Hello, Cousin Robert: As you may know, the Robert Cureton who married Elizabeth Conner, daughter of Maximilian Conner, in 1814 in Greene County, TN, was supposedly widowed by 1821. I don't know where Elizabeth Conner Cureton is buried. He left two children, William Cureton (later a Methodist minister) and Charity Cureton, to be raised by his brother Richard Cureton III and Richard's wife, Winifred B. Conner (Elizabeth's sister). Then Robert Cureton supposedly left Greene County, TN, with other individuals and went to the Sequatchie Valley (which was still Cherokee territory). He there married a Sarah Webb, whose ancestry is unknown to me, but could be linked to the Cherokee. Robert and Sarah Cureton later returned to Cocke County, TN, and were living in that general area in the 1830 census and the 1840 census. There was a second family of children, including Robert Henry Cureton and your Lewis Anderson Cureton, I believe. I don't know any specifics about the wife of Lewis Anderson Cureton; I would think that the marriage of Sarah Webb to Robert Cureton might be the link to the Cherokee nation. Let me know what you think. There are Cherokee Nation records that can be checked.