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About Sarah Bathia Hicks


Blood: 1/2 Cherokee

Clan: Ani'-Wâ'di = Red Paint (Susie Gourd)

Detachment: 1836, 37-A Pre 1837; claim for disbursement of $2647.5175 as Sarah Hicks, widow, B191


460. ii. ELI7 HICKS, b. March 09, 1810, Oothcalaga, GA; d. March 17, 1834.

461. iii. JAY GA-DA-GI-S-GI HICKS, JUDGE, b. 1811, Oothcalaga, CNE; d. January 29, 1867.

iv. WILLIAM HICKS, JR, b. Abt. 1812.


1817-35 Emg'n Roll 1: November 05, 1833, pg 33, 1 male under 25, Oothcaloga, GA 1817-35 Emg'n Roll 2: 1834, pg 47, came by themselves, 1 male under 25, arrived May 8, 1834 Clan: Ani'-Wâ'di = Red Paint (Susie Gourd) Detachment: 1836, 37-A Pre 1837

462. v. RUTH HICKS, b. 1814, Oothcaloga, GA.

vi. CARRINGTON WHEELER HICKS, b. 1816; d. 1852, near Tahlequah, OK.


1842 Claims: FL1, pg 255, claim 44 1851 Drennan roll: Tahlequah, 532 Clan: Ani'-Wâ'di = Red Paint (Susie Gourd) Education: February 06, 1826, Spring Place Mission School Residence: Abt. 1838, New Echota, GA

463. vii. MARGARET HARRIET HICKS, b. 1817, CNE [GA].

464. viii. ABIJAH SA-LU-TI-WI-S-GI HICKS, b. March 02, 1819; d. June 04, 1862.

465. ix. ELLA HICKS, b. March 02, 1819; d. August 18, 1898.

466. x. ANNA ROSINA HICKS, b. June 22, 1822, Sumac Town, Murray Co, GA; d. 1856.

xi. JOSEPH HICKS, b. Abt. 1823; d. Bef. 1851.

xii. CHARLES HICKS, b. August 25, 1825; d. Cincinnati, OH.


Clan: Ani'-Wâ'di = Red Paint (Susie Gourd)

xiii. JOHN J HICKS, b. 1828; d. Aft. 1851, in California.

	More About JOHN J HICKS:

1851 Drennan roll: Tahlequah, 532 Clan: Ani'-Wâ'di = Red Paint (Susie Gourd)

467. xiv. SARAH ROSALIE HICKS, b. May 27, 1832, Georgia; d. September 20, 1908, Vinita, OK.

468. xv. NANCY ELLEN HICKS, b. April 15, 1835, CNE [GA]; d. January 1895.

iv. Sarah Bathia "Cherokee" Foreman, born 1784 in, TN; died September 01, 1839 in Fairfield, Cherokee Nation, IT, OK; married Chief William Abraham "Cherokee" Hicks 1804 in , , TN; born 1769 in, GA; died Bef. November 1837.

Notes for Sarah Bathia "Cherokee" Foreman: Blood: 1/2 Cherokee Clan: Paint (Susie Gourd) Emmet Starr, Foreman 1-5 Detachment: 1836, 37-A Pree 1837; claim for disburement of $2647.51 as Sarah Hicks, widow, B191. Baptism (LDS): June 17, 1995, PORTL Endowment (LDS): February 15, 1996, PORTL Sealed to parents (LDS): June 08, 1996, PORTL

Notes for Chief William Abraham "Cherokee" Hicks: Clan: Wolf Clan 1827 - 1828, Principal Chief of Cherokee 1833 Cenusus roll: Oothcaloga GA, Wm Hicks Sr. Age +50 (b Bef 1783), Wm Hicks Jr. age -25 (b c1808) 1835 Census roll: Oothcaloga, GA Emmet Starr, E Starr, 363 List of students UBM at Spring Place, 1804-1834. Table 5, p407-418, The Brainerd Journal lists three students that entered the mission on 12/07/1818, Edward, Jesse and a Polly Hicks. (who is Polly Hicks?)

Notes of Starr, Letter bks A-F, v, p119 note C641. William and his wife are shown as parents or guardians of George Hicks (nephew). v. Catherine "Cherokee" Foreman, born April 17, 1785 in TN; died November 23, 1842 in Stillwell, Ok, Burial: Hungry Mountain, Oklahoma; married James "Cherokee" Bigby 1800 in Amohee Dist, TN; born September 06, 1778 in, TN.; died November 16, 1855 in Flint District, Cherokee Nation, IT.

Notes for Catherine "Cherokee" Foreman:

Blood: 1/2 Cherokee Clan: Paint (Susie Gourd) 1851 Drennan roll: Flint, #611 Emmet Starr, Foreman 1-2

Notes for James "Cherokee" Bigby: Blood; 1/4 Cherokee

Emmet Starr, E Starr, 363, 566 1835 Census roll: Candy's Creek, McMinn Co, TN, 0m18-, 2m18+, 1f16-, 3f16+ Detachment : October 27, 1838, 38-08 Chuwaluka/Wafford/Clark, as Interpreter. 1851 Drennan roll: Flint, #611

The Cherokee James Bigby was born in 1779 in that portion of the Cherokee Nation that was fighting, with British support, against the American rebels in the Carolinas, Virginia , & Georgia. Thus, it is likely that the white father of James Bigby was a Tory, residing with the Chickamauga band of Cherokees. The diaries kept by Moravian missionaries at Spring Place, GA in the early 1800's suggest that a white man named Samuel Bigby was very likely the father of James Bigby (whose cousin Peggy Scott was the principal wife of Chief James Vann, the patron of the Spring Place school). According to Rev. Jeremiah Horn, 1794-1867: He lived in Amohee District, Tennessee. James was interested in education . He and his brother-in-law, Thomas Foreman and Hair Conrad petitioned for a school to be established by the American Board of Commissioners for foreign missions. The school was established in 1824 called Candy's Creek Mission. After the Cherokee removal one of the eighteen schools in the Cherokee Nation in 1845 was at their home. April 8, 1813, James Bigby wrote Return J. Meigs for a permit to run a ferry on the Tennessee River near mouth of Baker's Creek and to build a road from it to meet road opened by Rogers. He had already gotten permission from Major Delso, proprietor of the other side of the river.

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Sarah Bathia Hicks's Timeline

Bradley County, Tennessee, United States
March 9, 1810
Age 22
Cherokee Nation East (Georgia)
Age 23
Cherokee Nation East (Georgia)
Age 24
Age 26
Oothcalooga, Cherokee Nation East, Georgia, United States
Age 28
Age 29
Cherokee Nation East, Georgia, United States
March 2, 1819
Age 31
March 2, 1819
Age 31
June 22, 1822
Age 34
Sumac Town, Cherokee Nation East, Georgia, United States