It is POSSIBLE (but very slight) that someone intermarried with a person of Indian blood but from the birth history and names (Anderson, Steele, Brown, Wells, and so forth) it appears not. One must remember that many of the Indian tribes we think of as inhabitants of Kansas and Oklahoma were once inhabitants of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia and so forth. So it's possible. I think the possibility of us being of Cherokee or any of the tribes from the south is almost nil.
Well, not to bust your bubble, and I hope not too disappointing, but history is what it is and we are what we are. Above all though, we can be sure of one thing: We can all be children of the King through the shed blood of His Son, our Saviour, who we celebrate this month.
Merry Christmas to you all, Indians and Dutchmen alike.