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Viola Lucille Kayser
Viola Lucille Kayser, daughter of William Kayser, Jr., and Lula Watkins, was born September 29, 1893 and died December 18, 1918.
She married S. J. Slack and they had three children, Alverda, Roda Marie, and Stearl J. Slack, Jr.
Alverda Slack, daughter of Viola Lucille Kayser and S. J.Slack.
Roda Marie Slack, second child of Viola Lucille Kayser and S.J. Slack, married a Dr. Woodson.
Stearl J. Slack, Jr., third child of Viola Lucille Kayser and S.J. Slack, married Melba Wittacher and they have four sons.
Henry Kayser, second son of Mary Ann McClain and Dr. William Kayser.
Emma Bowers, daughter of Mary Ann McClain Kayser and James Bowers, was born at Ft. Smith, Arkansas in 1856. She died in 1884 and is buried in the Skullyville Cemetery.
Lillie Bowers, daughter of Mary Ann McClain Kayser and James Bowers, married a Mr. LeFlore.
Walter Bowers, son of Mary Ann McClain Kayser and James Bowers, was born in 1863, died in 1899 and is buried in the Skullyville Cemetery.
James (Jimmie) Bowers, son of Mary Ann McClain Kayser and James Bowers, married Ernestine Williams and they had two children, Mary and Bessie.
Mamie Bowers, daughter of Mary Ann McClain Kayser and James Bowers, married Josiah E. Foster, and they had one son, Josiah E. Foster, Jr.
The infant who died of cholera in 1849 and is buried at Swallow Rock near Ft. Coffee was the sixth child of James McClain and Susan Moncrief.

Sources
Carter, The Territorial Paper of the United States
Foreman, Removal of Indians to the West
Toulmins, Digest of 1823
Wright, The Chronicles of Oklahoma
Gideon, History of Indian Territory
Alabama Department of Archives and History
Georgia Department of Archives and History
Tennessee Department of Archives and History

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