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Our Green Family Cherokee Ancestors and Some of Their Descendants
(Volume I)

by Ann Cochrane Gregath & Fredrea Gregath Cook
ISBN: 0-944619-07-X/978-0-944619-07-0
G210-$46.00

NGS/GENTECH 2005 Press Release

From the Introduction | From the Forward | Index (PDF)

1992, 8½x11", deluxe hard cover book, 168 pages, indexed, includes photos and documents.

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From the Introduction

...written specifically to present family data and to bring our Green family together and four those who seek more knowledge about their heritage.  I hope this small effort will encourage the reader and/or family member to send me additions, corrections, and other pertinent family information to be included in Volume II*...

...This book contains the major bulk of family information that has been collected from various family members, court house records, Bible records, and all types of other research materials.

Our Cherokee ancestor, Gardner Green, was listed on the 1835 Census of Cherokee Within the Limits of Georgia, as living on Will Arnold Creek, "Three fullbloods.  One farmer. One reader of English and two of Cherokee.  One weaver and one spinner."...

Most of our Green descendants applications were "rejected", which does not mean they were not of Cherokee blood, but that they were not affiliated with  recognized tribal settlement...

Sincerely,
Ann Gregath

* The hope of Volume 2 is still alive!  Send your information to Fredrea Gregath Cook, here at Gregath Company, Inc.

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From the Foreword

...Our Native American Green family found themselves in the predicament of white encroachment on their southwest Virginia (VA) lands and in 1761 had moved to western North Carolina.  By 1789 they had moved to the area of the Georgia (GA) and East Tennessee (TN) border.  The family, along with many of their friends moved to Henry County, Kentucky (KY), before 1800.

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