GEDCOM for Amatoya Moytoy, I, of Tellico

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Does anyone have a GEDCOM file that I can view of the Amatoya Moytoy, I, of Tellico family line? I checked out Moytoy-1 and other Moytoy proviles, but they are not complete to take advantage of the family tree and tools options (ie. Amatoya Moytoy only has 1 of his children listed). I am looking to collect names and birth/death dates of descendants. If anyone has a GEDCOM file that I can look at would be great. I appreciate the help.
WikiTree profile: Amatoya Moytoy
asked in Genealogy Help by Jaime Jones G2G Crew (980 points)
edited by Jaime Jones
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Thank you. I removed it. Just wasn't sure if you can send attachments via the messaging system here.
I don't think you can, but you can share your e-mail address privately with anyone who responds to you through the messaging system.

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The early Amatoya Moytoy did not exist.  The later, real, person has no known modern descendants.  He had one documented child, Amoscossite, who left no descendants.  The trees you find on the Internet and the people from the 15- and 1600’s are fictional.
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Hmm, that explains my confusion. One of the main reasons why I was looking for a GEDCOM was because of all the various information out there. I tracked my family line back to Delaware Indian Fivekiller (1674) who married Tame Doe (1678). I’m trying to find out who Delaware Indian Fivekiller parents are. Everything that I found said Amatoya Moytoy, but I guess this is completely wrong and now I’m more confused than ever.
Nancy Ward’s parents are unknown.  “Tame Doe” is a name from a fictional account of Nancy’s life;  one later account of her life suggests that her father was an adopted Delaware Indian.  The best information on Nancy Ward can be found on the web site of the Association of Nancy Ward Descendants, Nancyward.org   David K. Hampton’s book “Cherokee Mixed-Bloods”  includes a complete and accurate descendancy  through four generations, with documentation connecting those individuals to later Records such as Dawes and Eastern Cherokee applications.

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