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At 7:52pm on October 15, 2012, Connie Hunt said…

                Comment by Debbe Hagner, AGon July 29, 2009 at 4:38pm           

"I am trying to figure out what tribe - these family are TABLER, SATTERWHITE, MAYLE(MALE), CORBIN, DRIGGS, BARROW, and JAMISON
They lived in Athens County, Ohio and also in Zanesville, Muskingen County, Ohio.... So what tribes were in this area... all the Federal census - mention BLACK ... I know that Native Americans can be called White, Black and Muttalo I have NOT been able to find them in Indians Census...
I was told that they were BLACKFOOT or BLACKFEET (but that out of Oklahoma) then I was told Cherokee...
Help..........."
Did you have any luck?
I'm researching the Jamison tree.  Claribell Eller was Cherokee; however, this went unclaimed during the Dawes Rolls.
May I assist you further?  There is a branch of Jamisons that are Seneca of Oklahoma....
 
Do you have an on-line genealogy?
 
Connie
At 3:31pm on August 21, 2010, Barbara Lewis Mallyon said…
Hello Debbe,

Nice to hear from you. I am not blind, I used to be Chairman for the Blind in Basingstoke, Hampshire

.I started the Blind Genealogists Rootsweb Mailing List, to help blind people, who once had sight to carry on with their family research, a lot of them use the talking software on their computers, to help them.

Kind regards
Barbara

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At 9:54pm on October 12, 2009, Shari McLaws said…
Thanks for adding me as a friend!
At 9:59pm on October 11, 2009, Karl-Michael SALA said…
Yes, mail a copy of the page(s), both right side & left, as you wish.
At 10:31pm on October 5, 2009, Karl-Michael SALA said…
Yes, email me directly karlmsala@msn.com. But mostly for your own files, please make a digital copy of the two pages which cover your ancestral village. While you are there, I'd also copy the other villages whose names you know, but esp. the name of the actual Lutheran parish for your target ancestral village of origin.
At 12:36am on July 22, 2009, Karl-Michael SALA said…
Hi Debbe, Thank you for your persistence in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds. By taking that mind-set, I have solved cases that others said could not be solved! There are never any guarantees, but try we must, by going into the side-door or even the basement window if necessary{;>)

So, OK, order Gemeindelexikon Schlesien. FHL call number 943 E5kp [that's a book, so you have to order instead FHL film number 491042]. Look in the back of the book, i.e. microfilm, to find Klein Lauersitz in the index. It will tell you the chapter & entry # within that chapter.

Once you find the specific listing for Klein Lauersitz, then over to the far right (usually the next page over), it will give the name of the Evangelical Lutheran & Catholic parish town names that were responsible for Klein Lauersitz. Tell me what those two names are. Better: Email me a scanned copy.

Were your target ancestors Lutheran or Catholics?

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At 11:06pm on July 20, 2009, Karl-Michael SALA said…
Let us know if you need some professional help with the Schlesien gazetteer below, for we can also view it at our Mesa Regional FHC!

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To locate Lutheran and Catholic parishes as well as civil registration offices in Schlesien, please use the Gemeindelexikon Schlesien. FHL call number 943 E5kp or FHL film number 491042 . Here is a diagram showing the column headings in German and their English translations: [diagram won't show in this Comment Wall.]

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At 8:14pm on July 16, 2009, Michael Gallagher said…
They actually switched religions & were earlier than those filmed records.
 
 
 

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