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Re: Quakers (Copeland) who married Native Americans - Kansas/Indiana?
Posted by: Annette Stewart (ID *****1883) Date: December 27, 2009 at 15:14:10
In Reply to: Quakers (Copeland) who married Native Americans - Kansas/Indiana? by Cousette Copeland of 4753

I also have a similar family history but it hasn't been verified. Mine is that of Cherokee heritage either thru the Thomas/Davy/Pemberton/Cox/or Owen line. This could possibly hold true as the Thomas family came from SC where the Cherokee lived or near the area of the Carolina's. My Grandma and Father are both dark complexion and very dark hair color. The Thomas came to OH early 1800's. Myself, my cousin's grandchild, and my grand daughter all have a brown non-raised birth mark which a Dr. commented meant Indain descendent. There is also a possibility that the line could have been Beery/Cradlebaugh/Seitz/Huddle because all three of these families also lived in the VA area and then came to Fairfield, OH area.The Seitz served in the War of 1812.The Beery picture really looks Indain or native American. Any clues how to research this possibility??

Thanks,
Annette
OH



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