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    1. [SEMINOLE-SURNAMES] OK - Chat
    2. Linda
    3. Need a look-up? We have the resources! Our county coordinators will help you with your questions. Answers and look-ups from: Ancestry Newspaper Archive Heritage Quest to name a few. Come and visit! >>>>>>>> OKGenWeb Chat <<<<<<<< Saturday at 9pm-10pm Oklahoma time www.okgenweb.org/~okchocta/chat/

    12/22/2012 03:44:43
    1. [SEMINOLE-SURNAMES] >>>>>>>> OKGenWeb Chat <<<<<<<<
    2. Linda
    3. Need a look-up? We have the resources! Our county coordinators will help you with your questions. Answers and look-ups from: Ancestry Newspaper Archive Heritage Quest to name a few. Come and visit! >>>>>>>> OKGenWeb Chat <<<<<<<< Saturday at 9pm-10pm Oklahoma time www.okgenweb.org/~okchocta/chat/ Or IRC at irc.rootsweb.com /join #okgenweb ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to OKGEN-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    12/08/2012 06:12:20
    1. [SEMINOLE-SURNAMES] Come To Chat!
    2. Linda
    3. Need a look-up? We have the resources! Our county coordinators will help you with your questions. Answers and look-ups from: Ancestry Newspaper Archive Heritage Quest to name a few. Come and visit! >>>>>>>> OKGenWeb Chat <<<<<<<< Saturday at 9pm-10pm Oklahoma time www.okgenweb.org/~okchocta/chat/ Or IRC at irc.rootsweb.com /join #okgenweb

    12/01/2012 01:01:26
    1. Re: [SEMINOLE-SURNAMES] Names on Pages
    2. Judy White
    3. I have been updating several pages and wanted to give you a preview of what can be found on a new set of pages, the number after the page is the amount of names on that page. Five Civilized Tribes in Oklahoma http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/oklahoma/tribes/ If you are researching any of the names listed here, you might get lucky and find a ancestor. Many of the names listed have additional names listed on the same page. There are over 1500 names listed on 138 pages. Besides the names, there is a large amount of information on the rules, regulations, acts and rolls they used to determine if a person was eligible. A. A. Spring, Choctaw Abraham H. Nail, Choctaw W. J. Thompson Agnes O. Mallory, Choctaw Aleck Brown, Chickasaw Amanda Coyle, Choctaw Anderson F. Cowling, Choctaw by Blood Annie Ensharky, Chickasaw Minor Annie McGee, Chickasaw Bumgarner, Lou, Choctaw Buster Orphan, Chickasaw Minor McPheteridge, Sledge, Gordon, Tapp, Choctaws Cherokee by Blood and Newborn, July 1, 1902 7 cases Choctaw and Chickasaw Citizens 7 Cases Choctaw Freedmen Newborn 7 Cases Clemon Clay and Mary Stinnett, Chickasaw Cases, Askew, Hill and Bennett, Choctaw Creek by Blood 3 Cases D. B. Vernon, Choctaw David H. Folsom, Choctaw and Chickasaw Daniel Sledge, Choctaw Edward J. Horne, Choctaw Elizabeth Hignight, Choctaw Emily J. Zumwalt, et al, Choctaw Evans Hill, Chickasaw Seminole Nation 8 Cases Creeks by Blood 62 Freedmen 2 Cherokee by Blood 120 Freedmen Chickasaw by Blood 8 Freedman 1 Choctaw by Blood 22 Mississippi Choctaw by Blood 5 Intermarried 1 Choctaw Freedmen 281 F.K. West, Choctaw Frances E. Husbands, Choctaw Frank H. Love, Choctaw Frank P. Morgan, Intermarried Choctaw Citizen Franklin M. Harton, Choctaw G. J. Humphrey, Choctaw Henry Brown, Chickasaw J. W. Sparks, Choctaw-Chickasaw James A. Cummins, Choctaw James C. Johnson and James J. Bennight, Choctaw James M. Meeks, Choctaw John and Anderson McCarty, Choctaw John Mitchell, Choctaw John Pickets, Choctaw John R. Kirk, Choctaw John T. Williams, Choctaw Joseph W. Gamlin, Choctaw Josephine Laflore Long, Choctaw Minor John P. Holder, Chickasaw Kate Gamel, Choctaw Lewis Hill, Choctaw List of Persons Who claim to be Entitled to Enrollment 741 Lizzie Henry, Choctaw M. W. McCarley, Chickasaw Mary A. Sanders, Choctaw Mary Huffman, Choctaw Mississippi Choctaw, July 1, 1902 3 Moore, Fannie, Chickasaw Nation Joseph C. Moore, Chickasaw Nancy J. Cooper, Choctaw Napoleon B. Brashears, Choctaw Nicey and Sidney Arpealer, Chickasaw Minors Oscar Casey, Chickasaw Peggy Coker, Choctaw R. Hager and S. Loman, Choctaw Robert Goins, Choctaw Sallie Colbert, Chickasaw Minor Sallie A. Vaughn and Cora M. Stotts, Mississippi Choctaw Sallie Berryman, Choctaw Sarah A. Kelton, Choctaw Sarah Palmer, Chickasaw Services of Ballinger and Lee 75 Names Silas Sharp, Mississippi Choctaw Surname Abbott to Austin Surname Bacon to Byars Surname Camp to Cummins Surname Da-nu-wa to Dunford Surname Edwards to Frenchman Surname Gamblin to Greenleaf Surname Hall to Hyden Surname Isaac to Johnson Surname Kelly to Love Surname Maharda to Mullie Surname Nickey to Owens Surname Paddy to Polk Surname Raiford to Russell Surname Sanders to Swimmer Surname Tables to Tustunuggee Surname Unknown to Vaughn Surname Wagoner to Young T. D. Arnold, Chickasaw Terry Thompson Stubblefield, M.C.R. Vaughn - Duncan Consolidated Cases, M. C. R Victoria Boyd, Choctaw-Chickasaw Virginia Savage, Chickasaw W. A. Clark, Choctaw W. R. Sessums, Choctaw William T. Stephens, Choctaw Willie G. Patterson and Maggie Lee Glance, Choctaw Wm. E. Moore, Choctaw Z. T. Bottoms Et Al., Choctaw Thanks and enjoy!! Judy -- Native American Genealogy http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/ AccessGenealogy http://www.accessgenealogy.com/

    12/04/2010 07:35:45
    1. Re: [SEMINOLE-SURNAMES] Indian Roll Mailing Lists
    2. Judy White
    3. We have added mailing lists for the Indian Rolls presently online and those still waiting to be put online. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/rolls.htm The mailing lists are not meant as a way to search the rolls but to provide information on their historical value as a tool for those searching for their Native American Heritage. For some of the rolls there is a large amount of information on the reason behind the roll, when taken, where and WHAT FOR. Sharing this information with others will benifit all of us who search. Please share this email with others Thanks Judy -- Native American Genealogy http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/ AccessGenealogy http://www.accessgenealogy.com/

    08/05/2010 02:23:45
    1. Re: [SEMINOLE-SURNAMES] New Site Design, Native Genealogy, DNA
    2. Judy White
    3. We've been busy over the past month at Access Genealogy! New site design. The most visible changes is the new site design implemented on the 1st of August. The long and ardorous process of changing over 54,000 html pages, and uploading them to the server is coming close to an end. On top of that, an additional 43,000 database pages got a face lift. Quite a few of the pages still have some errant coding attached to them, and you may see some colors out of place... we're working in getting the face lift complete. Our main emphasis is making the design change was to get a better flow from the home page of the site, and the Native American home page, to the most frequented content. We also added a site search utilizing Google's content search. This search not only searches AccessGenealogy but also our other genealogy and history sites, such as NANations.com. What it does not search are our databases. As such, you will still need to search those databases separately. I am working on an overall search which will provide quicker access to each database, but it is a complicated process for a free site to accomplish. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/ http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/ New DNA Section Genetic genealogy has become yet one more tool in researching our roots. For the Native American researcher it helps focus your research, and if used properly, can resolve questions when there is no paper trail to assist you. We've created an article to help introduce the DNA process to Native American researchers. It explains more in depth what it can and cannot do. http://dna.accessgenealogy.com/ http://dna.accessgenealogy.com/dna_native_american.htm Free 1930 Census Images Finally, we'd like to announce the opening of the complete 1930 census images and index by Footnote to Access Genealogy visitors. The only "payment" required to access these databases is your email address. You will not need to sign up for a free trial, nor will you have to provide your credit card information. This is only good for the month of August, so times' a wastin'... http://www.accessgenealogy.com/census/free_1930.htm Judy and Dennis -- Native American Genealogy http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/ AccessGenealogy http://www.accessgenealogy.com/

    08/06/2009 02:39:40
    1. Re: [SEMINOLE-SURNAMES] A few new Books
    2. Judy White
    3. We have added several new books to our collection: Archives of Aboriginal Knowledge, Vol. 1, Schoolcrafts, first volume of works, more to follow http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/schoolcraft2 Choctaw, Chickasaw, and Natchez History, Cushmans work on these tribes of the South east. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/choctaw/choctaw_chickasaw_natchez_history.htm Indians of Nantucket, http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/nantucket/indians_nantucket.htm Give this one till later in the day. Illustrated History of Idaho http://www.accessgenealogy.com/idaho/state_history.htm Idaho Biographies http://www.accessgenealogy.com/idaho/biographies.htm Thanks Judy

    10/14/2008 03:41:14
    1. Re: [SEMINOLE-SURNAMES] Laws, Decisions and Regulations Affecting the work of the Commissioners of the Five Civilized Tribes
    2. Judy White
    3. Laws, Decisions and Regulations Affecting the work of the Commissioners of the Five Civilized Tribes, 1893-1906. A very interesting book that provides some great information and names of several families. Part 1 is the acts and agreements that were used during those years Part 2 decisions of the Department of the Interior rendered in certain Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek and Cherokee Enrollment Cases. You may get lucky and find your family listed, but they are interesting reading none the less. Part 3 is a digest of decisions rendered by the Department of the Interior and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs 1904-1906. This also provides names, but only as to the case they pertained to. Part 4 shows the disposition and status of Allotment Contest cases appealed from the decisions of the Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes, broken down by tribe. Part 5 Rules of practice in Choctaw, Chickasaw and Cherokee Allotment Contest Cases, explains the reason behind how cases were decided. Part 6 Regulations governing the recognition of agents and attorneys before the commission, a lot of words on how cases should be handled. Part 7 regulations of commissioners, relative to petitions for rehearing under the Loula West, Mary Elizabeth Martin and Joe and Dillard Perry enrollment cases. These are also broken down by letter in Part 2. Part 8 regulations governing the unrestricted alienation of lands for town site purposes in Indian Territory. Mainly refers to the acts under which town sites were laid out and how paid for. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/laws_five_civilized_tribes.htm We also added this week General Gibbon's engagement with the Nez Perce Indians in the Big Hole Valley, Montana. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/laws_five_civilized_tribes.htm Thanks Judy

    07/11/2007 10:37:49
    1. [SEMINOLE-SURNAMES] Seminole land grants ca 1972
    2. Julia Cadenhead
    3. My ancesters were 'removed' from their home in northwest Florida to a reservation in central Florida ca 1910 - 1914. They returned to their north Florida home ca 1914 - 1919. One of them received a letter stating he was qualified to apply for Seminole lands - 250 acres in central Florida - in 1972 or 3. Is there an online data base which describes this event; and/or provides a list of those to whom letters were mailed? I would be grateful for any help, suggestions or directions to find this resource. I know my people were Seminole; I just don't have the paper put with it in our family history file. Judy

    04/14/2007 10:53:42
    1. Re: [SEMINOLE-SURNAMES] Oklahoma, Texas and more
    2. Judy White
    3. This past week I have put up several new pages that should be of interest Biographies of Muskogee and Northern Oklahoma (not all are Native American) http://www.accessgenealogy.com/oklahoma/muskogee.htm Cherokee Treaties 1-10 http://www.oklahomagenealogy.com/cherokee-treaties.htm Cherokee Treaties 11-15 http://www.oklahomagenealogy.com/cherokee-treaties2.htm Creek Treaties 1-15 http://www.oklahomagenealogy.com/creek-treaties.htm Cost of Emigration to Indian Territory http://www.oklahomagenealogy.com/emigration-indian-territory.htm There is much more there if you check the index http://www.oklahomagenealogy.com/ We have also added Oklahoma Cemeteries http://www.oklahomagenealogy.com/cemeteries-oklahoma.htm Cemeteries of Texas http://www.texasgenealogy.org/cemeteries-texas.htm One of the most interesting articles we put online this week shows what the Mowa Tribe of Indians have faced. I am sure all of us can make comparisons to our own tribes. This was written by Jackie Matte. Extinction by Reclassification: The Mowa Choctaws of South Alabama and their struggle for Federal Recognition http://www.accessgenealogy.com/mowa-choctaw-south-alabama.htm You are welcome to pass the links on to friends and other lists. Thanks Judy

    03/10/2007 06:50:46
    1. Re: [SEMINOLE-SURNAMES] [CHEROKEE-SURNAMES] [CHICKASAW-SURNAMES] Odom
    2. Le Bateman
    3. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Le Bateman" <LeBateman@att.net> To: <chickasaw-surnames@rootsweb.com> Cc: <creek-surnames@rootsweb.com>; <SEMINOLE-SURNAMES@rootsweb.com>; <cherokee-surnames@rootsweb.com>; <chickamauga-surnames@rootsweb.com> Sent: Tuesday, October 17, 2006 1:11 AM Subject: Re: [CHEROKEE-SURNAMES] [CHICKASAW-SURNAMES] Odom Does anyone know if the Southeastern Native American Nations adopted the white surnames? I have been told that one of my ancestors married a girl who was of Conestoga, Meherrin, Nottoway, or Susquehanna. Are these people among the tribes here in the Southeast. They were part of the Iroquois Confederacy. But the Iroquois drove them South for some reason. I have also seen the Meherrin called the Menaheyrick. I believe they are the Algonquin Linguistic family. They were in Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. Thanks for any help. My ancestors are Alcy and Sibyl ODOM. Sibyl was older than Alcy. Sibyl's mother was Sibyl Barnes. Sibyl Odom married Richard Snowden Kirkland. I do not know how she and Alcy were related, but they were. Le ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to CHICKASAW-SURNAMES-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to CHEROKEE-SURNAMES-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    10/19/2006 07:56:22
    1. Re: [SEMINOLE-SURNAMES] [CHEROKEE-SURNAMES] [CHICKASAW-SURNAMES] Odom
    2. Le Bateman
    3. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Le Bateman" <LeBateman@att.net> To: <chickasaw-surnames@rootsweb.com> Cc: <creek-surnames@rootsweb.com>; <SEMINOLE-SURNAMES@rootsweb.com>; <cherokee-surnames@rootsweb.com>; <chickamauga-surnames@rootsweb.com> Sent: Tuesday, October 17, 2006 1:11 AM Subject: Re: [CHEROKEE-SURNAMES] [CHICKASAW-SURNAMES] Odom Does anyone know if the Southeastern Native American Nations adopted the white surnames? I have been told that one of my ancestors married a girl who was of Conestoga, Meherrin, Nottoway, or Susquehanna. Are these people among the tribes here in the Southeast. They were part of the Iroquois Confederacy. But the Iroquois drove them South for some reason. I have also seen the Meherrin called the Menaheyrick. I believe they are the Algonquin Linguistic family. They were in Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. Thanks for any help. My ancestors are Alcy and Sibyl ODOM. Sibyl was older than Alcy. Sibyl's mother was Sibyl Barnes. Sibyl Odom married Richard Snowden Kirkland. I do not know how she and Alcy were related, but they were. Le ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to CHICKASAW-SURNAMES-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to CHEROKEE-SURNAMES-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    10/19/2006 07:56:20
    1. Re: [SEMINOLE-SURNAMES] [CHICKASAW-SURNAMES] Odom
    2. Le Bateman
    3. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Le Bateman" <LeBateman@att.net> To: <creek.surnames@rootsweb.com> Cc: <SEMINOLE-SURNAMES@rootsweb.com>; <chickasaw-surnames@rootsweb.com>; <cheorkke-surnames@rootsweb.com>; <chickamauga-surnames@rootsweb.com> Sent: Tuesday, October 17, 2006 1:06 AM Subject: [CHICKASAW-SURNAMES] Odom Does anyone know if the Southeastern Native American Nations adopted the white surnames? I have been told that one of my ancestors married a girl who was of Conestoga, Meherrin, Nottoway, or Susquehanna. Are these people among the tribes here in the Southeast. They were part of the Iroquois Confederacy. But the Iroquois drove them South for some reason. I have also seen the Meherrin called the Menaheyrick. I believe they are the Algonquin Linguistic family. They were in Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. Thanks for any help. My ancestors are Alcy and Sibyl ODOM. Sibyl was older than Alcy. Sibyl's mother was Sibyl Barnes. Sibyl Odom married Richard Snowden Kirkland. I do not know how she and Alcy were related, but they were. L ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to CHICKASAW-SURNAMES-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    10/16/2006 07:11:45
    1. Re: [SEMINOLE-SURNAMES] [CHICKASAW-SURNAMES] Odom
    2. Le Bateman
    3. Does anyone know if the Southeastern Native American Nations adopted the white surnames? I have been told that one of my ancestors married a girl who was of Conestoga, Meherrin, Nottoway, or Susquehanna. Are these people among the tribes here in the Southeast. They were part of the Iroquois Confederacy. But the Iroquois drove them South for some reason. I have also seen the Meherrin called the Menaheyrick. I believe they are the Algonquin Linguistic family. They were in Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. Thanks for any help. My ancestors are Alcy and Sibyl ODOM. Sibyl was older than Alcy. Sibyl's mother was Sibyl Barnes. Sibyl Odom married Richard Snowden Kirkland. I do not know how she and Alcy were related, but they were. Le ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to CHICKASAW-SURNAMES-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    10/16/2006 07:11:10
    1. [SEMINOLE-SURNAMES] Odom
    2. Le Bateman
    3. Does anyone know if the Southeastern Native American Nations adopted the white surnames? I have been told that one of my ancestors married a girl who was of Conestoga, Meherrin, Nottoway, or Susquehanna. Are these people among the tribes here in the Southeast. They were part of the Iroquois Confederacy. But the Iroquois drove them South for some reason. I have also seen the Meherrin called the Menaheyrick. I believe they are the Algonquin Linguistic family. They were in Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. Thanks for any help. My ancestors are Alcy and Sibyl ODOM. Sibyl was older than Alcy. Sibyl's mother was Sibyl Barnes. Sibyl Odom married Richard Snowden Kirkland. I do not know how she and Alcy were related, but they were. L

    10/16/2006 07:06:44
    1. Re: [SEMINOLE-SURNAMES] Book - Century of Dishonor
    2. Judy White
    3. Today I put up the first part of the book Century of Dishonor, the rest will follow over the next few days. I have had this book for some time and read it and re-read it, trying to make up my mind if I should put it online or not. I have always felt it was an important book, but wondered how people would handle the truths in this book. I hope after you read about the tribe that is of the most interest to you, you will take a little extra time and read about the other tribes. You are welcome to pass the pages on to others. If you have comments on the book, please email me at judy@genealogysurnames.com Please remember one thing, these are not my words, but history of our people. http://www.nanations.com/century-of-dishonor.htm Thanks Judy

    10/13/2006 12:42:09
    1. Re: [SEMINOLE-SURNAMES] Seminole Surnames
    2. Robert Page
    3. which book are you talking about. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Mary Blount" <sixwomen@yahoo.com> To: <SEMINOLE-SURNAMES-L@rootsweb.com> Sent: Sunday, September 17, 2006 12:19 PM Subject: [SEMINOLE-SURNAMES] Seminole Surnames > Please advise about the cost and availability of this book. > > Mary Blount > > > --------------------------------- > Get your email and more, right on the new Yahoo.com > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to SEMINOLE-SURNAMES-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message >

    09/17/2006 01:52:27
    1. [SEMINOLE-SURNAMES] Seminole Surnames
    2. Mary Blount
    3. Please advise about the cost and availability of this book. Mary Blount --------------------------------- Get your email and more, right on the new Yahoo.com

    09/17/2006 03:19:37
    1. RE: New books online
    2. Judy
    3. The American Indian as Participant in the Civil War http://www.nanations.com/civil-war-participant.htm This is a very well documented book, when you consider there are more footnotes than pages. When reading, be sure to check the footnotes, a great deal of information is provided in them. There is a map of border Warfare and the location of tribes within the Indian Country. The Micmac Indians at Bay D'Espoir, http://www.canadiangenealogy.net/micmac-indians.htm this is a letter from the Secretary of State, but does list the names and number of family members living on the reservation in 1908. Native Americans in the Census 1960-1890, http://www.nanations.com/native-americans-census.htm information on how the census information was gathered in regards to Indians. The Seminole Indians of Florida http://www.nanations.com/seminole_indians_florida.htm Provides information on the personal characteristics, clothing, adornment, Society, and tribal organization. Code Talkers, our latest website http://www.codetalkers.info/ Genealogy Library http://www.genealogylibrary.org/ At present this lists only our books. I am working on a form that will allow anyone to list their books online. At present if you have any you would like included, please just sent me an email and I will get them listed for you. Thanks Judy

    09/07/2006 03:48:52
    1. RE: NEw books online
    2. Judy
    3. We have added 2 new Indian books to our collection this week. Sign Language Among North American Indians Compared with that Among Other Peoples and Deaf-Mutes http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/signlanguage.htm Personal Memoirs of a Residence of Thirty Years with the Indian Tribes on the American Frontiers http://www.nanations.com/personal-memoirs.htm This is by Henry Schoolcraft. We have the first 36 chapters online and should finish this next week. We updated Massasoit of the Wampanoags http://www.nanations.com/massasoit/ a great deal of history on the Improved Order of the Red Man of Massachusetts Thanks Judy New sites to visit: Reading Tea Leaves http://www.readingtealeaves.info/ Garden Herbs http://www.gardenherbs.org/ Fishing Facts http://www.fishingfacts.info/

    07/10/2006 04:06:26