I am doing research on the Adair family. Have researched back to
circa 1400. I am willing to share information. Also do Cherokee Indian
research in general, and have many lines from the Adair County,
Ann Maloney firstname.lastname@example.org
BATEMAN BACON EATON FAGER
I would like to find information about my great great grandparents and
their families. I have the following information about them given to me
by relatives. I am also told to look for a book that supposedly has a
wealth of information...my brother says it is a black book about Adair
County. I honestly think he said the name included the words "black
book". Does this sound familiar at all? Here is the information as my
brother gave it to me: Couple came to Indian Territory and settled in
the Chalk Bluff Community of Adair County in 1911 and 1912. He was
known in Stilwell and Adair County as "Uncle Andy". He died 19 Jan
1934. Mary Francis (BACON) BATEMAN died 16 Dec 1924 and is buried in
Stilwell Cemetery. "Uncle Andy" was b. 6 Feb 1853 in Lee Township,
Crawford County, Ark; m. 24 Jul 1873 in Washington County, Ark., d. 19
Jan 1934 in Stilwell, Adair, OK. Bateman Cemetery. Notes: Postmaster
and County Commission. As a young man he was known throughout the
territory as a sprinter. Seldom was he equaled. This brought him
recognition and respect assisting him in becoming successful in the
Griss and Meal Mills, buying and selling lumber and cotton also with a
local grocery store in
Evansville where he met and married Mary Frances BACON. In 1879 he
moved with his five sons and three daughters then opened a grocery
store in the Indian Territory, Cherokee Nation, Stilwell (OK). Had one
of two homes in that town with a sidewalk. There he became the
township's first treasurer because of his strong principles. County
commissioner 1911-1912. Known throughout Adair County as "Uncle Andy".
Had ten children. John Henry BATEMAN m. Mona Olive EATON, Mark BATEMAN
m. Martha, Walter BATEMAN m. Bill
FAGER. James' dad was big on education opened Bateman School in
Evansville which has been incorporated into Cedarville School District.
1910 census of Stilwell Township, Adair, OK has a 57 year old Andy
BATEMAN owning a grocery store. Says he was born in Arkansas. Father b.
NJ mother b. in TN. Any help is greatly appreciated.
Paula Stout email@example.com
My geat-grandfather, John Calvin BREWER settled in the Honey Hill area
in 1897. He died there in 1923 and is buried in the Honey Hill
Cemetery, once known as Allison Cemetery. He was a Confederate soldier
from Tennessee during the Civil War. Thank you.
Tom Brewer firstname.lastname@example.org
BROWN CAMPBELL WOODALL
I am trying to find out something about my g-grandfather's ancestors
from Adair County. His name was Frank BROWN b. August 12, 1858, in
Goingsnake District and died March 15, 1943, in Narcissa, OK. He
married Nancy Isabelle CAMPBELL in approx. 1883. In his Dawes
application he states that his Mother's name was Marguerite WOODALL and
his father was William BROWN. He says his Mother was a half breed and
his dad was white. The Dawes Roll lists eight children - George (my
grandfather), Mary M., Tennessee B., Fannie A., Frederick F., Nancy I.,
Robert E.L., and Ruth May. They were born between 1886 and 1904. The
1910 census shows that they had moved to Narcissa, OK by that time.
Does anyone have anything that could be of help finding out about
Marguerite and William BROWN? I am relatively new to genealogy and live
in a very remote area of Wyoming so I don't have a lot of resources
available to me.
I am interested in information concerning the BUNCH family and the town of Bunch in Adair County.
Frances Bunch email@example.com
John CATON (white man) b. NC, M. an indian, Clementine, b. NC. They had
a daughter Mary M. CATON b. abt 1841 in NC. I believe John CATON has
descendants that lived in Adair County. In 1860, Mary M. CATON m. John
SMITH in Lincoln Co., TN. Do you have any information on the CATON'S or
Jim Cunningham Jim-Cham@ix.netcom.com
COLLINS WALKER RUNION THURBER
My husbands parents were married in Stillwell in 1931. Their names were
Fay COLLINS and Voysie WALKER. Voysie WALKER was born in Stillwell in
1912. I believe all their children were born in Stillwell too. They are
Ruby Fay, Russell Dean, and Bernard Ray COLLINS. Fay COLLINS' parents
were James Henry COLLINS b abt 1879 and Eva Mattie RUNION b abt 1884.
Voysie WALKER's parents were William Thomas WALKER b abt 1875 and
Maggie M.THURBER b abt 1875. My side of the family came from Oklahoma,
I am still researching them. I would be interested in any information
you can give in regards to the
COLLINS, RUNION, WALKER and THURBER families. Thank you in
Lee Ann Collins
COOPER SYNARD KING ENGLAND WARD STILL GOODWIN
My husband's gggrandfather was Cornelius COOPER, b. in Ga., d. in Rusk
County, Texas. Cornelius' father was Benjamin COOPER, b. in Granville
County, NC., d 1852 in Indian Territory (Adair County area). Widower
Benjamin had married about 1810 Pretty Girl a Cherokee woman and in
early 1830's immigrated to Cherokee Nation West. "The History of Adair
County Including Flint and Goingsnake Districts" lists daughters: Mary
m. Thompson SYNARD, Nancy m. Richard W. KING, Sabra m. Joseph ENGLAND,
Sarah or Sally m. Martin WARD, Elizabeth m. Cook STILL, Catherine m.
John GOODWIN. We would like to correspond with any descendants so we
can update records on that branch of the family.
Pat Reece PatReece@aol.com
CRAIG RECTOR HASTINGS ROBISON
Seeking information on my ggrandparents, Basel Davis CRAIG, b. 26 Jun
1853, in Illinois, d. 5 Nov 1929 in Westville; and Mary Angeline
(RECTOR) CRAIG, b. 27 Jul 1855 in Mo., d. 9 Sep 1944 in Pryor. Both are
buried in the Old Missionary Cemetery. My grandmother Rosalie CRAIG
married a HASTINGS, possibly Joe, before she married my grandfather
Sanford ROBISON. Any information will be greatly appreciated.
Cecil L. Robison firstname.lastname@example.org
I am certain that Bluford ELMORE lived in Westville, OK. He was my
gggrandmothers brother. He was b. in Arkansas, possibly Jasper. His
parents were Allen and Milla ELMORE. They were both born in Kentucky,
moved to Arkansas, then to Oklahoma. Sisters and brothers are Sarah (my
gggrandmother) m. Pleas MacDonald TAYLOR, Olie, Lothie, Frazier and
William. That is all the information I have. Any other information
would be great.
Bill Taylor email@example.com
In 1900 my great-grandparents were in Flint Township, Indian Territory.
I checked on a map and that part of Indian Territory is now Adair
County. Their names were Henry & Louella FRYE, their children were
Benton, Mattie, Mary, John. In 1890 Henry was still in Yell County, Ar.
I found an adoption record where he allowed a Robert SPENCER to adopt
his four month old daughter, Essie Ollie FRYE, because his first wife
Fannie had died. In 1909 Henry died adn Louella died in 1912. In 1900
all of Henry's family had left Ar. I believe that Henry and Louella
were married in I.T., however, I've not been able to find a marriage
license for them. Their first child Benton was born in July 1894. I
would really appreicate any help. According to one of my great-aunts,
Essie, the child that was adopted by Robert SPENCER came when Henry
died in 1909, so I know she had to be in the area also.
Connie M. Daniels-Sartin firstname.lastname@example.org
GORDON ELLIOTT COCHRAN YOUNG DAUGHERTY CASTEEL MORGAN
My husbands grandfather was James Lafayette GORDON who was from
Stilwell, as were his father and grandfather. Our Adair County surnames
would be: GORDON, ELLIOTT, COCHRAN, YOUNG, DAUGHERTY, CASTEEL, MORGAN.
The COCHRAN YOUNG AND DAUGHERTY lines were Cherokee Indian, they came BEFORE the Trail of Tears.
If you know anyone else researching these lines PLEASE let me know!
HALL TAYLOR BELL WILLIAMS
Looking for info on Rosalie HALL b. 1881 OK. and John James TAYLOR b.
1871 MS. married June 8, 1897 in Bunch, IT. Adair County Rosalie's
mother was Mollie HALL BELL Married a BELL after Rosalies fathers
death. Unknown first name on either. John James's parents were Ambres
TAYLOR b. Tuscaloosa co. Al. mother was Mary Francis Elizabeth WILLIAMS
( aka. Elizabeth )b. 1837 d. 1921 in Sallisaw, Sequoyah, OK.
Sharon Taylor Cubberly email@example.com
HARRISON COOK ALLEN
Robert Austin HARRISON b. ca. 1848 in Mo. m. Christian Perlina COOK b.
28 Jul 1883 in TN, daughter of Lafayette and Sarah Elizabeth (ALLEN)
COOK. Theri children were: Theodore R. HARRISON, Ruth HARRISON, and
Austin W. HARRISON. Theodore was born in Ark., and Ruth and Austin in
MO. This family is listed on the 1920 census for Adair County, OK.
Christian Perlina's brother James Monroe COOK also lived in Adair
County. Any information would be appreciated.
Donna Merrill firstname.lastname@example.org
Jackson STILWELL is my ggggrandfather. Jackson had at least one
daughter named Hannah who married my gggrandfather, Sylvester MAGINITY.
I am looking to find Sylvester MAGINITY's parents. Hannah and Sylvester
were married in Shelbyville, IN on 08 Dec 1864. Looking for pictures or
Barry Maginity email@example.com
Searching for KELLER and SPENCER families. The KELLER family was in
Drumright, OK around 1900. In particular I am looking for J. Wesley
KELLER married to Florence E. They had 9 children: Lenerd, Homer, May,
Lowas, Jessee, Wesley, Luther, Albert and Ester. Ester is my
grandmother. She was born in Drumright. Her parents were born in
Tennessee. Any information would be helpful. Ester KELLER married James
Voyle SPENCER and they lived in Stilwell, Adair, OK.
Laura Nevitt firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking for (and willing to share) information on the LEATHERWOOD
family of Stilwell. My group moved there in the 1890's and some may
still be there. If you've got a LEATHERWOOD connection, I'd love to
hear from you.
Blair Leatherwood email@example.com
LIVERS LONG BENGE
John LIVERS, son of Chulio LIVERS, was listed in the 1910 Adair County,
OK., census age 29 with his wife Rebecca LONG age 35, a son John, age
2, and Rebecca's children by a previous marriage, Pearl BENGE, age 17
and William BENGE, age 15. I'm looking for John LIVER's burial place.
Rebecca is buried in Augusta, Kansas, but John isn't there. Is anyone
else researching this family?
Are you related to Sadie E. LOE? Sadie lived in Stilwell, Adair County, OK, and is 116 Cherokee.
Joy Goade firstname.lastname@example.org
I am researching the surname MANAR. David MANAR and his wife Jessee
(LINDSEY) MANAR resided in Adair County. Their son Walter Jefferson
MANAR, was enrolled into the Cherokee Nation in 1906, the family then
were living in Westville, Indian Territory. Who was this family and
what happened to them? Were they related to the MANAR's who resided in
Cherokee County, KS? Any help appreciated.
Nora Hiatt Norahiatt@Sprintmail.com
MORRIS TURNER CALLOWAY
I am researching the MORRIS family which was originally headed by
Gideon Franklin MORRIS and his Cherokee Indian wife, Rebecca. They
lived in Cherokee Co., NC before they migrated to Indian Territory in
1867. I am particularly interested in finding descendants and
information about their son, John Calhoun MORRIS. I believe his wife
was named Evaline TURNER, daughter of Felix TURNER and Fanny CALLOWAY
who were originally of Greenville and later Pickens Co., SC. Evaline
TURNER was a twin of Meca Caroline TURNER. Evaline and John Calhoun
MORRIS married before 1850 and were living in Cherokee Co., NC when the
census was taken. John and Evaline both are believed to have died about
18651866. Their children moved to Indian Territory with the
grandparents and left many descendants, there, who were on the Guion
Miller Rolls. Would love to make contact with anyone researching this
Gail R. Blancett, Aiken, SC, email@example.com
NEWBERRY HARPER MILLS
Hannah E. NEWBERRY b. Ark. moved to Christian County, MO, then her
descendents to Stilwell, Adair, OK. In 1910 there were family members
there. Hannah NEWBERRY m. Haywood HARPER. My grandmother Sarah F.
(HARPER) MILLS said before she died that her grandfather was full blood
Cherokee Indian. She told all kinds of stories to back up her statement.
J. Rusty JRustygal@aol.com
I am Richard PADEN and my e-mail address is: firstname.lastname@example.org. I
was born and raised in Adair County, Oklahoma. I currently doing
research about the people I grew up with and I would like to have my
name and e-mail address placed on your list of researchers. Thank you.
Richard Paden email@example.com
I would like to hear from anyone who is researching the PARRIS families
that came to Indian Territory beginning as early as 1830 and lived in
Adair County. Thank you.
Beverly Hintergardt firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking for information on the family of Robert Dean RIGHTSELL, b. in
Westville, Adair County, on 10 Jul 1910. Morther's name was Ethel
RIGHTSELL, and father's name was probably Robert RIGHTSELL. At least
one ancestor was a Cherokee.
Bob Rightsell email@example.com
I am looking for information regarding the RYAN family from Proctor,
Adair, OK. John RYAN b. 1871 m. Becky Elizabeth ADAMS b. 28 Mar 1894.
Becky was John's second wife and my great grandmother. John is on the
rolls as 14 Cherokee. For some reason a grandson from John's first
marriage claims there were no children from his second marriage though
existence of my grandmother and her three siblings would prove
otherwise. I am new to the genealogy biz so any information or
suggestions are greatly appreciated.
Chris Rohr firstname.lastname@example.org
SIXKILLER DUN-NEE-WOSE GRANT
I am researching the SixkillerDun-Nee-WoseGrant families from Baptist, Watts, Green, Stilwell, Adair County, Oklahoma.
Nita Justice, Tenkiller Lake, Oklahoma
Looking for information on Ruth RAWLINS nee SIXKILLER, of Goingsnake
District, Indian Territory. Now Adair County. She lived around
Westville, Watts, and Ballard,
I.T., 1900's. Ruth was my grandmother and I'm trying to find out from
where she came and something about her family.
Johnnie J. Sixkiller email@example.com
SIXKILLER WALKER BUSHYHEAD BLACKFOX LEE FROG SWAKE SCROGGINS RUSHING VANN CHRISTIE RUSSELL
Seeking information on Johnnie WALKER, Jr., b. ca 1843-47. Civil War
Union Vet, Kansas 3rd Regt. Company - Indian Home Guards. Insame
Company with Redbird
SIXKILLER, Frog SIXKILLER, Soldier SIXKILLER, and Abraham SIXKILLER.
Goingsnake, Indian Territory, now Adair County, possibly before Civil
War. 1937 WPA interview, James P. RUSSELL stated: "Among the old-timers
who lived in this community were Frog
SIXKILLER, Johnnie WALKER. Wash LEE, Tom SWAKE, Wilson BUSHYHEAD, Smith
BUSHYHEAD, John BLACKFOX and Soldier SIXKILLER. These men always helped
the RUSSELL family harvest. 1937 WPA interview, Wash LEE, res.
Westville near Baptist Mission, Cherokee Lawman stated: "Some of the
men who worked with the threshing of grain were Smith Wilson
BUSHYHEAD, Frog and Soldier SIXKILLER, John BLACKFOX, Tom SWAKE and
Johnnie WALKER.". 1894 Dawes Application of Muzetta Bell (SCROGGINS)
RUSHING relating to Johnnine WALKER, Jr., and Sr. show affidavits
signed by 1894 residents of Carroll County, Ark., W. W. GENTRY and
Nancy D. WILSON 1894 Sequoyah District, Muldrow, Indian Territory,
George W. VANN; Tahlequah District, Cherokee Nation, Watt CHRISTIE (Ned
Vangee Brigham firstname.lastname@example.org
My ggg grandfather was Soldier SIXKILLER, his son was Abraham
SIXKILLER. Abraham's son was Lincoln
SIXKILLER. Lincoln's son (my father) was Emory SIXKILLER. I'm trying to
find Ballard, OK. I think Soldier was one of the emigrants from Ga.
along with his brothers and his parents. Anything you could pass my way
would be appreciated.
Johnnie J. Sixkiller email@example.com
My mother, Geraldine WELCH, was born in Adair County in 1915. She was
the daughter of Thomas Reese WELCH and Martha BROWN, both of whom are
on the Dawes Rolls. My grandparents lived in the Chance Community in
the early 1900's and are buried in the New Hope Cemetery. Am willing to
share information and help you with your Cherokee Genealogy.
Please visit my home page at http:www.powersource.comcousins.
Martha Redus RVRD23A@prodigy.com
Rosanna WEST my great, great , great grandmother was born in the
Cherokee Nation East in Tennessee. Place unknown. Her father was Jacob
WEST and her mother was Sallie HARLAN (HARLIN), who was at least 12
Cherokee. Jacob's father was possibly Levi WEST born circa 1732. I have
information obtained from a will that I got from the LDS Family History
Center. Does anyone have a copy of this will? Do you know if Jacob was
indeed one of Levi's children. Who was Levi married to? Will share any
information that you like. Rosanna married W. D. Nelson Rogers, son of
Chief John Rogers, the last chief of the Old Settlers, circa 1842 in
the Cherokee Nation West. Apparently she migrated to the Cherokee
Nation with her parents as part of the pro-treaty, or Old Settlers
movement. She and W. D. Nelson lived in Arkansas part of the CNW, but
later moved to the Oklahoma part of the CNW. Any help on the West
family is greatly appreciated.
Ann Maloney firstname.lastname@example.org
I am doing research on the WILLIAMS and WEST Families of Adair County. Sidwell Heron
(H.T.) WILLIAMS is my gggrandfather.
Larry McCoy email@example.com
I am doing research on the WOODALL family. Would like information pertaining to the WOODALL family in the Westville area.