Would like to see if my grandmother is half Cherokee as my family claims
Genealogy Queries by surname - Davis
I’ve traced my lineage to Nancy Redfern (1730-1795) who married Jacob Austin Davis. I’ve found documentation that her father was Chief BlackHawk of Toquo Indian Village, Overhill Settlement, TN and her mother was Abbee Redfern. I’ve also found that Chief BlackHawk’s parents to be First to Kill and Creat Corntassel. Since this pre-dates the rolls,
I was doing genealogy research ob familysearch.org. It traced mine back to Chief Enola Blackfox through my great-grandfather, John C Davis.
I am searching for information on my great-great grandmother Mary D Davis born 12/15/1864 in Missouri. DOD is 1/17/1940 in Trinidad, Colorado and she married Wade Hampton Davis. I do not have a middle or maiden name to work with.
I am looking for my roots. My last name is Clark. My fathers side is Clark. Story is told my great, great grandmother was married to a native chief. My father spoke to me in Cherokee when I was younger. I would love to find my history and find out who and what tribe I
Victor (Vic)and Mary Davis , Great Grandparents From SC,MOUNTAIN REGION,MOVED TO GASTONIA NC. Grandmother Daisy Mae,(deceased 87-88) Sister Elsie,Edith. SON Frank. Father Darrell Wayne Murphy Grandparents stated they selected White only because of the prejudices in 1966. Mother’s side Smith,Nix Said past surnames were Crow,Pepper She(Grand Mother Sarah Green)marriedEarl Emmitt Green, From Whittier Nc. G.Grandfather
My great grandmother’s maiden name was Laughridge I may be spelling it incorrectly, it may originally been laughing ridge, her first name was Matta ,from North Carolina,she was also called Mattie and married a Dysart.
Looking for anyone that might have any information that list an Amy or Winnie Davis of the Hornbuckle family that married one Thomas J. Williams or may be just Thomas Williams.
Sanders, Rosa Lee,