1785 James Chagum’s Cattle Mark


Donated by Paul Hart & Barkhamsted Historical Society

 

Donated by Paul Hart & Barkhamsted Historical Society

 

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  1. Darlene E. Monroe

     /  December 11, 2013

    Greetings Coni, I am researching my family tree and have discovered your web page which caught my attention. I am of Narragansett Native Indigenous. I have a federal enrollment # from my fathers side he is a descendant from the Dawes Roll of 1880. However, my mom was once on the rolls but was removed in the late 80’s according to my research She is a descendant of James Hazard born 1825 who married Louisa Hazard and they had a son Albert hazard. Louisa’s Mother was Violet Sands born 1798. Do you have any information in relationship to my James Hazard

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