While watching this video of Fort Decatur, Alabama, I noticed the Indian Mound. The history of the Fort is that is was built in 1812 where an Indian village was, or was nearby. The gentleman who filmed this site says the local legend is that James or Peter McQueen is buried here. Of course, local legends may or may not be accurate, but the mound is in the middle of the Creek lands.
The mound portion of this video is at the end, after the Fort Decatur video which is very close to this mound.
James McQueen was a Scots-Irish fur trader, the first to trade in 1714 with the Creek in Alabama. He became closely involved with the Creek and married into the tribe. It’s also reputed that he is buried in the Indian Cemetery in Franklin, Alabama near a Methodist Missionary Church for the Creek. Franklin is very close to this location.