Facts Covering Meritorious Cases

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The following persons, mostly full-bloods, were before Judge Pollock and should be covered by his report to the committee. Persons whose names are set in are minors.

  • Addie Carter.
    • “William O. Carter.
    • Lula C. Carter.
    • Margaret Carter.
  • S. D. Mitchell.
  • Paul and Mary Jessie.
    • Dosman Jessie.
    • Frank Battiest.
    • George Battiest.
    • Adam Bill.
  • Sillistine Battiest.
    • Lestie Battiest.
    • Annie John.
  • Pauline Williams.
    • John Jack.
    • Alline Jack.
  • Joe Battiest.
    • Lena Battiest.
    • Mary Jessie, wife.
  • Minnie Gardner.
    • Delia Lee Gardner.
  • Fannie Battiest.
    • Thompson Battiest.
  • Sillis Battiest,
    • Willis Isaac.
    • Ida Isaac.
  • Martin McDaniel.
  • Gustin and Emma Jessie.
    • Anderson Jessie.
    • Ada Jessie.
  • Nancy Isaac.
  • Joe Babtist.
  • T. B. Black.
    • Enoch Black.
  • Othella Black.
  • Frazine Babtist.
  • Ernest Jessie.
    • Winston Jessie.
    • Willie Jessie.
    • George Jessie.
  • Lucy Harris.
  • Levi Orpham.
    • Buster Orpham.
    • Rena Orpham.
  • Gilbert James.
    • Fannie Mirtle James.
  • Gilbert Arpealer.
    • Nicy Arpealer.
    • Sidney Arpealer.
  • Ida Myers.
    • Lula Myers.
    • Alex Myers.
    • Fred Myers.
    • Rula Myers.
  • David Martin et al.
  • Quincy E. Maddie, nee Powell.
  • J. M. Martin.
    • Matilda Martin.
    • Anna Martin.
    • Lizzie Martin.
    • John Martin.
    • Walter Martin.
    • Andrew Martin.
  • Leta G. Bozeman, nee Nelson.
  • Lillie S. Nelson, mother of.
  • Alexander Dick.
    • Zeno Dick.
    • Helper Dick.
  • Sallie Jackson.
  • Lorin Wilson.
  • Peggie Coker.
    • Bertha Tucker.
    • Richard Tucker.
    • Dan Presley.
    • Julius Presley.
    • Willie Presley.
  • Hullecker Lewis.
    • Dixie Lewis.
  • Martha Colbert.
  • Pollen Homer.


MLA Source Citation:

United States Congress. Five Civilized Tribes In Oklahoma, Reports of the Department of the Interior and Evidentiary Papers in support of S. 7625, a Bill for the Relief of Certain Members of the Five Civilized Tribes in Oklahoma, Sixty-second Congress, Third Session. Department of the Interior, United States. 1913. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 10 October 2014. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/facts-covering-meritorious-cases.htm - Last updated on Oct 14th, 2012


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