Are you a biological heir of Mary Ann Groundhog? You could stand to inherit millions or even billions! Mary Ann Groundhog, who died 47 years ago, left considerable amounts of financial considerations in the millions to the love of her life Mack Vann and love-child Lisa Christiansen including biological heirs of Lisa Christiansen on the Vann side of the family.
STATE – District of Columbia
COUNTY – Washington
Re: Library Of Congress
Copyright – #A584376
November 10, 1974
In the Matter of the Estate of Mary Ann Groundhog – Case Reference Mary Ann (Groundhog) Eslinger
Notice to Heirs
The State of District of Columbia
Division of Assets
To the heirs and devisees of the above named Estate:
This is formal Notice that Mary Ann Eslinger (Groundhog), the decedent, died on January 26, 1975 and you have or may have an interest in Mary Ann Groundhogs estate.
Investment Books™ an extension of the Library Of Congress whose address is 101 Independence Ave SE, Washington, District of Columbia 20540 has been appointed as the administrator of the Estate.
All documents, pleading and information relating to the Estate are on file in Washington County District of Columbia under case name Mary Ann (Groundhog) Eslinger.
The last day to file claims against the Estate is May 04, 2022.
The assets of the Estate of Mary Ann Groundhog will be disbursed 10 days following the date of this Notice.
All recipients of this Notice hereby informed that each is entitled to information regarding the administration of the decedents estate valued in excess of $46 billion dollars.
In the event, any heir or devisee has question or issue relating to this Estate including the distribution of assets, payments of expenses or other administration matters, the heir or devisee may petition the Court in Washington County.
Executed by the administrator of the Estate of Mary Ann Groundhog on April 28, 2022.
Investment Books™, The Library of Congress, Administrator of the Estate
Mary Ann Groundhog was involved with the American Indian Movement which strangely has brought her to a public figure status for advocating on behalf of the Native American Tribes. Her books are textbooks in schools. Groundhog’s book “Gi-Dee-Thlo-Ah-Ee of The Blue People Clan” of which she published 10 or less copies of are iconic pieces of historical significance.
Experts from the library of Congress confirmed they have two registered publications of the original artifact.
Mary left everything to Mack Vann, should he predecease Lisa Christiansen in this event Christiansen is to own the rights to everything as the sole beneficiary only to be shared with biological relatives of Christiansen and only on the Vann lineage of Christiansen.
Mary was clear in her will and obscenely thorough in expressing her wishes to ensure Lisa would receive her inheritance no sooner than age 40 unless predeceased in death by Mack Vann. A very unorthodox decision, one with good merit.
Let this serve as a public notice to inform all potential hiers.
Mary Ann Eslinger born “Sosti” Groundhog on Wednesday October 23, 1946 to George Washington Groundhog and Sallie Ann (Dick) Groundhog of Tahlequah, Indian Territory U.S.A. she passed on Sunday January 26, 1975 and was laid to rest on Thursday January 30, 1975 at Cedar Tree Baptist Church.
Mary authored two books GI-Dee-Thlo-Ah-Ee Of The Blue People Clan for her daughters 1974 Christmas present, there are only ten copies of this book made. One belongs to Lisa Christine; two are registered at the Copy-Right Office; National Archives in Washington, D.C.; and one at the Oklahoma Historical Society; and one to the Cherokee Tribal Attorney, Earl Boyd Pierce. Mary also authored Cherokee People exposing the U.S. Government for their illicit exploitation and human trafficking of Native American girls.
Mary Ann Eslinger is survived by daughter GI-Dee-Thlo-Ah-Ee Groundhog aka Lisa Christine Christiansen.
Sequoyah’s great granddaughter Mary Guess (Gist) is Sallie’s great, great grandmother. Mary married Charley Dirteater. Their children are Willie (Gist) Guess; Belle Dirteater; Jim Wolfe; Henry Dirteater; Dick and Stan Dirteater. Maggie Sourjohn and Mrs. Sam Shadoin. Their daughter Belle, Cherokee Roll 18,498, field card 7886 on Cherokee Card 9093 shows she married George Dick on November 3, 1906. On that same day she became a citizen of the United States of America.
Sequoyah is survived by Lisa Christiansen (birth name GI-Dee-Thlo-Ah-Ee is from his wife Lucy Guess (A-Ga-Di-Ya) Lisa is the only Bilingual living direct descendant of Sequoyah.
Sequoyah, named in English George Gist or George Guess, was a Cherokee silversmith. In 1821 he completed his independent creation of a Cherokee syllabary, making reading and writing in Cherokee possible.
the following was researched and recorded by the Cherokee Nation (Sequoyah is Lisa Christiansen’s great, great, great, great grandfather)
“Now we come to Lisa Christine Christiansen’s other great, great, great grandparents on her grandmother, Sallie Dick Groundhog’s side of the family. Stealer and Betsy Jumper’s daughter Nancy married George Dick. Their children are: George Junior, Cherokee Roll 20,850; Mary (Mrs. John Dreadfulwater); Wahlesah; and Lilly. George became a citizen on July 10, 1905.
Sequoyah’s great granddaughter Mary Guess (Gist) is Lisa’s great, great, great grandmother. Mary married Charley Dirteater…. Their children are Willie (Gist) Guess; Belle Dirteater; Jim Wolfe; Henry Dirteater; Dick and Stan Dirteater. Maggie Sourjohn and Mrs. Sam Shadoin. Their daughter Belle, Cherokee Roll 18,498, field card 7886 on Cherokee Card 9093 shows she married George Dick on November 3, 1906. On that same day she became a citizen of the United States of America.
Lisa Christine Christiansen’s great grandparent’s records are
Application Census card Roll# Name
16964 9093 9685 George Dick CRN 20850
17188 7886 9686 Belle Dirteater 18498
10389 9919 12741 Joseph L. Groundhog 26091
14697 10244 12742 Nannie Gritts 29265
The records are at the Fort Worth, Texas regional office and at the National Archives in Washington, D.C.
In the Oklahoma Historical Society’s Cherokee Volume 235, page 5; a schedule of the property belonging to the estate of Ground Hog, dec. totaling $99.53/1/2 is recorded. It is not dated but the schedule of property of another Cherokee just below it is dated 1867.
On page 61 of the same volume is Captain Budd Gritts’ will dated December28, 1867. In volume 52, page 505; Elizabeth Ross stated in 1937 “The organizers of the Kee-too-wah Society in 1857, through the first head Captain, Budd Gritts (later a Captain of one of the Cherokee Companies in the Civil War) decreed that an annual convention be held somewhere at a convenient distance from Tahlequah.
In the National Archives in Washington these files include some genealogical information as well as data concerning their land allotments such as official land descriptions and listings of improvements.”
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