I would like to find out more information on my 3rd great grandmother Lucina Griffin Albritton Birth Date: Dec. 26, 1827 in Ware, Georgia Death Date: Jan. 10, 1896 Father: James Griffin Mother: Nancy Burnside Thomas Married: Noah Samuel Albritton in 1845
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My family was from TN,Alabama, Arkansas TX, OK and into Washington state. My grandfather Everett F Powell was born in Hartshorn Oklahoma in 1926 to Jesse F Powell born 1896 in Cravens OK. Mother Velma Mae Ross born 1904 in Arkansas. Jesse Powell parents from Wrath TX Jacob Pinkney Powell Cherokee nation and wife Amanda
Pearl Ivy Heis was married to John Ross. They had a daughter Velma Mae Ross who was born 1904 in Arkansas and died in Washington state. Any information on my family would be helpful.
Powell family Erath TX, Cravens and Hartshorn Oklahoma, Alabama, and Washington state Yakima. My father is Ricky F Powell born 1953 in Washington. My grandfather is Everett F Powell born 1926 Hartshorn Oklahoma. My great grandfather is Jesse Fallis Powell born 1896 Cravens OK. His father is Jacob Pinkney Powell from Erath TX. And his
Does anyone have a complete Genealogy for Chief John Rogers up to present. My Mom side seems to be related by DNA and also cousins and connections. I always like to make double sure of the line before posting on Ancestry. Thank you
Married William Collinsworth, born 1812 in Carolina died 1880 in Florida. I am told she was a full blooded Cherokee, but can find no evidence she was buried in Westville Fla.
I’m researching my great grand mother Alice Walker.
I am looking for anyone related to Josephine House especially if they know who her parents were. She was married to Nathan House and lived in Conecuh County Alabama, she had a brother Shepard, sister Sally and Mary. Sally lived in S. Florida in the 60’s. Shepard lived in Alabama and don’t remember where Mary
Elbert Lee Martin was born 4/21/1956 – 6/1/2006. I am directly related to this man although I never met him. One of the few things I’d heard of him piqued my curiosity and has always kept me fascinated with Native American culture. It was said my biological father (Elbert Lee Martin) could not only speak,