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Re: john &tabith
Posted by: mira freeman (ID *****5162) Date: March 29, 2012 at 23:34:53
In Reply to: Re: john &tabith by allene weeks abrams of 9629

If you have someone on the registry then that would cover it.
We also have a line from Edmond with "there are Indians in the family" statements.
But I find nothing to back that up for us.
Actually a great-great uncle was a lawyer who went to Oklahoma,
to register homesteading settlers. No comments about the
task or his life or his family indicated a familial link
to the Indians.
There is a Hixon/Hixson + Hester line that married in and may be Indians.
First I have to find them though.
I have learned to be open to whatever you might find.
Your line is probably a connection 3 or 4 greats back and
that may be the A-I's they were referring to.
I would have been close to them
where it is distant to us.
This is my husbands line back as close as I can find.
Earl Thomas>Jesse F>Earl B>Thomas P>Jesse P>Benjamin F>
Benjamin>Peter or John>Thomas>Edward>
Edward>Edmond{1650 immigrant}>Thomas>Jesse
Thank you and Happy searching.





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