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Old 01-03-2012, 03:06 AM   #518
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Originally Posted by timmy tiger View Post
No I haven't. You've done that so sloppy and nasty and if she's not a real "redwine" then why even have them on there. And so you might have a Creek ancestor 200 years ago, how does that make you anything more then a descendant? And you said your gma new her Native heritage, but her mother dies when she was like 6 years old, how? A crystal ball, they were all listed as White.

That is not in an organized way and it's a mess, no wonder you can't be accepted by the one's who are Recognized, your so-called work is a mess. That's sure nothing to be proud of. The work, if it's good, but it's so sloppy I don't know if it's good, yet. Have to get out my notebook and go through it, but again if she's not a "redwine" then why even have them on there? You throw stuff in to confuse people to make it look like more then what it really is, you have no clue!!!!
The reason, is to show you who these redwines was, they was Hardy Read's family, he was the Creek indian's trader of the 1800's in villa rica and coweta county, ga.

See what you do not understand is, Villa rica's native people never was really removed, some did by choice but some stayed, did not hide and did not run away. It was not till the 2000's that it even started becoming a non small community. The area still has around 1000 native american people in the carroll, coweta, and paulding counties.


Here is more of the Newman family who Senoya teal married into.

Diocletian Newman married Sarah Wallis
17 Feb 1848 Cherokee County, Alabama
Ceremony Conducted by Thomas D Perkinson, JP

1860 United States Federal Census
about D C Newman Name: D C Newman
Age in 1860: 35
Birth Year: abt 1825
Birthplace: South Carolina
Home in 1860: District 2, Carroll, Georgia
Gender: Male
Post Office: Villa Rica
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