Rhoda (Sizemore) Brock
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Susan Caroline LNU,
m: in Abt 1746, in VA
b: Abt 1725 Cherokee Nation, NC
requests you visit a webpage having transcripts of
"THE TREATIES OF TELLICO - OCTOBER 1805"
on which Chief Red Bird signed his name as
"Tochuwor" not "Cutsawah."
To visit that webpage,
(clicking on will open a separate browser window)
m: in Abt 1800, in TN
George &Agnes(Shepherd-Cornett) Sizemore
b: Abt 1789 TN
with whom she had several children.
Some of them "went by" Sizemore,
some by Wilder.
Clickon George/Agnes to find
Rhoda's & Joseph's List of Descendants.
are supposed blood-relatives of
Chief Red Bird
for whom is named the Red Bird River, of Clay Co, KY.
Some researchers believe, whereby others disagree,
that Chief Red Bird is
Aaron "Cutsawah" Brock
[cutsawah in Cherokee means red bird]
son of Reuben & Christian(Place) Brock
William &unknown Brock
about Chief Red Bird's murder,
from the "Dr. John J. Dickey Diary,"
about Chief Red Bird at the website,
" Brock Family of East Virginia,"
"Dr. John J. Dickey Diary"
Re: how Ned was dressed for burial,
in an essay dated 06-13-1898
Re: being one of the original settlers in Clay Co, KY,
in an essay dated 11-10-1898
(Clicking on an above link will open a separate browswer window.)
of the overall
Cobb-Sasser Family Lineage Website
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