Kanagatoga (Old Hop)
- Also known as Standing Turkey, Fireking, and Emperor of the Cherokees
- Blood: full Chalakatha
- Born 1688 Chota (now Tennessee); some records indicat Upper Hiwasee, VA, whiere his older siblings were born, or further north in the Ohio valley or further west in Tennessee
- Died 1761 in Chota
- Parents unknown but died in 1694
- Adopted into family of Trader Tom Carpenter Moytoy (b. 1660) and Nancy Chalakatha (b. 1664). Nancy was referred to as an aunt of the Hop family (sibling of one of the parents).
- Brother of Raven (b. 1680), Quatsis (b. 1682), Elder Sister (b. 1684), Swan-Wapehti (b. 1686), April-Tkikami (b. 1690), Oolootah-Ulutse (b. 1692), and Ghigoneli (b. 1694, m. French)
- Married Sugi Rainmaker by 1708
- Could cipher, read, and write English.
- Member of the Wolf Clan Cherokee
- Principal Chief of the Cherokee 1751-61
- Removed British-appointed (possibly Carpenter-Moytoy or Rainmaker?) leaders and united four of the seven Cherokee clans at Chota in 1751.
- Leader of pro-French faction in French-Indian War (1754-61)
- Sent warriors to Braddock 1755
- Passed power and authority to his nephews Kitegista and Oconastota (who ias in this tree) upon his death in 1761 even though his son Little Turkey succeeded him as titular chief
- Adopted father (1723) of nephews (his sister Ghigoneli's sons) John French (b. 1710) and Capt. Cappee French (n. 1912).