Po-bish-e-quasho IRON-JACKET Pecos PARKER Quanah PARKER Prairie Flower Topsannah PARKER Cynthia Ann Naduah PARKER Iron Jacket UXOR Mini tree diagram

Peta Wanderer Peautachnoconne NOCONA4,1,5,1,3,3,2

18201,1,2 - about 18641,1,3,3,2,2

Life History

1820

Born in Llano Estacado, Comancheria, Texas, New Spain.1,1,2

about 1844

Married Cynthia Ann Naduah PARKER in Plains, Yoakum, Texas.5

1849

Birth of son Pecos PARKER in Staked Plains, Texas.1,1,5

1852

Birth of son Quanah PARKER in Gaines County, Texas.6,4,7,8

1858

Birth of daughter Prairie Flower Topsannah PARKER.1,1

between 1862 and 1863

Death of son Pecos PARKER in Orleana Oquinn Home, Anderson, Texas.1,1,5

about 1863

Death of daughter Prairie Flower Topsannah PARKER.1,1

about 1864

Died in Staked Plains, Texas, USA.1,1,3,3,2,2

"complications of old war wounds fighting the Apaches"  --  Wikipedia, "Peta Nocona, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peta_Nocona

about 1864

Buried in Staked Plains, Texas, USA.1,3

Notes

  • Family Data Collection - Individual Records
    Peta Wanderer Naconi
    Spouse Cynthia Ann Parker
    father Iron Shirt
    Birth 1820 [Llano Estacado] Staked Plains, Texas, Mexico
    Marriage 1824 Staked Plains, Texas, Mexico
    Death 1863 Staked Plains, Texas, Mexico

    Peta Nocona
    Birth 1820
    Death 1864
    Spouse Cynthia Ann Parker (1827 - 1870)
    Children:
    Quanah Parker (1845 - 1911)
    Pecos Parker (1849 - 1862)
    Prairie Flower (1858 - 1863)
    Burial:  Body lost or destroyed
    Created by P Fazzini Mar 04, 2010
    --  Find A Grave Memorial #49067843,http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=49067843

    Peta "Comanche Chief" Nocona
    Birth 1820
    Death 1864
    Parents Iron Jacket (____ - 1858)
    Spouse Cynthia Ann Parker (1827 - 1870)
    Burial Non-Cemetery Burial
    Specifically: he was in the battle of PEASE RIVER in Roger MillsCounty , OKLAHOMA
    Created by Robbi Jul 04, 2012
    --  Find A Grave Memorial #93048782,http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=93048782

    It is thought that Peta Nocona died at the battle of Pease River in1860, but it is uncertain.  Thebattle occurred near Margaret, Texxas,in Foard County near the Peasr River.

    "The Battle of Pease River occurred on December 18, 1860, near thetown of Margaret, Texas in Foard County, Texas, United States. Thetown is located between Crowell and Vernon within sight of theMedicine Mounds just outside present-day Quanah, Texas. A monument onthat spot marks the site of the famous battle between the ComancheIndians under Peta Nocona and a detachment of Texas Rangers andmilitia under Ranger Captain 'Sul' Ross. The battle was fought toprotect the lives and property of white settlers in the area who hadencroached on land historically belonging to the Comanches. This verysmall skirmish gradually acquired an unwarranted grandiosity as amajor Texan historical event primarily due to the self-promotion bySul Ross who claimed that 'the great Comanche confederacy was foreverbroken, the blow was decisive, their illustrious chief slept with hisfathers and with him were most of his doughty warriors.'"
    --  Wikipedia, "Battle of Pease River,"http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Pease_River

    But Niocona's son Quanah Parker contended that his father did not dieat the Pease River battle, and was not enven there, but died about 2-4years later.

    "But Quanah Parker, the chief's oldest son, once reportedly said inDallas to Sul Ross, 'No kill my father; he not there.  I want to getit straight here in Texas history.  After that, two year, three yearmaybe, my father sick. I see him die.'  Certainly Quanah Parker saidon numerous occasions to both friend and foe that his father hadsurvived the massacre of his band, and died 3-4 years later ofcomplications from old war wounds suffered against the Apaches.  Inthis story, strongly supported by the Comanche people, Peta Nocona wasout hunting with his oldest son and a few others when the attackoccurred."
    --  Wikipedia, "Battle of Pease River,"http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Pease_River

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