Hello Rhonda, here is the info from the Dawes Packets # 4121 Choctaw By Blood, found at the pay website fold3.com. There are 20 pages of information here and on card #NB292 Choctaw Newborn there are 28 pages. John Alexander Selsor was a white man, an intermarried citizen of the Choctaw Nation, born in 1856. He was a resident of the C. N. since 1880 and married a Choctaw woman named Agnes Turnbull on July 31, 1885 at Caddo, Blue County, Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory. Their marriage license is in this file. Note: Caddo is a community south of Atoka, Oklahoma and is situated alongside the Clear Boggy River. In his deposition given at Atoka on November 19, 1902 he was living at Globe, C.N.I.T.
On April 12, 1905 he was living at Owl, C.N.I.T.
John’s parents were Alex Selsor and Jane Selsor, both non citizens of the C.N. Agnes parents were Daniel Turnbull, a Chickasaw, and Rebecca Turnbull, a Choctaw, both dead in 1896 but lived in Blue County. C.N.I.T. The children of John and Agnes were as follows: Joe Ada Selsor born 1887 // Ela Rebecca Selsor, born 1889 // Stella Ida Selsor, born 1891 // Arthur Alexander Selsor, born 1893 // Grace Leona Selsor, born 2-25-1896 // Lee Nora Selsor, born 6-10-1898 // Bernice Selsor, born 10-14-1900 // Thelma Thyra Selsor, born 2-9-1903 // Shelby Selsor, born 4-12-1905 // The following info taken from ancestry.com:
John Alexander Selsor (1856-1913) 1900 Census Township 3, C. N. I.T. 1910 Census Jackson, Coal, Oklahoma // Daniel Turnbull (1844-1871) Rebecca Turnbull(died 1880) // Agnes Turnbull Selsor born 9-18-1870 died 11-13-1905 at Centrahoma, Coal, Oklahoma. All above buried at Centrahoma Cemetery. // Other info found here: Joada Selsor Wever Walls (1887-1930) // Ela Rebecca Selsor Antle (1899-1970) // Grace Selsor Lee (1896-1915) // Thelma Thyra Selsor McGee ( 1903-1975) // Shelby Selsor (1904-1905) // Some of the children are found on 1920 Census living in Oklahoma City, Ward 2, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma. I am not related but am a Choctaw who does genealogy as a hobby. Good Luck!