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  • Robert Davidson Seeking information! from Robert Davidson. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on July 12

    My father passed last year..Robert Greer Davidson…My grandpa was Robert Lee Davidson..My name is Robert Wayne Davidson.Grandpa was born in Oklahoma.Since all my relatives have passed away that I know of that were relations….I want to find my family!.I always knew I was different…I was raised white..none of us looked…

  • MFreeman Alice Ward from MFreeman. 5 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on July 11

    I am seeking information of Alice Ward, born 1943, possibly from Lawton,OK, may have attended Carter Seminary in Ardmore, OK, of Choctaw lineage. She is my birth mother, given up for adoption at birth in April 1963, born in Ardmore. Would like to continue Choctaw heritage. Adopted by Creek Indian…

  • Michael Thompson Hattie M Reed from Michael Thompson. 18 comments, most recently from Judy Poynor on July 10

    Hello, I am creating my family tree and I have reached a dead end. My grandfathers grandmothers name was Hattie M Reed. My grandfather tells me she was full blooded Choctaw. She was born in 1855 and married Frank Thompson and had a child Claude Lee Thompson born 1893. I…

  • Linda Merson Choctaw lineage from Linda Merson. 3 comments, most recently from Linda Merson on July 9

    GOforth – Lillie M Gofoth married James Roden Late 1800’s. They had three sons – James, Thomas,Clifton Thomas is my grandfather Need help finding lineage!!!

  • Bcates WASH SAM from Bcates. 7 comments, most recently from rayson allen on July 6

    I am looking for names of my ancestors. I have been able to go back to my Great, great Grandfather, Wash Sam. (Only because my Mother knew the name of her Great Grandfather.) But I have no information on him. All I know is that he died abt. 1984 in…

  • Samantha choctaw nation marraige records from Samantha. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on July 4

    Been doing some research for my family tree and found that some of my ancestors were living in indian territory during the 1800s. Still havent found any proof of enrollment but did find a oklahoma indian territory marriages book choctaw nation 1890-1900 posted online, not sure if they would keep…

  • Samantha choctaw nation marraige records from Samantha on July 4

    Been doing some research for my family tree and found that some of my ancestors were living in indian territory during the 1800s. Still havent found any proof of enrollment but did find a oklahoma indian territory marriages book choctaw nation 1890-1900 posted online, not sure if they would keep…

  • dgparham Search for ancestry from dgparham. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on July 4

    Hello, I’m currently trying to find out more regarding my native American ancestry. My grandparents and father lived in Hugo, Oklahoma in the 1930’s and I believe they had native blood. My grandparents were Henry Parham and Ada Belle (Myers) Parham. My father’s name was Hubert James Parham and he…

  • Jimmie V. Simpson GRANDMOTHERS CHOCTAW BLOOD from Jimmie V. Simpson. 13 comments, most recently from linda hunter on July 2

    HAVE COPY OF 12th US CENSUS 1900 SCH NO 1 INDIAN POP INDIAN TERR. CHICKASHA CO SHOWING MY GM, FANNY SIMPSON HILL B. 1872 TX. AS ONE HALF CHOCTAW AND THREE SONS, CLYDE, JOHN, AND GRADY B. TX, A DAUGHTER B. 1899 INDIAN TERR. MY FATHER, LAMBERT BALLARD SIMPSON B….

  • Sandy Zeruvia Moses Miller, and Martha Moses Miller from Sandy. 3 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on July 2

    I have been working on family genealogy for 20 years. Would like to find more information on the Moses Miller women. Zeruvia married an Orvis, and Martha married a Corbin. Thanks for any help. I will gladly share info. if you want it.

  • Miriam Riley Health from Miriam Riley. 2 comments, most recently from Choctaw Nation Genealogy on July 2

    My great Great Grandfather was Choctaw, his wife AI from the Cumberland area of Kentucky. My dad 1/2 AI 1/4 I know for sure was Choctaw. His arteries shut down and killed him in his 50’s, His mother and one sisters did the same thing, his grandfather Choctaw did not…

  • Brittany Daniel Green 2nd Marriage? from Brittany. 5 comments, most recently from rayson allen on July 2

    Hey folks, I’ve been working on my family tree and I found a member (Daniel Green roll# 4733 card# 588) who appears on the Dawes roll with the same name and age, but a different wife (Dinah Green). I have been looking for a record of their marriage to determine…

  • ONATOOKAH MATTIE MAYTUBBY RELATIVES from ONATOOKAH. 4 comments, most recently from Deborah Calkin McCarter on June 30

    MATTIE MAYTUBBY WAS MY GREAT GRANDMOTHER WHO MARRIED ANDREW L. MCCARTER IN 1890 IN KIAMITIA COUNTY OF THE CHOCTAW NATION. I WOULD LOVE TO CONTACT ANY RELATIVES OF MINE.

  • Karen Alloway William Henry Harrison from Karen Alloway. 6 comments, most recently from rayson allen on June 29

    I am searching for any information on my Great Grandfather William Henry Harrison. The name William Harrison appeared on U.S. Indian Census Roll, Atoka County, Choctaw Nation 1885. The age stated for this William Harrison would be about the same age(35) my Great Grandfather would have been at that time….

  • Amber Chapman Smith Tirey(sp?) information from Amber Chapman Smith. 3 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on June 29

    Looking for family information on Maria Tirey/Tyre/Tyrie, born July 3,1838 in what is said as east of Doaksville, Indian territory. Her mothers name was Mary Ward and first husband was named John Hall, a Mississippi Choctaw. He died in 1837 and Mary then married a Steve/Stephen Tirey in 1837. On…

  • black crow Morning Star Folsom from black crow. 4 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on June 29

    My gr grandmother was Ular May Quaid, her mother, or grandmother was Morning (mourning) Star Folsom. I would very much appreciate any info on this, my, family, line. Thank you .

  • Grams Bell Family Cherokee County, AL from Grams. 8 comments, most recently from Grams on June 28

    My family has always claimed that we have Native American blood. My 3rd ggf, John (M or N) Bell lived as early as 1840 in Cherokee County, AL. He owned 88 acres and owned slaves. Since I don’t find any earlier connection of his family to NA, I wonder if…

  • Sherrie L. (Palmer) Hibbs Bench Family from Sherrie L. (Palmer) Hibbs. 3 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on June 27

    I have been researching my Palmer family genealogy and my paternal Grandmother’s Bench family genealogy for many years, hitting obstacles along the way. I found out 10+ years ago that my paternal Grandmother was Choctaw. I began researching that area. Her father was Pulaski F. Bench and mother was Ruth…

  • aiahninchi ohoyo malinda folsom dean from aiahninchi ohoyo. 3 comments, most recently from aiahninchi ohoyo on June 27

    a true mystery…have been searching for information about my ggg grandmother, malinda folsom dean…cant seem to pin down whether or not she was the daughter of jeremiah and mary nail folsom and the sister of emeline folsom robinson, or, a black, indentured servant of the family who was the daughter…

  • Debbie Bullock Cantrell Family from Debbie Bullock. 4 comments, most recently from Debbie Bullock on June 27

    Hi! I’m looking for any info on the Cantrell family. I’m looking for the parents of Tom Wallace Cantrell, born Feb 3, 1895, in Falcon, Arkansas. His mothers name was Mary and married a Choctaw Native Indian. Mary was born Nov 1857 in Arkansas. The only thing I can find…