Larry D. Kingsley
lists her name as Cecelia. Not su re if they are the same woman. Gregory Roselle States her name as Cecelia Gord on but no support data. If she is the same person as Nitahotima, then Cece lia Gordin is her English name or the name she may have taken through a se cond husband. Roselle lists all of the same children except for Priscilla. LDS Ancestral File #: 3BL7-34
Herodutus claimed that the wife of Apries was called Nitetis, but there ap pears to be no contemporary souses evidencing her name.
Chief Nitachiki had several sons. One was John Okla Homma (John Stanley/ Ya Cha Pre-e). The Chief's son Nitakechi jr. (he died of TB a few years af ter the marriage) married Moshulatubbee's daughter who was nicknamed Kiami achi and they had a son named Alla Nakni who was killed during the Civil W ar at Antietam Creek. District Chief of the Pushmataha District, Choctaw Nation (Mississippi). 1 830-1834 Additional Information: Nitakechi, according to many books, migrated west to Indian Territory wi th his people. He had working closely with him, Pierre Juzan, son of Charl es Juzan, and apparently his nephew. Pierre Juzan was educated by missiona ries, and briefly attended the Choctaw Academy in Scott County, KY in 182 8. (Although he does appear to be quite old for this based on his approxim ated birth date). By 1831, he was assisting Nitakechi as a translator, a nd a letter from him can be found in Clara Sue Kidwell's book, Choctaws a nd Missionaries in Mississippi, 1818-1918. Nitakechi is best known for h is confrontation with David Folsom, which almost caused an intertribal wa r. He was siding with Moshulatubbee, and trying to get him reinstated as c hief. Moshulatubbee's daughter Kiamichi is rumored to have been one of t he wives of Nitakechi. His son Henry Groves is named in the suppleme nt of the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek. Cushman lists a son named Capta in Jackson Nittakechi, and a son in law, Tunapho Humma (Red Gum). In 18 44 Nitakechi accompanied the indian agent Armstrong to Mississippi in an a ttempt to persuade the remaining Choctaws to emigrate. He died in Novemb er 1845 in Lauderdale County, MS some say he became ill after attending h is brother's funeral.
Surname may have been Hicks[family ties 1B.FTW] Surname may have been Hicks
Cautionary Note: Middle name taken from http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/c gi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:1610030&id=I89 154197. I have never seen this na me on any other Creek records or internet sites before this.[family ties 1 B.FTW] Cautionary Note: Middle name taken from http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/c gi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:1610030&id=I89 154197. I have never seen this na me on any other Creek records or internet sites before this.