From Pioneer Collections...(recollections of Aura P. Stewart of St. Clair County, Michigan):
"...an account of a very singular and daring old man by the name of Whitney [sic; it's Whitley], a Kentuckian, and at the time about seventy years old. "...Col. Whitney's [Whitley's] adventures and death at the Battle of the Thames. It appeared that....[he] was an old resident of Kentucky, and had fought many a battle with the Indians on the bloody ground."
"...in their search they first came to Colonel [Whitley], and about four rods distant lay Tecumseh, both dead on the battlefield. My father [Mr. Stewart] had seen Tecumseh often in Detroit and pointed him out to the officer who never saw him before. The shout that Tecumseh was dead brought all of the parties together to see him...".
"Who killed Tecumseh is a question that cannot be answered, buy Judge Connor, my father, and many others believe that Colonel [Whitley] went into battle with a desire to meet Tecumseh, and it is possible that he killed him; General Harrison and his officers lamented the death of the old veteran...".