Sehoy

Some articles on sehoy:

Lachlan Mc Gillivray - Marriage and Family
... tradition, he took as a consort a high-status Creek woman named Sehoy Marchand ... Early biographers claimed Sehoy Marchand was the daughter of a French officer at Fort Toulouse named Jean-Baptiste Marchand ... Her mother was also named Sehoy, and she was a high-status woman of the Koasati (alternative spelling Coushatta), of the Wind Clan ...
Red Shoes (Muskogean Chief)
... DeCourtel Marchand and his Muskogee wife Sehoy ... However, some sources say that Red Shoes was the son of Sehoy's second husband Red Shoes (Choctaw chief) ... His sister, also named Sehoy, was the mother of Alexander McGillivray ...
William Weatherford - Early Life and Education
... Town, now Coosada) and Hickory Ground (Wetumpka), to Sehoy III, a high-status woman of the Wind Clan ("Hutalgalgi"), and Charles Weatherford, a Scots trader ... As the Creek were a matrilineal culture, Sehoy III's children were absorbed into the tribe despite their European ancestry ... Louis DeCourtel Marchand, the French commanding officer of Fort Toulouse and his wife Sehoy, a Creek of mixed race ...
Lachlan Mc Gillivray - Death and Legacy - Marriage and Issue
... Lachlan married Sehoy Marchand, member of the Wind Clan of the Creek, a daughter of Jean Marchand and Sehoy They had the following Alexander McGillivray, became the leader of the Creeks as they attempted to prevent ... Sehoy Marchand married again after McGillivray ... She had a daughter Sehoy (Sehoy III) ...