|Hattie Ward Perryman|
|Learn about upgrading this memorial...|
Hattie Ward (a niece of Chief Monty Canard) was born in the State of Alabama in 1803: She was a member of the Hichitie band of the Creek Nation and used altogether the Hichitie language.
She married a white man by the name of John Winslett who died in Alabama.
She married Lewis Perryman in about 1833.
Hattie died in the Creek nation in the year of 1866 and was buried at the Coweta Mission Cemetery, one mile southeast of the town Coweta, Oklahoma.
From the issue of this marriage was born to them, David Winslett and Ellen Winslett in 1844. David Winslett married Mahala Perryman at Coweta Mission of Indian territory, daughter of Lewis Perryman alias Ko Chuck na Micco (Mekko).
David Winslett was the author of the Creek Alphabet now in use by the Creek people-- He was a Presbyterian Elder. During the Civil War he served in the Confederate Service and died while in such service in 1862.
Lewis Perryman (1787 - 1862)
Ellen Winslett Perryman (1819 - 1854)*
Befeeny Winslett Perryman (1826 - 1877)*
Sanford Ward Perryman (1834 - 1876)*
Created by: Tulsa Historical Society
Record added: May 09, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 110253820
Privacy Statement and Terms of Service