An additive foray for stories, pictures and information about the ancestry and descendants of the James Family. Remember to wear your helmet, drink plenty of fluids, and enjoy yourself. The research on this blog and on Ancestry.com is for me, my children, my grandchildren, future generations and anyone else who is interested.
The family unit is the most important organization in time and eternity.
Saturday, May 26, 2012
Twelfth Census of the United States Indian Population
Indian Territory, Cherokee Nation, June , 1900, Race Indian, Born in Indian Territory, Father and Mother Born in Georgia. He was a farmer and could read, write and speak English. There were 8 children still at home with the 2 oldest girls Ida and Mahana showing their occupations as servants and the oldest son Robert showing his occupation as farm laborer.