoy (Tainesi Cherokee)
birth: 1640, Chota (Tennessee), Crockett County (Tennessee), Tennessee, USA
marriage: Locha ? (Shawnee, Cheney, Taini - Shawnee) , Virginia, Shawnee Nation
death: 1730, Tennessee, USA, Cherokee Nation East
Moytoy I Chota (of Tainesi (Cherokee))
occupation: between 1700 and 1730, Chief Chota

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