Clarence, my linage has been documented.For anyone who wonders what an Apache grandfather and a Cherokee grandmother (which sounds like a third grader making up crap for show and tell) would produce for a grandson, search YouTube.com for Heavy Fed. You will get an eyeful and hear from his mouth the delusions he spouts as reality. Really? Stopped the bombing of a federal building? Which one? If we all heard about the plan in Dallas that was thwarted, why didn't we hear of yours? Not what I would think an Apache warrior would look like.
BTW, they would cut the tongue out of a liar. Might want to keep your mouth shut at your family reunions.
I was enlisted in the United States Navy as Hispanic of Indian origin in 1988.
My grandfather on my fathers side was half Apache.
My grandmother on my mothers side was half Cherokee.
There was more American Indian heritage in my family, but they only needed to document an 1/8th of it.
My grandmother on my fathers side was Jewish.
My grandfather on my mothers side had a little Black in him.
They all had a little bit of white man in them.... and that's who I mostly took after.
But really, I don't claim any ethnicity.
It's silly to claim to be any one thing when you are of such a mixed heritage.