Old Cherokee families notes of Dr. Emmet Starr by Emmet Starr

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Published by Baker Pub. Co. in Oklahoma City (P.O. Box 20951, Oklahoma City 73156) .

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Edition Notes

Vol. 3 published in 1987.

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Statementedited and annotated by Jack D. Baker & David Keith Hampton.
ContributionsBaker, Jack D., Hampton, David Keith.
LC ClassificationsE99.C5 S82 1987
The Physical Object
Paginationv. <1-3 > ;
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Open LibraryOL2414172M
LC Control Number87072512

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Old Cherokee Families: Old Families And Their Genealogy: Old Cherokee families book J.J. Hill, compiler: Publication: Norman, Oklahoma: University Of Oklahoma Foundation, Note: This book is a reprint of some chapters from Emmet Starr's book entitled History of the Cherokee Indians and Their Legends and Folklore, Oklahoma City: ‎(HBLL call # E 99 Abbreviation: Old Cherokee Families: Old Families And Their Gene.

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Cherokee still living in the area of the old Cherokee, east was taken the same year - called the Chapman Roll.","Rolls" Retail $ --" BAKER ROLL ","Cherokee Roots Publication - BobFile Size: 72KB. Family stories claim that Conrad Bever (b. ) (Beaver), a Cherokee Indian, married Mariah Nichols (b.

They had a son Perry Bever, b. Perry married Cynthia Ann Hatch. Reviewer: Coilla - favorite favorite favorite - J Subject: Cherokee Indians I found the book to be a decent survey of the Cherokee Indian. I guess it takes a librarian to click on this link, This book has an editable web page on Open Library, just above :   The following list contains early family names in the old Cherokee Nation, where the nation of origin is known.

There are hundreds of additional family names represented on the first Cherokee Roll that was a result of the Treaty of New Echota in CHEROKEE FAMILY RESEARCH CENTER.

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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Old Cherokee families by Emmet Starr,University of Oklahoma Foundation edition, in English - 2d : Old Cherokee Families: Grant Volume 3 of Old Cherokee Families: Notes of Dr.

Emmet Starr, David Keith Hampton: Authors: Emmet Starr, Jack D. Baker: Editor: David Keith Hampton: Publisher: Baker Publishing Company, Original from: the University of Wisconsin - Madison: Digitized: Subjects: Cherokee Indians Indians of North.

This reprint of a book is accepted by many as one of the few basic resources available for serious Old Cherokee families book of Cherokee genealogy, history, legal documents, and biographical information on leaders and old families.

Forty portraits of prominent Cherokees and other old photos of that time period are included. Get this from a library. Old Cherokee families: notes of Dr.

Emmet Starr. [Emmet Starr; Jack D Baker; David Keith Hampton] -- "[Dr. Emmet Starr's] work, "History of the Cherokee Indians and their legends and folklore"devotes over pages to Cherokee genealogy. Pages of that book are entitled "Old families. Below is a list of Cherokee family names listed in a newspaper article.

According to the article, the names are unusual, but in my opinion, that means they are unusual for whites, but not for Cherokees. I believe most who can prove they descend from the historical Cherokee Nation will find some, if not many, of these names in their.

George was born Abt History and Genealogy of the Cherokee India ns by Dr. Emmet Starr, page Old Cherokee Families, Notes of Dr. Emm et Starr, Vol 3, Grant, by Baker and Hampton, page 4. Old Cherokee Familie s, Notes of Dr. Emmet Starr, Letter Books A-F, by Baker and Hampton, V ol 1, pagenote C   Old Cherokee families notes of Dr.

Emmet Starr by Emmet Starr. Published by Baker Pub. in Oklahoma City (P.O. BoxOklahoma City ). Written in English. InDonald Yates wrote about the pioneer family in his book OLD WORLD ROOTS OF THE CHEROKEE (pp.

): Adkins is a family heavily intermarried with the pioneer Coopers, Blevinses and Burkes from Wayne County, Kentucky. Grouped Work ID: cf5-c1ea-ffdb-dad5e: Grouping Title: old cherokee families old families and their genealogy emmet starr Grouping Author. This excellent book documents many of the Cherokee families using information from the families.

This book often includes photos which were taken in the late s. Here’s what Duvall’s book had to say: “It is said by family members that their ancestor, Corntassel, and his first wife were detained for a time in a stockade during the Trail.

CHEROKEE AMERICA By Margaret Verble. It’sand Check Singer is a Cherokee Nation matriarch with five sons, the wife to a dying husband and the manager of her family.

The Hicks/Halfbreed family history is recorded on page of the Dr. Emmet Starr’s History of the Cherokee Indians, published by the Warden Company in in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Catherine (Hicks) Miller, b, d, (Wild Potato Clan), daughter of Charles Hicks and Lydia (Halfbreed) Hicks, married (Old) Andrew Miller (#2) (b   He gives a good history in the front of his book, and then the genealogy of the old families.

The Eastern Cherokee Claims can be used to connect up with the History of the Cherokee Indians. The claim show on page 28 of the newsletter corresponds with page in Dr. Starrs book, which allowed me to trace my line back to John Ridge A Cherokee Interpreter Son of Major Ridge.

Originally published inHistory of the Cherokee Indians, a reference originally created “for the purpose of perpetuating some of the facts relative to the Cherokee tribe, that might otherwise be lost,” in the words of author Emmet result is a straightforward history of the Cherokee tribe with especial attention upon the.

I'm researching the Cherokee lineage of the Hicks family and any associated Cherokee lines. Much of my initial information came from Dr Starr's "History of the Cherokee Indians" (with copious corrections), and from fellow researchers that have been kind enough to share their research efforts.

My complete database has o linked individuals. Old Cherokee families: notes of Dr. Emmet Starr, edited and annotated by Jack D. Baker & David Keith Hampton Publication. Oklahoma City P.O. BoxOklahoma CityBaker Pub. Co., Note Vol. 3 published in Contents v.

Letter books A-F -- v. Letter books G-L. Index to letter books -- v. Grant Dimensions 26 cm. Extent. Old Cherokee families: notes of Dr. Emmet Starr / edited and annotated by Jack D. Baker & David Keith Hampton.

v The Cherokee people began migrating west to Indian Territory as early as These early migrations were voluntary. These early migrant Cherokee were called Old Settlers.

The Old Settlers were any Cherokee living in Indian Territory prior to the forced migration known as the Trail of Tears, which took place in   Based on recommendations in their genealogy section I purchased a book from their online book store, “History of the Cherokee Indians” by Emmet Starr.

Emmet Starr’s book has a section titled, Old Families and Their Genealogy. In that section I found many Crittendens listed as descendants of the Downing family. John was the Indian chief of his tribe, recorded in Emmet Starr's book, Old Cherokee Families.

Tsani Lowery was the son of GEORGE LOWREY and NANNIE [cherokee ᎾᏅᏰᎯ Nanyehi] WATTS. Tsani aka John Lowery was born in Tennessee, and died Children: Elizabeth Benge, Martin Lowrey, Elizabeth R Fowler, Jennie Lowrey, Elizabeth Pack.

My next stop was to check the book called “Old Cherokee Families” compiled by J.J. Hill with a comprehensive index. Because of the index, this is a “better” version of the work of Emmet Starr “Old Families and their Genealogy: History of the Cherokee Indians and their Legends and Folk Lore.”.

: old cherokee families index: dj: none. book: quarto trade pbak. first six pages missing from the comprehensive index, surnames begin with 'alberty'. If you ancestors weren't named 'aardvark' or 'abbott' you should be ok.

owner's name top edge f cover, her genealogy is written in ink on the fep. other than that the book is almost unused. Vol. 3: Unhallowed Intrusion: A History of Cherokee Families in Forsyth County, Georgia ( reprinted November ): This page volume is the only detailed historical and genealogical work published on any Georgia county's Indian population.

The book. This is an excellent refrence book for those researching their Cherokee ancestry. It contains the family pedigree's of the Old Settlers, e.g. those Cherokee's who arrived in Indian Territory (Oklahoma)prior to the Trail Tears including some who arrived later.

A number of family histories are also : Starr, Emmet. Old Settlers, including those living outside the Cherokee Nation, resulting in the Old Settler Roll (or census). Eastern Cherokee's still living in the east, resulting in the Chapman Roll, which was a listing of Cherokee actually receiving payment based on the Siler Census).

Wiki page on Old Cherokee Families. Citation. Emmet Starr, Jack D. Baker, ''Old Cherokee Families: Notes of Dr. Emmett Starr,'' Baker Publishing Company, ; Seeing Shanon Cunningham post today made me wonder if her family stories are the same as my family stories.

We are sixth cousins, once removed. Actually I don't have a specific person in my "Howton" family named. I had speculated Abigail Roark, as. Not an "Old Settler" who had moved west prior to ; Origin of the Guion Miller Roll. In the Eastern Cherokee sued the United States to get the funds due them under the treaties ofand To certify the eligibility in the Cherokee Tribe, Guion Miller used several earlier Cherokee census lists created between and.

Books shelved as cherokee: We Are Grateful: Otsaliheliga by Traci Sorell, Trail of Tears: The Rise and Fall of the Cherokee Nation by John Ehle, Skinwalk.The result is a straightforward history of the Cherokee tribe with especial attention upon the 's, an assortment of primary source writings, and thoroughly extensive genealogies of old Cherokee families.Cherokee Woman (Ani Waya) woman Jordan (born of Paint Clan Woman Oconostota, Moytoy) was born inat birth place, Tennessee, to Amodohiyi / Amahetai (The Pidgeon Ani'-Ga'tâge'wi of Tainesi (Cherokee) "Trader Tom" Carpenter First Beloved Man Emperor of the Cherokee Water Conjuror or Rainmaker Supreme Chief of the Cherokee Amodohiyi The Pigeon Moytoy Rain Conjuror The Pigeon .

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