> Here we go.. Wrote:
> > https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Powhatan-239
> > Little Kocoum
> > In 2007 a book was published called The True
> > of Pocahontas, The other side of the story,
> > written by Dr. Linwood "Little Bear" Custalow
> > Angela L. Daniel "Silver Star". Dr. Custalow was
> > member of the Mattiponi Tribe of Virginia. He
> > claims in his book to be the keeper of the
> > oral history' of the Mattiponi Tribe. In his
> > he states that according to the sacred oral
> > history of the Mattiponi Tribe, Pocahontas and
> > Kocoum had a child they called "Little Kocoum"
> > that that child was a son. This book makes
> > other claims including one that states that
> > Pocahontas was raped, possibly by more than one
> > man, and that John Rolfe was not the father of
> > Thomas, her second son.
> > The existence of Little Kocoum is based solely
> > this oral tradition. There is no evidence that
> > would substantiate his birth, life, marriage,
> > etc.
> > Ka Okee
> > In 2009, an article in the Patawomeck Tides, a
> > publication of the Patawomeck tribe, Bill Deyo
> > lays out his claim for Ka Okee. He wrote that
> > had been trying to make a connection to
> > through the Rolfe family and was unable to. He
> > claims to have known of an Indian girl named Ka
> > Okee but did not know where she fit in until he
> > read the Custalow book. In his article he
> > The book by Custalow and Daniel calls the child
> > “Little Kocoum,” but the time line near the
> > end of the book states that they really do not
> > know anything about the child from the sacred
> > Mattaponi history, only that Pocahontas had a
> > child by Kocoum and that the child was raised
> > the Patawomeck Tribe. 
> > Deyo seems to deliberately leave out the part
> > about Little Kocoum being a male child. He then
> > says that this child was Ka Okee, a girl. As
> > Little Kocoum, there is no evidence that this
> > child lived, married or had descendants.
> > Deyo says that Ka Okee had a daughter Christian
> > Pettus who then went on to marry John Martin.
> > source can be found for this daughter or her
> > marriage.
> > Ka Okee/Kocoum was the subject of profile of
> > week and a lengthy G2G. We found no evidence
> > her existence. The first mention of her on the
> > Internet was in 2007, at that time she was not
> > connected to Pocahontas. Other posts concerning
> > Okee occurred in 2007 and 2009, It was not
> > 2009 that she was called the daughter of
> > Pocahontas. No evidence for this relationship
> > ever given.
> > It was decided to disconnect her from her
> > 'parents' and unless credible evidence is
> > she will remain detached.
> False. Kaokum was the 1st husband of Pocahontas
> and they had one daughter Kaokee. There was never
> any son between them, at least not verified. But
> Kaokee is established in the tribal records. This
> was confirmed with local Fredericksburg historian
> Bill Deyo, a cousin of Meade's.
> regardless, this little bit of Indian on the
> family tree is so far back, it would not be
> genetically relevant.
Aka Bullshit story. Instead of this was confirmed it should read "this was made up by."
Tribal records... LMAO!!! The Indians didn't keep birth records.