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Code Talker Jeff Nelson, 142nd Infantry, was from Kullitklo, Oklahoma.

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Code Talker Robert Taylor, 142nd Infantry, according to Chocaw nation tribal membership, he was from Bokchito, Oklahoma. Roster from History of 142nd Infantry shows Idabel.

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Code Talker Calvin Wilson, 142nd Infantry, was from Eagletown, Oklahoma. (*CN & 142nd roster) Born in 1895. He died in February 1972.

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Code Talker Joseph Oklahombi, 141st Infantry, was born May 1, 1894. From Wright City, Oklahoma, he has been lauded as oklahoma's greatest war hero of World War I. he walked from his home to enlist as I...

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Code Talker Pete Maytubbe was from Lester, Oklahoma (roster of 142nd Infantry). Other information is he may have resided in Broken Bow, Oklahoma.

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Code Talker Benjamin Hampton, 142nd Infantry, was born in Bennington, Oklahoma. On August 16, 1939, the Durant Newspaper ran an article on Benjamin W. Hampton, part of it reads: Ben's part in the U.S. ...

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Code Talker Walter Veach, 142nd Infantry, Born May 18, 1884. He was from Durant, Oklahoma. Daughter Jeanette Veach Brinkerhoff submitted this information on her father. Veach helped organize Company H,...

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Code Talker James Edwards , 142nd Infantry, was born October 16, 1898 at Glover, Oklahoma. A member of the choctaw language "relay team" for messages and helped with the code words used in transmission...

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Code Talker Victor Brown served in the 143rd Infantry. He was also an orphan. He attended Commercial College and Southeastern State College. Daughter Napance Brown Coffman of Bartlesville, Oklahoma...

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Code Talker Benjamin Hampton, 142nd Infantry, was born in Bennington, Oklahoma. On August 16, 1939, the Durant Newspaper ran an article on Benjamin W. Hampton, part of it reads: Ben's part in the U.S. ...

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Code Talker Ben Carterby served in the 141st Infantry, along with his buddy Joseph Oklahombi. Born December 11, 1893 in Bethal (near Battiest). He enlisted in the Army in Idabel, the county seat. After...

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Code Talker Mitchell Bobb, 142nd Infantry, was registered on the Choctaw Tribal rolls in 1896 at age 4. His father Jackson was deceased. His mother Ellen (Aalin), died Sept 17, 1902. That left him an o...

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Tobias William Frazier, Sr. (1892-1975) was a full-blood Choctaw Indian who was a member of the famous fourteen Choctaw Code Talkers. The Code Talkers pioneered the use of American Indian languages as ...

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Code talker Albert Billy (1885-1958) was from Poteau, Oklahoma, in LeFlore County. (Code talkers sited by Choctaw Nation shows (Jove? I.T.) Born October 8, 1885 A member of the 142nd Infantry of th...

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