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Re:Juanita --Hood-Hidebrand question
Posted by: Otis Fuller (ID *****2325) Date: April 12, 2013 at 18:53:57
In Reply to: Re:Juanita --Hood-Hidebrand question by Juanita cs of 29971

Juanita, you will find Peter Hildebrand "Helterbrand" (who led one of the groups on the Trail of Tears) in the 1830 census of Gwinnett Co., GA, near a couple of Hood families, and many other mixed blood Cherokee families. The 1830 U.S. Fed. Census annexed and extended the borders of 5 N. GA counties all the way to the Alabama border so they could include all the very many Cherokee=White families living in CNE GA at that time and target them for removal. Gwinnett Co. contained the most. Look for the last 5 or 6 pages; those have tons of mixed Cherokees.
Otis Fuller


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