Ancestry [kjpeterson4625] Account from Emma Susan Weaver Rodgers: Frances "Fannie" Womack and David Weaver's granddaughter (Larkin Weaver's daughter), Emma Susan Weaver Rodgers said in her Claim for her Native American benefits in 1908 that her grandfather was David Weaver and her grandmother was Fannie Womack. She said "I don't think that my father ever lived with the Indians as a member of the tribe, but the Womacks did. I don't think that Fanny Womack lived with the Indians after she married my grandfather. I think that my grandmother's father was Larkin Womack. My grandmother was 1/2 Cherokee. David Weaver was a White man of French descent." This is where researchers picked up on "Fannie" Womack's father was Larkin Womack.
A female, who is a direct descendant of Fannie (nee Womack) Weaver, participated in mtDNA testing. The results were mtDNA haplogroup H5a -- European origin, not Native American. Fannie's mother was not Native American. Detail Francis Fannie Womack Other information Created by: Beth Walls Walton Record added: Jun 28, 2015 Find A Grave Memorial# 148392586 Web Address Find A Grave: Memorial #148392586
SHE WAS NOT Nancy "Na-Ye-Hi" Elizabeth Broom, who was born ca. 1743 in Overhill, Cherokee Nation East, Georgia. She married Nathan Hicks.
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On 8 May 2017 at 07:03 GMT S Martin wrote: