Cherokee by Blood: Records of Eastern Cherokee Ancestry in the U.S. Court of Claims, 1906-1910, Applications 10171 to 13260, Volume 5
In 1904 the Eastern Cherokees won large cash settlements from the United States because of violations of the treaties of 1835-36 and 1845. Over a million dollars was appropriated by Congress to settle the claims. The payments were to go to all living pers
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0kla Admitted 0kla Rejected 0ld Settler money 0riginal recommendation renewed 1st cousin ancestors Annie Applicant claims Applicant enrolled Applicant's father Betsy brothers and sisters Charley Cherokee Indian child claim my Indian Claimant's claims thru Claremore Dawes Commission Dist Duplicate Eastern Cherokees Eliza enrolled by Chapman enrolled by Drennen enrolled in 1851 EXCEPTI0N exceptions filed father enrolled father was born father's name FCT C0MM grand father grandfather grandparents Holly Springs Indian blood information See App J0HN James Jane Jennie Jesse John Katie living in 1851 Lizzie Locust Grove Lucy Martha Mary MISC mother mother's side N C Admitted N C Rejected Nancy Nannie Nellie Nephew never Niece number of exceptions Polly Pryor Creek R0LL report in 417 Roll information Sallie Sallisaw Sarah SIGNED Southwest City special report 417 Stilwell Susie Tahl Tahlequah Tenn Rejected TEST thru same source Total number treaties Webbers Falls wife William