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  • Lost Lumbee

    Hi My name is Cassie Williams I was told by my Uncle in NC that my family is a part of this tribe. I would like as much info as possible from anyone who has any so that I can have some closure as to who i am as a Indian people. Thanks

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    Originally posted by Brownsug View Post
    Hi My name is Cassie Williams I was told by my Uncle in NC that my family is a part of this tribe. I would like as much info as possible from anyone who has any so that I can have some closure as to who i am as a Indian people. Thanks

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      You can start here...

      Lumbee Regional Development Assoication, Inc. (910)521-8602

      They can't tell you 'who your people are', you'll have to have a name! LOL


      Why must I feel like that..why must I chase the cat?


      "When I was young man I did some dumb things and the elders would talk to me. Sometimes I listened. Time went by and as I looked around...I was the elder".

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        Lost Lumbee

        Well, My families last name is Williams they originate in Four Oaks N.C. I am not sure what else to add at this point. All questions are welcome, and thanks for responding!

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