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    1. Re: [CREEK-SURNAMES] CREEK-SURNAMES Digest, Vol 9, Issue 1
    2. Gina Bayer
    3. Thank you. It's been awhile since I received email from you. Hope you had a wonderful holiday season. Gina Bayer Sent from my Samsung Epic™ 4G Touch -------- Original message -------- From: creek-surnames-request@rootsweb.com Date: 01/08/2014 2:01 AM (GMT-06:00) To: creek-surnames@rootsweb.com Subject: CREEK-SURNAMES Digest, Vol 9, Issue 1 Today's Topics:    1. Re: New Pages (Judy White)    2. Re: New Pages (Judy White) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Message: 1 Date: Tue, 7 Jan 2014 12:41:23 -0800 From: Judy White <jjwalliswhite@gmail.com> Subject: Re: [CREEK-SURNAMES] New Pages To: creek-surnames-L@rootsweb.com Message-ID: <CAJhY7WO9TzQOwZmZjj=xnzYHiWVWjxW87y5c_ZdNPPFVUsHjVg@mail.gmail.com> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 Many new pages have been added to People of One Fire since the last time I posted the information here.  Today I am playing catch up with many of the lists I host. Historic Shawnee Tribes http://www.peopleofonefire.com/historic-shawnee-tribes.html Fort Caroline http://www.peopleofonefire.com/fort-caroline-home-in-georgia.html Fort Caroline image http://www.peopleofonefire.com/fort-caroline-home-in-georgia.html#Infrared Ancient Tongues  http://www.peopleofonefire.com/ancient-tongues.html Who were the Suala Indians http://www.peopleofonefire.com/who-were-the-suala-indians.html Don Green On Suala Indians http://www.peopleofonefire.com/who-were-the-suala-indians.html#Green Who were the Kofitaciki http://www.peopleofonefire.com/who-were-the-kofitachiki.html Thanks Judy -- Native American Genealogy http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/ People of One Fire http://www.peopleofonefire.com ------------------------------ Message: 2 Date: Tue, 7 Jan 2014 12:42:29 -0800 From: Judy White <jjwalliswhite@gmail.com> Subject: Re: [CREEK-SURNAMES] New Pages To: CREEK-SURNAMES@rootsweb.com Message-ID: <CAJhY7WOvtB+Fi7+AP7=XHpK2x8defvLKT1bbS6zfhGpibO+E_Q@mail.gmail.com> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 Here are the newest pages to People of One Fire, be sure to check What's New for all the listings for the past month. Historic Shawnee Tribes http://www.peopleofonefire.com/historic-shawnee-tribes.html Fort Caroline http://www.peopleofonefire.com/fort-caroline-home-in-georgia.html Fort Caroline image http://www.peopleofonefire.com/fort-caroline-home-in-georgia.html#Infrared Ancient Tongues  http://www.peopleofonefire.com/ancient-tongues.html Who were the Suala Indians http://www.peopleofonefire.com/who-were-the-suala-indians.html Don Green On Suala Indians http://www.peopleofonefire.com/who-were-the-suala-indians.html#Green Who were the Kofitaciki http://www.peopleofonefire.com/who-were-the-kofitachiki.html Thanks Judy -- Native American Genealogy http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/ People of One Fire http://www.peopleofonefire.com ------------------------------ To contact the CREEK-SURNAMES list administrator, send an email to CREEK-SURNAMES-admin@rootsweb.com. To post a message to the CREEK-SURNAMES mailing list, send an email to CREEK-SURNAMES@rootsweb.com. __________________________________________________________ To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to CREEK-SURNAMES-request@rootsweb.com with the word "unsubscribe" without the quotes in the subject and the body of the email with no additional text. End of CREEK-SURNAMES Digest, Vol 9, Issue 1 ********************************************

    01/08/2014 12:22:04
    1. Re: [CREEK-SURNAMES] New Pages
    2. Judy White
    3. Here are the newest pages to People of One Fire, be sure to check What's New for all the listings for the past month. Historic Shawnee Tribes http://www.peopleofonefire.com/historic-shawnee-tribes.html Fort Caroline http://www.peopleofonefire.com/fort-caroline-home-in-georgia.html Fort Caroline image http://www.peopleofonefire.com/fort-caroline-home-in-georgia.html#Infrared Ancient Tongues http://www.peopleofonefire.com/ancient-tongues.html Who were the Suala Indians http://www.peopleofonefire.com/who-were-the-suala-indians.html Don Green On Suala Indians http://www.peopleofonefire.com/who-were-the-suala-indians.html#Green Who were the Kofitaciki http://www.peopleofonefire.com/who-were-the-kofitachiki.html Thanks Judy -- Native American Genealogy http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/ People of One Fire http://www.peopleofonefire.com

    01/07/2014 05:42:29
    1. Re: [CREEK-SURNAMES] New Pages
    2. Judy White
    3. Many new pages have been added to People of One Fire since the last time I posted the information here. Today I am playing catch up with many of the lists I host. Historic Shawnee Tribes http://www.peopleofonefire.com/historic-shawnee-tribes.html Fort Caroline http://www.peopleofonefire.com/fort-caroline-home-in-georgia.html Fort Caroline image http://www.peopleofonefire.com/fort-caroline-home-in-georgia.html#Infrared Ancient Tongues http://www.peopleofonefire.com/ancient-tongues.html Who were the Suala Indians http://www.peopleofonefire.com/who-were-the-suala-indians.html Don Green On Suala Indians http://www.peopleofonefire.com/who-were-the-suala-indians.html#Green Who were the Kofitaciki http://www.peopleofonefire.com/who-were-the-kofitachiki.html Thanks Judy -- Native American Genealogy http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/ People of One Fire http://www.peopleofonefire.com

    01/07/2014 05:41:23
    1. Re: [CREEK-SURNAMES] State of Franklin
    2. Judy White
    3. The State of Franklin was debated from 1778-1878 setting aside of the larger part of the Louisiana territory for Indian occupancy, involving the removal and colonization of all the eastern tribes that could be induced to exchange lands and to emigrate. This included the formation of tribal districts with a civil administration in each and the union of the whole in prospect. Eventual statehood was not specifically mentioned, but, by Calhoun at least, was broadly hinted at and would have been the natural out come. Please read more *State of Franklin*<http://www.peopleofonefire.com/state_of_franklin>and let us know what you think . Judy -- Native American Genealogy http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/ People of One Fire http://www.peopleofonefire.com

    07/05/2013 04:20:35
    1. Re: [CREEK-SURNAMES] Indian History of North Carolina
    2. Judy White
    3. This remarkable document was created by the United States Department of the Interior between July of 1914 and January of 1915 in response to the United States Senate's inquiry into the status of a Native American people that now call themselves the Lumbees. It is much, much more than a study of the Lumbee's. It is essentially an encyclopedia of what scholars thought the histories of North Carolina and the Southern Highlands were in 1914. The book comprehensively discusses all colonial archives known at that time, plus goes into detail about the experiences of Native American peoples in North Carolina from the end of the American Revolution to 1914. In includes chapters that address the Lumbees, Cherokees, Cheraws, Tuscaroras, Catawba, Saponi, Hattaras, Shawan (Shawnee) and Norakoke Indians. At the time this book was written, there had been virtually no professional archaeological excavations in the Piedmont and Appalachian regions of the Southeast. The archaeological profession elsewhere was in its infancy. Often self-identified archaeologists were little more than collectors of Native American art and artifacts. Thus, even though the articles about the early years of North Carolina are presented as facts, they primarily rely on the folklore of early European settlers. For example, the book states that the Cherokees have always occupied the mountainous region between northern Georgia and western Virginia, but presents several colonial era maps that show other tribes living in that region instead of the Cherokees. *The Condition and Tribal Rights of the Indians of Robeson and Adjoining Counties of North Carolina* is a treasure trove from the past. It will be useful and interesting to any person interested in the Native American history of the Southeast. http://www.peopleofonefire.com/ We also added this week: *Hidden World Comes to the Light*<http://www.peopleofonefire.com/hidden_world_comes_to_the_light.html>, Arawak, Tupi-Guarani and Quechua populations in the Southeast *How Ethowah, North Carolina Got its Name*<http://www.peopleofonefire.com/how_etowah_nc_got_its_name.html> *A World Gone with the Wind*<http://www.peopleofonefire.com/a_world_gone_with_the_wind.html> *French Description of Track Rock Georgia*<http://www.peopleofonefire.com/french_description_of_track_rock_georgia.html> Thanks Judy -- Native American Genealogy http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/ People of One Fire http://www.peopleofonefire.com

    07/02/2013 01:50:52
    1. Re: [CREEK-SURNAMES] Updates
    2. Judy White
    3. The Latest from Richard, he has been very busy the past couple weeks!! * Always look under News Updates, What's New, and Brain Food just in case I missed any articles.* *Biochar Garden Terrace - One Year Later*<http://www.peopleofonefire.com/biochar_garden_terrace.html> *The Lies Historical Markers Tell*<http://www.peopleofonefire.com/lies_of_historical_markers.html> * Fined for Wearing Eagle Feather<http://www.peopleofonefire.com/fined_for_wearing_eagle_feather.html> * * **16th & 17th century European Colonization in the Georgia Mountains*<http://www.peopleofonefire.com/european_colonization_of_the_georgia_mountains.html> *Did Cherokee Religion Originate Middle East*<http://www.peopleofonefire.com/did_cherokee_religion_originate_middle_east.html> *Jewish and Native American DNA*<http://www.peopleofonefire.com/jewish_and_native_american_dna.html>~ Research Project Thanks Judy -- Native American Genealogy http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/ People of One Fire http://www.peopleofonefire.com

    06/17/2013 05:13:43
    1. Re: [CREEK-SURNAMES] New Reading Material
    2. Judy White
    3. Each week the members of People of One Fire and Richard Thornton provide us with new history into our Native American Heritage. We welcome any of you to become members or submit articles for submission to the pages, you can do this through the Contact Us<http://www.peopleofonefire.com/contact_us.htm>link on the site. New information is provided each week or more often by Richard and other writers you can view some of the pages here: *Indian History - Missing in Action*<http://www.peopleofonefire.com/book/missing_in_action.htm>, Kevin Thompson *Aboriginal Structures in Georgia<http://www.peopleofonefire.com/aboriginal_structures_in_georgia.htm> *, short Smithsonian Report, 1878 *Chickasaw Nation, A Short sketch of a Noble People<http://www.peopleofonefire.com/chickasaw/index.htm> *, 1919 *Mesoamerican Origin of the Word, Ethowa<http://www.peopleofonefire.com/mesoamerican_origin_etowah.html> *, Richard Thornton *Tamaulipas, Portal between Two Worlds<http://www.peopleofonefire.com/tamaulipas_portal_between_two_worlds.html> *, Richard Thornton Thanks Judy -- People of One Fire http://www.peopleofonefire.com

    05/09/2013 05:20:21
    1. Re: [CREEK-SURNAMES] New Addigions
    2. Judy White
    3. People of One Fire has been updated, Richard has gone out of his way to find articles of interest to the Creek Tribes *Shenandoah Valley Archaeological Sites*<http://www.peopleofonefire.com/shenandoah_valley_archaeological_sites.htm> *Link between Creek Mounds to Maya Math*<http://www.peopleofonefire.com/link_between_creek_mounds_to_maya_math.htm> *When Humans First came to Eastern North America*<http://www.peopleofonefire.com/humans_in_eastern_north_america.htm> People are constantly asking to add email addresses to our distribution list. I have no way of knowing who really wants the newsletters. If you want to receive our newsletters, please go to http://www.peopleofonefire.com/contact_us.htm and provide your information and put subscribe in the comment section, the newsletter will come directly to you. Thanks Judy -- Native American Genealogy http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/ People of One Fire http://www.peopleofonefire.com

    04/10/2013 05:50:04
    1. Re: [CREEK-SURNAMES] CREEK-SURNAMES Digest, Vol 7, Issue 5
    2. Gina Bayer
    3. I missed it due to work. I used to talk to Richard quite frequently years back before i moved to the south from California. Gina Sent from my Samsung Epic™ 4G Touchcreek-surnames-request@rootsweb.com wrote: Today's Topics:    1. Re: New Creek Info (Judy White) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Message: 1 Date: Fri, 21 Dec 2012 09:46:03 -0800 From: Judy White <jjwalliswhite@gmail.com> Subject: Re: [CREEK-SURNAMES] New Creek Info To: CREEK-SURNAMES@rootsweb.com Message-ID: <CAJhY7WOiU_tMZkGbcqvwgY_V1yu=8S01_PezgvdaVqjg=BWu=Q@mail.gmail.com> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 For those of you who remember Richard Thornton, he will be on America Unearthed tonight.  Time and listings are below. This investigation is showing the link between the South Eastern tribes and the Mayan.  I have listed below several of his writings on this subject.  I can't remember but I believe Gary Daniels is also on the program.  I am sure someone will tell me if I am wrong America Unearthed, tonight December 21st at 7 pm Pacific time H2 Dish channel 121 Direct Channel 271 or 1271 Repeated on December 23rd at 5 pm Pacific Time on H@, same channels For those without satellite can view this on www.hulu.com with a 1 week free trial.  I don't have them times for the program there. Additional Information on Track Rock Gap Georgia, that is Union County http://www.peopleofonefire.com/track_rock_archaeological_zone.htm http://www.peopleofonefire.com/history_channels_research_georgia_mexico.htm http://www.peopleofonefire.com/sneak_preview.htm http://www.peopleofonefire.com/native_american_scholars_on_warpath.htm http://www.peopleofonefire.com/forest_service_employees_vandalize_heritage_site.htm Thanks Judy -- Native American Genealogy http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/ People of One Fire http://www.peopleofonefire.com ------------------------------ To contact the CREEK-SURNAMES list administrator, send an email to CREEK-SURNAMES-admin@rootsweb.com. To post a message to the CREEK-SURNAMES mailing list, send an email to CREEK-SURNAMES@rootsweb.com. __________________________________________________________ To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to CREEK-SURNAMES-request@rootsweb.com with the word "unsubscribe" without the quotes in the subject and the body of the email with no additional text. End of CREEK-SURNAMES Digest, Vol 7, Issue 5 ********************************************

    12/23/2012 03:40:31
    1. Re: [CREEK-SURNAMES] CREEK-SURNAMES Digest, Vol 7, Issue 5
    2. Judy White
    3. American Unearthed Repeated on December 23rd at 5 pm Pacific Time on H2, same channels Dish channel 121 Direct Channel 271 or 1271 It will also be repeated on the 27 or 29. If you get a chance read the Joint Statement by US Forest Service Muscogee-Creek Nation and Eastern Band of Cherokee available on http://www.peopleofonefire.com Thanks Judy -- Native American Genealogy http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/ AccessGenealogy http://www.accessgenealogy.com/

    12/23/2012 02:17:17
    1. Re: [CREEK-SURNAMES] New Creek Info
    2. Judy White
    3. For those of you who remember Richard Thornton, he will be on America Unearthed tonight. Time and listings are below. This investigation is showing the link between the South Eastern tribes and the Mayan. I have listed below several of his writings on this subject. I can't remember but I believe Gary Daniels is also on the program. I am sure someone will tell me if I am wrong America Unearthed, tonight December 21st at 7 pm Pacific time H2 Dish channel 121 Direct Channel 271 or 1271 Repeated on December 23rd at 5 pm Pacific Time on H@, same channels For those without satellite can view this on www.hulu.com with a 1 week free trial. I don't have them times for the program there. Additional Information on Track Rock Gap Georgia, that is Union County http://www.peopleofonefire.com/track_rock_archaeological_zone.htm http://www.peopleofonefire.com/history_channels_research_georgia_mexico.htm http://www.peopleofonefire.com/sneak_preview.htm http://www.peopleofonefire.com/native_american_scholars_on_warpath.htm http://www.peopleofonefire.com/forest_service_employees_vandalize_heritage_site.htm Thanks Judy -- Native American Genealogy http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/ People of One Fire http://www.peopleofonefire.com

    12/21/2012 02:46:03
    1. Re: [CREEK-SURNAMES] CREEK-SURNAMES
    2. CJ
    3. Gina, when you got yourself and your kids registered, what info did you give them to go on? Did you have names/birthplaces, etc, or more/less than that? Thanks for your help! :) Carolinecreek-surnames-request@rootsweb.com wrote: Date: Wed, 22 Aug 2012 09:08:07 -0400 If you can't get answers here you can always call the Muscogee Creek nation citizenship board in Okmulgee, OK. They are paid to help you find your ancesters and help you get registered. In 2005 I got myself and all of my kids registered. It wasn't hard at all, it just took awhile before they got to my paperwork. Gina B

    08/23/2012 03:36:13
    1. Re: [CREEK-SURNAMES] CREEK-SURNAMES Digest, Vol 7, Issue 2
    2. Gina Bayer
    3. If you can't get answers here you can always call the Muscogee Creek nation citizenship board in Okmulgee, OK. They are paid to help you find your ancesters and help you get registered. In 2005 I got myself and all of my kids registered. It wasn't hard at all, it just took awhile before they got to my paperwork. Gina B -- Sent from my Palm Pixi On Aug 22, 2012 3:05 AM, creek-surnames-request@rootsweb.com &lt;creek-surnames-request@rootsweb.com&gt; wrote: Today's Topics: 1. Looking for great grandma (Scott and Christina Nabors) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Message: 1 Date: Tue, 21 Aug 2012 13:32:45 -0700 From: Scott and Christina Nabors &lt;thenaborsfamily@gmail.com&gt; Subject: [CREEK-SURNAMES] Looking for great grandma To: CREEK-SURNAMES@rootsweb.com Message-ID: &lt;CA+neo=+g9nJ+QK5cKbuAhQdYsYjjR-rB5-qbfv9S9Z5F_3EaEQ@mail.gmail.com&gt; Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 Her name was Thelma Claborne that was her fathers last name we don't know her mothers last name she died when she was very young. She was Creek Indian. We are trying to find our roots. ------------------------------ To contact the CREEK-SURNAMES list administrator, send an email to CREEK-SURNAMES-admin@rootsweb.com. To post a message to the CREEK-SURNAMES mailing list, send an email to CREEK-SURNAMES@rootsweb.com. __________________________________________________________ To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to CREEK-SURNAMES-request@rootsweb.com with the word "unsubscribe" without the quotes in the subject and the body of the email with no additional text. End of CREEK-SURNAMES Digest, Vol 7, Issue 2 ********************************************

    08/22/2012 03:08:07
    1. [CREEK-SURNAMES] Looking for great grandma
    2. Scott and Christina Nabors
    3. Her name was Thelma Claborne that was her fathers last name we don't know her mothers last name she died when she was very young. She was Creek Indian. We are trying to find our roots.

    08/21/2012 07:32:45
    1. [CREEK-SURNAMES] "?" m. Thomas USRY 1822
    2. Sehoy Wind
    3. Does anyone have information on the above people?

    05/20/2012 07:45:03
    1. [CREEK-SURNAMES] Elmer Lee Gilcrease
    2. Hendricks, Janet J
    3. Hi, I am trying to find ANY official paperwork that states that Elmer Lee Gilcrease is the father to Patricia Ann Gilcrease. We are trying yet again to get our citizenship. All I have is Elmer L. Gilcrease or Elmer Gilcrease. Also, if you have paperwork that states Lizzie Gilcrease as his mother, not Mary Elizabeth. Lizzie is on the Dawes rolls. Any help will be much appreciated. Thanks! Janet

    09/06/2011 10:22:46
    1. Re: [CREEK-SURNAMES] Red Eagle and the Wars with the Creek Indians
    2. Judy White
    3. Red Eagle and the Wars with the Creek Indians Many people have been asking for additional information on Red Eagle (William Weatherford) I was able to find this book among my collection. It does not provide a lot of personal information, but does discuss his life. The author has made frequent acknowledgments, in his text, of his obligations to the writers from whose works he has drawn information upon various subjects. By way of further acknowledgment, and for the information of readers who may be tempted to enlarge their reading in the interesting history of the South-west. Red Eagle’s People, His birth and boyhood, Battle of Burnt Corn, Massacre at Fort Mims to name a few chapters. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/creek/redeagle/ Please enjoy and let us know what you thought about the book, and feel free to pass the information on to friends and other lists. Thanks Judy -- Native American Genealogy http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/ AccessGenealogy http://www.accessgenealogy.com/

    01/05/2011 07:33:58
    1. [CREEK-SURNAMES] REL Names on Pages
    2. Judy White
    3. I have been updating several pages and wanted to give you a preview of what can be found on a new set of pages, the number after the page is the amount of names on that page. Five Civilized Tribes in Oklahoma http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/oklahoma/tribes/ If you are researching any of the names listed here, you might get lucky and find a ancestor. Many of the names listed have additional names listed on the same page. There are over 1500 names listed on 138 pages. Besides the names, there is a large amount of information on the rules, regulations, acts and rolls they used to determine if a person was eligible. A. A. Spring, Choctaw Abraham H. Nail, Choctaw W. J. Thompson Agnes O. Mallory, Choctaw Aleck Brown, Chickasaw Amanda Coyle, Choctaw Anderson F. Cowling, Choctaw by Blood Annie Ensharky, Chickasaw Minor Annie McGee, Chickasaw Bumgarner, Lou, Choctaw Buster Orphan, Chickasaw Minor McPheteridge, Sledge, Gordon, Tapp, Choctaws Cherokee by Blood and Newborn, July 1, 1902 7 cases Choctaw and Chickasaw Citizens 7 Cases Choctaw Freedmen Newborn 7 Cases Clemon Clay and Mary Stinnett, Chickasaw Cases, Askew, Hill and Bennett, Choctaw Creek by Blood 3 Cases D. B. Vernon, Choctaw David H. Folsom, Choctaw and Chickasaw Daniel Sledge, Choctaw Edward J. Horne, Choctaw Elizabeth Hignight, Choctaw Emily J. Zumwalt, et al, Choctaw Evans Hill, Chickasaw Seminole Nation 8 Cases Creeks by Blood 62 Freedmen 2 Cherokee by Blood 120 Freedmen Chickasaw by Blood 8 Freedman 1 Choctaw by Blood 22 Mississippi Choctaw by Blood 5 Intermarried 1 Choctaw Freedmen 281 F.K. West, Choctaw Frances E. Husbands, Choctaw Frank H. Love, Choctaw Frank P. Morgan, Intermarried Choctaw Citizen Franklin M. Harton, Choctaw G. J. Humphrey, Choctaw Henry Brown, Chickasaw J. W. Sparks, Choctaw-Chickasaw James A. Cummins, Choctaw James C. Johnson and James J. Bennight, Choctaw James M. Meeks, Choctaw John and Anderson McCarty, Choctaw John Mitchell, Choctaw John Pickets, Choctaw John R. Kirk, Choctaw John T. Williams, Choctaw Joseph W. Gamlin, Choctaw Josephine Laflore Long, Choctaw Minor John P. Holder, Chickasaw Kate Gamel, Choctaw Lewis Hill, Choctaw List of Persons Who claim to be Entitled to Enrollment 741 Lizzie Henry, Choctaw M. W. McCarley, Chickasaw Mary A. Sanders, Choctaw Mary Huffman, Choctaw Mississippi Choctaw, July 1, 1902 3 Moore, Fannie, Chickasaw Nation Joseph C. Moore, Chickasaw Nancy J. Cooper, Choctaw Napoleon B. Brashears, Choctaw Nicey and Sidney Arpealer, Chickasaw Minors Oscar Casey, Chickasaw Peggy Coker, Choctaw R. Hager and S. Loman, Choctaw Robert Goins, Choctaw Sallie Colbert, Chickasaw Minor Sallie A. Vaughn and Cora M. Stotts, Mississippi Choctaw Sallie Berryman, Choctaw Sarah A. Kelton, Choctaw Sarah Palmer, Chickasaw Services of Ballinger and Lee 75 Names Silas Sharp, Mississippi Choctaw Surname Abbott to Austin Surname Bacon to Byars Surname Camp to Cummins Surname Da-nu-wa to Dunford Surname Edwards to Frenchman Surname Gamblin to Greenleaf Surname Hall to Hyden Surname Isaac to Johnson Surname Kelly to Love Surname Maharda to Mullie Surname Nickey to Owens Surname Paddy to Polk Surname Raiford to Russell Surname Sanders to Swimmer Surname Tables to Tustunuggee Surname Unknown to Vaughn Surname Wagoner to Young T. D. Arnold, Chickasaw Terry Thompson Stubblefield, M.C.R. Vaughn - Duncan Consolidated Cases, M. C. R Victoria Boyd, Choctaw-Chickasaw Virginia Savage, Chickasaw W. A. Clark, Choctaw W. R. Sessums, Choctaw William T. Stephens, Choctaw Willie G. Patterson and Maggie Lee Glance, Choctaw Wm. E. Moore, Choctaw Z. T. Bottoms Et Al., Choctaw Thanks and enjoy!! Judy -- Native American Genealogy http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/ AccessGenealogy http://www.accessgenealogy.com/

    12/04/2010 07:36:23
    1. Re: [CREEK-SURNAMES] New Research Pages
    2. Judy White
    3. AccessGenealogy has been working hard to bring our readers new information. I have included some additional titles that are not Native American in nature, but Trails, Forts amd War do provide locations that might be of assistance to readers. Drennen Roll Index http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/drennensearch.php This is the first census of the new arrivals of 1839 and the first enumeration of Indians after the Trail of Tears. The roll was prepared by John Drennen and contains the payee's name, Cherokee district and family group. Native American Treaty Signers http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/searchsigners.php This unique database comprises a list of all signers of each specific treaty, whether the signer be white or Native American. To search for a white ancestor, place their name in the Surname and given (first) name below. To search for a Native American ancestor try the Indian and Other searches, each one separately. Hester Roll Index, 1884 http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/hester/ This roll lists 2,956 persons residing in North Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, Virginia, Illinois, Kansas, Colorado, Kentucky, New Jersey, and California. Those living west of the Mississippi and listed by Mr. Hester were descendants of members of the Eastern Band and had no affiliation with the Cherokee Nation in the west. Pamunkey Indians of Virginia http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/virginia/pamunkey/index.htm One of the most prominent among the confederacies of Indian tribes belonging to the Algonquian stock, in the history of the settlement of our country, was the Powhatan confederacy of tidewater Virginia and Maryland. The prominence of this confederacy in our early history is partly due to the fact that Capt. John Smith was writer as well as explorer, and left permanent records of the primitive people whose domain he invaded; but these and other records indicate that Powhatan was a chief of exceptional valor and judgment. The Narragansett Indians, 1768 http://www.accessgenealogy.com/rhodeisland/historical/narragansett_indians_1768.htm After a brief mission among the Delaware Indians, he was successively pastor at North Hampton, N. H., and at East Windsor, Conn. The book is privately printed, and therefore inaccessible to most readers. It has accordingly been thought proper to print here an ex-tract relating to the condition of the Narragansett Indians in 1768, which it is believed will be regarded as of considerable interest. Choctaw Mixed Bloods and the Advent of Removal http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/choctaw_mixed_bloods.htm Much of what transpired between the Choctaw nation and the United States government from 1795 until Choctaw Removal in 1830 was heavily affected by this group of white countryman and their Choctaw speaking children. The Chickasaw, Cherokee, and Creek experience was similar. There is also plentiful anecdotal evidence from the nineteenth century historians that countrymen and mixed bloods were commonplace in Indian tribes of Mississippi Territory. Choctaw Register of Col. William Ward http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/choctaw/wardregister/ Colonel William Ward was appointed United States agent to register Choctaw Indians according to Article 14 of the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek, September 1830. The treaty was ratified February 24, 1831 and the six month time limit for those wishing to remain ended August 24, 1831. The registration procedure resulted in numerous "contingent claims" by members of the Choctaw Nation. Ward was not the best record keeper and in many instances even refused to register those wishing to register. History of Washington, Idaho and Montana http://www.accessgenealogy.com/history_washington_idaho_montana.htm Complete Bancroft Book of the three states. The book provides much insite into many of the Indian Tribes of the west. Historic and Quaint Forts of North America http://www.accessgenealogy.com/forts/historicforts/ An account of the most famous fortifications of North America is, in realty, a cross section of the military history of the continent; and whatever ingenuity there may be in this method of presenting the conspicuous deeds of valor of the American people will. Frontier and Colonial Forts of the United States http://www.accessgenealogy.com/forts/ List of colonial forts, frontier forts, trading posts, named camps, redoubts, reservations, general hospitals, national cemeteries, etc., established or erected in the United States from its earliest settlement to 1902. Old Marblehead Sea Captains and the Ships in Which they Sailed http://www.accessgenealogy.com/massachusetts/marblehead/index.htm This volume is intended to be a fairly accurate list of the Old Sea Captains of Marblehead, and the vessels in which they sailed, going to and from foreign ports. The list of the names of the men is very nearly complete, but the list of the vessels is not as satisfactory, it being at this late date practically impossible to obtain complete information. Many pictures are included. Handbook for War http://www.accessgenealogy.com/military/war/ Describing the Military Terms in use in the United States Service, and giving a list of the Forts and Ships belonging to the United States, together with a particular description of the more important ones. -- Native American Genealogy http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/ AccessGenealogy http://www.accessgenealogy.com/

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    1. Re: [CREEK-SURNAMES] CREEK-SURNAMES Digest, Vol 4, Issue 9
    2. thank you your time in doing all of this hard work. Gina Bayer Watch your thoughts; they become words. Watch your words; they become actions. Watch your actions; they become habits. Watch your habits; they become character. Watch your character; it becomes your destiny. In a message dated 8/7/2009 1:04:14 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time, creek-surnames-request@rootsweb.com writes: Today's Topics: 1. Re: New Site Design (Judy White) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Message: 1 Date: Thu, 6 Aug 2009 08:41:18 -0700 From: Judy White <jjwalliswhite@gmail.com> Subject: Re: [CREEK-SURNAMES] New Site Design To: CREEK-SURNAMES@rootsweb.com Message-ID: <75ba8aa60908060841n6695eee8jcad02644762c3922@mail.gmail.com> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 We've been busy over the past month at Access Genealogy! New site design. The most visible changes is the new site design implemented on the 1st of August. The long and ardorous process of changing over 54,000 html pages, and uploading them to the server is coming close to an end. On top of that, an additional 43,000 database pages got a face lift. Quite a few of the pages still have some errant coding attached to them, and you may see some colors out of place... we're working in getting the face lift complete. Our main emphasis is making the design change was to get a better flow from the home page of the site, and the Native American home page, to the most frequented content. We also added a site search utilizing Google's content search. This search not only searches AccessGenealogy but also our other genealogy and history sites, such as NANations.com. What it does not search are our databases. As such, you will still need to search those databases separately. I am working on an overall search which will provide quicker access to each database, but it is a complicated process for a free site to accomplish. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/ http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/ New DNA Section Genetic genealogy has become yet one more tool in researching our roots. For the Native American researcher it helps focus your research, and if used properly, can resolve questions when there is no paper trail to assist you. We've created an article to help introduce the DNA process to Native American researchers. It explains more in depth what it can and cannot do. http://dna.accessgenealogy.com/ http://dna.accessgenealogy.com/dna_native_american.htm Free 1930 Census Images Finally, we'd like to announce the opening of the complete 1930 census images and index by Footnote to Access Genealogy visitors. The only "payment" required to access these databases is your email address. You will not need to sign up for a free trial, nor will you have to provide your credit card information. This is only good for the month of August, so times' a wastin'... http://www.accessgenealogy.com/census/free_1930.htm Judy and Dennis -- Native American Genealogy http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/ AccessGenealogy http://www.accessgenealogy.com/ ------------------------------ To contact the CREEK-SURNAMES list administrator, send an email to CREEK-SURNAMES-admin@rootsweb.com. To post a message to the CREEK-SURNAMES mailing list, send an email to CREEK-SURNAMES@rootsweb.com. __________________________________________________________ To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to CREEK-SURNAMES-request@rootsweb.com with the word "unsubscribe" without the quotes in the subject and the body of the email with no additional text. End of CREEK-SURNAMES Digest, Vol 4, Issue 9 ********************************************

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