I am so sorry. I have 2 separate bloodlines that can be linked back to the Cherokee Nation and I crossed the data on the 2 as I was inputting the information.
PLEASE ignore the earlier post.
Ah-Le-Cie (1745-1825) took the Christian name of Sarah Elizabeth when she married Abraham Conrad Johann Seabolt (1743-1821). They lived in Rattlesnake Cove at the head of East Seabolt Creek, next to Lake Winfield Scott National Recreation Area, Chattahoochee/ Oconee National Forest, In Suches, Union County Georgia. I have been told her parents and maternal grandparents are buried on a ridge overlooking a tributary of East Seabolt Creek in the traditional Cherokee rock mounds.
Ah-Le-Cie would be my great-great-great-great grandmother. Her Son was Solomon Seabolt (1803-1879) who married Catherine Flower (1807-1879). I cannot find any further information on Catherine Flower.
I would be very interested in learning more about Ah-Le-Cie, her parents, and their family.
And I would like to know if Catherine Flower is of Cherokee descent.