My family has a story of an Indian G'mother in the Feeback lineage.From KY, story goes:this G'mother ran a whiskey still, smoked a pipe, had many children and the husband was heavy drinker.
I hope I am not out of line or offending anyone but, this is a common folk tale used to hide the Melungeon heritage of many from the Appalachians.(note:I do have the shovel teeth and ridge on the back of the head)
It matters not to me which tribe or type . . . just wanting to uncover the truth.
Another Feeback family tale I have always heard:refers to a G'father who was found dead and face with a lucky coin in his pocket (this from Missouri area)
My lineage seems impossible to follow - Grandfather:Walter Caleb Feeback - I believe his father is Charles, I have no middle name or initial for Chas.He was however married to Louisa (May or Jane) Hill.
I found a marriage record for Charles H to Louisa Hill 3/14/89 witness:ZR Richey and Fillmore Feeback.