Desperately seeking any information on Native American heritage for the Hornsby and Simmons families connected or from South Alabama. Thanks.
Genealogy Queries by region - North Carolina
I am searching for records of a Mary Jane Morris. Born July 2, 1808 in Wake North Carolina. She married a John Anderson Nutt III also born in Wake North Carolina. I am hoping to see if she has Cherokee heritage. From the picture I have she definitely looks like she could be native american.
I am looking for info on my paternal great grand mother. She died when I was very young so I have only a few memories. I know she is Cherokee indian and lived in Cowpens, Spartanburg County, SC. It appears she was born in 1891 and died in 1973. Her son, Oscar Black, was my
I am seeking information on a possible link from the family of Lillie D Vann, born in 1904, at Fayetteville, NC ; to the Cherokees. Her father was Neall A Vann, her mother was Sadie Vann.
My Grandmother, Irene Knox Paul, (1923-2010) was Cherokee and I’m trying to trace her family. Her father was a Knox, her mother was Ida L. Bryant (1882-1969).They have always been in NC to the best of my knowledge.
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
I have just found an old family record that says my maternal 2nd Great Grandmother was born “Cherokee Indian Reservation 1862” and lists her name as Mary Greene Young Forbes. Now my Ancestry dna test I took says that I have less than 1% native american dna. Just curious if there is anyway to find
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.
Any information on Sallie Hornbuckle who married Henry Green. She was born in 1790.
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