South Carolina Native American Tribes

South Carolina Native American Tribes

Posted By Paul G July 29th, 2011 Native American Tribes
Donald Rodgers (Chief)
Catawba Indian Nation
Address Rock Hill SC 29730 Phone: (803) 366-4792Fax: (803) 366-0629: http://www.catawbaindiannation.com
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16 thoughts on “South Carolina Native American Tribes

  1. Susan Barrientos says:

    I’m trying to verify my Native roots. We were told we were Cherokee from South Carolina.

    • Mark Two Blades says:

      PAIA Lower Eastern Cherokee Nation Of SC. The only State recognized Cherokee tribe in SC. Located in Gray Court, Exit 10 off # 385 in Laurens County. Our Pow Wow will be on Sept. 29th 2018. Please come and learn about us.

  2. kathleen Robinette Meade says:

    I AM LOOKING FOR MY GGGGRANDMA’S TRIBE.HER NAME WAS Thankful Hun,born in Williiam Penn’s time. was married to my ggggrand pa ellias Francis;moved to ,their son or gson moved to Kentucky in early 1800’s.could you tell me her tribe or any info .she may have been Ssooni too .i don’t know ,i have been trying and looking fo 25 years.It took me 15 years to find her name,I was so touched and happy to find it,I cried for days.I pray for you and your help. GOD BLESS

  3. Jesse D Carter says:

    I’ve been told that my great grand father was full blooded Catawba. His name was Sylvanus Branch, born 5-24-1873, possibly in Burke County, NC. He died 7-8-1908, in Morganton, NC. I believe he was the son of David and Martha Branch. His daughter was Lula Mae Branch ( Yount )( my grandmother ), born 9-2-1899, possibly in Burke County, NC. She died 2-17-1936, in Hickory, NC. My mother was Helen Ruth Yount ( Carter ), born 12-30-1929, in Hickory, NC. She died 10-20-2009, in Paris, Tn. I am trying to get information on my Catawba ancestry so I can join the Catawba( Nation )tribe. [email protected] , 731-364-6849.

  4. Pamelia Franco says:

    My sister and I were told that we are descendents of the Black Dutch Tribe. I believe they derived from the Cherokee, I have no other information than that, We were born in South Carolina, and North Carolina stateline area was where some of our relatives were from. Any help??

  5. Tequisha says:

    Hey I have been told all my life that I am indian, because of my hair. That my father is Indian I did not get a chance to ask him because he died, but a know that I am different.I have take to Ms. Donna Curtis, if you can help me my father name is Teedie LaRue Moore his birthplace. Was SouthCarolina. Thanks you all it’s been a long time get to get this far.3

  6. just found out im Cherokee all I know is in 1837 when they ran them down the trail of tears my family was among about 300 that took off they slaughtered almost half of them but the rest got away and made it my family lived thru this would like to know more about the ones that never got rounded up an held on the reservation

    • Linda Darlene Bowers says:

      I have been told from family members, my great great great grandmother was survivor of the Trail of Tears, from what I have been told her name was Ava Maria possibly “Day” “Banks” she was born in South Carolina in 1825. Cherokee Indian. She is buried in Louisville, Alabama.

  7. I have been told by family members, my great great great grandmother “Ava Maria” possibly with the name “Day” and last name “Banks.” She was a survivor of Trails of Tears. She was born in 1825 in Chesterfield, South Carolina. She married Brett Grubbs, they lived and died in Louisville, Alabama. I have great grandmother on my mother s side, whom I was told was also a survivor of Trails of Tears. Her name was Mary possibly Malacia. I have the DNA with ancestry and it showed no native American. But I was told I need the raw DNA results

  8. Fletcher Wells says:

    Does anyone have information on my great-grandfather Oville Carter. He was a tribe member in North Carolina

  9. Beverley Wheeler says:

    Senica __________ Heyward part of the Yemassee Tribe. (Married Dick Heyward). Yemassee, south carolina

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