I have recently found out that my Great Grandfather was 100% Cherokee and he and his parents lived on a Reservation in Texas at the time of his birth in 1904. His name is Richard Marion Lee and he was born 2/24/1904 and he died on 1/23/1992.
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My family history links twice to the Cherokee nation- once early on in the 1700’s to a woman named Betsy Cannon and next in Oklahoma once these relations were ‘relocated’. My grandfather George Vernon was born in Prescott AZ and had Cherokee and Osage parents/grandparents.(1/4 Cherokee) I am seeking those links in Virginia, North Carolina,
Not sure why she was born on Choctaw nation but have always been told Cherokee and her brother Isaac was born on Cherokee nation per census document in 1897 Dollie Wallace discovered in 1900 U.S. Federal Census http://sharing.ancestry.com/5076143?h=0e5d10 When Dollie Wallace was born in February 1893 in Choctaw Nation, her father, Sherman (1862), was 30
My maiden name is Rekita Lane SATTERWHITE. My Great Great Grandma on my Dad’s (Ricky SATTERWHITE) side: Helen HIGGINS (maiden name) date of birth- 1/13 (unknown year) My Great Great Grandma on my Mom’s (Barbara BROWN) side: Gracie COLTS (maiden name) Gracie TOWNSEND (married name) Gracie EDWARDS (married name) Thank you all in advance for
My Mom’s Dad was believed to either full Cherokee or 1/2 Cherokee from the West Virginia area. His name was Harrison Flagg. Unknown if this was his true name or the “Americanized” version. Per Ancestry.com = Harrison R. Flagg – B: 1885 West Virginia USA. D: 01/17/1966 California. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
looking for information which leads me to believe that my heritage is cherokee., a cousin 2 x removed back to 1875 married a mullins of which also is a cousin in memphis tenn, mother father from ohio region, with others in tenn, va, west va.