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Pocahontas, daughter of the powerful Virginia Indian leader, Chief Powhatan, was born about Pocahontas was a nickname meaning “playful one,” given to her by her father. Her formal names were Amonute and Matoaka. Chief Powhatan had numerous wives, and Pocahontas had a large number of half-brothers and half-sisters. The Story of Early Pocahontas & Sugg Cemetery by BCGS by Gerald Jenner, () My Favorite Country Corner: History of Pleasant Mound area by Harold Leidner, () Pleasant Mound, Fairview: Glimpses & Memories of a Little Farm Town that Flourished by Janice E. Baldwin and friends; foreword by Kevin Kaegy; editors Jeanette Dothager and Kayla. These traditions are preserved in the book, The True Story of Pocahontas, The Other Side of History, co-authored by Dr. Linwood Custalow and Angela L. Daniel. Dr. Linwood “Little Bear” Custalow grew up on the Mattaponi Reservation in Virginia where, early in life, he was given the responsibility of learning the oral history of the. Pocahontas might be a household name, but the true story of her short but powerful life has been buried in myths that have persisted since the 17th century.
A History of Pocahontas Cemetery. When a visitor approaches the quaint Town of Pocahontas, Virginia, he or she sees a large cemetery which bears witness to the history of Pocahontas. Just as Pocahontas was once a prosperous boom town, this unique cemetery was once much like a picturesque park. Pocahontas was a Native American woman born around She was the daughter of the powerful Chief Powhatan, the ruler of the Powhatan tribal nation, which at. Bond County, Illinois cemetery. Book III: Campground, McKendree Chapel, and Mulberry Grove cemeteries. WorldCat The Story of early Pocahontas & Sugg Cemetery Family History Library Reno Cemetery Records. Reno Bethel Cemetery Find a Grave. Wait Cemetery Find a Grave. Yet, as it turns out, Native Americans have passed down stories of Pocahontas orally over the past years—as detailed in Daniel’s book—and these frequently contradict Smith.
• Lexington Township Cemetery Book (Scott Co.) • Daughters of Pocahontas, No , Charlestown, Indiana • Clark County 12 Township cemetery listings - early s • ISCC: Clark County Cemetery and Church Records • Sellersburg Cemetery, Sellersburg, Indiana circa W e all think we know Pocahontas, but her real story is very different from the popular image. Pocahontas was an extremely talented and lively year-old girl when Jamestown was founded in . "Robinson Cemetery, Bond County, Illinois." Bond County Genealogical Society. Indexed by names. List names, dates of birth & death of people buried in Robinson Cemetery. Also has Obituaries from the Greenville Advocate. N8 "The Story of Early Pocahontas & Sugg Cemetery." Sugg Cemetery Board of Trustees. N8. Bureau Co. Another record states he was buried in Sugg Cemetery in Pocahontas, Bond, Illinois. In , a new gravestone was erected there by the Daughters of the American Revolution.  For White, the high cost of the war came with a level of freedom and of independence he could scarcely have dreamed of before