Posted By:J Friedman
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Subject:Re:Juanita --May have found something for you
Post Date:April 14, 2013 at 19:20:54
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Forum:American Indian Forum
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PS Otis keep in mind some of the Eastern Band have different lines than OK. Just for example you will find Gilreath on the Baker Roll and I dont think there are any Gilreath on record in OK. The Gilreaths may have gotten in the Cherokee before this just maybe not on record. In general The Gilreaths have close ties to the Fletchers and Ussery. The Gilreaths and the Fletchers owned a lot of Wilkes County NC. We have a rogue Ussery in Wilkes my family was very close with and he is probably related to us somewhere per some DNA matches. A few rouge Ussery in Burke too. My uncle and I share a cousin match with the Fletchers of Wilkes and no reason why. The Fletchers were land speculators. I also match this same Fletcher on my father's mother's side too. My father's mother side also has some tie to Ussery