David H. Folsom, Choctaw and Chickasaw

David H. Folsom, Choctaw And Chickasaw Commission, No. —. David H. Folsom—, 1899. Appeared before Dawes Commission at Atoka and was rejected. June 4, 1900. Again appeared before commission and was told that he could not be enrolled. The applicant is three-sixteenths Chickasaw and one-sixteenth Choctaw. He was born in Blue County, Choctaw Nation, in



Folsom Choctaw Family – List of Mixed Bloods

Folsom Genealogy Chart

The Folsom family is easily one of the best known of all mixed-blood groups (see Charts 10 and 11). Their earliest members in Choctaw country were reputedly the three brothers Edmond, Ebeneezer, and Nathaniel who migrated through Indian country with their parents prior to the American Revolution.1 According to Cushman: “Nathaniel Folsom married Aiahnichih Ohoyo (A



Biography of Perley Oscar Folsom

PERLEY OSCAR FOLSOM, active in business and politics at Cushman, Massachusetts, in the town of Amherst, was born in Marshfield, Vermont, March 28, 1882. The name he bears appears first in history in the first half of the fourteenth century. John Foulsham, of Foulsham, was prior of a Carmelite Monastery in Warwick, England. He was



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