After reading your reply containing information about Fishertown, I wish to add some information. The following is from my Aunt, Annie Noble. It was quoted in Carolyn Thomas Foreman's book, Fishertown. It indicates that William Fisher, my grandfather, did not establish Fishertown. William Fisher actually opened a store in 1855 Fishertown and later moved it to Checotah, Oklahoma.
"According to Annie V. Noble of Checotah, Oklahoma the place was established in 1847 by her grandfather, Samuel Fisher. He was born in Alabama and served in the Creek War of 1812 which became known as the Red Stick War. When he removed to the West in 1847 he brought his family with him. Among them was his son, William who married Sarah P. Lampkin in 1850; both were of Creek blood and they had nine children five of whom lived, Henry Clay, Emma, Martha, Samuel, and Annie.
William Fisher was born in Alabama where he received his early education. After coming to the western Creek Nation in 1847 he was sent to school at the Shawnee Mission in Kansas for two years."
William and Sarah's son, Samuel William Fisher is my grandfather. He married Carrie Roscom and had two children, Fillisee and Samuel Aubrey, who is my Dad.
On another point, and this is puzzling to me, there is some dispute about whether William Fisher married Sarah P. Lampkin, of Creek blood, in 1850 or Sarah Catherine Lampkin in 1858. I have read documentation that provides evidence for both scenarios. I have always believed that Sarah P. Lampkin was my great grandmother's name. Most of the genealogy sites have it listed as Sarah Catherine. Recently, I wrote to the great granddaughter of Sarah Catherine Lampkin concerning the issue. I have not received a reply from her yet.