Katee "Bird" Mekoche


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1. Chief Okowellos Paxinosa "Hard-Striker" Cornstalk

Katee "Bird" Mekoche 1

  • Born: 1682
  • Marriage (1): Chief Okowellos Paxinosa "Hard-Striker" Cornstalk
  • Died: 1740 at age 58

bullet  General Notes:

?Facts and Events
Name[2] Katee "Bird" Mekoche
Gender Female
Birth[2] 1682
Death[2] 1740
Burial[1] Ohio, USA
near the Scioto River
? The Grenadier Squaw
KNOW YOUR STATE, Greenbrier Independent, November 2,1962
By Phil Connelly, President Education Foundation, Incorporated

Excerpt: Some time after this attack, the Grenadier Squaw moved to Pennsylvania to a place near what is now Pittsburgh. In 1785, she petitioned the
Commissioner of Indian Affairs for a grant of land on the Scioto River, her former home and where her mother was buried. It seems that this petition, which was referred to Congress, was never acted upon.
? 2.0 2.1 2.2 Chief Cornstalk: Shawnee Lineage Metcalf Family Mews


Katee married Chief Okowellos Paxinosa "Hard-Striker" Cornstalk, son of Hokolesqua Opechan Stream Cornstalk and Pasmere Carpenter. (Chief Okowellos Paxinosa "Hard-Striker" Cornstalk was born in 1672 in Ohio, USA and died after 1754.)



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