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  • Valerie Mary Claud Park from Valerie. 4 comments, most recently from Patricia (O'Dea) Kelley on February 7, 2012

    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…

  • Carol Jane Young born c1826 Northern America died 1888 Dublin Eire from Carol. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on February 6, 2012

    I wonder if it is possible to trace ancestry with you. My 3 x Gt Granny was called Jane Young born c 1828, she married an Irishman called William Mallins, my 2x Gt granny was born in the USA and was listed as an British subject because of her father….

  • Karen Young Looking for info on Francis Marion Cochran from Karen Young. 3 comments, most recently from Karen Young on February 5, 2012

    I am looking for any info pertaining to my great grandfather Francis Marion Cochran. He was married to Mary Jane Capps. Weekly County Tenn. If any one has any kind of info please let me know. We are trying to see if they have an Indian Roll Number. We have…

  • Jalin Ware Knowing My Family Background from Jalin Ware. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on February 5, 2012

    Hey my name is Jalin Ware, I really don’t know what to say. I want to know where I come from ,and who my Indian ancestors are. I always realized that there was a part of me bigger then myself ,and I just want to know more about where my…

  • Samantha Information on Bertha Selby? Birthdate: July 21st, 1887 from Samantha. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on February 4, 2012

    Good afternoon- Do you have information on a Bertha Selby Salvins Renfro (I believe Selby to be her maiden name and Salvins and Renfro to be her married names since she wed twice) Bertha is my great great grandmother and it’s said that she was Choctaw/ Chickasaw. Her birthday would…

  • Kachina Finding out all the imformation is alot,what do all of you think about DNA testing? from Kachina. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on February 4, 2012

    Just wanting to cover my whole family geneealogy.

  • BillysBrat Please Help from BillysBrat. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on February 3, 2012

    My husband was adopted at 5, he was always told he was Cherokee. We have found his Birth family and I have been doing genealogy and found his great grandmother Lived on Choctaw nation in 1900. And HER great grandmother lived Chickasaw Nation in Michagan. What do I do now…

  • Amber Hezekiah Autrey from Amber. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on February 3, 2012

    I found an enrollment card # M 1158 …what does NR mean under the children?

  • Ashley Aldape Help!!! Looking for long lost family members! from Ashley Aldape. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on February 2, 2012

    My family has been trying to prove our heritage for years and keep hitting walls. First off My Father was born Steven Bradley Farve 1957, I’m told he was half Choctaw. His mother was Thelma L Farve born in 1938 her father was Andrew Farve born in 1909. Now we…

  • kathleen phillip-rodriguez lastname change: philips to phillip... from kathleen phillip-rodriguez. 6 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on January 30, 2012

    my grand father was born Dwight Edmond Phillip DOB Sept. 19 1923 i believe he was born in Muskogee OK, his brother is Thomas Clark Phillip Sr. who was married to a beautiful woman named Mavis. my father is Dwight E. Phillip Jr., from what i hear he has a…

  • Georg Curnutt Georg Robert Curnutt from Georg Curnutt. 4 comments, most recently from Georg Curnutt on January 30, 2012

    I was always told that my fathers Grandmother was full Choctaw. And my fathers Grandfather was a French man last named Carnot who fled France during a Revolution, made it to the Mississippi River by ship. And somewhere along the way to Missouri (Lake of the Ozarks area) took up…

  • jaybirdc william e bohannon jr. from jaybirdc. 3 comments, most recently from Frank Williams on January 29, 2012

    william e bohannon jr is listed on the treaty of the dancing rabbit as 1/2 indian. his mother is listed as unknow choctaw woman. does anyone have anything on this family. he would have been my grandfather 4×. thank you jaybirdc

  • Mikesj73 Choctaw registry. from Mikesj73. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on January 26, 2012

    I have always been told my greatgrandwother was 1/2 Indian. I recently starting doing geneaology research so I decided to look and see what I could find for her. Her name was Katie Belle Stanley (maiden name) b. 1891. Her parents were George W. Stanley b. abt 1857 and Fannie…

  • Edward "Eddie" Bonner Addie Bates 1893 - 9/21/1964 from Edward "Eddie" Bonner. 3 comments, most recently from Robbie Sutlive on January 26, 2012

    I’m searching for any information about Addie Bates who married Coleman Jasper Hardin (1867 – 1940) in Arkansas, to become Addie Hardin, and later moved to Texas where she died (Brazoria County, Texas). I’ve also heard the name “Georgia” tossed around, so I’m unsure if she was also known as…

  • Niles K. Dodd Snow in Mississippi from Niles K. Dodd. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on January 26, 2012

    My father once told me his mother and his mothers mother were both Choctaw. Although my father and some of his sisters have features i might associate with the indigeneous population, i believed that claim was as reliable as his telling me he used to walk through snow and uphill…

  • donn griffith desperatly seeking info on g-grandmother from donn griffith. 4 comments, most recently from Barbara on January 26, 2012

    i am trying to find anything about my g-grandmother. full blood chocktaw, name of mary jane spence. she passed on in 1959. all i have is a pic. any info would be great

  • Dee Taylor Black Dutch? from Dee Taylor. 8 comments, most recently from Barbara on January 26, 2012

    My mother said we were Black Dutch. She and her sisters and one brother were born and raised in Oklahoma. I have read that the name Black Dutch was made up by many Native Americans during a time when their families suffered from persecution and the frequent uprooting of their…

  • Jemis BOTUBBY JOHNSON from Jemis. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on January 25, 2012

    I am looking for an obit for my cousin Botubby Johnson. DOB 6 NOV 1922 – DOD 26 FEB 2007. B 616, Roll No. # 596. Botubby was born the Choctaw Nation, possibly Talihina or Haskell County . His last residence was River Oaks, Texas, Tarrant County. Email me please…

  • Jemis BOTUBBY JOHNSON from Jemis on January 25, 2012

    I am looking for an obit for my cousin Botubby Johnson. DOB 6 NOV 1922 – DOD 26 FEB 2007. B 616, Roll No. # 596. Botubby was born the Choctaw Nation, possibly Talihina or Haskell County . His last residence was River Oaks, Texas, Tarrant County. Email me please…

  • Jemis BOTUBBY JOHNSON from Jemis on January 25, 2012

    I am looking for an obit for my cousin Botubby Johnson. DOB 6 NOV 1922 – DOD 26 FEB 2007. B 616, Roll No. # 596. Botubby was born the Choctaw Nation, possibly Talihina or Haskell County . His last residence was River Oaks, Texas, Tarrant County. Email me please…