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  • Larry Bailey Looking for genealogy of grand mother from Larry Bailey. 3 comments, most recently from Larry Bailey on December 30, 2011

    My grand mother was 1/2 choctaw. Her maiden name “Everlean starks” Father “Hunt Starks” and mother’s name was “Amanda (Thompson) Starks”. My grand mother had a sister “Mollie Starks”, brothers “John Starks, George Starks, Mack Starks, Swan Starks and Stanford Starks”. Everlean married “M. Douglas Bailey”. My grand-father, father was…

  • emeraldcrclgrl Ida King from emeraldcrclgrl. 6 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 30, 2011

    I am looking for infomation about my great grandmother Ida King who was enrolled in the Choctaw nation. My grandmother was born in Durant, OK in 1919.

  • kathy drury Ethel Hopkins tree from kathy drury. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 30, 2011

    Trying to find my ancestors and learn where I came from. My birth grandmother was Ethel Hopkins born around 1895. She lived in Oklahoma Indian Territory, township 1, Choctaw Nation. Please get ahold of me if you have any help or info. Thanks

  • Phillip Wilson Claude Raymond Wilson Family from Phillip Wilson. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 30, 2011

    My name is Phillip Raymond Wilson and Claude Raymond Wilson was my grandfather. I never had the chance to meet him and am trying to find out any information at all on him or any family members. The only information I know is that my grandfather and grandmother lived in…

  • Danny Stark William F. Foster family tree information from Danny Stark. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 29, 2011

    I am a member of the choctaw nation. my wife did not think she had indian blood. However we found. all of the choctaw nation roll information in her mothers safety deposit box for William F. Foster, married to Mary A.(Britton), children John A, Robert E, Maude E, Claude F,Jamme…

  • Charles Parrish Effie Hurd from Charles Parrish. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 29, 2011

    i am looking for information on my grandma i have been told that she is of the Choctaw trip. She had a 2 year old son named Louie when she married my grandpa Lee Ogle. Any information on her would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time.

  • ralanderson Pyle Family from ralanderson. 7 comments, most recently from ralanderson on December 29, 2011

    My ancester is Sarah Riddle Pyle Cox. 1808 – 1891. Her Parents were Edward Grant Pyle 1785-1875 and Rosannah Mary McMahon Pyle 1789- 1847. Sarah’s son was Isaiah Cox, whos son was Charles Chester Cox, my great grandfather. I have heard that the Pyle family were Lenape? I was wondering…

  • Niki Cooper Family from Niki. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 28, 2011

    My Grandmother on my mothers side was full blooded Choctaw Indian her name was Martha Cooper she was born on a reservation in OK in 1912. We are looking for any information about her parents and grandparents. The only story she ever told us was about her grandmother holding a…

  • Justin Monroe The Monroe Family from Justin Monroe. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 28, 2011

    I have just learned of the passing of Brenda Hampton who was a distant cousin of mine. My family name is Monroe and I have been told by my grandfather (now deceased) that we are in fact Choctaw. I was going to contact Brenda to ask her if she could…

  • Heather Otero wrong percent of indian blood from Heather Otero. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 27, 2011

    My great great grandma was the origional member to get a roll number. She was 1/2 Chactaw. Somewhere down the line the numbers got messed up. My CDIB card says I’m 1/64 when I should be 1/32. My dad should be 1/16 and his says 1/32. The odd thing is…

  • patricia monday finding my heritage from patricia monday. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 25, 2011

    i left a message couple weeks ago on the phone. wanted to touch base. my grandfather was nathaniel hershel monday, grandma violet gertrude caudell. both are deceased. i would like to know more about my heritage and possibly apply for a tribal card. my grandpa was born there i believe….

  • Larry W McNeeley Looking for any help with my family Tree . from Larry W McNeeley. 4 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 23, 2011

    I just recently met my 95 year old great aunt and she told me about her child hood , she told me my great grandma was Choctaw and that they moved to Arizona from Indian Territory . I am trying to find out Who in My family was Choctaw and…

  • Quitha family tree from Quitha . 5 comments, most recently from Quitha on December 22, 2011

    Hello I am doing the my family tree. I was told that my family has choctaw blood lines. My great grand mother name was dob nov 1908 and she died in idabel. Feb 1978.Bertha( surname..Edmond or edmonds)(Washington (Choctaw blood line) she was born in Isabel ok. And she was married…

  • Patricia DeSpain George Monroe Thompson from Patricia DeSpain. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 20, 2011

    My friend has Choctaw blood in her family but they haven’t been able to make a definitive connection to an ancestor on the rolls in order to apply for membership. Here’s hoping someone out there already has this information and would like to share with us. Great Grandfather: George Thompson…

  • Sharon Horan Finding Elsie "Little Blue Hen" Beams from Sharon Horan. 3 comments, most recently from jordan on December 19, 2011

    I am just starting the research of my Choctaw heritage. My grandmother is Arlie Mae Anderson (born 6/14/1905) on the Dawes’ Roll #128. I have a copy of a Homestead Patent #25282 where she received 100 acres in Choctaw Nation on November 11, 1908. Her Gr.Gr.Grandfather was Chief Hoomastubbe (174-1809)…

  • JPMartin B B Wainscot from JPMartin. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 15, 2011

    I see my grandfather (Melvin Wainscot) and great grandfather (Benton Boone (B B) Wainscot) with a case number 5087 on Applications for Enrollment, but I do not see them on the Dawes list. I also see my great grandfather again as as B B Womscott with a Choctaw Case Number:…

  • connie woods family history from connie woods. 3 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 15, 2011

    my great grandmothers name was hester naylor and ive heared a couple stories about her and her sister being some kind of princess and also that i had a great great uncle whom was hung bye judge roy bean how do i find out this stuff?

  • Blake Would Like Help from Blake. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 15, 2011

    I would like to know how to find out more about my Choctaw relatives. I have found my great great grandfather’s name on the 1910 census. His name was Joe Arther and he was listed as Choctaw. His wife’s name was Nancy. I searched the Dawes Roll but did not…

  • ta wa hna HOPEING FOR HELP ON QUESTION from ta wa hna. 5 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 15, 2011

    HELLO, I AM TRYING TO FIND PROOF ON PAPERS, SHOWING MY CHOCTAW BLOOD. I DECEND FROM THE KRIEGER AND LOWERY LINE OF CHOCTAW’S. I CANNOT FIND A BIRTH RECORD FOR MY GRGRGRANDPARENTS. HOW DO I PROVE MY BLOOD IF THERE ARE NO RECORDS? THANK YOU TA WA HNA

  • Bonnie Fuller Availability of records from Bonnie Fuller. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on December 11, 2011

    Helping a friend with his family history….trying to find a death record for someone who died in the Choctaw Nation, Oak Lodge, soon after the 1900 census. Does anyone know how to find if such records exist and how to access them? Thank you.