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  • Sacred Seeds Welch of Bok Tuklo Mississippi from Sacred Seeds. 8 comments, most recently from Steven Harris today at 12:35AM

    Nathaniel Folsom as I understand went to Bok Tuklo (Two Creeks) and remained there when his parents moved on to the Chickasaw Nation. Nathaniel was working there with a “Mr. Welch.” I am trying to find out who this Mr. Welch was, and anything more about this Welch family. Were…

  • Virginia D. B. Duniphin from Virginia. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto yesterday at 2:33AM

    He is not buried at Fairview Cemetery at Tuttle Oklahoma there is no one in that grave. We have ask to Find A Grave to take that off but she will not do it. I have my grandparents marriage record and Grandmother sister Molcy Duniphin she was first married to…

  • Ella Everidge William Bohannon father of Samuel H. Bohannon from Ella Everidge. 5 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto yesterday at 2:24AM

    I am searching my ancestry line of Bohannon’s if anyone could help me,

  • Michale seeking Amanda Holloway link to Choctaw enrollment from Michale. 6 comments, most recently from Michale on March 26

    Hello I am seeking to find out more about my ancestor Amanda Holloway who is one of our links to the Choctaw tribe. Amanda Holloway dob ~1835 is the mother to Rebecca Hays Guthrie (nee Johnson) and the wife to Wiley (Wyley) Johnson dob ~1820. I have copies of the…

  • Danita Marraige of a Tall Tree(Green) and America(Rice) from Danita. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 25

    I am trying to fill in some blanks on my family tree. My aunt tells me that my 3rd great-grandmother was a Choctaw Indian named America from Mississippi, and her husband was named Tall Tree. If someone could help me with this information, it would be appreciated. I was told…

  • Amy Looking for info on Amanda Crumpler from Amy. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 23

    Hi. I am looking for information on my second great grandmother, Amanda Crumpler. Here is what I know. She was born August 19, 1854 in Texas to James Crumpler and Elizabeth (Bettie) Stone. She died February 25, 1942 in Whitehouse, Tx. I have found some information that she was registered…

  • marbwriter Self? from marbwriter. 4 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 23

    Hello, I’m searching for more information on my grandmother’s mother. She was a distant grandmother and I’m trying to discover the identity of her mother. I’ve been told by family members that her mother was Cherokee, although she may well have been Choctaw. Her name was Artie (but she was…

  • Cari Jones tracing indian heritage-only have a name-Alex Collier from Cari Jones. 4 comments, most recently from Cari Jones on March 22

    I have only the name of my G Grandfather and date of birth. Alex Collier in 1900, according to the 1900 schedule 1 census was 26 and born March 1874 and married to my G Grandmother, Mary Elizabeth-17 Nov 1882. This is the ONLY piece of information my entire family…

  • BKschaeffer Ancestors from Mississippi from BKschaeffer. 3 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 22

    I am searching for my great grandmother on my mother’s side. I suspect she was the ancestors of slaves who lived on a Choctaw Reservation in Mississippi. The reason I suspect this is not only how my grandmother, mother and her sibling had unique features which pointed outside of an…

  • jesse dennis trying to find out info on eunice arnold,hoyle folsom and the folsom family from jesse dennis. 7 comments, most recently from Tex75 on March 21

    hello i am trying to find out about my choctah heritage my grandmothers name was katherine folsom and her sisters name was myreah folsom chandler if anyone has information on the folsom family can you please help thank you

  • Linda Proctor Looking for Great Grandmother from Linda Proctor. 3 comments, most recently from Linda Proctor on March 21

    I am totally lost – I know my grandmother Mary Ida, was adopted by a Sheriff in Jacksboro Tx with her sister Sarah and brother Robert (Bob). Sheriff’s name was was George Moore. She was born January 26, 1865 Fort Sill OK reservation I as told. Her grandfather’s name was…

  • Gayle Glaettli Searching For My Choctaw Roots from Gayle Glaettli. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 20

    My Great Great Great Grandmother was Choctaw. Her name was Bluebird McKinney (b.1799 d.1817). She was married to Collin McKinney (b.1766 d.1861), my Great Great Great Grandfather. Collin later settled in Texas. They had one son, Thalis N. McKinney (b.1817 d.1888). Bluebird ‘passed on’ during the birth of her only…

  • Leo Pergson MC"R" 14th Article Claimants Roll Cards/ Mar 10, 1899 Mckennon Rolls- "Identified" "Refused" 14th Article Claimants/ from Leo Pergson. 3 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 19

    MSGenWeb.Org Project-Hosted by Ancestry.Com Rootsweb.Com-1902 Identified Mississippi Choctaws Researching for your MC"R" 14th Article Claimants Ancestors- http://www.msgw.org/carroll/1902_Choctaw.html Although, these Mar 10, 1899 McKennon Rolls MC"R’ 14th Article Restored Records- MC"R" 14th Article Claimants that were enrolled on the Final Dawes Rolls-under Acts of Feb 8, 1887- “By Blood”-and Apr 22,…

  • Tina Brewer wondering about heritage from Tina Brewer. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 18

    I am looking for information on a Joseph Bradley Earls. Not sure where he was born. But year was about 1875. He had a twin Shirl Earls. Not sure of a middle name. Joseph married Pearl Dickenson in about 1919. She was 16 born in 1902. Her Father was William…

  • Joe Airington Armstrong Indian Academy from Joe Airington. 4 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 16

    I am looking for a group picture of the Armstrong Indian Academy. I believe it was in the Durant newspaper. My grandfather Wiley Rap Airington and his twin Willie are in the photo. Thanks.

  • Kevin Evans Connection from Kevin Evans. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 16

    I am starting the process of tracking down my genealogy and was looking for some guidance from anyone who has had success getting their CDIB. I know my great grandmother was Choctaw but I am not sure which state tribe, her name was Erie Colman. Married name Erie Hatton

  • Nick Isaac & Vina/Viny/Lavina/Melvina Watson Folsom (?) from Nick. 4 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 16

    Just researching ancestors not card searching I’m already a member of the Choctaw nation. Please take a look at this link/ attachment (7th name down) Vina Folsom 13 years old born abt 1810 married to a Isaac Watson. I’ve been looking for 4 years for a couple named Isaac &…

  • john williams Finding Family Thread from john williams. 4 comments, most recently from john williams on March 15

    I am trying to find more information about my Choctaw blood. All I have is Mosholatubbe, Rebecca Williams (Mosholatubbe, his daughter), Sam Williams, and Samuel Cleveland Williams. After them came John F. Williams, my grandad, Jack Wayne Williams, my father, and then myself, John F Williams. Does anyone out there…

  • Susanne Chas or Charles H Martin and Mary A (McCullough) Martin from Susanne. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 14

    Hi, I am looking for information regarding Cary Martin, Ora Estella Martin, Buna V Martin as well as Jack Martin. I have an 1896 application saying the Mary A McCullough was of Choctaw descent. Thanks, Susanne

  • Amie McAnulla Lusanna Tennissianne Williams from Amie McAnulla. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 13

    I’m trying to find information on my Great Great Grandmother Lusanna Tennissianne Williams. She was born January 10 1882. She married Mack B Pickering and later divorced him. We believe she is of Choctaw decent. We have on member of the family who has traced her roots. But my understanding…