Growing up we were always told we were part Native American and several years ago I was finally able to trace my line back to my 6th great grandmother Katie Pettit Teague Rogers. (My grandmother’s mom was placed in an orphanage in Fort Smith Arkansas and things were pretty hush hush due to the circumstances
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Does anyone have a complete Genealogy for Chief John Rogers up to present. My Mom side seems to be related by DNA and also cousins and connections. I always like to make double sure of the line before posting on Ancestry. Thank you
I am trying to create my family tree and have ran into a block with my 5th great grandmother who was said to be “an Indian woman” (born around 1732) who my 5th great grandfather married in Bertie NC. His name is Thomas Rogers and he was born around 1730. His parents were Thomas Rogers
Ted L Rogers my grandfather. His grandmother was full blooded Cherokee. His father’s name was John Rogers. Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina.
Wanting old records of my ancestors.
According to my mother, my family is part Cherokee Indian. Her grandfather’s name is Howard Jefferson Beaman from North Carolina; born in the 1850’s-1870’s. His wife’s name was Katie Herring-Beaman. Also, on my father’s side, my great grandmother was from South Carolina, her name was Mary Frances Godfrey. She also may be of Cherokee descent,
Looking for info on my GGrandmother Mary Elizabeth Gamble, she married James Madison Kirk in 1892 in Stevenson, Alabama. I believe her Mother’s name was Mary and that she was possible Cherokee.
Looking for Parents of Mary Elizabeth Gamble born abt 1851 in Stevenson, Alabama. She was my Great Grandmother, she married James Madison Kirk 1892. Had Ola Mae Kirk (my Grandmother) Clora Elizabeth and Gilbert Lee. She died abt 1901. I believe she was Cherokee and also Kirk to be Cherokee. If anyone can help me
My 2nd great grandfather was George Owen Rogers born Sept. 1834 in NC and died July 17, 1906 in Corum OK. He married Julia Ann King in 1857 in Camden Ark. According to my grandfather Claude D. Rogers his grandmother was part Native American but to this date I have not found that to be
Looking for information on Eliza Hughes (father was Jesse Hughes?). Married Hiram Crum b.1814. It was said by some that he took her from the trail of tears and married her.