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The descendants of Anthony Foreman, a Scotchman who married two full blood Cherokee wives.

11 Anthony Foreman. Susie and Elizabeth A26
1112 John Foreman. Nannie Drumgoole nee Doublehead and Ruth Springston
2 Catherine Foreman. James Bigby
OK 3 Thomas Foreman. Susannah Brewer nee Fields
4 Nannie Foreman. Bushyhead
5 Sallie Foreman. William Hicks
6  Richard Bark Foreman. _____and Rachel Seabolt
7 Archibald Foreman. Aky Brewer and Theresa Kerr A27
8 Elsie Foreman. James Spears
9 Stephen Foreman. Sallie W. Riley and Ruth Candy nee Riley
10 Edward Foreman. Minerva Kerr
11 Mary Foreman. Thomas Barnes
12 Alexander Foreman. Ruth Phillips* and Sarah Fields
111213 Richard Foreman. Sallie and Dorcas Rattlinggourd
2 John Foreman. Lucretia and Ya-ki-ny
OK 3 James Foreman. Delialh Fields
4 Elizabeth Foreman. Edley Springton
5 Elizabeth Foreman. John Elliott
6 Johnson Foreman. Elizabeth B. Mann
112213 Mary Ann Bigby. David Taylor A28
2 Jennie Bigby. Andrew Taylor
OK 3 Thomas Wilson Bigby. Margaret Catherine Adair
4 James Bigby* Louisa Levi
5 Elizabeth Bigby. Moses Fields
6 Wiley Bibgy. Mary McLaughlin and Elnora Nicholson
7 Sallie Bigby. Leonard Bonaparte Williams
8 Jackson Bigby*
9 Susie Bigby. Felix Riley
10 Malinda Bigby. William Guilliams and Jesse Redman
113213 Nannie Foreman. Allen Gafford and Martin North
2 Samuel Foreman. Sallie Rattlinggourd

A26. Anthony Foreman was a Scotchman. His second wife, Elizabeth was a niece of his first wife.

A27. Archibald Foreman was born on January 1, 1801 and died on May 28, 1838.

A28. Mary Ann Bigby was born on August 9, 1802. She married David Taylor, born December 16, 1791 in Orange County, Virginia.

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MLA Source Citation:

Starr, Emmett. History of the Cherokee Indians and Their Legends and Folk Lore. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: The Warden Company. 1921 Web. 26 August 2016.
- Last updated on Oct 21st, 2012

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