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  • Yaffa
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    Map

    You are very welcome

    Jodi

    http://toto.lib.unca.edu/findingaids...ds/default.htm

    http://www.newrivernotes.com/nrv.htm

    http://www.censusfinder.com/index.htm

    http://www.genfiles.com/legal/Tithables.htm

    http://www.ah.dcr.state.nc.us/archives/

    http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/

    here ae=re uother links you might find usefull

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  • Elistariel
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    Originally posted by Yaffa
    http://www.ancestraldesigns.com/smarc/formation.htm

    I love this map site for researching NC,TN,GA
    Thank you for posting that. I'm trying to get a copy of a death, marriage, or birth certificate for my earliest known maternal ancestor. The county the 1850 census had he born in and the time the county was formed weren't matching up. Now I know she was really born in Montgomery County.
    Again, thank you.

    I'm from NC, and I have rumors of NA heritage, but nothing else really. Research shows possible (now extinct) Chowan on my mother's side, but that was back in 1600-something.

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  • Yaffa
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    Map location of Indian lands

    Originally posted by rainbow
    My mothers mother is from North Carolina. But the family history is Norman, from England. And some French-Swiss.

    My mother says it would be a miracle for anyone from North Carolina NOT to have some Cherokee.

    http://www.ancestraldesigns.com/smarc/formation.htm

    I love this map site for researching NC,TN,GA

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  • Yaffa
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    American Indians North Carolina

    Originally posted by A.Hunt
    My male like is from The Great Pee Dee river region in Marlboro I have a land plat and seem to see the outline of the land plat on modern satellite images. It interesting enough the place is called Hunt's Bluff in Marlboro County, SC. There seem to be listed as Mulatto in 1850 and there was other Hunt's on Darlington County side of Great Pee Dee with mix of Mulatto / Whites.

    My father came back 11% Native American, 9% East Asian rest is European. I came back 87% European, 11% East Asian, 2% African, 0% Native American.

    The strange part is that oldest known male in my line is Lydia Hunt, she was head of household in 1840, 1850 and I believe in 1830 she lived with her grandmother Ann Hunt. Some researcher believe Lydia mother is Martha "Patty" Hunt listed in 1815 tax roll under Negro / Free Person of Color.

    Anyway I am R1b1c* on my male line which is likely to be from general area from east and west from Sterling County, Scotland.
    http://www.melungeons.com/lumbeeproject/croatan.html

    Lumbee Indian surname project. Hunt is listed as one of the surnames

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  • Yaffa
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    Originally posted by A.Hunt
    I recently found a cousin to my dad which my dad didn't know he had. We are still awaiting on 26-48 marker results. At this moment we are a perfect match. Someone from Hunts rootweb list said he snail mailed the county office asking about Hunts in Marlboro County, they sent him a reply saying all of them are Native American background. As for matches so far don't match large cluster of English and Irish line of Hunts. It has been discussed I have a couple rare marker set common amond Scottish.

    I have a picture of John Enias Hunt b 1839 on Great Pee Dee river where his mother had 340 acre on the river. He is dark complexion dark hair my grandfather was last one in male line to have brown eyes.

    I sorta feel white washed. =)
    http://www.lumbeetribe.com/news_events/index.htm

    Lumbee Tribe Web

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  • Yaffa
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    Native Americans North Carolina

    Originally posted by A.Hunt
    I recently found a cousin to my dad which my dad didn't know he had. We are still awaiting on 26-48 marker results. At this moment we are a perfect match. Someone from Hunts rootweb list said he snail mailed the county office asking about Hunts in Marlboro County, they sent him a reply saying all of them are Native American background. As for matches so far don't match large cluster of English and Irish line of Hunts. It has been discussed I have a couple rare marker set common amond Scottish.

    I have a picture of John Enias Hunt b 1839 on Great Pee Dee river where his mother had 340 acre on the river. He is dark complexion dark hair my grandfather was last one in male line to have brown eyes.

    I sorta feel white washed. =)
    Your family was in the area of the Lumbee Indians. I believe they have a web. You could always contact them see if they have record or know of your family. As for feeling white washed, Most of my family is very dark. A few as I call them inbetween and a few rogue whitees or snowballs as we call them. Genetics can be funny.

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  • A.Hunt
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    I recently found a cousin to my dad which my dad didn't know he had. We are still awaiting on 26-48 marker results. At this moment we are a perfect match. Someone from Hunts rootweb list said he snail mailed the county office asking about Hunts in Marlboro County, they sent him a reply saying all of them are Native American background. As for matches so far don't match large cluster of English and Irish line of Hunts. It has been discussed I have a couple rare marker set common amond Scottish.

    I have a picture of John Enias Hunt b 1839 on Great Pee Dee river where his mother had 340 acre on the river. He is dark complexion dark hair my grandfather was last one in male line to have brown eyes.

    I sorta feel white washed. =)

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  • Yaffa
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    American Indians North Carolina

    Originally posted by A.Hunt
    My male like is from The Great Pee Dee river region in Marlboro I have a land plat and seem to see the outline of the land plat on modern satellite images. It interesting enough the place is called Hunt's Bluff in Marlboro County, SC. There seem to be listed as Mulatto in 1850 and there was other Hunt's on Darlington County side of Great Pee Dee with mix of Mulatto / Whites.

    My father came back 11% Native American, 9% East Asian rest is European. I came back 87% European, 11% East Asian, 2% African, 0% Native American.

    The strange part is that oldest known male in my line is Lydia Hunt, she was head of household in 1840, 1850 and I believe in 1830 she lived with her grandmother Ann Hunt. Some researcher believe Lydia mother is Martha "Patty" Hunt listed in 1815 tax roll under Negro / Free Person of Color.

    Anyway I am R1b1c* on my male line which is likely to be from general area from east and west from Sterling County, Scotland.
    http://www.sciway.net/hist/maps/marl...ical-maps.html

    A link to historical maps in Marlboro SC. Marlboro is just south of Robeson and Cumberland NC. The Lumbee Indians were in that area and are mixed Afro/Indian/White. I hope this link will help you.

    As for your ancestor turing up R1b1c, My Uncle turned up R1b1c7 but we dont match up to our surnames at all. My Uncle Sam is not white. When they give you your base gene it is based aprox 600 yrs ago and doesn't register DNA of all the women your ancestors have married. I have had to up my Uncle's marker to 67 to se if we can get a much closer match to try and figure out our more recient surname.

    Jodi

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  • A.Hunt
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    My male like is from The Great Pee Dee river region in Marlboro I have a land plat and seem to see the outline of the land plat on modern satellite images. It interesting enough the place is called Hunt's Bluff in Marlboro County, SC. There seem to be listed as Mulatto in 1850 and there was other Hunt's on Darlington County side of Great Pee Dee with mix of Mulatto / Whites.

    My father came back 11% Native American, 9% East Asian rest is European. I came back 87% European, 11% East Asian, 2% African, 0% Native American.

    The strange part is that oldest known male in my line is Lydia Hunt, she was head of household in 1840, 1850 and I believe in 1830 she lived with her grandmother Ann Hunt. Some researcher believe Lydia mother is Martha "Patty" Hunt listed in 1815 tax roll under Negro / Free Person of Color.

    Anyway I am R1b1c* on my male line which is likely to be from general area from east and west from Sterling County, Scotland.

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  • Yaffa
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    North Carolina Indians

    Originally posted by rainbow
    My mothers mother is from North Carolina. But the family history is Norman, from England. And some French-Swiss.

    My mother says it would be a miracle for anyone from North Carolina NOT to have some Cherokee.
    Not only Cherokee but Catawba, Meherrin, Tuscarora ( don't know if I spelt that right )Lumbee, and have found evidence of possible Saponi from VA even though they have recorded to be extinct.It depends on where in NC your family is from. If I remeber correctly you told me that your family was near mine so that would be in the area of the Cherokee and Catawba and possible Saponi. This is what we are researching. My family is not white according to pictures and living family is not white either.My maternal ine is Haplogroup B. I have a few other researchers in that area that question their heritage as well.

    Jodi

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  • rainbow
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    My mothers mother is from North Carolina. But the family history is Norman, from England. And some French-Swiss.

    My mother says it would be a miracle for anyone from North Carolina NOT to have some Cherokee.

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  • Yaffa
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    American Indians Western North Carolina Research

    I am doing family research with a few other people in Western NC. We are particularly intrested in decendants from Burke, Wilkes, and Ashe Counties that resided in these areas prior to 1840. In our findings, we believe there were a lot more Indians in this than recorded. If anyone in these areas has taken DNA test, I would love to compare notes. Reply to this post or email me direct [email protected]

    Thanks
    Jodi

    MT-DNA Haplogroup B / Mitosearch XKBS6
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