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Philip Hamman and Nonhelema
Posted by: James A. Landrum (ID *****7067) Date: January 13, 2004 at 12:12:13
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About 15 years ago, I corresponded with some of the Hamman family and i THOUGHT someone told me that in the legend about Philip running a couple of hundred miles to warn the Greenbrier settlements of an impending Indian attack, that the "Shawnee woman" who helped disguise Philip and John Pryor(?)as Indians was actually the female Shawnee chief, Nonhelema. Can anyone verify if this is true or did I just somehow jump to a conclusion? And has anyone ever been able to discover the relationship between Christina Cook and Capt. James Cook? A great great uncle or cousin? I have been out of touch with the Hamman family for quite a few years and have lost the e-mail address of Doris Rose. Thanks and best wishes to everyone!

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