Cherokee Rolls Report
Trying to find proof of your Cherokee roots?
That's where the Customized Cherokee Rolls Report can help.
What is a "surname" and which one should I use?
The surname is the family's last name. For example, a man named John Smith would have Smith as his surname. When selecting which surname(s) to research, I recommend using the surname(s) your Cherokee ancestors were using from 1896-1924, because this was when the most useful rolls were collected
What if my family surname is not on the rolls?
If the surname you've submitted is not on the rolls, I will contact you with the option to either - 1) supply a second surname to be searched, or 2) receive a full refund.
What forms of payment do you accept?
You can pay by Visa, Master Card, Discover, or Paypal using the form above. If you'd prefer to mail a check, please contact me.
How long will it take to get results?
Your request will be addressed via email within one week.
How will I receive the results?
You will receive an email with login information to access the report online, so please be sure you've provided a correct email address.
I ordered a report a week ago, but have not received it. What gives?
Please check the spam box in your email, some email clients (particularly Yahoo, Hotmail, and AOL) send my emails to spam. If you do not find it in your spam folder, please contact me and I will resend it.
If you have a question which is not answered here, please feel free to contact me.
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