Wow - it's been awhile since I checked this board!! Sorry about the delay.
I actually have no major additions to the tree although I have been slowly adding information to my line from Sarah Elizabeth Jackson > Jasper Newton Collier > William Albert Collier > me and mine.
However, as time permits I have gone to Lone Chapel Cemetery and photographed several headstones relating to decendants and ancestors. With those I have been able to accurately document name, dob & dod on several. I will gladly share any photo.
I downloaded the free version of Legacy and have all my documented information updated. Hopefully I will find time to put it online somewhere in the near future.
As a side note (in case someone isn't aware) Chow-E-You-Cah and Cherokee George were NOT their Cherokee names for two reasons!
One - there are no R's in the Cherokee language so even the word Cherokee is not Cherokee. There are different stories to how this word came about - but - tsalagi ( prounounced Sha-La-Gi) is the actual name.
Two - Chow-E-You-Cah is a phonetic spelling in English of how her name may have sounded to the person who spelled it for the first time. The ending (ah) is typical of the eastern Cherokee way to end any sentence and there are no capitols in the Cherokee language.
Holler when ya can!
PS - contact me anytime at my Yahoo firstname.lastname@example.org