Hi, Ed/Faye:If you email me direct I can give you everything I have, plus connect you with a couple of other cousins who are researching this line.John Potts did serve in the Rev War, but there were two John Potts from SC, and their records were crossed several times, so it's hard to be sure which was which. These records pertain to our John:Georgia Cherokee Land Lottery, 1832about John PottsName:John PottsNumber:97District:22d DISTRICT, SECOND SECTION, CHEROKEEResidence:Jones'sCounty:HabershamComment:revolutionary soldier.Georgia Cherokee Land Lottery, 1832about John PottsName:John PottsNumber:263District:SIXTH DISTRICT, THIRD SECTION, CHEROKEEResidence:Jones'sCounty:HabershamComment:revolutionary soldier.; granted previous to the first day of January, 1838Also, your Isaac who married Rachel Black -- I found him in 1850 Calloway Co., KY census and then Rachel without him (presuming he already died) in 1860 Tishomingo Co., MS. In 1838 Isaac received 2nd section in 4th district in the Georgia Cherokee Lottery. Him and Rachel were married 18 Feb 1818 in Madison Co., AL. I also have that a couple of their kids were born in Bradley Co., TN. Hope these locations help.I'm descended from John & Hannah's son David through his son Joshuah through daughter Mattie Potts through daughter Beulah Wilson to my grandma Jesse Brewer. They moved from Cass/Bartow Co., GA to Crawford Co., AR to Indian Territory/Muskogee Co., OK.Hope this helps a bit.