Sarah Elizabeth Ross, niece of Cherokee Chief John Ross, is buried in the Calhoun (Tenn.) First Baptist Church Cemetery. The 2-year-old girl died in 1824 and her stone is one of the oldest in the town.
Sarah Elizabeth Ross, niece of Cherokee Chief John Ross, is buried in the Calhoun (Tenn.) First Baptist Church Cemetery. The 2-year-old girl died in 1824 and her stone is one of the oldest in the town.
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published Thursday, June 27th, 2013
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