You are not logged in
Log in
Sign up
Manage family trees
#
Family tree
Source
Languages
Individuals
Last update
Actions
Shoup Family Tree
FTBEnglish4June 13 2014 09:43
- View
Shoup Family Tree - 22022012
FTBEnglish4Mar 9 2014 20:14
- View
Shoup Ringgold Family Tree
FTBEnglish1,139June 29 2014 20:34
- View
SHOUPRINGGOLD FAMILY
FTBEnglish101June 29 2014 08:21
- View
Summary
Family tree: 
About our family tree
Welcome to our family tree!

My name is Geraldine Shoup and I am the Site manager of this Web site.
My genealogy research is focused on the following families: ShoupeCoburnShoupMillerRinggoldIf you wish to contribute genealogy information or send your feedback, please contact me here.
You are also invited to sign the guestbook. Thank you for visiting!
This Website is powered by MyHeritage™. This is a great tool that anyone can use to create a family or genealogy Web site. To learn more about using it to create your own Website, click here.
About our family

My Great-great-grandmother Liza Brown is said to be Cherokee, with the gift of healing and sight.  I would like any information that proves this fact.  I remember seeing this information in my Grandmother Leona Grace Adleman Shoupe's family bible,but the bible disappeared after her death in 1967. I have some of her traits.

My husband Paul Autry Ringgold has a very prestigous family.  His family is in the History books.  His ancestors were givin the whole of the Chesopeake Bay when they came to America in the 1500's.  It is said that his family are desecidents of President Madison and several Generals, Ambassadors, Statemans, Admirals, writers, and supposedly the original family home was sold to President Jackson after it was rebuild several times from Indian attacks on the home.  It is said his original Ringgold ancestor help to write the constitution of Massachucetts colony.  This is documented in the library on the pages of several enteries on Ringgold.  His father Paul L. Ringgold was born in Mena, Ark. and the Titsworths from that area.

Missing pieces
Any one  who can help me in my search for Eliza Brown and her original Cherokee name and her family would be greatly appreciated.  I am 69 and want to prove that what I have been told as a child, that I have Cherokee blood running through my vains, before I leave this earth.  She was from the Kentucky area and was buried in Missourie at the Oldfield Cemetary. She liked to smoke a corn-cob pipe while rocking in her rocking chair on her porch, she could look quite fierce at times, but was gentle when you took the time to listen she had a gental soul
 
Loading...
Loading...