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Note: Every effort has been made to transcribe this information accurately. These records MAY CONTAIN ERRORS. Any corrections and/or additions greatly appreciated. As with any genealogy information, this is a source and should be considered as such. It is up to the researcher to verify the accuracy.
|LAST NAME||FIRST MI||BORN||DIED||COMMENTS||LINK|
|CAMPBELL||Bobby Dean||31 Dec 1930||15 Nov 2010||See More|
|DECKARD||James Arnold||13 Jan 1990||07 Dec 2008||See More|
|DUNCAN||Frances (Ross)||1879||1938||See More|
|DUNCAN||Walter E.||1880||1958||See More|
|GIRDNER||Lillie Belle Tarkington||21 Feb 1932||26 Jun 2006||See More|
|LEE||Delsie Rebecca (Rose)||29 Aug 1935||30 Aug 2011||See More|
|MEIGS||Anna Ross||14 Apr 1865||Child of John Ross & Mary Meigs||See More|
|MEIGS||George Parker||09 Aug 1862||Child of John Ross & Mary Meigs||See More|
|MEIGS||Pope Fielding||09 Nov 1867||Child of John Ross & Mary Meigs||See More|
|NASH||Fanny (Ross)||21 Oct 1844||13 Sep 1878||Wife of T. H. Nash||See More|
|PIBURN||Anne (Ross)||014 Apr 1892||26 Nov 1960||See More|
|ROSS||Frances||01 Jun 1789||12 Oct 1860||Wife of Lewis Ross||See More|
|ROSS||Frances Daniel (Thornton)||17 Nov 1847||31 Dec 1928||Wife of Robert Bruce Ross||See More|
|ROSS||Chief John||03 Oct 1790||01 Aug 1866||Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation 1828 - 1866|
John Ross served the Cherokee people as a principal chief for 38 years.
From 1828 to 1866, he led us through times of great achievement and great sorrow.
In Honor of Service The War of 1812
N.S. U.S.D. 1812
|ROSS||John McDonald||15 Nov 1820|
Near Calhoun, Tenn
|19 Sep 1841||Aged 21 years 9 months|
Son of Lewis & Frances Ross
Nephew of John Ross, Head Chief of the Cherokee Nation
A graduate of the college at Princeton 1841
|ROSS||Lewis||26 Feb 1796||15 Feb 1870||See More|
|ROSS||Lewis||19 Apr 1852||03 Apr 1853||Son of William P. & Mary Ross||See More|
|ROSS||Malcolm||27 Sep 1853||23 Sep 1854||Son of Robert D. & Caroline F. Ross||See More|
|ROSS||Mary Golda||1908||2008||She Reached For The Stars||See More|
|ROSS||Robert Bruce||18 Aug 1845||12 May 1930||1 SGT Co E 2 Indian Home Guard Kans. Inf.||See More|
|ROSS-HICKS||Margaret||1803||1862||Ties That Bind||See More|
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