Native Americans: Cherokee

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Unto These Hills
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Chief Cunne Shote
Chief Cunne Shote

Chief Ostenaco
Chief Ostenaco

Three American Cherokee Chiefs, 1762
Three American Cherokee Chiefs, 1762


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On 21 Feb 2018 at 06:09 GMT Diane Stark wrote:

I am not sure where to go or what to search since my native American ancestors were calling themselves 'white' before the first rolls were taken. I know very few of the women's names but I am fairly certain i hae the timelines correct on both my father and mother's side - what kind of coincidence can it be that both go back to the same Cherokee woman who was married to the Scots trader, Frederick Haig. Their daughter, Mary, married Scots trader and later member of the board of the Georgia Colony, Thomas Eyres (Ayers, Ayres). It is through their son, Ensign Thomas Ayres, Oglethorpe's representative to the Indians (his father returned to the British Isles taking young Thomas with him, educated him and introduced him to Oglethorpe) - that is just one line and the other is more complicated.

On 9 Dec 2014 at 10:11 GMT Paula J wrote:


December 9, 2014

On 16 Nov 2014 at 04:26 GMT Terry Wright wrote:

Another great resource page Paula it looks great :)