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  • J. Bonaparte Information from J. Bonaparte. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on November 16, 2012

    looking for info on the family of Simpson Bonaparte 12476 and Jacob Bonaparte 12477

  • Brandis (Brown) Winters Wanting to know more from Brandis (Brown) Winters. 3 comments, most recently from nturney on November 16, 2012

    I have a Choctaw CDIB, I know my grand-mother’s name was Opal LeFlore and that is all I know about my history. My heritage only comes from my Mother’s moms side of the family and I don’t even have the slightest clue where to start. I know Opal is buried…

  • Banker Choctaw---Goforth from Banker. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on November 16, 2012

    I am researching my genealogy and believe that I may have some Choctaw ancestors. I have hit a road block in my research and need some assistance. My maternal grandmother was Ethyl Juanita Goforth. Her dad was Curtis Lee Goforth and his dad was Robert Goforth. My problem is that…

  • Jim Byrd How would I see this court case? from Jim Byrd. 5 comments, most recently from Tracie Lopez on November 13, 2012

    I was looking at Dawes card #5209, in which several people in a family were denied citizenship by the Choctaw and Chickasaw citizenship court in 1896, and the card cited case #447. How would I see the details and testimony for this case? I would be curious to know if…

  • Mook Smallwood Choctaw by the Last name Vaden from Mook Smallwood. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on November 13, 2012

    Hello , my name is Mook Smallwood. I have the pleasure of still being alive with my great great grandmother . Her maiden name is Helen Vaden she’s 98 and her father was the chief of a Choctaw tribe. Both my great great grandma and her father were born in…

  • Bennie Trying To Find Great-Grandfather's Family (CATO) from Bennie. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on November 12, 2012

    Hi Everyone, My great-grandfather was a CATO and had a child named Precious Cato on April 19, 1916 with a lady that had the maiden name Stoutenburg in Oklahoma. The child, Precious Cato, later married a Roosevelt Haywood and both moved to Los Angeles in the 40s having two children…

  • Alberta Betterson Trying To Discover My Family Heritage from Alberta Betterson. 6 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on November 12, 2012

    Hi, My name is Alberta and I was told by my maternal grandmother (Lydia Ann Simmons) before she died that she was half Native American and half Black. Her mother, my great-grandmother (Pallie Montgomery) was half Choctaw and her father, my great-grandfather (John Henry Moten) was half Blackfoot. John Henry…

  • Jackie Lewter Fawn Locke please help if you can from Jackie Lewter. 6 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on November 12, 2012

    Hello I am looking for any info on Nancy Ann Burchfield who our family has always called her Fawn Locke she may have been borned or raised by William Carol Owens who married Harriet Clemmons and they had a child in October 1843 Washington County Arkansas and named her Nancy…

  • Aisha Deersound Linole AN OLD RAVER NOW ONCE MORE RAVES BY OUR SIDE! from Aisha Deersound Linole. 2 comments, most recently from Aisha Deersound Linole on November 12, 2012

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hU9PM4LRgJc 1hr Old Skool Piano House / 90’s Rave Classics DJ Mix ancient matriarchy dont sell the land, nothing can be owned energy just flows nothing can really be gained or lost KNOW THIS! hachem hullo li!

  • Linda Dotson Shook Choctaw Marriage bond from Linda Dotson Shook. 5 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on November 12, 2012

    I am looking for Mary Reno. I have a Choctaw marriage bond between her and Floyd Dotson in Roane County Tennessee November 11 1830. She was a sister to Ciely Reno Raincrow Who was married to Archibald Dotson. Any information would be appreciate. Linda

  • jayare am i choctaw ? from jayare. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on November 12, 2012

    My grandmother is joyce powell and she told me, before she passed on that her father turner powell was choctaw by blood :) is this true ? And if so where do i go from here?

  • Jim Byrd children of Albert Forbus and Jane Fipps from Jim Byrd. 5 comments, most recently from Carei on November 11, 2012

    I was trying to find any record of the children of Albert Forbus (#1859 on the Dawes Roll) and Jane Fipps (white, but admitted to the tribe by intermarriage, be decision of the Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes). They were married on April 5, 1868. My great-grandfather may possibly…

  • Aisha Deersound Linole the healing journey of wanti from Aisha Deersound Linole on November 10, 2012

    my mom comes up and shes like take a shower and take a shower and can i wash clothes and its in this robot fashion then im just like im meditating on the holocaust im sorry ive just felt really sensitive lately and she keeps telling me to take a…

  • Louise Jordan Where do I come from? from Louise Jordan. 4 comments, most recently from Louise Jordan on November 10, 2012

    Hello, I am trying to find out where I come from. I am an african American woman whose family is part choctaw Indian. My great-grandmothers name was Gertrude Montue. Her maiden name was Chaytor. The last known relative that I know of with the family name was Mcgruder Chaytor. They…

  • Aisha Deersound Linole Behold! the Directionless Tribal Root Diety Nanishta is manifesting a large rejection of Christianity, Satanism, Demonism, bhakti without jnani, and gurus from Aisha Deersound Linole on November 10, 2012

    Behold! the Directionless Tribal Root Diety Nanishta is manifesting a large rejection of Christianity, Satanism, Demonism, bhakti without jnani, and gurus without going forth into the community, as a mitzvah to the people, still raving! “THE CANNABIS IS SACRED BUT MUST BE USED WITH RESPECT” – Nanishta

  • Kris Sivillo Heritage from Kris Sivillo. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on November 10, 2012

    I do not know where to look or how to start to find out about my grandmother. My mother told me my grandmother was a chocktaw indian. My mother has been gone for 14 years now and was the youngest of 12 children. The oldest my aunt is still alive…

  • Tikeyta Lankfords? from Tikeyta. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on November 9, 2012

    any Lankfords from SE Oklahoma??

  • Kathie Cannon Zuniga Family History from Kathie Cannon Zuniga. 7 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on November 8, 2012

    Trying to find out Genealogy

  • Lisa Knox Tracing possible Choctaw connection from Lisa Knox. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on November 8, 2012

    I am African American with the typical family stories of Indian heritage. I come from an area rich with Native ancestry, but I want to know if I have a Choctaw one. A city near me is named Paducah, Kentucky after a Chief Paduke, who was Chickasaw. But a few…

  • raidertm2002 Last name Keel from raidertm2002. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on November 6, 2012

    My great grandfather was full choctaw and was on the Dawes Roll. Unfortunately he died when my grandmother was very young and I don’t know much about his side of the family. I would like to apply for tribal membership, but I don’t have a copy of his birth or…