Nanyehi known in English as Nancy Ward (ca. 1738–1822 or 1824) was a
Beloved Woman of the Cherokee, ...
Located on Hwy 411, south of Benton, is the gravesite of Nancy Ward, Beloved
Woman of the Overhill Cherokees, and her son Five Killer. The graves overlook ...
The grave site of the "Beloved Woman of the Cherokee" and of her son, "Five
Killer" is located just south of Benton on the Ocoee River. It was in this vicinity that
Mar 8, 2013 ... Nancy Ward (c 1738-1822), Cherokee leader, was probably born at Chota, ....
Nancy Ward's Grave, once unmarked, near Benton, Tennessee
Jun 9, 2016 ... Place of Burial: Benton, Polk, Tennessee, United States ... Matching family tree
profiles for Nancy Ward, Beloved Woman of the Cherokee.
Introduction to Nancy Ward Nancy Ward Grave Site Nancy Ward Museum Fund -
link removed 6-2-11 by request of project manager. Nancy Ward Musical by ...
Nancy Ward's grave, in Polk County. Later, as European settlers took over parts
of Tennessee, she began to blend into the white world, and she became known ...
Nancy Ward Gravesite, Benton: See 3 reviews, articles, and photos of Nancy
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Tame Doe, born on c1738 at Cherokee Nation (now TN); died on 1822 at
Cherokee Nation (now Polk county, TN); buried at Nancy Ward's Grave, Polk, TN.
Subject: [Cherokee Genealogy only] NANCY WARD GRAVESITE(article 2001)
Date: Mon, 26 Feb 2001 20:20:05 -0800. This was in Monday,Feb.26,Chatt.Times