The following data is extracted from Historical Collections of Georgia.
Timpoochee Barnard, a Uchee Warrior, was the son of an Uchee woman. His father was Timothy Barnard, a Scotchman, first known in public life in 1814, when he took part with the Americans against the hostile Creeks, and commanded one hundred Uchees, with the commission of major. He was in the battle at Callabee under General Floyd, and distinguished himself for his bravery.
He took part in several engagements, and was twice wounded. On the return of peace he rejoined his family near the Creek agency on Flint River. His children were considered the handsomest in the Creek Nation.
Source: Historical Collections of Georgia