Disclaimer - Brock Lineages:
Brock lineage information at this site came from
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Regard the info here as being
neither wholly accurate nor wholly inaccurate.
USE INFO HERE AS A GUIDELINE TOOL ONLY
in your own personal research of Brock ancestry.
Good luck, Cuz, in your quest!
m: 04 Jun 1829 Laurel Co, KY
m: 23 Aug 1831 Laurel Co, KY
Edward M. Gideon &
gd/o James Isham Gideon &
b: Abt 1817
d: Jun 1850 Laurel Co, KY
(aka Deliah Irvin)
m: Aug 1851 Laurel Co, KY
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,"
JOHN ESTEP SASSER
(grandson of Taylor & Rose)
on how "Sasser, Laurel Co, KY," was named
owned a farm and general store close to the head
of Blackwater Creek, where his grandfather, Crawford Sasser,
had settled in 1827. Here he became Postmaster and this
area was named "SASSER," Kentucky, after him.
All four of his children were born at Sasser.
Wanda (Coffey) Russell
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