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  • Eva Where to look... from Eva. 3 comments, most recently from Eva on August 26

    Hi, I’m new here but have been trying to trace my ancestors and came upon a “hint” about my grandfather in the 1900 US Federal Census. This states that Jefferson Wilson was born in 1890-something (maybe 1896)in Indian Territory, Oklahoma to Riley Andrew Wilson and M.E. Wilson. It goes further…

  • Terri Hartsfield Abraham Hamilton Nail from Terri Hartsfield. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on August 25

    I’d like to know if there is anyone who could give me any information on my ancestor, Abraham Hamilton Nail. He was originally admitted to the Choctaw Nation in 1875 however he was later removed from the Dawes Roll. I have in my possession copies of The United States Supreme…

  • Jeff Long Moshulatubbee Family from Jeff Long. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on August 25

    I think I am in the Moshulatubbee family Tree History. I am on the Samuel Williams side. If my grandmother told me correct Moshulatubbee is my 4th great Grandfather. Need Help ?

  • Tina Young Moshulatubbee from Tina Young. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on August 25

    I am related to Moshulatubbee, Chief of the Choctaw Tribe, He was my moms , moms dads Great grandpa, which makes him my 5th Great grandpa. I am trying to find others whom are related to him. We have tried to see if we could get on the roll call,…

  • James BEAL from James. 6 comments, most recently from Tracy on August 24

    My grandmother was Madge Ouida Beal Hayes. She lived in Muskogee, and always claimed Choctaw heritage. I know there are Beal family on the rolls, and I was wondering if there is a relation there.

  • Kimberlie How can I find out about my ancestors ? from Kimberlie. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on August 23

    Hi, I know little about my grandma Emiline Perkins , My dad’s name was Verne kibby Jones, his birthday was February,27,1927 , my grandma was Martha Jones, that’s All I know. I wish I had more info. Thank you Kimberlie ann jones Weston

  • Charlie Hubacek Checking family names to see if Choctaw heritage exists from Charlie Hubacek. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on August 22

    Checking these names to see if family has Choctaw heritage. Lucy Catharine BAILEY (b. August 07, 1899, d. October 22, 1976) William Carroll BAILEY (b. May 14, 1859) Mary Jane ALDERSON (b. May 22, 1869, d. November 20, 1947) William N. “Bill” ALDERSON Elizabeth Ann “Bet” GOSSAGE (b. September 16,…

  • Jennifer Bennett Six Town Choctaw , from Jennifer Bennett. 4 comments, most recently from Yazzmine Clark on August 21

    I have been researching my family heritage, and have a copy of some court papers where John E. Shockley, son of Nancy Shockley, one-half Choctaw, was asking for acknowledgement with the Choctaw Nation. In the papers I ran across the mention of his aunt Huldah, bearing a mark known as…

  • Donna L Patterson George G McKinnon Case #1315 from Donna L Patterson. 3 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on August 18

    I have discovered that George G McKinnon is my great uncle, his brother David was my Great grandfather. Can this help establish geneology for me regarding Choctaw blood?

  • lizabeth yoakum looking for info on my grandmother elizabeth perry from lizabeth yoakum. 4 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on August 17

    my grandmother is Elizabeth perry (her maiden name)her father and mother was gilbert and dalma perry of Wilburton ok.she had a younger sister about 3to4 years younger mary jane born in 1924,my grandmother Elizabeth perry married a man named john Cunningham there in ok and had two children by him…

  • Una Roberts Trying to get information about the Roberts, Gatewood, James, and Stevenson? from Una Roberts . 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on August 16

    Hello, Everyone My name is Una Roberts, I am trying to find information about the Roberts, Gatewood, James, and Stevenson. I have come across a woman named Sarah (I don’t know Sarah lastname or maiden name). I was informed she was Choctaw by blood. If anyone can help me with…

  • srqskip Samuel Mitchell from srqskip. 4 comments, most recently from srqskip on August 16

    I have a question………… In a previous discussion Rayson Allen posted—-Samuel Mitchell, born 4-13-1765 and died 1802. Samuel was Indian Agent to the Choctaws first and then the Chickasaws. His first wife was Molly Folsom, whom he married in 1798. After her death he married Delilah Love, a Chickasaw woman….

  • Samantha Just a few questions from Samantha . 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on August 15

    Hello all. I have a few questions maybe somebody can answer for me. I found one of my ancestors on the Dawes roll finally. I was looking in all the wrong places and relatives all thought we were Cherokee and turns out we are Choctaw. I made all this discovery…

  • KimmyJones Andersons from Alabama from KimmyJones. 4 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on August 15

    Hello Susanne, 1. Oh NO WE WILL MISS YOU!!! 2. I’m searching the Anderson family of known mixed bloods on Accessgenealogy. What I need to know is how you research the MOWA Choctaw I’m Looking at John Anderson ARM#1619 Lead me my mentor, lmao. You will be GREATLY missed. You’ve…

  • KimmyJones Andersons from Alabama from KimmyJones on August 14

    Hello Susanne, 1. Oh NO WE WILL MISS YOU!!! 2. I’m searching the Anderson family of known mixed bloods on Accessgenealogy. What I need to know is how you research the MOWA Choctaw I’m Looking at John Anderson ARM#1619 Lead me my mentor, lmao. You will be GREATLY missed. You’ve…

  • Overseas Just looking for an answer from Overseas. 4 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on August 13

    Hello, I have been working hard on my genealogy. Recently I discovered my great- great grandmother Rena’s mother was a woman named Lizzie Read (based off Rena’s death certificate). When I did a search for Lizzie Read I found the Dawes Rolls and she is listed as Choctaw by Blood,…

  • Sacred Seeds The Two Brothers from Sacred Seeds. 9 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on August 10

    In 1902, two brothers from Arkansas with the last name of Castleberry went to the Choctaw Reservation and brought back two wives. Their names were Terressa Long and Daisy Dean Long. Their parents were Williamson Graves Long and Lettie Louvenia Welsh. Some family trees state that the Long family was…

  • Deb Researching William Mack Scott from Deb . 3 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on August 9

    I have always been told that there is Indian heritage in my family. After many generations trying to find information, it usually comes to a abrupt stop. I don’t have a whole lot of free time, but when I do I try to find bits of who I am. Recently…

  • birdnerd Complete Roll of all Choctaw Claimants and their Heirs from birdnerd. 3 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on August 6

    After a little bit of digging I was able to find a copy of the Complete Roll of Choctaw Claimants and their Heirs, but I am curious where I might find copies of the claims that are referred to in the book. Does anyone know if these are filed away…

  • Jill Pratt Searching for my family from Jill Pratt. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on August 4

    Hi I am looking for information about my family. My grandfather was Junior Fay granger, born 1905 to E.Faye Granger and Lola May (evans) Granger. Grandpa lived primarily in southwest Missouri, and was in the Navy on a submarine during wwII. I know that granpa was Choctaw but that is…