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Choctaw Chiefs 1830 - Present

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  • Nitakechi / Day Prolonger, Chief to the Choctaw Nation (1792 - 1846)
    NITAKECH I [Day Prolonger], Chief 1830/1834, born 1792, nephew of Chief Pushmataha, married and had issue. He died 1846. John Oklahoma, married Ownnahhoma, and had issue. He died after 1860 had dau...
  • Humming Bird, Chief, General (b. - 1828)
    General HUMMING BIRD , Chief 1824/1828, he served with General Anthony Wayne during the Indian War in Ohio; died 28th September 1828 and is buried in Kusha Cemetery, Mississipi
  • Choctaw Chief Coleman Cole (1802 - 1886)
    Coleman Cole 1874 - 1878 Coleman Cole, son of Robert Cole and Sallie, his full blood Choctaw wife, was born in Mississippi about 1800. He attended School at Elliott Mission in Mayhew, Mississippi and...
  • Choctaw Chief Robert Cole (1774 - d.)
    Colonel ROBERT COLE , Chief 1824/1826, son of Roscoe Cole, and his wife, Shakchihoma or Shomake, allegedly a sister of Chief Apuckshunnubbee, married Sallie, and had issue, twelve children. Coleman...
  • Moshulatubee ., Chief of Okla Tannap, Choctaw Nation (1770 - 1838)
    Moshulatubbee (1770-1838) "Warrior who perserves" Moshulatubbee, a great medal chief and the son of Homastubbe, succeeded his father as chief of the Northern District of the Choctaw Nation in 1809....

This is a list of Choctaw chiefs as documented by the Choctaw Nation.


Any input is welcome.