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Re: Broadfoot of 1857 in AR and MO
Posted by: janice schario Date: August 28, 2000 at 10:00:20
In Reply to: Re: Broadfoot of 1857 in AR and MO by Donna Brown of 381

Donna I've been told that you are the best historian of the Broadfoot's in Mo. I am looking for info on an Elizabeth Broadfoot Conway married to a Thomas Conway , they are in Shannon Co. Mo in the 1850's Thomas had at least nine sons and she may have been his second wife.
The Cherokee heritage are ther questions on it? It is very possible the was a group of
Cherokee that moved to Mo in the 1840's they were refered to as the lost tribe, these wise people realized that our european ancestors would not be satisfied till they had all the Cherokee land and so they moved 20 years before the Trail of Tears.

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