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Dawes Final Rolls

1 15455 93 YORK Roscoe 18 M Full 3285 Choctaws by Blood

1 547 163 YORK Rufus 53 M Full Mississippi Choctaws

1 108 160 YORK Sallie 11 F Full Mississippi Choctaws

1 12842 77 YORK Sampson 37 M Full 4645 Choctaws by Blood

1 14939 89 YORK Sarah 48 F 3-4 3285 Choctaws by Blood

1 238 161 YORK Scott 43 M Full Mississippi Choctaws

1 12843 77 YORK Sebian 32 F Full 4645 Choctaws by Blood

1 540 163 YORK Solomon (Tuck-a-lum-bee) 90 M Full Mississippi Choctaws

1 106 160 YORK Sydney 19 M Full Mississippi Choctaws

1 240 161 YORK Taylor 17 M Full Mississippi Choctaws

1 13359 320 YORK Vera Maud 1 F 1-32 5565 Cherokees by Blood

1 582 117 YORK Wallace 34 M I W 4780 Choctaws by Intermarriage

1 450 162 YORK William 2 M Full Mississippi Choctaws

1 136 169 YORK Wm. Baston 2 M Full 195 Minor Mississippi Choctaw

 

{The Dawes Commission was organized in 1893 to accept applications for tribal enrollment between 1899 and 1907 (some were added as late as 1914), mostly from Indians who resided in the Indian Territory which later became the State of Oklahoma. Tribal membership entitled qualified individuals to land allotments from the U.S. Government. These enrollment records were eventually published as the Dawes Commission, also known as The Five Civilized Tribes, which consisted of the Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Crow, Creek and Seminole Tribes.}

**Information supplied by Mary Morgan Robertson

FINAL ROLL FOR CHOCTAW, 1902 Page 89
14939 York, Sarah age 48 female (3/4) 3285

FINAL ROLL OF MISSISSIPPI CHOCTAWS ages Accumulated to Sept 25, 1902 Page 160 All below are listed as FULL BLOOD

104 York, Dixon age 42 male 105 " Josephine " 38 female
106 " Sydney " 19 male 107 " Betty " 14 female
108 " Sallie " 11 female 109 " Lee " 9 male
110 " Alice " 4 female 111 " Lula " 1 female Page 161
240 York, Taylor age 17 male 241 " Evan " 15 male
238 " Scott " 43 male 239 " John " 19 male
Page 162449 York, Pauline age 20 female 450 " William " 2 male Page 163
505 York, Pickens age 29 male 506 York, Nannie age 10 female
540 " Solomon " 90 male (Tuck-a-bumbee) 547 " Rufus " 53 male
548 " Malissa " 46 female 549 " Ida " 16 female
550 " Jamison " 12 male 551 " Jesse " 7 male
552 " Annie " 6 female Page 165993  York, Ames age 22 male
994 " Bettie Lee " 2 female

FINAL ROLLS OF MINOR MISSISSIPPI CHOCTAWS, Enrolled under act of 4/26/1906.
Ages Accumulated to March 4, 1906 Page 169 Census Card #

70 York, Annice age 2 female 41

136 " Wm. Batson " 2 male 195

MARRIAGES IN THE CHICKASAW NATION

York, Elizabeth, Mrs. Sewel [Hewit?], Wm. H. 06/30/1873 Willis Dickerson, Co. Judge Pickens Co. Pickens Co


"Stephens County, OK School Census (Indian Blood) Unidentified dates and 1940-1948 number 766.70

Bob Sweeney (Choctaw Tribe) District #40, age 14, Parent = Malissa YORK, Marlow, OK.

Edd Nubby (Choctaw Tribe) District #40, age 15, Parent = Malissa YORK, Marlow, OK.

Lula YORK, parent of Joyce Hanks, age 10, 5th grade, and Billie Joe Hanks, age 9, 4th grade.

1946 - Lonnie Cooper and Lucinda YORK, parents of Albert Cooper, age 13, 7th grade, and Lawrence Cooper, age 10, 5th grade. August 26-December 31, 1946. Mother: Minnie YORK. Maternal Grandfather: Jesse York. Maternal Grandmother: Jane Gibson. Children: James Reynolds (13) 5th grade; Robert Reynolds (11) 4th grade; Basima Reynolds (9) (female) 3rd grade; and Troy Reynolds (7) 2nd grade.

1948: James Ray YORK (6) 1st grade. Mother: Lizzie YORK. Marlow, Stephens County, OK High School Senior Classes 1908-1982

1943 Odas YORK


22489 Title Enrollment for John YORK Dates ca.1898-ca.1914 Creating Org. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Commissioner to the Five Civilized Tribes. Scope & Content Tribe: Cherokee Type: Parent Sex: Male Census Card Number: R1178

Title Enrollment for Thomas YORK
Digital Copies (larger access file - 151432 bytes) Creating Org. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Commissioner to the Five Civilized Tribes. Scope & Content Tribe: Cherokee Type: Doubtful Age: 54 Sex: Male Degree Indian Blood: IW Census Card Number: D256 Post Office: Vinita; Roll Number: Not Reported

MUSKOGEE49A Item 9572 Title 1896 Citizenship Application for Ben YORK ..Dates ca.1896-ca.1897 Creating Org. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Muskogee Area Office. Scope & Content Tribe: Choctaw Application Number: 241

MUSKOGEE49A Item 9573 Title 1896 Citizenship Application for Clinton J. YORK..Dates ca.1896-ca.1897 Creating Org. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Muskogee Area Office. Scope & Content Tribe: Choctaw Application Number: 951

MUSKOGEE49A Item 9574 Title 1896 Citizenship Application for Dixon YORK.. Dates ca.1896-ca.1897 Creating Org. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Muskogee Area Office. Scope & Content Tribe: Choctaw Application Number: 151

MUSKOGEE49A Item 9575 Title 1896 Citizenship Application for Eliza T. YORK .Dates ca.1896-ca.1897 Creating Org. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Muskogee Area Office. Scope & Content Tribe: Choctaw Application Number: 1162

MUSKOGEE49A Item 9576 Title 1896 Citizenship Application for Erda YORK Dates ca.1896-ca.1897 Creating Org. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Muskogee Area Office. Scope & Content Tribe: Choctaw Application Number: 241

MUSKOGEE49A Item 9577 Title 1896 Citizenship Application for Leslie O. YORK . Dates ca.1896-ca.1897 Creating Org. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Muskogee Area Office. Scope & Content Tribe: Choctaw Application Number: 241

 

Control No: NRFF-75-MUSKOGEE49A-9577 Title: 1896 Citizenship Application for Leslie O. YORK, ca.1896 - ca.1897. Creating Org: Bureau of Indian Affairs. Muskogee Area Office. 39 Textual records

Control No: NRFF-75-MUSKOGEE49A-9578 Title: 1896 Citizenship Application for Mabel L. YORK, ca.1896 - ca.1897. Creating Org: Bureau of Indian Affairs. Muskogee Area Office. 40 Textual records Item Control No: NRFF-75-MUSKOGEE49A-9579

Title: 1896 Citizenship Application for Maud E. YORK, ca.1896 - ca.1897. Creating Org: Bureau of Indian Affairs. Muskogee Area Office. 41 Textual records Item Control No: NRFF-75-MUSKOGEE49A-9580

Title: 1896 Citizenship Application for Myrtle A. YORK, ca.1896 - ca.1897. Creating Org: Bureau of Indian Affairs. Muskogee Area Office. 42 Textual records Item Control No: NRFF-75-MUSKOGEE49A-9581

Title: 1896 Citizenship Application for Sarah YORK, ca.1896 - ca.1897. Creating Org: Bureau of Indian Affairs. Muskogee Area Office. 43 Textual records Item Control No: NRFF-75-MUSKOGEE49A-9582

Title: 1896 Citizenship Application for Scott YORK, ca.1896 - ca.1897. Creating Org: Bureau of Indian Affairs. Muskogee Area Office. 44 Textual records Item Control No: NRFF-75-MUSKOGEE49A-9583

Title: 1896 Citizenship Application for Solomon YORK, ca.1896 - ca.1897. Creating Org: Bureau of Indian Affairs. Muskogee Area Office. 45 Textual records Item Control No: NRFF-75-MUSKOGEE49A-9584

Title: 1896 Citizenship Application for W. C. YORK, ca.1896 - ca.1897. Creating Org: Bureau of Indian Affairs. Muskogee Area Office. 46 Textual records Item Control No: NRFF-75-MUSKOGEE49A-9585

Title: 1896 Citizenship Application for Wallace YORK, ca.1896 - ca.1897. Creating Org: Bureau of Indian Affairs. Muskogee Area Office. 47 Textual records Item Control No: NRFF-75-MUSKOGEE49A-9586

Title: 1896 Citizenship Application for Willie P. YORK, ca.1896 - ca.1897. Creating Org: Bureau of Indian Affairs. Muskogee Area Office.

LAST NAME, FIRST NAME, DAWES ROLL#, FAMILY CENSUS #, MILLER ROLL #, MILLER APPLICATION, AGE, SEX, %BLOOD, MILSURN ROLL, ADDRESS (AT THE TIME)

YORK, George Eaton, Dawes 11377 M, Family Census 4744 M, no Miller #, no Miller App., age 3, male, 1/64, no address

YORK, James Mooring, Dawes 11377 M, Family Census 4744 M, no Miller, No Miller App, age 1, male, 1/64 no address

YORK, Lillie B., Dawes 13358, family census 5565, Miller 30082, Miller Appli 24965, age 21, female, 1/32, on Milsurn Roll YORK(means on the Milsurn Roll she was a YORK at the time), address Adair, OK

YORK, Vera Maud, Dawes 13359, family census 5565, Miller 30083, Miller app 24965, age 1, female, 1/32, on Milsurn listed YORK, address Adair, OK

YORK, Mary I., Dawes 13359 M, Family census 5565 M, Miller 30084, Miller app 24965, age 2, female, 1/64, listed YORK on Milsurn roll, address Adair, OK

MISSISSIPPI CHOCTAW FIELD CARDS 1898-1914 M1186 SERIES, ROLL 57 From S.E.N.A. publications summer 
1999 Vo 6 No. 4 FIELD NO. 47 COUNTY: LEAKE POST OFFICE: ST. ANN. MIS

YORK, DIXON( see MSChoc. card R 2112 )HEAD AGE: 38 Male Blood: full Tribal enrollment: Leake, 
Father: Tom YORK,yr enrolled:  enrollment: Ind. terr,  Mother: Viney YORK, yr enrolled: enrollment:

YORK, SIDNEY, Son, Male Age: 15 Blood: full Tribal enrollment : Leake Father: Dixon YORK, Mother: Josephine YORK ALL THE REST OF THESE NAMES ARE SAME FIELD NUMBER, COUNTY AND POST OFFICE * ALL SAY " SEE MS CHOC. CARD R 2112 " YORK, JOSEPHINE Wife Age: 35 female Blood: full Tribal enrollment: Leake Father : JIM, DEAD, enrollment: Leake ,Mother: Betsy JIM, DEAD

* ALL THE R EST HAVE SAME MOTHER AND FATHER

  • YORK, SALLIE, Daughter,  female, Age: 7 Blood: full

  • YORK, BETTIE Daughter, Age: 10, female, blood: full

  • YORK, LEE, Son, AGE: 5, Male, Blood: full

  • YORK, ALICE, daughter,  age: 2, female, blood: full

  • YORK, LULA, Daughter, AGE: 1, female, Blood: full

  • ( BORN 20 MARCH 1901. PROPER ADDRESS IS CARTHAGE, MS )

The following York's were all listed as FULL BLOOD CHOCTAWRoll # Census Card # Number

12842 York, Sampson age 37 male 4645

12843 " Selvian? " 32 female 4645

12844 " Levi " 13 male 4645

12845 " Rosa " 11 female 4645

12846 " Minnie " 5 female 4645

12847 " Mina " 83 female 4646

12848 " Lillie " 13 female 4646

MISSISSIPPI CHOCTAW FIELD CARDS 1889-1914, M1186 SERIES ROLL 57,  ALL THE FOLLOWING FROM FIELD NUMBER 77,  ALL THE FOLLOWING ARE TRIBAL ENROLLMENT: LEAKE COUNTY,  ALL THE FOLLOWING POST OFFICE : STANDPINE,MS.,  ALL THE FOLLOWING HAVE NOTE : " SEE MC CHOCTAW CARD #R2171 "

YORK, EVAN,Son, age: 13,  male, FULL blood, Father: Scott York, enrol: Leake,  Mother: Sealy York

YORK, ALOM,Son, age: 13, male,  FULL blood,  Father; Scott York, Mother: Sealy York

YORK, BEN, Son, age: 7,  male,  FULL blood, Father: Scott York,  Mother: Sealy York

YORK, TAYLOR,Son, age: 15,  male, FULL blood, Father: Scott York, Mother Sealy York

YORK, JOHN,Son, age: 16,  male, FULL blood,  Father; Scott York, Mother Sealy York

YORK, SEALY, WIFE, age: 44, female, FULL blood, Father BEN, Mother: Jennie Ben DEAD

YORK, SCOTT, HEAD, male, FULL blood, age: 40, Father:Solomon York,Mother: Martha York DEAD

YORK, BENNETT Son,  male, FULL blood,  age: 10, Father: Scott York, Mother: Sealy York

FIELD NUMBER 10,  COUNTY: LEAKESTANDING,  POST OFFICE : TRICUM, MS

YORK, SOLOMAN,  HEAD,  age: 80, male,  FULL blood,  Tribal enrollment: Leake,  Father: YORK dead, enrollment: Ha-che-ba,  Mother: DEAD

THE FOLLOWING ARE ALL: FILED NUMBER 22,  POST OFFICE: Thomastown, Ms.,  TRIBAL ENROLLMENT: LEAKE,  * ALL HAVE NOTE : " SEE Ms Choctaw Card # R2168 "

YORK, RUFUS,  HEAD,  age: 48,  male FULL blood,  Father : Tom York,  enrollment: Ind. Territory, Mother: Minnie YORK

YORK, MALISSA, Wife,  female,  FULL blood,  age: 40,  Father : Charles Bob, enrollment: Leake, Mother: Sophie Bob

* THE FOLLOWING HAVE SAME MOTHER AND FATHER : RUFUS YORK AND MALISSA YORK

YORK, IDA,  Daughter, female, age: 14,  FULL blood

YORK, JAMISON,  Son,  age: 11,  FULL blood

YORK, JESSE,  Son,  age: 7,  FULL blood

YORK, ANNIE,  Daughter,  age: 3, FULL blood

THE FOLLOWING ARE ALL: FILED NUMBER 23,  POST OFFICE: THOMASTOWN,  COUNTY: LEAKE, TRIBAL ENROLLMENT: LEAKE

YORK, AARON, ( see MS Choc. care R2168 ), Head,  age: 21,  FULL blood,  Father: Rufus York,  Mother: Malissa YORK

YORK, SEALY, ( Dead, died 24 Jan 1900 ),  Wife,  AGe: 20, FULL blood, father : Willis,  Mother: Lisa Willis

* THE FOLLOWING HAVE SAME MOTHER AND FATHER : AARON YORK AND SEALY YORK

YORK, BETTIE LEE,  Daughter, age: 2, FULL blood,  ( born in Aug 1899 )

FOLLOWING ALL HAVE SAME :FILED NUMBER: 42 COUNTY: LEAKE POST OFFICE  THOMASTOWN, MS TRIBAL ENROLLMENT: LEAKE,  ALL NOTE " See MS Choc. card R4407"

YORK, PICKENS,  Head,  age: 28, FULL blood,  Father: Charley York, enrollment: Ind Teritory, Mother : Nicey York DEAD

YORK, NANIE,  Daughter, age: 8, FULL Blood, Father : Pickens York,  Mother: Annie York DEAD

YORK, ENNIS - DEAD,  daughter,  age: 6,  Father: Pickens York,  Mother: Annie York- DEAD

The following was published in the monthly Stephens County [Oklahoma] Genealogical Society quarterly called "Foot Steps". It is quoting from the newspaper "Duncan Weekly Eagle" of September 4, 1913: "September Sale of Indian Lands"Public Auction - Time Payments Under Supervision of U.S. Government. The following Allotted Land Will be Offered for Sale at the Time and Place Indicated Below:Stephens County The following will be offered for Sale in front of the Post Office, Duncan, Oklahoma at 2 o'clock p.m. Friday September 19, 1913. Address written Bids on Land in Stephens County to Eldon Lowe, Field Clerk, Duncan, Oklahoma.

Case Number 5126 - Ida Sweeney, nee YORK, Mississippi Choctaw, Roll #549 - 49.53 acresCase Number 7368 - Silas Tonihka, Choctaw, Roll #2621 - 40 acres.

Case 8832 - Henrietta West, nee Apala, Chickasaw, Roll #38 - 40 acres.

Case number 8938 - Josephine YORK, Mississippi Choctaw, Roll #105 - 100acres.

Case number 9105 - Nelson Carney, Choctaw, Roll #8584 - 90 acres.

Case number 9127 - Semia King, Choctaw, Roll #3127 - 100 acres.

MARTIN V. YORK and 1 child Mena, Ark. Rejected. It does not appear that any ancestor was ever enrolled or that any ancestor was party to the treaties of 1835-6 and 1846. Shows no connection with the Eastern Cherokees; ancestors did not live in the Cherokee domain. Misc. Test. P. 2085 and 2291. Misc.Test.P. 2085. #2332 - also #40992 - Susan A Lake...in behalf of Martin V. York. "That I am 74 years of age and live in Webb City, Mo. I have filed apllication myself (40992). I am the aunt of Martin V York. His father was my full brother. His mother was a white woman. His wife is a white woman. His grandmother, Elizabeth York nee Kitchens, claimed the Indian. I think that my great grandparents were full bloods. My mother never talked much to me about our Indian ancestry and as far as we know, my mother claimed to be 1/4 Cherokee. My mother was born and raised in Kentucky. My mother was about 75 when she died in 1867. My mother lived in Ky. a long time and then she went to Illinois. I was born in Illinois. They had been there a long time when I was born. I was the youngest child of five. My mother nor I never lived with the Indians. Don't know my grandmother's name. She married a Kitchens but I don't know her first nor her maiden name. Don't know when she died. I think my grandfather Kitchen's name was John. He never had any other name than Kitchens. My mother had one brother and one sister. Charlie Kitchens and Rachel Kitchens. Rachel married John Wyatt. My mother was always called an Indian. She looked just like an Indian. I am recognized as a white woman. I never lived with the Indians myself. My great grandfather lived and died in N.C., even at the time the Indians were driven out. My great grandfather and my grandfather were both dead before I was born. None of us were never on any rolls that I know of. I nor my mother never received anything from the government. This is the only application I ever made for Indian benefits. All of my relatives claim through the same source as I do for their Indian descent. My husband was a white man". Signed: Susan A. Lake, Mena, Aug. 20, 1908

MISC. TEST. P. 2291. 43628-40992 - John J Bales: "My name is John J. Bales. I live at Sarcoxie, Mo,. I was born in 1846 in Polk Co., Ark. I claim through my mother. Her maiden name was Elizabeth York. She was born in Morgan Co., Illinois. She died in 1856 and she was about 28 years old when she died. I think she moved from Illinois to La. from La. to Ark. and from Ark back to Ill. They never lived anywhere else as I know of. My mother never lived with the Indians as a member of the tribe. I am nephew of Susan A Lake #40992." Signed: John J Boles(?), Carthage, Mo. Aug. 26, 1908. EXCEPTION CASE. Rejected. Total number of exceptions filed in this group Original recommendation renewed.

Be suspicious of very "white" sounding names in the period from 1825 to the Civil War. Names like George Washington Green, Andrew Jackson Matheny, Isaac Newton Ward, William Jennings Bryon Bollinger. If you want your children to appear white, give them a name everyone will know is"white", people will think you so admired that man that you couldn't resist naming a child after him. Serves two purposes. Of course, there were people who did so admire someone, but it is more likely to be an attempt to protect a child.

CHEROKEE INDIAN ANCESTRY

About 200 years ago the Cherokee Indians were one tribe, or "Indian Nation" that lived in the southeast part of what is now the United States. During the 1830's and 1840's, the period covered by the Indian Removal Act, many Cherokees were moved west to a territory that is now the State of Oklahoma. A number remained in the southeast and gathered in North Carolina where they purchased land and continued to live. Others went into the Appalachian Mountains to escape being moved west and many of their descendants may still live there now. Today, individuals of Cherokee ancestry fall into the following categories:
(1) Living persons who were listed on the final rolls of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma (Dawes Commission Rolls) that were approved and descendants of these persons. These final rolls were closed in 1907.
(2) Individuals enrolled as members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians of North Carolina and their descendants who are eligible for enrollment with the Band.
(3) Persons on the list of members identified by a resolution dated April 19, 1949, and certified by the Superintendent of the Five Civilized Tribes Agency and their descendants who are eligible for enrollment with the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indian of Oklahoma.
(4) All other persons of Cherokee Indian ancestry.

 

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NATIVE AMERICAN WISDOM
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THE PEOPLES PATHS
THE FUR TRAPPER - Indian history info.
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INDIAN RESERVATIONS, 1875 at Ancestry.com
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http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/4663.htm
OKLAHOMA OSAGE TRIBE ROLL, 1921
     By the Act of Congress on 28 June 1906, (34 Stat. L., 539-543), the lands of the 
Osage Nation in what is now Osage County, Oklahoma were divided among the 2229
members of the tribe. Each member received an allotment of 657 acres of surface rights. 
This database is a census of the tribe conducted in 1908 and
certified by the Osage Indian Agency in 1921. In addition to providing the tribe
member's name, each record also includes birth information, sex, and relationship to the
head of the household. Commission number refers to the number assigned by the
1921 certification commission. Roll number refers to the number assigned in the
original Roll of 1908. Affidavit numbers are provided for those who applied for
proof of Indian blood and to what degree. This index reveals information
regarding over 2,300 Osage Nation members in the early twentieth century. For
researchers of Osage Tribe members, this can be an invaluable source of information.
 Source Information:  Sparks, Lyla Hayes. "Oklahoma Osage Tribe Roll, 1921."
[Database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Electronic reproduction of a
report submitted by the Osage Indian Agency in Pawhuska, Oklahoma to the
Secretary of the Interior in Washington, D.C. in 1921.
The Chapman Rolls of the Cherokee by Barbara Benge

Rare Books - Online reads - out of print books & more!

Native American Culture

Great Cherokee Site - legends and other information

1835 Cherokee East of the Mississippi Census Index. In 1835, the Cherokee Nation contained almost 22,000 Cherokees and almost 300 Whites connected by marriage

Cherokee Cousins - List of Gen. Books

Amoung the Creeks (Muskogee)

Henderson Roll - Accessgenealogy - search page

Some links to OK Tribal Nation sites
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Cherokee Fire - good site!

Choctaw-Web

Native American Genealogy

Sequoyah Family files

The Old Settlers

Internet Public Library - Native American Authors

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