Eastern Cherokee by Blood, 1906-1910
Volume VI of this series represents an additional 3,800 applications, bringing the total to nearly 22,000. 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, 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 over 5,000 Cherokee descendants in this fully indexed volume, bringing the total number of descendants in the six volumes to nearly 40,000."
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1st cousin once Adairsville Admitted ancestor was party ancestors ever enrolled ancestors were never appear that applicant Applicant claims applicant nor ancestors Applicant's ancestors Applicant's father Brother Cartersville Cherokee Domain Cherokee tribe child claims thru Claims thru Mary Collinsville connection with Cherokee connection with Eastern cousin once removed Creek Daughter Duplicate East Chattanooga Eastern Cherokees establish fact establish genuine connection fact of descent full report Gainesville Handwritten James John Hatcher Martha McEwen Misc Miscel mother N.C. Poindexter N.C. Rejected Nancy nee West Nephew never enrolled Niece Okla parties to treaties Pensacola Poindexter real connection recognized members report in 1139 report in 276 report in 417 report in 664 report in App rolls Rome Rossville Sarah Shows no connection Shows no real Sister Sizemore South Pittsburg Spec special report Tahlequah Tellico Plains Tenn thru Mary Jeter thru same ancestors thru same source Whitmire