Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma

The Great Seal of the Choctaw Nation


start a new discussion here

  • Debbie Smyth searching from Debbie Smyth. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on August 30

    I am searching for any information i can find o either of my maternal grandparents or either of my paternal grandparents. I have Native American Heritage on both my mothers side and my fathers side. I am not sure exactly which tribes i have in my heritage. I think Choctaw…

  • Tasha wright Choctaw freedman from Tasha wright . 6 comments, most recently from Vicki on August 29

    I am tying to apply for membership and my grandfather is choctaw freedman I have a number D27-5-10-99 given to me by a cousin. My ancestors come from Robert turnbullslaves. Grandpa was willie Lewis of Boswell Oklahoma or Mayhew. He was married to Lola Gaffney. Or if anyone no info…

  • Gloria Brown Loyd Choctaw Heritage from Gloria Brown Loyd. 6 comments, most recently from rayson allen on August 28

    I am one of 6 siblings and we are trying to find out about our Choctaw Heritage. I found our Great Grandfather, on our dad’s side, on the Dawes final rolls. I have his roll number and his card number. His name was Crockett Wilburn Brown. His Roll number is…

  • Sterling Seals Looking for information on my third great-grandfather Joseph Seals from Sterling Seals. 5 comments, most recently from Sterling Seals on August 28

    Greetings to all! My name is Sterling Seals, and I have been working on my family’s geneaology for over four years. I have made great progress, but I have run into a wall and I hope someone can help. I have a typed family history document that indicates my third…

  • Jessie Turtle Woman My link to Pushmataha & the Andersons from Jessie Turtle Woman. 11 comments, most recently from Jason Slade on August 27

    I am a professional genealogist. I have been researching my families and am now ready to seek more of my Momma’s clan from Lamar County, Miss. They were from the Rabbit Creek area. Choctaw descendants from the Pushamataha through the Andersons. My g-g-grandma was Nancy Jane Anderson, a Choctaw woman….

  • Tom Hauser Oscar Romeo Walden from Tom Hauser. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on August 27

    Trying to establish tribal membership of my great grandfather – Oscar Romeo Walden. Died in Kansas City – daughter was Bessie Walden (Cline-Stout) who also died in Kansas City after moving back from California. Granddaughter was my mother (Marcella Ivonne Cline Hauser).

  • Shane Burge Lookin for information on GGreat Grand Parents - Dow Reese and Lelah Hays from Shane Burge. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on August 26

    I have some information from Great Grand-Mother Lena: GGM Lena B-Feb 14, 1896 Her Father – Dow Reese Her Mother – Lelah Hay(s) Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

  • Angela Looking for Information about My Ancestors from Angela. 5 comments, most recently from Veloyce on August 24

    I have been searching info on my 2x great grandmother her name was Menecia America Ivy, her father was Andrew Jackson Ivy and her mother was Jane Harmon. Menecia was 1/2 Choctaw I have no idea which of her parents were full blooded Choctaw.I have info on Andrew’s parents but…

  • wendy How To Find from wendy. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on August 23

    My grandfather said that his grandmother was full choctaw. But he doesn’t think her family ever signed the roll. How would we go about tracking down his genealogy and is there anyone that does this for pay services? Thanks.

  • samantha how much percent from samantha. 9 comments, most recently from rayson allen on August 22

    How much percent Choctaw would i have to be, to become a part of the Choctaw tribe?

  • CARY TAYLOR ELIZA BECK - Photo-Tuskahoma Female Academy from CARY TAYLOR on August 22

    I would like to get a copy from the original photo of my great-great grandmother Eliza Beck. This photo was published on page 400 in the book “Life and Times of the Original Choctaw Enrollees”. She is pictured with Dora Folsom as former students of the Tuskahoma Female Academy. Charleen…

  • Rett Rasberry Welch from Rett Rasberry. 3 comments, most recently from Rett Rasberry on August 22

    My grandmother always told old stories about her mother [Susan M. (Welch) Worthington] being half Indian, which means that Susan’s mother, Lucy Ann (Bennett) Welch was a full bloodied Indian. The stories handed down were that they were from the Choctaw Indian tribes. Lucy Ann Bennett may have been born…

  • Cheryl Schultz Oleta Mae Nicewarner from Cheryl Schultz. 5 comments, most recently from rayson allen on August 22

    I am looking for information for my family tree on my Grandmother Oleta Mae Nicewarner. I am curious at to how much of indian blood she was and if I could find out who her mother and father were as it was my understanding growing up that her father was…

  • aiahninchi ohoyo still asking... from aiahninchi ohoyo on August 22

    I have gathered yet more information about my folsom family…and, am still seeking tribal enrollment…I have been told that because I am not a ‘direct blood line’ descendant of my great great great aunt, emeline folsom, I am not eligible to be enrolled…this is ridiculous…my g g g grandmother was…

  • Kathi William L Hill from Kathi. 6 comments, most recently from Kathi on August 22

    My great grandfather, William L Hill was a teacher certified by the Choctaw Nation. (See attachment) His daughter, Edith Victoria Hill, aka Kitty Hill was apparently adopted from the Durant/Bokchito area. I cannot find any birth or adoption information. Born Jan. 21, 1902. I’m not even sure this was an…

  • Wade Durant Need to find Dad's Family from Wade Durant. 6 comments, most recently from Wade Durant on August 21

    My name is Wade Durant. I was born in California in 1967 to Robert James Durant of Oklahoma. He was 1/2 Choctaw. He and my mother passed on early in life and I never new him or his people. My mom told me when I was young that my grandfather…

  • Dean Hardage Seeking information from Dean Hardage. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on August 19

    My father’s name was Kenneth Cooper and he was born in Hugo Oklahoma. I don’t remember the year but I am trying to find out if what I have been told about having Choctaw Heritage is correct. Is there any resource to determine this?

  • tammy lee Pearlee Brantley from tammy lee. 21 comments, most recently from tammy lee on August 19

    I am trying to find information on my great grandmother born in the late 1800s and was married to a white man Owen Preston Williamson. She is buried at Holly Creek cemetary in Mc Curtain county. My grandfather Everett Preston Williamson was born to them in Odell, Ok on 12/16/1912….

  • Tarrance Bell choctaw family tree from Tarrance Bell. 3 comments, most recently from Tarrance Bell on August 18

    Hello. Im hoping I can find some on information on my great grandmother I was told she was full blooded Choctaw, her name was Helen Bell,not sure about the dates but something close to (1933-1987) she died in 1987 and I believe at one point moved to Mississippi. She had…

  • Lisa Paden Cora Forbis from Lisa Paden. 4 comments, most recently from Lisa Paden on August 18

    Hello, my name is Lisa Nolan nee Paden. I have one picture of my father and it is plain that he is native american, he passed away in 1974, my mother would not discuss his heritage except to say that relatives lived on a reservation in OK. His name was…