Hello, According to my mother…her g-grandma was listed in the DAWES, but I am not sure she is correct. The name is Elvira Walker. Supposedly she and others hid in the hills of Georgia so they wouldn’t have to go to Oklahoma.
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My great-great grandmother’s name is Alice Deer Walker Hatfield. Her mother’s name is Neptha Walker. Both are reservation-born Cherokee. I would welcome any information on either of them, please.
My grandmother is Pearl Walker, listed on the U.S. American Citizens and Freedman of the Five Civilized Tribes. #782 Walkers of Marion County TN, enumerated on card #296. She was 8 years old 1901. How much Cherokee blood did she have?
I’m researching my great grand mother Alice Walker.
I am searching for information on my great grandfather’s mother, Sarah or Sally King. She is by family tradition a full-blooded Cherokee. She married John King who’s birthplace was said to be North Carolina. Sally was born in Georgia. Her son, my great grandfather, was Jasper King born 1845 in Georgia. The area they originated
I am looking to learn more about my grandparent. My grandmother Lula Edna Williams married Everett “Ben” Beadman, 95, Topeka, who died Tuesday, May 8, 2001 and died in 1961. Mary Frances Young, St. Paul, Minn., Deanna C. Walker, Beaumont, Texas, and Janet L. Hathaway and Delores J. Smith, both of Topeka; two sons, James
My grandmother Pearl Walker is listed on U.S. Native American Citizens and Freedmen of 5 Civilized Tribes. #782. Walkers of Marion County, TN. How much Cherokee she is, just any info you could share would be awesome Thanks for your time
Letha is my great grandmother. She told me once her family walked in the Trail of Tears. I have no proof. She was from Sequatchie Co., TN email@example.com
Where can I find information regarding Richard Walker, the first of 31 Cherokee listed in the treaty of 1819 as authorized per article 3 of that treaty to remain in North Carolina? I believe he was also known as Dick Walker and Indian Dick, and lived within the Qualla Boundary.
Looking for information on Hattie Reid (or Hadie, Hatie, Hadey, or Reed, or Read, or Red), born about 1876 in Virginia — supposedly Native American/Cherokee possibly. Hattie married Jeremiah Walker (African American). Jeremiah was born about 1871 in Virginia. Hattie and Jeremiah had 4 children: Bennie Moore Walker, James Clarence Walker, William R Walker, Rosa