Choctaw Indian Treaty Signers, 1830

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There exists several thousand names from government claims records and commission hearings, as well as genealogical evidence, which indicate a broad occurrence of mixed bloods in the Choctaw tribe. This study lists the names and families of the known mixed bloods and examines their role in tribal history, especially regarding land treaties during the Jeffersonian years preceding Removal. This study includes a database of over three thousand names of known and probable mixed bloods drawn from a wide range of sources and therefore has genealogical as well as historical value.

Readers interested in more information should start their research here: Choctaw Mixed Bloods and the Advent of Removal

Choctaw Indian Treaty Signers, 1830.

Done, and  signed, and executed by the Commissioners of the United States, and the chiefs, captains and head men of the Choctaw Nation, at Dancing Rabbit Creek, this 27th day of September, eighteen and thirty.

Name Name
Jno. H. Eaton Yobalarunehahubbee, his x mark
Jno. Coffee Holubbee, his x mark
Greenwood Leflore Robert Cole, his x mark
Musholatubbee, his x mark Mokelareharhopin, his x mark
Nittucachee, his x mark Lewis Perry, his x mark
Holarterhoomah, his x mark Artonamaratubbe, his x mark
flopiatinchahubbee. his x mark Hopeatubbee, his x mark
Zishomingo, his x mark Hoahahoomah, his x mark
Captainthalke, his x mark Chuallahoomah, his x mark
James Shield, his x mark Joseph Kincaide, his x mark
Pistiyubbee, his x mark Eyarhocuttubbee, his x mark
Iyaeherhopia, his x mark Heshohomme, his x mark
Offahoomala, his x mark John McKnIbery, his x mark
Archalater, his x mark Benjm. James, his x mark
Onnahubbee, his x mark Tikbachahambe, his x mark
Pisinhocuttubbee, his x mark Aholiktube, his x mark
Tuliarhacher, his x mark Walking Wolf, his x mark
Little leader, his x mark John Waide, his x mark
Maanhutter, his x mark Big Axe, his x mark
Cowehoomah, his x mark Boll, his x mark
Tillamoer, his x mark Tushkochaubbee, his x mark
Inanullacha, his x mark Ittabe, his x mark
Artopilacbubbee, his x mark Tiehowakayo, his x mark
Shupherunchahubbee, his x mark Folehommo, his x mark
Nitterhoomah, his x mark John Garland, his x mark
Oaklaryubhee, his x mark Koshona, his x mark
Pukumna, his x mark Iahleyohamube, his x mark
Arpalar, his x mark Jacob Folsom
Hoiber, his x mark William Foster
Hoparmingo, his x mark Isparhoomah, his x mark
Ontioerharcho, his x mark Hugh A. Footer
Tieberhoomah, his x mark Pierre Juzan
Tiehoholarter, his x mark Jno. Pitchlynn, jr.
Mahayarchubbee, his x mark Artooklubbetushpar, his x mark
Metubbee, his x mark David Folsom
Sholohommastube, his x mark Tesho, his x mark
Arearkatubbee, his x mark Lauwechubee, his x mark
Isaaterhoomah, his x mark Hoshehammo, his x mark
Chohtahmatahah, his x mark Olenowo, his x mark
Tunnuppaehubbee, his x mark Ahekoche, his x mark
Okocbaryer, his x mark Kaloshoube, his x mark
Hoehhopia, his x mark Atoko, his x mark
Wartharehahopia, his x mark Ishtemeleche, his x mark
Maarahunchahubbee, his x mark Emthtohahe, his x mark
Miaharyubbee, his x mark Silas D. Fisher, his x mark
Daniel McCurtain his x mark Isaac Folsom, his x mark
Tushkerharcho, his x mark Hekatube, his x mark
Hoktoontubbee, his x mark Hakseche, his x mark
Nuknacrahookmarhee, his x mark Jerry Carney, his x mark
Mingo hoomah, his x mark John Washington. his x mark
James Karnes, his x mark Panshastubbee, his x mark
Tiehohaksblaee, his x mark P. P. Pitchlynn, his x mark
Narlanalar, his x mark Joel H. Nail, his x mark
Pennasha, his x mark Hopia Stonakey, his x mark
Inharyarker, his x mark Kocohornma, his x mark
Mottubbee, his x mark William Wade, his x mark
Narharvubbee, his x mark Panahstickubbee, his x mark
Ishmaryubbee, his x mark Holittankchahubbee, his x mark
James McKins Oklanowa, his x mark
Lewis Wilson, his x mark Neto, his x mark
Ietonarkerharcho, his x mark James Fletcher, his x mark
Hohinehamartarher, his x mark Silas D. Pitchlynn
Kinsulachubbee, his x mark Trahorn, his x mark
Emarhinetubbee, his x mark Toshkahemmittn, his x mark
Gyealndalra, bm, his x mark Tethetayo, his x mark
Thomas Wail Emokinehahorie, his x mark
Sam. S. Worcester Tiehoimita, his x mark
Arlartar, his x mark Thomas W. Foster, his x mark
Nittahubbee, his x mark Zadoc Brashears, his x mark
Tishonouan, his x mark Levi Perkins, his x mark
Wansharehahoornah, his x mark Isaac Perry, his x mark
Isaac James, his x mark Ishlonocka Hoornah, his x mark
Hopiaintushker, his x mark Hiram King, his x mark
Aryoshkerrner, his x mark Ogia Enlah, his x mark
Shemotar, his x mark Nultlahtubbee, his x mark
Hopisisketina, his x mark Tusks Hollattuh, his x mark
Thomas Leflore, his x mark Nothoantehahubbee, his x mark
Arnokechatubbee his x mark Evarpulubbee, his x mark
Shokoperlukna, his x mark Okentahubbe, his x mark
Poeherhoomah, his x mark Living War Club, his x mark
Robert Folsom, his x mark John Jones, his x mark
Charles Jones, his x mark Kuahonolarter, his x mark
James Vaughan, his x mark Phiplip, his x mark
Mealiameye, his x mark Iahtebeka, his x mark
Isaac Jones, his x mark Hocklucha, his x mark
Muecogee, his x mark Eden Nelson, his x mark

The foregoing is entered into, as supplemental to the treaty concluded yesterday.
Done at Dancing Rabbit Creek the 28th day of September, 1830.

Jno. H. Eaton Robert Cole, his x mark
Jno. Coffee Greenwood Lefiore
David Folsom Nittueachee, his x mark
John Garland, his x mark Mushulatubbee, his x mark
Hopiahoomah, his z mark Hopiaunchahubbee, his x mark
Offahoomah, his x mark Captain Thalko, his x mark
Eyarhoeuttubbee, his x mark Pierre Juzan
Iyaeherhopia, his x mark Immarstarher, his x mark
Holubbee, his x mark Onarhubbee, his x mark
Hoshimbamaikar, his x mark

In presence of:
E. Breathitt, Secretary to Commissioners,
W. Ward, Agent for Choctaws,
M. Mackey, United States Interpreter,
John Pitchlynn, United States Interpreter,
R. P. Currin,
Jno. W. Byrn,
Geo. S. Gaines.



MLA Source Citation:

Wells, Dr. Samuel James. Choctaw Mixed Bloods and the Advent of Removal. University of Southern Mississippi. 1987. © Dr. Samuel James Wells, 1987. Used by permission. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 1 November 2014. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/choctaw-indian-treaty-signers-1830.htm - Last updated on Oct 4th, 2013


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