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Edward "Ned" Callahan was half Cherokee.  His mother was a Cherokee Indian.

1782: Washington County, Virginia - Captain Fulkison's Precinct - Personal Property List: Edward Callaham: Horses 13, Cattle 10, 400 acres on Northside of North Fork of Holstein.  Actual settlement made in 1774.  Listed on Washington County, Virginia Surveyors Record 1781-1797.

Came to Kentucky in December 1801 with William Strong and family, Daniel Davidson and 3 sons, Samuel, John, and Robert and their families, also Roger and Robin Cornett, William Strong, Samuel Davidson, and the two Cornett's had each married the daughters of Edward Callahan.

 

The Davidson Family Tree and owner MKDolphin found on Ancestry.com July 2011 has the following information: Edward "Ned" Callahan was half Cherokee. His mother was a Cherokee Indian.

1782: Washington County, Virginia - Captain Fulkison's Precinct - Personal Property List: Edward Callaham: Horses 13, Cattle 10, 400 acres on Northside of North Fork of Holstein. Actual settlement made in 1774. Listed on Washington County, Virginia Surveyors Record 1781-1797.

Came to Kentucky in December 1801 with William Strong and family, Daniel Davidson and 3 sons, Samuel, John, and Robert and their families, also Roger and Robin Cornett, William Strong, Samuel Davidson, and the two Cornett's had each married the daughters of Edward Callahan.

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