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Dear Terry Wood,
Thank you for posting your request on History Hub!
The common Dawes-era rolls typically referred to for membership purposes and would not include your 4th great-grandmother as they were all created at the end of the 19th and early 20th century, decades after her death. There is a Chapman roll taken of Cherokee east of the Mississippi in 1851 to comply with the 1835 treaty, but that was close to her date of death.
The National Archives in Washington D.C. has Cherokee removal records dating back to 1817, ledgers of those who wanted to stay, those who left, and those who were removed in the ensuing decades. The Creek removal did not really start until the early 1830’s.
The Cherokee and the bands that made up the Creek were a large presence with decades of intermarrying in American’s early years and perhaps your great-grandmother is part of this story.
We hope this information is helpful.
[Information provided by Cody White, Subject Matter Expert]