Genealogy Queries

Browse/Search Queries
Genealogy queries are organized on a series of "boards" in chronological order according to when they were submitted. Use the search or browse features below to access the boards.

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Submit Your Query
Use the form below to post your query to the board. Please read these instructions before submitting your query.

Submission Dos and Dont's

  • DO Make sure your email address is correct and complete (username@domain.com). If people can't contact you, what's the point of posting?
  • DO Be specific! The more names, dates, and places you provide the more responses you'll likely get.
  • DO Proofread your query. Make sure it is clear and easy to understand. Check for spelling and punctuation errors.
  • DO Type all surnames in capital letters, for easy reading, however ...
  • DO NOT Submit your entire query in all capital letters. These will be deleted.
  • DO NOT Post highly personal or sensitive information about yourself or any other living person. This is a public forum on a public site, so don't overshare.
  • DO NOT Post your phone number or home address. As I mentioned before, these queries are highly visible.


Please Note: Your query will not appear immediately. The query boards are updated monthly, so please don't resubmit your query. Follow us on Facebook or join the mailing list to be notified when your query is posted.

By hitting the "Submit" button you understand that your post will be displayed on the All Things Cherokee site for others to view. This site is fully indexed on Google and other search engines. If you do not want your information posted publically, then please do not submit a query. Instead, check out the private genealogy services available.

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