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  • Susie My ancestors from Mississippi from Susie. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto yesterday at 10:07PM

    How would I find my great-grand father’s roll number from Mississippi my CDIB card states Mississippi Choctaw my great-grandfather’s name was Jacob Shoemaker his son my grandfather was Will Shoemaker

  • Sandra Kay Keck Help to find my background. from Sandra Kay Keck. 3 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 18

    Grandfathers name is Cherrie Madison Chandler who lived in Tallahassee, Fl. His son my father was a twin, his name is Marvin Madison Chandler his twins name was Margret. My mother’s name is Sylvia Leavine Potter, she was born in Little Rock, Ar, she said that she had some Cherokee…

  • jJackie Penny Jackson from jJackie. 9 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 18

    Can anyone tell me who for sure was was the father of Penny Jackson? Is there any documentation? We know she married James King,they say he took on the Moshulatubbe name after her father who was supposed to have been a great indian chief died,but who was the chief?I have…

  • Katherine Jean Baptiste Baudrau II and his mother...she was Choctaw from Katherine. 3 comments, most recently from Katherine on December 11

    I am writing a book about my ancestor and why he was murdered. First though I want to research his mothers side. I have very little info on her only that she was Choctaw. Here is some stats; Jean Baptiste Baudrau dit Graveline had married an Indian woman who brought…

  • CDodge Grandfather Arley Ranzy Jones Albion Oklahoma from CDodge. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 3

    My Grnadfather Arley Ranzy Jones was born in log cabin in Albion Oklahoma Sept. 13 1914. He worked the rail road. His mother was part Choctaw Indian her name was Sudie and his father William Jones. He was married to Dovey lena Ray born in Albion Oklahoma. My Grandfather talked…

  • Helene L Ramos Mississippi Choctaw Rejected from Helene L Ramos. 20 comments, most recently from Sonya Deaton - (Pistubbee) on November 27

    My husband is from both Cherokee and Choctaw decent. Apparently his ancestor Sylvester P Sims and his wife Louisa A Sims applied for enrollment and were given MCR1350 which i understand means they were rejected. Both of their parents died before the rolls were done. Is there anywhere else I…

  • Meg King Neal Nelson Bufkin Settie King in Lawrence County, MS from Meg King Neal Nelson Bufkin. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on November 24

    My great grandmother was Settie King, married to Murphy Monroe Neal. It is my understanding that she was a full blooded Native American. I’ve just recently connected with some of the Neal side of my family but due to some big secret on the Neal side, a lot of the…

  • Jennifer Guzman Looking for "Virginia" from Brownsville area c. 1971 from Jennifer Guzman. 6 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on November 18

    My father-in-law was born to a Choctaw woman in August of 1971. She had left her husband when she was pregnant but then died in childbirth. He was given to a family in Mexico as an infant who raised him. The only information he has about his birth was that…

  • Sonya Deaton - (Pistubbee) Choctaw Scrip Land- from Sonya Deaton - (Pistubbee). 2 comments, most recently from Leo Pergson on November 15

    Firstly, In all due Respect- not having or finding this document- in the Government Office Land Office Records- However- That Choctaw Scrip Land- Could not be transferred or sold by Robert James or any Justice of the Peace-That in many cases that’s how the white settlers and Courts got around…

  • Cham00 Red River County, OKLAHOMA from Cham00. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on November 13

    I have a document that states Red River County OKLAHOMA- NOT……Red River County TEXAS. Did the boundary lines change since 1898?

  • Cham00 Red River County, OKLAHOMA from Cham00 on November 13

    I have a document that states Red River County OKLAHOMA- NOT……Red River County TEXAS. Did the boundary lines change since 1898?

  • Cham00 Isabelle Russell from Cham00. 5 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on November 12

    I can’t find her. She was last in Coal county 1900. She was born about 1880’s. She lived with her brother John Russell and his wife Sudie in Coal county about 1910 and was widowed, She had children 2 girls born around 1905-1907 Geneva and Gail. During the time Isabelle…

  • Henry Snow Snow and Daniels Families from Henry Snow. 4 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on November 9

    Please help me find information on Lucy Daniels, my great grand mother (abt 1872), Isaac Snow, my great grand father (abt 1866) and my grand mother, Tennessee Tilda Snow (abt 1900). My great uncle was named Will Snow. The family move back and forth from Oklahoma and Arkansas and maybe…

  • DeeAnn Allison Roll number from DeeAnn Allison. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on November 8

    Can anyone recommend an attorney that can help find someones roll number. Thank you

  • Mary Jo Scace Garry Ivy, Rose Anne Cayne, & Suson Ivy or Ivey, and Chief Puchmatska. from Mary Jo Scace. 3 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on November 7

    Asking if anyone in their Choctaw bloodline have any of these names???

  • Clara Nash Phillip Thompson from Clara Nash. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on November 2

    My husband’s grandfather was Phillip Thompson, I have him born 22 Feb. 1876 in Pulaski Co., KY and died 05 Feb. 1933 in Platter, Bryan Co., OK. His father was Zachariah T Thompson and his mother was Rachel Mayfield.I believe they were Choctaw. How do I apply for citizenship and,…

  • Ryan Joseph Underwood ?? from Ryan Joseph Underwood. 3 comments, most recently from Ryan Joseph Underwood on November 1

    My grandfathers grandmother was full blooded Choctaw or so the story goes. I do not have her name, but my grandmother who is in her early 90’s tells me, “she was a really nice lady.” Is there anything I can do to find more information? If so, what percentage of…

  • Jerome King Zolima Zina from Jerome King . 3 comments, most recently from Sonya Deaton - (Pistubbee) on October 23

    I am searching for my roots. My great great great grandmother…lived in Choctaw Corner Alabama. She had married and changed her name to Della King! I am looking for anyone who can help me find some sort of information regarding her. I seen on ancestor.com that someone put her real…

  • Sacred Seeds Never saw this before from Sacred Seeds. 4 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on October 20

    My ancestor, Jess Morgan Welch, b.1898 Alabama, lived in Atoka, OK; d.1953 Atoka Co. OK is listed on the 1930 Federal Census as Native American. A closer look at the actual census reads birthplace: Alabama, father’s birthplace: Mixed Blood Mother’s Birthplace:Cherokee Father is William Jackson Welch, b.1864 Alabama,d.1938 Oklahoma. Mother…

  • 1gmu Creason Watson (Creson Watson?), Susan Kaniatubbe from 1gmu. 3 comments, most recently from 1gmu on October 17

    am just looking for information about their parents, grandparents, etc. thank you.