Allcott, A. B.
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(See Ward and Ghigau) Henrietta Evaline Nidiffer, born January 10, 1883 near Nudmore, Delaware District. She was educated in the Cherokee National schools, and graduated from St. Johns Training School of Nursing in 1915. Married July 26, 1920 A. B . Allcott son of Jonathan P. and Anna Allcott. A. B. Allcott was born May 27th, 1886, in McDowell, Barry County, Missouri. He is an expert electrician and has been Superintendent of the electric light plant at Afton and has recently accepted a like position at Pauls Valley.
George Ward was born March 17, 1787. Had a splendid education and his handwriting was extraordinarily good. He married December 15, 1805, Lucy Mayes, born Mar. 5, 1789 in Tennessee. Lucy was a sister Samuel Mayes and aunt of Chiefs Joel B. and Samuel H. Mayes. She died November 11,1867 and George Ward was killed by “Pin” Indians in 1863. George and Lucy (Mayes), Ward's eldest child, Savina, was born May 1807 in Warren County, Tennessee she married Felix Arthur and her occurred on April 16, 1883. Felix and Savina Arthur's daughter, Lucy, born April 6, 1828, married Isaac Nidiffer born July 18, 1818. She died April 2, 1886 and he died February 2, 1890. They were the parents of Samuel, Freeman, Sabrina, married Robert K. Nix; Sarah, married Isaac Mode; Felix Grundy, born March 16, 1853, married April 23, 1876 Joanna Ruth Linder, born February 8, 1861. He died October 16, 1896 and she died July 2, 1919; Martha married George Monroe Ward; Nancy married Ross T. Carey and John F. Miller; George; Rachel, married John S. Thomason and Lucy Nidiffer married Joseph Kelly.
Felix Grundy and Joanna Ruth Nidiffer were parents of Emma Josephine, Anna Lulu, Henrietta Evaline (Subject of this sketch ) Martha Minnie, John Ross, George William, Freeman Edward and Mary Lucile Nidiffer. George W. and Freeman E. are deceased.
Source: Biographies of the Cherokee Indians