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  • ID: I18882
  • Name: William Dixon MONIAC 1
  • Sex: M
  • ALIA: Jacob //
  • Birth: 1750 in Netherlands 1
  • Death: 1846 in Pass Christian, MS 1
  • Note:
    [Early VA MS Territory .FTW]

    Per: Mary Scarola [mary lou.FTW] He was "a Hollander" from The Netherlands, according to Dr. Marion Elisah Tarvin. He came to the Creek nation in 1756 with a remnant of the Natchez, according to J. D. Driesback (in a paper written, July 9th, 1883). Driesback said of William and of Sam, William's son, "He and Sam Moniac were men of fine sense and indomitable courage, strict integrity and enterprise, had considerable influence over the Indians, went with Gen. McGillivray to New York to see Washington, was presented by Washington with a medal, which was buried with him at Pass Christian in 1837." THE MONIACS William Dixon Moniac and Polly Colbert Samuel Takkes-Hadjo Moniac and Elizabeth Weatherford Mary "Polly" Moniac and William Weatherford David Tate Moniac and Mary Dulcine Powell Levitia Moniac and William Sizemore Alexander Dixon Moniac and Elizabeth Ehlert or Elliot Polly Moniac and Jack Coon aka Jack Richard Rolin / Rollin Sam Moniac and Susan Marlow David John Moniac and Sarah Catherine Hales Thanks to Moniac researchers Steve Travis and William C. Bell WILLIAM DIXON MONIAC and his wives and mates including POLLY COLBERT William Dixon Moniac Born: ; Married, Died: 1846 Parents: LifeNotes: he was "a Hollander" from The Netherlands, according to Dr. Marion Elisah Tarvin. He came to the Creek nation in 1756 with a remnant of the Natchez, according to J. D. Driesback (in a paper written, July 9th, 1883). Driesback said of William and of Sam, William's son, "He and Sam Moniac were men of fine sense and indomitable courage, strict integrity and enterprise, had considerable influence over the Indians, went with Gen. McGillivray to New York to see Washington, was presented by Washington with a medal, which was buried with him at Pass Christian in 1837." He went to N.Y. with Alex McGillivray; there he was presented by Washington with a medal which was buried with him at Pass Christian, MS. Sehoy III LifeNotes: she was very young -- age 12--when William took her into his home. Born: about 1759 in Little Tulsa, Elmore, AL; 1st-Union in 1774, Alabama; Married 2nd-about 1778 in Alabama; Married 3rd-about 1780; Died 1811-2 , buried in Baldwin County, Alabama; her son William Weatherford lies buried next to her. Parents: Sehoy II and a Tuckabatchee chief Their child: Hannah Moniac. Married Josiah Francis. Hannah and her husband were on the Redsticks side. Wife: who is she?? who is the mother of Elise and Jesse? Their children were: Jesse Moniac, born about 1773. Married in 1788 to William Colbert, son of James Logan Colbert (b. 1750; brother of George Colbert). Elise Moniac, born about 1775. Married Alexander McGillivray (see his page) and was probably mother of his children: Alexander McGillivray, Jr. Margaret McGillivray (m. 2nd- Charles Cornells- Oche Fineco), and another daughter. Died shortly after 1793. Polly Colbert Born: ; Married: about 1780;, Died: Parents: Chief William Colbert -- Indian name Chooshemataha LifeNotes: Polly was a Tuskegee woman. Her father was a Chickasaw chief and a son of the Scotsman James Colbert who traded and led the Chickasaws in northwest Alabama. Their children were: John Moniac. Married Mary Tyner. Their daughter Sopathe Thlanie (m. William Weatherford; d. after birth of her only child, William Weatherford, Jr.). Died in 1787. Samuel Takkes-Hadjo Moniac, born about 1781 in Tuskegee, AL. See his page. Married about 1802 Elizabeth Weatherford, daughter of Sehoy III and Charles Weatherford, sister of William Weatherford - Red Eagle. See her page. Their children were: David Moniac (m. Polly Powell; Their children were: David Alexander Moniac, sheriff of Baldwin Co., AL and d. 1880; Margaret Moniac, m. S. J. McDonald. From Dr. Marion Elisha Tarvin: "under the treaty at New York, was graduated at West Point. He was made a major and commanded 600 Creeks and Choctaws against the Seminoles in the Florida war of 1836. He was killed, 13 bullets piercing his body. A braver man never lived."), Alexander Moniac (is he the Alexander Moniac whose wife Mary divorced him in Conecuh Co., AL in 1836??), Levitia Moniac (m.William Sizemore of Baldwin Co., AL, son of Dixon Baily's sister. William became a wealthy planter on the Alabama River. Levitia "Vicey" and William had children). Samuel Takkes-Hadjo Moniac died 8/21/1837. Mary "Polly" Moniac, born about 1797 in AL Married William Weatherford -- Red Eagle (Polly was William's first wife). See his page. Their children were: Charles Weatherford (m. Elizabeth Stiggins), Polly Weatherford. Nahoga Moniac. Married Jack Ward. Their children were: John Ward, Susan Ward. to Some Creek Families & Friends ----------------------------------------------------------------- --------------- SAMUEL TAKKES-HADJO MONIAC and ELIZABETH WEATHERFORD With information from Steve Travis Samuel Takkes-Hadjo Moniac LifeNotes: He was of the Tuskegee, his mother's people. There is mention of Samuel Moniac in many books. Owned an inn on the old Federal Road near Pintlala, Montogomery Co., AL. From William C. Bell: Inns along the Federal Road ??? Alabama Historical Quarterly, Volume Seventeen - 1955 page 83, 85, 86 Sam Manack's House on Pinchona, Montgomery County; 1803-1816, at the old Federal Road crossing. Here was born David Moniac (Manack), first Indian appointed to the United States Military Academy; here was entertained Peggy and Lorenzo Dow, and Aaron Burr, under arrest, was here in 1807. Mrs. Manack was William Weatherford's mother-in law. [Note: actually she was William's sister] In John R. Swanton's "Early History of the Creek Indians and their Neighbors" (Smithsonian Institute, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 73, Washington Government Printing Office, 1922): "The people of Tuskogee have some cattle, and a fine stock of hogs, more perhaps than any town of the nation. One man Sam Macnack [Sam Moniack], a half-breed, has a fine stock of cattle. He had, in 1799, one hundred and eighty calves. They have lost their language, and speak Creek, and have adopted the customs aand manners of the Creeks. They have thirty-five gun men." Read his deposition of his realization of the impending Creek War, given to Judge Harry Toulmin. Went to New York with Alexander McGillivray in 1790 and received medal from George Washington. Docket 200> pages 5-29 (minus p.16 & p.18) - Settlement of the Account of Sam Manac - The Relief of Samuel Manac, a friendly half breed, during the between the U.S. and the Creek tribe of Indians. Samuel Manac to the treasury dept.. Washington May 1816 " In August, 1816, I was commanding officer at the town of Mobile when the massacre of Fort Mimms took place. Soon afterwards, many of the citizens from the waters of Mobile fled to Fort Charlotte for protection; amongst them was Samuel Manac, his wife and children, who had, sometime before, been driven =nfrom the Nation where he resided. It was the universal opinion and belief at Mobile, that Sam Manac was an Indian, of large property, and that he had lost it all,or nearly all, by his fidelity to the United States. While Manac remained in Mobile, he and his family were subsisted by issuing rations to them: they having no other means of support. Geo.Gibson Late Liet. Col. 5th Infantry Washington, sd May 1816, " Born: about 1781 in AL Married: about 1801 Died: 1836 MS while being forced to remove to OK Parents: William Dixon Moniac and Polly Colbert Elizabeth Weatherford LifeNotes: See her Weatherford page. Born: about 1784 -5 in AL Married: about 1801 Died: Parents: Sehoy III and Charles Weatherford Their children were: David Tate Moniac, born ca 1802, Pinchong Creek, Montgomery Co., AL. See his page. Married on 9/16/1828 to Mary Dalphine Powell, daughter of William Thelps Powell and Margaret Dyer. Their children were: David Alexander Moniac, sheriff of Baldwin Co., AL; d. 1880), Margaret J. Moniac (m. S. J. McDonald). David Tate Moniac died 11/21/1836 Withlacoochee River, FL. during a battle in the Creek War 1836. Levitia Moniac, born ca 1802, Leohatchie, AL. See her page. Married William Sizemore of Baldwin Co., AL, son of Dixon Baily's sister Mary Bailey and Arthur Sizemore. William became a wealthy planter on the Alabama River. Their children were: Adaline Eugenia Sizemore, Rosannah Sizemore, William B. Sizemore, Elizabeth Sizemore, David M. Sizemore, Alexander M. Sizemore, Charles W. Sizemore, Carolina Virginia Sizemore, Mary D. Sizemore, Fredericka Sizemore, John W. Sizemore. Levitia Moniac died 11/23/1858. Alexander Dixon Moniac. See his page. Married Elizabeth Elliot or Ehlert, daughter of Michael Ehlert / Elliot, a trader mentioned in the writings of Benjamin Hawkins. They were part of the founding ancestors of the Poarch Band Creeks, in addition to the McGhee / Semoice family. Their children were: Polly Moniac (b. 1806; m. Jack Coon 1800-1861, aka Jack Richard Rolin / Rollin; d. 1886, Monroe Co., AL), Linn Moniac, John Moniac, Peggy Moniac, Matilda Moniac (b. 1825; m. Sidney Lomax). to Some Creek Families & Friends ----------------------------------------------------------------- --------------- MARY MONIAC and WILLIAM WEATHERFORD THE RED EAGLE Mary "Polly" Moniac Born: about 1783 in AL;. Married: about 1797 in AL; Died in 1804, Point Tholy, in Lowndes Co., AL Parents: William Dixon Moniac and Polly Colbert LifeNotes: sister of Sam Moniac Their children were: Charles Weatherford, born 1795 Montgomery Co., AL. Married Elizabeth Ann Stiggins, daughter of George Stiggins and Elizabeth Adcock. Their children were: William Wilshire Weatherford (died young), Charles A. Weatherford (b. 1814; m. on 2/28/1861 Martha Staples at Mt. Pleasant, Monroe Co., AL with McDuff Mann as security and R. Y. Reaves as Pastor; see the letter he wrote; d. 6/13/1896, Monroe Co., AL), Elizabeth Weatherford, Lorrid L. Weatherford. Charles Weatherford died 6/13/1894, buried Weatherford Cemetery, Monroe Co., AL. Mary "Polly" Weatherford. Died before adulthood. William Weatherford The Red Eagle War name: Hopnicafutsahia -- Straight Talker or Truth Teller Best known as Lamochattee or Red Eagle Born: about 1781 in AL; Married 1st-about 1797 in AL; Married 2nd -about 1804 in AL; Married 3rd-about 1817 in AL; Died 3/24/1824, following a bear hunt and is buried next to his mother Sehoy III in a grave near Little Tallassee. Parents: Sehoy III and Charles Weatherford LifeNotes: Leader of the Creeks. Deemed "the architect of the Massacre at Fort Mims". See the letter his grandson Charles Weatherford, Jr. wrote about William. Nephew of Alexander McGillivray and by marriage, nephew of LeClerc Milfort; received their wisdom, according to tribal custom-- the role of the uncle was considered far more importart than that of the father. William married at least twice after Mary Monicac died -- to Sopoth Thlanie, daughter of John Moniac and then to Mary Stiggins, daughter of Joseph Stiggins and Nancy Grey. See William's page for the information on his marriages after Mary Moniac and his issue. William lived out his days as a well-to-do and well-respected planter in Monroe Co., AL. to Some Creek Families & Friends ----------------------------------------------------------------- --------------- DAVID TATE MONIAC and MARY DULPHINE POWELL David Tate Moniac LifeNotes: He was the first Creek to graduate West Point. From William C. Bell (Copy of letter in files of Military Records Division, Department of Archives and History. This copy for the Alabama Historical Quarterly, Volume Nineteen 1957, page 407-408.): Letter from David Tate to his nephew David Tate Moniac, 1822 Dear Nephew ...y house. All I have to say to my Dear Nephew is to use no extravagance and not to call on Mr. Wakeman until you are ready to start for home. Your Sister & your nieces all send their best respects to you and are anxious to see you arrive safe. Your uncles William & John Weatherford & family are all well. Nothing worth your attention in this quarter only hard times. You will answer my letter & say when we may expect you. I am yrs. My Dear Nephew &c &c David Tate CB You had best advise with Mr. Wakeman the best way for you to get home, & go agreeable to his directions and let him provide for you. D Tate Records of Graduates from the Military Academy page 299 Number 1822-23 Class Rank 324...(Born Ala.)....... *.............(Ap'd Ala.)............39 Military History. --- Cadet at the Military Academy, Sep 18, 1817, to July 1, 1822, when he was graduated and promoted in the Army to BVT. SECOND LIEUT., 6TH INFANTRY, JULY 1 1822. On authorized graduation leave of absence, July 1 to Dec. 31, 1822 Resigned. Dec. 31 1822 Civil History. --- Cotton Planter, Baldwin County, Ala., 1822-1836. Military History. --- Served in the Florida War, 1836, as CAPTAIN. REG. MOUNTED CREEK VOLUNTEERS, AUG. 17, 1836. MAJOR. REG. MOUNTED CREEK VOLUNTEERS, Nov. 15, 1836. being engaged against the Seminole Indians in the Battle of Wahoo Swamp, Nov 21, 1836, where, while crossing a difficult morass in face of the fire of the enemy posted on the opposite bank he was Killed, Nov. 21, 1836 : Aged 34. *Was a Creek Indian From Dr. Marion Elisha Tarvin: "under the treaty at New York, [David Moniac] was graduated at West Point. He was made a major and commanded 600 Creeks and Choctaws against the Seminoles in the Florida war of 1836. He was killed, 13 bullets piercing his body. A braver man never lived.". Another account from J. D. Driesback: "... of whom Gen. Jessup said, that he was as brave and gallant a man as ever drew a sword or faced an enemy. ... His wife was a cousin of Osceola, the Florida chief, who commanded the Florida Indians when Maj. Moniac was killed. Moniac had resigned his commission in the U. S. A. many years before the Florida war of 1836, and entered the army as a private in the company from Claiborne, Ala., but soon rose to the rank of Major by Brevet, and was in command of 600 Creeks and Choctaws when he was killed." (Alabama Historical Reporter, Vol. 2, No. 4, March 1884) See the piece in its entirety. *Moniac, David. Ala. Cadet M A 18 Sept 1817 (39); bvt 2 lt 6 inf. 1 July 1822; resd 31 Dec 1822; capt Creek mtd vols 17 Aug 1836; maj 15 Nov 1836; killed 31 Nov 1836 in battle with the Seminole Inds at Wahoo Swamp, Fla; (he was a Creek Indian) (Heitman's Historical Register & Dictionary of the United States Army 1789-1903). Born: ca 1802, Pinchong Creek, Montgomery Co., AL Married: on 9/16/1828 Died: 11/21/1836 Withlacoochee River, FL. in battle, Creek War 1836. Parents: Samuel Takkes-Hadjo Moniac and Elizabeth Weatherford Wife: Mary Dalphine Powell LifeNotes: Born: Married: on 9/16/1828 Died: Parents: William Thelps Powell and Margaret Dyer Their children were: David Alexander Moniac, born 10 Jan 1833. Sheriff of Baldwin Co., AL. Married Anne Caroline Starke, daughter of Lewis Starke and Louisa ?, 22 Apr 1858. Died 29 Sep 1882, buried in the cemetery at Old Daphne Methodist Church, AL. Margaret J. Moniac. Married S. J. McDonald. Their children were: D. A. McDonald (b.1851), William McDonald (b.1853), M. E. McDonald (b.1854), Virginia McDonald (b. 1855), Helen McDonald (b. 1857), Richard Maiken McDonald (b. ca 1858), Marin Elisha McDonald (b. 1860), Victoria McDonald (b. 1861), Miller McDonald (b. 1863), Edjar James McDonald (b. 1865). to Some Creek Families & Friends ----------------------------------------------------------------- --------------- LEVITIA MONIAC and WILLIAM SIZEMORE Levitia Moniac LifeNotes: Born: 1802 in Letohatchie, AL; Married: 3/16/1826,; Died: 23 Nov 1858 Parents: Samuel Takkes-Hadjo Moniac and Elizabeth Weatherford William Sizemore LifeNotes: William became a wealthy planter on the Alabama River. He is named in his mother's will as inheriting $5.00. Born: 1798, AL Married: 3/16/1826 Died: before his father who died 1/23/1862 Parents: Arthur Sizemore and Mary "Polly" Bailey Their children were: Levitia Sizemore Adaline Eugenia Sizemore, born 15 Dec 1827. Married 1st- Robert P. Jones on 25 Jun 1846. Their children were: Rosa R. Jones, Mary Levitia Jones, Anna C. Jones. Married 2nd-John Renault on 18 May 1854. Their children were: Charles R. Renault, William S. Renault, Theodore A. Renault, Josephine Renault, Mary "Molly" Levitia Renault, Addie E. (Adaline) Renault. William B. Sizemore, born Circa 1834. Rosannah Sizemore, born ca 1832. She married J. M. McDonald Elizabeth Sizemore David H. or M. Sizemore, born ca 1838. Died 9 Mar 1863. Alexander Moniac Sizemore. Married Mary Ellen Weatherford, daughter of Alexander McGillivray Weatherford and Martha Eliza Pollard, on 18 Aug 1862. Charles W. Sizemore, born Circa 1842. Died 5 May 1862, killed at battle of Williamsburg during the Civil War. Caroline Virginia Sizemore, born ca 1843-4. Married George A. McDonald. Their son: John K. McDonald (b. 1865; m. Nanny Smith; d. 1934). Rita McDonald Millien is researching this line through her father Sidney Clark McDonald ( b. 1915, son of Nanny and John; d. 1977) Fredericka Sizemore, born ca 1848. Mary D. Sizemore, born ca 1846. John W. Sizemore, born ca 1850. to Some Creek Families & Friends ----------------------------------------------------------------- --------------- ALEXANDER DIXON MONIAC and ELIZABETH "BETSY" EHLERT or ELLIOT Contact Steve Travis for information on this family. Alexander Dixon Moniac LifeNotes: They were part of the founding ancestors of the Poarch Band Creeks, in addition to the McGhee / Semoice family. Born: Married: about 1812 Died: 1835 Parents: Samuel Takkes-Hadjo Moniac and Elizabeth Weatherford Elizabeth "Betsy"Ehlert or Elliot LifeNotes: Elizabeth sold the land she inherited from her father on 2/24/1830 to Peter Doty (deed recorded in Monroeville County Court House) Born: 179? in AL Married: about 1812 Died: 1846 Parents: Michael Ehlert or Elliot Their children were: Sam Moniac, born 1813. See his page. Married in between 1833-1837 to Susan Marlow (b. 1814; d. 1894, buried Madison-Moniac Cemetery). Their children: David John Moniac (b. ca 1838; m. Sarah Catherine Hales who was born ca 1838; d. before 1877; Catherine married 2n on 5/17/1877 to Origin Boone, son of Deramey Irene Tarvin and John Jarvis Boone), Martha Moniac (b. ca 1840), Michael Moniac (b. ca 1842), James P. Moniac (b. ca 1844), Richard "Dick" L. Moniac (b. ca 1846), Mary Moniac (b. ca 18150), Eliiza Monac (b. ca 1850), Levitia Moniac, Amelia Moniac, Alexander Moniac. Sam Moniac died 1896, buried in Huxford Indian Cemetery. Linn Moniac John Moniac Mary "Polly" Moniac, born ca 1815. Married Jack Coon (1800-1861, aka Jack Richard Rolin or Rollin). See his page. Their children: Margaret "Peggy" Rolin (Coon), Mary Rolin (Coon), Samuel Rolin (Coon), Elizabeth Rolin (Coon), Alexander Rolin (Coon), John Rolin (Coon) (b. 1844, Local, Escambia Co., AL; m. Rhoda Posie Taylor, daughter of George Washington Taylor and Mary Matilda Colbert), Richard "Tobe" Rolin (Coon), William Rolin (Coon), Joseph Rolin (Coon), Frances Rolin (Coon). Mary "Polly" Moniac died 1886, Monroe Co., AL. Margaret "Peggy" Moniac, born ca 1827 in AL. Married William David Bart Gibson. Their children were: Polly Louisa Gibson (b. ca 1849; m. ca 1863 to Joe McGhee), Brunella "Nettie" Gibson (b. ca 1851; blind; never married), Drucilla Gibson (b. ca 1853-4; m. on 1/26/1882 to John McGhee), Alice Gibson (b. ca 1854-6; m. William Adams), William Henry Gibson (b. 2/14/1856; m. Betty Hinton; d. 10/6/1916), Gideon Gibson (b. ca 1860-2 in Mt Pleasant, Monroe Co., AL; m. on 9/13/1883 or 9/20/1883 to Martha "Mattie" Moniac, daughter of David John Moniac and Sarah Catherine Hales -- see their page), David Gibson (b. ca 1865-6; m. Nancy Horseford), Matilda Gibson (b. 3/21/1869; m. John Presley; d. 3/16/1897). Have issue of these couples. Matilda "Tildy" Moniac, born 10/22/1813. Married on 6/4/1846 to Sidney Lomax (b.10 /22/1813 Abbeville Dist., SC). Their children: Mary Lomax (b. ca 1847-8), Martha Lomax (b. 1/4/1850; unmarried;, d. 11/14/1903, buried in Huxford Cemetery, Huxford, AL), Elizabeth Lomax (b. 1853; m. Adam Hollinger, son of Jefferson Hollinger and Elizabeth Harris), Sidney Lomax, Jr. (b. 3/25/1859; Blacksher Co., railroad foreman; m. Rosetta "Rhet" Boone; d. 12/16/1912, buried in Huxford Cemetery, Huxford, AL), maybe Felmore Lomax (b. 1862) (this may be the Tillman listed next), Tillman Lomax (b. 11/16/1861; Blacksher Co., Team Foreman; m. Minnie C. Keller; d. 11/12/1919), Dorothy "Dolly" Lomax (b. ca 1863; m. O. M. Richardson), Alderina Lomax (b. 3/14/1868; m. James M. Keller; d. 2/12/1954) Matilda died 7/30/1915, buried at Huxford Baptist Cemetery. to Some Creek Families & Friends ----------------------------------------------------------------- --------------- SAM MONIAC and SUSAN MARLOW With information from Steve Travis Sam Moniac LifeNotes: Appears in 1860 and1870 census Escambia Co. AL, and in 1880 census of Monroe Co. AL Born: 1811-3 AL Married: between 1833-1837 Died: 1896, buried in Huxford Indian Cemetery, AL. Parents: Dixon Moniac and Elizabeth "Betsy" Ehlert / Elliot Susan Marlow LifeNotes: Born: 1814 Married: Died: 1894, buried Madison-Moniac Cemetery Parents: James Marlow, a Creek Indian, who lost his life in the Massacre of Ft. Mims, and Suzanne ? Their children were: David John Moniac, born ca 1838 in Monroeville, AL. See his page. Married Sarah Catherine Hales (b. ca 1838). Their children were: Maneriva Moniac (b. 7/10/1860; m. Alexander Boone, son of John Boone, Jr.; d. 7/16/1918, buried Lindsey Cemetery), Martha " Mattie" Moniac (b. ca 1862; m. Gideon Gibson, son of Margaret Moniac and William David "Bart" Gibson). David John Moniac died before 1877. Sarah Catherine Hales married 2nd on 5/17/1877 to Origine Boone, son of Deramey Irene Tarvin and John Jarvis Boone). Martha Moniac, born ca 1838-40 in Mt Pleasant, Monroe Co., AL. Michael M. Moniac, born ca 1840-2. in Mt Pleasant, Monroe Co., AL. Married Julia Browning on 10/21/1861. Died 21 Oct 1861. James P. Moniac, born ca 1843-4 in Mt Pleasant, Monroe Co., AL. Married 1st- Mary Ann or Jane Williams (b. 1860-5 ; d. 1881), daughter of Wash and James Williams. Their children: Mary Adeline Moniac (b. 1872-4; never married), Susan I. Moniac (b. 1876), James I. Moniac (b. 1879), Elizabeth "Bessie" or "Betsy" Moniac (b. 1886 in AL; m. George Clinton Steadham, son of John Victor and Mary McGhee, on 9 April 1903). Married 2nd- Mary Moniac. Their child: Ida Moniac (b. 1882 m. James Williams on 9 April 1886, Monroe Co., AL). Note: not entirely sure which mother goes with later children. Richard "Dick" L. Moniac, born 1846 in Mt Pleasant, Monroe Co., AL. Died 7/11/1870. Mary Jane Moniac, born ca 1846-50 in Mt Pleasant, Monroe Co., AL. Married William Colbert, Jr., son of William Colbert and Celia Sizemore. Their children were: Henry Colbert (b. 1857), David Colbert (b. 1859), Elizabeth "Lizzie" Colbert (b. 1861; m. ? Rackard), William Colbert (b. 1864), Louisa Colbert (b. 1866; m. Aaron Rackard), Waller Colbert (b. 1869). Elizabeth "Lizzie" Moniac, born ca 1848-50 in Mt Pleasant, Monroe Co., AL. Married on 5/26/1873 to John D. Madison (b. 7/1/1840; d. 1897). Their children: Emily Madison (b. 7/25/1875; m. John Ernett Holder; d. 1895, committed suicide following childbirth), James Eugene Madison (b. 8/2/1876; m. Gussie Dewise, daughter of a full-blood Indian; d/ 7/11/1955, buried at Semiar Springs cemetery), Pearl Madison (b. 2/16/1877; m. 1st-Marcus Gentry; m. 2nd-James Alford Arrington; d. 6/7/1949, buried Uriah Cemetery), Ella Virginia Madison (b. 3/12/1879; m. Ed Shipp), Ethel Madison (b. 6/19/1881; d. 1896), Samuel Madison (b. 7/28/1883; d. 1906), William Howard Madison (b. 2/27/1885; m. Ida Williams; d. 1942), Frank Berry Madison (b. 2/17/1888 or 2/17/1890 per tombstone; m. Ola Stacy; d. 8/13/1937, buried Military Cemetery, Mobile, AL) Levitia Moniac, born 1854. Married John Francis Boone, son of John Jarvis Boone, Jr. and Harriet Nancy Poston, (b. 1852; d. 1901). They lived near Presswood Bridge between McCollough and Semiar Springs. Their children were: Charles 'Charlie" Weatherford Boone (m. ? Allen, the sister of George Allen), Harriet N. Boone (b. 11 Feb 1876 in Jack Springs, AL; m. George Washington Williams), Margaret "Maggie" Lee Boone (b. 1878 Escambia Co., AL; m. 1st-John Ernest Holder; m. 2nd ?; d. 25 Dec 1918), Frank Leslie Boone (b. 2/5/1880 in Jack Springs, AL), Daniel S. Boone (b. 12/7/1882 in Jack Springs, AL; m. Cllie McDonald; d. 11 Nov 1943), John Richard Boone (b. 1885 in Jack Springs, AL; m. ? Coleman, daughter of Doc Coleman), Susan Boone (b. 1887 Escambia Co., AL; m. 1st-George Allen; m. 2nd- ?; m. 3rd- ?), Clara L. Boone (b. 1889 in Jack Springs, AL; m. Harvey McClelland), Cora L. Boone (b. 1891 in Jack Springs, AL; m. Ed Kilpatrick). Amelia Moniac, born ca 1852 in Mt Pleasant, Monroe Co., AL. Alexander Moniac, born ca 1850 in Mt Pleasant, Monroe Co., AL. to Some Creek Families & Friends ----------------------------------------------------------------- --------------- POLLY MONIAC and JACK COON aka JACK RICHARD ROLIN or ROLLIN With information from Steve Travis Polly Moniac LifeNotes: Born: 1806 Married: Died: 1886, Monroe Co., AL. Parents: Dixon Moniac and Elizabeth "Betsy" Ehlert or Elliot Jack Coon aka Jack Richard Rolin or Rollin LifeNotes: Born: 1800; Married: ; Died: 1861 Parents: Their children were: Margaret "Peggy" Rolin (Coon), born 1856 in Local, Escambia Co, AL. Married William L. McGhee. Note: also have her marrying ? Rolin with children: Ida Rolin (m. on 19 Nov 1891, Escambia Co., AL to Lee McGhee), Henry Rolin (m. Josie McGhee, daughter of Joe Francis McGhee and Polly Louise Gibson), Jim Rolin, Darlie Rolin. Mary Jane Rolin (Coon), born 1848. Never married. Samuel Rolin (Coon). born Apr 1850 in Escambia Co, AL. Married 1st-Dollie Poston. Married 2nd-on 8/12/1883 to Frances "Frankie" Walker, daughter of Jay C. Walker and Treacy McGhee. Elizabeth "Betsy" Rolin (Coon), born ca 1839. Married 1st- James M. Johnson. Their child: Mary Matilda Johnson (b. 15 Nov 1869; m. Elijah Franklin Bell who was born Feb 1868 Dale Co., AL and who died 1902, and who was son of Jesse Bell and Winiford "Winnie" Bass, in about 1886; d. 18 Nov 1950 Pensacola, FL, buried in Johnson Cemetery, Range, AL). Married 2nd- Alexander McGhee, son of Jack McGhee and Mariah Hathcock (see his McGhee page). Their children were: Robert McGhee, Norman McGhee, Samuel Earnest McGhee, Matilda McGhee, Margaret Ella McGhee Alexander Rolin (Coon), born 1846 in Escambia Co, AL. Married Mary Hathcock (b. 1848). John Rolin (Coon), born 1844, Local, Escambia Co., AL. See his page. Married 1st- Rhoda Posie Taylor, daughter of George Washington Taylor and Mary Matilda Colbert. Their children were: John Richard Roland See his page (b. 13 Sep 1875 in Escambia Co, AL; m. on 12 Apr 1904 in Monroe Co, AL to Ella Georgia Williams who was born Jan 1884 in Uriah, Monroe, Co, AL and who died ca 1920 in Mt Vernon, Mobile Co, AL; d. 11 Nov 1959 in Escambia Co, FL, buried in Clear Springs Cemetery, Monroe Co, AL), Ellen Roland (b. 11 Nov 1877 in Escambia Co, AL), Lila Roland (b. ca 1879 in Escambia Co, AL), William Zeb Roland (b. 1885 in Escambia Co, AL), Zeffie Roland (b. 18 June 1890, Poarch, Escambia Co, AL; m. Ernest Gibson). Married 2nd-Sara ?. Their child: Lilly Ella Rolin (Coon) (m. Edmond Hansel Gibson). Richard (Tobe) Rolin (Coon), born ca 1843 AL. Married Frances McGhee, daughter of Jack McGhee and Mariah Hathcock (see his McGhee page). Their children were: Levia Rolin (Coon) (m. William Dewise), Martha Rolin (Coon), William Rolin (Coon), Sally Rolin (Coon), Peggy Rolin (Coon), Jennie Rolin (Coon) William Rolin (Coon) Joseph Rolin (Coon), born ca 1861 in Local, Escambia Co, AL. Married Josie Beckum, 21 Mar 1883. Left the area. Frances Rolin (Coon), born 1854 in Local, Escambia Co, AL. Nancy Rolin (Coon), born 1837. Adam Rolin (Coon), born 1860. Julia Rolin (Coon), born ca 1867. to Some Creek Families & Friends ----------------------------------------------------------------- --------------- DAVID JOHN MONIAC and SARAH CATHERINE HALES With information from Steve Travis David John Moniac LifeNotes: Born: ca 1836-8 in Monroeville, AL; Married: 20 Mar 1860; Died: before 1877. Parents: Sam Moniac and Susan Marlow Sarah Catherine Hales LifeNotes: Sarah Catherine Hales married 2nd on 5/17/1877 to Origine Boone, son of Deramey Irene Tarvin and John Jarvis Boone). The children of Sarah Catherine Hales and her 2nd- husband, Origine Boone were: Irwin Boone (m. Mamie Vivian Cristwell), Nancy Boone (m. 9/23/1891 to William Godwin), Adeline Boone (m. on 2/8/1896 to Jim Browder). Born: ca 1838-40; Married: 20 Mar 1860; Died: Parents: Their children were: Maneriva Moniac, born 7/10/1860 in Mt Pleasant, Monroe Co., AL. Married in ca 1877-8 Alexander Boone (b. 1/5/1855, son of John Boone, Jr., and Harriet Poston; d. 7/16/1918). Their children: John David Boone (b. 6/13/1879; m. Limer Allen; d. 7/1 8/1932), Ada Boone (b. 1881; m. Bob Fischer; d. 1925), Ida L. Boone (b. 3/28/1884; m. M. B. Rogers), Josephine Edith Boone (b. 5/3/1886; m. James Burl Adams; d. 5/3/1886), Catherine "Katie" Boone (m. ? Cassidy; buried Pensacola, FL), Mell V. Boone (b. 1890; m. Bob Sharrard; d. 1942), Elliot M. Boone (b. 5/15/1892; m. Jessie Kuykendall; d. 5/29/1914), Mae Boone (b. 5/29/1892; never married; d. 8/6/1927), Emery Boone (m. Blanche Vaughn; buried Pensacola, FL), Lennie Boone (m. Dale Bonham), Harold Alexander Boone (m. Onnie Taylor). Maneriva Moniac died 6/10/1914, buried in Lindsey Cemetery AL. (Information from the records of H. A. Boone, Booneville, A




    Father: MONIAC

    Marriage 1 Tuckabatche
      Children
      1. Has No Children Jessie MONIAC b: 1733
      2. Has Children Elise Janie MONIAC b: 1764 in Upper Creek

      Marriage 2 Sehoy III b: 1750 in upper, Creek Nation-EAst
        Children
        1. Has Children Hannah Moniac

        Marriage 3 Polly COLBERT b: 1780
          Children
          1. Has Children Nahoga MONIAC
          2. Has Children Jessie MONIAC b: 1773
          3. Has Children John MONIAC b: 1780 in Creek Nation-EAst
          4. Has Children Samuel Moniac b: 1781 in Creek Confederacy
          5. Has Children Mary "Polly" MONIAC b: 1797 in AL

          Sources:
          1. Title: Early VA MS Territory .FTW
            Repository:
            Media: Other
            Text: Date of Import: Jun 23, 2004

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