Thanks for the offer. Many folks would like to forget about the unpleasantness of slavery, and as a result, it would not be completely out of the question for this information to not be passed on, particularly if you are not black today. With that said, I am able to go back to about 1880 with my family history. There was a Yarber male that married a full-blood Cherokee woman (last name Beaver).
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