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I am a descendent of Sarah Troxell wife of Thomas Bell. There has been many stories as to the existence of Sarah's mother Pawalin "Cornblossom". Through family stories and what I have read I think she may have been quite alive. Many have Sarah married Belvins, but the only thing I can find is her sister Catherine marrying a Belvins. Do you have any thoughts on this.

Thank you Teresa Langford USAF VETERAN

posted by Teresa Langford
I would also like join your project. My name is Linda Barnett of Barnett-3517
posted by [Living Barnett]
Entered comment on another site but found it can be deleted. Comment- The Iroquois Nation and its movement from New York to Wisconsin and Minnesota in the 1700's(primarily due to British rule) My grandfather was about 50% Native American and my mother , who passed away in 1991, told me that they of the Onieda Tribe , which was a past of the Iroquois Nation. that's all I know for now but will look for more data. Illinois
I am interested in joining your project. I am in poor health and sometimes do not get on the PC for a couple of days. I am a cousin of Donna Stone through the John P Melton family of Van Buren County, Ark Although we have never met, early DNA results created a match and I think Donna is a member of the Tacket family.I met her Grandmother once when she was living in Clinton. She came to my Grandma Mae Griffith's 95th birthday in Springdale, Ark.
posted by Cecil Melton Jr
I am Lentz-509, born in Fort Sill, OK, grandparents met at Greencorn stomp dance, family lived in what became Delaware County, OK. My grandmother raised me in the Cherokee culture, but wanted to keep it secret from my all-white mother, and the U.S. government. Check the photo of my grandmother, Maude May Marshall Lentz, if you know what school it was. I would welcome all cousins to help me. When I qualify, I would like to join your project. Also have lines through grandfather, Vernon Cullers Lentz. I am still learning.
posted by Penelope (Lentz) Wolfe
My grandfather(William clay Willmon was half Cherokee Indian. Him & my grandmother were raised on Sand Mountain. A relative named bill Partain came to see us when he got a pass to get off the Oklahoma reservation. the last I saw of him was the early 50's. Does anyone have a list of the Cherokee's. was probably on the trail of tears. They walked from Sand Mountain,to the Oklahoma reservation, which was 900 miles
posted by [Living Morehead]
my mother and grandmother said William Clay Willmon was half Cherokee Indian. my grandmother Serena and willmon clay were both raised on Sand Mountain, Ala. which was Cherokee territory at the time. My grandmother married William Clay willmon, which made him my grandpa. William Clay had a relative called Bill Partain and he came to visit us when he got a pass off the reservation in Oklahoma. the last time he visited was in the early 1950's. The reason we can't find to much heritage is because a lot of our ancesters were on the trail of tears. Bill Partain was Cherokee Indian. No one has information on this except what my mother and grandmother told me. I would love to know more, but don't know where to find it.
posted by [Living Morehead]

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