Beth, I know you have gotten a lot of flack over this "Lone Wolf" business.You deserve to know who it is. Since this person has yet to come forth with information, I will identify this person for you.Lone Wolf is actually Terry Townley.He lives in Houston, Missouri.He is related to my father thru my father's deceased uncle who was a Capps.
When you see a Neatsie, Terry or Jesse Townley I believe you have the mother, Jesse and her 2 children, now grown.
Terry's Indian ancestory is through his father and grandparents on his father's side. As I said, his mother was a Capps.
My father is the last of the Capps family that can connect to any kind of Indian Heritage, which he has done.However, Terry would like to be the first to devulge this info.Why?Everyone wants to be first I suppose.
I noticed you had several messages about this.I never read that stuff.I do apologize for any inconvience this identification has caused you.It was not intended to do so.
For those looking for Fly Indians, you will have to connect to someone on the Dawes Roll. (That would be the Trail of Tears Indians) that were forced out of Georgia to Oklahoma.There are no Indian Roll numbers given after that time.Also, the ancestor from the Dawes Roll & descendents would have had to live on the reservation (N>C. or Oklahoma to be eligible for inrollment. Onces they moved off the reservation they lost their citicinship in the Cherokee Nation.The Indians that belong to the Fly and Capps families never lived on a reservation - they lived as white people did.Many Indians fell away from the trail to Oklahoma when the soldiers were not looking.Therefore, Indians in Ga., Tenn., Alabama, Missouri and Texas are disqualified.
As for Terry's Indian Ancestery, I believe he does have a degree of indian blood card through his father and paternal grandparents which would be the Townley name. He does claim he has a card on the Capps.If you chose to follow up on this, you can request a copy of a degree of indian blood card for any given family.
The Capps and Fly Indians ixisted way before the Indian removal.Many put them in the wrong time frame.
Also, there was a group of Cherokee Chickamonga Indians.They lived in Georgia in the area that was actually Williamson Co., Tenn.They had one renegade chief named Draging Canow.There was a terrible battle at Hourseshoe Bend with the Chickamongas.Davy Chrockett participated in it and history says it was one of the most ungodly battles that ever happened.I do hope this helps you live a peaceful life on the internet.I doubt if anyone will read this except perhaps you.The things that Darlene and a few others have shared are great and these people certainly need encouragement.
I will have to put my computer back on high security after printing this.However, if I have helped you it will be O.K.