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So its good to see people of my race in the same state I live in, hopefully I will visit the museum soon.
Its so funny when you speak a different language in this country, and white folks get mad " If you are living in America, speak the language" hilarious, since english wasnt the native language of america...
Have you considered setting up a web site for selling over the internet? Would like to know if anyone could help me to identify which Native American Tribe of the Powhatan Nation, we belong to.
Darryll Seabourne I was delighted to see this website. Father's Side: Timothy Willis (son of Erie"Cue"Willis & Phoebe(Cosby)Willis; Ware Neck, Matthews County; Willis &/or Tabb Plantations.
The Powhatan Nation was instrumental in saving my great grandfather's life (Robert Pollard Holmes)and once he joined the settlement, he married my great grandmother who was of either the Cherokee or Pamunkey/Mattaponi tribes. I am cherokee indian and my grandfather Walter Kenova Bradby use to be Chief before he passed away. We visited family in Front Royal; Tappahanock/Rappahanock; Grand Dad's Brother married Grand Mother's Sister; Dad's double-first cousin, Augustine Willis married Mom's Aunt, Viola Clarke.
My father told me the property I live on was once all wooded and had all types of trees and he used to fish in the creek behind my house.remember that our heritage is sacred and unique- not that many people can honestly say that their veins carry our blood. I know very little at this point but would be very appreciative af any help that you can provide.What I do know is that my great-grandmother's name was Pocahontas Pullam or Puliam and her mother's name was Ware.She was born in Moniteau county, Missouri in 1847; married a man named John Whitehead in 1871, and married my great-grandfather, Samuel Winebrenner, in 1876.All of this took place in Monteau county, Missouri.