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  • JacVin Mary L Evans from JacVin. 5 comments, most recently from JacVin on March 26, 2011

    My Great Grandmother Mary Louisa Evans was born April 26, 1873 and the following are the brothers and sisters: A. Andy – born Dec. 21, 1877; Katy – Aug. 24, 1879; William Thomas – born Mar. 3,1882; Rosie – 1889; Robert Calvin -May 12, 1893. My G-Grandmother married John Henry…

  • tomsgrl4life Looking for Mary E Ward from tomsgrl4life. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 26, 2011

    I am looking for my great-great grandmother Mary E. Ward. She had three children with an Indian last name Dunn. The children were Coy, Mirtilee (Martlia or Marteli Jane), and Goldie. In April 1896 she married Thomas Harper but by 1910 they were no longer together. My family has always…

  • JGibson JGibson - Looking for family info from JGibson on March 25, 2011

    I’m trying to find information on my Great-Grandmother Lulu Myrtle Price-Gibson, who was supposedly full blooded Choctaw and from what I’ve gathered from family, is listed on the tribe scrolls. Her roll number is #766 on the Mississippi Choctaw roll. She was married to my Great-Grandfather Joe Sam Gibson on…

  • Rose Turnbull-Bollig Turnbulls of Kemp from Rose Turnbull-Bollig on March 24, 2011

    I would like to let anyone out there that is looking for Turnbulls of Kemp, Ok…that Sam Turnbull was my grandfather… I am not sure that there is any way to communicate with the lady who had posted an interest in our family…but if there is, I would appreciate hearing…

  • Gerald Butler Looking for info on Nora Bryant Butler from Gerald Butler. 3 comments, most recently from Gerald Butler on March 23, 2011

    My grandmother, Nora Bryant Butler was born in 1888 and adopted by Willaim and Dealie Bryant. I am told that she was a Choctaw Indian, but never got to verfy. My father, Norris butler is deceased, as two of her other four children are. One is still, but suffers with…

  • Randy S. Baker D-448 from Randy S. Baker. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 23, 2011

    My great,great, Aunt Hannah A. Berry has this enrollment number. Am I eligible for enrollment in the Choctaw tribe?

  • samuel h grever sr wanting to see if you can tell me if any one listed is indian at all? from samuel h grever sr. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 18, 2011

    curiosity has got the best of my my great grand mother had a MCR then a number does this mean Mississippi Choctaw? additionally i have names and dates i was curious if you might be able to tell me if they were Choctaw or Indian . Mary E. Elliott Your…

  • Ken Ancestory from GreatGrandmother from Ken. 4 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 17, 2011

    I have a very basic question: I recently discovered that my Great Grandmother was full blooded Choctaw, and would like to know what percentage I might be. The lineage is from my Father, to his Mother (my Grandmother) to her Mother (my Great Mother). I do not have any information…

  • Renee Looking Into Ancestry from Renee. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 15, 2011

    Hello: I recently discovered I have Choctaw lineage and am interested in discovering more. While I do not know the name of my Choctaw ancestor, I do know who she married and her daughter’s name. Also, who her daughter married, and who her grandson married, though I do not have…

  • Martha Ancestry background from Martha. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 15, 2011

    I recently found my Grandfather and Grandmother on the 1900 Census for Township 7, Choctaw Nation Roll T623 and would like to trace my Grandmother’s ancestry. Her maiden name was Eva Adams. I would appreciate any help.

  • Chelle Featherston family from Chelle. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 12, 2011

    My relatives are Featherstons from around Featherston OK. There are some Featherston names on the Dawes Rolls. Any information about them would be much appreciated.

  • lindsay Beams family from lindsay . 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 11, 2011

    I’m looking for info on Tennessee Jinsie Beams, she walked the trail of tears as a child. She was the mother of Carrie Arbuckle who was the mother of Hattie Bourne. Any further information would be helpful. Thank you

  • Amalia Please assist. Looking for Bootes! from Amalia. 5 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 11, 2011

    My 2nd Great Grandmother was named Vesta Bootes. She was born in 1881 in Hunt, TX. The Federal census of 1900 places her in South McAlester, Choctaw Nation with her husband Adolphus Clift. Vesta passed away in 1939 while living in Long Beach, CA. I know Vesta’s mother’s name was…

  • Keith Pearson Johnnie Ann Lyles from Keith Pearson. 10 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 10, 2011

    Looking for ancestors of JohnAnn (Johnnie Ann) Lyles, born 10 Feb 1861 in Hackett City, Sebastian Co., Arkansas. Father was John W. Lyles and Mother Mary M. Mickle. Johnnie Ann was an original enrollee for Choctaw Nation.

  • Gary D. Courtney A Tribute to the McCurtain Family by Local Author from Gary D. Courtney. 5 comments, most recently from Lixliz on March 9, 2011

    In the next month or so, my latest historical feature on the history of the Choctaw Nation will be published locally. The story is about the McCurtain family, and includes genealogical information up to 1900, and their significant contributions. If anyone has any old original pictures of the McCurtain family…

  • mary Bronaugh Family from mary. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 9, 2011

    believe we found family line and roll number on great grandfathers side of the family, But we were also told that we were choctaw on my fathers grandmother side also. Her name was Mary Ann Savannah Routon married unknown Brothers (maybe William) then Moses Smith, then Charles Ellis. I found…

  • Angela McLaughlin Abner Everage & sons 1780s-90s from Angela McLaughlin. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 8, 2011

    I am trying to track down an ancestor. His name is Abner Everage, and his sons were taken in to the Choctaw nation when their mother dissapeared, and Abner died. I can only assume that means Abner was Choctaw since their mother was not. Are there any records dating back…

  • Chris Bob and Motsey James from Chris. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 8, 2011

    I am looking for information on Bob and Motsey (Maitsey) James. They had two sons, Geon b. 1873 and Reuben b. 1881. I believe Motsey died in 1901. I am going by the assumption that they were from Mississippi. Other that their Dawes card and enrollment number i have not…

  • Denise Hill Samuel Owen "Mocassin Owen" Standridge from Denise Hill. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 4, 2011

    I’m researching my ancestors on my Grandmothers side and was told that Samuel Owen “Mocassin Owen” Standridge was on the Trail of Tears. How do I find out more and or validate this information?

  • TreyMoran Choctaw's named Moran from TreyMoran. 10 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 4, 2011

    We recently found out that my Great Great Grandfather was Choctaw. His name was William Moran. His parents were Moreoja Moran (1830 Manitoba, Dakota Territory) and Mary (1832 Manitoba, Dakota Territory) The story is he killed a man in a bar, fled, swam across the Red River to Texas where…