chief Langley I want to say thank you for the work that you are doing. All the info. is a great help to all. Hats off to you my brother.(again thk u)~~~!!!
Laval Lev Malachi posted to Lonzado Langley
Just finished reviewing the Uchean Tribe website and I am highly impressed with all the detailed information provided. Wow you do great professional work - stay the straight course because only success is in your future. You are an Icon and a credit to your people.
Najla Lylesposted to Lonzado Langley
Thank you. Your work is very valuable to my family. I look forward to working with you.
Dalton Terrelle posted to Lonzado Langley
Halito Chief Langley, love what you are doing here. My family is one of many Aboriginal families who are renegade Indians. We know we are Mississippi Choctaw our elder spoke Chahta as do I but the names are lost. I'm trying to pass the 1800s. You have given me many new ideas. To all that you are doing for the Aborigines and the Indigenous people of America, Yokoke my brother
DrMumbo Jumbo posted to Lonzado Langley
Halito Chief Langley, Thank you for accepting my friend request and all of the work that you're doing for indigenous Americans!
William Bell posted to Lonzado Langley
Thank you for the accept Bro Lonzado Langley, I am definitely learning a lot from your instructions to search census records etc.
Beverly A Harper posted to Lonzado Langley
Luv all your post and thanks for accepting my friend request, keep putting the message out there.
this is a beautiful thing you all are doing. This says a lot about us as true, loving people
Lonzado...I had to reach out to you and say thank you, thank you, thank you for sharing the link with me. I listened to it in it's entirety (replaying some parts of it). The information you share is amazing and I am so glad our paths have crossed.
There's a saying that goes something like "When the student is ready, the teacher appears." I don't know how (other than by divine appointment) our paths crossed, but I have a feeling I am to learn much from/through you and for that, I am excited.
I have sooo many questions but I think I need to calm down and get them into some sort of intelligible order so I will not sound like some sort of babbling dumb-dumb.
I'll be in touch.
i have had some improvements on my genealogy since your class
Chief, AWESOME conference call! U are SO INSPIRING! Thank u so much! while researching, i came across this u.s. doc, were they admit to failure & negligence of Col. Ward for not adding Ms Choctaw to rolls of which they applied after which, they took & sold the land. thought i'd share!
Chief Langley, thank you very much for this information. I am trying to decipher it now and comprehend it. My initial thoughts are that these maybe different sets of people. I am seeing new names. I am up for this task. I am very grateful for your guidance. I am willing and ready to learn everything that you are willing to share with me. I am going to establish my family(tribe) in our rightful place. Thank you very much. much respect chief
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Lonzado Langley Chief -Professional Forensic Genealogist/Colonial Historian on Indian Slavery and Colonial Slave Trade 15th-19th Century. Subject matter expert on colonial race laws. Savannah River Uchee and Apalche Historian ,South Carolina and Georgia.
Irma Suggs Researcher and Family Historian on Early Virginia Colonial Laws. Maryland, DC, VA
Honorable - Beverly A. Harper
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Irma Suggs - Family Historian