remember that our heritage is sacred and unique- not that many people can honestly say that their veins carry our blood. I know very little at this point but would be very appreciative af any help that you can provide.
What I do know is that my great-grandmother's name was Pocahontas Pullam or Puliam and her mother's name was Ware.
I have been studying and gathering geneology for my family on my own and from others.
I am honored and delighted to discover that I am the 14th great-grandaughter of Rebecca Rolfe, otherwise known as POCAHONTAS, through her son's marriage.
Hearing it from the American Indians changed everything. Cristina Causing Hi, I really enjoyed reading your site, its great to see such good content and illustrations.I now have a better understanding and greater appreciation of Indian people as the first inhabitants of this nation that I love. I do pray that God will restore you as a people in your rightful place in this land of plenty and opportunity. I invite everyone to visit our dating sites directory also. Eugen Dalling I love your web page, i wish you would have more festivals throught the year, especially in the summer.I don't know how, I don't know when, but He will do it again, as the song goes. I a myself am indian but from the island of cuba, (Arawak Indian)and have no knowledge of anyone else who might be from this tribe except for people in my family who still reside in that island.I am now trying to learn more about Ware and her ties to the Powhatan people. Peace, Michael Gerety Mike Ive been in foster homes and so I was unable to learn about my family history. Im told that my mother was Cherokee and her father was a son of a chief,possibly a chief of the nation of The People but for unfortunate reasons I dont know.Any help you could provide would be greatly appreciated. I have children of my own now and they are curiuse.