Surely this can not be all there is to it. My great-grandmother was the daughter of Mack Coleman and her mother was a Cherokee Indian. She died when my great-grandmother was only 3 months old. Her father had one son I understand and they are all deceased. Don’t know if he has any children or not. My great-granmother had two children, a son and a daughter. My great uncle is deceased also and he had three sons and a daughter. The daughter is deceased and so is one of his sons. He had another son who ran away from us because he was angry with his father and he use to live in Grand Prairie, Texas. My grandmother only had two daughters, my mother is deceased and she has a sister who we thought was deceased also but found out after 40 years she was still alive. I went to see her but she had such harsh things to say about my mother that I cannot bear to be in her presence. I have 6 sisters and brothers and 5 children of my own but they could give a damn about a family relationship. Except for one brother who is in Virginia. I know this can not be all there is to my family.
On my great-grand father’s side he had several brothers and they including him are all deceased. I knew one of his brothers children and use to play with them but the boys molested me so I could care less about knowing where they are. I need and want to know the other side of my family. There has got to be family on the Cherokee side but how do I find out.