Were their any Caroline Clinkscales on any of the native-american census rolls?

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our their any caroline clinkscales from due west honepath abbeville south carolina  born in 1839 on any of the united states federal census records for cherokee native americans who put in a application for federal goverment money put a side for native american indians also on the census records caroline clinkscales is listed as either a black or white woman and her parents are listed as john f. clinkscales and eliza ann wrainch norris clinkscales also her parents are listed as eliza ann black or elizabeth black and her father as george clinkscales now my family always said that she was full blooded or part cherokee indian i am not sure but both of the fanily members i listed have native american roots also could  you take a look at her photograph on the website acientfaces.com under the name caroline clinkscales and tell me if you think that she might be part or full blooded  native american.
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Wikitree has many Clinkscale profiles. You might just start reading them. I had many on my watch list for awhile. One was married to a Hunnicutt from South Carolina.
answered by Trudy Roach G2G6 Pilot (170k points)

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