Osceola Powell

Osceola Powell (abt. 1804 - 1838)

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Osceola "Billy" Powell
Born about in Tallassee, Elmore County, Alabamamap
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[spouse(s) unknown]
[children unknown]
Died in Fort Moultrie, Charleston, South Carolinamap
Profile last modified | Created 9 May 2016
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Categories: Fort Moultrie, South Carolina | Tallassee, Alabama | US Southern Colonies Native Americans | Seminole | Second Seminole War | Creek War | Creek.


Osceola Powell was a Native American and member of the Creek tribe.

Osceola also known as Billy Powell

He died on January 30, 1838 from a throat infection. Some say he refused the "White Man's Medicine".

Osceola (Asi Yahola) was buried with military honors at Fort Moultrie, South Carolina.


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Santee Powell Headstone
Santee Powell Headstone

Daily Constitution, Clipping of Hepsy Powell
Daily Constitution, Clipping of Hepsy Powell

Missouri Powell Headstone
Missouri Powell Headstone

Osceola Headstone
Osceola Headstone


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