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MCR-14th Article Claimants that did not' sign Affidavits under Senate S-Bill 7625 by 1912-16-

Leo Pergson Leo Pergson

posted on April 10 and updated on April 10

United States Congress. Five Civilized Tribes In Oklahoma, S. 7625, a Bill for the Relief
of Certain Members of the Five Civilized Tribes in Oklahoma"

MCR-14th Article Claimants that did not’ sign Affidavits under S-Bill 7625 by 1912-16-
Whereas, Most were deceased- or no longer living in the Territory-

However these MCR-14th Article Claimants under the same Dawes Commission Criteria were still be entitled to Recognition as et.,al., Members of Mississippi Choctaws, "Family Group Cards “For the Identification as Mississippi Choctaws” under this HR- House Of Representative Senate- July 12, 1912 Bill- HR-7625- Furthermore these MCR-14th Article Claimants that were listed under July 12,1912- HR Bill 7625-

MCR-14th Article Claimants of Maggie Nickey (now John). Billy Nickey, Sam Nickey, Bettie Russell Nickey, Mollie Mas Nickey "MCR-14th Article Case Files "Who are now Recognized Members of the 1954 Mississippi Band of Choctaws- who were by Over-Site-Mistake by the Government Official Never Enrolled or placed on MCR-14th Article Dawes Commission enrollment on “Special 1,540 MCR-Mississippi Choctaws”

To “Define and Make Clear” as to the MCR-14th Article Dawes Commission enrollment on
“Special 1,540 MCR-Mississippi Choctaws” By Mistake- Over-Site-Fraud- by the Government
and who were not’ Transferred over onto the Feb 8, 1887 Dawes Commission Final Rolls"

Dawes Commission MCR-1412 who were not enrolled as result of mistake of Government
Officers. “Dawes Commission Agents/Officers”

United States Congress. Five Civilized Tribes In Oklahoma, Reports of the Department of the
Interior and Evidentiary Papers in support of S. 7625, a Bill for the Relief of Certain Members of the Five Civilized Tribes in Oklahoma"

Report of Commissioner J. George Wright, dated November 15, 1907, containing list of
claimants who were found to be entitled to be enrolled, but who were not enrolled as result
of mistake of Government officers. "Dawes Commission Agents/Officers

Mississippi Choctaws (Acts of June 28, 1898. 30 Stat., 495. and July 1, 1902, 32 Stat.. 641.]
Maggie Nickey (now John). Billy Nickey, Sam Nickey, Bettie Russell Nickey, Mollie Mas Nickey.
“MCR-14th Article Case Files”

Assistant Secretary Adams, dated April 22, 1912-13
The Five Civilized Tribes in Oklahoma.

[S. 7625, Sixty-second Congress, third session.] A BILL For the relief of certain members of the Five Civilized Tribes in Oklahoma.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in congress assembled. That the Secretary of the Interior be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to-

First. Add to the rolls of the Five Civilized Tribes the names of minors living March fourth, nineteen hundred and six (1906) either of whose parents is on said rolls or would have been entitled to have been enrolled, if living, at the date fixed for determining the right to enrollment, and also the names of
Indians incarcerated, insane, or otherwise incompetent, Including those who would be in the restricted class if enrolled for whom no application was made or proper proof submitted within the time limit provided by law, but who were otherwise entitled to enrollment under the laws governing such matters.

Second. To consider and determine all claims for enrollment in any of said tribes which were favorably decided by the commissioner to the Five Civilized Tribes, but which did not reach the Secretary of the Interior in time for consideration and decision on or before March fourth, nineteen hundred and seven,
(1907) adding to the rolls of said tribes the names of those he may find entitled to enrollment.

Third. To prepare a special roll which shall contain the names of all persons identified as Mississippi Choctaws prior to March fourth, nineteen hundred and seven, (1907) as well as those entitled to such identification but who did not remove to and make bona fide settlement In the Choctaw or Chickasaw
Nation within the time prescribed by law.

Fourth. To review and determine, In conformity with the laws governing such matters at the time applications were made and upon the records as made up, all citizenship cases in said tribes decided by the Secretary of the Interior January first, nineteen hundred and seven, (1907) or subsequently thereto, adversely to the claimants and to add to the rolls of said tribe the name of any person he may find entitled to enrollment, excluding, however, those cases involving applications for transfer of names from the freedmen’s roll to the rolls of citizens by blood.

Fifth. To review and determine the right to enrollment upon the existing records and under the law under which application was made of any person found by the commission to the Five Civilized Tribes or the United States courts in Indian Territory to be entitled to enrollment, but who were prevented from being
enrolled by any finding, judgment, or decree of the Choctaw-Chickasaw citizenship court, and to enroll such as-may be found to he so entitled upon the proper tribal roll.

Sixth. To determine the right to enrollment of persons whose applications were denied under the act of May thirty-first, nineteen hundred, (1900) because of lack of tribal enrollment who are shown by existing records to be otherwise prima facie entitled to enrollment because of Indian blood and residence, said determination to be irrespective of the act of May thirty-first, nineteen hundred (1900)

Source:
United States Congress. Five Civilized Tribes In Oklahoma, Reports of the Department of the
Interior and Evidentiary Papers in support of S. 7625, a Bill for the Relief of Certain Members of the Five Civilized Tribes in Oklahoma, Sixty-second Congress, Third Session. Department of the Interior, United States. 1913. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 29 March 2014.

http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/report-of-commissioner-j-george-wright-November-15-1907.

Are you a Proven by Vital Records an Ancestor of an MCR-14th Article Claimant- Searching for any’ Avenues and Criteria- of Federal/National Records and Resolves within your Ancestors MCR-14th Article claimants Recognition’ as “Mississippi Choctaws” Send your Criteria Info- To Understand about all the Misconstrued Info- as MCR-4th Article “Mississippi Choctaw” Dawes Commission’ Regarding MCR-14th Article Claimants- Not’ to be Construed as Choctaw Nation CDIB- “Certificate Of Indian Blood Degree” under Feb, 8,1887 Dawes Commission" Send all MCR-14th Article Criteria.

Because these MCR-14th Article Claimants Cards-are’ under Dawes Commission of Indian Affairs- Send all MCR-14th Article Criteria to; Your Local Area Office of BIA- Bureau of Indian Affairs- For Clarification as to Jurisdiction as Mississippi Choctaws- Jurisdiction by 14th Article Choctaw Citizenship Rights in the Choctaw Nation [Oklahoma]
Or Send to;
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