Descendants of Ches-qua-ni-ta (Little Bird) Smith

 
Although with so many names in common, this line surely connects to our Cabin Smith line, 
I have yet to discover the connection. Possibly Little Bird Smith is a son of Cabin Smith.
Possibly he is the son of McCoy or Samuel, brothers to Cabin Smith, or the son of an
unknown brother of the old Chief.
 
As with all our family lines, much work remains in the endeavor to preserve our heritage. 
I invite you to contact me if you have any questions, comments, or updates regarding
this or any other family lines Joe Scraper Jr. jscraperfamily@yahoo.com
 

When copying and/or sharing this report please note that it is in-progress and may
contain errors and certainly contains omissions.

 

Generation No. 1

 

1. CHES-QUA-NI-TA (LITTLE BIRD)1 SMITH1. He married JENNIE ____________.

Children of CHES-QUA-NI-TA SMITH and JENNIE ____________ are:

2. i. SAMUEL CABIN2 SMITH, d. December 14, 1869.

ii. MCCOY SMITH. Records show a McCoy Smith , Sheriff of Canadian District in 1879.

3. iii. NED 'EDWARD' SMITH, b. Cherokee Nation East; d. Abt. 1865.

4. iv. LYDIA SMITH, b. Abt. 1840; d. Bef. 1896.

 

Generation No. 2

 

2. SAMUEL CABIN2 SMITH (CHES-QUA-NI-TA (LITTLE BIRD)1) died December 14, 18692. He married (1) NANCY GRAVES Bef. 1846. He married (2) ELIZA FIELDS Abt. 1852, daughter of JOHN FIELDS and SUSANNAH HALFBREED. She was born 1815 in Cherokee Nation East, and died Oct 16, 1873.

Notes for SAMUEL CABIN SMITH: Cherokee name was Ke-ni-sa.

Cabin was an 'old settler', meaning one of those who had left the Indian Nation East and moved west of the Mississippi river before the Trail of Tears.

For the years 1859-60, Cabin Smith was elected councilor of the Cherokee Nation representing Canadian district.

Those Old Settlers who came nearer understanding the situation held a preliminary meeting at the mouth of the Illinois River November 24, 1846, where five men--- William Drew, John Harnage, Cabin Smith, Aaron Hicks, and Ta-ha-sta-ski--- were selected to begin the work of carrying out the provisions of the Treaty (of 1846). Few came to the meeting which was, properly speaking, not official ; but a third meeting on December 21, 1846, at Mackey's on the Illinois River, was well attended and business duly transacted in a two-day session. ( excerpt from A Political History of the Cherokee Nation by Morris L. Wardell, pg 77 )

More About SAMUEL CABIN SMITH: MILITARY: Civil War- Captain in Drew's Regiment2

Notes for ELIZA FIELDS: Cherokee name is Ga-yo-hi-ta. Clan: Blind Savannah

Children of SAMUEL SMITH and NANCY GRAVES are:

5. i. JOHN " ROCKY MOUNTAIN"3 SMITH, b. December 11, 1845, Illinois District; d. July 12, 1890.

ii. JANE SMITH, b. Abt. 1851; m. REDBIRD.

 

Children of SAMUEL SMITH and ELIZA FIELDS are:

6. iii. FAMOUS3 SMITH, b. May 16, 1853, Illinois Dis..

7. iv. JOHN 'CARTHY' SMITH, b. March 10, 1856, Canadian District; d. March 18, 1901.

8. v. LOUISA SMITH, b. July 2, 1862; d. October 1886.

 

3. NED 'EDWARD'2 SMITH (CHES-QUA-NI-TA (LITTLE BIRD)1)3 was born in Cherokee Nation East, and died Abt. 1865. He married SUSIE SHELTON Aft. 1840, daughter of HENRY SHELTON and ? HOLT. She was born in Tennessee, and died 1868.

More About NED 'EDWARD' SMITH: Burial: Hammer Cemetery, Muskogee Co., Okla

Notes for SUSIE SHELTON: Susie came over to Indian Territory with Colston's Emigrant Detachment on the Trail of Tears.

Children of NED SMITH and SUSIE SHELTON are:

i. SAMUEL3 SMITH, b. 1843; d. 1862.

Notes for SAMUEL SMITH: The note below may pertain to our Samuel Smith? There was also a Linder McCoy Smith and a Frank Smith in this company... Company B, Cherokee Mounted Rifles: John Gunter Lipe, Samuel ("Buster") Smith, John Nivens and ? Parris were killed at the same time as was their commander Lt. Col. Thomas Fox Taylor, on Greenleaf Bayou, July 21, 1862.

9. ii. FRANK N. "E-JAY-SEE" SMITH, b. October 15, 1845, Illinois District, I. T.; d. May 17, 1931.

10. iii. MCCOY "MAN-EATER" SMITH, b. June 11, 1847, near Fort Gibson, I. T.; d. 1913.

11. iv. WILLIE "AR-TAR-NER-E-SKEE" SMITH, b. 1851, Illinois Dis.; d. 1891.

v. EDWARD SMITH3, b. September 15, 1857, Illinois District, I. T.; d. February 14, 1926, Keefton, Okla4; m. LUTITIA COODY; b. February 14, 1872, Canadian District, I. T.; d. February 23, 1923, Okla.

12. vi. JENNIE SMITH, b. 1859; d. June 1881.

 

4. LYDIA2 SMITH (CHES-QUA-NI-TA (LITTLE BIRD)1) was born Abt. 1840, and died Bef. 1896. She married JOHN MCFERRAN FIELDS Abt. 1858, son of JOHN FIELDS and SUSANNAH HALFBREED. He was born Abt. 1822, and died August 1858.

Notes for LYDIA SMITH: Lydia is listed on the Old Settler Roll - Illinois #71. Her grandson, Houston Duval, age 21 in 1896 is also listed.

More About JOHN MCFERRAN FIELDS: Clan: Blind Savannah

Child of LYDIA SMITH and JOHN FIELDS is:

i. ELIZABETH3 FIELDS5, b. Abt. 1858; m. (1) ISRAEL DUVAL; b. Abt. 1850; m. (2) GEORGE STARR; b. Abt. 1850. Notes for GEORGE STARR: GEORGE U-LE-YO-E STARR, JR: 1851 Old Settler roll: Skin Bayou, 9 as Oo-lar-yer-a (1896 page 292)Translation: U-le-yo-e = Gone Astray

 

Generation No. 3

 

5. JOHN " ROCKY MOUNTAIN"3 SMITH (SAMUEL CABIN2, CHES-QUA-NI-TA (LITTLE BIRD)1) was born December 11, 1845 in Illinois District, and died July 12, 1890. He married LAURA 'LUTIE' BLACKSTONE April 8, 1877, daughter of ROBERT BLACKSTONE and LOUISA ENGLAND. She was born February 24, 1850 in near Maysville, Delaware District, I.T., and died December 28, 1905.

Burial: Blackstone Family Cemetery, Webber Falls, OK

Children of JOHN SMITH and LAURA BLACKSTONE are:

i. MITTIE4 SMITH, m. ROWLAND.

ii. LOUISA B. SMITH, b. September 7, 1879.

iii. DAISY SMITH, b. March 4, 1881; d. September 16, 1882.

Burial: Blackstone Family Cemetery, Webber Falls, OK

iv. FLORENCE SMITH, b. July 22, 1883, Canadian District.

Burial: Blackstone Family Cemetery, Webber Falls, OK

v. LYDIA SMITH, b. Abt. 1886.

vi. JOHANNA SMITH, b. September 27, 1889; d. September 26, 1890.

Burial: Blackstone Family Cemetery, Webber Falls, OK

 

6. FAMOUS3 SMITH (SAMUEL CABIN2, CHES-QUA-NI-TA (LITTLE BIRD)1) was born May 16, 1853 in Illinois Dis.6. He married (1) MARY MAUD VANN7 Oct 16, 18748, daughter of DAVID VANN and NANCY MACKEY. She was born March 14, 1854 in Canadian District9, and died March 19, 189610. He married (2) MAUDE BROOKS Feb 2, 189710. She was born March 30, 1877 in Kentucky10.

Notes for FAMOUS SMITH: Cherokee name was Tick-a-no-chu-la. Starr's Notes: A974

1880 Census [CN]: Canadian, 1286. 1890 Census [CN]: Canadian, 16. 1894-96 O.S. payroll: page 217. Dawes roll: card # 7156, roll # 17033. Miller roll: Webber's Falls, OK, ap# 17149, roll# 24772

Clan: Blind Savannah

Notes for MARY MAUD VANN: Cherokee name is Tucker.

Children of FAMOUS SMITH and MARY VANN are:

i. JOSEPH WEBSTER VANN4 SMITH, b. August 29, 187511.

1880 Census [CN]: Canadian, 1288. 1890 Census [CN]: Canadian, 18. Dawes roll: card # 7157, roll # 17039. Miller roll: Webber's Falls, OK, app # 10588, roll # 24868. Starr's Notes: A484

ii. FAMOUS JR. SMITH12, b. Abt. 1879; d. his youth.

iii. ELIZA SMITH, b. December 3, 1881, Canadian District13; m. LOUIS DUNBAR14.

Notes for ELIZA SMITH: Cherokee name is Ga-yo-hi-ta. 1890 Census [CN]: Canadian, 19. Dawes roll: card # 7156, roll # 17034. Miller roll: Webber's Falls, OK, app # 9402. Starr's Notes: A485

iv. NAN SMITH, b. February 4, 188415. 1890 Census [CN]: Canadian, 20. Dawes roll: card# 7156, roll# 17035. Miller roll: Webber's Falls, OK, ap# 9403, roll# 24940. Starr's Notes: A486

v. FRANK SMITH, b. November 7, 1886, Canadian District15. 1890 Census [CN]: Canadian, 21. Dawes roll: card# 7156, roll# 17036. Miller roll: Webber's Falls, OK, ap# 10264, roll# 24776. Starr's Notes: A487

vi. DAVID SMITH, b. March 11, 1889, Canadian District. 1890 Census [CN]: Canadian, 22 "11 months old". Dawes roll: card# 7156, roll# 17037. Starr's Notes: A488

vii. CHEROKEE "CHERRY" SMITH, b. September 25, 1891, Canadian District15.

Dawes roll: card# 7156, roll# 17038. Starr's Notes: A489

 

7. JOHN 'CARTHY'3 SMITH (SAMUEL CABIN2, CHES-QUA-NI-TA (LITTLE BIRD)1) was born March 10, 1856 in Canadian District16, and died March 18, 190117. He married MARTHA ELIZABETH SIMMONS18 July 28, 188019, daughter of HENRY SIMMONS and MARY OTTERLIFTER. She was born October 1862 in Flint District.

Notes for JOHN 'CARTHY' SMITH: Jim Hicks lists Carthy's full name as John McCarthy Smith.

Clan: Blind Savannah

More About MARTHA ELIZABETH SIMMONS: MILLER ROLL Apl#: 5090

Children of JOHN SMITH and MARTHA SIMMONS are:

13. i. KIAHUA4 SMITH, b. March 28, 1881.

ii. GEORGIANNA SMITH, b. September 5, 1882; d. August 18, 1887.

iii. EDWARD SMITH, b. January 25, 1886; d. August 14, 1887.

iv. ELIZABETH SMITH, b. February 15, 188820; d. July 29, 190320.

14. v. FAMOUS SMITH, b. October 17, 1890.

vi. GROVER SMITH, b. November 23, 1892; d. February 27, 1893.

15. vii. TIMOTHY 'JUNEY' SMITH, b. January 29, 1894.

viii. JENNY SMITH, b. February 10, 189521.

ix. WILLIAM HENRY SMITH, b. June 7, 189721; d. August 18, 190422.

x. SAMUEL "CABIN" SMITH, b. April 26, 190023; d. June 13, 190424.

 

8. LOUISA3 SMITH (SAMUEL CABIN2, CHES-QUA-NI-TA (LITTLE BIRD)1)25 was born July 2, 186226, and died October 188626. She married JOHN BARNETT27 September 188128. He was born Abt. 1846.

More About LOUISA SMITH: Clan: Blind Savannah

Child of LOUISA SMITH and JOHN BARNETT is:

i. IDA4 BARNETT29, b. Abt. 1884.

Cherokee Old Settlers by David Hampton has Ida and her father's names spelled Bonnette.

 

9. FRANK N. "E-JAY-SEE"3 SMITH (NED 'EDWARD'2, CHES-QUA-NI-TA (LITTLE BIRD)1) was born October 15, 1845 in Illinois District, I. T., and died May 17, 1931. He married (1) ELLEN BEAN, daughter of PLEASANT BEAN and FANNIE HICKS. He married (2) ELLA FIELDS April 22, 1870 in Illinois District30, dau of WIRT FIELDS and SARAH WOODWARD. She was born Sept7, 1853, and died Nov 6, 189130. He married (3) RUTH WHITEWATER Abt. 1879, dau of ARCH WHITEWATER and SARAH CABIN. She was born in Canadian District, and died 1890. He married (4) SALLIE YOUNG Abt. 1892, dau of JOE YOUNG and POLLY FLINT. She was born in Illinois District, I. T..

More About FRANK N. "E-JAY-SEE" SMITH: Burial: Three Rivers Cemetery, Okay, Okla

More About ELLA FIELDS: Burial: Three Rivers Cemetery, Okay, Okla

Children of FRANK SMITH and ELLA FIELDS are:

16. i. SAMUEL LARRY4 SMITH, b. May 11, 1873, Ft. Gibson, I. T.; d. October 27, 1942.

17. ii. WALTER F. SMITH, b. Abt. 1875.

 

Children of FRANK SMITH and RUTH WHITEWATER are:

iii. SUSIE4 SMITH, b. 1880.

iv. JULIETTE SMITH, b. 1882; m. HOWELL.

v. NAN SMITH, b. 1884.

vi. THOMAS SMITH, b. 1884.

vii. EMMA SMITH, b. December 25, 1888, Canadian District; m. ED HANNON; b. Abt. 1881.

 

Children of FRANK SMITH and SALLIE YOUNG are:

viii. ROACH YOUNG4 SMITH, b. Abt. 1893.

ix. ANNIE SMITH, b. Abt. 1895.

x. JENNIE SMITH, b. Abt. 1897.

 

10. MCCOY "MAN-EATER"3 SMITH (NED 'EDWARD'2, CHES-QUA-NI-TA (LITTLE BIRD)1) was born June 11, 1847 in near Fort Gibson, I. T., and died 1913. He married (1) ELIZABETH RILEY31, daughter of JULIUS RILEY and AMANDA CORDELL. She was born Abt. 1860. He married (2) JENNIE ELIZABETH BUTLER 1876, daughter of EDWARD BUTLER and ELIZABETH NIVENS. She was born July 7, 1855 in Cherokee Nation.

Notes for MCCOY "MAN-EATER" SMITH: Cherokee name is Yah-wah-gees-skey (Man-eater).

Burial: Hammer Cemetery, Muskogee Co., Okla

Military service: McCoy served 4 years in the Indian Ridge Regiment of Indian Artillery under command of General Stand Watie. He was Sergeant and Gunner of his regiment. He was 14 when he entered the army, and 18 when he returned home. Occupation: Farmer/stock raiser

Children of MCCOY SMITH and JENNIE BUTLER are:

18. i. EDWIN BUTLER4 SMITH, b. May 8, 1878, Canadian District, I. T..

ii. WALTER DUNCAN SMITH, b. Abt. 1880.

iii. JULIETTE TAYLOR SMITH, b. Abt. 1882.

iv. WILSON NIVINS SMITH, b. May 31, 1883, Cherokee Nation.

19. v. MANNY GARRETT SMITH, b. Abt. 1886.

20. vi. MAY SMITH, b. Abt. 1889.

vii. JUNIE SMITH, b. Abt. 1892.

viii. JENNIE ELIZABETH SMITH, b. Abt. 1895.

 

11. WILLIE "AR-TAR-NER-E-SKEE"3 SMITH (NED 'EDWARD'2, CHES-QUA-NI-TA (LITTLE BIRD)1) was born 1851 in Illinois Dis., and died 1891. He married ADDIE HENDRICKS, daughter of JOE GOLDEMAN and RUTH. She was born in Illinois Dis., and died 1886.

Children of WILLIE SMITH and ADDIE HENDRICKS are:

i. ED4 SMITH, b. 1882, Illinois Dis..

ii. EMMA SMITH, b. 1885.

 

12. JENNIE3 SMITH (NED 'EDWARD'2, CHES-QUA-NI-TA (LITTLE BIRD)1) was born 1859, and died June 1881. She married JESSIE MCLAIN 1877, son of CALVIN MCLAIN. He was born February 28, 1855, and died July 14, 1934 in Okla.

JESSIE MCLAIN: Burial: Cherokee National Cemetery, Ft. Gibson. MILLER App#: 18031

Children of JENNIE SMITH and JESSIE MCLAIN are:

21. i. SUSIE4 MCLAIN, b. March 19, 1878, Ft. Gibson, I. T..

ii. FRANK MCLAIN, b. October 3, 1880; m. JESSIE PAYNE.

Notes for FRANK MCLAIN: 1890 Census [CN]: Illinois, 1895. 1894-96 O.S. payroll: Ft Gibson, pg 216, 217. Dawes roll: card# 1803, roll# 27346

 

Generation No. 4

 

13. KIAHUA4 SMITH (JOHN 'CARTHY'3, SAMUEL CABIN2, CHES-QUA-NI-TA (LITTLE BIRD)1) was born March 28, 1881. He married MYRTLE MITCHELL32.

More About KIAHUA SMITH: MILLER ROLL Apl#: 17150

Children of KIAHUA SMITH and MYRTLE MITCHELL are:

i. JOHN HENRY5 SMITH32, b. Abt. 1909.

ii. ELLA SMITH32, b. Abt. 1911.

 

14. FAMOUS4 SMITH (JOHN 'CARTHY'3, SAMUEL CABIN2, CHES-QUA-NI-TA (LITTLE BIRD)1) was born October 17, 189033. He married ELLA "HET" LARREW34 July 24, 1910 in Ft Smith, AR34, daughter of ANDREW LARREW and ELLEN REED. She was born August 7, 1892 in Arkansas34, and died January 9, 1976 in Webber Falls, Okla34.

More About FAMOUS SMITH: MILLER ROLL Apl#: 17149

More About ELLA "HET" LARREW: Burial: Vaught Cemetery, Webber Falls, Okla

Child of FAMOUS SMITH and ELLA LARREW is:

i. MARTHA E.5 SMITH34, b. August 22, 1911, Webber Falls, Okla34.

 

15. TIMOTHY 'JUNEY'4 SMITH (JOHN 'CARTHY'3, SAMUEL CABIN2, CHES-QUA-NI-TA (LITTLE BIRD)1) was born January 29, 1894. He married MYRTLE __________34.

Children of TIMOTHY SMITH and MYRTLE __________ are:

i. RUBY5 SMITH34, b. November 12, 1920, Webber Falls, Okla.

ii. RUTHY SMITH34, b. December 2, 1922, Webber Falls, Okla.

iii. REATHY SMITH34, b. December 2, 1922, Webber Falls, Okla.

iv. NANCY JANE SMITH34, b. August 29, 1925, Webber Falls, Okla.

 

16. SAMUEL LARRY4 SMITH (FRANK N. "E-JAY-SEE"3, NED 'EDWARD'2, CHES-QUA-NI-TA (LITTLE BIRD)1) was born May 11, 1873 in Ft. Gibson, I. T.35, and died October 27, 1942. He married ELMIRA CANDY January 25, 189935, daughter of JOHN CANDY and SIRRISIA FIELDS. She was born September 20, 187835, and died September 30, 1960.

Notes for SAMUEL LARRY SMITH: Miller app #5696. Burial: Three Rivers Cemetery, Okay, Okla

More About ELMIRA CANDY: Burial: Three Rivers Cemetery, Okay, Okla

Children of SAMUEL SMITH and ELMIRA CANDY are:

i. SIRISSA ELLEN5 SMITH36, b. November 21, 1900, Wagoner, I. T.; d. December 1993; m. JESSE F. BASHAM36; b. 1898; d. 1968. Burial: Three Rivers Cemetery, Okay, Okla.

ii. TEXANNA SMITH36, b. February 1, 1903; d. December 19, 1993; m. CHARLES STREBEL36; b. October 21, 1901; d. April 1973.

iii. ELIZA N. SMITH36, b. August 8, 1907.

 

17. WALTER F.4 SMITH (FRANK N. "E-JAY-SEE"3, NED 'EDWARD'2, CHES-QUA-NI-TA (LITTLE BIRD)1) was born Abt. 1875. He married _________.

Notes for WALTER F. SMITH: Miller app # 5697.

Children of WALTER SMITH and _________ are:

i. JESSE E.5 SMITH, b. Abt. 1900.

ii. WILLIE N. SMITH, b. Abt. 1902.

iii. GLADYS SMITH, b. Abt. 1904.

 

18. EDWIN BUTLER4 SMITH (MCCOY "MAN-EATER"3, NED 'EDWARD'2, CHES-QUA-NI-TA (LITTLE BIRD)1) was born May 8, 1878 in Canadian District, I. T.. He married ETTA WORD37.

Children of EDWIN SMITH and ETTA WORD are:

i. EDWARD BUTLER5 SMITH38.

ii. JENNIE MAY SMITH38.

iii. JULIETTE ELIZABETH SMITH38.

 

19. MANNY GARRETT4 SMITH (MCCOY "MAN-EATER"3, NED 'EDWARD'2, CHES-QUA-NI-TA (LITTLE BIRD)1) was born Abt. 1886. He married JESSIE WATSON39.

Child of MANNY SMITH and JESSIE WATSON is:

i. CLAYTON5 SMITH40.

 

20. MAY4 SMITH (MCCOY "MAN-EATER"3, NED 'EDWARD'2, CHES-QUA-NI-TA (LITTLE BIRD)1) was born Abt. 1889. She married ___________ HARBISON.

Child of MAY SMITH and ___________ HARBISON is:

i. ROY CLAYTON5 HARBISON.

 

21. SUSIE4 MCLAIN (JENNIE3 SMITH, NED 'EDWARD'2, CHES-QUA-NI-TA (LITTLE BIRD)1) was born March 19, 1878 in Ft. Gibson, I. T.. She married THOMAS J. HENDRICKS, son of DENNIS HENDRICKS and ELIZA FISH. He was born March 10, 1877 in Tahlequah District, Cherokee Nation.

Notes for SUSIE MCLAIN: 1880 Census [CN]: Illinois, 1106. 1890 Census [CN]: Illinois, 1894. 1894-96 O.S. payroll: Ft Gibson, pg 216, 217. Dawes roll: card# 2088, roll# 5412. Miller roll: Ahniwake, OK, app # 24996, roll # 13793 as Susie Hendricks

Child of SUSIE MCLAIN and THOMAS HENDRICKS is:

i. NELSON L.5 HENDRICKS, b. Abt. 1905.

Dawes roll: card # 767m, roll # 443m. Miller roll: Ahniwake, OK, app # 25487, roll # 13794

 

 


Endnotes

 

1. Cherokee by Blood, 78.

2. Old Cherokee Families, Notes of Emmet Starr, Vol 2, 68.

3. Cherokee by Blood, 78.

4. Muskogee Phoenix, 2-15-1926.

5. History of the Cherokee Indians by Emmet Starr, 450.

6. Old Cherokee Families, Notes of Emmet Starr, Vol 1, 43.

7. History of the Cherokee Indians by Emmet Starr, 451.

8. Old Cherokee Families, Notes of Emmet Starr, Vol 1, 43.

9. Old Cherokee Families, Notes of Emmet Starr, Vol 3, pg 43.

10. Old Cherokee Families, Notes of Emmet Starr, Vol 1, 43.

11. Old Cherokee Families, Notes of Emmet Starr, Vol 1, 21.

12. 1880 census Canadian District Cherokee Nation.

13. Old Cherokee Families, Notes of Emmet Starr, Vol 1, 21.

14. Jim Hicks website.

15. Old Cherokee Families, Notes of Emmet Starr, Vol 1, 21.

16. Old Cherokee Families, Notes of Emmet Starr, Vol 3, pg 58.

17. Old Cherokee Families, Notes of Emmet Starr, Vol 3, 58.

18. History of the Cherokee Indians by Emmet Starr, 451.

19. Old Cherokee Families, Notes of Emmet Starr, Vol 3, pg 244.

20. Old Cherokee Families, Notes of Emmet Starr, Vol 1, 45.

21. Old Cherokee Families, Notes of Emmet Starr, Vol 1, 247.

22. Jim Hicks website.

23. Old Cherokee Families, Notes of Emmet Starr, Vol 1, 247.

24. Jim Hicks website.

25. Emmet Starr, Halfbreed 1-4-4-5.

26. Old Cherokee Families, Notes of Emmet Starr, Vol 3, pg 244.

27. History of the Cherokee Indians by Emmet Starr, 451.

28. Old Cherokee Families, Notes of Emmet Starr, Vol 3, pg 244.

29. Cherokee Old Settlers by David Hampton, 105.

30. Cherokee Mixed Bloods by David Hampton 2005, 284.

31. Emmet Starr, Riley 1-16-3-1, Thompson 1-1-6-3-1.

32. Tommy Fields Internet posting 7-29-2007.

33. Old Cherokee Families, Notes of Emmet Starr, Vol 1, 247.

34. Tommy Fields Internet posting 7-29-2007.

35. Old Cherokee Families, Notes of Emmet Starr, Vol 1, 45.

36. Descendants of Nancy Ward by David Hampton, 123.

37. History of the Cherokee Indians by Emmet Starr, pg 463.

38. History of the Cherokee Indians by Emmet Starr, pg 464.

39. History of the Cherokee Indians by Emmet Starr, pg 463.

40. History of the Cherokee Indians by Emmet Starr, pg 464.

 

 

 

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