My husband, Billy Ray Chitwood, of Campbell Co., TN, was always told he had Cherokee ancestors. He has done the ancestry DNA test and it doesn’t show, but since it would be far back that isn’t surprising. Serepta Lawson married William Hiram Bridges. Recently I came across a Tye Lawson (parents: George Rogers and Sally
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Looking for relatives of Elizabeth Grubb from Butler, KY. Leander Grubb
My maternal grandmother (Tilly Acree or Starr) is thought to be 50% Cherokee. I was checking to see if she was on the tribal roles.
I was always told by my family that my 2nd great grandmother was “full blood Cherokee.” I have found no indication of this in my research but I would like to know more. My grandfather and his brothers did look like they had native ancestry. Her name was Mary Susan Harrison and she married William
Any confirmation of Ann Floating Cloud’s lineage?
Looking for any information on Parker Beasley, born 1814 in North Carolina. Our family has always been told he was half Cherokee. Hoping to determine who his parents, etc were
I’m looking for information on my great-great grandmother Margaret Ann “Peggy” Stephens (1837-1909) born in Whitley County, Kentucky. Died in 1909, Luray, KS. I know she is native as I have a picture of one of her daughters, Margaret (Foster) Curll, (who is very much so native or mulatto). I’m struggling locating any specifics on
I have been told that my great great grandmother, Vicey May Goff was either a full blooded Cherokee Indian or half Indian. My brother and I have both had DNA’s done with no report of any Indian DNA. I have a picture (tintype) in which she appear to physically resemble a Native American.
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
My great, great grandmother was Jane Garner. My grandfather (William C Pittman aka William Micajah Pittman) always said that she was a full-blood Cherokee. Looking for any Cherokee connection and names of her parents. She was born sometime before 1827 in Tennessee, and married Samuel Denny in Kentucky in 1835. They had numerous children, one