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Re: Edward Everett Storey, Fact or Fiction?
Posted by: Betty Scarborough (ID *****9931) Date: October 31, 2004 at 13:44:46
In Reply to: Edward Everett Storey, Fact or Fiction? by nancy scholes of 65444

Well since the parents were alive for the Dawes rolls - the final enrollment -
NONE of the names match for the "Five civilized" tribal enrollments.
There were a couple of Storey's - Allen and Eliza - Chickasaw
Martha A. Cherokee.
The Chickasaw's also had a few Story's but none of the names match.
You will have to go further back in order prove a blood line.

PS you might check your dates - was Katherine born in 1863 or was Edward 5 when he married?

Places help in tracing lines as far as Native goes - it narrows down the tribe.
Hope it helps some.
Betty


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