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  • Dianne Cole Heritage from Dianne Cole. 4 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on June 4

    Hello everyone. I am new to this website and discussion. I need help with finding out if I am part Choctaw. I have been told by others that I have Choctaw traits. I believe the trait is on my father’s side. To begin my father was Sammie Lowry. He was…

  • JoRaye Find enrolled members on a specific roll number? from JoRaye. 7 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on June 3

    In my genealogy studies, I’ve found a few interesting roadblocks on the line where my roll number comes from. My great-grandmother is on the Choctaw Rolls, and I already have my CDIB and tribal membership. I know my Dad, my aunt, and her children would also be registered under this…

  • Annie Mills Ancestrallinks.net from Annie Mills. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on June 3

    Researching your roots does not have to cost you an arm and a leg, some website are helping researchers access certain documents for free or for a small fee and I am a big fan of “Free”, or “Small Fee”. This website should be recognized as one of them, they…

  • Donna Cranford Mack Looking for information on any Cranfords or Odoms on Choctaw Roll from Donna Cranford Mack. 3 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on June 1

    I’m looking for help in finding if my family is Choctaw Indian. My family names are Cranford and Odom. both families came from Walker Co. Alabama to the Choctaw Indian Territory in the 1800s. Any help or information would be appreciated.

  • Elgie Ellis Bacon Charles E. Bacon from Elgie Ellis Bacon. 3 comments, most recently from Elgie Ellis Bacon on May 31

    I am trying to find my grandfather, Charles E. Bacon. I have no info on him other than he married, Christine Rull, my grandmother in 1914 in San Mateo, CA. My father, Ellis R. Bacon was born there. My search has led me to names found within the Chactaw Nation….

  • Bonnie Greco English Lafayette Yates born 1827 from Bonnie Greco. 3 comments, most recently from Bonnie Greco on May 30

    Searching for information on English Lafayette Yates born 1827 in Tenn. but was farming in Kiamichi County around 1868. Bonnie

  • Holly Singer please help from Holly Singer. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on May 30

    Hello I am trying to find out about my heritage. I know that my great great grandmother had her kids taken away after her husband passed away and her name was Tucker Doan but no one knows what happen to her after that can someone please help me

  • Jimmie V. Simpson GRANDMOTHERS GENEOLOGY from Jimmie V. Simpson. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on May 29

    INFO ON FANNY SIMPSON-HILL 1872 JOHN HILL- AMANDA ASQUEW

  • April Freddoso Looking for Information on my Great Grandmother from April Freddoso. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on May 29

    Hi there! I have done so much research on Ancestry.com, trying to determine what tribe my Great Grandmother is from, and I have made it as far as the 1900 census, where she was on Indian Territory, Choctaw Nation, Poteau Township. I am now running into roadblocks on the Dawes…

  • Larry Looking for information on my Great grandfather. from Larry. 7 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on May 27

    His name was John Latham I have always been told that he was a Choctaw Indian. He used to work on the red river running a ferry and live on the Texas side. This is the information I have. John Latham born October 5, 1850 or 1856. Died January 21,…

  • billy monk Partridge is it a Choctaw name from billy monk. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on May 27

    My great-grand mother was named Lue Ella Partridge born 1883 in Robinson County Texas. Her parents were Choctaw and I was trying to find information on them. Any help is would be greatly appreciated.

  • Angela Is Julia Ann Allred (Simco/Chronister) Choctaw?? from Angela. 13 comments, most recently from Angela on May 26

    My aunt has told me that “Granny” which is Julia Ann Allred (b1850 Kirkwood MO) was 3/4 Native American. Julia was my great great grandmother. My aunt also told me that my heritage is Choctaw and Cherokee. I looked at what I could find on the Dawes roll, and couldn’t…

  • Amy woods Trying to prove Choctaw lineage from Amy woods. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on May 24

    My uncle always told us of our Choctaw/ Osage heritage; unfortunately his health is declining and finding his research is proving difficult. I’m starting my search with leftover bits of information. It’s possible I’m starting in the wrong place, if so, a friendly point in the right direction would be…

  • Larry Ivins Ancestors from Larry Ivins . 4 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on May 24

    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 ….

  • Veda Bautista My mother said she was part Choctaw... from Veda Bautista. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on May 22

    My mother’s maiden name was Margaret Lorena Kralicek. She always said she was part Choctaw Indian. How do I go about finding out this information?

  • Yolanda Trying to find out who to show proof of Choctaw ancestry to. from Yolanda. 4 comments, most recently from Choctaw Nation Genealogy on May 21

    My family tree is on Ancestry.com and we can prove the documents that go back to the Choctaw nation, and listed in the Dawes records. I know need to know who I need to show this proof to to get acknowledgement that I am Choctaw. I basically want this for…

  • Cheryl ann marie Choctaw heritage/ re application possible? from Cheryl ann marie. 5 comments, most recently from Philip Lisle on May 21

    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,…

  • Bill Hensley Searching for MOORES that I am related to , from Bill Hensley. 6 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on May 20

    I am looking for my family line on my Grandmothers side , Her maiden name was MYRTLE MAY MOORE ,birthdate 6-9-1918 , died 8-30-1991 , Her fathers name was ROY HARM MOORE , birthdate 3-12-1888 , died 6-6-1972 , I do have more info , I will have to find…

  • Frank Baker Lytle family of Texas Choctaw heritage/near Cleburne. from Frank Baker. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on May 19

    Trying to learn more about my Grandmother, Mary Adelide Lytle and her Choctaw heritage. According to family lore she was 1/2 Choctaw and her brother, Bill Lytle is buried in Texline, Texas with a Choctaw tribal symbol on his gravestone. She was born approx. 1868 and her earliest memory at…

  • jenny I am looking for possible family members from jenny. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on May 17

    My great grandma is Choctaw Indian, she was born on a reservation in 1920 had a son name Tommy Lee in 1932 then 10 more children after that. Her name is Corine and she married Thomas Works . My grandma is her 2nd child and we are looking for family…