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Wurteh (WATTS) gives birth at 77 years old !
Posted by: Kathy Roberts (ID *****6986) Date: July 22, 2011 at 13:01:39
In Reply to: Re: Bogus Indian and Jewish certificates - Fake Cherokee Tribe by Barbara Gordon-Lantto of 29975


Wurteh (WATTS) born abt 1748
Her parents were Sister of Doublehead + John (Trader) WATTS.
She had 3 husbands :
(1) Nathaniel GIST
(2) Bloody Fellow
(3) John (Trader) BENGE born 1735 Albemarle County, VA
Children :
Robert BENGE b 1767 (TN). Died April 1794 Stone Gap, VA
Lucy BENGE b abt 1768. Died October 1846 Greenleaf, CNW
Richard BENGE b abt 1770
Un-named BENGE b abt 1769
(If anyone has a problem with this information, then take your complaints to the Cherokee Nation !)

Lydia Ann BENGE born Feb 1825 Clay County KY.
Lived her whole life there, according to census and other records.
She married John HOUSE May 18 1843, Clay Co KY.


As you seem to be something of a novice at Genealogy/Family History, it might be an idea to LEARN a few basics on how to do Genealogical Research.
It would be a really good legacy to leave for your descendants.
One that is built on FACT not FANTASY !

First, find out all you can about your OWN ancestors, they may or may not be what you expected or imagined.
(That is no excuse for trashing other people's family history and/or the history of American Indian People)

Try not to get carried away with some of this "myth-information" that is so readily available on the internet.
(Again, as you are a novice, you may see things that look like a "quick-fix", but there are NO shortcuts in Genealogy/Family History !)

And, DO STOP posting offensive, racist, insulting and unsubstantiated so called "information"...........again, it may be because you are a "newbie".

If you would like help with your family history, do let me know.

Kathy Roberts

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