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Subject: RE: [DNA] North Carolina Tribe Recognizes DNA for Tribal Enrollment Card
Date: Thu, 07 Apr 2005 17:27:51 +0000
Being that I have traced my line back to these area and have them listed as Mulatto on census paper. I have shown some interest in trying to figure out the Mulatto(b 1803). The Catabaw are in this area with Waccamaw and share a language dialect with Siouxian. Reading a paper on Y-DNA on east coast tribe I had a 6 or 8 exact match with who ever they got their reselt from. Course this is to low of a sample to take serious. I know at some point a lot of folks from these tribe merged with Lumbie in Robeson County, NC and there are tons of with surname of Hunt like myself. I had two paternal event where father died while children are less then 2 yrs old for first one and 10 and under for second generation.
My father and I currently do not match any other Hunt in databse at ysearch. What interesting I seem to match folks of nordic origin but still do not know sinec I see an event where mother could not get married and gave birth to 4 daughter 1 son. I see 3 census with no male in household but they was free other folks.
I patiencely wait I have no desire to request government assisant but I really like to know my paternal line and it history.
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> Wouldn't it be nice to have all the tribes sign up for these
> DNA tests before the "full" is gone...and not necessarily as
> requirement for tribal membership.
> Had no idea the Sioux lived in the East...
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