North Carolina, USA
Chief RedBird Totsuwha Arron Brock (1721 - 1820)
Mahala Susannah Brock Callahan (1749 - 1820)*
James Calvin Brock (1759 - 1831)*
George Brock (1762 - 1839)*
Susannah was full blood Cherokee born in the Cherokee nation of North Carolina.
The source of the following genealogy is not known.but it was copied from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia in an article by Lloyd Taylor. In 1748 Chief Red Bird married Susannah Caroline "Cherokee Maid" Sizemore (1725–1760), a household member of George Sizemore and Agnes Shepherd Sizemore. Chief Red Bird and Susan moved from South Carolina to Kentucky. He was the first settler on Wallins Creek, Kentucky.
Edward Brock (1743-xxxx);
Aaron Brock, II (1748-xxxx) who married Elizabeth Noe (1750-xx) in 1866 in Harlan, KY.
Mahala Susan Brock (1749–1820) married Edward "Ned" Callahan (1743–1823);
Jessie James Brock (1751–1843) an American Revolutionary soldier who was granted land;
George Brock (1752–1839) who married Julia Ann Bruner (xxxx-1828);
Reuben Brock (1754-xxxx) who married Elizabeth Camp (1760-xxxx);
Mary "Polly" Brock (1757–1855);
James Brock (1759–1831)
Created by: Jimmy Huffman
Record added: May 06, 2011
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this is very disrespectable to my Brock family, DNA and National archive records prove they were not native, and to steal another man's, a real Native American photo is just not right, you are trying to honor the Brock family, with fake information|
Added: Sep. 8, 2014
I am trying to figure this out too, Jennifer. It also makes no sense to me. Susannah is my husbands 6th great-grandmother.|
Added: Aug. 26, 2014
A DNA match in Family Finder.|
Imogean Magnusson McDonald
Added: Jun. 12, 2014
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