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She was born in Moniteau county, Missouri in 1847; married a man named John Whitehead in 1871, and married my great-grandfather, Samuel Winebrenner, in 1876.
All of this took place in Monteau county, Missouri.
So its good to see people of my race in the same state I live in, hopefully I will visit the museum soon.
Its so funny when you speak a different language in this country, and white folks get mad " If you are living in America, speak the language" hilarious, since english wasnt the native language of america...
My family has Indian roots and I have tried to find out a little about them.
My maiden name is Crocker and we also are related to the Collins' of Delair.
Hearing it from the American Indians changed everything. Cristina Causing Hi, I really enjoyed reading your site, its great to see such good content and illustrations.remember that our heritage is sacred and unique- not that many people can honestly say that their veins carry our blood. I know very little at this point but would be very appreciative af any help that you can provide.What I do know is that my great-grandmother's name was Pocahontas Pullam or Puliam and her mother's name was Ware.i'm very proud of the poeple who made this site possible- it gives me pride and joy to know that we are making ourselves known.it is about time that people learn who we are and what we have overcome throughout history. i am proud to be native american, and may all who are also be proud of their roots. keep the fires of our backround burning in a world that tries to block it out. anakalia My name is Mike Flinn and I am researching my family history as it relates to the Powhatan People.