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Opechancanough Mangopeesomon (Don Luis de Velasco) n. 1545 d. 5 octobre 1645

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Patronyme Tihanama
Sexe masculin
Identité complète Opechancanough Mangopeesomon
Autres éléments d'identification Don Luis de Velasco
Parents

? (Lady of the Tihanama) [Tihanama]

Francisco ? (de Chicora) [?] n. vers 1510

Wiki-page wikipedia:Opchanacanough
[1][2][3][4][5][6]

Évènements

1545 naissance: Virginia, Cinquoateck -

naissance enfant: Keesacoma (Keesecomas) [Tihanama]

1560 autre événement: Taken by the Spanish to Mexico

1569 domicile: Havana (Cuba), In August 1570, Father Segura, Father Luis de Quiros, former head of the Jesuit college among the Moors in Spain, and six Jesuit brothers set forth from their base in Havana to establish their new mission in Ajacan. A young boy, Alonso Olmos, called Alonc

1570 domicile: Ajacan, Virginia

5 octobre 1645 décès: Jamestown (Virginia)

Notes et références

  1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Don_Luis - Paquiquino (Opechancanough) son of the Werowance baptized as Don Luis.
  2. Jamestown, Williamsburg, Yorktown: the official guide to America's historic ... By Colonial Williamsburg Foundation -
  3. https://books.google.com/books?id=NtzbjkHXQSQC&lpg=PA60&ots=EuWe4NLvP2&dq=Cinquoateck&pg=PA60#v=onepage&q=Cinquoateck&f=false - Location of Cinquoateck - Cinquoateck was located about where West Point is now situated
  4. Loker, Aleck (2010). La Florida: Spanish exploration & settlement of North America, 1500 to 1600. -
  5. Rountree, Helen C. (December 15, 2010). "Don Luís de Velasco / Paquinquineo (fl. 1561–1571)". Encyclopedia Virginia. -
  6. MR Peter C Mancall (2007). The Atlantic World and Virginia, 1550-1624. UNC Press Books. ISBN 978-0-8078-3159-5. -

des grands-parents aux petits-enfants

Grands-parents
William Muston (Churchill of Calais)
naissance: 1520, Dorset (England)
Francis Churchill of Muston (Ensenore Francesco)
domicile: vers, St. Barbe (Newfoundland and Labrador), Described as a Prince of a Foreign Nation
domicile: Kiskiack, Virginia
domicile: Secotan/Saguenay, Esmyshichan Plantation, Sassafras Cultivator
décès: après 1570
Grands-parents
Parents
? (Lady of the Tihanama)
naissance: Newfoundland, Canada
Francisco ? (de Chicora)
naissance: vers 1510
domicile: South Carolina, Peedee River
description physique: Described as white, larger than the average Spaniard, and dressed in animal skins.
religion: Pressed into servitude for Ayllon, he was forcably baptized Catholic and his name recorded as Francisco de Chicora, he learned Spanish and worked for Ayllón
Parents
 
== 3 ==
Powhatan Tainahmah
naissance: 1547, Tsenacommacah, Virginia
décès: 1618, Tsenacommacah, Virginia
Opechancanough Mangopeesomon (Don Luis de Velasco)
naissance: 1545, Virginia, Cinquoateck -
autre événement: 1560, Taken by the Spanish to Mexico
domicile: 1569, Havana (Cuba), In August 1570, Father Segura, Father Luis de Quiros, former head of the Jesuit college among the Moors in Spain, and six Jesuit brothers set forth from their base in Havana to establish their new mission in Ajacan. A young boy, Alonso Olmos, called Alonc
domicile: 1570, Ajacan, Virginia
décès: 5 octobre 1645, Jamestown (Virginia)
== 3 ==
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