I was told by my parents that my great grandparents were some of the first white settlers in the North Carolina area and that we had some Cherokee in us. I cannot seem to find records for either of these statements and I have been searching for years. My parents were John and Barbara (Lowe)
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My husband is a Greenhawk. I have been able to trace his ancestry only back to Charles Greenhawk in Maryland born 1820. He recalls his family was Cherokee. Does anyone know who the parents of Charles Greenhawk were and where they were from ? Thank you if you can help !
I am adopted. The only thing I know about my birth family is the Surname Martell and that there is Cherokee blood. I would like to learn where I come from.
Hi All, I’m looking for my grandfather, MacArthur Henry Thomas or Henry MacArthur Thomas. Oral history has him as Cherokee Indian and a blacksmith. According to my father he was killed when my dad was about 6 years old. Roughly around 1946-1947. There is a Mac Thomas that shows Up on one of the rolls
My grandmother’s side of the family has always told me I was part Indian. My research from Anna Dickens, Nina Witherspoon Price, led me to Dragging Canoe. How can I be sure I’m right?
Looking for the genealogy of Myself and family members . This would’ve been in the from Washington Co and Frederick Co MD to the Appalachian Mountains of West Virginia on the Eastern Panhandle
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 am trying to locate information on Amanda R. Watkins (1826-1888). Amanda was of Cherokee descent although I do not know if it was on her mother’s (Sarah Brown) or her father’s (Eli Watkins) side. She married William Tharp. They lived in VA/MD. I have descendant information after her marriage. I believe Amanda (and/or her
Chief Wahachey traveled to MD from South Carolina, and his daughter Zula married my Forsythe ancestor. I’m hoping to find some definitive proof that the Chief was indeed Zula’s father as is long rumored in the Maryland Forsythe family.