|These people have either proven Indian ancestry
VERY LIKELY Indian ancestry
|Elizabeth||She was the wife of Johann Isaac Hanold and was very likely of the Lenapi tribe in what is now New Jersey.
5th great grand mother.
|Laura||Laura was the wife of William B.
Fowler. She may actually be Laura Calkins and NOT Indian.
Family lore has it that she was of the Iriquois Indians tribe of
New York State.
4th great grand mother
|Name not known||This woman was NOT a wife, but only associated with Germain Doucet, 11th great grand father, in what is now Nova Scotia. She was a MicMac Indian and DNA research supports this. She may have been called Françoise by the settlers, but this surely was not her Indian name|
|Daughter of Germain Doucet||This woman was the daughter of Germain Doucet, 11th ggf and married Pierre LaJeune II in Acadia, who is 9th great grand uncle. Her father may have been Joseph. Since these tribes did not use surnames as did the Euopeans we can assume that this name was given to him by the settlers. She was of the MicMac tribe. mTDna research supports the MicMac tribe connection for her and for her sister, Catherine.|