I have traced my roots back to David Lewis McDonald I and his wife, Martha, who lived in Chester Co, S. Carolina and in Georgia. I have found her headstone and her name is given as Martha Benge Duncan McDonald. Her mother may have been Dorcas Lightfoot Benge Duncan, but I can find no record
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Dora Amanda Brownlee, Georgia 1800s
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
Hello, According to my mother…her g-grandma was listed in the DAWES, but I am not sure she is correct. The name is Elvira Walker. Supposedly she and others hid in the hills of Georgia so they wouldn’t have to go to Oklahoma.
Can anyone identify who appears in this photo? I am looking for a photo of Chief William Abraham Hicks. Thank you. https://www.allthingscherokee.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/men_sitting-150×150.jpg
I am trying to find a photograph or painting of Chief William Abraham Hicks or his brother, Charles Renatus Hicks. If you have one or know where I can obtain one, please let me know. William is my 1st Cousin, 6X removed. Thank you! Peggy
Looking for relatives of hers or her father Dragging Canoe.
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
Ah-Le-Cie (1745-1825) took the Christian name of Sarah Elizabeth when she married Lewis Taylor. 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
I’m looking for my 5th great-grandfather who was said to be either full or half blood Cherokee. He had 5 children with Vienna (Vina/Vena) Mooney from 1842-1857 [Sara Elizabeth, Caroline, Henry, Jackson Richard Barton & Casiah Marinda]. Vienna lived in Hall County Georgia per the 1840 census with her parents, then Gilmer co. 1850, and