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  • Tammy Davis looking for Ancestors from Tammy Davis. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 27, 2013

    I am looking for information on the four children of Chief Apukshunnubbee. We are doing a family tree & found out he is my 5x great grandfather. I am a healer & have always sought knowledge on my ancestors.So far I have only found his daughter’s name(Tioka).I haven’t found any…

  • Marsha Looking for info on Greatgrandmother from Marsha. 6 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 25, 2013

    My great grandmother was Angronia Rager born 1857-1934 she married Matthew Blundell. They had a son Ananias Blundell Born 1885 in Caldwell, Tx. I’m looking for info on Angronia, I pretty sure she was of the Choctaw Nation. Can anyone help me?

  • Michele Any help is appreciated from Michele. 3 comments, most recently from Michele on April 25, 2013

    I know that my great-great grandmother was full-blooded Choctaw. I know that her daughter, my great-grandmother, was named Marguerite M Pons (married name). Unfortunately, I don’t know her maiden name. I am just starting out in trying to find my family history. If anyone has any information that might be…

  • Cindy Choctaw tribe of Kentucky from Cindy. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 24, 2013

    I have had no success in search for my mother’s father’s family. My great-grandmother was Cherokee and my great-grandfather was Choctaw. My great-grandfather was killed in a barroom brawl before Grandpa was born. My great-grandmother returned to her reservation in Madill, OK. Grandpa was born in the back of a…

  • Khamal Moncrief Looking for confirmation of my research... from Khamal Moncrief. 3 comments, most recently from Jimmie T. Watson on April 23, 2013

    Hello, I have been doing my family genealogy and believe I have discovered that my Great Grandfather: Captain Reynolds Moncrief was part Choctaw and on the Dawes Rolls (CC#4566/Enr#12652 – Choctaw by Blood). I was planning on gathering the necessary certificates to submit my application packet for CDIB and was…

  • aiahninchi ohoyo my grandmother left out of folsom family genealogy... from aiahninchi ohoyo on April 23, 2013

    halito i have finally come to the point where im getting really tired of my 3rd great grandmother, malinda folsom dean, who was the daughter of capt jeremiah and mary nail folsom, not being included in folsom family genealogy except very rarely…her sister, emeline folsom robinson is always there, but…

  • suzanne hamlet shatto Finding your ancestor from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 21, 2013

    yes, you have to get organized for this to happen. i recommend that you get a genealogy program. this is a good one. http://www.legacyfamilytree.com/ the basic free edition is GREAT. it is as important to know which things you already tried and didn’t find information as it is to know…

  • Egypt Maiden name for my great-great-grandma from Egypt. 4 comments, most recently from Ray Hogge on April 20, 2013

    Hello, I am new to this Genealogy forum and I am looking for some help. My Great,Great Grandmother was Georgia Ann Hogge she was married to C.J.Hogge and had 5 children. What I am looking for is her maiden name before it became Hogge. My mother never knew it nor…

  • Jason Holbrook Riley Wishard, Born around 1877. Can anyone help? from Jason Holbrook. 3 comments, most recently from Jason Holbrook on April 20, 2013

    My Great Grandfather was full Choctaw and was born in Oklahoma, his name is Riley Wishard. I know at some point he lived on the reservation because his daughter, my grandmother spoke about it. She also never recieved a birth certificate for some reason, her name is Edith Olean Wishard….

  • Meagan Carnolie Runton from Meagan. 3 comments, most recently from Colin Kelley on April 20, 2013

    I have been told by my family that my great-grandfather, Carnolie Runton, was once a chief of the Choctaw Tribe. I was told that he was burried in his head-dress and everything. I have been trying to find some documentation of everything, but it has been difficult. I would love…

  • DAVIS PERRY Boland Perry from DAVIS PERRY. 4 comments, most recently from Colin Kelley on April 20, 2013

    I’m Searching for information on Boland and Nancy Perry.Boland was Born About 1825 and lived in Haskell, County. Probably was a farmer. I’m not sure if he was Choctaw or white.Nancy was a Leflore. Boland’s First name is Possibly Lyman or Lymon. May have lived in Stigler.There use to be…

  • Loretta Webster Searching for roll # for my grandmother: Mary Jane Sexton from Loretta Webster. 4 comments, most recently from Colin Kelley on April 20, 2013

    My daughter found my grandmother’s name listed on an Indian Census. It listed my grandmother’s name, her age at the time of the census (age 7)which was correct according to her birthdate…however it listed her as Choctaw and we always thought she was Cherokee. How do I begin researching this?…

  • Summer Need assistance on getting my roll card from Summer . 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 20, 2013

    I just recently got in contact with my dad’s family….I was wondering if there is a way i could get started on getting assistance…can’t afford to get my dad’s birth certificate to finish the process….i do have all my great great grandparents information roll/dawes #’s and also learned one of…

  • aiahninchi ohoyo i keep forgetting from aiahninchi ohoyo. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 18, 2013

    halito…i keep forgetting to post my new email address…it is currently… choctawlady47@gmail.com…looking for any info on my folsom family….j l weiss truitt…yakoke!!!

  • AncientSunSugar Parker Lineage from AncientSunSugar. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 18, 2013

    My grandmother was born on the reservation in Oklahoma, later moving to Kentucky and eventually Alabama. Her mother (my great grandmother) was Mamor Parker (Parker was her maiden name), her brother was Melvin Parker, and a younger sibling named Lucy Parker (who died in 2008 at the age of 96)….

  • K S Sandbothe Heritage to Choctaw from K S Sandbothe. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 18, 2013

    Hello, I’m researching for a school project. I’m looking for any information about my Great great great Grandmother who was full blooded Choctaw from Oklahoma. I don’t know her name but her sons name was Lucian Berry, he died in St. Louis in the late 1970’s. If you can tell…

  • Felecia Smith Bolden from Felecia Smith. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 18, 2013

    Hello, I am trying to determine if my Paternal Great Grandmother was of the Choctaw Nation. At one point in time I searched the Dawes Commission Rolls and found her name, now in searching I can not find her name. The ARC says some people of the Choctaw Nation are…

  • Christine Giles Surnames Cotner and Walker from Christine Giles. 6 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 18, 2013

    My mother’s ancestors were in Indian Territory, Choctaw Nation in the late 1800’s. William Henry Cotner came there from Carthage, MO, in the company of a minister by the name of Aaron Short. Cotner married Aaron’s daughter, Mildred; their first child was born in Blaine, I.T., Choctaw Nation in 1885….

  • Karen Dunkin Adoption obtaining CDIB from Karen Dunkin. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 18, 2013

    I was placed for adoption in 1961 have recently found my birth-family and found out that my great grandmother was Choctaw. I have petitioned the District Court in Austin Texas for the required paperwork needed to obtain my CDIB and they provided all but what I need the most original…

  • Misty Day John C. Penney and Mary Elizabeth Penney from Misty Day. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 13, 2013

    I have grown up always being told I had ties to the Choctaw Indians, but never knew where to look. While researching My family tree I have found that my grandfather lived on/near the reservation in 1900, he was 2 years old according to the record. His name is Guy…