I'm seeing the same thing with my 9 th g grandfather, Moses Odum, Listed as Moses AKA Chief Moytoy Mishapelewa Big Turkey Hop Cornstalk, Shawnee War Chief" Odum. Original ancestor is William 1st, 1552. William I I, Abraham, Richard, Moses, Moses, Moses. .I also have Moses wife as Rachael Sessums. In the native American genealogy, there are several family names, including Sessums. In Moses will there is an item of bequeathed to his daughter "one hackle (feather)..?? That sentence suggests that it was of some importance to him. According to historical records, the Shawnee were notorious for raiding settlers and kidnapping the women and children.Also it is said that many of the young men of that time rejected the hard labor of farming and spent their time hunting trapping and exploring. Many also took Indian wife's. (Pocahontas and John Smith as example) One descendant I know has takenDNA and had no Indian connection, but the possibilities of being an adopted member of a tribe, and taking a captive white bride is not out of the question. After the defeat of the Shawnee at Point Pleasant, some 200 white captives were released. Most were from Virginia area. Also many people with Indian (connections) hid their background after Andrew Jackson pursued the Indian removal act, to avoid being killed or moved from their lands. As I stated, I can see a " Dance's With Wolves " scenario , but no real proof. I also would like to get to the real truth of the matter. By the way, I also have a Floyd connection, through Nancy Jane Odum who married James Monroe Floyd. It seems that a Jesse Odum was a companion of Daniel Boone who opened up the Cumberland Gap that lead to the migration of settlers into Kentucky and Tennessee. The Shawnee had a settlement for a time where Fort Nashboro (Nashville) is today and near the area where many of the Odums, Floyd's, Swans, Kinchens, Beards,and Oaklys arrived from North Carolina. Hope this helps.