Where did Anthony Wayne defeat the Shawnee?
Anthony Wayne defeated the shawnee leader Blue Jacket at the Battle of Fallen Timbers (August 1794)
The Battle of Fallen Timbers took place in Ohio. With 1000 soldiers, General Anthony Wayne defeated the combined forces of the Miami, Shawnee, Iroquois, and other tribes. This defeat forced Native American tribes to cede most of Ohio, and parts of Illinois, Michigan and Indiana to the United States.
Anthony Wayne forced 12 Native American nations from the Great Lakes region to sign what treaty to open Ohio to white settlement?
On August 3rd, 1795, General Anthony Wayne forced the Indians to sign the Treaty of Greeneville. This treaty forced the Indian to move to the northern part of what is now Ohio. In doing so, they gave up their lands to the south and east so the whites could form settlements. Indian tribes involved were Miami, Wyandot, Shawnee, Delaware and other tribes.
I'm trying to figure out what the question is. Michael was Wayne's oldest son. He never had a son named Anthony but his second oldest was a girl named Anthonia. Patrick Wayne was full-brother to Michael and Antonia. I had never heard that any of the Wayne children or grandchildren were ever missing. So I guess the answer is no.
Though the Treaty of Ghent and its ratification by both parties was supposedly the end of the American Revolution, it can be argued that the war did not end until the defeat of the British supported Indian Coalition in the Northwest Territories at the Battle of Fallen Timbers in 1794. This defeat, led by General Anthony Wayne, removed the British to the Canadian borders as established by the Treaty of Ghent.