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  • ID: I13125
  • Name: John William Powell
  • Suffix: Sr. 1 2 3
  • Reference Number: 13135
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1761 in Ireland/Scottland, SC
  • Death: ABT 1810 in Bayou Chitto, LA
  • Census: 1783 Spanish Census of East FL
  • Note:

    1783 Census East Florida Territory:

    POWELL, William
    Farmer married with 4 children undecided to remain or leave; he owns 3 Negroes and 4 horses;
    he and family live on the St. Marys River.

    The following information is from: georgiatude@earthlink.net (Crystal S. Gregory)
    Bible records of children of William and Nancy Powell in possession of Julian Wilson Harris checks
    with children in the age groups of the 1820 Washington County Georgia census in the William Powell family.

    Marriages




    William Powell and Nancy Edwards, his wife were married November 12, 1802.

    Eliza Rebecca Powell was married to Thomas A. Wall May 4, 1847.

    Emeline A. Powell and Daniel Frasiere were married October 21, 1825.

    Winifred Powell and Martin Luther Bivins were married October 25, 1838.

    Josiah C. Powell and Martha L. Macon were married April 25, 1869.

    Samuel Powell and Susan Lawhorne were married January 1, 1861.

    Martha Rebecca Winifred Bivins and James Davis Wilson were married March 26, 1861.




    Bible records if children of William and Nancy Powell in possession of Julian Wilson Harris checks with children in th e age groups of the 1820 Washington County Georgia census in the William Powell family.




    Males Births Age Census

    William Powell 1778 42 1820

    James L. Powell 1803 17 1820

    William, Jr. Powell 1808 12 1820

    Thomas A. Powell 1811 9 1820

    John E. Powell 1816 4 1820




    Females Births Age Census

    Nancy Powell 1780 40 1820

    Emeline Powell 1806 14 1820

    Martha Powell 1813 7 1820

    Winifred Powell 1818 2 1820




    Foreign, not naturalized- -2 Indian girls by the Creek Indian Princess Naimee and her sister. See papers of Floribel St ewart Trotman; National No. 448168, Admitted December 5, 1956, Washington, D.C.




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    (Note: Abstracted from "A History of Marion County, Georgia,
    Motherland of Many" by Rena S. Cobb. William Powell was born
    in N.C., July 20, 1778. He marrid Nancy Edwards November 12,
    1802 in Chesterfield Co., Va. He died July 31, 1857. He and
    wife Nancy are buried Pineville Cemetery.)

    Genealogy #4




    William Powell and Nancy Edwards parents of Eliza R. Powell. Please see Pineville, Marion County Georgia cemetery recor ds sent by Julian Wilson Harris (C.A.) to State and National D.A.R. Library. Certified copy of tombstone records at Pin eville, Marion County Georgia cemetery by Floribel Stewart Trotman. National No. 448168. Attached copy of will of Willi am Powell copied by Julian Wilson Harris (C.A.). Regent of Button Gwinnett Chapter D.A.R., Columbus, Georgia from the w ill book in the office of Ordinary of Marion County Georgia.




    Mrs. H.F. Davis attested by the Chapter Registrar and signed by Mrs. T.K. Kendrick, State Registrar and another chapte r member. Attested copy of record in Family Bible of Julian Wilson Harris 1627-18th Avenue (now 2745 Drive, Atlanta, Ge orgia) from information given her by her Aunt, Mrs. Emma Wilson Hughes, Bible of Samuel Wilson, now in possession of

    S.T. Wilson, III of Tampa, Florida. Marion County History (Powell) Secretary of Biographical Sketches of Leading Citize ns, Chattahoochee County Georgia History (Rogers). Floribel Stewart Trotman writes of having visited on March 30, 195 2 the sandy regions around Buena Vista which used to be known as the Kinchafoonee District finding the graves of our an cestors, William and Nancy Powell. She found the graves under beautiful moss covered cedar trees side by side.




    Tombstone




    In Memory of

    William Powell

    who was born

    July 20, 1778

    and died

    July 31, 1852

    Tombstone




    In Memory of

    Nancy Powell

    Born

    August 15, 1780

    Died

    May 31, 1857

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    Family Bible of Julian Wilson Harris wife of Charles Ausley Harris.




    THE HOLY BIBLE




    Containing the Old and New Testaments translated out of the original tongues and with the former translations diligentl y compared and revised by His Majesty's special command. Appointed to be read in Churches- - New York Thomas Nelson an d Sons 381- #85 Fourth Ave.




    News York August 1900




    William Powell born July 20, 1778 in North Carolina. Died July 31, 1852 in Marion County, Pineville, Georgia. Married N ovember 12, 1802 to Nancy Edward, born August 15, 1780 in Virginia. Died May 31, 1857 in Marion County Georgia.




    Children

    1. James L. Powell

    2. Emeline A. Powell

    3. William, Jr.

    4. Thomas A.

    5. Martha Ann

    6. John E.

    7. Winifred

    8. Samuel J.

    9. Josiah C.

    10. Eliza R.

    Births

    September 24, 1803

    April 14, 1806

    November 30, 1808

    March 1, 1811

    June 10, 1813

    February 24, 1816

    April 8, 1818

    January 29, 1820

    August 24, 1822

    September 3, 1830Deaths




    December 4, 1870

    December 29, 1820

    December 8, 1827

    April 23, 1846

    May 5, 1816

    September 6, 1841






    July 16, 1893 Martha Rebecca Winifred Bivins, daughter of Martin L. Bivins and Winifred Powell, was born May 5, 1841 an d died October 19, 1884.

    William Hill Wall, son of Thomas A. Wall and Eliza R. Powell Wall, was born November 26, 1848 and died September 3, 186 4 (he was killed when a horse ran over him).

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    James Powell and Alse Powell, parents of William Powell. Please see Supplemental of Gussie Parkhurst Hill-National No . 240084 on Services of James Powell of Virginia, North Carolina, and Georgia. Please see Mrs. Hill's books: George Par khurst and Allied Families, pages 11-57, marriages of James and Alse Powell in Virginia.

    RECORDS BURNED.

    Deed certificates as to her name, Alse Powell of Virginia Hill (pages 11-56). Land record page 47. In this book is a ce rtified copy from the clerk of Brunswick County Virginia of a deed between James and Also Powell and his brother, Thoma s Powell of Brunswick County Virginia dated January 19, 1772. James Powell and Alse, his wife, of Orange County North C arolina to Thomas Powell of Brunswick County Virginia for eighty (80) pounds, sold 260 acres at a court held in Brunswi ck County Virginia, February 24, 1772, the indenture was proved on oaths of witnesses and ordered Deed book No. 10, pag e 320.

    Revolutionary Services of James Powell. Please see Nation No. 240084, Mrs Gussie Parkhurst Hill (De Los) Men in the Rev olution, volume 3, page 183, April 13, 1777. Revolution claims in Virginia and North Carolina magazine. James Powell, R evolutionary Soldier, now resident of the state of Georgia. Applies for land bounty as soldier. Executive office. Mille dgeville, Georgia. Death of James Powell revealed by deeds which mention the 1790 will of James Powell deceased of Gly n County Georgia. RECORDS BURNED. Please see George Parkhurst and Allied Families. Hill 234, 235, 236 where two of th e sons received land in Orange County North Carolina in the will of their father James Powell as mentioned in the Gly n and Orange County deeds 1799. See Floribel Stewart Trotman National No. 448168, admitted December 5, 1956.








    The WILLIAM AND NANCY EDWARDS POWELL FAMILY BIBLE is owned by Mrs. C.A. Harris of Columbus, Georgia.








    The following information is from the "Powell Family Genealogy Forum".

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    Re: Chief Osceola
    Posted by: Betty Wadford Date: December 21, 1999 at 08:41:07
    In Reply to: Re: Chief Osceola by Lee Pinkney Powell, Jr. of 4233


    Lee,
    What information are you looking for?
    Maby this will help. Latter Day Saints-Family search, Ancestral file.
    WILLIAM POWELL: (AFN:18L8-OMG) Born 1761 Ireland/Scotland Wife POLLY MONIAC COPINGER(AFN:18l8-7V4) Born 1769 Ecunhutkee , Tallassee,Ga. Father: JOSE COPINGER (AFN:18L8-7SP) Mother: ANN MCQUEEN (AFN:18L8-9T8)

    CHILDREN
    1. MISSOURI POWELL (AFN:18L8-OPV)
    B. 1793 Eucunhutkee, Tallassee
    Territ, Ga.

    D. Moniac, Charlton, Ga.
    Bur. Johnnycan Brch, Glynn, Ga.


    2. SANSE POWELL (AFN:18L8-9XV)
    B. 1798/1799 ECUNHUTKEE, TALLASSEE, GA.

    3. BILLY POWELL (AFN:18L8-DBN)
    B.1801 Ecunhutkee , Tallassee, Ga.
    D. 30 JAN. 1838 FORT MOULTRIE
    CHARLESTON,SC

    4. SARAH ANN POWELL (AFN: 18L8-OR9)
    B. 1800 Ecunhutkee, Tallassee, Ga.


    Lee I have some problems with this file.
    and would like to add a few NOTES: Jose Copinger is the same DON JOSE COPPINGER
    APPOINTED BY THE KING OF SPAIN to distribute land known as "the Spanish Land Grant."
    Note Spelling of Coppinger. He was at that time Governor of Eastern Florida.,
    {Alachua County FL. History, According to Levy.}

    My family history differs in that I have Missouri and Miss Sara(Sanee} as the same person. I
    will have to check this out , Also Missouri is Buried at the NORTH PRONG CEMETARY, BAKER
    COUNTY, FL. I am going up there and personally look at the markers. She married

    SIR JOHN MILLEDGE CANADAY, SR. B.1778 COLERAINE, IRELAND, BURIED IN MONIAC,
    CHARLTON , CO. GA. {MY RECORDS SHOW MISSOURI IS ALSO BURIED THERE.}
    THE WARRIOR OSCEOLA IS KNOWN IN RECORDS AS "BILLY POWELL" , according to records
    in Alabama, He was adopted by Powell, as was the two sisters. ALABAMA RECORDS AND FLORIDA RECORDS DIFFER. PLEASE CHEC K MY "JAMES MCQUEENS " File THIS GENFORUM. THESE ARE DIRECT DESENDANTS OF MINE. The University of Florida in Gainesvil le, FL./ say the two sisters
    went back to Oklahoma. Maby so, they must have come back, because my relatives married
    Missouri.

    JAMES MCQUEEN IS LISTED IN THE " DAWES ROLLS"
    # 2533. This is recognized by the CREEK INDIANS. He was born in 1683 d. 1811. Buried Alabama.
    This is all in my file. JAMES HAD 4 CHILDREN WE KNOW OF. BOB,{FULHUNNY, OR FULFUNNY },PETER AND ANN.

    PETER BECAME A CREEK CHIEF.(TALMUCHES HALCHO) HE FOUGHT IN "BURNT CORN" AND
    MANY BATTLES. LOOK UNDER INDIAN CHIEFS,Alabama Creek-Muscogee-Seminole History.
    Creek Indian War 1813-1814./Alabama Dept. of Archives and History... The Creek Stories

    Index..Http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~cmamcrk4/crksindex.html

    ANN MCQUEEN B. 1747 (AFN:18l8-9T8) in TALLAHASSE, INDIAN TERR., GA. WAS THE MOTHER
    OF POLLY MONIAC COPINGER. AND POLLY WAS OSCEOLA'S , Missouri, and Sanse's MOTHER.
    The AFN numbers are needed to open the LATTER DAY SAINTS FILES.

    This will help you get started. Let me know what else you need.

    Betty Wadford fjwadford@email.msn.com

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    Subject: Osceola

    Posted by: Alice Powell-Williams
    Message: According to my family notes, there has always been a dispute as to whether the
    William who married Osceola's mother was the s/o James Powell, Sr (1733-1790)=Alse Cotton,
    b. in VA,and came to Darien,Glynn Co GA in 1782.. OR the s/o John Powell, of Robeson, NC.
    (whom my family notes call "Uncle John").

    See the "History of Florida", Vol. I, p42, and World Book Encyclopedia, p654, Vol.14. These
    sources say that Osceola was only 1/4 white, the son of a Scotsman, and no blood kin to
    WILLIAM POWELL, an Indian Agent who married the Indian Princess, Osceola's mother. They
    lived on the Chattahoochee River, now known as Seminole Co GA.

    Family notes say that by the time Osceola's mother took her son back to Fla. to become
    Chief of the Seminoles, she and WM. POWELL were the parents of two little girls, one named
    Mau-Mee. She left these two young girls with their father, WM. POWELL, who later remarried.
    Osceola was b. 1803 and died in a prison in SC in 1838.
    WILLIAM POWELL, s/o James & Alse POWELL, was b. c1765, d. 5/30/1830.
    Perhaps this will be helpful in pursuing Osceola.


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    The following are some interesting discussion notes on Osceola, found on the genforum:


    Records show that OSCEOLA'S parents were JOHN Powell b. 1780 d. 1997-1999 Seminole Tribe of Florida
    6300 Stirling Road
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    The following are some interesting discussion notes on Osceola, found onthe genforum:


    Records show that OSCEOLA'S parents were JOHN Powell b. 1780 d. Bayou Chitto, LA
    m. PRINCESS SALLIE MARIE.

    John parents were ABSOLUM Powell, b. 5-19-1752, Johnson Co., NC, d.10-14, 1834,
    Columbus Co., NC. m. MARY STEPHENS.

    The Seminole Indians were a fraction of the MUSKHOGEAN tribe. Cherokee were a fraction
    of the IROQUOIS tribe., source: "Indians of the United States"pub.1940, Clark Wissler.
    I have files saved on Osceola if you want me to send them to you direct.Hope this helps.

    Marsha Powell


    I have Osceola's parent as John William Powell and Polly Copinger m.1803. John's parents as
    James Powell 1740-1791 and Alse. Grandparents as Thomas Powell 1680-1757 and Elizabeth Edwards(daug. of Thomas Edwards) . Thomas's parents as Wm. Powell and Elizabeth ?. Polly
    Copingers parents were ? Copinger and Ann (Nancy) McQueen. Ann McQueen's parent as James McQueen 1683-1811 ( he lived t o be 123 years old) and a Tallassee Creek Indian. Osceola's
    father and 2 of his sisters went west during the Indian removal of 1836.
    Sharon Powell Tate


    Posted by: Ralph Rodriguez
    Date:October 17, 1998 at 16:00:28
    In Reply to: Powell - Cherokee Connect
    ion by Cindy Steenfott
    of 2626


    Cindy, did you know that Chief Osceola of the Seminole Indian tribe was Willam Powell Jr.?,
    descended from James & Alsey Powell of VA? He didn't want to claim his white ancestry and
    denied it, but history says it was so. I have been told that the Seminoles of Floirda are a branch
    of the Cherokee tribe. m. PRINCESS SALLIE MARIE.

    John parents were ABSOLUM Powell, b. 5-19-1752, Johnson Co., NC, d.10-14, 1834, Columbus
    Co., NC. m. MARY STEPHENS.

    The Seminole Indians were a fraction of the MUSKHOGEAN tribe. Cherokee were a fraction of the IROQUOIS tribe., source : "Indians of the United States" pub.1940, Clark Wissler.

    I have files saved on Osceola if you want me to send them to you direct. Hope this helps.

    Marsha Powell


    I have Osceola's parent as John William Powell and Polly Copinger m.1803. John's parents as
    James Powell 1740-1791 and Alse. Grandparents as Thomas Powell 1680-1757 and Elizabeth Edwards(daug. of Thomas Edwards) . Thomas's parents as Wm. Powell and Elizabeth ?. Polly
    Copingers parents were ? Copinger and Ann (Nancy) McQueen. Ann McQueen's parent as James McQueen 1683-1811 ( he lived t o be 123 years old) and a Tallassee Creek Indian. Osceola's
    father and 2 of his sisters went west during the Indian removal of 1836.

    Sharon Powell Tate


    Posted by: Ralph Rodriguez
    Date:October 17, 1998 at 16:00:28
    In Reply to: Powell - Cherokee Connect
    ion by Cindy Steenfott of 2626


    Cindy, did you know that Chief Osceola of the Seminole Indian tribe was Willam Powell Jr.?,
    descended from James & Alsey Powell of VA? He didn't want to claim his white ancestry and
    denied it, but history says it was so. I have been told that the Seminoles of Floirda are a branch
    of the Cherokee tribe.





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    Re: Tanner-Chief Osceola Connection 1808
    Posted by: Lisa Looney Date: November 28, 2000 at 20:25:02
    In Reply to: Re: Tanner-Chief Osceola Connection 1808 by Lisa Looney of 1812


    More Oceola info. I like this writer, you may want to check this book out or buy it.

    "Osceola's Legacy" by Patricia Wickman

    William Powell was a trader, probably of British descent, living at Tallassee. Hwakins spoek of him as a man of littl e property and apparently unambitious.

    William Orrie Tuggle, a native Georgian and legal counsel of the Crek Indians in OK 1879-82 earned the respect of man y of hte chiefs and recorded a sizable number of their folk tales. Tughgle records an intro to an Indian woman named He psy Ho-mar-ty, a sister of Osceola. Hepsy was stout, had a pleasant face, hazel eyes, somehat resembling the picture o f her brother. She was fourteen years old when her peole left AL. AShe said that her father was a White man named Powel l, who was also the father of Osceola, but their mothers were not the same, that she remembered some of the incidents ( in) the war of 1836 and was now a widow. She did not know her age, neither did Hepsy speak English. (I find many confli cts with this parantage account)

    From the Powell families of VA and NC comes another piece of the story which does not conflict in its main elements wit h any of this info. Acc to the family genealogy, Wm Powell was the eldest son of James and Alse Powell, who had moved f rom Brunswick Co., VA to Glynn Co GA, in the latter part of 1782. THe family records name male ancestors for three gene rations prior to the birth of James but give a birthplace only for James' father, Thomas. He was born in the Isle fo Wi ght Co, VA, and died in Brunswick Co., VA in 1757.

    William Powell was one of eight children (7 brothers and 1 sister). Family tradition offers the following info, unsubst antiated by any docs. "William", the eldest son, was an Indian trader. He married a Creek Indian Princess, the daughte r of an Indian Chief, and they lived in what is now Seminole County, GA, on the Chattanoochee River. THey had one son , Osceola, the famous Indian of the Florida Seminole War, and two daughters, one named Maurnee. For some reason, Osceol a's mother fled with him to the Seminoles in FL. Later, Wm. Powell moved with his two daughters to the west. This tradi ion has been handed down to each succeeding generation of this family.

    (page 7) from Woodward's comments in his chronicles, we may piece together a genealogy for young Osceola. This man (Osc eola) was the great grandson of James McQueen. You knew his father - the little Enlighman, Powell. His mother was Poll y Copinger.

    James McQueen, the scion of the family, was in most ways, typical of so many whites who moved into the Indian lands o f AL and GA after the American Revolutionary Way subsided and before ifs finale, the War of 1812 began. He was a Scotsm an and sailor who had deserted his English vesseel after striking an officer. The ship was anchored "at" Spanish St. Au gustine and through the Spansih terrority, McQueen made his way to the Creek Nation by 1716. He wa, byu his own account , 33 years old at the time.

    McQueen married a "Tallassee woman" and settled himself in Montgomery Co.

    Bob was a very old man when I first knew him. He and Fullunny had Indian wives. Peter, the youngest son, married Bets y Durrant. They raised one son, James and three daugthers, Milly, Nancy and Tallassee. The Big Warrior's son, Yargee, h ad the three sisters for wives at the same time, and would have taken more half sisters. After Peter McQueen died, hi s widow returned from FL and married Willy McQueen, the nephew of Peter, and raised two daughters, Sophia and Muscogee , and some two or three boys. Old James McQueen had a daughter named Ann, commonly called Nancy. HE called her after th e Queen of England, whose service he quit when he came into the Nation. Of late years, it was hard to find a young Tall assee without some of the McQueen blood in his veins. Theis daughter, Ann raised a daugther by one Copinger and calle d her Polly. She was the mother of UIssa Yaholo, or Black Drink, but bettern known as Osceola. James McQueen was brie d on the west (Montgomery) side of the Nufaupba Creek, on property later owned by a Mr. Vaugh, about a mile from the br ith place of Osceola.

    Sprague reports that William Powell remained in GA until he migrated to Arkansas in 1836. He also says that Peter McQue en (son of James McQueen) died in FL shortly after Gen. Jackson's campaign in 1818, on a little barren island on the Al tantic side of Cape Florida, below presnt-day Miami.

    (I find this genealogy confusing and if you follow it, even in a chart, it can be confusing with multiple marriages an d conflicting info, I still question William Powell as Chief Osceola's father).

    "Patricia Wickman, if you are out there, please assist us!"
  • _UID: 2346334CC3E1415B813E7BD218181CCC4CDE
  • Change Date: 18 DEC 2011



    Father: James Powell b: 1740 in VA
    Mother: Alse b: in VA

    Marriage 1 Nancy Edwards
    • Married: 12 NOV 1802 in Chesterfield Co., Va
    Children
    1. Has No Children Emaline A. Powell
    2. Has Children Eliza R. Powell
    3. Has No Children Samuel Powell
    4. Has No Children Josiah C. Powell
    5. Has No Children Winifred Powell
    6. Has No Children Martha Rebecca Winifred Bivins

    Marriage 2 "Chekika" Polly Ann Moniac Coppinger b: 1769 in Ecunhutkee, Tallassee, Ga
    • Married: 1803
    Children
    1. Has No Children Hepsy Homarty Powell
    2. Has No Children Maurnee Powell
    3. Has Children Sari Missouri Powell b: 1793 in Ecunhutkee, Tallahassee Territory, GA
    4. Has No Children Sanse Powell b: ABT 1798
    5. Has No Children Sarah Ann Powell b: 1800
    6. Has Children John William (Billy Osceola) Powell b: 1808 in Ecunhutkee, Tallassee, AL

    Sources:
    1. Title: Marsha Powell wingo2@webtv.net
    2. Text: LDS (AFN:18L8-OMG)
    3. Text: georgiatude@earthlink.net (Crystal S. Gregory)

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