Wife of John Wilson Lenoir.
Ann Chappel (Rogers) Lenoir was the daughter of John Rogers, Jr. and Sarah (Cordery) Rogers of the Chattahoochee. She was the granddaughter of a matriarch of the Blind Savannah/Wild Potato Clan, Sonivoie "Susannah" Sonicooie. Ann is listed on the Cherokee Siler (1851), Chapman (1852), and Hester (1883) rolls and was enrolled by Dawes in 1900.
She, her grandparents, parents, children and grandchildren are listed in Emmet Starr's "History of the Cherokee Indians", (pp. 391 & 393). Born in the Cherokee Nation East (Duluth, Gwinnett County, Georgia), she moved to Indian Territory in the 1890's and died in Chelsea in 1901, before Oklahoma became a state.
(Information provided by Bryan Jackson)
Sarah Cordery Rogers (1786 - 1842)
Cynthia Anna Lenoir Roberts (1855 - 1907)*
Emma Elizabeth Lenoir Roberts (1859 - 1890)*
William Rogers (1805 - 1870)*
Anna Chappel Rogers Lenoir (1822 - 1901)
Created by: Gwen Nolte
Record added: Mar 31, 2004
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Peace, my guide and Cherokee mother.|
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Osiyo, Anna! Thinking of you from Seattle, Bryan|
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Thinking of you today....|
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