|Tomochichi and nephew Toonahawi|
His gravesite was desecrated and destroyed in 1883 by the Central of Georgia Railroad when they constructed a monument to their founder, William Gordon, directly on top of Tomochichi's grave. Outraged by this insult to Tomochichi, Gordon's own daughter-in-law, Nellie Gordon, had a new monument to his memory, a large granite boulder with a decorative copper plate, was installed southeast of the original structure on April 21, 1899, by the Colonial Dames of America.The Georgia Historical Commission later placed a large marker in Savannah's Wright Square, which details the achievements of the Yamacraw chieftain. Extracted from Wikipedia.
More information at:
New Georgia Encyclopedia
I purchased a walking tour book that included a photo of his original burial mound. If I can find it in the public domain I will edit this post.