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  • Bill Misner Choctaw opinions requested from Bill Misner. 5 comments, most recently from Sonya Deaton - (Pistubbee) on August 2, 2014

    Dear Choctaw Nation, I am the great-grandson of William Stark [full-blood Choctaw] and Josephine Stark [Chickasaw & some-white]. They birthed two Daughters, Laura Jean Stark, who at age 4 and Nellie B Stark[my grandmother, who at age 3] were taken/kidnapped from their family by American Soldiers in Indian Territory, in…

  • emdanos need some help please from emdanos. 4 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on July 30, 2014

    My grand mother, and my aunts and uncles are registered but my mother never registered herself. I’m trying to figure out if I can register. Me and my husband are in the process of becoming foster parents and would love to be able to help other children with the same…

  • wendy gottesman Jessie Shelton Rachel Marrs from wendy gottesman. 17 comments, most recently from tjp on July 28, 2014

    Hi! i am doing family research and found the Dawes case of Maggie coleman that included my ancestor Jessie Shelton woh’s wife was Rachel Marrs. They were all refused and I wa wondering if any other decendents were able to be admitted to the tribe. Please contact me at wendyb@thegrid.net…

  • Rose Mary Faciane Family Lineage of the Brookter Family Louisiana from Rose Mary Faciane. 3 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on July 22, 2014

    My grandfather’s father grew up on a reservation. His given name Kent, his surname Brookter. He lived in Pearl River. Trying to confirm ethnicity.

  • Sandra Hipps Childs Phoebe E. Tyler (Married to George W. Bell) from Sandra Hipps Childs. 3 comments, most recently from rayson allen on July 14, 2014

    Located George W. Bell, Male, IW (Intermarried White) Card #2145, Tribe: Choctaw by Intermarriage, Roll #900, Found nothing on his wife who I believe to be Phoebe E. Tyler. Only listing I can find is where she was on the census of 1885 as Phebie Bell. If you have any…

  • Sherry Blair Donate pottery to museum? from Sherry Blair. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on July 13, 2014

    My family has been carrying around a vase and 2 arrowheads for several generations now. It is all we have left of our heritage. My great grandmother was full blood Indian but I’ve been told the blood was of Cherokee Choctaw mix. My grandmother said that her mother escaped the…

  • Karen Hickman Hickman Family from Karen Hickman. 4 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on July 12, 2014

    I am William Lee Hickman’s wife. Lee is the son of Ray Rufus Hickman b. 1944 in Broken Bow, McCurtain Cty, OK., son of William “Willie” Henry Hickman b. 1921 in Oklahoma City, d. 1983 California, and Aline Hickman b. 1921 d. ?. I have census records from 1930 and…

  • Gayleen Danylle GUYTON GUYTON from Gayleen Danylle GUYTON. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on July 12, 2014

    Seeking any/all information on my Grandfather’s [Willie Bird Guyton]family. From what I was told, he was 1/2 Indian, 1/2 African American. As soon as I’m able to find a picture, I will post it. I believe he and my Grandmother migrated from the South (Mississippi?) to Portland, Oregon. My grandfather…

  • Tanya3773 Bohanon's from Tanya3773. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on July 12, 2014

    I am looking for Bohanon’s that are from Mcalester, Albion, and Clayton Oklahoma. I am doing research on my family tree and would love to be able to talk with them about this. They would be descendants of Robert Lee Bohanon and Elsie. If anyone is willing to help me,…

  • Larry Ivins Choctaw ancesters from Larry Ivins . 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on July 11, 2014

    My great great grandfather was Samuel Ivins he had one wife her name was Elizabeth ann Martin they lived early 1800s what do I need to find out more I was told he saw his parents murdered on the trail of tears and a Irish immigrant found and raised him…

  • rhardage hendrix family from rhardage. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on July 11, 2014

    has anyone posted a family tree of the hendrix family.starting with wade and louiza hendrix.or know somyhing about this family. any help would be appreciated.pleas email khardage@pine-net.com thanks

  • Larry Ivins Ancestors from Larry Ivins on May 23, 2014

    My great great grandfather was Samuel IVINS he was married to Elizabeth ann Martin early 1800s I’ve been told that he and his brother saw there parents brutally murdered on the trail of tears and an Irish immigrant named IVINS finished raising them and gave them the IVINS name ….

  • Larry Ivins Ancestors from Larry Ivins on May 23, 2014

    My great great grandfather was Samuel IVINS he was married to Elizabeth ann Martin early 1800s I’ve been told that he and his brother saw there parents brutally murdered on the trail of tears and an Irish immigrant named IVINS finished raising them and gave them the IVINS name ….

  • Shannon Looking for relatives of John Shults in OK. from Shannon. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on May 6, 2014

    If you have any information for John Shults, please contact me at shannon@wpswireless.com

  • Leo Pergson Jessee Shelton Rachel Marrs- from Leo Pergson on May 5, 2014

    tment of the Interior, United States. 1913.

  • Leo Pergson Clarifying/ CDIB/ Cards "Certificate Degree of Indian Blood" and the MCR-14th Article Claimants "CENSUS CARDS" in the I.T. Choctaw Nation. from Leo Pergson on May 3, 2014

    *Clarifying/ CDIB/ Cards "Certificate Degree

  • Dee Brown TRY SLAVE SCHEDULES while searching your rolls from Dee Brown. 3 comments, most recently from Brad Littlejohn on May 3, 2014

    One never thinks of families as a slave but if your ancestors were FULL blood, they may very well have been slaves to escape the abuse of the inner town populations. The land owners provided room. board. food and they had very little need to go into town. They were…

  • Ronald Fox Smith, Hester Pittsbore, Ms from Ronald Fox. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on May 2, 2014

    I’m Retired, 71 years old… My Great grandmother Hester Smith ,Choctaw heritage, was from Calhoun county Mississippi She married my Great Grandfather Champ Kilgore who also was from Calhoun county in Pittsbore,, South of Oxford My Grandmother and above Parents came from that area to Choctaw Nation Area by Covered…

  • Leo Pergson MCR-14th Article Claimants-Jurisdiction by Citizenship et., al., Members of Mississippi Choctaws and the Choctaw Nation Dawes Final Rolls- from Leo Pergson on April 29, 2014

    *MEMORIAL OF CHOCTAWS

  • AReed Searching for Choctaw connection in Arkansas from AReed. 3 comments, most recently from AReed on April 29, 2014

    My maternal great grandmother said that she was 1/4 Choctaw. Her name was Willie Jefferson and her married name was Hughes. She was born Feb 2, 1903 in England AR. She was 3/4 African American. There are many Jeffersons on the Dawes Final roll; however, I don’t know her parents’…