Roll Of Eastern Cherokee, May 28, 1909 › Page 149

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  • Benge, Emmett

  • Bird, John

  • Chewie, William

  • Gibson, Clausine

  • Harris, Joseph A

  • Houseberg, Dora

  • Houseberg, Jack

  • Houseberg, Lydia

  • Mayes, William L

  • McCoy, Charley

  • Palone, Nancy

  • Pennington, Malissa

  • Pennington, Rachel

  • Sawney, Robert

  • Sawney, Roy

  • Towie, Samuel

  • Van, Joe B

  • Vann, Ada

  • Vann, Ada

  • Vann, Alberta Sarah

  • Vann, Arch

  • Vann, Bearpaw

  • Vann, Bertha A L

  • Vann, Betsy

  • Vann, Betsy

  • Vann, Billy

  • Vann, Carolina

  • Vann, Carrie B

  • Vann, Carrie M

  • Vann, Charles

  • Vann, Charles E

  • Vann, Charlotte A

  • Vann, Clem

  • Vann, Clem N

  • Vann, Clement I

  • Vann, Clement M

  • Vann, Connie G

  • Vann, Cornelia F

  • Vann, Cornelius

  • Vann, Cynthia

  • Vann, Daisy

  • Vann, David

  • Vann, David W

  • Vann, David W

  • Vann, Dick

  • Vann, Dirt Thrower

  • Vann, Doary

  • Vann, Dora

  • Vann, Elias

  • Vann, Elizabeth

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Guion Miller Roll

NARA M685. In 1906, Guion Miller was appointed by the U.S. Court of Claims to determine who was eligible for funds under the treaties of 1835-36 and 1845 between the United States and the Eastern Cherokee. An estimated 90,000 individual applicants from throughout North America are included within this publication. Within these applications are names of siblings, parents, aunts and uncles, grandparents, and great grandparents, further establishing family relationships vital to affirming tribal connections.

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