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Re: Cheorkee Relations
Posted by: Lyndell Brown Date: October 28, 2001 at 19:29:21
In Reply to: Re: Cheorkee Relations by Kathy Mosley of 8985

There is a Susie Brewer listed in the book, "Cherokee Roots," by Bob Blankenship. She is number 28368 on the Dawes Roll and would have to have been alive in the years of the Dawes Roll, circa 1898-1914. I have an address if you want them to research it (for $50). I recommend that you look at the Dawes Roll entry first. Would your Susan Brewer have been alive then?

Nancy Emily Brewer was my gggrandmother. She was the daughter of Jacob Brewer and Mary (Evans could be the last name.) She is listed in the Dawes roll as 1/16 Indian. I am searching for information on Mary and want to determine if the Cherokee bloodline is from her or Jacob Brewer. Let me know if our lines cross.


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