The fate of little Rosetta Millbanks, the captive, is unknown.
Girty, notwithstanding his outrageous crimes against humanity, continued to live among the Indians for a great number of years, the inveterate and barbarous foe of his race. In the celebrated battle of the Thames, a desperate white man led on a band of savages, who fought with great fury, but were at length overpowered and their leader cut to pieces by Colonel Johnson’s mounted men. The mangled corse of this leader was afterwards recognized as the notorious and once dreaded Simon Girty.
[Footnote 25: This was found to contain a deed of two hundred acres of the best land in Kentucky. A historical fact.]