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  • Erinne The Love family from Erinne. 4 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 27

    My great great grandmother was Edna Malissa Love who was related to Sloan Love’s family. After Dancing Rabbit she elected to remain in Mississippi as she had married and had children with William Wortham Hamblett and so the family divided. The rest of her family moved to Oklahoma. I did…

  • Edward Brown Mixed bLood 43-4 from Edward Brown. 5 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 27

    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.

  • Mary Powell Charley Powell and son Edgar or Edward from Mary Powell. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 27

    Was searching through the 1900 census and found My Great Grandfathers name,Charley A. Powell his wifes name was Sarah.His mother was Zella,no father name listed.His B.D.1846,His mother apr.1822.Children,Edward,(my grandfather)Walter, Albert, Mimi, Ava.Top of census says Choctaw Nation.Indian territory Durrant Missouri.Any Info will be greatly appreciated. Mary

  • Edward Brown Mixed Blood 43-4 Meaning? Dora Sharp from Edward Brown. 10 comments, most recently from Edward Brown on April 27

    She is listed as mixed-blood choctaw on a census with her daughter whos last name is gould has a 43-4 number by it.You have to look at the actual paper record to see this. Her father was a man named Ellis Gooch and mother Sally Terry who was born in…

  • Edward Brown Mixed Blood 43-4 Meaning? Dora Sharp from Edward Brown. 3 comments, most recently from Edward Brown on April 27

    She is listed as mixed-blood choctaw on a census with her daughter whos last name is gould has a 43-4 number by it.You have to look at the actual paper record to see this. Her father was a man named Ellis Gooch and mother Sally Terry who was born in…

  • Valerie Mary Claud Park from Valerie. 6 comments, most recently from Edward Brown on April 27

    Did anyone know Mary Claud Park? My father was born in Pheonix Arizonia and his orginal birth certificate list Mary Claud Park as his mother. In all our research the only Mary Claud Park we can find leads us back to the one from Durrant. I have located the Census…

  • Edward Brown Census Help Mixed Blood numbers from Edward Brown. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 27

    Does anyone know the meanings of Mixed blood numbers of 43-4 and other numbers on the census.

  • pamela Minnie L. White from pamela. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 27

    I am looking for inforamation on my Great Great Grandmother Minnie L.White.She was with my Great Great Grandfather Gilliam E. Hill.He was burried at the Indian Camp Cemetary. Having a tough time finding information on my Great Great Grandmother. Any help would be appre iTed. Thank you

  • Rachel Ingram Batt Ingram from Rachel Ingram. 8 comments, most recently from Valerie Arballo on April 27

    Hello, I am seeking information on my great-grandfather’s heritage… To the best of my knowledge he was, at least in part, of Choctaw heritage. If anyone else has any knowledge on him or his genealogy, I would greatly appreciate the help. The most I know of him: Batt Ingram Born:…

  • Megan Snyder Great Grandpa Kelsey from Megan Snyder. 3 comments, most recently from Barbara Thomas on April 27

    I’m in search of records on my Great Grandpa Kelsey, his family, and our Choctaw lineage. I can tell you his legal name was Jesse Greene Kelsey, born 04/12/1870, in Franklin County, Arkansas – lived in Mill Creek, Arkansas moved to LeFlore County, OK in 1910m lived in Cowlington, OK…

  • Sandra Pettiford Tiefia/Tubia Bell and Leontine Pettiford from Sandra Pettiford. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 24

    I am searching for any information on Tiefia/Tubia Bell (Choctaw) and her daughter Leontine Pettiford. Tiefia/Tubia lived in Muskogee in 1900-1911 Leontine and her husband and several children in Okmulgee from 1920-1940. The family (Harry Pettiford Cherokee/African American and wife Leontine) lived on the reservation and had several children.

  • 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 24

    clarence williams amos williams dona williams rose williams jackson williams

  • Dana Easley Mays or Mayo Choctaw Nation from Dana Easley. 3 comments, most recently from Emily Cross on April 24

    I am trying to locate information on Great,Great grandfather William Hays. He was listed on the 1910 census record as black. Two children, Lottie and M.T. Williams (also black) were shown as living with the A.G. Cross family in Blanchard at this time. Hays was shown to be the father…

  • Dana Ward Robert Dolphus Glasscock & Samantha Jane Black (1897-1969) from Dana Ward. 4 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 23

    Hello :) my husbands’ grandparents are from Durant, Oaklahoma. I have been trying to do his family hx .. his indian heritage and im stuck. I was hoping someone may know of his grandparents Robert Dolphus Glasscock & Samantha Jane Black (1897-1969)? Any information would be greatly appreciated!

  • Jackie Day Luckett John Colbert born abt. 1889 from Jackie Day Luckett. 11 comments, most recently from Brian Hicks on April 23

    I am in search of any information on John Colbert, he was my Granny’s father her name was Frances Colbert, she married Raymond Amos, then she married Henry Nelson. Her mother was Wisey Bunnup. My auntie said that all she knew about John Colbert was that he died young and…

  • mary Shirley Silmon Family. from mary. 8 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 23

    I am looking for any information about birth mother and siblings, or relatives.I was born in the 60’s. Would love to hear from anyone that knows my mother.I’ve missed out on my native culture,would love to know more about it,so I tell my own children. Hope to hearfrom someone.

  • kathy jo anderson McKay family Choctaw connections from kathy jo anderson . 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 23

    Hi, I am looking for some info on my Choctaw ancestors who were reportedly from around Louisville, Mississippi. My grandparents were very reticent to even speak about these connections, having a historical memory of property confiscation of even suspected tribal people. My grandmother would simply not even discuss my grandfather’s…

  • Aaron Chastain Family Line from Aaron. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on April 21

    I am trying to trace my Choctaw Heritage; any assistance would be greatly appreciated. My grandmother told me that her mother was full Choctaw from Oklahoma. She married into the Chastain family and her husband’s name was Andy. Her Christian given name was Jenny. All of the family documents and…

  • rekroll 7th Great Grandfather Search from rekroll. 6 comments, most recently from Vickie Sue on April 19

    I am looking for information on my grand children’s 6th great grandmother’s, She Ni Yah (Choctaw), father, Hanok Ochanakahoma Yah. He was supposedly born in 1757 in Choctaw Mississippi. Can anyone help? Regards

  • Janice G. Rasdon Zachariah Mangrum married Nancy R. Jones from Janice G. Rasdon. 3 comments, most recently from Pam Loper on April 19

    Looking for information about the above. Nancy R. Jones is the daughter of Samuel Nashoba Jones (Full Blood) and Peggy Smith who was Choctaw also. Nancy was born 1800 in East Choctaw Nation Mississippi.