I'm sorry, but your statements don't agree with Lynn Hastie Thompson's Weatherford book. Creek Chief Menawa (Ogillio Heneha) escaped from Jackson's onslaught at Horseshoe Bend by swimming away in river, some say by breathing through a reed. He died in I.T. in 1865. Jim Boy, remarkably handsome and six feet tall, was the Creek Chief of the Autosees. He commanded at Burnt Corn and fought as a Redstick at Fort Mims. After the war, he changed sides to support the U.S., but was removed anyway, He lost four of his children when they were being transported in the steamboat, Monmouth, which sank in the Mississippi River. Jim Boy himself was transported to Fort Gibson, after Sam Moniac died at Pass Christian; he died in Wetumpka, I.T.
dying in Wetumpka, I.T.