Sims and Lloyd Families

S I M S    F A M I L Y
by Deb

  I have pictures of my Creek grandmothers, I have found, online, documents from the government that they were of the McIntosh Creek Tribe.  Deb

  One thing I did discover is how some of the Sims changed their names.
  My daddy’s grandparents did as well.
  Even on Ancestry.Com it has ,for example, Sams a.k.a Saines whichwas my grandmama’s daddy’s name.       There is also a John Sims.

  Creek Self-Emigrant Roll

   Treaty of July 12, 1775

    1832 Creek Census

    Congressional Serial Set

    List of Creek Reserves (Sold), 20 April 1841 – See John Sims

   Census for the town of Ho tal le Ho yar nar.

 

Sims are listed as family in the Fain Families of Georgia book.

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L L O Y D   F A M I L Y

  Susan Parsons Lloyd was the daughter of S. P. Parsons, son of Water Hunter, a fullblood Cherokee.

 Abrella J. ( aka A.J.) and Green B. Llyod are the parents of James W. Llyod.  James W. and Eliza Llyod are the parents of Lizzie Llyod, my great-grandmother.
Deb

 1860 Federal Census – Newton, GA

 Guion Miller Applications

  Lloyd County, GA Census

 SIMS & LLOYD PHOTOS

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