Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma

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  • KimmyJones Scarborough from KimmyJones. 5 comments, most recently from KimmyJones on February 17

    I am looking for ANY information on this family (My Cousin who ran away when he was young). The only place I can find them is 1940 Census Pocola, Pocola Township, LeFlore: W.W. Scarborough 35,OK. (would like to know full name) Pearley 26,Ark (Don’t Know maiden name) Children: Rollie Lee,…

  • Michael James Lamb looking for family information from Michael James Lamb. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on February 15

    Hello, I am looking for information on my family ancestors. My grandmother was Lola Ethel Hogan, born 1915, Blue OK, passed away, 1982 Denison TX. Here parents were Sidney G. Hogan and Caroline Christy. I do not have any other information other than my Grandmother had a few siblings who…

  • Aliya Sherman Looking for family history from Aliya Sherman. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on February 15

    I am trying to find my ancestors that were part of the Choctaw Nation in Oaklahoma. My poor grandfather has lost some of his memory and is not very helpful. I have recently lost my son to the Shoshone-Bannock tribe here in Idaho. Even though I am a very good…

  • Elizabeth Monks Family from Elizabeth. 14 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on February 13

    I am looking for my family. My grandmothers maiden name was Lona Monks and I am looking for family. My grandmother and great grandmother both lived on the reservation at one time. My grandfather’s last name was Carter.

  • Madeline Mesplay Fulsom from Madeline Mesplay. 3 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on February 12

    I have a Creek ancestor that named the father of her two children Fulsom. On the Dawes she identified her son, Rufus Fulsom Jr. as having the father, Rufus Fulsom, Choctaw. Ida was the other child. Elnora Fulsom, mother married Austin Chissoe. Elnora lived around the Ft. Gibson area. Interested…

  • Christina Help with registration from Christina. 13 comments, most recently from Leo Pergson on February 12

    I found my great-grandmother’s name on the rolls, but her “type” is MCR, which I read means “Mississipi Choctaw Rejected” or something like that. What does this mean and how will it affect my ability to become a member?

  • DGE Scantling, Scantlin from DGE. 3 comments, most recently from DGE on February 12

    Hello Fellow Researchers, I am looking for information regarding my father’s family. His mother’s maiden name was Scantling or Scantlin. They lived in Lamar County, TX and Bryan County, OK. The last thing I have found was from the 1920 census in Bennington, OK. If you can help me find…

  • Sonya Deaton - (Pistubbee) MCR DIRECT DESCENDENT in reply to person(s) from Sonya Deaton - (Pistubbee) on February 12

    Intent to share information to learn… MCR CARD a ancestor may or may-not have been enrolled still; Removed Rejected Relocated look into choctaw enrollment cards Dawes commission final rolls choctaw by blood enrollment card signed by legal stenographer approved by the Department of Interior and therefor “ENROLLED”

  • Joelean Lacy Jones Elizabeth Jacobs Quinton from Joelean Lacy Jones. 5 comments, most recently from Joelean Lacy Jones on February 11

    I am the great great great granddaughter of Elizabeth Jacobs Quinton, my uncle has been going through a lot of spiritual problems, I received a spiritual message from my great great great grandmother Elizabeth Jacobs Quinton, my grandmother Glenda Jones, and my father Michael Raleigh Jones, I need to learn…

  • Juanita Minnie May Smith from Juanita. 4 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on February 11

    Hi!! Hoping someone can help. I am looking for any information on my great grand mother, Minnie May Smith. I believe she was born around 1885. She married John Bell Manning. She had two daughters Juanita Irma manning (Riley/Stevens) in 1915 and Nola Tee Manning (Shipp) in 1917. The only…

  • wlbrown Dawes Roll from wlbrown. 3 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on February 10

    One of our mothers was on the Dawes Roll but there is no card for her and we do not seem to find her on the updated roll. What can be done to trace her family..

  • Kristie LaBoca Looking for family from Kristie LaBoca . 13 comments, most recently from Kristie LaBoca on February 9

    In 1995 I found out my father was the product of an affair. When I asked my grandmother about it she denied it. Calls were placed to family members that lived in Spiro Oklahoma and was confirmed an affair and child was produced. My counselor found my real grandfather she…

  • Oneta Nicholson Henry Is it possible to enroll even if family members were turned down ? from Oneta Nicholson Henry. 3 comments, most recently from Lynn Herman on February 9

    My husbands 3’d Great Grand Father Joseph Nally FULL BLOOD MISSISSIPPI CHOCTAW wife white Elisabeth Nally.daughter Nancy Fullinlip Nally 1812 – 1868 Husband Marriage to William Loggins 1833 Age: 21 Alabama, United States Emaline identification as Miss Choctaw This document is my transcription of Emmaline Loggins McFadden’s testimony to the…

  • Justin Myres Looking for information on Goldie D. Billey from Justin Myres. 4 comments, most recently from Justin Myres on February 8

    Hi everyone. I am looking for information on my great-grandfather named Goldie D. Billey. He was born on 11/12/1912, in Oklahoma, and died in 1988 in Lubbock, TX. Any information would be welcome! Thanks!

  • Stacy Smith Looking for family/information from Stacy Smith. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on February 7

    My Great Grandmother was Laura Bugg and my Grandmother’s name was Gladys(Smith by marriage). Laura left reservation around the 1920’s because of a bad marriage (that’s the story that was passed down). I would like to find family or history for my daughters.

  • connie selders Bennie James from connie selders. 4 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on February 6

    My relatives long ago..I need to find anyone who may have pictures. I know the grave site of many of these in case you need that info. NOEL JAMES / MALISSA MCCANN ELLIS JAMES / SEALY MACKEY BENNIE JAMES / ROSA LOONEY NOEL JAMES’S FATHER WAS CHARLES JAMES WIFE SALLIE…

  • Donelle Braud America Jane Pittman Forbes from Donelle Braud. 4 comments, most recently from Donelle Braud on February 4

    Trying to find out if she was on the reservation there. It would have been back in 1800’s she was Choctaw and we were told got run off their land in Mississippi. She had told my grandmother this information. Any help would be appreciated

  • Becky Arnold trying to find out some genealogy for our family from Becky Arnold. 3 comments, most recently from Sonya Deaton - (Pistubbee) on February 4

    I have messaged before and I don’t get any answers, please help me find out what I am asking. Blessings, Becky working on genealogy and wanting to know if any of my husband’s family is Choctaw Becky Arnold started a new discussion in Genealogy on June 17 and updated on…

  • Rhonda Thompson McCreight looking to learn more about my gr grandmothers childhood as well as siblings from Rhonda Thompson McCreight. 5 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on February 3

    Her name was Ela selsor born in or near Boggy Depot or creek im unsure. Her parents were John A Selsor and Rebecca turnbull Selsor….she had many siblings but the 2names that stick to mind were Joe Aida and lavinia…and possibly a Lenora? Im reading and searching dilligently but feel…

  • tyler ammerman great grandmother virgie ethel birdsong from tyler ammerman. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on February 3

    Just wondering if anybody has any information about my great grandmother we knew she was at least %75 native we don’t know where she was from but we do know she was a sweet soul