Any information on Sallie Hornbuckle who married Henry Green. She was born in 1790.
Genealogy Queries by region - North Carolina
Hi, I have always been told that my great great great grandmother, Agnes Whiteside Dotson, and her parents, Thomas Jefferson Whiteside and Sarah McCreery Whiteside, were Cherokee, but did not trust the government (rightfully so) and so refused to do anything that would identify them as indigenous. Family lore says that family members alive around
I did a check on my Cherokee heritage. I’m related to some chief who gave his daughter to a James “Jim” West then was made to walk the trail of tears. Can anyone help me with the name of the chief and the rest of the history.
Looking for information on 6GGF Chief John Watts. His Daughter Barsheba Watts (Gulledge). I am a DNA and Anscesrty Match.
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 grandfather Alfred Lamb (1800-1847) from Guilford County NC. born Abt. 1800. At the age of 5 he was taken by his older brother (possibly half brother) to Morgan County Indiana where he married in 1831 to Rebecca Tarry (Terry) b. Abt 1800, also from NC in. I am
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
According to the notes of Elizabeth Lankford Jones as recorded at the Transylvania County Historical Society: “Nancy Taylor (‘Indian Nancy,’ born circa 1740 in Tryon, North Carolina) the Indian died at the age of 110. She smoked a soapstone pipe with a long stem. She would lie in the bed and reach her pipe in
Checking a family story, my grandmother was named Gladys. Her mother was supposedly a Nancy Bird. She was adopted by a man named Isaac Bennington. Her birth certificate lists “Indian territory Oklahoma” as her birth place.