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Charley Moore Brown "...Freedman citizen of the Choctaw Tribe, quarter blood Choctaw Indian and three quarter negro. I was born in what was called Gaines County" Note: may not show text in Netscape
Robert Anderson Welch "...she stopped at a stage station that was located close to where the town of Red Oak is now located."
Lee Ary "Later they moved to Indian Territory in the country now known as Latimer County."
Jack Campbell "...moved from Alabama to the Choctaw Nation in what is now Latimer County." Note: may not show text in Netscape
J. Robert Pickle "My parents came to the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory..."
Lemuel Ervin Lucas "...moved into the country that is now Latimer County on the banks of Fouchmoline Creek, long before the town of Wilburton was started."
Sam L. Riddle "My father was County and Probate Judge of the Choctaw Nation. He served at this for four years. This county was called Gains County in those days."
Richard Nelson "When I was a boy Father traded at Wilburton..."
Montie S. Davis Page "... he is buried over at Red Oak, Oklahoma."
Josephine Usray Latimer "...he came for her and took her and the children down to Kiamichi."
This page was last updated on 02/02/11
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