Noticed on your other posts that you mentioned PIERCE information re: Redwin and Hugh PIERCE.The name of Redwine sounds familiar and it is entirely possible that the Hugh PIERCE connected to Redwine PIERCE might be of the lineage that it is believed that I descend from and that is Hugh PIERCE, (RS,) born:abt. 1749 in Frederick County, Virginia, who married a Cherokee woman named Sophia/Sofia HUNTER who was the daughter of father:Bold HUNTER and mother:Beaver TOTER/TOATER, (whom is shown in the 1835 or 1838 Cherokee census in Georgia and also mentioned in a book: CHEROKEE PLANTERS IN GEORGIA.)She is said to have been a land deed holder only 3 years after the first of the Cherokee Chiefs were given land deeds by the U.S. Government leading me to believe she was probably the daughter of a Cherokee Chief.And/or her husband, Bold HUNTER, father of Sophia/Sofia HUNTER, might possibly have been the original holder of the land deed.This Bold HUNTER is said to have been born abt. 1750 in North Carolina and is known to have migrated south and shown in the same locations and time frames through the South as was (Chief) John BOWLES/BOLES, aka Bold HUNTER, aka DUWALI/D'IWALI and recently I was told another nickname for him was "Billy Bowlegs."
I believe that the Bold HUNTER who was father of Sophia HUNTER and the Bold HUNTER who was also known as (Chief) John BOWLES and DUWALI/D'IWALI are the same person.He died on July 16, 1839 in the last Battle of the Texas Cherokee which he led at the age of 83 when the Texas Cavalry went to take back the land which had been given to the Cherokee and Associated bands of friendly Indians by former (President) Sam HOUSTON but was being taken back by his successor (President) Mirabeau LAMAR.(Chief) John BOWLES dies in what is today a small clearing in the woods about 20 miles from Canton, Van Zandt County, Texas and close to Rusk, Henderson County, Texas where in 1849 Sophia HUNTER died and was buried.
In addition, the SUMRALL family also married into the MYRICK family.