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|Dianna Stewart-Finley||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 65259804|
Most of the info was posted by the original creators. I did add some details gathered from family members and a book I found, History of the Cherokee Indians, by Emmett Starr. .my husband's lineage stems from Nancy who married Edmond Adair and ended up in Ok.They were my husband's g-great grandparents
|R Pritchett||Edward Pritchett|
Edward Pritchett was married twice. First to Catherine Scroggins who died in 1840 then to Malatia Craig. Malatia is mentioned on Edwards tombstone at Wet Glaize.
I have a lot of info if interested let me know and I can post my email.
|Sharlee Farrell||Benge Family|
Here is my website address
Scroll down to #4 Quatie Conrad.
She is my direct line. But I do have information on the Benge family that appears on my website.
Sharlee (Birge) MacNeil-Farrell
|Sara N. Pitts||RE: Edmund ?|
Don't have any real evidence, but based on date of the T of T and the fact that Edmund eventually ended up in OK from GA I am assuming he is the relative who traveled from GA to OK on the T of T. Grandma always said it was Dorcas who came to OK , Craig County, on the T of T but based on her death date I believe it was actually Edmond. She also said that her family home was on the property afforded to her family as a result of the forced migration, not sure how true that is, haven't done much research on it.
As far as how we are related. Yes, Zeno and Rebecca were my GG Grandparents. My grandmother was the daughter of their son James Duncan Cox.
In fact my grandmother Lucille Neoma Cox is the last of my direct line listed in the Book of Stars/Dawes Rolls as she was born in 1919. I haven't done a whole lot of research on the Cox/Duncan side of the family just oral family history and some info found thru ancestry.com. So any info you can offer would be much appreciated.
Nice to meet you cousin.
|Sara N. Pitts||RE: relative|
I have seen his father listed as both Robert and John "Trader" Benge. But I am really not sure either way. I do however remember my grandmother telling me once that I had a GGG?? UNCLE that was a Chief, so it may be possible that she was referring to Robert as my uncle, but not really sure who she was referring to exactly. She did have some info wrong as I have discovered thru my research , probably just got twisted in the oral family history over the years. Thru ancestry research I have discovered that Dorcas was not on the Trail of Tears as I had always heard,but rather her son Edmond was. In actuality Grandma never spoke of Edmond, it was as though he was lost in the family history, she spoke of Dorcus Duncan (never heard the name Benge or Lightfoot) often and would say that she was on the T of T , was married twice, once to a white man and once to a Native American like herself. That she had 15 children but no one could remember which children belonged to which husband. Another story she would tell was that one of her husbands would blend in and steal from "the white man". So that story leads me to believe that Edmonds father was Robert as he was the famous red head Cherokee that could pass as white and often did. But either way, it was either Robert or his father John so same blood line either way. If you find any proof one way or the other I would love to know.
|L Pritchett||RE: Edward Pritchett|
Hello. Yes this is the Edward Pritchett that is the father of Caswell Pritchett. Katherine (or Catherine) Scroggins is supposedly the same person as Catherine Harner who is the wife of Edward Pritchett and mother of Caswell. I am also descended through Caswell through his daughter Elizabeth. How are you descended? Thanks, Damon.
|Judy K. Roberts||RE: Duncan Family|
Sorry there is not a head stone for Susan Duncan. I just went thru the Fairland Cemetery listing and did not find her name on it. You may want to verify it thru the City Hall, they are the caretaker for that cemetery. Thank you!
|Jackie London||RE: Rebecca Lawrence|
The burial location does show up under the military headstone picture. If you are creating a memorial page you would list it under the Cemetery where it says [Plot]. If you want to provide the location to the person who has created or manages the page you will go up to the top of the memorial page to your far right (hand) and click on the EDIT tab and type in the information and hit send and it will go directly to that person. Hope this helps you.
|Jackie London||RE: Rebecca Lawrence|
Yes, and I would say in the same lot but we know they were in FV 20 for sure.
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