posted on July 9, 2010 and updated on July 9, 2010
The following claimants are entitled to enrollment: Sallie Berryman, Margie Berryman (daughter), Maud Berryman (daughter), Joe Berryman (son), Corrine Berryman (daughter), John Berryman (grandson, son of Albert B., dead), Francis Berryman (son), Robert Berryman (son), Eldridge Berryman (grandson, son of Robert), Elmina Berryman (granddaughter, daughter of Robert), Monroe Berryman (grandson, son of Robert), Australia Rogers (nee Berryman), Essie Rogers, Oceola Rogers, Ollie Rogers, and Ethel Rogers, all by blood.
Ollie Robert Rogers was born in McAlester (IT) Oklahoma.
He married Helen Marie Paakkonen.
His children were born in Minnesota:
James Wallace Rogers 1
Robert Ollie Rogers.
Both sons had 5 children who are now grandparents.
Does the Choctaw nation need D.N.A. ?
Affidavits filed, showing applicants descended from Calvin Campbell and Alabacha, a full-blood Choctaw and from Samuel Anderson, a full blood.
February 12, 1003. Decision refusing applicants enrollment as Mississippi Choctaws. It is therein stated that the name of Calvin Campbell appears on page 111, volume 7, American State Papers, and that the name of Samuel Anderson appears on pages 40 and 127 of said record, said citations being to claims under the treaty of 1830; that the name of Alabacha appears on page 18, volume 1, claimant’s brief and evidence in case of Choctaw Nation v. United States, No. 12742, as a woman and the mother of two children under 10 years of age.