Eastern Cherokee by Blood, 1906-1910
Volume V in this series represents an additional 3,783 applications examined by compiler Jeff Bowen, bringing the total to more than 18,000. Mr. Bowen culled every shred of genealogical value from the applications, which in every case provides the application number, applicant COs name and city of residence, number of other persons in the applicant COs family, references to family members found in other applications, and the disposition of the application. In some instances, moreover, Mr. Bowen has supplemented the core elements found in the abstracts with references to other family members by name, relationship(s), and dates of birth and/or death. The researcher will find references to nearly 5,000 Cherokee descendants in this fully indexed volume, bringing the total number of descendants in Volumes One through Five to 34,000."
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1851 by Drennen Adairsville ancestor was party ancestors ever enrolled ancestors were parties Annie appear that applicant's Applicant claims applicant enrolled applicant nor ancestors applicant's ancestors Applicant's father enrolled Aunt Birdtown Brother Chattanooga Cherokee domain Cherokee tribe child Claimant claims thru Claremore connection with Cherokee cousin once removed Daughter Dist Duplicate East Bend Eastern Cherokees enrolled by Chapman enrolled by Drennen enrolled by Hester enrolled in 1851 enrolled with Cherokees Father of applicant Flowery Branch grandfather enrolled grandmother Handwritten Hillhouse Holly Springs James John Locust Grove Mary Misc mother enrolled N.C. Admitted N.C. Rejected Nancy Nephew Niece Okla parties to treaties Pryor Creek real connection report in 1139 report in 2516 report in 417 report in 664 Sarah Shows no connection Shows no real Sister Sizemore slave spec special report Stilwell Tahl Tahlequah Tenn Test thru same source Toonigh Uncle Vian Webbers Falls Whitmire Woodstock