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                  JONES, JOHN (Thayendanegea, Tyantenagen)
                  JONES, JOHN (Thayendanegea, Tyantenagen)
                  JONES, JOHN (Thayendanegea, Tyantenagen)
                  JONES, JOHN (Thayendanegea, Tyantenagen)
                  THAYENDANEGEA (he also signed Thayendanegen, Thayeadanegea, Joseph Thayendanegea, and Joseph Brant)
                  Kaieñˀkwaahtoñ*; Thayendanegea*]. Despite the standing he enjoyed among the British military, presumably because of his intellect, Red Jacket earned a
                  [Thayendanegea*], Karonghyontye (David Hill), Kanonraron (Aaron Hill), and others, signed a deed granting land on the Grand River to some whites. The Paulus who was at Fort George (Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont
                  [Shakóye:wa:thaˀ]. Early in 1801 he visited the Grand River to solicit the advice of Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea*], whose interest proved to be
                  Indians had fled. There she married the twice-widowed Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea*], first in the Indian manner and later, in the winter of 1779–80
                  chief Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea*], reputedly in payment for surveys on the Grand River, two leases of land there which together comprised
                  Thayendanegea]. The resultant warfare focused on the strategic Miamis – Wabash portage as the Americans attempted to drive out the British traders and break the Indians’ confederacy. Although
                  both his parents’ sides Cameron Brant was a great-great-grandson of Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea*], the famous Mohawk war chief. Cameron’s
                  [Thayendanegea*], and others to England in connection with Governor Guy Carleton*’s reorganization of the Indian department. When the party returned to
                  [Thayendanegea*]. To the 1848 Toronto Mechanics’ Institute exhibition he contributed a royal arms in plaster, a rustic sun-dial, and the
                  *], the trustees of the estate of Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea*]. Gage is credited with
                  on Indian “dispositions, movements, and intentions.” His prime responsibility, however, was to prevent Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea*] and the
                  [Thayendanegea*] and they were both regular attendants at the Mohawk Church, near Brantford. Johnson fought with the British in the War of 1812 as a young warrior, probably under John
                  third wife of Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea*]. Isabel T. Kelsay
                  Brant, daughter of Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea*], and they had four
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