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Name: Zackery Lee Smith <Zacklsmith13@gmail.com>
Date: 2014-11-01
Comments:
Please help me find family ! My grandmothers fathers mother was a full blood creek indian and what my grandma says that her grandmother (Creek) told her how her father was conceived ! That she(Creek) went into the wilderness with the General.Lee from the confederate army to show him and his troops the locations of yanky scout camps ! They where gone for about 2-3 months ! And her(Creek) and General.Lee had become close sexually ! And had become pregnant with his chiled and named him first name : General,last name :Lee this is my grandmas father ! So in all this how do I find my great great grandmother (Creek) haritage and what percent will this make me ? I have lost respect for the US government and there ways ! I want my children to be raised right and how we are supposed to be one with the land ! Is there anyone who can help me with all of this and what I zackery lee cans do?!? Please contact me back! Please! Thank you for reading call me if you would like at 931-300-1963 I am located in lawrenceburg TN 38464 my family (Creek) are from I think was Fondee KY!
 

Name: Marc Gholston <jurywork@centurylink.net>
Date: 2014-03-30
Comments:
I'm interested in the data source for this link. https://www.quickbase.com/db/66747ejv?a=td

Are the 24,000 records from one source? If not, from what years.

 

Name: Scott Nabors <thenaborsfamily@hotmail.com>
Date: 2013-08-23
Comments:
I FOUND OUT ABOUT A YEAR AGO MY GRANDMA WAS OF CREEK ANCESTORY. HER NAME WAS THELMA DORIS CLABORN. I THINK IT WAS HER MOTHER WHO WAS PART CREEK INDIAN. HOW DO I START LOOKING?
Thanks SCOTT NABORS

 

Name: john evans <jye9@juno.com>
Date: 2013-07-11
Comments:
greatgranfather ,grandfather born creek blood indian
 

Name: john evans <jye9@juno.com>
Date: 2013-07-11
Comments:
greatgranfather ,grandfather born creek blood indian
 

Name: Brian Holmes.. <Homey4u2@gmail.com>
Date: 2012-06-24
Comments:
I recently found out my grandmother was full Creek Indian. I don't have much information. Other then she married a Irish coal miner. My dads last name was Wellons. He has passed and I never got to know him. But have met his other son. Is there a chance of finding out anything for my family tree.
 

Name: Mary Daniels <msmarydaniel@yahoo.com>
Date: 2011-08-17
Comments:
My greatgrandmother was Ellen Scott Grayson of the creek nation. My grandfather was Eli grayson. His daughter Josephine is my mother, aged 88. I am her daughter. I have some of the roll numbers of my greatgrandmother, grandfather and some uncles and aunts. They lived in Laredo, Texas for years and are buried there. I am looking for any possible relatives
 

Name: Terry Lambert <tohtarv@hotmail.com>
Date: 2011-07-18
Comments:
Thank all that have helped with this site.
 

Name: Danita Okungbowa <Shranj@aol.com>
Date: 2011-02-03
Comments:
I am trying to finish up my family tree. I just found out that my great-grandfather( Randsom Lowe) is 50% Creek Indian. Born in Oklahoma in 1898. His fathers name was Willie Lowe and his mothers name was Kathern Mathews, she was part blackfoot and Cherokee indian. I think I could be a % of native and African-American. I just don't know of how much native indian have in my blood. Could you please help me find out how or who could help me with information. Thank you.
 

Name: Cheryl Raymer <cherylatfossilmanpoker.com>
Date: 2010-09-13
Comments:
I am trying to locate information about my grandmother Dorothy Davis (unsure of maiden name but she was married to Hersel Henderson prior to Glen Davis). My father is Hersel Henderson, her first born. She was of Creek Indian decent and I believe she was a half breed.
 

Name: milton t scott <mtscott02@yahoo.comnojunk>
Date: 2010-07-18
Comments:
I am new at this.I am sure that we have cherokee.I think we have creek also,but proving it is hard. TOM SCOTT
 

Name: Dona Clark <busibe113@hotmail.com>
Date: 2010-06-20
Comments:
I am trying to find out the burial place of Daniel Nathanial Bard and Emma Bard. His father was Richard Bard who married Lucy McIntosh. I am a descendent of these people. Thanks
 

Name: Stas <ss@ss.ss>
Date: 2009-10-07
Comments:
Hello! Where are new (and old) Beatles Texlance remix?
 

Name: kelly thomas <txyankee26@yahoo.com>
Date: 2009-09-11
Comments:
i would like to research my heritage i was told by my family member who is a lumboyd that she has been searching also cathrine told me she belived we were from creek hreitage and i would like to know the best wayand place to start
 

Name: Lane Johnson <lanejohnson6266@yahoo.com>
Date: 2009-06-01
Comments:
I am trying to find out about my family history, my grandmother told me before she died that I was from the Creek Indian bloodline. Her fathers name was Edward Howard and I'm not sure what his wifes name was. I am very proud of my heritige and would like to find my relitives. My birthday is tomarro and I don't have any family left, I will be 43 thank you.
 

Name: Tina Madden Aguirre <mas.taguirre@gmail.com>
Date: 2009-03-10
Comments:
I am looking for ancestors on my fathers side of the family. My fraternal grandmathers name is wayree hall. I am looking for our indian ancestory. I am very proud to know we have indian ancestors but since i have been told so little i am hoping someone can help me find out more.
Thank you,
Tina

 

Name: Robert Ansiel <m4farris@yahoo.com>
Date: 2008-12-22
Comments:
Looking for relatives of Willy Ansiel. Please respond to m4farris@yahoo.com
 

Name: Lewis A Porch <Lewis.A.Porch-1@ou.edu>
Date: 2007-08-10
Comments:
I am very interested in the origin of Poarch and its affiliation to the Creek Indians.
 

Name: dolly <dollisue66@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2007-08-04
Comments:
I'm looking for the relatives of Fannie Marshall, Heroline Striplen and Ilene nichols.....They lived in the cowetatownshoip long ago...
 

Name: Charles Henderson <cjeff2ks@yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-06-18
Comments:
Irefer to your Creek Researcher page frequently and it has been of great help to me in creating new ideas of areas to search.
 

Name: Richard Blackman <csmoke@webound.com&quot;nojunk&quot;>
Date: 2007-02-17
Comments:
Barnard/Barnett/Euchee
 

Name: Sue Bunn <airdancr3@mail2world.com>
Date: 2007-01-11
Comments:
Visiting your site surfing the web for Creek sites to search for a Riley or
Robert Norris. They are my possible gpa and bio father. But so far I haven't
been able to find their names. I will keep on searching cause they are my
brick wall. Thanks.

 

Name: Steve Travis <gendata@peoplepc.com>
Date: 2006-12-09
Comments:
Hello Lance,

Just wanted to say thanks for all the hard work you have done, to make the best Creek Indian Research Website on the Internet. I have really enjoyed researching at your website.

Steve Travis

 

Name: Dawn Shirley <cariekieg@msn.com>
Date: 2006-09-26
Comments:
Greetings! Is it possible to find out information on pertaining to my american Native Indian heritage, as I have reason to believe that my mother got the tribe wrong and thought cherokee and I was wondering if it was actually Senecca. But, when the tribes were all together on Cherokee soil did they ever intermingle and intermix their bloodlines? And especially around the Civil War?
 

Name: Dawn Shirley <cariekieg@msn.com>
Date: 2006-09-26
Comments:
Greetings! Is it possible to find out information on pertaining to my american Native Indian heritage, as I have reason to believe that my mother got the tribe wrong and thought cherokee and I was wondering if it was actually Senecca. But, when the tribes were all together on Cherokee soil did they ever intermingle and intermix their bloodlines? And especially around the Civil War?
 

Name: Dawn Shirley <cariekieg@msn.com>
Date: 2006-09-26
Comments:
Greetings! Is it possible to find out information on pertaining to my american Native Indian heritage, as I have reason to believe that my mother got the tribe wrong and thought cherokee and I was wondering if it was actually Senecca. But, when the tribes were all together on Cherokee soil did they ever intermingle and intermix their bloodlines? And especially around the Civil War?
 

Name: Dawn Shirley <cariekieg@msn.com>
Date: 2006-09-26
Comments:
Greetings! Is it possible to find out information on pertaining to my american Native Indian heritage, as I have reason to believe that my mother got the tribe wrong and thought cherokee and I was wondering if it was actually Senecca. But, when the tribes were all together on Cherokee soil did they ever intermingle and intermix their bloodlines? And especially around the Civil War?
 

Name: Joyce Hill <jlhill@co.dekalb.ga.us>
Date: 2006-09-08
Comments:
Very interesting site.
 

Name: Betty Anderson <lizasue74@aol.com>
Date: 2006-08-15
Comments:
I am trying to find information on my Great Great Grandfather. His name was
Sam T. Tillman b. around 1844. He was a Creek Indian and according to family
records was never held as "a slave." Sam served in the Union Army with the
51st Regiment of the Colored Troops. I would love to know about Sam's parents.
I am an amateur historian. I only recently received the information from a
distant cousin. Sam was married to Emily Wolfe (b. 1846). I believe Sam lived
to be 90 years old.

If anyone could add to the information mentioned above, I would appreciate it.

Wishing you CONTINUED SUCCESS with this web site.

Betty Anderson

 

Name: BETTYJEAN JONES <BETTY@JESUS.COM>
Date: 2006-02-23
Comments:
LIVING AT 2715WHARRISON CHICAGO.....YAHWEH THE GREAT SPIRIT ALMIGHTY GOD YAHWEH.....JESUS IS THE SON OF GOD...''THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN IS AT HAND IN JESUS NAME..AMEN..AGAIN...THE EARTH ,IS LEAVEING HERE,SLOWLY,BUT SURELY...AFTER ALL JESUS SAITH,THERE WOULD BE A NEW HEAVEN...A NEW EARTH...HUMANS,NEITHER MALE NOR FEMALE CAN ELIMAYE THE PROCESS GOING ON WITH THE ENTIRE PLANET CALLED,EARTH...TWO EXAMPLES OF MOTIONS ARE 1.GLOBAL WARMING2.CESSATION OF DIRT....HUMANS ARE POWERLESS TO STOP WHAT IS GOING ON...NO MATTER WHAT THEIR PROFFESSION OR I Q.....IS JESUS SAITH YOU CAN DO NOTHING WITHOUT ME ! ! ! ! AMEN...AGAIN.....''**JESUS IS THE WAY...***''JESUS IS THE TRUTH.....''***JESUS IS THE LIFE...**NOONE COMETH UNTO HOLY ALMIGHTY GOD UNLESS YOU FIRST GO THROUGH JESUS
 

Name: natalie <appshowhorses@pldi.net>
Date: 2005-11-09
Comments:
hensci! i am a direct decendant of william mcintosh. i am looking for more information on our dress and our clan identifiers, colors, etc. thanks, natalie
 

Name: Sherry Wilkinson <texas_history_hunter at myway.com>
Date: 2005-11-07
Comments:
I keep coming back as your site is a great place to find all the various researching tools for my Creek ancestry. Thank you for putting this together.

Sherry http://www.texashistoryhunter.com

 

Name: DEBORAH SOWELL <mycopperheads@yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-06-28
Comments:
I would like more information on the creek language, how to speak it. I would also like to know how to find out about someone who claims to be creek. His name is Timothy Lee Hendrix
 

Name: Jennifer Martino <gjfkd@Hkj.com>
Date: 2005-02-02
Comments:
t h a n k s
jenn martino

 

Name: Debbie <Dlcbaloch@wmconnect.com>
Date: 2004-12-05
Comments:
I'm looking for anyone that may have any info on the last name of Beal. I have been told that my great-grandfather was a full blooded creek indian. I do not know where he was born or the year. I have been told they come from around Oxford,Al., and move to Lanett,Al.. His two sons are bury in Lanett. Carl L. Beal(2/25/1892-7/ 1931.
Earl W. Beal(5/5/1894-6/19/1930
Bob(?) Left town cause he had a hard time because of being dark skin.
Magnolia Beal(4/8/1899-?)My grandmother went on to marry John Edwin Cline.
If there is any Beal who have anything to share please e-mail me.
thanks Debbie

 

Name: Melissa (Missy) D. Coleman <MelDyanC@direcway.com>
Date: 2004-11-20
Comments:
I am trying to find family history information on my Great Grandfather James Hardie Syphurs
 

Name: Anthony Nance <Kcnance&quot;A&quot;sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2004-11-12
Comments:
No real comment, My Grandfather was full-Blooded Creek Indian. I am starting to research one part of my genealogy.
 

Name: Marlin Hardage <GHardage@aol.com>
Date: 2004-10-30
Comments:
Researching the names Hardridge-Hardage.Will share information with other researchers of these names
 

Name: June Loretta <julyjune at infostations dot com>
Date: 2004-09-09
Comments:
...I am in a hurry to look at this site for my McIntosh/Perryman, SC, family links!
 

Name: Carrie Burkart <carrieburkart@hotmail.com>
Date: 2004-08-24
Comments:
Hi Lance,

A few days ago I requested any information you might have, in helping me connect my family’s genealogy to JB. However, I recently discovered that my great-grandparents were Indian fugitives, which escaped the Oklahoma allotment, hiding from civilization as well as any register or censes which would ship them back to the Dawes mess, which was occurring in the late 1800's. I now ask you if you know of any JB relatives, which may have taken this path to Kentucky or Indiana?
It's interesting to me now, as I am proud of my ancestor courage and capabilities to pursue such a difficult road, however, I feel powerless in tracing my Indian roots. I do remember my grandmother questioning my need to know my heritage, as it must have been difficult for her to be a Native American.

Carrie Burkart


 

Name: Carrie Burkart <carrieburkart@hotmail.com>
Date: 2004-08-21
Comments:
Dear Lance,

Hi! My name is Carrie Burkart, and I believe I am a female relative (born 1962) of Jackson Barnett. My grandmother told me the story the first time I met her in Ohio, fourteen years ago, (and now there is a book!) I've been in contact with the other helpful relatives including Tanis herself, and wondered if you would help me link my family's heritage, as it has been a bit fuzzy, due to a lack of birth records on my grandmother Emma Susan Burkart (Baker), who was born on Aug 1902, and died Mar 1996. She told me that we were connected to the Barnett, Butler-Baker linage...but the site that has the Baker genealogy is under construction and has little information concerning the Butler Baker's twelve offspring. She grew up on Big Hill, in Kentucky if that helps...however, some of my relatives in Ohio believe her mother Elizabeth maiden name was Barnett...so I'm a bit confused.

I'm a BFA student at Sonoma State University in Northern California, and plan to produce art installations with paintings, photo collage and sculptures on JB's fascinating life. My reasoning for tracing myself to JB is to gain an Indian card, for the sole purpose of becoming a legitimate Native American artist. I'd also like to obtain your and your family’s approval for such a venture, especially considering your astounding work with the family’s genealogy. Thanks for your efforts!

Sincerely,
Carrie Burkart




 

Name: rose candelario <rcb7759@yahoo.com>
Date: 2004-06-15
Comments:
i would like to know if im creek indian
 

Name: Susan Norris-Bunn <airdancr1@mail2world.com>
Date: 2004-05-11
Comments:
Hello, I am glad that you have this guestbook. I am trying to find if I am from the Creek Nation or another. I can not find the surname of Norris in among the Creeks. I was told by my relatives that I was Creek (Coushatta)
So far I have not found anything. I dearly want to find the tribe that I am from. The Norris surname has shown up as Cherokee, Choctaw or Chickasee but not
Creek. Maybe you could point me in the right direction. I know that I am
Native American and that is a start. My father's name was Robert William Benjamin Norris and my gpa was Riley Benjamin Norris. Beyond that I am not sure. Thanks in advance for your help. Sue (Butterfly) Bunn

 

Name: Marlin Hardage <GHardage@aol.com>
Date: 2004-04-18
Comments:
Enjoy this web-site,a world of information on native american heritage.
 

Name: William W. Winn <winn542@charter.net>
Date: 2004-01-16
Comments:
A great site. It has helped me to locate sources of creek records for a book I am doing on Creek removal from the Chattahoochee River Valley. I am the author of "The Old Beloved Path: Daily Life Among the Indians of the Chattahoochee River Valley," published by the Historic Chattahochee Commission in 1992. I would welcome input from anyone with family records or stories connected with removal either from the Lower or Upper Towns. Again, great page.
 

Name: Bereans4him@aol.com <Peggy Bartscher>
Date: 2004-01-12
Comments:
We just recently foung out we are Creek and not cherokee. I am anxious to use you site fo finish the geneology.We have many hours to make up.

My son is so thrilled we have indian blood, He is25 yrs old ans we can trace the Burnette sidt to scotland 1700. we get stuck in the Gills. We also have a mary Brown Burnette that we can not find. Hopw we haave good luck here
Thank you so very much for all this work. I hope to leave this to my childen as I am not in good health nor is my husband.. But God Is good. (Peggy Bartscher)

 

Name: Florence E. Taylor <etchumuckla@earthlink.net>
Date: 2003-11-19
Comments:
Looking for information on Cynthia Reed, about 1850
 

Name: Nikki Vowell <butterfly_crazy8@hotmail.com>
Date: 2003-11-10
Comments:
Hi, My name is Nikki and I have some questions for anyone who can help. See, all my life (I'm 18) I have been told that I am Creek. I was also told that my great great great great great Grandfather was Chief Broken Arrow. And as time went on and people die, My Dad is now the Chief. Well, I believe it, but there is no evidence on the computer. But my Grandpa always told me stories and I have some things that belonged to Broken Arrow. Can anyone help me find out information on my family?
 

Name: Thomas F. "T-Bird" Worthy <tfloyd814@aol.com>
Date: 2003-11-05
Comments:
Need information re: Worthy/Creek ancestors. Presently living in Phenix City,Alabama ( Kowaita Town ).
 

Name: Sharon Wilkes <Shashawilkes@aol.com>
Date: 2003-10-13
Comments:
My father always told us that his grandmother was full-blooded Creek. They were from east Georgia, now known as the area surrounding Cedartown. If you have seen any names relating to Wilkes, Charles married to Bertha (her last name unknown) in relation to Creek descendant, please e-mail me.
 

Name: Gerald McClain <gerald@brightok.net>
Date: 2003-10-11
Comments:
Looking for information, family history for Levina Smith who married Newburn McClain lived in the Hanna, Oklahoma area 1900-1930.
 

Name: ahjlkeys@earthlink.net- no junk <archie henry keys>
Date: 2003-10-10
Comments:
looking for information on my Creek Indian G-MOTHER.her son my dad was Henry Keys,her oldest of 4, was born in ok.or ark.6-22-1891.Rosie had a sister named clarissa,and bros.John and Tom Hall.They lived in Ok.City.My Dad died in 1963.I don't have the money to go into family tree,as I have great bills from heart surgery.Can you help me.In your debt,A.H.Keys
 

Name: Heather Mae Saucerman-Taylor <rugbrats1@juno.com>
Date: 2003-10-01
Comments:
I am very anxious to learn everything about my heritage. I really feel like I need that at this time of my life, hoping it will help me through.
 

Name: Warren A. Hollier, Jr. <hollierw22@comcast.net>
Date: 2003-07-04
Comments:
There are quite a number of Wm McIntosh decendants living in Detroit, MI and your site is a wonderful journey for us to take a look back at our distant ancestors. My younger sister Lana Hardin just informed me that she has gone back 29 generations so far and is still looking. Keep up the good work and maybe we can make some contributions to your page. WH
 

Name: donna manes -------- westberry <dnc79@express56.com>
Date: 2003-07-02
Comments:
hi, i been trying to find imformation on my moms dad and mom . i would like some help trying to find some . like when and why and what was there back ground like when the died and before the died. donna
 

Name: Lance Hall of CIR <lancehall at ev1 dot net>
Date: 2003-06-01
Comments:
Thanks to all,

Well, what the site lacks in style I try to make up for in content. Ha!

Please also remember to repeat any queries you put in the Guestbook to the Creek message boards previously mentioned.

Lance Hall

 

Name: HOMEBOY OWERRI ABA <HOMEBOY _OWERRI _ABA@ENUGU.COM>
Date: 2003-05-29
Comments:
I REALLY LOVE THIS SITE.
 

Name: Tracey Eaton <bfltracey@aol.com>
Date: 2003-05-20
Comments:
My father has records from our Creek Indian history and I only know a little information. I am trying to determine how much creek my two young sons are. My father has since passed away and I can't discuss his knowledge of this heritage. He has a Muscogee Nation Citizenship Board Card: Raymond H. Jordan, JR. born 10/14/34 enrolled with the muscogee tribe degree blood 1\16 roll no. 19289 date 11\10\81. I want to help my child learn of their background. Any help is greatly appreciated. My dad passed away 7/7/95.
 

Name: Billie Davis <bdavis@alsbom.org>
Date: 2003-04-30
Comments:
I am trying to find conclusive evidence that my 6 times great grandfather was Creek Indian Chief, Efau Hadjo. I have various reports from people who have traced our ancestry and this is what I have: Efau Hadjo (c. 1710 Creek Nation) also called Mad Dog. He was the father of (or, depending on the source the husband of) Big Woman. According to most reports Big Woman married tom Low (c. 1750--Alabama). They were the parents of Anny Low (c. 1790 Creek Nation). Anny Low married William Polly Miles. They had a daughter named Mary Lou Miles (7/24/1824--Alabama) Mary Lou Miles married my great great grandfather, Richard William Wingard on July 14, 1853. I want to confirm this lineage, but I really don't know how to go about it. Perhaps you can help me. Thank you in advance for whatever information you can give me.
 

Name: Frankie (Glaskox) Price <FrnFaery@aol.com>
Date: 2003-04-21
Comments:
I am trying to establish my heritage so I can register with the Nation.
I know I have paternal relatives that lived on areservation in Arkansas.
Do you have any suggestions?

 

Name: Wendy Elsey <wendyelsey@yahoo.com>
Date: 2003-04-17
Comments:
Mt Great Grandmother is Mary Elsey (married last name). She just passed away at the age of 103. I am trying to research my background and am trying to find more info on the tribe and culture of the creek indian. Please, email me anything you can. Even if you do not know our family, I am very interested in my background for my children. Thank you.
 

Name: nikki <oxkutiebootyxoataol.com>
Date: 2003-03-30
Comments:
ok... well, i heard this rumor from someone and i'm not really sure if it's true. allrighty then. i know i'm partially creek indian- not really sure how much though. my dad and i both have greenish-colored eyes with a brown line-thing through our eye. mine is on the left eye and his the right. a teacher told me that the strike in my eye was a sign of indian royalty. i don't know if it's true but if anyone has any info on this, PLEASE email me. THANK YOU!!
 

Name: Stoney Conyers <stoneyc@earthlink.net>
Date: 2003-03-27
Comments:
Great site, I,m also looking for any information on George W. Hill Chief of the Creek Nation from 1923-1928, brother of my greatgrandmother Martha Emma Hill. thank you
 

Name: cathylaz@aol.com <cathylaz>
Date: 2003-03-14
Comments:
my great grandmother was full blooded creek and my great great grandparents are buried in the bankhead national forest in double springs alabama, my mother was also born in double springs alabama all of them are dead how can i find out more information about them. please help me!
 

Name: Richard Blackman <csmoke@webound.com&quot;nojunk&quot;>
Date: 2003-02-11
Comments:
Researching genealogy Barnard/Barnett/Bigpond (Euchees)
 

Name: scott middlebrooks <scott@cottonmouths.com>
Date: 2003-02-11
Comments:
I would like to know how to trace my ancestors. I am 1/16th Creek and live and work in Muscogee Co., (Columbus, GA)
 

Name: Jacqueline Warrior <Jwarrior_99 at yahoo.com>
Date: 2003-01-14
Comments:
Thank you so much for all of your work. This site is impressive. It has been very helpful in my search for information on my family.
 

Name: GHardage@aol.com <Marlin Hardage>
Date: 2003-01-10
Comments:
Researching the names Hardage-Hardridge-Goodroe-Peebles.Any help would be appreciated.
 

Name: Bill McIntosh <bill@aol.com>
Date: 2002-12-21
Comments:
Lance, congratulations on the two year website anniversary. I am not a spokesperson for those who are seeking information into their Creek heritage, but they must, as I do, appreciate the work and effort you have shown in bringing this work to the net.

Bill

 

Name: Emmett <creekhale@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-12-04
Comments:
This is a personal thanks to you Tex for your hard work in collecting this much wanted information. I know how time consuming it is. Emmett.
 

Name: EVIE WHITLOW <MAMAWEVIE@EXCITE.COM>
Date: 2002-11-09
Comments:
MY GRANDFATHER WAS CLEVELAND SPENCER WHITLOW, SON OF DAVID B WHITLOW AND MARY HARDAGE COODY WHITLOW. I AM LOOKING FOR ANY INFORMATION ON CLEVELAND'S FOUR DAUGHTERS AND THIER DESCENDANTS. ALSO, I HAVE BEEN UNABLE TO LOCATE OR CONFIRM FINDINGS ON DAVID B'S FIRST WIFE MARY HARJO AND THE CHILDREN THAT WERE BORN FROM THAT MARRIAGE. I APPRECIATE ANYTHING THAT ANYONE MIGHT BE ABLE TO HELP WITH ON MY SEARCH. I DO HAVE SOME OF THE COODY FAMILY TREE FROM MY LOCATION OF A COUSIN FROM MARY'S FIRST MARRIAGE TO JOSEPH COODY.
 

Name: Justin Hardin <Pearod53@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-11-04
Comments:
I am trying to find out what clan I am from. Can anyone help?
 

Name: Lance Hall <lancehall@juno.com>
Date: 2002-10-17
Comments:
Ruth, are your Reeds the same Reeds listed in the 1870/1886 Creek self-emigrant rolls? I think my ancestor Hepsey was the Hepsey Reed listed on the rolls.

Email me.

Lance Hall

 

Name: Ruth Burchfield <burchfield@verizo.net>
Date: 2002-10-15
Comments:
My family has been trying to link to the Reeds/Weavers from Southern Alabama, other than the MOWA Band of Chocktaw Indians...my Grandfather was full blooded Creek Indian, one of the Cherokee Applications was his, and of course demied cause he was Creek, Poarch Band of Creel Indians will not give us their enroll. surnames so we can find a link to a Fed. Recognized Tribe...
 

Name: mugu <mugu@guyman.com>
Date: 2002-10-11
Comments:
muguoooooooooooo
 

Name: Jeanette Rushing Kennedy <garyjett @dfsi. net>
Date: 2002-09-20
Comments:
PLEASE GIVE US MORE, MORE, MORE! ThANK YOU IT'S VERY GOOD..."I THIRST FOR MORE"
 

Name: Jeanette Rushing Kennedy <garyjett @dfsi. net>
Date: 2002-09-19
Comments:
I've enjoyed my visit here so much and it's been very helpful! Thanks!
 

Name: Shane A. Bryant <Indiansurf@hotmail.com>
Date: 2002-09-17
Comments:
I'm so glad to have found this web.site .
 

Name: ray banks <april 1594_99@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-09-08
Comments:
I have been trying to find wy grand mother for years can not find her.Untill
then I can not join my tribe she was half creek. I have to link her to her father but have no birth cert to show the blood connection. The state of OK says they do not have her b cert on file and as of 7/01 will not do a delayed birth cert. This is the only part of the puzzle I need and have run out of places to look and the creek nation will not help in the least. If you can help in any way please email me or call [texas #214-215-2217] thank you.

 

Name: Lisa Little <goodyeer@bellsouth.net>
Date: 2002-08-20
Comments:
Hello:
Was directed to the site by a friend and distant relative.
Searching for info on Creek relatives in AL. with Mitchell and Golden surname.

 

Name: cojohnson at phoenixcon.net <Dixie Joe Hall Johnson>
Date: 2002-08-13
Comments:
Iam having a wonderful time looking at & reading about the Creek Indians. I am doing research into my fathers family and I have been told they were of Creek descent so everything I find is like a diamond!Thank you so much!!
Dixie Hall Johnson

 

Name: Nita Ferguson <nfergie@cwis.net>
Date: 2002-07-28
Comments:
Congratulations, Marilynn!

Your site is looking great already, and I can tell that I will spend a lot of time checking out all of the great links that you have included. Your Fisher information is already looking good, and there are a lot of us who have been waiting for a break like this on the Fisher line.

I'll have to find the surname list again and go thru it. Thanks so much for sharing your good work.

Cousin Nita in Wilburton OK

 

Name: Bart Morrison <bmorrison@comdt.uscg.mil>
Date: 2002-07-19
Comments:
Great site! Thanks for the effort.
 

Name: Peri Muhich <pmuhich_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-07-03
Comments:
Hello Lance, I enjoyed all the info I found on your site. I am trying to find information on a Creek Indian village that was in Alabama. It was called Tuxtukagi. The small town of Malone, Alabama in now on that village site. I am trying to discover when the Indians would have abandonded the village. My gr. gr. grandfather bought land there in 1835 from the US government.
 

Name: Leah Britton <cajunleah@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-06-30
Comments:
I'm researching my Creek heritage with my father who is a descendant of the Okfuskee Creeks.
 

Name: Tammy McCauley <mccauleytammy@hotmail.com>
Date: 2002-06-17
Comments:
Great web-site, lots of information. Still looking for relatives pre-dawes for dorsey fife b 1838 d 1950
 

Name: Michael Williams <milliams@qwest.net>
Date: 2002-05-22
Comments:
Wed Apr 24 2002

Great webb site. I am just begining to research my mothers family. She was born somewhere around Tulsa, Coweta or Muschogee area Oct 1907. Her mother was name Suzzy Fox. Any information you could supply me with would help.

 

Name: Tammy <mccauleytammy@hotmail.com>
Date: 2002-05-22
Comments:
Wed Apr 17 2002

I am looking for a roll number and Dorsey Fife's parents. He was born 1839 and died 1909. His dad was James/Hopehethle/Sedowa possibly his mother's name was Betsie.


 

Name: Jaybird Runningwaters <runningwatersdj@westpa.net>
Date: 2002-05-22
Comments:
Sun Apr 14 2002
 

Name: Jerry Roberts <Jerry.Roberts@Williams.com>
Date: 2002-05-22
Comments:
Fri Apr 12 2002

Excellent website.

 

Name: Patricia A. Mordes <hinson@wfeca.net>
Date: 2002-05-22
Comments:
Tue Apr 9 2002

You have a wonderful web site!!! It's the BEST I've seen anywhere, and I've seen several.

Keep up the good work!!!!

PS some advice if possible, I have an ancestor who lived with the Poarch Creek names John Hinson, and son williams Hinson, I am trying to tie this man to my family, also Hinson, both in Alabama during the same time frame. William Hinson died in the late 1800s. There the info died. Do you have any suggestions on where I could get info on this man?

Thanks Patricia

 

Name: Amy Coonhead <gebon@earthlink.net>
Date: 2002-05-22
Comments:
Sun Apr 7 2002

I thank you for building this informative site. I am searching for information on my Grandmother Lena Holuby. I have found a number of relatives but not Lena.

Thanks again, Amy

 

Name: LaDean Navarro <bootokc@aol.com>
Date: 2002-05-22
Comments:
Wed Apr 3 2002

Getting ready to check this site. I am trying to find records on my grandmother, Alice Simpson. So, now I am surfin'. Having a blast learning the history of the Creek people.

 

Name: Steven Martin <agr654@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-05-22
Comments:
Tue Mar 12 2002

I am the gggg?? grandson of Chief Red Eagle. I am trying to find out more about my ancestory. I know that he was the son of Sehoy, the creek princess. I am fascinated with my heritage and proud to see good works like this website. Good Work!

 

Name: Kellie <corn@dfn.com>
Date: 2002-05-22
Comments:
Tue Mar 5 2002

Wonderful job and you have put lots of work into this ...eeexxcellent! Thanks for sharing this all.

 

Name: Neva Mohle <kt4me@msn.com>
Date: 2002-05-22
Comments:
Tue Feb 26 2002

What a wonderful web site! If I had found it earlier, I could have spared myself from posting the questions about our Creek family; most questions are answered here. Thank you so much. Neva.

 

Name: john burchinal <burchinal@greatnorthern.net>
Date: 2002-05-22
Comments:
Fri Feb 22 2002

Great site! It's been alot of help. I'm trying to find info on my grandmothers side.

WILLIAM MADISON, JOHN MADISON, ALICE MADISON

I can't seem to find much after them on dawes card #230, I'd like to no what happened to them. Thanks JOHN B.

 

Name: Skip Howard <hskip_@HOTMAIL.COM>
Date: 2002-05-22
Comments:
Wed Feb 13 2002

Great site,thanks for your hard work!
My line is the Berryhills
I also live in Fort Worth.

 

Name: Natalie Henry <henrynat@go.com>
Date: 2002-05-22
Comments:
Mon Feb 11 2002

Thanks for the great links. I am particularly trying to research some of the spiritual practices of my Muskogee ancestors, and this providing a helpful starting point.

 

Name: Deborah Cariker <saracara@dellepro.com>
Date: 2002-05-22
Comments:
Wed Jan 30 2002

Great Site!!!

 

Name: Faith Bowman <Ms.Bowman@verizon.net>
Date: 2002-05-22
Comments:
Wed Jan 30 2002
 

Name: Sammy Taylor <sammy@creeks.org>
Date: 2002-05-22
Comments:
Tue Jan 29 2002

Great site, maybe you should have the name of it.
Looks like a lot of work went into this location.

One of the best I've seen. Sammy

 

Name: Dodie Finstead <dfinstead@setaim.com>
Date: 2002-05-22
Comments:
Thu Jan 24 2002

This is an excellent site. I am going to post it to several list.

 

Name: Ryan E Crater <rycacrater@msn.com>
Date: 2002-05-22
Comments:
Sun Jan 20 2002
 

Name: Lisa Sizemore Bullion <sizemore4@att.net>
Date: 2002-05-22
Comments:
Thu Jan 17 2002.

I am the ggg?? granddaughter of Susan Stiggins and Absolom Sizemore. I am fascinated by my family history and have read just about everything I can get my hands on about it. My daughter is doing a project on the Fort Mims massacre and her relationship to it. This website has helped a lot! Thanks :)

 

Name: Deb Bauer <ecofege2@webtv.net>
Date: 2002-05-22
Comments:
Lance,
Great web site!!

 

Name: Alison Foster Cotten <ajcotten@charter.net>
Date: 2002-05-22
Comments:
Hi Lance. I'm researching my family - from the Coweeta/Broken Arrow area. My great-grandmother was full blooded Creek - her name was Joanna Bird before she became a Foster. I notice you're from Ft. Worth...I live in Mansfield. This is a great site and if I can ever figure out the Indian names of my family, I'll be doing well. Keep up the cool stuff!
 

Name: Kali <kaliannah@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-05-22
Comments:
Great site and links. I'm researching my gmother's side - we've always thought her to be Cherokee but turns out she was Seminole - so my search begins anew :)
 

Name: Bill Linde <blinde@kscable.com>
Date: 2002-05-22
Comments:
Good Work. Glad to see that the Native American Story is beginning to unfold and let Ameerica know that Native Americans have had the troubles we face now, long before us.
 

Name: Patrick Grant <merle_77005@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-05-22
Comments:
Lance, this is the best Creek web site going. Ir really makes my day when I see that something new has been added. I have learned so much about my ancestors because you are making the information available to us all. Please keep it up!
 

Name: Jason Sawyer <mvskokee9@msn.com>
Date: 2002-05-22
Comments:
Mvto!, well done on the Mvskokee stvcates. I am out of Tvstvnvgee (Jimboy)Emarthle family. Im now trying to find Andrew Sawyer's NDN name. The Sawyer family is out of Thlopthlocco, Broken Arrow Tribal Towns. Im stuck between 1813 and 1860s. It could be from Emathla, Sawanokee, Yahola, Harjo. I don't know, I need your assistance.
 

Name: JAYBIRD RUNNINGWATERS <runningwatersdj@westpa.net>
Date: 2002-05-08
Comments:
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THIS SITE. OUR SEARCH CONTINUES FOR OUR GREAT GREAT GRAND MOTHER SUSAN. SHE MARRIED ALLEN BROOKS IN 1801 IN CLAY COUNTY ALABAMA. I KNOW IT IS NOT MUCH TO GO ON , BUT THAT IS REALLY ALL WE HAVE. ANY INFORMATION WOULD BE HELPFUL.
THANKS,
JAYBIRD