my grandmother was Emma hicks,married to Robert queen,wilkes county n.c. can anyone help me with my family tree?
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Cordelia Hicks Carver Louisa watts Hickg
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
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
Lucretia Christie Hicks, Luecrishie Hicks, William Thomas Hicks
Hi, I’m looking for any evidence that Susan Brown was the wife of William Cole (1796-1865) and mother of Jacob Staley Cole (1828-1918). She may have been married to someone named Wilcox also and gone by Susie. Thanks!
I am trying to see if my husband is the 6th great grandson of Chief Hicks. So far, I have the following information (That ay or may not be accurate) Chief Charles son: Austin “Aulse” Hicks son: Clayborn “Cloyd” Hicks son: Reuben Redford Hicks son: Elijah Hicks son: Charles Hicks son: John Harvey “Johnny” Hicks
I have certain data on Emma Hicks (she was born in Tennessee according to the 1880 census, which has her married to Benjamin F. Johnson with 2 children, thus far, living in District 12, Knox, TN), but her line is a complete enigma. What residence records, that show she was married to Benjamin F Johnson,
I am searching for information on my Cherokee heritage. I was adopted and only have names with very little information. I do know that my great-grandfather was a chief on a reservation. His name was Benjemin Osborne. My grandmother, his daughter, was L. Iola Osborne who lived on the reservation also. Both were full blooded