Cherokee Genealogy Queries

The Genealogy Queries on All Things Cherokee are a FREE forum for interacting with other genealogy researchers. Here you can publicly post your genealogy query, browse other genealogy queries and comment on queries.

To browse or search the queries, use the navigation features on the right. You can search by keyword, as well as browse by surname, region, or the month in which the query was posted.

To post your own query, you will need to register with All Things Cherokee and be logged in in order to submit your query. Once registered and logged in, you’ll see a query submission form on this page.

If you need help, this article details all the tools and tips for using the Cherokee Genealogy Queries.


Submit Your Query

Use the form below to post your query. Please read these instructions before submitting your query. Here are a few things to keep in mind when posting a query.

  • The more names, dates, and places you provide the more responses you’ll likely receive. Also, be sure to list relevant surnames and select related regions in the appropriate boxes. These details will make browsing your query much easier.
  • This is public forum, so don’t post personal or sensitive information about yourself or any other living person.
  • This space is for genealogy queries only. Do not post advertisements or promote events here (not even Cherokee-related ads or events). Posts of this nature will be removed.


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You must have a FREE All Things Cherokee user account and be logged in order to submit a query. If you don't have an account yet, you can register here. If you already have an account, you can login here.

This Month's Genealogy Queries

Ellen (Bright)Yeager Jones

Searching for Cherokee birth info for great grandmother Ellen (Bright) Yeager Jones who lived in Barbourville, KY. She was married to Sam Jones. Ellen died in the 1960’s. She was a mid-wife in the community, attending to children births and animal births. Old family members said she was full-blooded Cherokee and came from the reservation

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Wilmith Mahala Fields

My third great grandmother had a sister named Wilmith Mahala Fields who married Jacob Foster and it has been said that Wilmith was removed from the Cherokee’s because of this marriage. I had alway heard growing up that there was Indian blood in our family. If Wilmith was a Cheokee indian, it is probable that

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