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AB Watson (#47223848)
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RE: Fons Avery
Thank you for your prompt reply. First of all, I agree with you that it would be a rarity to have a full blooded Indian as a relative. Your info will be helpful to guide me into further research. Thank you again.
Added by ZELDA WARLICK COFFEY EPLE... on Jun 20, 2015 1:43 PM
Fons Avery "Blackwood" Warlick
I saw where you had left flowers on my grandfather's memorial and was curious about the connection. I have a tree on and try to collect all the info that I can. I especially am looking to validate the American Indian heritage but have only come close thus far. Wife of "Blackwood", Daisy's ancestors consists of the Perkins and Sherrills which are supposed to be American Indian. Can you shed any light on this?
Look forward to hearing from you and thank you for your time.
Added by ZELDA WARLICK COFFEY EPLE... on Jun 20, 2015 2:50 AM
Hi, I seen you on the Hilderbrand grave site.
I'm trying to reunite all the families that would of been associated with the Sandtown village (Cherokee/Muscogee village by Carroll county, Ga) in Georgia. The Hilderbrands would of had some association with the Village.

Our website is:

Our Facebook group is:

We also have a message board.

Redbird Smith was born on July 19, 1850 near the current city of Fort Smith, Arkansas. His father was Pig Redbird Smith, whose surname "Smith" was given to him by European-Americans since his worked as a blacksmith. Redbird Smith's mother was Lizzie Hildebrand Smith. His parents were removed from Georgia to Indian Territory. Both his parents were ardent traditionalists, and at the age of ten, Redbird Smith's "father dedicated him to the services and cause of the Cherokee people in accordance with ancient customs and usages."
Added by Saponi on Apr 14, 2013 12:20 AM
janice webb
isaac Bradley
Can you tell me where this cemetery listed as Cherokee is that Isaac Bradley is buried. I assumed he was buried in the Bradley cemetery inside the Smoky Mountain Nat. Park. I couldn't find his head stone but I assumed that one of the unmarked graves was his. Need help finding out where he is really buried. There was also another Isaac Bradley b. 1705
They are related. Thanks Janice
Added by janice webb on Jul 04, 2012 6:25 PM

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