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  • Ashley Robertson Finding my greatgrandfather from Ashley Robertson. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on September 21, 2010

    My Greatgrandfathers name was Raymond T. Lovell, He was married to Rosie Lovell, If anyone knows anthing about them please let me know, Thank you , Ashley Robertson.

  • Sherry Chambers I would appreciate any help I can get. from Sherry Chambers. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on September 20, 2010

    My father has been slowly trying to prove our lineage. Most of his papers are in storage and he lives out of town. The way I understand it, my great or great great grandfather held a position as medicine man of the choctaw tribe. His name was William Chambers possible…

  •  Noodles Tribial enrollment from Noodles. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on September 19, 2010

    I have a dawes census card from one of my family. It has a roll number (which I’m famiiar with) and then a tribal enrollment number (a total different number). Can anyone help with information on the Trilbal enrollment number? My family are Mississippi Choctaws but was told we never…

  • james my dad needs help from james. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on September 15, 2010

    my dad is not receving choctaw benefits he is in verry bad shape needs sugery he is on medacare they will only pay 60% i was just hopping someone could give us some idea of what to do.. thank you verry much.

  • sam Grandfather from sam. 4 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on August 31, 2010

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  • Gayle McGavern Looking for members of the Frost/Farmer Choctaw family from Gayle McGavern. 2 comments, most recently from cynthia on August 19, 2010

    My great grandmother or great great grandmother (I’m at work and going off of my memory) is Icy Frost Farmer.

  • Jeff Double Tribal Name/J. Crawford Family from Jeff. 5 comments, most recently from Jeff on August 8, 2010

    If you have a double Tribal Name, like Choctaw-Chickasaw, which headquarters would you get a replacement card for and register your children under?

  • Andy Browne Finding a holiday friend to keep a promise from Andy Browne on August 6, 2010

    Greetings all Choctaw people, I met three wonderful American ladies whilst on holiday in Mexico, about eight years ago. I made a promise to keep in touch, but lost the Email addresses on the flight home to England. The only name I can remember is Lane? Erwin, ( pronounced Laaney)…

  • Linda Gibbs Nix CHOCTAW COUNTY ALABAMA from Linda Gibbs Nix. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on August 3, 2010

    Is anyone on this site know anything about Choctaw County Alabama? I would like to connect with family that lived there or once lived there. Family name is: John Monroe Sager, married to a Choctaw Indian Woman called “minnow”. Uriah, Alabama! Thanks! Linda Gibbs Nix

  • Brent Kennedy Ancestry of Great and Grand Parents from Brent Kennedy. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on July 24, 2010

    My Grandmother’s maiden name was Nannie Roberson; DOB: October 26, 1884 and was born in Quitman, Mississippi (Clark County). Her Father’s name was Sirah Henderson Roberson and her Mother’s name was Mollie Carter.

  • Christopher Wampler Wampler surname on the Dawes roll from Christopher Wampler on July 18, 2010

    I am seeking information on the Wampler family that is on the Dawes roll. My grandmother’s name (maiden) is Ouida Mae Wampler. Does anyone know of the relation she may have to any of the Wamplers that are listed on the roll? My siblings and I were orphaned and since…

  • Jodie Lee Holton Rachael Etta Vista Cleveland is my grandmother... from Jodie Lee Holton. 3 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on July 17, 2010

    My grandmother’s name was Rachael Etta Vista Cleveland, She was born in Wewoka, OK. Birthday: January 23rd,she was a Choctaw Indian. My father told me that one of my great grandfathers was a Choctaw Chief. I have always felt a passion for Native Americans and would like to learn more…