I am looking for these supposedly 100% Cherokee ancestors: Joseph Ball (b. abt. 1760) and spouse Kesiah (b. Abt. 1765), daughter Hannah (b. 1785) and half Cherokee children by a man named Sgt. Christian Peters; Nancy Ball (b. 1785-1823) and Joseph Ball (Abt. 1802-1861). Hannah later married a William Ganoe/Gunno/Gano). I have known Nacy Ball
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Told that Kinchin Minger of Cherokee descent born in Virginia approximately 1825 Moved to Russell County Alabama Married Margaret Griffin 1852 9 Children – Rose, Eugenia, Squire, Saphronia,Delia, Thomas, Wilson, Grant and James. We have been told he was counted in the 1880 Census Girard City Precinct Phenix city Alabama Specifically information on Mingers daughter
Looking for David R Roach’s mother name, and his mothers parent’s name. He was born in 1700 and died before 1742. I only have his mother’s name as Sarah, she was born in 1675 and died in 1760. Sarah was married to Beriah Littleberry Roach.
I have always been told Pearl was 100% Cherokee but have been unable to find records proving that. Her marriage and death certificate say white but I know many people back then hid their ancestry. Could you please help me? They were married in Fairfax, VA.
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
I am seeking to find out information about my 4th-great grandmother whose name is in the title. She is believed to have been born in Virginia circa 1750 and married a white man, William Johnson. The couple had a daughter, Sarah Silvey (Johnson) and Sinoke is believed to have died in Wilkes County, NC in
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?
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
Looking for information on Morning Star/Morning Starr who was a Cherokee Indian who lived with her Cherokee people in a village on Little Rock Creek, NC in the foothills of the Smokey Mountains. She married David Vance, born 1798. They had four children, David, Abner, Virginia Jane, and Delila. Been to NC and they said
My name is April Neece Lett and i have for a few years tried to find out my family’s heritage. I know we have a lot of Cherokee Indian blood in us. My great great grandmother was Jane Hicks which she was full blooded was married to PVT Ephriam M. Kiser. Their daughter which was