Genealogy of the Cherokee Sanders Family

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11127314 Elizabeth Sanders. William Holt and Fredrick W. Rutherford
2 Sallie Sanders*
3 Jennie Sanders. William James Largen
4 James Sanders. Rachel Christy
11128314 Madison Sanders. Louisa Holland
2 Margaret Sanders. Thomas Blair
OK 3 Cynthia Ann Sanders. George Bradley
4 Elizabeth Sanders. Michael Mayfield
5 Nicholas Sanders. Mary Tanksley
6 John Catron Sanders. Sallie Jane Clay
7 Florence Sanders. James Miller
11221314 Johnson Sanders. Polly Bean
11222314 Jennie Sanders  George Bigfeather
2 Mary Sanders  James Rogers
3 David Sanders  Caroline Elk
11234314 Wilson Sanders  Laura Wells Wilkerson
2 Susie Sanders* Charles Lafayette Foreman
3 Jerusha Sanders*
4 Annie Sanders*
5 Sallie Sanders*


6 Thomas Jefferson Sanders. Elizabeth Bearpaw


7 Rachel Sanders. Nicholas Benjamin McNair
8 William Sanders*
9 Lewis Sanders*
11225314 Clara Winters. James Ellis
2 Elizabeth Winters
OK 3 Peggy Winters. Johnson Vann and Nathaniel Stewart
4 Mary Winters. Aaron Burr
11226314 John Sanders*
2 David Sanders*
11227314 John Sanders. Eliza Seabolt nec Starr, Jennie Vann and Adeline Mitchell
2 Thomas Didymus Sanders. Maria Gaford and Joanna Pettit
OK 3 Jackson Sanders*
4 Samuel D. Sanders. Nancy Jane Gafford and Martha Ann Harris
5 Henry Harrison Sanders. Charlotte Stocker nec Starr. Margaret Ragsdale*
11228314 John Ragsdale. Araminta Gunter
OK 3 Polly Ragsdale. Joseph Dawson and John Virgil McPherson
4 Ellen Ragsdale  Jasper Chancy
5 Lucy Ragsdale.  Charles D. England


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

5 thoughts on “Genealogy of the Cherokee Sanders Family”

  1. They say it is lumbee tribe but government back in the day tried to call them cherokee but there seems to be a mixture of races invoved…just trying to get the straight of it. These people are from my dad’s side.

    1. Bethany Hernandez

      I’m a descendant of Walter Chamber Sanders. Do you have any more information on this? I’ve not been able to find out very much about our native heritage, other than the Sanders family went through the trail of tears.

    1. Mae on annie, my grandmother. Initial c ( corlister maybe) for nannie who married a lum, my great grandmother and also nannie as a nickname for Minnie Elizabeth Sanders, my aunt.

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