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Re: John Bigfoot Ray who died in 1930's in Rogers (Taylor co)
Posted by: Betty Scarborough (ID *****9931) Date: August 07, 2006 at 11:53:15
In Reply to: Re: John Bigfoot Ray who died in 1930's in Rogers (Taylor co) by ross smith of 977

Had to wait till I could get to the library and check our rolls.

I tried Chickasaw, Creek, Cherokee, Choctaw and Seminole rolls-
Some are the Emigration Rolls 1817-1835

Could only locate one Ray - a Solomon - who was a white that married a half blood - he was in McMinn Co., TN

I could find no other variations on any of the names you listed.

Sorry I can't be of more help.
Betty


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