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5/1/2011 8/24/2015

Peter P. Pitchlynn calls him "my friend and uncle" in his diary. 1812 Joseph Kincaid, Private, inducted, Private, discharged, Choctaw Indians, Roll Box 118, Roll Exct: 602. 1812 Joseph Kinkade, P...

10/25/2011 8/24/2015

Of the Okla-Falaya Clan (Long People)1860 Census - Towson County, Choctaw Nation, Slave Inhabitant ScheduleWilson Jones 29 yrs old (1831)2 slaves that were fugitives of the stateRight below:Widow Adam ...

3/2/2015 5/30/2015

Clark David Gardner cdgardner 1975 - 1978 Chief Gardner was Born April22, 1940 at Boswell, Oklahoma. His parents were Reverend Critten A. Gardner and Ida Mae Jones. He attended school at Boswell unti...

2/28/2011 5/12/2015

Choctaw Chief Gregory E. Pyle Chief Gregory E. Pyle became Chief of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma in 1997, after serving more than 13 years as the Assistant Chief of the tribe. Chief Pyle has negoti...

2/28/2011 3/14/2015

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...

9/29/2009 7/23/2011

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

7/23/2011 7/23/2011

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...

3/29/2009 7/23/2011

Chief Col. Robert Cole MP (1774 - c.1842)

Colonel ROBERT COLE , Chief 1824/1826, son of Roscoe Cole, and his wife, Shakchihoma or Shomake, married Sallie, and had issue, twelve children. He didn't speak English. Coleman Cole, born 1st Janu...

4/27/2008 7/23/2011

Moshulatubee ., Chief of Okla Tannap, Choctaw Nation MP (1770 - 1838)

"Homomastubby", "Mushulatubee", "Moshulatubee", "Mosholetvbbi", "AmoshuliTvbi", "Musholatubbee", "Moshaleh Tubbee", "Mushulatubba", "Amosholi-Tvbi", "Amosholi-T-vbi", "Moshulatubbe", "Mushulatubbee"

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....

2/27/2011 7/23/2011

Oklahoma, Chief to the Choctaw Nation MP (1782 - 1844)

"Okalahhoma", "Oklahoma", "Oklahomma", "Okla homma", "Okla homa", "Okla humma"

Chief briefly in December 1824 (apparently removed because he was an excessive drinker), maternal nephew of Pushmataha * Reference: Ancestry Genealogy - SmartCopy : Jul 16 2016, 4:35:13 UTC

9/29/2009 3/3/2011

Tappenahoma of Okla Hannali MP (c.1786 - 1832)

TAPPENAHOMA, b. Abt. 1786; d. Unknown. Notes for TAPPENAHOMA: Allegedly also briefly Chief of the Choctaw prior to removal. He moved to Oklahoma territory. Reference: Ancestry Genealogy - SmartC...

9/29/2009 3/2/2011

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...

11/29/2008 3/2/2011

There is a letter dated November, 1830, from John H. Eaton, Secretary of War, to the Choctaws, saying that he will not recognize Joel H. Nail as chief of the Middle District and as successor of Moshole...

1/14/2009 3/1/2011

Hollis E. Roberts Hollis E. Roberts was born on May 9, 1943 in Hochatown, Oklahoma in McCurtain County. He is the son of Darrell E. Roberts and Laura Beam Roberts. He attended Holly Creek Elementary ...

2/28/2011 2/28/2011

Chief Harry James “Jimmy” Watson Belvin MP (1900 - 1986)

"Jimmy", "Jimmie", "The Little Warrior"

Harry J. W. Belvin Harry James Watson Belvin was born in Boswell, Indian Territory o­n December 11, 1900. He was the son of Watson J. Belvin and Mabel Powers Belvin. During his formative years...

2/28/2011 2/28/2011

William Durant 1937 - 1948 William A. Durant was born at Bennington, Indian Territory, o­n March 18, 1866. He was the son of Sylvester Durant, a Presbyterian minister, and Martha Robinson. His...

5/20/2008 2/28/2011

Ben Dwight Ben H. Dwight was born near Mayhew, Indian Territory, November 24, 1890. He was the son of Simon Timothy Dwight, a full blood Choctaw, and Mary Jane Hunter. Ben’s father, Supervisor...

2/28/2011 2/28/2011

Victor Locke Jr. Victor M. Locke Jr. was born at Doaksville, near Ft. Towson, in 1876. His parents were Victor M. Locke and Susan Priscilla McKinney. He attended Schools at White Church, six miles ea...

2/28/2011 2/28/2011

Gilbert Wesley Dukes gwdukes 1900 - 1902 Gilbert Wesley Dukes, son of Joseph Dukes and Nancy Collins, was born at Lukfatah, Boktuklo County in the Choctaw Nation, o­n November 21, 1849. He rec...

2/28/2011 2/28/2011

Jefferson Gardner Jefferson Gardner, son of Noel and Hannah Gardner, was born near Wheelock Academy o­n July 12, 1847. He attended school at Norfolk in old Towson County and then entered Spenc...

2/28/2011 2/28/2011

Wilson Jones Wilson N. Jones was born about 1827 in old Choctaw Nation, Mississippi Territory. He was the youngest child of Nathaniel Jones of Mississippi. His mother’s first name is unknown, ...

2/27/2011 2/27/2011

William H. Harrison was born near Tamaha, Indian Territory in 1876. He was the son of Mitchell and Louisa Harrison. His early education was gained at Spencer Academy. Later he attended and graduated at...

2/27/2011 2/27/2011

William Bryant 1870 - 1874 William Bryant was born in Mississippi in the early 1800’s. The exact date is unknown. Research failed to find who his parents were o­nly that his father was ...

2/27/2011 2/27/2011

George Hudson, Chief to the Choctaw Nation MP (1808 - 1865)

"Miko Sipokni", "Chief George /Hudson/"

George Hudson 1860 - 1862 Little is known of some of the former Chiefs of the Choctaw Nation. George Hudson, the First principal Chief of the Choctaw Nation under the Doaksville Constitution, was bor...

9/15/2008 2/27/2011

Given name at birth: Kiliahote Allen Wright was elected Principal Chief of Choctaw Nation in 1866 and served until October 1870. He was born in Mississippi son of Ishtimahelvbbi, and immigrated to ...

9/29/2009 2/27/2011

Brazil LeFlore, 1859-1860 Served one year. Son of Louis LeFlore by his first wife, Nancy Cravatt. Three brothers, Greenwood, William, Ben; father of Campbell LeFlore of Oklahoma City; five sisters an...

4/27/2008 2/27/2011

Tandy Walker was a Confederate military commander during the Civil War. A mixed-blood Choctaw, he was born in Mississippi in 1814. As a lieutenant colonel in 1861, Walker, a former governor of the Choc...

2/27/2011 2/27/2011

In 1846, Peter Folsom was elected chief of Mosholatubbee District for four years. He was a student of Choctaw Academy in Kentucky, son of Col. David Folsom. He is often listed as being the son of Edmun...

11/26/2009 2/27/2011

Alfred Wade Sworn in as the first Governor of the Choctaw Nation in October, 1857, at Bogy depot, for a term of two years. Student of Choctaw Academy. Born in Mississippi and emigrated to LeFlore Cou...

2/27/2011 2/27/2011

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In 1850 George Folsom was elected chief of Pushmataha District and served until 1854. He attended a school in Georgia. He was son of Col. David Folsom and was sent to George to school at the nation's e...

2/27/2011 2/27/2011

He was the son of Joseph Fisher. He returned from An Academy School in KY in 1828.He married Mary Kelley, daughter of Abner. and lived with them before emmigrating to OK Choctaw Nation. He was a Captai...

2/27/2011 2/27/2011

We are exceedingly tried. We have just heard of the ratification of the Choctaw treaty. Our doom is sealed. There is no other course for us but to turn our faces to our new homes toward the setting sun...

6/3/2008 2/27/2011

Rev. Israel Folsom was born on 1 May 1802 in Mississippi. He died on 24 Apr 1870 in Perryville, OK. He was buried in Old Boggy Depot, Choctaw Nation. He was a Presbyterian Minister. He was a Cumberland...

3/31/2009 2/27/2011

Reference: Ancestry Genealogy - SmartCopy : Jul 16 2016, 5:48:41 UTC

4/2/2010 2/27/2011

Pushmataha, Chief of the Choctaw Nation MP (c.1764 - 1824)

"a messenger of death", "Panther’s Claw", "Push-Ma-Ta-Ha", "His arm and all the weapons in his hands are fatal to his foes", "Apushamatahahubi", "Pushmataha", "A-Push-ma-ta-ha-hu-bi", "Pushmata"

1830-1857 Pushmataha District Pushmataha The hero of the Choctaws, and without doubt o­ne of the greatest of all American Indians, was A-Push-ma-ta-ha-hu-bi, commonly known as Pushmataha. Hi...

12/19/2008 2/27/2011

Cornelius McCurtain was born in Mississippi on March 3, 1803 where he was a member of the Lower Town District in the Choctaw country, presided over by Chief Moshulatubbe. He married Mahayia Nelson and ...

3/29/2009 2/27/2011

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2/27/2011 2/27/2011

Chief George W. Harkins (1810-1861) was born at or near Frenchman's Camp on the Pearl river in the old Choctaw Nation, Mississippi. The date and other circumstances around his death are unknown. It is ...

2/27/2011 2/27/2011

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Greenwood LeFlore or Greenwood Le Fleur (June 3, 1800 – August 31, 1865) was a mixed-race leader of the Choctaws who was also elected state legislator and senator in Mississippi. A wealthy and r...

4/27/2008 2/27/2011

Updated from RootsWeb's WorldConnect via daughter Sarah Leflore by SmartCopy : Jan 12 2015, 22:44:28 UTC

6/26/2010 2/27/2011

Green McCurtain When Green McCurtain took office in October 1902, he served until his death o­n December 28, 1910. In the election of 1902, Thomas Hunter of Hugo, was McCurtain’s oppone...

3/29/2009 2/27/2011

Apuckshunnubbe "Great Medal Chief", Chief to the Choctaw Nation MP (c.1740 - 1824)

"Chief to the Choctaw Nation"

Apuckshunnubbe District 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 f...

2/27/2011 2/27/2011

Life Information Retrieved 1-7-2009 from Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma--Chiefs Section of the Website ( ): Samuel Garland 1862 - 1864 Samuel Garland, son of John Garland, was born in Jasper County, ...

1/7/2009 2/27/2011

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...

2/27/2011 2/27/2011

William Finley Semple was born at Caddo, Indian Territory, o­n March 16, 1883. His parents were Charles Alexander Semple and Minnie Pitchlynn. His maternal gr gr grandfather was Major John Pitch...

3/31/2009 2/27/2011

Thompson McKinney was the oldest son of Judge Mitanvbbi (Matenabi) which means “To Kill While He Is Coming”. No records show when or where he was born. However, in the 1885 Choctaw census...

9/29/2009 2/27/2011

McCurtain House Chief Edmund McCurtain was born at Fort Coffee, Indian Territory June 4, 1842. He was the son of Cornelius McCurtain and Mahayia Nelson Belvin, granddaughter of Sho-ma-ka. Edmund atte...

3/29/2009 2/27/2011

Chief J. F. McCurtain was born in Mississippi o­n March 4, 1830. he came to Indian Territory with his parents, Cornelius and Mahayia McCurtain, when he was three years of age. His schooling was ...

3/29/2009 2/27/2011

Isaac Levi Garvin was born April 27, 1832 in Mississippi and was brought at the age of two to new Okla Falaya District in what is now Oklahoma by his parents. The family settled about six miles southea...

3/29/2009 2/27/2011

A prominent Choctaw leader during the removal period, Pitchlynn played a major role in building the national tribal government in the nineteenth century. He was the son of John Pitchlynn, a white tra...

6/21/2007 2/27/2011