I'm trying to find out more information on my heritage with the Choctaw and Cherokee nation. Especially to find my grandparents on the census lists.My grandmother was Elizebeth Marie Yokum (b.Feb.3,1889 Galena,Missouri) and Grandfather Arthur James Miller (b.Dec. 31, 1885). Her parents died when she was two and was taken to an indian orphanage around what is now Grand Lake The Cherokee according to my maps. Her brothers are George (b. Rogers, AK) and John Yokum (b. Gold Dust, TN). I have been told that more information can be found in Tahlequah, OK and at the Cherokee Nation Museum but am not sure what Í should be looking or asking for. Contact me with any info. or leads. Much appreciated. :>) runningbird
Is there any way I may talk to an elder. That knows the old ways of healing. My mother is white, but grew up with the Mohawk, so she incour. my gifts. But I know a lot has been left out. I am 52 now it is time.
im a registered member and someone sent me this wonderful link. keep up the good work.....
This site offers nice, concise and up-to-date information on most all current topics. Would like to have more input from Eastern Chereokees since most info comes from the West. Keep up the good work.
I just wanted to say thank you for this site, I have been told my whole life that there is Cherokee in our ancesters. I have a goal now and will research it. I wept while reading the rainbow it must have been increadible for them to go back there!!! Again think you.
I found out just 3 years ago that I was of Cherokee Heritage. I am devoting my life to learning and living in the steps of my heritage. Your site has been so inspirational to me. I am now beginning to learn The Tsalagi language. I am book marking your site so I can return often.
I too am looking for my roots. How can I find the rolls? My grandmother was from Ark. and her last name Arp. can anyone help? Thanks a lot Barb.
Great reading. You have really done a great job. Barb.
this is a very well done site . with losts of helpful information!
A very interesting and informative site. Thank you. I am a full blood Cherokee living in Washington state, and would very much like to hear from other Cherokees.
My Dad was from Davis Ok. He said he was 1/4 Native Amercan. His Grandfather allways use to tease him. He never new his name just that he was Indian.Found out later was Ch
I AM WILLARD STONES NIECE.....I LIKE TO SEARCH THE WEB FOR SOME OF THE OLD FOKLORE STORIES...I ATTENDED BACONE AND GREW UP HEARING SOME OF THE FOLKLORE AS WELL AS HEARING STORIES AT SCHOOL FROM OTHER TRIBAL BELIEFS....IF YOU KNOW OF A GOOD LINK FOR SOME O THE OLD STORIES PLEASE E-MAIL ME. THANKS........JUDY ( HILTON ) VAUGHN
Trying to find information about my Great great grandfather who was a cherokee Indian,just to learn more about my ancestory.
It's WONDERFUL!!!! although I'm having a lot of trouble tracing my ancestors... Thank you, Donnie
I am starting to search our heritage for my family. How do I find out if we have people on the rolls? Is that information available on line? My g-grandmother should be on it along with her mother and I have no idea how to find this information. Any inform tion will help. thank you.
I like the site. We would be honored if you would visit our web site whenever you have the opportunity, particularly our Newsletter page at: http://members.xoom.com/senaa/index2.html We could use your alliance in our fight to help the Dine'h of Big Mountain, Arizona, remain on their sacred ancestral lands and get back their human, constitutional, and civil rights. The Dine'h have been stripped of all rights, even the right to life its lf, by the federal government in its attempts to get the Dine'h off their land and onto the radiation contaminated land that the U.S. government calls the "New Lands." What is the federal government's reason for doing this to the Dine'h? Peabody Mining Company, coal, and the aquifer that provides the only source of water at Black Mesa. Visit SENAA's Online Newsletter at the above address, and you can see the photos and read the articles and chronology of events that have led to the Dine'h people's plight. Visit our video site at: http://www.freespeech.org/senaa/ and see for yourself filmed documentation. The BIA has given the Dine'h the final deadline of 1 February 1999 to relocate from their sacred land to the uranium contaminated "New Lands." The BIA has sworn that it will achieve a "Final Solution" BEFORE the February 2000 deadline by any means that it deems necessary. SENAA asks that you pray about this situation, ask for U-Ne-La-Nv-Hi to guide you and to lend His power to the Dine'h and to those of us who have taken up the challenge to stop the BIA from turning Big Mountain, Arizona, into anothe Ruby Ridge, Waco, or W unded Knee. Like us, the Dine'h have endured much. The Longest Walk, the raids and murders by white soldiers, and everything in-between, is just as we, the Tsa-La-Gi, have suffered. For the Dine'h, however, the war has never ended. It still rages. Think about it, dear elders; and when you have thought about it and have prayed about it, please lend your support to this cause. Wa-do (or "Sgi," as we say in the East). Al
GGGgrandmother: Catherine Ward, (dghtr James Ward & Catherine McDaniel)and Joseph Keaton GGGrandmother: Lucy Keaton married to Abel Fike Dial. Listed Old Settler rolls GGrandmother: Lucy Dial married to (?) Riley Listed Old Settler rolls Grandmother: Minnie Viola Rile married to George B. Stokes. Listed on Dawes roll and 1880 Cherokee Nation Census It has been about 9 mos since I visited and I like the revision and update to the web site. Please keep sharing the culture & the history as we search for our ancestors.
trying to find my Harp/Gilbert/Weeks Cherokee Roots. They lived in Arkansas I believe (Clifty?). Can't find them on the rolls, but my gggrandmother, Isabelle Gilbert was born on an Indian Reservations. Thanks. Jana
This page was a great source for the information I needed on tracing my native american heritage!\ Thanks.
22 July,1999 I just found your website and I want you to know that it is very interesting.
I have just started browsing your site. My gradmother Lou Russell 1/4 Cherokee and 1/4 Choctaw. My great grandfather Walker Russell was on a dawes card,but, died in 02 and was lined thru on his enrollment card. Grandmother enrolled as a Choctaw,so I becam a citizan Choctaw Nation. I am still looking for family of Cherokee gggmother Lucy Reese Russell.
I was so moved and shed tears again as I read the Rainbow. I had experienced the same when I visited the Council Grounds in spring of 1996. I believe it is the same place. I may be wrong but is that not the Red Clay Council Grounds where the Eternal Fire is still burning and site of the BLUE HOLE. At any rate the story was beautiful and if I wish I had the ability with the words that you do to properly express my feelings.
REPLY- Yes-- it is known as Red Clay Council Grounds--
this site has helped me find alot info
I enjoyed my visit with you. My grandmother Minnie was supposed to be 1/2 Cherokee too, so of course I am interested in your site and hope to see it become even more successful. Thanks Pinx
I am researching my family history and have a question about the relationship of the Choctaws and the Cherokees. My great-great granmother was apparently a Cherokee, but resided in the Choctaw nation reportedly because she was allocated land and there wasn't room in the Cherokee nation, so she chose the Choctaw. This comes from a quote from her in a newspaper article about how she makes quilts....does this sound logical? I have been searching the Choctaw records because of her living there, but was it possible for a Cherokee to live in Choctaw area?
I like your page very much the maps are the best one thing for sure i almost gave up finding my great great grand father chief shimel after looking all you have done ill not give up thank you
Lynda Clear - 06/25/99 03:47:57
Can't wait til you finish the"under construction" pages. In the meantime you have given me a direction to go in to prove my Cherokee lineage. I found your website to be VERY informative and I like the fact that it is to the point. Thank you for being ther and for the help I obtained from your site. Lynda Clear
one bear - 06/21/99 00:40:15
OSIYO ONE BEAR be alive and well in Ky. Greatgrandmother was mini wha ha She was a chiefs daughter. Thru the years the old ones have gone only to leave me lookin for names I heard as young one Please help if possible in my search for the truth firstname.lastname@example.org
Ralph J. Ross - 06/17/99 05:09:01
First I would like to say, that I think you have a great site. My only problem is every time I go into your chat room, there is never anyone there. I see messages from others all having the same problem. I don't know if there is anything you can do abou it, but I figured I'd let you know about the problem any way.
Francille Estes Hunsaker - 06/16/99 01:22:16
I have enjoyed your web site. I have Cherokee heritage and am in the process of tracing my roots. Thank you for a great web site.
thereassa - 06/13/99 15:59:23
just getting geared up to find ancestors,this will be lots of fun. looking forward to meeting others that are at a lost,like myself, of where to start .maybe prayers answered,thankyou
Darlene Lercher - 06/11/99 03:04:22
I'm an old soul finding new information. At my Grandmother's recent funeral I was not only able to confirm my Native American heritage - I know my Great Grandfather's name! My Grandmother was born in 1914 to Benjamin Harrison Robinson. I'm now not only looking for information about him My interest in in the wisdom of the Elders as well as understanding my heritage. With all due respect- Judy
Rebecca Smith - 05/21/99 00:33:48
I am really interested in Native American history and culture. I would love to meet an actual Elder and hear his stories. I would also love to speak with anyone Native American who is willing to share his/her story. Thank you!
zane ivy - 05/13/99 06:53:29
Thanks for the information on your site. Frankly, we have to learn to think again not like the government wants us to think...according to their terms and concepts...but according to life. Peace, Zane Ivy
lilspiritdancer - 05/11/99 15:07:38
I have found out that I am Nez Perce on my Mother's side & Cherokee on my Father's side..Want to find out more about my ancestory...just to know.
RICHARD A ADAMS - 05/11/99 02:35:00
I AM INTERESTED IN FINDING OUT MORE ABOUT WHAT TRIBE ECT. I AM FROM BUT I WILL HAVE TO MAKE SOME CALLS FIRST.
Terri Fullington - 05/09/99 04:41:42
Thankyou for helping me find my past so I can make it a part of my childrens future.
Margaret (Byrd) Nichols - 05/08/99 00:22:27
Found your site very intereting and informative!!! And very friendly!!! No wonder my mother lived for so many years on the indian reservations...some of the most wonderful people on the planet!!!!
GAIL RAMEY GOSS - 05/07/99 15:32:53
I'am looking for my indian ancesters. my grandmother was half,indian her name was Savanna Page I belive she was married to Joe hopkins they lived Franklin or Otto N,C they had 8 boys and 4 girls .I'm sorry Savanna was my great grand mother, my grand mother was Fannin Gordie Bell Cabe Hopkins, she was married to Raleigh Alonzo Hopkins. any information will be app. thank you Gail Goss
Dancing Moon - 05/05/99 23:13:30
Great Page. Thanks for the tips. I am trying to research some ancestors who were in the Trail of Tears. Thanks again
Rosealee Doran-Porter - 05/04/99 20:42:15
You have a great site here. I have been researching my Cherokee family. My patenal grandmother was an Ussery and her mother was a Franklin. Some of my Ussery ancesters were in the 1st Cherokee Mounted Volunteers,Company I, and quite a few are listed on th Dawes and Guion Miller Rolls.
Stephen Beamer - 05/03/99 06:21:37
Could you please change the backround in the chat room? It is very hard to read! your work is very good!
wanda diomedes - 04/18/99 04:49:29
hello, I'm researching my Rogers lineage thru Doswell Rogers, would like to know if there is Cherokee bloodlineage. Also I'm tracing my lineage thru Robert Lee Wright who lived in Giles county Tenn. in 1890 and married Idella Burns Wright at that time. I cant find any info on his lineage pass his birthdate which was 5/8/1870. I think his parents may have had cherokee bloodline. would appreciate any info. Thanks Wanda
Beverly Jean Brewster Edwards - 04/16/99 18:13:33
I am very proud of my heritage and I hope the day will come when the Cherokees can be led by a Chief and his staff that care about the people of their tribe. It is a sad time for the Cherokees and I hope the time of renewal is at hand. The election on M y 22, 1999 may bring the pride and respect of our people back.
Raymond Church - 04/14/99 22:02:08
My Father and his siblings believe that they have Native American Ancestry. The Family Bible that seems to hold the key to this can not be found at this time. I have not giving up though! From my searching, the closes I have come is that my great, great Grandfather may be of Cherokee decent. His last name was Roach. His first appearance is not until early 1860's SW Penn.-N West Va.. Still Searching for Granny Church's Bible.
Jon McDonald - 04/11/99 20:41:18
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Cheta Stutz - 04/11/99 20:27:43
my mother died two years ago she did not let her children know about being Cherokee. Her children are trying very hard to learn about this part of them. They are proud to be part Cherokee. Thank you for these pages so I can learn more and pass this pride on to my children. Evelyn Martin (born Evalene Martin 1/625 in Wilbur, Ok) We found out she is half Cherokee by her father Enmon (nickname Cherokee) Martin born 3/21/188? or 3/20/1891 Big Ben, Texas. His Father Edward (Edie) Martin. His Mother Jossie Cooper. Enmon married Nancy Jane Curliss If any of this rings a bell with your family line or if you have information about them or Big Ben, TX which is now a national park; please let me know. Thank you Cheta email@example.com
fzbear - 04/10/99 13:52:33
Good information on these pages. Wado.
laurie mikita - 04/09/99 05:29:59
Thanks for the information. It`s very interesting I`m researching my Cherokee ancesters.
RUTH SHUPP - 04/06/99 05:36:31
THANK YOU FOR ALL THE INFO I FOUND ON YOUR SITE. I LEARNED ALOT.
Martha (Marty) Belt - 04/02/99 17:38:08
Hi there! Really like what I found. Great job.I'm searching for the parents of William Proctor who was married to Dicey Downing. Their son, Ezekiel Proctor, is my gg grandfather.
Sebastian - 04/01/99 21:47:12
Some of my Cherokee ancestory was John West B-1820, Peter West B-1831, Mary West (Locklayer) B-1833 all in Davidson Co. Nc. Their mother, born in Va., full blood Cherokee. Father English decent born-(?). John West is #13 on the Henderson Roll 1835 and Jac b West is #49.
laughingbear - 04/01/99 03:32:35
hi...was on search mode when i came across your site...can't wait to chat with someone with the same interests...just began my medicine walk a few years ago...so i'm glad i found your site...
Reney Bartlett - 03/30/99 05:51:33
WOW!!!! I am thinking about researching my Cherokee background. My mother has told me that my Great GReat Grandmother was a full bloded Cherokee woman. I am debating in researching this thought and your site has helped me figure out where to start. T anks Reney
brian c.blackwell - 03/28/99 23:32:10
I am very impressed with the work to date on this site. When it is finished I should be able to either prove or disprove that I have realtives in the north carolina cherokee nation. Just having a hard enough time chasing the other branches. thank you
Lee E. /fugate - 03/28/99 15:56:32
When reading the Guest Book I'm asked for a password to view Private Comments. How do I obtain a password?
REPLY: That option is open for the site manage (only)... jc
Cynthia Ross Johnston - 03/27/99 01:26:15
Looking forward to reviewing everything!
Ola "the indian"Gummesson - 03/24/99 11:39:45
I´ve always been intrested in indians and I think that i always will
Theresa Oglesby - 03/24/99 07:11:29
The facts are devastating.
Johnnie J. Sixkiller - 03/22/99 23:44:41
Keep up the good work.
Jean Allen - 03/21/99 20:07:39
Thanks for this website. I can come here and feel at home.
F Emerson - 03/20/99 01:00:44
My daughter had a dream about a white wolf. I am wondering if anyone can lead me to some information about the significance of a white wolf. Sincerely, F. Emerson
Linda Avellino - 03/19/99 23:24:13
I enjoyed this site very much. It was very informative. Linda Avellino
Ralph J. Ross - 03/18/99 23:58:05
maybe you can help me? i set up my handle for your chat room yesterday, 03/17/99, and when i went into the chat room it was telling me that i don't have a handle. did i do something wrong?
REPLY: Check "Set Handle"... jc
R.J.Ross - 03/18/99 05:05:22
I really enjoyed your website, so I bookmarked it. I even looked in on your chat room. I wasn't quite sure what to do, so I just listened in, so to speak. I plan to get up the nerve to actually join in the next time I visit your site. I have a problem that, maybe, you can help me with. My brother, a couple of years ago, downloaded a piece of shareware called Tsa-La-Gi. The software allowed you to type in a word in English and gave you the translation in Tsa-La-Gi. It gave you the translation both in the Tsa-La-Gi symbols and in the phonetic spelling. The software also allowed you to import one or both of the translatio s into word processing and desktop publishing programs. I have been looking for this software for over a month, and was wondering if you might be able to tell me where to locate and download it. Any help would be helpful. My brother doesn't remember which website he downloaded it from. Thanks RJR
Lynn Wood Davidson - 03/18/99 04:38:06
I have just started to research my ancestors and have enjoyed your site ! Wa'Do
Dixie Trebbe - 03/16/99 00:09:56
After I get familiar with your site I hope to be able to get info on some long standing problems I have run into. Thanks.
Misquah - 03/14/99 03:57:35
Halito my brothers and sisters of the Cherokee Nation. I am Misquah... Choctaw / Anglo. I am thrilled to find this site. I have gone to the chat, but found it empty. I would very much like to speak with someone that can help me with a language translation. I need the Cherokee word for 'Land of Trees' or 'Many Trees'. Yokokee, Misquah
BWMcGrath - 03/13/99 05:37:26
Enjoyed it all. Can't wait for you to get geneology on. Thanks
Alan Blue Heron - 03/13/99 03:59:54
The more I read, the more there is to learn. Wa'Do!
Tonya Powell - 03/12/99 16:07:33
I am trying to find the link from the Cherokee people to the Barnetts and Powells.
Delwyn Loy Mayo - 03/12/99 00:54:30
I know I'm 1/16th Cherokee, on my Mom's side, through my Great GrandMother Baldwin-Link (both Married names), I don't remember her Maiden name at present. Mom and an Aunt have checked the rolls in Tallaquah, OK, and could not find any of the names we hav listed. I'm not particuarly interested in Tribal Assests, Government money and such like. But to be officially listed would be nice. Take Care!!! D.L.M.-"Doctor D"
Mary Datum - 03/12/99 00:19:20
My Great-grandfather was not Cherokee and would not let my Great-grandmother register. Is there any way to find any information on her family through this web site? Her name was Ruth West and she was born in Marysville, Tenn.
Betty Black - 03/09/99 02:16:55
I am so glad that this site is available. Even if I'm not able to trace my heritage successfully, at least I know that I have a very proud ehritage-that of Cherokee!
Anna Fowler - 03/07/99 04:37:48
I really enjoyed the site. I am researching my husband's ancestry which is Cherokee and Choctaw if his aunt is to be believed. I am looking forward to the completion of the geneology forms.
Jakawla - 03/06/99 00:53:18
I am very happy to see my heratage on the internet.But I think that kachinenas,or the spirts of the indians that give blessings, should be in here,and pictures of them. I take a speacial indian class at school.I like larning about indians.
mary davis - 03/03/99 01:24:40
I am trying to find my great grandmothers heritage
April - 03/02/99 22:15:34
This site is great. Very informative. I have verified Cherokee blood from Hair's and Phillips. Great to be able to learn more of my heritage.
PERRYMAN, WILLIAM THOMAS - 03/01/99 05:57:19
First time here, so far it looks very good, will have to come back and spend more time.
Shirley Cooper - 02/28/99 19:22:32
"Well Done"It is a pleasure to see a site that is set up for a logical progression of information to be found. Your site is brief, concise, and attractive, and very easy to find what you are looking for. Thank you, Shirley
Ruth Mercer Bilger - 02/27/99 15:41:07
I searched for information on the Cherokee People. The Rainbow was beautiful, thank you. My great grandmother was a Cherokee.
Melody Coquanne Hales - 02/24/99 00:28:36
I really enjoyed looking over your web page and the accurate information you provide. Keep up the good work please. I would love to learn to speak and read Cheerokee but can not afford 25 dollars. Is there anyway to make it cheaper as I have three kids and am finishing my social work degree. thanks Melody Hales
Sherry Melton - 02/23/99 11:39:10
Looking for information on a William Walter Davis born on Nov.30,1889. I'm told he was born in Maryland,but his gr gr grandfather was full blooded cherokee indian. I have been checking and cant find a birth certificate on William anywhere. Please, can you lead me in the right direction.
Moonflower - 02/22/99 20:41:41
Look forward to taping into your site more often. God Bless
Florida Moke - 02/20/99 22:42:57
Very glad to see information on the Cherokees.My great grandfather was a full blood and I am proud of it. Haven't been able to trace him down,as near as I can tell he was Eastern Band. Keep up the good work.
Weylin Wiles - 02/20/99 15:57:31
The Cherokee Exiles Asssn. Inc. Houlton Maine 04730 intends to cram the Dawes act right down the two recognized bands throats because they have used it as a criminal device to steal our ancestors lands and money , and to disenroll our ancestors and us, th y both must be class action sued till they are bankrupt as Russia, they are uncle Tommahawks, traitors, to the 100,000 of us basically exiled by their enrollment double standard rules, they hid allotment records of our ancestors and help the Bia cover it p.
Debbie Detmer - 02/19/99 20:30:48
Thanks for having me. I have enjoyed it. I beleive that we may have indian in us , my grandfather said so any way, but how I don't know although I know OK is where our family comes from. Again thanks, Debbie
frank griffin - 02/14/99 22:01:18
I am looking for ancestrers of MARY ANN ROTAN, who is though to be cherokee, from alabama. born in 1820. She married Peter Johnson King in Alabama, went to Mississippi for about 6 years, had three childern one being NANCY ANN KING BORN 1841, Moved to Pea htree Village in Tyler Co. Texas, Followed Nancy and her husband William Oates Hill Co.Texas died 1-5-1895 buried At West, Texas. Any help would be helpful. Thanks
frank griffin - 02/14/99 21:41:40
I am looking for ancestrers of MARY ANN ROTAN, who is though to be cherokee, from alabama. born in 1820. any help would be helpful. THANKS
carol wilkins - 02/12/99 20:20:58
My great grandmother was Cherokee but I have very little information on her history. Her name was Martha Lee Falls and lived in Pope County Arkansas. She died in the early l900's.
Laughing Wolf - 02/08/99 06:14:21
I am very happy to see a Native American chat room devoted to my people, it helps me to stay centered and keep in touch. Wa'Do! Also, I need to find any information relating to the last names of Smith,Cox,Woody,orLynch. My people came from Independence,VA and Fox. These are right near the North Carolina border. Not only this, but I have a picture of my maternal g-grandfather, which is definately Native American. My paternal side also had Cherokee blood, but as best as I can figure, Iam about 1/4 - 1/3 Che okee total, but probably more. My soul walks in two worlds, I would like to find my people so that I might come home to my true home with the Cherokee. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Andy Forrest - 02/08/99 03:38:02
My Mother has always told us that her grandfather was a full blood Cherokee. His name was George Leonidas Washington Hicks born in Randolph Co., North Carolina in 1856. We know that Hicks was a Cherkoee name. George's father was Winburn Hicks. His fath r was Bishop Hicks and his father was Absolem Hicks. I would appreciate any information on this family that anybody has. Thank you. Andy
I "believe" I have ties with Cherokee Indian Eastern bands of Western North Caroline and East Tennessee through Ozment, Frazier/Frasier, and Morgan marriages. Most of my information is from family traditional stories. Need lots of help with my research. D not know where to begin. Any help will be appreciated. Dwight W. Ozment firstname.lastname@example.org 9:05 P.M. ET Fri Feb 5, 1999
MaryLou Church - 02/04/99 19:25:46
This provided good information that I needed for my speech on Cherokee Nation Organization and Cherokee Benefits. Thank you so much.
BRIDGET PICKARD - 02/02/99 23:40:17
I AM LOOKING FOR ANY INFORMATION ON GRANT AND ANN LAY. GRANT IS HALF,ANN IS FULL BLOOD CHEROKEE.MAY HAVE BEEN IN TAHLEQUAH OK AT ONE TIME.I WAS ADOPTED IN TEXAS IN 1961, MY BROTHERS AND SISTERS ARE BILLY,ROGER, TONY MARTHA.SANDRA LAY I WAS TOLD MY MOTHER CAME FROM A FAMILY OF 14. GRANT WORKED FOR A COMPANY BY THE NAME OF LAYNE TEXAS.DRILLER,I NEED ALL THE HELP I CAN GET.SOME ONE MUST KNOW WERE THEY ARE.PLEASE CONTACT ME WITH ANY INFORMATION FAMILY LIVED PALESTINE,CROCKET,SULFUR SPRING,QUITMAN TEX ALSO OKLAHOMA THANK YOU FOR ALL HELP,BOBBY C/O BRIDGET
BRIDGET PICKARD - 02/02/99 23:20:01
it"s nice to have a forum to search for our past. GREAT! KEEP UP THE GREAT JOB.
Gerald R Bruce - 01/27/99 16:37:16
O si yo, I was raised with the cherokees for 9 years, I have much respect for their ways & cultures.i have many friends from the tribes of Okla, area I am in search of some of them that I lost contact with over the years. Wa'Do.
Rachel Weyer - 01/24/99 19:09:40
Nice website, I have found a great deal of things here.:-)
Dona - 01/24/99 02:24:55
My grandmother was a Mosier. She said she was 1/2 Cherokee. I am interested in The surnames Bilyeu, Judd, Phillips, Myers Llewellen and Moore.
ELIZABETH SMITH - 01/14/99 17:24:28
I HAVE CHEROKEE IN ME. I'M DOING A PAPER ON CHEROKEE INDIANS. IF YOU HAVE ANY, INFORMATION PLEASE E-MAIL ME. THANK YOU.
Alfredo - 01/13/99 20:39:51
hi, I'm Alfredo from Germany - I'm 51 Years old and my hobby is - Rockmusic - Harley's - All of the Indian's. my homepage: http://mitglied.tripod.de/apache/index-2.htlm
Marion L. Markey - 01/10/99 09:25:56
Hello, I am searching for information on my Great Grandmother & Grandfather. My GGrandmother was full blooded Cherokee. My Grandmother's name was Fannie Maude Hawkins and was born in Gentryville, Gentry Co., MO in 1892. I have been told that she was in some wa related to the Slater family. I am also researching Cherokee blood on my fathers side which would include the Page family in Oklahoma. If you have any information please contact me. Thank you.
Shanna Flaherty - 01/07/99 02:23:06
Loved your site. It was very informative and even gave me a little more info about my anscestors than I knew. Samuel Riley/Gu-lu-sti-yu were my 4th Great Grandparents. Through their daughter Mary Riley/Samuel Keys to Richard Keys/Mary A. Hayes to Willi mson Roland Winston Cobb Keys/Mary E. Booth to Otta Gertrude Keys/Benjamin Flaherty to my father George Arthur Eugene Flaherty. I welcome any and all cousins to e-mail me. Will also glady share my info and that from many other cousins.
Linda Cain - 01/02/99 16:26:21
I have been told that I have Cherokee ancestory. My maiden name is Plemmons. my family originally came to America inthe 1700's to North Carolina, then to Tennessee and Missouri. Any way to research my Cherokee side? Thanks Linda
Connie L. Adams - 01/01/99 12:51:38
I would really love to see just a list of names of Indians (Eastern) that were living on Indian land in early 1800.