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Paternal Side Chowanoac History:

Descendants of* James Whiting,born,1921-1957 my Father,born in Wilcox, Alabama being described as mulatoo,His* Mom Annie Whittington born 1884 in Leake,Mississippi her ,her *Father William Hiram Mink Whittington born 1862 in Mississippi , her* Mother Mittie L. Kirkland born1872, in Leake,Mississippi came out of descendants Chowan,County,North Carolina.

Little Pee Dee 6thGreatgrand Odom:

*Abraham Odom Sr., 1705-1771 .Father to 5th greatgrand mother AliceOdom,(Kirkland)

Elizabeth Sibbell Barnes Sybil Odum 1725-1770 ; (daughter to Abraham Odom Sr..) mother to Alice Alcy Choctaw Odom Kirkland 1750-1796, Alice's son Caleb V. Kirkland, 1772-1840 and , wife Sarah Elizabeth Sallie Possibly Ransom, 1768-1812 migrates from South Carolina to Alabama. Little Pee Dee Inhabitants- Odom,James filing, Abram's son.

Freeman Chowanoke

3rd Greatgrand Mother Sarah Freeman1814-1880 Amite, Mississippi.Her Mother Mary Polly Freeman,Mississippi.

Maternal Side Chowanoac History


Grandmother, Daisy Elizabeth Gardner, 1915, Greatgrand Father Joseph Wm Gardner 1859(,Mary James' Spouse, Greatgrand Mother born 1872.) Joseph's Descendants:

5th Greatgrand, Jennett Kerr wills grants documents, 1760,Rowan,Her father Andrew Kerr., 5th Greatgrand Francis Gardner,Jennett's Spouse.,and her brother below:

(William Kerr Longhunters.)my 5thGreatgrand Uncle supposingly.

6th Greatgrand, Margaret Moore/JohnGardner

1736-1780 Bertie,Edgecombe,and Granville,

*Thomas Bennett IV 1543-1873 England Return of Owners of Land. John Bennett -* Bennetts line.

(1688-1754 8thGreatgrand Uncle, Andrew Moore Sadsbury,Chester Pennsylvania, Native American Era.)




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Reply Brenda "Raven's Cry" Andrews
9:33 AM on August 6, 2012 
I just received an email from a young girl from Africa. I was wondering if you got the same letter? I have a feeling it is not a legit person. So if they contacted you too, be careful my sister.
Reply DewaGolden Bee Healing Trail
5:54 PM on April 14, 2011 
Evident Chowanoke history reveals master boat builders,and coastal Indians of North Carolina were first and foremost BIG WATER BOAT PEOPLE.OR CALLED LARGE BOAT BUILDING PEOPLE, Village
Secotan,house,were like wagan trains, which were lived in by the Chowanocs
Reply DewaGolden Bee Healing Trail
2:45 PM on April 12, 2011