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Does anyone have Cherokee Indian on their side of the Parker family?

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Comment by Brandon L. Parker on May 27, 2010 at 5:23pm
umm we are cherokee and idk what else we live in Kentucky
Comment by marisa banks on May 11, 2010 at 2:28pm
my family is mixed wit 3 types of indian
but we are not parkers we westons
Comment by Joan Willis Duby on March 26, 2010 at 3:30pm
My greatfather was Joe Parker. I know he married Martha Jane Hester. My grandmother told me her father was indian. I don't know anything more. They lived in Georgia during their marriage. I have her history to 1500's but nothing on him. Please help.
Comment by Steve Nicholson on March 15, 2010 at 12:27pm
My great grandmother was Mary Saint Parker. Her mother was Lucinda Crittenden, granddaughter of James Kan Ne Qua Tes Ke Crittenden (Cherokee). My other great grandmother, Susey Zora Parker's mother was known as "Black Dutch". North Alabama.
Comment by Debbie Howard on March 13, 2010 at 10:34pm
I am the Great Grandaughter of Martha Alice Jane Parker. who married Gus O'Neal. I know there is Native American blood in the family. Gus O'Neal is son of Hill Chichundra O'Neal who I believe to be Cherokee. I have pics and more info on these. Looking for more.
Comment by Margie Ammons Olson on January 15, 2010 at 11:21am
In Regards to William Parker in Virginia in 1748, I believe we are connected. My Ancestor was named John Parker Moore. His father was John Parker Moore, Senior and he married Elizabeth Eleanor Parker of Somerset, Maryland. There is a possibility that William Parker moved to Halifax County, Virginia. It seems that Families were Tight among In Laws and such and they migrated like Herds back then. Anyone with any information, please, respond to my message.
Comment by Beverly Chupik on December 5, 2009 at 7:17pm
My great aunt was Callie Parker. Her married name was Christie (related to Ned Christie). She married a Parker and we have been told he was one of Quanah Parkers relatives (possibly son or grandson) but we are unsure of which one. Does anyone have any info on Callie Parker or family members?
Comment by DeChee' Parker on July 8, 2009 at 12:19am
My mom is of the belief that we r descendants of Chief Quabaha Parker... our family historian is Rev. Wheeler Parker Jr...he is listed in Illinois...PLEASE contact him..we have not been able 2 go further back than 1840 something beginning with Margaret & Milton Parker...There is the issue of the Cherokee Nation not accepting slave descendants as well.. but I am told that we r Cherokee & Blackfoot n orgin..oh, yeah... & Milton was a freed slave... Parker, belongs 2 perhaps his owner?
Comment by Pat Hutton on June 9, 2009 at 7:29pm
Does anyone have a connection for Martha Parker, who married William H. Tillery 22 Aug 1860 in Knox County, Tennessee?
Comment by Brenda Van Cleve (Parker) on May 12, 2009 at 2:07pm
I am looking for information on My Henry Parker Born 1782 SC married Rachel or Sarah abt. 1810? they had Henry Jr. Born 1826 SC he married Nancy Black. I to have been told that we are part Cherokee and that we are related to Quabaha Parker...Any help would be great.
 

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