Help finding Cherokee ancestery

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My Great Grandmother is Anna Marchel born 1890s (kentucky?) Married to Jesse B Clark born 1880s. (Kentucky)

I was told that Anna is half Cherokee but cannot find any information on her or her parents.

Any information would be great.

 

Thank you
in The Tree House by Tom Odell G2G Crew (310 points)

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You might want to have your DNA Checked first. I was also told my 3rd great-grandfather's father was a Cherokee Chief that was disowned by the tribe.So I looked for years, with no luck. Then I had my DNA done. Turns out I have 0% Native American blood. I'm just saying it's easier to have your DNA done first. Then you might know what direction to take.
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