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  1. Lyncoya Jackson (also known as Lincoyer, c. 1811 – July 1, 1828) was a Creek Indian child adopted and raised by US President Andrew Jackson and his wife, Rachel Jackson. Born to Creek ( Muscogee / Red Stick) parents, he was orphaned during the Creek War after the Battle of Tallushatchee.

  2. 1828 Lyncoya, a Creek Indian orphan, was raised at the Hermitage, the household of Andrew and Rachel Jackson.

  3. Lyncoya Jackson The Life Summary of Lyncoya When Lyncoya Jackson was born in 1811, in Landes, Southwest Township, Crawford, Illinois Territory, United States, his father, President Andrew Jackson, was 44 and his mother, Rachel Donelson, was 44. He died in 1828, in Nashville, Davidson, Tennessee, United States, at the age of 17.

  4. Lyncoya Jackson Nashville, Tenn. June 17 Died at the Hermitage on the morning of the 1st instant of a pulmonary complaint, and in the 16th year of his age, Lyncoya, the orphan son of a chief of the Creek Nation.

    • Hermitage, Tennessee
    • 95005982 · View Source
    • 1811
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  6. Jul 09, 2018 · Lincoya Jackson also spelled Lyncoya or Lincoyer (born c. 1811 - 1813 in Creek territory; died July 1, 1828 at The Hermitage, Davidson County, Tennessee) was the adopted son of Andrew Jackson . The child was born to Upper Creek parents who were aligned with the "Red Sticks" under William Weatherford during the Creek War.

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