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  • David Krey Jr How do I prove my heritage other than just names passed down from David Krey Jr. 4 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 11, 2014

    I am told I am 1/8 Choctaw. I have many names that have been passed down thru the family. I was told by my grandmother that because her mother married a white man, their name was removed, and also of fear of being on a list. I am related to…

  • Grammie Looking for history on my family? from Grammie. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 9, 2014

    Wonting to know how to start the search for family history? Totally lost. No clue. My last name is Youngblood. Grandfather Carlos Youngblood. That’s all I know. My dad Clifford Mayo Youngblood, senior. If anyone could help me I would love it.

  • Mary Kay Sudbury My great grandmother from Mary Kay Sudbury . 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 7, 2014

    I am looking for Inez Stanley. She was a Native American that was married to a Sudbury I want to know more about her. Her roll number and who she was.

  • jJackie Penny Jackson from jJackie. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 5, 2014

    Can anyone tell me if there is any proof as to who Penny Jackson King,s father was ,I have heard she was the daughter of a great indian chief,some say Chief Nitakechi, some say Chief Moshulatubbe, some say Chief Pushmataha,has anyone found any documentation on this or is it just…

  • Hannah Heritage from Hannah. 8 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 5, 2014

    Hello! I hope someone can help me out here. I was always told I had Choctaw and Chickasaw heritage, but whenever I search for my family members with native blood either on the Rolls or within these websites, I can never find them. I do know that my father registered…

  • Christi Hicks Hicks Family from Christi Hicks. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 4, 2014

    I’m trying to do some research on my husband’s family. I have very limited information but have been told his Great Grandmother was Full Blood Cherokee. Any help anyone can give me on this would be greatly appreciated. Allen David Hicks B April 30, 1975 Father Allen Dell Hicks b…

  • Christi Hicks Looking for Choctaw connection to my family from Christi Hicks. 6 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 4, 2014

    My great Aunt was Edith Andrews Rider, born July 13, 1908 on the Choctaw Reservation date of death June 21, 1998. I’m not sure of her connection but she had a Choctaw ceremony at her funeral. Choctaw gifts were presented at the funeral, Choctaw songs were sang, ect….any information is…

  • rick smart Dawes Commission Records from rick smart. 9 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 3, 2014

    Does anyone know how to access the original role of Choctaw Indians used to validate the claims of Dawes applicants? My ancestor Amanda King was approved as “Choctaw by intermarriage” based on her marriage to John Loving listed as 1/2 “Choctaw by blood”. But, John Loving died in 1883 (far…

  • CDodge my grandfather born in albron from CDodge. 3 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 3, 2014

    My Grandfather Arley Ranzy Jones was born in albion Oklahoma Sept. 13 1914 in log cabin. His mother first name was Sudie and his father William. William was also born in albion Oklahoma. Sudie his mother was Choctaw I just don’t now how much. Any one have any info. about…

  • Tia McClaflin McCurtain Family from Tia McClaflin. 2 comments, most recently from Lora Carver on December 3, 2014

    I am looking for information on the genealogy of the McCurtain Family specifically regarding Green’s line. My great grandmother Mary Cheney came from Reno Oklahoma and was supposed to be full blooded choctaw descendant of Green’s line. Since my grandma passed away none of us know anything about that side…

  • Eugene C Morris Jerry M Morris from Eugene C Morris. 4 comments, most recently from rayson allen on December 3, 2014

    I have information in my family history that Jerry M Morris would have been my Great Great Grandfather. According to family history he was 1/4 Choctaw.My family name has 2 different card #s 5219 and 5220. When it comes to roll # it states NR. How can I go about…

  • Tia McClaflin McCurtain Family from Tia McClaflin. 5 comments, most recently from rayson allen on December 2, 2014

    I am looking for information on the genealogy of the McCurtain Family specifically regarding Green’s line. My great grandmother Mary Cheney came from Reno Oklahoma and was supposed to be full blooded choctaw descendant of Green’s line. Since my grandma passed away none of us know anything about that side…

  • Tia McClaflin McCurtain Family from Tia McClaflin on December 2, 2014

    I am looking for information on the genealogy of the McCurtain Family specifically regarding Green’s line. My great grandmother Mary Cheney came from Reno Oklahoma and was supposed to be full blooded choctaw descendant of Green’s line. Since my grandma passed away none of us know anything about that side…

  • Macy Need info from Macy. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 2, 2014

    My grandmother and her sister told me that We are Choctaw and I was wanting to find out More about it. I’m not sure how to go about it But if there’s anything I can do I would love to find Out more. I have names of family members just…

  • Seirrha Trying to find more Information from Seirrha. 4 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 1, 2014

    I have been trying to find out more about my grandmothers family history and discovered that her biological grandfather, Eli Riley Griffin,(found out her mother was later adopted) was born in Choctaw Territory on February 6, 1870. I have been searching for a few months and haven’t been able to…

  • Pamela Domerese born on indian territory from Pamela Domerese. 3 comments, most recently from Pamela Domerese on November 29, 2014

    My grandmother and grandfather were born in Indian territory, Choctaw nation. What does this mean? I am just beginning to search for my family history.

  • Cynthia Whistler Bickler Help! I have old tintypes from Cynthia Whistler Bickler. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on November 27, 2014

    Hello, I am looking for help with identification of some old photos that were discovered after my mother died. They belonged to my grandmother, Alice York Whistler, who was the granddaughter of George Washington Choate. The only identification is “C C Bud Choate” written on the paper folder of one…

  • Ron Huckabay Dawes Roll Number Shows MCR from Ron Huckabay. 8 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on November 27, 2014

    My wife is going through the process of obtaining a CDIB card. Her ancestor’s roll number has a MCR next to it which I understand means Missippi Choctaw Rejected. Does that preclude her from being enrolled into the Choctaw Nation, and preclude her from obtaining a CDIB card? My wife’s…

  • Jay Wood Info about my family history from Jay Wood. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on November 27, 2014

    My grandfather was Lum Wood from either Tulia, Texas area or Frederick, Oklahoma. My father and I were estranged and he passed before we really made amends. His name was Jimmy McFarland Wood from that same area. From what I remember being told my grandfather Lum was full blood, but…

  • MELINDA DUDLEY STANLEY GEORGE WASHINGTON VAUGHN AND MEXICO (MECCO) VAUGHN from MELINDA DUDLEY STANLEY. 3 comments, most recently from Thelma Lenora Pierce on November 26, 2014

    I’m not sure if anyone can help, but I am looking for information about my great great grandparents. Their names were George Washington Vaughn and Mexico Vaughn. They had four children my great grandfather was Charley Vaughn. Stories are that Mexico (or Mecco) was of native american descent. They were…