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Posted: 974548800000
Classification: Biography
Edited: 1074699212000
"Indians in Pennsylvania", by Paul A.W. Wallace.

QUEEN ALLIQUIPPA: A Seneca woman, best known as the acknowledged chief of an Indian community in the vicinity of the Forks of the Ohio (Pittsburgh). She is said to have met William PENN at New Castle, Delaware, in 1701. In later years her home was in western Pennsylvania. Conrad WEISER in 1748 visited her on the Allegheny a short distance above the mouth of the Monongahela. In 1752 she was found living near the mouth of Chartier's Creek. George WASHINGTON in 1753 called on her at the mouth of the Youghiogheny. "Queen Alliquippa's Cornfield" is the name of a field by the Youghiogheny at Robbins Station (North Huntington Township, Westmoreland County) where Alliquippa's Indians are said to have come in the summer to raise corn. She died 1754, Aughwick, whither she had retired with other Indians friendly to Pennsylvania after Washington's surrender at Fort Necessity.


Susan Dixon (View posts)
Posted: 986385600000
Classification: Query
do you know who she was married to and/or the name of her children?

Queen Aliquippa

Posted: 991483200000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1112949858000
Surnames: Creyelin, Stoneking
It's my understanding that Queen Alliquippa had a daughter named Judith Creyelin. Judith was married to John Stoneking.


connie collier (View posts)
Posted: 991569600000
Classification: Query
Surnames: stoneking
I thought alliquippa was married to jacob stoneking

Family of Oppemayia

Jennifer Colyer (View posts)
Posted: 992174400000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1074699291000
It is my understanding that Queen ALLIQUIPA was daughter of Chief OPPEMAYIA. ALLIQUIPA also had two other sisters, one named SNOW IN THE FACE, the other a SEAWORTH. This ___ SEAWORTH married Martin Chartier, famous French explorer. Does this match with anyone else's information? Can anyone fill in the gaps I've left?

Jennifer Colyer

Re: alliquippa

Posted: 1114579874000
Classification: Query
I believe Ali Quippa never married Jacob Stoneking due to dates,etc, which would of proved it inpossible. All I have is Ali Quippa (II), having a daughter Judith who married Thomas Croil. Ali was the dauther of Ali Quippa. A early descendant of Judith, my great grandmother told me that there was a native in the family which I believe I found.

Re: Family of Oppemayia

Posted: 1160515872000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Queen Aliquippa, Martin Chartier, Seaworth, Dibert
Shawnee Nation website lists Martin Chartier as marrying Pekowia Woman Seaworth of the Pekowia tribe. I also had heard there is a connection to Queen Aliquippa, that Seaworth may have been her twin sister. Where can we find proof? Martin Chartier's daughter was Mary Seaworth who married John deBurt (Dibert) first white setters west of the Susquehanna River, PA.

Re: Family of Oppemayia

Posted: 1251066794000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Seaworth,chartier
Jennifer~ Am descended also from Aliquippa and also Mary Seaworth Chartier. Queen Aliquippa was Seneca and Mary Seaworth was Shawnee. Contact me and I'll find my info to give you. You can contact me directly at

Re: Queen Aliquippa

Posted: 1310240663000
Classification: Query
Aliquippa would be a Seneca cousin of mine from the 1700s. I am Shawnee, Seneca and Oneida. My primary tribal group is Shawnee.

I would also be interested in any children that she had, and their descendants.

Ken Lonewolf Long

Re: Family of Oppemayia

Posted: 1330139677000
Classification: Query
Hi, too a desendent of Seaworth and Chartier..which means Aliquippa would be a great Aunt of mine..way back...lookin for connection...lot of famous people on this me at forward to talking with south of Aliquippa....just had a friend move strange....all connected..Char
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