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  • Angie Pehrson Looking for information on my Great Great Grandfather George Oaks Patterson from Angie Pehrson. 4 comments, most recently from Angie Pehrson on July 26

    Looking for any info on my Great Great Grandfather-George Oaks Patterson. Married Millie Ann Biggs 9/2/1909 in Hill, Texas. I know of the stories of him being in law enforcement in Texas, but not much else, Lamesa area.

  • James Moseley searching for the truth about my heritage from James Moseley. 3 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on July 26

    The legend In my family is that my mothers mother was full blooded choctaw and may have been the daughter of a medicine man. Her maiden name was Emma Gene Mote and she was born in McAllister, OK sometime in the mid to late 20s. She died october 9th 1984…

  • Dana Free public records online? from Dana. 12 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on July 26

    Hello, I have just begun my heritage search. As I search online it seems most sites require a credit card to access records. Is this the only way to gain access? I was under the impression that public records were free? Thus far the information regarding my Native American heritage…

  • kimmie casa morning glory youngblood aka cassie mitchell maiden/cassie Young Married from kimmie. 8 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on July 25

    Hi all my family is confused about my grandmother cassies deceant, she was said to be in the trail of tears, taken from her parents snatched, placed onto a wagon, then never saw her family again I would like informatin pertaining to her, she was supposedly born in north or…

  • Vicki Miller Thomas L. Lucas - Card # 5647 from Vicki Miller. 3 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on July 24

    I am a descendent of Thomas Lucas born 1838 died 1909 married Mary M. Clark. I am trying to find out if the Thomas L. Lucas is the same person and appreciate all help! THANKS for you help!! My Thomas Lucas was married to Mary M. Clark & had a…

  • Sonny Choctaw Skullyville Cemetery Question from Sonny. 8 comments, most recently from Sonny on July 22

    My great great-grandmother Marry Sparks Bowling, Sparks being her maiden name, passed away on July 19,1923. She is buried in the Choctaw Skullyville Cemetery. My question is it possible to be buried in the Skullyville Cemetery and not be Choctaw? My grandfather is also buried there Thomas Bowling, but I…

  • Sonja Wheeler Buried information... from Sonja Wheeler. 11 comments, most recently from NORMA KITCHINGS FARRIS on July 21

    Searching for family history that was buried with my great grandfather. The mother of my grandfather was Dana Love Russell, who was raised on one of the Choctaw reservations. She died when my grandfather was sixteen, and my great grandfather (Mark Dearman) would only tell the family that there were…

  • NORMA KITCHINGS FARRIS Choctaw who fathered child with DANA LOVE RUSSELL in 1919 from NORMA KITCHINGS FARRIS. 6 comments, most recently from NORMA KITCHINGS FARRIS on July 21

    My mother was fathered by a Choctaw, and born May 21, 1919, either on one of the reservations, or in Wichita CO TX or in Tillman County OK. No one in family knows who this man was/is and I’m seeking names. Evidently, they did not marry, as she married Mark…

  • Chalanda Help Finding Dawes List Names from Chalanda. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on July 21

    Hello, I am looking for information on my biological paternal Grandmother Mary Ellen Caroline Quick. She was born in Argyle MO. My step father adopted me and I have not had contact with my biological father since. I did see my grandmother periodically but she passed when I was a…

  • lsizemore roll number from lsizemore. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on July 20

    Looking for family tree. Sizemore

  • Mary Finding Roll Number from Mary. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on July 19

    I am having trouble locating a Maternal-Great-Grandmother’s information. I do know she was on the Trail of Tears. Here name on Ancestory.com, death certificate, and census are all different Martha Wilson, Anna Cummins Wilson, M T Wilson, etc.. What I can confirm is she went by Marth Anna Templeton Cummins…

  • Patty Macfarlane Meaning of MCR on Dawes Commission from Patty Macfarlane. 4 comments, most recently from Leo Pergson on July 16

    I am wondering about the MCR (Mississippi Choctaw Rejected) letters before a card number means that this person was rejected as a card holder eliminating ancestors from enrolling as a member?

  • Celia Cheatham/Ellison in Fort Cobb, OK from Celia . 3 comments, most recently from Sonya Deaton - (Pistubbee) on July 16

    My family applied as Mississippi Choctaws, but their application is marked “MCR”. Would love to know how I could research this further because I know they are Indian. Thanks!

  • Sonya Deaton - (Pistubbee) as to learning/MCR Descendent from Sonya Deaton - (Pistubbee) on July 16

    MCR Descendent/ intent to learn and assist with Respect’ Enrollment into Choctaw “Tribe” [of Oklahoma] As to learning of my own belonging as an enrolled member “By Blood” MC/R/ 14th Article claimants Separate tribe under separate enrollment criteria/ Enrollment cards of the Mississippi Choctaws/ Census card/Choctaw by blood “For Identification…

  • Carla Martin Trying to find out my Choctaw heritage. from Carla Martin. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on July 15

    I recently found out from my paternal Aunt that one of my grandmother’s grandmothers not sure paternal or maternal decended from a 100% choctaw bloodline I’m almost 49 years old and believed all my life we were Comanche so now I’m on a journey to find out my true heritage….

  • khembre Looking for information on Samuel Nashoba Jones (Alias: James 'Jim' Jones) from khembre. 28 comments, most recently from J.C. Thompson on July 14

    Samuel Nashoba Jones b. 1765 Okafalaya, Choctaw, Mississippi. d. 1810 Choctaw, Mississippi. I find evidence his fater was Simon P Jones (possibly Scotish) and his mother was ‘Tuskanoga’ (b. 1732, Choctaw Nation East, Georgia). He may have had up to 3 wives with possibly 1 of them being white. I…

  • Dalton Brown Looking for possible Choctaw heritage. from Dalton Brown. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on July 13

    I’m 19. I recently found out from an aunt that there might be Choctaw blood in my family, from my grandfather. My grandfather’s name was Kenneth Leroy Brown, born 8-31-1955 somewhere in New York. His had a sister named Diane. (I don’t know much about her) My grandfather had I…

  • Robert Davidson Seeking information! from Robert Davidson. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on July 12

    My father passed last year..Robert Greer Davidson…My grandpa was Robert Lee Davidson..My name is Robert Wayne Davidson.Grandpa was born in Oklahoma.Since all my relatives have passed away that I know of that were relations….I want to find my family!.I always knew I was different…I was raised white..none of us looked…

  • MFreeman Alice Ward from MFreeman. 5 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on July 11

    I am seeking information of Alice Ward, born 1943, possibly from Lawton,OK, may have attended Carter Seminary in Ardmore, OK, of Choctaw lineage. She is my birth mother, given up for adoption at birth in April 1963, born in Ardmore. Would like to continue Choctaw heritage. Adopted by Creek Indian…

  • Michael Thompson Hattie M Reed from Michael Thompson. 18 comments, most recently from Judy Poynor on July 10

    Hello, I am creating my family tree and I have reached a dead end. My grandfathers grandmothers name was Hattie M Reed. My grandfather tells me she was full blooded Choctaw. She was born in 1855 and married Frank Thompson and had a child Claude Lee Thompson born 1893. I…