I am looking to see if my 3x great grandmother Amanda Tipton Elrod from limestone county AL buried in dement cemetary, is on any of the indain census rolls in the united states.
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My mother side is to if said cherokee native American lineage but its still hard to find out when i get someone else past to not of our life past. My mother side is crummett and the miller surname last name. My father side is England but with alaskan native lineage too. Im melissa ann
Hello. Im doing my familys genealogy and have come to a halt with my Grandmother. I know my Great Grandfathers name, but on his marriage certificate for according to other family members they wrote her name as “Cherokee Woman Ruth” I cant really afford Ancestory.com but i would really like finding out some more information
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.
According to family stories this is apparently the ggg-grandmother who is supposedly full-blood Cherokee. Other sites have tried to tell me she was German, but my aunt has a picture of her (waiting for her to dig it out of storage) and she and my mother both insist she was full-blood Cherokee. Susan married Absalom
I’m trying to track down some family history on Mahala Huston or Ward. Mahala had a daughter Grace. Grace Ward – born in Kentucky, had Herman Lee Larkins whose father was Charlie Larkins Grace’s mother was Mahala Huston or Ward? maybe born on October 9th and was as told to us Cherokee. The family lived
I don’t know anything! Just found out I’m 1/4 Cherokee on my fathers side. His great grandmother was a smith who was full blooded cherokee. They apparently still own land there. I wanna know anything ! I just found my father 2 weeks ago. My grandmother was Mary Viola Smith. Maybe this isn’t enough info.
I have been told that a family member that lived in OHIO back in the day was supposed to have been full blood Cherokee. How can I tell this only from a name? I do not have any old pictures nor do I have the funds to have a DNA of blood test. This was
My great aunt used to do a great bit of genealogy, and she always said we had Cherokee in our family history. I recall her saying something about one of our ancestors rescuing a Cherokee off the Trail of Tears and marrying her. She also said her grandmother or great grandmother was half Cherokee. I