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Lisa Hale (#46633361)
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Bio Photo Cowgirl Genealogist from Western Texas. Some of the names I am researching include:

I am presently trying to prove my Cherokee roots through the following lines: BARBER, FLOURNOY, NOLEN, JAMES, ALBRITTON, McDONALD. These people started out in South Carolina, came into Georgia, then into Alabama, Louisiana, thence to Texas.

I have other American Indian lineage that I am also attempting to document. The LAWSON and COWDEN lines have family tradition of Cherokee (and Blackfoot); the WEBB line has tradition of Cherokee. There must be others, as I am 1/20 American Indian according to DNA testing.
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Tracy Germaine Crouch Keshtkar
Hi Cousin!
I just joined Find A Grave! Hope you're well!
Added by Tracy Germaine Crouch Kes... on Jan 11, 2017 9:11 AM
Hale Family
I'm not sure if we are related but I would like to compare and see if we find a connection.
Added by Shelba on Sep 04, 2016 10:10 AM
Delma Ingram
Sorry but I have no information for you
Added by Delma Ingram on Jun 29, 2016 7:25 AM
RE: C. Jean Rakes
Done. Thanks.
Added by josephus14 on May 31, 2016 7:33 PM
Constance Redding Maxey
I saw on Find a Grace that you left a note for Grandpa Chambliss buried in the Chambliss Cemetery. I am researching Chambliss/less and Redding family. Do you know anything about Caroline "Carrie" Frances Chambless or Elizabeth Frances Chambless? Thanks Connie Redding Maxey
Added by Constance Redding Maxey on May 31, 2016 2:03 PM
C. Jean Rakes
Would be glad to transfer this memorial to you if you would like it. Just let me know. Thanks.
Added by josephus14 on May 27, 2016 4:15 PM
Ramey Family
Hi,, I was wondering Nathaniel Ramey had a brother named Henry do you have any information as to where he and his wife are buried.. Henry Ramey is my great Grandmother Gertrude (Ramey) Whitt"s father. Been trying to find their gravesite information on here. I know Gertrude is Buried in Jenny's Creek )Paintsville ky area. Thanks
Added by Lynn on Apr 27, 2016 6:33 PM
RE: Raleigh D Lee 86664364 and Iva Smith Lee 86664449
I transferred William Parum to you. I would so much rather these memorials be with family members.
Added by dglow on Apr 26, 2016 4:02 PM
RE: William Dewayne Parum 84693850
Thank you so much for the information.
Added by dglow on Apr 25, 2016 3:56 PM
Greg N Smith
RE: Wyatt/Wiatt geneology
Hi Lisa
I have a copy of the 2nd edition 2010.
I have contacted Alex Wiatt but he had no additional info to help with my line. He does not know about the South Carolina Wyatts.... It is there that KY records suggest George Wyatt and Delilah Nation came from before 1804 to marry in Warren Co Ky. He and a couple others have taken Y DNA tests which could perhaps help in showing close kinship should we find a KY Wyatt to test... And he were to agree. I will be in the Shenandoah valley later this year with my wife doing research on her line... Perhaps I can meet him as he isn't far from where we will be.
Added by Greg N Smith on Apr 24, 2016 8:41 AM
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