Collection: The Mississippi Choctaw

Society of Mississippi Choctaw 1914

These records came from the National Archives and the list was posted in the newspaper in Biloxi/Gulfport, Mississippi in November of 1935. Attempts have been made to establish just what this Society is, but to date we have not obtained that information. The information for these pages was contributed by Jackie Matte, author of They Say the Wind is Red, Pat Creel-Kendrick, and Dusty. We thank them for allowing us to provide our readers with this valuable Choctaw history. Surname A Member Name Spouse Date of Marriage Address Sarah Young Abbley widow (Fritz Abbley) 1888 Biloxi, Miss. Sarah E. Bosarge Andrews Marion Andrews 1902 Bayou Labatre, Ala. Minnie Lee Bosarge Andrews Emmit Andrews 1895 Bayou Labatre, Ala. William E. Akridge Daisie Daughtery 1905 Bayou Labatre, Ala. Claral Bosarge Akridge Louis B. Akridge 1884 Bayou Labatre, Ala. Armenia Bosarge Andrews John Andrews 1871 Bayou Labatre, Ala. Fannie Andrews Arnett Joe Arnett 1886 Bayou Labatre, Ala. Surname B Member Name Spouse Date of Marriage Address William Franklin Bellais Charlotte King* 1910 Ocean Springs, Miss. Decatur P. Bond Fannie M. Hickman 1870 Powers, Miss. Marion Bond Mariah Crawford 1859 Wisdom, Miss. Seth H. Bond Sarah Johnson 1891 Beatrice, Miss. Jesse H. Bond Mary D. Williams 1903 Saucier, Miss Mills T. Bond Unmarried Saucier, Miss. John Carrol (Hard To Read) Bond Unmarried McHenry, Miss. Russell Bond Amelia Johnson 1892 McHenry, Miss. Bessie Golman Bosarge...

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Identified Mississippi Choctaw in 1902

List of persons whose names appear on Identification Roll of Mississippi Choctaws prepared by the Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes, and approved by the Secretary of the Interior under the provisions of the Act of June 28, 1898 (30 Stat. L.,495) but who were not enrolled on the final rolls of the Mississippi Choctaws entitled to allotments in the Choctaw Nation under the provisions of the Act of July 1, 1902 (32 State. L.,641).

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