Both my children are Peppers, and appear to show some physical appearance of their alleged Cherokee heritage. However, I have hit the brick wall with their great grandfather, Warren Lee Peppers. There are both Arkansas and Texas connections. Ancestors are:
Warren Lee Peppers, Sr. DOB: around 1910 Spouse: Lucy Cornelius
Siblings: Calvin Peppers, who had no children.
Olive Peppers, who married Krieger. She had one daughter, Laverne. They lived in Galviston.
Child: Warren Lee Peppers, Jr. (Nick name, Bob)
Birth date: around 1929 Place of Birth: Unknown Marriage Date: 1950
Spouse: Eva Jean Hammner
Place of Marriage: Hot Springs, AR
At different times Warren Lee Peppers, Sr. and his wife lived in Texarkana, Galvaston, and Jefferson, Texas. In 1950, they lived in Hot Springs, AR.
Warren Lee Peppers, Sr. was a Baptist minister. He said that if his only son did not have any male children, his line of the Peppers family would come to an end. This must indicate that he was the only male child in his family.
Warren Lee, Sr.’s only son was Warren Lee Peppers, Jr. (Nick name, Bob)
Warren Lee Peppers, Jr. (Nick name, Bob) had four sons with Eva Jean 1.Thomas Michael (Mike) Peppers 2.Phillip Edward Peppers 3.Robert Lee Peppers 4.Joe Peppers