While the number of Doublehead’s children, records, and testimony of descendants suggests that Doublehead had as many as five wives, there are only two that are named in documents: 1) Nannie Drumgoole and 2) Kateeyah Wilson, both named in depositions filed regarding Doublehead’s estate and Eastern Cherokee applications of descendants. Transcriptions at AMERIND-US-SE-L/200-12/0977343555 and AMERIND-US-SE-L/2000-12/0977343614 EC apps 10725(Bird Doublehead) 447 (John Springston).
3) While there is some suggestion that Christian Priber may have cohabitated with a Cherokee between 1736-1744, there is no solid evidence to identify either his Cherokee female mate, nor any offspring that might have resulted from such a union. There is no proof that Creat Priber ever existed.
4) Unknown Cherokee woman/women – the mother or mothers of Saleechie and her unnamed sister, and sisters Nigodigayu and Gulustiyu.
5. Unknown Delaware Woman. Introduced about 2007 by Tankersley when the “Creat Priber-as-mother” myth was busted.
6. Jennie Harrison, appears in James Hicks' Cherokee Lineages tree on Rootsweb. No documentation, no children.
Thank you Kathie Forbes for research on this question.