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  • freebird looking for my great grandmother from freebird. 3 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 11

    She was a full blooded Choctaw Indian living around Sturgis, Mississippi in the late 1800s or early 1900s. Her maiden name was Leona Allen; married name was Ivy. Her son, my grandfather was William Fred Lester Ivy.

  • Leo Pergson Mixed Blood 43-4- from Leo Pergson on March 10

    We know the Number is under Indian Blood Degree- What I have learned over the years it refers to Degree of Full Blood Indian Marriages with whites and children Mixed Bloods. INDIANS IN THE UNITED STATES- Indian Population in the United States and Alaska-1910- Marriages among Mixed Bloods- 43-2. The…

  • Bonnie Greco English Lafayette Yates born 1827 from Bonnie Greco. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 10

    Searching for information on English Lafayette Yates born 1827 in Tenn. but was farming in Kiamichi County around 1868. Bonnie

  • Edward Brown Mixed bLood 43-4 from Edward Brown. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 10

    I am looking for information on her. A censes shows she is mixed blood Chowtaw and has a number 43-4. I am most interested in what 43-4 means at this point. It says mixed blood with a 43-4 over it.

  • Justin Chapdelaine Looking for more information on Lena Kemp from Justin Chapdelaine. 7 comments, most recently from Leo Pergson on March 10

    While going through some paperwork at my grandma’s house I came upon some research that she had done on her native heritage. The farthest she had gotten was to her grandmother Lena Kemp (my gr. gr. grandmother). This has sparked my interest and I have been looking into the matter…

  • Susan Perry missing links from Susan Perry. 5 comments, most recently from Sonya Deaton - (Pistubbee) on March 8

    Hello, I have so little to work with, but I want to know more. My grandmother Glades Perry (married name) was said to be 100% Mississippi Choctaw, she died at the age of 25 around 1945. My father was her oldest child Albert Lawrence Perry Jr. he was born in…

  • Caroline Questions about CDIB from Caroline. 3 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 7

    Hello, I found my great great grandfather on the Dawes Rolls and would like to enroll in the Choctaw tribe, however I must first acquire my CDIB. No living members of my family have one. On the CDIB form, there are no spots for great great grandparents. It only goes…

  • Jeff Brooks Emily Moore - Tribal Enrollment/Card from Jeff Brooks. 3 comments, most recently from Choctaw Nation Genealogy on March 7

    I am looking for information on how become a Choctaw citizen. I have traced my genealogy back to Emily Moore (Maiden name White) on the Dawes Rolls (No.3203, Name: Moore, Emily, Age: 19, Sex: F, Blood: Full, Census Card No.: 1177). She is my great, great grand mother on my…

  • Kenneth Ayers Kenneth Ayers (Please Read) from Kenneth Ayers. 3 comments, most recently from BarbAyers on March 7

    I am the son of Kenneth Jerold Ayers; who was born on October 12,1943 and murdered on May 15, 1975 in El Paso TX, and was a member of this tribe. I am currently married to a member of the Sicangu Lakota Tribe in South Dakota with three daughters. I…

  • Shelly GARLAND family LOTS of questions! from Shelly. 4 comments, most recently from Alaina Garland on March 5

    Ok, so I have done extensive genealogy research and I keep hitting the SAME WALL. I have traced my roots back to a point that has woven 3 Choctaw bloodlines into my heritage. The first is Phoebe Barbera Peck, daughter of Mary Peck married Samuel Garland in Claiborne, TN on…

  • khembre Looking for information on Samuel Nashoba Jones (Alias: James 'Jim' Jones) from khembre. 21 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 5

    Samuel Nashoba Jones b. 1765 Okafalaya, Choctaw, Mississippi. d. 1810 Choctaw, Mississippi. I find evidence his fater was Simon P Jones (possibly Scotish) and his mother was ‘Tuskanoga’ (b. 1732, Choctaw Nation East, Georgia). He may have had up to 3 wives with possibly 1 of them being white. I…

  • Bobby Von Martin Shumaka and Robert Cole from Bobby Von Martin. 4 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 5

    i recently started to dig a little futher in my blood line, and alot of these genealogy websites people seem to attach to family trees. i recently saw copies of my 3xgrandma dawes card, Letha Smith/Cox/Daniels, and followed her parents alfred Daniels and Mary Brashears all the way up to…

  • John Minger Looking for ties to William Franklin "Bill" Lindsey. from John Minger. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 1

    Am trying to locate any information on the Lindsey families from Alabama. My great grand father was William Franklin “Bill” Lindsey and I have been unable to find any information on him in any of the other genealogy databases. He and his wife Janie Dell Lindsey were full blood Choctaw….

  • Terri Berch McGee B.T. and Tempey Elkin from Terri Berch McGee. 11 comments, most recently from Choctaw Nation Genealogy on February 27

    I am seeking explanation regarding B.T. and Tempey Elkin. They are my great, great grandparents. After doing a search, I found a hit by Suzanne Hamlet Shatto for the Hayes family. I see them with card numbers from both Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations. How can I get an explanation as…

  • Bryan Herring Mary Battiest from Bryan Herring. 4 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on February 27

    My Grandmother is Raydonia Herring. Her father was O.L. “Monk” Hull. His mother was Mary Battiest. That is about as much information as I or any member of our family has been able to trace. There is very little information about Mary that I can locate so if anyone is…

  • Pamela Haley Genealogy on Fry or Fey family from Pamela Haley. 24 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on February 27

    My family has told me that I come from Cherokee-Choctaw lineage but, my family was not close so, it’s been a guessing game. Also, I was told My Grandmother and her brother did not sign up on the Dawes because they wanted to distance themselves from the discrimination but, I…

  • Vicki Any help will do from Vicki . 3 comments, most recently from Sonya Deaton - (Pistubbee) on February 27

    I am trying to find information on my great grandmother on my dad’s side. Her name is Alice Adkins (Wilson, Taylor, Walker). She was born in 1866 in Virginia at least it is what her Death certificate says. It also says her father’s name was Charles Adkins and her mother…

  • Shauna Rhoden missing family & true identity from Shauna Rhoden. 5 comments, most recently from Sonya Deaton - (Pistubbee) on February 25

    Hello I am interested in learning more about my father’s family the rhodens. This last name was originally spelled as roden. I also wanted to get in contact with any living descendants; as well as possibly enroll in the Choctaw nation. My great aunt sinia mae rhoden and great grandpa…

  • Leo Pergson -MCR 14th Article Mississippi Choctaw "Claimant" Whereas; 1,540 "SPECIAL MCR-14th Article Claimants WERE ENROLLED! from Leo Pergson on February 24

    HAlito- HAKLO ANUMPA- Hello- No- Choctaw Nation CDIB Application" with an MCR-Attached to a Roll Number- If you are a “Proven” MCR-14th Article Claimants- only interested in a Choctaw Nation CDIB Card- and do not’ understand or interested in the 14th Article 1830 Treaty- and the MCR-14th Article Claimants- Difference…

  • Teresa Mae Walruff My Grandma McBee from Teresa Mae Walruff. 3 comments, most recently from Steve Graves on February 24

    Looking for some info on my Grandma. McBee, Olive May , 16 , Bokoshe , C.N., I.T., to Walruff, Charles , 26 , Bokoshe , 12 Sep 1898