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  • James BEAL from James. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto yesterday at 8:32PM

    My grandmother was Madge Ouida Beal Hayes. She lived in Muskogee, and always claimed Choctaw heritage. I know there are Beal family on the rolls, and I was wondering if there is a relation there.

  • Samantha Trying to find my family from Samantha. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto yesterday at 8:18PM

    Hello everyone. My name is Samantha, and I was hoping I could get a little help, if its not too much trouble. I have been trying to find records on my family. For many many years I was under the impression that I was of Cherokee descent, and searched trying…

  • Crystal Roebuck Roebuck Family from Crystal Roebuck. 10 comments, most recently from Mary A. Stern yesterday at 2:57PM

    Hello, my name is Crystal and I am looking for information on my family. My grandfather’s name is Isaiah Roebuck and my great grandfather’s name is Ben Roebuck I believe his wife’s name was Hannah. I have found their roll number on the dawes roll. But I am just looking…

  • john williams finding Family Thread from john williams on March 1

    Thank you to Rayson Allen!! The information you sent will help a lot. Thanks again!!

  • john williams Finding Family Thread from john williams. 3 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on March 1

    I am trying to find more information about my Choctaw blood. All I have is Mosholatubbe, Rebecca Williams (Mosholatubbe, his daughter), Sam Williams, and Samuel Cleveland Williams. After them came John F. Williams, my grandad, Jack Wayne Williams, my father, and then myself, John F Williams. Does anyone out there…

  • john williams Finding Family Thread from john williams on February 28

    Some of the information I have refers to Mosholatubbe’s daughter as Beth. It says she maried a man by the name of Jake Williams. Hope this helps.

  • J Hicks Hornbuckle from J Hicks. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on February 28

    I am trying to find out more about my family tree we know that my ancestors name is Mary Molly Hornbuckle I personally have found this name on the rolls. We have family that says she was a member of the Choctaw nation However I’m having trouble finding her again….

  • Karen Bartlett Choctaw ancestor and her possible name from Karen Bartlett. 9 comments, most recently from Karen Bartlett on February 28

    My mother’s family are all Cherokee, but my father’s family has one ancestor who was named Nancy Rivers Bohannon, born in 1805 in either Mississippi or South Carolina. Her mother’s name on her marriage certificate is listed as “Full Blooded Choctaw Woman” and one family tree record says “Lapahona” after…

  • Harvey J. Andrews William J. Bohanon Sr and Choctaw wife, 1800 from Harvey J. Andrews. 4 comments, most recently from Karen Bartlett on February 28

    Wife of a Josiah Marler (b.1804, SC) was Nancy Rivers Bohanon (or Bohannon), b. 1806, VA. Her mother only ID as “Full Choctaw Woman,” her father as William J. Bohanon (b. 1780, Choctaw, MS, d. 1832, Indian Territory, OK). Son of Josiah & Nancy was Mathew Marler (b.1847, AR/MO); my…

  • Karen Bartlett for debra Bennet Burnham, anyone else interested from Karen Bartlett on February 28

    Hi, Debra. I cannot open your attachments because I do not have that service. A pdf file would be appreciated! As far as I know, Nancy Rivers Bohannon’s father was William Bohannon, who fought in the War of 1812 in the Choctaw Regiment as a “pack horse master”. I do…

  • Debra Bennett Burnham looking for family of Nancy Rivers Bohannan/Bohanon from Debra Bennett Burnham. 5 comments, most recently from Karen Bartlett on February 28

    I have Nancy in my family tree she is choctaw i also have a pic of her and her father married and choctaw women and all it says on the marrage certificate is married to Indian woman choctaw full blood.well Nancy married a marler and had an son named David…

  • Pat Ryan Looking for info about Veriletta and Juanita Porter from Pat Ryan. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on February 28

    I am seeking information about the family of Veriletta(aka Vuleta) and Juanita Porter, twin girls born April 18, 1922 in Oklahoma. They were residents (inmates) of the Sequoyah Orphan Training School, Tahlequah, Oklahoma (school also listed in Park Hill, Cherokee Co.,, Oklahoma. Information is from the 1930 and 1940 censuses…

  • Beth Thompson Name Origin from Beth Thompson. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on February 28

    Can anyone please advise me as to the origins of the last names COMER and GARNER? Is this a Choctaw, Creek or possibly Cherokee name? I was always told by my Grandmother that I was had Indian ancestors. She always told me her Aunt was supposed to take her and…

  • Pamela Jackson (Jones) Floyd M. Jones, US Army Calvary from Pamela Jackson (Jones). 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on February 28

    Hello! I am trying to track down information on a man named Floyd M. Jones, my paternal grandfather. What I know so far: – Middle name “M” could have stood for either Mitchell (sp?) or Michael. Story is, he thought his middle name was Michael (and so actually has a…

  • James Norman Davison Looking for my Family Davison Chocktaw from James Norman Davison. 5 comments, most recently from Beth Thompson on February 27

    Hi My Name is James N. Davison. My Dad was Henrey Glenn Davison. His dad was a Judge in Mcalsiter OK but I do not know anything about him other than that. Also I know that my Dad did not want much to do with his dad but I was…

  • Framon Weaver Col Robert Cole from Framon Weaver. 4 comments, most recently from rayson allen on February 26

    I am seeking any information about the descendants of Colonel Robert Cole of the Choctaw Nation. Those that removed and those that may have remained in Alabama and Mississippi.

  • Larry Ivins Ancestors from Larry Ivins . 6 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on February 25

    My great great grandfather was Samuel IVINS he was married to Elizabeth ann Martin early 1800s I’ve been told that he and his brother saw there parents brutally murdered on the trail of tears and an Irish immigrant named IVINS finished raising them and gave them the IVINS name ….

  • Debbie L. Seeking Enrollment Information from Debbie L.. 3 comments, most recently from Debi on February 25

    I am looking for my ggreat grandparents, who were choctaw. William and Mary George were on the 1900 census in Cameron town. Their son, my ggrandfather, was Little B. George, listed sometimes as L. B. and other times as Litta or Little. I find L.B.’s marriage to Mary also. However,…

  • John Bryan Bryan Family from John Bryan. 2 comments, most recently from suzanne hamlet shatto on February 25

    I am researching my family history and trying to get info on my 3rd great grandmother Sarah (Sari). I believe she my have been a Choctaw from the Carolinas – Georgia area. She married my 3rd great grandfather, Waide (Wade) A. Bryan in 1811 in Georgia. Sarah was born in…

  • Lydia Pomplun Secor Family from Lydia Pomplun. 4 comments, most recently from rayson allen on February 24

    My great great grandfather Oliver Grover Thomas was born in 1895 to his father Oliver Thomas (white) and his mother Rufina Secor (some Choctaw). Current information obtained: – I have found a Marriage License for Rufina Secor and her second husband dated 18 Mar 1898, noting Stringtown, Indian Territory. -Also…