The prominent half-breed, Archibald Arthur Coodey, 1760-1809, served as an interpreter in the negotiation of several peace treaties and was also mentioned in an address by Gov. Sevier concerning white intruders living on Indian lands. Coodey and his family adopted Methodism in 1805 and he died in 1809. His descendants in Okla. stated that he lived near Rock Creek in Roane Co. (fide, Jerry Brimberry, WalkerSHortList, 25 June 2006.
|POD:||Lookout Mountain Town, Hamilton,TN|
|Father:||Archibald Arthur Coody (1740-1782)|