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  • kay gibbs Nathaniel Robinson (b.1874-d.1910) Kentucky/Peoria, OK from kay gibbs. 3 comments, most recently from kay gibbs on January 3

    Trying to locate my grt grand father Nathaniel Robinson, b.1874 in Kentucky, d.1910 in Peoria, Oklahoma (Ottawa county). He was married to Susie Robbins-Kist b.1876 from Nebraska. He is buried at the Modoc Cemetery in Ottawa County, Oklahoma. He and Susie had 3 Robinson children together (Mable 1902-Julia 1904- Ernest…

  • Julie Polk Matte Williams from Julie Polk. 3 comments, most recently from Julie Polk on January 2

    Looking for any information on Matte Williams, she was born October 11, 1867 and died July 15, 1948. She married Alfred McQuiller in 1884 and later married Joe Barton in 1891. Her death place was Antioch, Mississippi. She and Alfred had four children: Lewis (1885-1967) William (1886-?) Minnie Elizabeth (1887-1981)…

  • Jessica Baughman Going, Northcutt, Williams, Caldwell from Jessica Baughman. 8 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on January 2

    Searching for my Native roots. Recently learned I am Choctaw and Cherokee :) Said to be through my Going line but unable to verify. Also believed to be Native as well through my other lines: Northcutt, Caldwell, Williams. Caldwell and Williams from Tennessee. Going and Northcutt from Alabama. Any information…

  • Jan P. John Tonkin South & Sophia West Chaffin (Sabin) from Jan P.. 3 comments, most recently from Alison Thomas on December 31, 2013

    I am helping my brother-in-laws family trace their roots. His mother said they come from the Choctaw lineage. If anyone has information on this line please let me know. Many thanks.

  • Sheba Hill 1940 census from Sheba Hill. 7 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 31, 2013

    I’m sorry I get to tapping and forget what I put and what I didn’t. The 1940 census was my grandmother and grandfather Hill. Earl Lee Hill, Roxie, Edna Earl, and Roy Lee Hill (my father). It was Oklahoma I believe. The death record for Minnie is the corre

  • Steve Jones-Donnelly Researching my Family from Steve Jones-Donnelly. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 30, 2013

    My Grandfather was Impson Jones. I am searching for any Information about him and his ancestors. I know that My Father was related to a Cowboy Pink and Daisy Williams and visited them in Durant OK Many Years ago.

  • Rick Spiva Tracing Genealogy of my Grandmother which is Choctaw from Rick Spiva. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 30, 2013

    My father was born on a Native American reservation in Keota, OK that was Choctaw and his mother was Choctaw. I have attached his original birth certificate. I am trying to find out more information out on her and her family and trace her heritage. I am not sure how…

  • Emily Hall Mourning Hobson (Hopson) from Emily Hall. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 30, 2013

    I have an ancestor by the name of Mourning Hobson born in the Saluda District of South Carolina in the mid-1700s. I’m looking for any information on him to know whether or not he is of the Choctaw Nation or not. Thanks.

  • Emma Solomon Information help on Sutton from Emma Solomon. 3 comments, most recently from Jerilyn Cook on December 30, 2013

    I am trying to help my daughter trace her family line and have come this far and wonder if anyone could help me farther this Name:Willie Sutton Age:1 Birth Date:abt 1897 Birthplace:Indian Territory, Oklahoma Home in 1900:Township 9, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory Race:White Gender:Female Relation to Head of House:Granddaughter Mother’s…

  • Trish Minnie Brown Gibson from Trish. 4 comments, most recently from Jackie on December 29, 2013

    I have a great-great grandmother named Minnie Brown. Chickasaw Indian. She married Silas Gibson full blood Choctaw. I have a Minnie Gibson listed on the chickasaw dawes roll #1171. My great-grandmother Jane Gibson listed as roll #1173 which is my roll#. I am trying to find out if these 2…

  • willie jackson whats my next step from willie jackson. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 29, 2013

    I have obtain my great grand fathers information and he’s choctaw and now what should I do as far to got to know who he is ans if he has land…

  • marilynr LOTTIE ROTH from marilynr. 5 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 28, 2013

    Lottie Roth was my great grandmother. She claimed to be one-half Choctaw. She was adopted by a non-Indian family and was raised by them. Their name was Roth. Lottie used several names throughout her life: Charlotte Reed, Charlotte Roth, for example. She was born in 1873 or so. She claimed…

  • Ron Southard Ida mae cummings from Ron Southard. 10 comments, most recently from rayson allen on December 28, 2013

    I’m trying to find out about my past? My Grand mother was Ida May Cummings and was married to Nathan Southard in the late 1800’s. Her Dawes roll number was 15880 and card no. was 5917. She is 1/4 Choctaw by blood. Any info about her or my great grandfather…

  • Kari dunn Bowers/Peter family from Kari dunn. 4 comments, most recently from Kari dunn on December 26, 2013

    I’m searching for family

  • Lorena Williams Late enrollees (1940s) from Lorena Williams. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 25, 2013

    My grand father enrolled in the Choctaw Tribe in the early 1940s. He received a tribal number but has been lost since his death. How can I find out what that # is. Not sure if application was made in Alabama or Mississippi. Looking for any help possible.

  • Lenore Carswell Looking for any relatives with Surname Scott from Lenore Carswell. 4 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 24, 2013

    My Paternal Great-great grandfather and my Great-grandfather were both full Choctaw if I am not mistaken. I am looking for anyone who would have some information pertaining to either of them. My Great-great grandfather’s name was Preacher Scott if I am not mistaken, and my his son my Great-grandfather’s name…

  • Deborah Ebeyer John Rose 1761-1843 & Betsy Bowen Rose 1763-1835 from Deborah Ebeyer. 10 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 24, 2013

    Hi my great, great, great, great, great grandparents were both Choctaw Indians according to a genealogy search I just found. I had no idea and I’m new to genealogy as well. He was born in Virginia and she was born in Pennsylvania and they moved to Kentucky where they later…

  • Steve Hudgins Steele Family -- Hugo, OK and Arkansas from Steve Hudgins. 3 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 21, 2013

    I am trying to find any roll number or information in regards to my great grandfather William Robert Steele. He had land in Arkansas, but was told the Tribe had taken the land back several years later. He is buried in Hugo, Oklahoma. I was told he was from the…

  • Joshua 1900 Census from Joshua. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 21, 2013

    I have found some ancestors on the 1900 census and it is specified as State-Indian Territory and County-Choctaw Nation is this the directory I would need to verify my Native American heritage for my maternal side? They are listed as white, but I was under the impression that at this…

  • Jennifer Guzman Looking for "Eugenia" or "Virginia" who could have had a child c. 1971 from Jennifer Guzman. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 19, 2013

    I am looking for anyone who could be related to my stepfather-in-law. He was told he is 100% Choctaw and that his mother died in childbirth. They told him her name was “Virginia” or something similar and that he was born on a ranch outside of Brownsville, TX. He has…