Once a person was rejected from the rolls, does the rejection apply to his
or her descendents?
YES, UNLESS THEY CAN PROVE OTHERWISE, AND BY THE TIME ALLOWED.
I have been reading and some were rejected due to
application not being turned in on time or maybe the person simply did not
answer the way that the questioner thought that they should have. How does
the rejection affect future generations?
THOSE FREEDMEN ROLLS WERE CLOSED YEARS AGO.
What I submitted was a REJECTED APPLICATION. Some were later
appoved on the Final Roll.In answer to your question above, alot of families
lost out due too filing late. Just like many of the Cherokee could have
gotten citizenship if they had gotten back to their reservation in time. But
many did not know this till it was to late.
You can also check on the Dawes Roll of the Cherokee Freedmen that I
submitted to the list to verify any appoved applicant. They are in your list
Dawes Freedmen Roll--
Surname Given Age Sex Card Page Roll
Gunter Rachel 51 F 434 479 1102
Cherokee Enrollment Cards - Final Rolls</A>
PLEASE NOTE: Whenever I submit a Cherokee Freedmen Rejected Application,
please be sure to check these links to see if they were appoved on the Final