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Rocky Marlow says...Do any of you all have any information on the McWaters/Gayden family? I'm extremely confident that my geneology research has uncovered my family to be Catawba rather than Choctaw. Your posting about Catawbas migrating south makes a lot of sense to my family tree.
Mary Steward says...I am trying to document my children's father's family connection to the Creek and Cherokee Indians of Northern Florida. James Holley of Westville, Holmes FL mother was Roza Belle Thomas and was one of 8 kids. Her mother was Dora Donahue daughter of FNU Donahue. Her mother's name is not known and she was supposed to be full blooded Creek Indian. They supposedly died and Dora Donahue was raised by Dr. Wade who was related to the family and lived next to the Thomas Family. Dora Donahue married James Thomas and pictures that I have reveal that he is of mixed blood. How do we prove this and can my kids get on the Indian Rolls? Also I have been told that there are benefits that they can receive from the federal government? Is this true and if so what are those benefits?
Bradley Alexander says...I have roots in York and lancaster, sc and some of our surnames: Hill, Brown, Clinton. Do you have any Indian related info abt William Hill of Hill iron works and his servants.