Sequoyah Tayanita Atagulkalu (January 17, 1930-June 23, 1999) was the Father of Degotoga K. Atagulkalu, Adsila Ahyoka, Awinita Ahyoka, Unega Ahyoka, Sequoia Reagan, and Galegenoh Atagulkalu. The granfather of Wawetseka Sequoia MacKenzie, great grandfather of JSM.
Sequoyah was born to a Cherokee family, he was supported by his parents and then married pretty young after or before having his first child.
The father of a Chawosaurian Monarch, Sequoyah was remembered by his son, DKA, as an ambitiously abusive father who forces him to work on farm duty constantly and how he would pull him out of school to do farm duty, or make him late for school by making him work overtime.
Once DKA left home in 1968, Sequoyah gave DKA his old beetle to drive with, which was DKA's first car.
Early Life Edit
Sequoyah was born during the Great Depression on January 17, 1930, somewhere in Cherokee County, Oklahoma. Sequoyah lived a poor life, Sequoyah lived in an old shed with his family. Sequoyah's parents voted for Franklin Delano Roosevelt in the 1932 U.S. Presidential Election and onwards in 1936, 1940, and 1944, and continued their support for the Democrats in 1948, but realigned to the Republican Party in the 1960s.
In 1949, Sequoyah's family was now able to escape poverty and Sequoyah married Agasga Ahyoka, and between 1947 to 1964, Sequoyah and Agasga had six children in 17 years.
Farmer Career Edit
Since 1947, Sequoyah worked on a farm and claimed a farmer's property after his death and a Native American Farmer living in the Jim Crow South, where primarily African-Americans are the victims of racial injustice.
Personal Life Edit
Sequoyah was Cherokee, he had six children, Sequoyah and Agasga were fifth cousins once removed.