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  • Amanda gary Victoria Raymond from Amanda gary. 6 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 15

    My great great was Victoria Raymond, born around 1850. Our family tells the story the she was Choctaw. She her sister and mother were stolen,taken from Oklahoma and sold into slavery in Louisiana around New Iberia. It is said they arrived Louisiana shackled and chained to their mother. They also…

  • alanderson Blue Family - Dancing Rabbit Creek - Mushulatubbee district On Tombigbee from alanderson. 5 comments, most recently from alanderson on April 14

    I am searching my family history and have run into a road block. I am in need of help! My 5xgreat grandmother Alihoke/Alahoka was a Choctaw and her husband James Blue (listed on the index of known mix bloods as negro) signed the treaty at dancing rabbit creek to remain….

  • Tracy King LOOKING FOR THOMPSON, OSCAR from Tracy King. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 14

    I found some records in the census showing my Great Grandpa lived in Territory 6 in the Choctaw Nation when he was 12 yrs old. I have his parents name but does anyone know how I find out more???

  • Glenn D Reasoner Looking for info on AH Matthews from Glenn D Reasoner. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 14

    I’m looking for information on a Asbury Hilliard Matthews who died in Garvin OK, 27 Jul 1890. He died before his son was born in Marlowe, OK in Nov 1890. Would there be a record or a grave around? Many Thanks, Glenn

  • Tina Bortoli Choctaw Heritage Confirmation-Hammer/Shipman/Henson/Baker Genealogy from Tina Bortoli. 6 comments, most recently from Tina Bortoli on April 13

    I am searching for my Choctaw heritage. My Great grandparents lived in Township 6, Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory in the 1920’s. I have been told I am Choctaw from an early age. I’ve recently viewed the Dawes Roll and found several familiar names. Could you assist in verifying my relatives?…

  • Cynthia Vanhnarath (Summers) Last name Summers from Cynthia Vanhnarath (Summers). 4 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 12

    hello I’m trying to trace my family history and I know my real fathers last name was Summers, first name Michael. My brother was born in the Indian hospital there on the reservation but I was born in California. Any Summers out there?

  • Graham White Records of White settlers in the Choctaw Nation? from Graham White. 3 comments, most recently from rayson allen on April 12

    Hi, My great-great-great grandfather, Christopher C. White, came to Oklahoma in 1889. I believe he originally lived in the region belonging to the Choctaw Nation. However, he wasn’t a Choctaw or a freedmen, and neither he nor his children ever married into the tribe. He wasn’t there very long at…

  • Margaret Hicks Information on paternal 2nd great-grandmother from Margaret Hicks. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 10

    I am trying to find information on my paternal 2nd great-grandmother. Her name is Tilitha (possibly Taliha) Perry and we believe her birthday to be January,1824 or later. I have found one person matching her name and birth date who was born in Alabama. In our family stories, however, she…

  • Robert Crosby Trail of tears from Robert Crosby. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 10

    I am researching my grandmother’s place on the Dawes Rolls. Winnie Walden had # 9799 Choctaw by Blood on the rolls. She was 3 at the time she was on the roll. Her mother – Elizabeth Spruell had the same roll number as did another sister. We are trying to…

  • MeeMee Crittenton Choctaw roots from MeeMee Crittenton. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 8

    Hello, I would like to know if anyone had any information on my grandparents and family there “Crittenton” last name and are from the Oklahoma tribe. I also know they were one of the last too leave then migrated to Texas. Thank you

  • Trisha Schelble Hawk (Hock) from Trisha Schelble. 3 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 8

    I would like to find out if George Washington Hawk (Hock) Sr was really the chief of the Choctaw in Oklahoma, pre-civil war period. Not sure of dates. I hear his Indian name was Chief Little George. And if there as any other info about him and those before. I…

  • Scott Coleman My Great Grandmother from Scott Coleman. 5 comments, most recently from Maria OBrien on April 7

    Hello, I am trying to place what tribe my Great Grandmother came from. Her name is Havo Maud Haskins and she was born in the 1800’s in Illinois. She married Edward Clickner and moved to Beadle South Dakota. Please help. Thank you.

  • Donna Badon finding my Grandmother's information from Donna Badon. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 7

    I was born in Oklahoma city in 1958. I was adopted and am searching for information on my Grandmother. My grandparents names are George Franklin and Fannie (Lattimer)Hood. From everything I have found, my grandmother was Choctaw. She was born in 1905 and married in 1923. She and my grandfather…

  • Amy Looking for info on Amanda Crumpler from Amy. 3 comments, most recently from Amy on April 6

    Hi. I am looking for information on my second great grandmother, Amanda Crumpler. Here is what I know. She was born August 19, 1854 in Texas to James Crumpler and Elizabeth (Bettie) Stone. She died February 25, 1942 in Whitehouse, Tx. I have found some information that she was registered…

  • Pam Baehre Robert Crews Family from Pam Baehre. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 6

    I’m looking for information about my great grandfather, Robert Crews from Atawa, Arkansas. My father said his father was 1/2 Choctaw. I found an obitary for Roxie Ann Crews (10/3/1896-12/23/1994) How do I find more information? Pam (Crews) Baehre

  • Julie Mckinney and Collins Families from Julie. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 5

    I am looking for ties to John H. Mckinney (born 1860 in Missouri. Also looking for ties to Elijah Collins born 1795 in Virginia. These are my great grandfathers.

  • Cole R Squires Lydia Jane Newell (Flynn, Gray) from Cole R Squires. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 4

    My great, great, great grandmother was named Lydia Jane Newell, and was born in Illinois. Oral history in my family states that she was Native American, but there are no details on tribal association. At 19 she was married to an Irishman named Michael Flynn somewhere in Oklahoma. After his…

  • jamal looking for the williams family jack williams mary jane triplett williams .if you know cindy williams whooley and kelly smith tell them to hit me up cell 1559 -362-7712 or my facebook jamal upshur from lemoore CA from jamal on April 2

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  • tincanbaby seeking info from tincanbaby. 6 comments, most recently from jamal on April 2

    How does one find out a name for a Coctaw male? My grandmother had a child that was fathered by a Choctaw. We have never been able to find out his name. My great grandmother’s name was Mary Jane Williams, my grandmother’s name was Lillian Williams, the baby’s name was…

  • Sacred Seeds Welch of Bok Tuklo Mississippi from Sacred Seeds. 13 comments, most recently from Elizabeth on April 2

    Nathaniel Folsom as I understand went to Bok Tuklo (Two Creeks) and remained there when his parents moved on to the Chickasaw Nation. Nathaniel was working there with a “Mr. Welch.” I am trying to find out who this Mr. Welch was, and anything more about this Welch family. Were…