|Hope MELSON Larson (#47826537)|
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I grew up in Sanger California would like to take the pictures for there if possible.|
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|Lynda Gibbs||RE: Jake Green|
Hope, here is my research notes. The main reason I have him Indian is because my grandmother told me her mother was 1/2 Indian and her Father, Jake, was Indian.
If a son is listed Mulatto, he would be part black or part Indian.. both were filled in that way on censuses at times.
Author: Jessica Date: 7 Feb 2004 5:43 AM GMT
In Reply to: Re: Green surname among the Tuscarora Indians of Bertie Co. N.C. by: Lynda Gibbs
Hello, my children's 4th Gr. Grandfather was Wilfred Jake Green and yes he was listed as fighting in the civil war as a wagonmaster and he fought with the Cherokee regiment. Everything I have found on him points to him being a Cherokee Indian. Hope this helped.
Jessica < email@example.com>
served in the 62nd Inf. Regt.--Missouri--under a C.H. Tompkins---was a wagon master---this was the Indian Unit---supposedly full-blooded Cherokee! d. 5-7-1865 in GA
Please email me your family info to fill in my tree.. firstname.lastname@example.org
(You need to look at the pictures of my Father, Homer Desmond Ellis, his brother Colquit, and my sister Margaret Ellen Ellis - me? I'm an Irish throwback!)
|Charlene Patton||Find A Grave Memorial 70690334|
Judith Monroe Jackman ~ That photo that dbethel placed there of the Newspaper claiming that she was the sister of James Monroe "4th" [incorrect as he was the 5th] US President is a HOAX...I traced the family line and the parents of James Monroe the 5th US President...they had no daughter named Judith.
I will be happy to transfer your Moms site to you-if you want--T
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