Genealogy of the Cherokee Hildebrand Family

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9 Nannie Hildebrand. Thomas Horn, George Lovett, Frederick Irving, Charles Poe and Hoskins.
10 Joseph Martin Hildebrand. Lucy Starr, Louvinia Patterson, Elizabeth Gentry, Mary King, Martha Wofford and Mary E. Coyne.
11 Brice Hildebrand. Mary Sturdivant nee Beck and Mary Swimmer
12 Mary Hildebrand. Isaac Mayfield
122113 Barbara Hildebrand. Hiram Linder
2 James V. Hildebrand. Sarah Elizabeth Fields
3 Jennie Hildebrand. John Williams
4 Catherine Hildebrand. Levi Bailey
5 John Walker Hildebrand. Eliza Jane White
6 Ellis Harlan Hildebrand. Sallie Stover* and Josephine ____
7 Lewis W. Hildebrand. Lucy Ratliff
8 Isaac Newton Hildebrand. Jennie Ratliff
9 Mary Elizabeth Hildebrand. Daniel Jones Frazier
10 Minerva Hildebrand. Charles Ratliff and Anderson Reynolds
113213 Moses Hildebrand. Noo-ea-ti
2 Mary Hildebrand.       Hoyt
3 Catherine Hildebrand. Teehee
4 John Hildebrand
5 Michael Hildebrand. Sarah Hicks
6 Peter Hildebrand. Annie Fawling
7 Samuel Hildebrand. Susannah Rogers
8 Barbara Hildebrand. William Longknife and _____
9 George Hildebrand
10 Martha Hildebrand
134213 Elizabeth Hildebrand
115213 Jesse Culstee* Eliza Turtle
2 Thomas Blackcoat. Minerva Carr
OK 3 John Wolf
4 Rachel Wolf* Henry Dobson Reese
5 Mary Wolf* _____Collins
116213 Amanda J. McCreary* Alfred Clark Raymond
2 Mary McCreary. James Alcorn
OK 3 Napoleon McCreary. Jennie Harper
117213 John Hildebrand. Ellen Pettit
2 Maria Hildebrand. John Wright Alberty
3 Mary Hildebrand. Simon Lewis
4 Arie Hildebrand. Calvin Parks and James Lewis Puskett
118213 Napoleon Bonaparte Hambright*
2 Hiram Hamright*
3 James Monroe Hambright*
119213 Felix Grundy Coody*
OK 2 Archibald Coody*


Starr, Emmett. History of the Cherokee Indians and Their Legends and Folk Lore. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: The Warden Company. 1921

1 thought on “Genealogy of the Cherokee Hildebrand Family”

  1. I guess I should thank you for pulling Native American history together and getting it more right than our history books. However, there is so much information here that you have gotten wrong information or confused tribal information in some cases.

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