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Elizabeth See b 26 Feb 1754 in Hardy, West Virginia d 1791 in Adams Ohio
d/o Frederick Michael See & Catherine Vanderpool. I have seen a report saying Elizabeth See was married to Chief Cornstalk. Was Elizabeth See Indian name Helizikinopo? I am confused. Is there anyone who could help me to get this puzzle straight? Or were there more than one Chief Cornstalk?
Help with this would be so appreciated, thanking you in advance.

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Surnames: CORNSTALK SEE VANDERPOOL
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on 2010-04-25 23:42:37

maxine06 , from Missouri, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Mar 2010. is researching the following names: POSTON, TOTTEN, JOHNS and 152 other(s).

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by vmiller62 on 2010-05-06 04:52:52

i am new to this search site maxine06 but have been sucessful with several geneaology lines and am now embarking on a new one with the Vanderpool lineage and hope I am sucessful with this as well. I am the grandson of a Beaulah Vanderpool from Tennessee whom I'm told her family came out of NY state. I had always heard that we are linked to Cherokee descent and if you were to see and meet my dad you would see how true that is but I have also seen several Vanderpool searches where they show us being related to several Indian tribes and types which I always wondered why I had such compassion for the American Indians. At any rate contact me as I am speaking with a cousin who is a Vanderpool tommorrow from Nashville whom I'm told from my Dad is well versed in the geneaology of the Vanderpool's since he are one! thanks and keep searching and look for my posts or e-mail me anytime. VM

by maxine06 on 2010-05-06 16:04:40

Yes you are right, Elizabeth See d/o Frederick Michael See & Catherine Vanderpool, married Chief Cornstalk. Elizabeth was given the Indian name of Heliziknopo. Chief Cornstalk name was Keigh-tugh-quah b1720 in Wynepuechisika Village, Western PA. d 10 Nov 1777 in Point pleasant, Ohio Co.. They had several children, a daughter to them was Princess Aracoma Sky Cornstalk was born 1740 in Shawnee Nation, Ohio d 1780 in Logan Co., West Virginia. Aracoma Sky married Bolin Baker; Their children were;
Bolin JR. Baker b 1763 in Wilkes Co., NC, Running Deer b in Logan Co., W.V. died of plague 1776; Waulalapa "Laughing Water" b 1761 d 1776 of plague; Snow Lily b & d 1776 of plague; Priness Reindrop died of plague 1776;Blue Feather died of plague 1776;Pattie b 1759 in Logan Co., W.V.;Conee "Snow Lily" b 1763 d 1776 of plague; Gimewane "Raindrop" d 1776 of plague.
Children of Chief Cornstalk and Elizabeth See "Helizikinopo" were:
Aracoma; Oceano b 1740 and married Van Scyoc; Ellinipseko; Greenbrier;
Blue Sky b 1736 in Goochland Co., V.A. d1791 was married to Parker V. Adkins; Wynepuechiska; Piaserka "The Wolf"; Elizabeth and Esther.
This information is all through 3rd parties no proof.
This people are my cousins ? times removed, I have truly enjoyed doing the research of this family. I hope you find it as interesting, much information can be found on chief Cornstalk.
Baker family is where my family connects to the Cornstalk.
Are we cousins?
thanks for your reply to my information.
Maxine Davies in Missouri
maxine.davies06@hotmail.com

by gladysad on 2010-06-26 18:30:13

Parker V. Adkins was in my family line I`d like more information.Thanks gladysadkins@yahoo.com

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