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One Of My Dead Ends: Panther aka Painter

I have been searching for this family for a while now.My Panther family are from Cowee, Macon county, North Carolina. My Great Grandfather Samuel Augustus Panther was born on August 02, 1879. His LDS…Continue

Tags: Cowee, Macon, County, Carolina, North

Started Oct 7, 2012

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What surnames are you interested in researching?
ARAUJO, BARBA, VALENZUELA, DE LOS ANGELES, CARPENTER, PAINTER/PANTHER, TURPIN, CASSIDY, CHEVALIER, CHILDS, LEMAY
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
MEXICO, CANADA, USA, SPAIN, FRANCE, ENGLAND
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Intermediate Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
I began searching because of curiosity.
Do you have a genealogy website or blog?
http://www.myheritage.com/site-1398672/martinez

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At 6:48am on September 12, 2019, Sheyna Axtell said…

Hi Brendy,

Do you happen to have any Turpins in Bandon, Cork, Ireland?  Or Bethnal Green, England?

Thanks!

Sheyna Axtell

At 8:27am on October 20, 2012, Connie Hunt said…

Any thoughts abt variations in spelling for Chevalier?

At 7:02pm on October 19, 2012, Connie Hunt said…

I'll look around.  There is an 1840 US Census WI Territory that includes Francois but of course does not name the spouse.

 

Let me see what I can come up with....

 

 

At 6:45pm on October 15, 2012, Connie Hunt said…
Madeline Chevalier (born in WI) or "Ellen" as she became known was enrolled as a full-blood Mdewakanton Sioux in Minnesota.  She could have been one of several bands and I would have to do much more research.  (She, in fact was less than full but that is irrelevant.)   She exists in the Indian Census and in the 1900 Census and that is just from the little research I could do last night.  I have been researching another branch of this family for a friend.  (I specialize in Indian inquiries.)
 
I hope I have given you a few bits of information.
 
Madeline was considered a full-blood and her Husband, Amable, was considered 1/2 White Earth.  (He was also Canadian Native.)
Both fun and confusing your line.  Documentation is easy here, but I am unclear if you would qualify for enrollment.  Much depends on the tribe and you generation away from these individuals.  You are definitely a descendent of at least 2 tribes and a Canadian Band.
 
Connie
At 12:24pm on October 5, 2012, Andrew Gary Cox (Silva) said…
Antonio & Petra were her Great Grandparents (Mary Grace's mother was Rosa Acuna her mother Maria Araujo ,Timoteos Sister 
At 12:20pm on October 5, 2012, Andrew Gary Cox (Silva) said…

I think I know about as much as you when it comes to Antonio , The two are my great grandparents Rafael and Mary Grace Grijalva she would be Tim's niece and I think your aunt or cousin

At 10:28am on October 5, 2012, Andrew Gary Cox (Silva) said…

Antonio da Cunha Araujo do you know who his parents are?

 
 
 

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