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Reverend Israel Folsom MP (1802 - 1870)

Concerning Nathaniel Folsom's children, many of their birthdates are not known or are only guesses. It is not really known the order in which they were born, nor the mother to whom they were born. We k...

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Louisa Dovie Folsom MP (1807 - 1876)

Israel married Lovica Nail -[3597] 167 [MRIN:162], daughter of Joel Henry Nail -[7902] and Mary Welch -[7903], on 11 Apr 1824 44.,46 Lovica was born on 28 Feb 1807 in Choctaw Nation, MS Terr., died o...

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She-mo-ti-ci-cha . . MP (1836 - d.)

TODO: I thought she was Chickaw?

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Emily Vaughn (deceased)

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Frances Ellen Woods (deceased)

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Mary E. Gaines / Overton (deceased)

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Nancy Jane Archerd (deceased)

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Margaret E. Law (deceased)

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Susan Duke / Burks (1836 - d.)

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Amanda McLaughlin (deceased)

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Benjamin Crooks Burney MP (1844 - 1892)

Served in the Civil War as Sergeant, Co. A, Shecoe's Chickasaw Mounted Volunteers, C.S.A

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Rebecca McLaughlin / McAlester MP (1841 - 1919)

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David Calhoun Burney MP (1820 - 1871)

Possibly another sister could have been Rhoda Burney Pitchlynn

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Wesley Browning Burney MP (deceased)

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Edward Sehon Burney MP (b. - 1920)

Chickasha, OK, June 19, 1920--The "Father of Chickasha," Edward S. Burney, a native Chickasaw, died at his home here at the age of 59 years. He organized the company which bought the site and laid ou...

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Louisa Crowder (1847 - d.)

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Joseph Benny Pitchlynn (1843 - d.)

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Simpson William Pitchlynn MP (c.1858 - 1880)

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Malvina Sittel MP (1869 - 1937)

She was half native American. Her father was half Choctaw and mother was half Chickasaw. She was named after her aunt Malvina Pitchlynn Folsom who married Loring S. W. Folsom.

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William Boykin Pitchlynn, Sr., Hon. Judge, Captain MP (1823 - 1889)

"William B. Pitchlynn according to a court case in the Chickasaw records, William B. Pitchlynn married Elsie the daughter of She-Mo-Ti-Ci-Cha and they had three children. William B. Pitchlynn was pol...

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Ben F Smallwood, Chief to the Choctaw Nation MP (b. - 1891)

Ben F. Smallwood succeeded Thomas McKinney, taking the oath of office in October of 1888 and serving until 1890. He was the son of William Smallwood. His grandfather was Elijah Smallwood, a white man f...

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Annie Smallwood (c.1835 - 1903)

Possibly the sister of Rhoda Burney

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Rhoda Pitchlynn MP (c.1825 - c.1870)

Possibly the sister of David Calhoun Burney which would make her father Simon Burney . Rhoda had a daughter named Melvina, and so did Simon's daughter Charlotte. Her husband William Boykin Pitchlynn ...

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Toboca Apukshunnubbee MP (c.1740 - 1824)

Apuckshunnubbe “Miko (chief) Apuckshunnubbe, we are informed, was the senior Chief to the Choctaw Nation, and upwards of eighty years of age, and was much respected for his virtues.” (C...

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