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Native American Tribes- State of Mississippi

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  • Apukshunnubbee (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.” (Col. Robert Col...
  • Wesley Browning Burney (1849 - 1912)
    Early Days of Cooke County" compiled by C.N. Jones, page 90: Among the early day families that lived at Marysville was Wesley B. Burney, father of Julian Gunter Burney of this city. Mr. Burney bought a...
  • Anna Smallwood (c.1835 - 1903)
    Possibly the sister of Rhoda Burney Other Chickasaw Burney's: David Calhoun Burney, Edward Sehon Burney born 1/20/1861David C. Burney married Lucy James also a Chickasaw* Updated from RootsWeb's WorldC...
  • Edward Sehon Burney (1861 - 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...
  • Rhoda Pitchlynn (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 ...