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For those looking for those ancestors in early Indian Territory and Oklahoma

Location: Muskogee, Oklahoma
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Daniel R or Sam T. Duniphan

Started by Michael Beck Jan 6.

Recent trip to Oklahoma HIstory Center 3 Replies

Started by Charles Donaghe. Last reply by Cari Bennett/Rowland Mar 10, 2010.

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Comment by Lynette Null Wilson on March 12, 2010 at 7:01pm
Hello, my name is Lynette Null Wilson. I am researching my fathers Family. He grew up in Oilton OK. His name is Monty Null born 1936. His parents were Arthur Null (1888-1961) and Russia Null (1892-1970). His great paternal grandparents were William Null (1865-1905) and Charlotte Mayo (1862-1908). His maternal grandparents were Richard Sanders (1848-1920) and Susan E. Hammond (1854-1937). The real mystery here is Charlotte Mayo. Some records have her as "Mayo" others a "Ways". I am boxes of photos and documents (taxes, receipts, letters). I just started the family tree on Ancestory. Anyone with knowledge or guidance on Oilton, Creek County or any of the folks mentions above please contact me. Also I know Charlotte Ways/Mayo was from Boggy Depot. I found the Boggy Depot Burial Site and some "Mayos" listed but no Charlotte. Additionally my family is listed many times on the Choctaw census so I am reading on that as well. This family tree stuff can be overwhelming. Thank you for any assistance.
Comment by Donna Dreyer on March 10, 2010 at 11:22pm
you are very welcome Cari.
Comment by Cari Bennett/Rowland on March 10, 2010 at 8:58am
Donna, thank you so much. That was exactly what I was looking for. You're a doll! :-)
Comment by Donna Dreyer on March 9, 2010 at 10:36pm
Several Brown's listed in the Grady County Cemeteries, some in Rush Springs Cemetery. http://www.okcemeteries.net/grady/grady.htm
Comment by Cari Bennett/Rowland on March 8, 2010 at 8:13am
Hello Everyone! I am researching my great grandparents, Browns, who are supposedly buried in Rush Springs.
Comment by Connie Timms on February 23, 2010 at 10:15am
Can anyone help? I have been at a brick wall for years now. My husbands family, the Timms. I find his great grandfather Charles Birt Timms/Tims (I have seen it spelled both ways) in the Choctaw Nation in 1910 and 1920 and in Texas in 1930, but nothing before. He was born 3-24-1879, married Maudie Alemeda Shores 11-8-1907 in DeQueens AR, died 11-7-1936.

In the Choctaw Nation I show him to be in Eagle Town (McCurtain Co.) I also find a Samuel and Ella Timms in the same area but can not connect the two yet.
Comment by Rick Leonard on December 5, 2009 at 10:36am
Looking for additional information on Joseph LEONARD (1837-1925) of Anadarko m. Na-nia ("Minnie") possibly a daughter of George Washington (Neetamooqua). Na-nia died in childbirth, but daughter Margaret survived and married John Downing. Would like to find Downing descendants and/or Joseph's burial site. He is well represented in Caddo & Witchita census reports.
Comment by Brooks F Nelson on October 27, 2009 at 7:22pm
Hello- I am seeking death record information/Burial,Obit. for my gg-grandmother Charlotte Rebecca McDaniel from whom died 05,August 1900 Fishertown,Oklahoma- and is buried according to strong opinion in the Lenna Cemetary along with her son Merritt Lester McDaniel- Her Husband was Henry Albert McDaniel. I am not sure of what church they belonged too or anything of that nature- How where deaths handled in this timeperiod? did they record them,funeral records etc
Comment by Kim Stracener Zapalac on September 16, 2009 at 9:53am
Looking to narrow down the death date of an ancestor. His name was John B. Winburn b. circa 1821 prob. Pulaski Co., GA. He was last found on the 1890 Indian Territory (Oklahoma) census for Chickasaw Lands. Died before 1900. His last place of residence before that was Bosque Co., TX. He was also an ordained part-time Baptist minister, but his main occupation was always listed as farmer.Looking for sources like the nearest newspaper name & town, nearest record place, etc., and any other suggestions since I am not familiar with this area in Oklahoma. Thanks!
Comment by jammie barker on August 30, 2009 at 12:45pm
jeanne
the marrage date is march 22 1883
 

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