History Of Gratitude: From Sequoyah To Future Generations
I am impressed and deeply grateful to whoever questioned my lineage to Sequoyah. Because of somebody’s disbelief and confusion I have been abundantly blessed. It was someone’s misunderstanding that my father/uncle was related to Sequoyah and that is NOT correct, it is on my mother’s side that I am the direct descendant of Sequoyah. These original documents beginning November 6, 1919 were sent to me along with many blessings because of this confusion. These documents came directly from the abstract company courtesy of the Cherokee Nation. Cross reference the DAWS commission rolls with the 15 pages referencing the land left to my mother’s side of the family from Sequoyah… My father/uncle is an heir by marriage not by blood because he is the husband of my mother’s sister. These are rare gems I may never have seen if it weren’t for this confusion… Thank you…
Sequoyah’s great granddaughter Mary Guess (Gist) is Lisa’s great, great, great grandmother. Mary married Charley Dirteater…. Their children are Willie (Gist) Guess; Belle Dirteater; Jim Wolfe; Henry Dirteater; Dick and Stan Dirteater. Maggie Sourjohn and Mrs. Sam Shadoin. Their daughter Belle, Cherokee Roll 18,498, field card 7886 on Cherokee Card 9093 shows she married George Dick on November 3, 1906. On that same day she became a citizen of the United States of America.
Lisa Christine Christiansen’s great grandparent’s records are
Application Census card Roll# Name
16964 9093 9685 George Dick CRN 20850
17188 7886 9686 Belle Dirteater 18498
10389 9919 12741 Joseph L. Groundhog 26091
14697 10244 12742 Nannie Gritts 29265
Lisa Christiansen 250771 The records are at the Fort Worth, Texas regional office and at the National Archives in Washington, D.C.
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