Chapter 3 – The Sixkiller Family June 2009

Compiled by Joe Scraper Jr.

 

This attempt to share and preserve our family history is an ongoing project. These family lines may contain errors and certainly contain omissions. They are intended to be used as a starting point and as a guide to help lead you down the various paths of our family lines. While I have worked for countless hours trying to ‘get my facts straight’, accuracy cannot be guaranteed in every instance. In many cases you will note that “details excluded” follows the name of a family member, meaning that birth dates and other information has been removed from living individuals. Corrections, updates, and comments are very welcome.  Please feel free to email me (Joe Scraper Jr.) at: jscraperfamily@yahoo.com   And please include the name Sixkiller in the subject line.

 

 

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Generation One

 

1.  Sixkiller1 , b. in Cherokee Nation East, (son of Oo-ka-wor-dar and Wah-le-yah) d. 10 Oct 1856.  Cherokee name was U-li-s-ka-s-di, also written U-li-aga-sti, Ool-skah-sut-ty & U-scos-ta.  He was also known by the name Rufas Sixkiller and Old Soldier.

       When The Sixkiller was living at Oostanaula, his nephew, John Gutseysdi, was attending Spring Place Mission.  The records show John was a son of Dunawee (Bullfrog?) and Tsikisk.  John's grandfathers who visited the mission were Chiquaki of Hightower and Enoli (Blackfox).  John entered the mission on Aug 18, 1805 at age ten and departed on April 30, 1811.  Sixkiller and Enoli arrived together on more than one occasion to visit John.  (Moravian Springplace Mission by Rowena McClinton)

       Ya-tsoo is listed as a daughter of Six Killer in the Brainerd Journal page 423 by Joyce and Paul Phillips.  It further states that she was ten years old while attending school at Brainerd Mission, learning her letters, full Cherokee, and a wild creature just from the woods.  Possibly this is Susie Sixkiller who later married Yellowhammer, or possibly Ya-tsoo was another daughter who died young or otherwise passed from the record books somehow.

       In 1813 Sixkiller was living at Broom's Town in Chatoogi District, Cherokee Nation East.  In 1838 he resided in Island Town at the Chatoogee River, and while living here he and his family were rounded up and confined by U.S. troops under the command of Gen. Winfield Scott.  His brother Salawee, who lived about a mile away, was also captured at the same time.  Sixkiller's brother-in-law, Smoke Smith lived about 1/4 mile from him, and his son, Cricket Sixkiller lived about 1 mile away.

         The Six Killer sold his property at Natchee Creek (where he resided) to Joseph M. McMinn, 1818.

    Land Grant from Treaty of Feb 1819 -

    I have Surveyed for the Six Killer 640 acres of land on burning town creek.  Beg(inning) at an ash on the North side of the creek then South West corner, thence North 320 poles to a stake, thence East 320 poles to a stake and white oak, crossing the creek thence South 320 poles to a stake, thence west  320 poles to the Beginning.

    Surveyed 29th Sept 1820 including his improvement and house in the center.

    Jonathan Blithe     )

    Gidian F. Morris    )   S.C.C.              Robert Armstrong      Surveyor

   

       Six Killer of Georgia, to be paid $328.50, upon arrival in the Cherokee country west of the Mississippi, having emigrated under the treaty with the Cherokee Nation of December 29th 1835.

       Upon arriving in the west with Colston's detachment, Sixkiller settled near what would become Baptist Mission in Goingsnake District.  Many of his children lived nearby.  He was elected Councilor representing Goingsnake district, 1843, 1845, 1847, 1849, 1851, & 1853.

       Sixkiller was President of the Going Snake District Temperance Society in 1844.  Vice President was Too-na-ye Saunders, and C.B. Bushyhead was Secretary. (Cherokee Messenger, Sept 1st 1844)

       Sallie Walker's Widow Claim #493-138 - Soldier & Abraham Sixkiller give sworn statement that prior to Sallie's marriage to John Walker, she had been married to Chicasaw Sixkiller, who died on Oct 10th 1856.

       Katie Sixkiller Pension Claim #626-025 - Sallie Walker states that she is 84 years old and that she knew Soldier & Katie (Hair) Sixkiller ever since they were children.  Also that Soldier Sixkiller was her son-in-law.

       There is a question as to whether Gu-er-tsa Smith was the mother of all of Sixkiller's children.  Abraham Sixkiller states in his Guion Miller application that some of his uncles were half brothers to his father, Soldier Sixkiller.  He goes on to say that his father's mother was Katy, but he may have misspoken, as his father's wife was named Katy.

       An 1842 claim seems to indicate that Nancy was the mother of Cricket, Redbird, and Tail SixKiller.  The three are listed as children and heirs of Nancy with their father, Sixkiller, giving testimony.  Unless Nancy and Gu-er-tsa Smith were the same person, Sixkiller must have had children by at least two wives.  Of note on this subject, Sixkiller's last wife, Sallie, does not seem to indicate that any of the children were hers, but she does refer to Soldier Sixkiller as her son-in-law.

 

    He married (1) Gu-er-tsa Smith, b. in Cherokee Nation East, (Georgia), (daughter of Cabin Smith and Jennie __________). The name Gu-er-tsa or Quatsey, Quaitie, and various other spellings and variations in pronunciation, is the Cherokee version of Betsey.

    Gu-er-tsa appears to have died before 1851, as shown by the fact that Sixkiller's second wife Sallie is listed on the 1851 Drennan roll with his household (#208 Goingsnake District).

                    Children:

         2.     i.    Blackhaw2 Sixkiller.

         3.     ii.   Delaware Sixkiller.

                 iii.   Susan Sixkiller, d. 26 Jan 1873.  Cherokee name was Su-sa-nie  Su-dul-de-he.

                    She married Yellowhammer.  Yellowhammer lived in the Chattooga Valley, Cherokee Nation East.  He came west in Benge's Detachment and lived on Fourteen Mile Creek.

         4.     iv.  Cricket Sixkiller b. ABT 1806.

         5.     v.   Redbird Sixkiller b. 1 Jul 1807.

         6.     vi.  Anderson 'Peach-Eater' Sixkiller b. 1816.

         7.     vii.  Lucinda Sixkiller b. ABT 1817.

         8.     viii. Frog Sixkiller b. 1827.

         9.     ix.  Soldier Sixkiller b. ABT 1829.

         10.    x.   Tail Sixkiller b. ABT 1830.

 

    He married (2) BEF 1851, Sallie __________, b. ABT 1807 in Cherokee Nation East, (daughter of Dah-kee) buried in Lacie Cemetery, Goingsnake District, I. T., d. 10 Sep 1897 in Cherokee Nation, I. T.

 

Generation Two

 

2.  Blackhaw2 Sixkiller, (Sixkiller1) d. 28 Nov 1875.  Cherokee name was Ka-ni-gu  Su-da-la-di-hi.  Blueford Sixkiller lists his father's name as Blackhawk Sixkiller on his Miller app.  Other sources show the name as Blackhaw.  As I understand it, black haw and redhaw grew in thickets in the areas where the Cherokee lived in the early days.

       He married Diana 'Da-ye-ni', (daughter of U-yer-s-gi and Gu-da-yi) d. 1881.

                    Children:

         11.    i.    Bluford3 Sixkiller b. 1851.

                 ii.   William Sixkiller, d. BEF 1906.  Cherokee name is Wi-li.

                 iii.   Go-tah-ne Sixkiller, b. 1850, d. 1877.

 

3.  Delaware2 Sixkiller, (Sixkiller1) b. in Cherokee Nation East, d. 14 Jul 1864 at his home in Cherokee Nation West.  Cherokee name was Ay-qun-kee or Ah-quan-kee (Ah-won-gi), another Cherokee name for Delaware was  Ah-wa-quo-nu-gi  Aquan-tee.

    From Chronicles of Oklahoma page 48, Memories of George Mayes: The horror and cruelty of the conflict (Civil War) was forcefully imprinted upon him early in the war when he was present during the revolting murder of Delaware Six Killer, a Cherokee who was bushwhacked because he didn't want to go to war.   "They shot him down," Uncle George recalled, "They whooped in front of his house and as he ran out the back door they ambushed him there although he got one of them first.  I was just a boy then and visiting over at their place.  His children and I ran to his body.  I'll never forget how they acted.  They didn't cry and neither did their mother.  They just stood there stunned.  I finally told them we had to do something.  I got a nigger to help me carry him in and bury him in a box."

 

    He married Jennie Walker, b. in Cherokee  Nation  East, (daughter of Walker and Annie) d. 12 Dec 1889 in Tahlequah, I.T.  Jennie: Cherokee name was Chin-ni-eh or Chee-nah-yee.

                    Children:

         12.    i.    Lydia Victoria3 Sixkiller b. 22 Jan 1858.

                 ii.   Taylor Sixkiller, d. 29 May 1876.

                 iii.   Elizabeth Sixkiller.  She married ______ Bennett.  Lizzie's husband may have been Phillip Bennett, who married Arlie Crittenden (daughter of Andy Crittenden) after her death.

         13.    iv.  Julia A. Sixkiller b. ABT 1865.

 

4.  Cricket2 Sixkiller, (Sixkiller1) b. ABT 1806 in Cherokee Nation East, Georgia, d. 20 Sep 1862 in Baxter Springs, KS , during the Civil War.  Cricket lived at Island Town, Chattooga River, close to his father and his uncle (Smoke Smith).

    Came west in Daniel Colston's detachment with his wife Deborah on the Trail of Tears.  Cricket and Debby had been married less than a month when they began their journey west on the Trail of Tears.  Their detachment started out on August 28th 1838 under the direction of Hair Conrad, but Assistant Conductor Daniel Colston took over in leading the group west.

    Elected councilor of the Cherokee Nation representing Goingsnake district 1859-60.

    Cherokee name was Ta-lah-toh  Su-dul-de-he.

    Emmet Starr indicates that Cricket may have also went by the name Johnson Sixkiller.  Within the Dawes testimony of David Harris, (who married Cricket's daughter, Susan) he states that Cricket also went by the name Johnson Sixkiller.

   He married (1) 1 Aug 1838 in Old Cherokee Nation, Georgia by Rev Chamberlain, Deborah Whaley, b. ABT 1823 in Georgia, (daughter of Samuel Whaley and Mariah Kelley) d. ABT 1890.

                    Children:

         14.    i.    Jacob3 Sixkiller.

                 ii.   Nancy Sixkiller, b. 15 Jun 1852, d. ABT 1868.

         15.    iii.   Jennie Sixkiller b. 30 Mar 1854.

         16.    iv.  John 'Jonas' Sixkiller b. 17 Dec 1855.

         17.    v.   Lucinda R. Sixkiller b. 12 Mar 1853.

         18.    vi.  Susie Sixkiller b. 1 Apr 1859.

         19.    vii.  James Sixkiller b. 22 Dec 1857.

       He married (2) Elizabeth Foreman, b. 7 Mar 1825, (daughter of Thomas Foreman Sr. and Susannah Fields) buried in Sixkiller Cemetery near Locust Grove, Okla, d. 30 Oct 1898.

                    Children:

         20.    viii. Eliza Jane Sixkiller b. 8 Apr 1851.

 

5.  Redbird2 Sixkiller, (Sixkiller1) b. 1 Jul 1807 in Cherokee Nation East, buried in Sixkiller Cemetery near Locust Grove, Okla.    Military: Union Army, Lieutenant, Troup L, 3rd Indian Home Guard.   d. 28 Oct 1898 in Locust Grove.  Cherokee name was Tah-chu-wha  Su-dul-de-he.

    Redbird came over the Trail of Tears in the Daniel Colston detachment.

    He became Judge of Saline District on June 6, 1872, and on the succeeding November was promoted to the Supreme Bench of the State.

    October 29th, 1866, Redbird was appointed by Chief W. P. Ross to a committee authorized to conclude an agreement with the Union Pacific Railroad Company southern branch for the construction of a railroad that would pass through Cherokee lands. (A Political History of the Cherokee Nation, 1838-1907- pg 212 by Morris L. Wardell).

   

               Claim filed by Red Bird Sixkiller for Civil War losses:

    1 mule bay - captured on Prairie          1863 was the time     $125

    Five head of horses                   Rebs"                                325

    Three hundred head hogs              ""                                600

    One hundred head cattle                ""                              1000

    Twenty sheep                                 ""                                  40

    Two side saddles                           ""                                  50

    Two hundred - silver                      ""                                 200

    Grain in the fields   20 ac. corn      ""                                400

    "     "     "      "      15  "  wheat    ""                                150

    "     "     "      "      15  "   oats      ""                               150

    Sale 20 bu.               2.50                                                            50

    Bacon  800 lb.            .10                                                            80

    House Hold & Kitchen F.                                                            100

    8000 rails                80

    19 bu. corn              19

    Witnesses: Tyler Foreman & Sally Foreman

 

       The above claim indicates a high level of activity of troop movement in the Goingsnake District and is just one example of how the Cherokee suffered from the effects of the war.  Redbird's place was east of present day Westville, Okla at this time (he later moved to Locust Grove).  Besides losing his crops & livestock to the bushwhackers, they also killed his wife Permelia and infant son in her arms as she tried to protect her children and the farm.

       The Westville Brick Factory was located on the old Redbird Sixkiller homestead.  The Buffington Hotel and other buildings in and around Westville were built using the Westville brick.

 

       He married (1) ABT 1838 in Cherokee Nation East, Permelia Whaley, b. 22 Mar 1810 in Cherokee Nation East, (daughter of Samuel Whaley and Mariah Kelley) buried in Baptist Mission Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 30 Jul 1863 in Goingsnake District, I. T.

                    Children:

                 i.    Dewey3 Sixkiller, b. ABT 1838 in Cherokee Nation East, buried in Trail of Tears, d. 1838 - 1839 in Trail of Tears.

         21.    ii.   Sam Sixkiller b. 25 Nov 1842.

         22.    iii.   Mary M. Sixkiller b. 13 Feb 1845.

         23.    iv.  Rachel Jane Sixkiller b. 15 Apr 1848.

         24.    v.   Lucas ' Luke' Sixkiller b. 22 Oct 1851.

         25.    vi.  Caroline 'Carrie' Elizabeth Sixkiller b. 8 May 1853.

         26.    vii.  Martin (John Martin) Sixkiller b. 11 May 1856.

         27.    viii. Henry R. Sixkiller b. 24 Feb 1858.

                 ix.  William Green Sixkiller, b. 13 Oct 1861 in Indian Territory, d. 30 Jul 1863 in Indian Territory.

       He married (2) ABT 1866, Nannie Foreman, b. 22 Mar 1831, (daughter of Samuel Foreman and Sallie Rattlinggourd) buried in Locust Grove City Cemetery, Locust Grove, Okla.

                    Children:

         28.    x.   Joseph Sixkiller b. 15 Sep 1869.

       He married (3) NOV 1872, Elizabeth Foreman, b. 7 Mar 1825, (daughter of Thomas Foreman Sr. and Susannah Fields) buried in Sixkiller Cemetery near Locust Grove, Okla, d. 30 Oct 1898.

                    Children:

         29.    xi.  Elizabeth "Betsy" Sixkiller b. Jan 1874.

 

6.  Anderson 'Peach-Eater'2 Sixkiller, (Sixkiller1) b. 1816 in Cherokee Nation East, d. 29 Aug 1893 in Cherokee Nation.  Peach-Eater was elected Councilor of Goingsnake District in 1879.  Cherokee name was Cha-ah-wah.

 

       He married (1) AFT 1840, Sallie Rattlinggourd, b. 30 Sep 1810 in Cherokee Nation East, (daughter of The Rattling Gourd (Rattlinggourd Conrad) and Mary "Polly" Toney) buried in Reese Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 21 Jan 1899.

                    Children:

                 i.    Cha-ah-wah-yhee-gah3 Sixkiller.

       He married (2) ABT 1849, Ansequanah Sweetwater, b. in Cherokee Nation East, (daughter of Sweetwater) d. ABT 1852 in Cherokee Nation.

                    Children:

                 ii.   Delilah Sixkiller, b. 1849 in Cherokee Nation.  Delilah was living at Oolagah, Cooweescoowee District in 1900.  She married 19 Nov 1889, Joseph Bushyhead, b. 24 Jul 1849, d. 8 Jan 1892.

                 iii.   Nellie Sixkiller, d. in childhood.

                 iv.  Quaitie Sixkiller, d. in childhood.

                 v.   Son Sixkiller, d. in childhood.

 

7.  Lucinda2 Sixkiller, (Sixkiller1) b. ABT 1817 in Cherokee Nation East.  Cherokee name was Chu-con-nee (Chu-con-ner).  She married Samuel Cloud, b. ABT 1810.

                    Children:

         30.    i.    Samuel3 Cloud b. ABT 1833.

         31.    ii.   Julia Cloud b. DEC 1843.

 

8.  Frog2 Sixkiller, (Sixkiller1) b. 1827 in Cherokee Nation East, (Present day Georgia), buried in Ross-Mayes Cemetery, Mayes Co., Okla, d. 12 Apr 1891 in Cherokee Nation, d. 19 Apr 1901.  Cherokee name was Wa-lo-see  Su-dul-de-he.

    Frog was elected Senator of GoingSnake District, 1867 & 1869.  He was elected Senator of Saline District in 1881 & 1883.  He was a delegate to the International Indian Convention, June 2nd 1887.

    In 1889 he was elected councilor of Saline District.

    Frog lived in Goingsnake District in the Ballard-Watts area and later moved to the Salina area.

   

       Cherokee Advocate   November 10, 1882   Local News

    Senator Frog Sixkiller of Saline is reported as improving

    Cherokee Advocate   December 1, 1882

       It gives us great pleasure to be able to inform his numerous friends, that Sen. Frog Sixkiller, who was so dangerously sick when Council convened three weeks since, has sufficiently improved to make the trip from his home in Saline to this place without experiencing any serious results.  He is still very feeble, but is gaining day by day.  Ool-skah-sut-ty was one of the grandest spirits that ever honored the Council House of the Cherokees.  His mantle when laid aside, by the dying old Chieftain, could not have been taken up by worthier hands then by the son who now wears it and who we all love to honor in the person of Sen. Frog Sixkiller of Saline District, C. N.  (transcribed by Nita Justice).

 

       He married Aggie Crittenden, b. in Cherokee Nation East, (Present day Georgia), (daughter of Joe Crittenden and Katy) d. 12 Oct 1876 in Cherokee Nation.  Aggie: Aggie's daughter Annie (Emma Annie) lists three more daughters of Frog & Aggie on her Miller app: Molly, Nellie, & Peggie.

                    Children:

         32.    i.    Martha Jinny3 Sixkiller b. APR 1855.

         33.    ii.   Elizabeth Sixkiller b. ABT 1850.

iii.     Sarah Sixkiller, d. BEF 1906. 

iv.     Alsey Sixkiller, d. BEF 1906.

         34.    v.   Isaac R. Sixkiller b. 19 Jul 1859.

                 vi.  Mary Sixkiller, d. BEF 1906.

 

9.  Soldier2 Sixkiller, (Sixkiller1) b. ABT 1829 in Cherokee Nation East, buried in Sixkiller Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 16 Nov 1895 in Goingsnake District, I. T.  Cherokee name was Ah-ne-ya-we-skee  Ah-nee-skee.

       Soldier was elected Councilor from Goingsnake District in 1871 & 1873.

    Information from Johnnie J. Sixkiller mentions that Soldier & Katie were married by Indian custom in 1837.  If this is accurate, both Soldier & Katie must have been born about 1822 or earlier.

       Soldier lived in Goingsnake District in the Ballard-Watts area.  He was stockman and he and Wash Lee would buy up local cattle and re-sell them to men from Kansas & Arkansas.  Before the war, Soldier was known to give speeches in favor of the Union cause.  (James Russell IPH interview).  Soldier Sixkiller was the greatest hog raiser in this part of the country, he owned several hundred. (Margaret Wagnon Elkins IPH interview)

    Ool-skah-nee (Oppossum) was an orphan boy raised by Soldier.  He married Nancy Dry (Chi-youk).   Lucy Duncan was also raised by Soldier Sixkiller and family.  She was the daughter of John T. Duncan and Alie Keath.  (Lucy's mother, Alie, married Tail Sixkiller, brother to Soldier)

    Lucy Duncan was born 1852, and died 1928.  She married Thomas Still, son of Samuel Still and Thirsey Colvin.  He was born 1849, and died December 5, 1909.

    Children of Lucy Duncan and Thomas Still are:

    i.   Sallie Still, b. March 19, 1869; d. January 22, 1870.

    ii.  Ella Still, b. September 11, 1870, Goingsnake District, I. T.;d.January 25, 1898; m. Walter Samuel Whitmire, October 16, 1887; b. October 23, 1852, Goingsnake District, I. T.; d. June 26, 1926, near Westville, Okla.

    iii. Lulu Caroline Still, b. February 25, 1872, I.T.; d. August 22, 1952, Christie, Okla; m. James Logan Christie, January 13, 1895; b. November 16, 1872, Christie, Goingsnake District, I. T.; d. October 26, 1944, Christie, Okla.

    iv.  Sallie Still, b. Jan 8, 1875; d. Jan 21, 1964; m. William A. West, Jan 8, 1891, Goingsnake District; b. Mar 12, 1871; d. Jan 23, 1953

    v.   Betsy Still, b. December 13, 1876; d. December 27, 1974; m. (1) Hiram J. Wright; b. 1877; d. 1907; m. (2) James Lester Meridith, March 24, 1910, Westville, Okla; b. 1881, Arkansas; d. 1923.

    vi.  Jennie Still, b. October 15, 1878; d. March 17, 1888.

    vii. Samuel S. Still, b. May 18, 1880; d. June 30, 1921; m. Louisa Myrtle Redden, December 22, 1901.

    viii. Thomas Still Jr., b. Feb 26, 1882; d. Nov 15,1969; m. Mary Reynolds; b. Feb 28, 1888; d. Dec 5, 1964.

    ix.  Addie Still, b. May 5, 1884; d. Dec 15, 1907; m. Ralph Couch, Oct 8, 1904.

    x.   William G. Still, b. May 5, 1884; d. January 4, 1955; m. (1) Polly M. Saunders; m. (2) Bess __________; m. (3) Mary Elizabeth Meridith; b. February 8, 1880; d. August 6, 1960.

 

       Soldier married Catherine 'Katie' Hair, b. SEP 1825 in Cherokee Nation East, (daughter of James Hair and Sarah Davis) buried in Sixkiller Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 30 Dec 1900 in Goingsnake Dist. I. T.

                    Children:

         35.    i.    Ool-skah-nee 'Possum'3 Sixkiller.

                 ii.   Joseph Sixkiller.

         36.    iii.   Abraham L. Sixkiller b. 15 Jun 1845.

                 iv.  Matt Sixkiller, b. 3 Mar 1852, buried in Sixkiller Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 30 May 1859.

                 v.   Charlotte Sixkiller, b. 11 Jul 1855, d. 18 Mar 1874.  Cherokee name was Che-nah-yee.

                 vi.  Sampson B. Sixkiller, b. 4 Jan 1858, buried in Sixkiller Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 1 Feb 1884.

                 vii.  Joshuay Sixkiller, b. 27 May 1860, buried in Sixkiller Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 7 Aug 1886.

         37.    viii. Ellen Sixkiller b. 4 Dec 1865.

                 ix.  Betsey Sixkiller, b. 4 Sep 1870, buried in Sixkiller Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 22 Jun 1871.

 

10.  Tail2 Sixkiller, (Sixkiller1) b. ABT 1830 in Cherokee Nation East, buried in Lacie Cemetery, Goingsnake District, I. T., d. 7 Nov 1895.  Cherokee name was Gah-tah-kuh  Su-dul-de-he.

     Tail was elected Councilor, Goingsnake District, 1867, 1869, 1877, & 1881.  He was Senator from Goingsnake District in 1871 & 1873.

     Tail was killed by George Parris, it was called an accidental shooting (careless handling of a gun).

        He married (1) Alie Keith, b. ABT 1835 in Cherokee Nation East, (daughter of Johnson Keith and Sallie __________) buried in Lacie Cemetery, Goingsnake District, I. T., d. 4 Jan 1879.

                    Children:

         38.    i.    Jennie A.3 Sixkiller b. 1864.

         39.    ii.   Susan Sixkiller b. ABT 1868.

                 iii.   Eliza Lacyne Sixkiller, b. ABT 1865 in Goingsnake District, I. T., d. 1885.

                 iv.  Esiah Sixkiller, b. ABT 1853, d. 1865.

                 v.   Betsy Sixkiller, d. BEF 1906.

         40.    vi.  Johnson B. Sixkiller b. 1863.

        He married (2) Ruth Thornton, b. ABT 1855, (daughter of Wiley Glover Thornton and Emily England) buried in Thornton  Cemetery, I.T. (present day Adair County, Okla.), d. 5 Apr 1884.  Ruth's Cherokee name was Lou-see.

 

Generation Three

 

11.  Bluford3 Sixkiller, (Blackhaw2, Sixkiller1) b. 1851 in Delaware District, I. T., d. 23 Nov 1921 in Adair Co., Okla.  Cherokee name is U-li-s-ga-s-di.  Bluford was Assistant Chief of the Ketoowahs 1908-1920.  He was a director of the Chewey School during the 1890's.

   He married (1) 1877, Annie Lucker, b. 1847, (daughter of John Lucker and Sallie _____) d. 7 Oct 1917 in Adair Co., Okla.

        He married (2) Cynthia Ann McGee, b. 19 Oct 1859 in Indian Territory, (daughter of Albert McGhee and Susie Beck) d. ABT 1913 in Oklahoma.  Cynthia: Within her Dawes testimony Cynthia mentions that when she was married to Blueford Sixkiller, they lived on the old Sixkiller place along the Illinois River in Tahlequah District.

        He married (3) Betsy Cloud.

        He married (4) ABT 1918, Mary Mocker.

                    Children:

                 i.    Lydia4 Sixkiller, b. ABT 1919, d. 13 Aug 1923 in Adair Co., Okla.

 

12.  Lydia Victoria3 Sixkiller, (Delaware2, Sixkiller1) b. 22 Jan 1858 in Goingsnake Dist. I.T., buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Oolagah, Okla, d. 1918.  Lydia mentions in her Miller app that her Grandfather Ool-sko-sti Sixkiller had lived on Oostetanolla Creek, Cass County, Georgia. (Oostanaula River in present day Floyd County?)

        During the July to September 1885 session, Lydia was first teacher at Levering Mission School (Wetumka, Indian Territory).  She had previously graduated from Bacone University.  Ellen Bushyhead was matron at that time.

        The Indian Sentinel, June 22nd 1900  -- ROBERTS, William Francis & THOMPSON, L. V. S.: "THE ALTAR.  MARRIED- Wednesday, June 20, 1900, W. F. Roberts to Mrs. L. B. S. Thompson, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Ivey, the ceremony being solemnized by Rev. S. A. Evans. The newly wedded will please accept THE SENTINEL'S warmest congratulations,"

     The Tahlequah Arrow, June 23rd 1900  --  "Mrs. L. V. S. Thompson was united in matrimony to Mr. William Francis Roberts, June 20th, 1900, at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. A. E. Ivey.  Mrs. Thompson is well known throughout this section as a very excellent and devout Christian lady, and has many relatives and friends here who feel a deep interest in her happiness.  Mr. Roberts is a cattle man and farmer of Canadian district.  He is an intelligent and industrious gentleman, and has the entire confidence and respect of the community.  The following friends were present: Mr. Graham, a cattle man of Wagoner, Mr. Bennett and family, Mr. Stuart and family, Judge Glass, Mr. Hothouse and wife, and a few others.  Rev. S. A. Evans was the officiating minister.  After the ceremony all partook of a well prepared dinner and were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ivey,"

     The Cherokee Advocate, June 23rd 1900  -- "Married at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ivey, Mr. Roberts of Texana, to Mrs. W. A. Thompson, Wednesday last,".

 

        She married (1) 20 Jun 1900, William Francis Roberts, b. 9 Jul 1858.

                    Children:

                 i.    Murry Elmo4 Roberts, b. 19 Jan 1881.  He married Margaret Shamblin.

                 ii.   LeRoy Roberts, b. 14 Sep 1885.

                 iii.   Commodore Perry Roberts, b. 26 Jan 1887.

                 iv.  Maurice Reginald Roberts, b. 24 Oct 1888.  He married DEC 1906 in Muskogee, I. T., Isabell Jones.

                 v.   Arthur Lorine Roberts, b. 13 Feb 1890.

                 vi.  Vinny Leal Roberts, b. 23 Nov 1893.

        She married (2) 6 May 1888, William Abbott Thompson, b. 16 Oct 1846, (son of Jeter Lynch Thompson and Mary Jane Taylor) d. 6 Oct 1899.

 

13.  Julia A.3 Sixkiller, (Delaware2, Sixkiller1) b. ABT 1865, d. 5 Oct 1902 in Goingsnake District, Cherokee Nation.  The Cherokee Advocate, Oct. 17th 1884 --  "Married in the Parlor of the National House-Tahlequah C. N., at 9 o'clock p.m. Wednesday last, October 15th 1884, by Revd. Dan'l Rogers, Mr. Augustus E. Ivey to Miss Julia Sixkiller, daughter of the late Delaware Sixkiller.  Both of the contracting parties are of this Nation and place.  'No cards.'  A few intimate friends of the young couple were present to congratulate them on the Union consummated, and to bid them God speed as husband and wife.  The Groom in a well fitting suit of black cloth was handsome-the Bride in a cream colored toilet, made in excellent taste, and with a simple white wreath on her head was beautiful.  After the ceremony, a short time was passed in social intercourse and in listening to a few appropriate pieces of music, executed on piano, violin and guitar by Mr. Frank Boudinot, Mr. De Wit Wilson and Mr. Geo. O. Butler.  At 10 ˝ the party dispersed, leaving, with best wishes for their future, their young friends alone to face the realities of wedded life.  That they will be supremely happy and prosperous is the earnest wish of the Editor of the Advocate."

 

        She married 1884, Augustus E. "Gus" Ivey, b. JUN 1855.

                    Children:

         41.    i.    Bertha Bell4 Ivey b. ABT 1878.

 

14.  Jacob3 Sixkiller, (Cricket2, Sixkiller1) b. in Cherokee Nation, d. ABT 1876.  Aug 17, 1878 Goingsnake District: trial of George Harlin for the murder of Jacob Sixkiller.

   He married Winnie Blackwood, b. ABT 1844, (daughter of George Blackwood and Sallie Elk) d. 3 Dec 1929 in Adair Co., Okla.

                    Children:

                 i.    Jesse4 Sixkiller, b. DEC 1871 in Goingsnake District, buried in Tahlequah Cemetery, Tahlequah, Okla, d. ABT 1920.  He married 24 Jun 1897, Sarah A. Downing, b. AUG 1854 in Indian Territory, (daughter of Thomas Downing and Katie _____) d. 9 Jul 1923 in Tahlequah District, Cherokee Nation.

         42.    ii.   Mary Sixkiller b. OCT 1873.

         43.    iii.   Tailer Sixkiller b. ABT 1867.

         44.    iv.  Eliza Sixkiller b. 7 Mar 1870.

                 v.   Annie Sixkiller, b. 1871, d. 1889.

 

15.  Jennie3 Sixkiller, (Cricket2, Sixkiller1) b. 30 Mar 1854, buried in Blackwood Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 15 Oct 1905 in near Baron, Goingsnake District, Cherokee Nation, d. 3 Sep 1906.

        She married Louis Blackwood, b. ABT 1816, (son of George Blackwood and Sallie Elk) buried in Blackwood Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 9 Dec 1896.

                    Children:

         45.    i.    Isaac4 Blackwood b. ABT 1875.

         46.    ii.   Lila Blackwood b. ABT 1879.

         47.    iii.   Jane Blackwood b. ABT 1889.

                 iv.  Martin Blackwood, b. 9 Dec 1877 in Goingsnake District, Cherokee Nation.  He married (1) APR 1903, Susie Chewey, b. 15 Mar 1884, (daughter of Frame (John) Chewey and Sarah Fisher) buried in England Cemetery, Adair Co.,  Okla, d. 15 Jul 1971.  Cherokee name was Su-sa-na.

                    He married (2) Ailsey Webster, b. ABT 1880, (daughter of Daniel Webster and Nellie Walkingstick).

         48.    v.   Hooley Blackwood b. DEC 1872.

                 vi.  Caroline Blackwood, b. ABT 1873, buried in Blackwood Cemetery ?.    She married George Sanders, b. ABT 1864, (son of Calvin Sanders and Margaret 'Peggy' Bean).

                 vii.  Lydia Blackwood, b. ABT 1881.  Martin Blackwood states in his Dawes testimony that his sister, Lydia, was a cripple, and could not be left alone.

                 viii. Nancy Blackwood, b. ABT 1880, buried in Blackwood Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. ABT 1959.  She married Edward W. Alberty (alias Ned Ticaneeskey), b. Oct 17, 1870. (son of Arch Alberty and Clara Woodall)

 

16.  John 'Jonas'3 Sixkiller, (Cricket2, Sixkiller1) b. 17 Dec 1855 in Cherokee Nation.  Cherokee name was Juh-nie  Su-dul-de-he.   He married Winnie Blackwood, b. ABT 1844, (daughter of George Blackwood and Sallie Elk) d. 3 Dec 1929 in Adair Co., Okla.

                    Children:

         49.    i.    Nannie4 Sixkiller b. 1883.

         50.    ii.   Ora Sixkiller b. 1881.

 

17.  Lucinda R.3 Sixkiller, (Cricket2, Sixkiller1) b. 12 Mar 1853 in Cherokee Nation, buried in Woodall Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 27 Dec 1921 in Westville, Okla.

   She married 1871, Thomas Foreman Wagnon, b. 3 Mar 1851, (son of Marshall Wagnon and Margaret 'Peggy' Woodall) buried in Woodall Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 23 Dec 1911 at home near Westville, Adair Co., Okla.

                    Children:

         51.    i.    Marshall J. "Marsh"4 Wagnon b. 15 Aug 1873.

         52.    ii.   Edith Wagnon b. 1875.

         53.    iii.   Nancy Elizabeth Wagnon b. 1877.

                 iv.  Emma Jennie Wagnon, b. 26 Jun 1879, buried in Foreman Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 1 Jan 1956.  She married 2 May 1906, Ellis Abijah Akins, b. 13 May 1883, buried in Foreman Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 1922.

         54.    v.   James Franklin "Frank" Wagnon b. 4 Oct 1881.

                 vi.  Maude May Wagnon, b. 19 Mar 1887.  She married John H. Martin.

         55.    vii.  Thomas Jefferson Wagnon b. 19 Nov 1889.

                 viii. Ada A. Wagnon, b. 30 Jun 1892, d. 1950.

                 ix.  Millard Arthur Wagnon, b. 8 Jan 1895, buried in Wagnon Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 22 Jul 1921 in near Westville, Okla.

                 x.   Archie Wagnon, d. in infancy.

                 xi.  Maggie Wagnon, d. in infancy.

 

18.  Susie3 Sixkiller, (Cricket2, Sixkiller1) b. 1 Apr 1859, d. 10 Sep 1904.  Before Susie married David Harris, as a non-Cherokee citizen, he was required to be sponsored by several members of the tribe according to Cherokee law.  Thereby showing that he was in good standing in their eyes, that his intentions were honorable, and that he would be able to provide a proper home and good life for the couple.  Those signing the petition for this marriage were; Hooley McCoy, James Sixkiller, E. R. Bean, Taylor Foreman, C. C. Lipe, William Miller, J. S. McIntosh, James Sulervan, and Joseph Miller.  The license was issued Feb 15th and the marriage was solemnized by the Honorable Judge Wat Starr on Feb 20th 1886.

        She married 20 Feb 1886 in Cherokee Nation, David C. Harris, b. ABT 1844, (son of Acel N. Harris and Nancy Robson). David: David and family were living in Foyil, Cherokee Nation in 1900.

                    Children:

                 i.    Mary Jane4 Harris, b. ABT 1886.  Cherokee name Ah-qual-la.

                 ii.   Nancy Debbie Harris, b. ABT 1889.

                 iii.   Cora Bessie Harris, b. ABT 1892.

                 iv.  Ruby Ora Harris, b. ABT 1895.

                 v.   James Harris, d. in infancy.

 

19.  James3 Sixkiller, (Cricket2, Sixkiller1) b. 22 Dec 1857 in near Tahlequah, I.T., d. AFT 1906.  Within testimony in his Dawes Packet (4479), James states that his mother is still alive at that time (1900).  He also states that he had been married and divorced from a previous wife before Nancy Bushyhead.

        He married ABT 1894, Nancy Bushyhead, b. 1876, (daughter of Joseph Bushyhead and Elizabeth Hair) d. AFT 1902.

                    Children:

                 i.    Caroline 'Carrie'4 Sixkiller, b. 4 Oct 1895 in near Collinsville, I.T.

                 ii.   Pamelia Elizabeth 'Pearl' Sixkiller, b. 6 Nov 1899 in near Collinsville, I.T.

                 iii.   Joseph Sixkiller, b. 29 May 1902 in near Collinsville, I.T., buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Claremore, Okla, d. MAR 1970.  Irene Goldie Sixkiller, died 1968; buried next to Joe.  Possibly his wife?

                 iv.  Jacob Sixkiller, b. 31 Dec 1906 in Collinsville, I. T.

 

20.  Eliza Jane3 Sixkiller, (Cricket2, Sixkiller1) b. 8 Apr 1851.

     She married 18 Mar 1878, William H. Horn, b. 24 Dec 1854, d. 6 Mar 1897.

                    Children:

         56.    i.    Dora May4 Horn b. ABT 1880.

         57.    ii.   Mary Elizabeth Horn b. ABT 1882.

                 iii.   Margaret "Maggie" Horn, b. ABT 1885 in Indian Territory.

                 iv.  Charles Thomas Horn, b. ABT 1888 in Indian Territory.

                 v.   George Hooley Horn, b. ABT 1893 in Indian Territory.

 

21.  Sam3 Sixkiller, (Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 25 Nov 1842 in Goingsnake District, I. T., d. 24 Dec 1886 in Muskogee, I.T.  Samuel was High Sheriff of the Cherokee Nation, 1875-79.  The High Sheriff's office was in Tahlequah.

        Sam was unarmed on Christmas Eve, 1886,  when a man (Dick Vann) who held a grudge for having been arrested in the past, came up to him and shot him on the streets of Muskogee.

        Captain Sixkiller was in the Patterson Store buying Christmas presents for his children when someone came in and told him that he was wanted outside.  As he stepped outside onto the porch a man on horseback opened fired and shot him.  This supposedly occurred because Sixkiller had killed an outlaw named Dick Glass in Choctaw Country.  Mr. Glass had committed several crimes and when Captain Sixkiller spotted him hauling two barrels of whiskey he blocked the road by chopping down a tree, and then shot him.

     The April 11, 1877 edition of the Cherokee Advocate reported, "Sixkiller . . . is having a wall put around the National Prison - solid boards, ten feet high, which encloses two acres of ground, and adds to the looks and safety of that institution muchly."

     Well-built gallows in the enclosure were described several years later as "not the worse for wear, as the

     authorities inclined to be very merciful."

     "The High Sheriff" in order to beautify and improve the appearance of the Capitol Square, has grubbed out all of the stumps and overgrowth which covered, to the disgust of the citizens, the entire square, and has placed in their stead, some beautiful shade trees, which is very suggestive to our enterprising citizens that they should do likewise, which would not only add to the appearance of the town, but would

     enhance the value of their property wonderfully."

     From Indian Pioneer History interview # 7699  Sept 29th 1937 with S. R. Lewis:  "Captain Sixkiller is known in history as the man who killed and captured the notorious Dick Glass band of Negro outlaws and murderers in the famous battle at Limestone Gap in the Choctaw Nation".

 

        Sam married (1) ABT 1869, Frances Flora 'Fannie' Foreman, b. 25 Nov 1846, (daughter of Thomas Foreman Jr and Elizabeth Chicken) d. 27 May 1889.

                    Children:

         58.    i.    Eliza E.4 Sixkiller b. 5 May 1870.

                 ii.   Rachel Sixkiller, b. 5 May 1870 in Indian Territory, d. 4 Jul 1889.

         59.    iii.   Emma 'Tookah' Sixkiller b. 16 Jan 1872.

         60.    iv.  Cora Sixkiller b. 4 Sep 1874.

                 v.   Samuel Rasmus Sixkiller, b. 13 Feb 1877 in Cherokee Nation.  He married 26 Jun 1911, Martha 'Mattie' Bell Sixkiller, b. 14 Dec 1874 in Delaware District, I.T., (daughter of Lucas ' Luke' Sixkiller and Emma J. Blythe). Martha: Mattie was living 4 miles south of Afton, Delaware District, in 1900.

         61.    vi.  Frances 'Fannie' Edna Sixkiller b. 16 Jan 1879.

                 vii.  Lucas Sixkiller, b. 1879.

        Sam married (2) Mary Melissa Murphy.

                    Children:

         62.    viii. James Thomas Sixkiller b. 11 Feb 1874.

 

22.  Mary M.3 Sixkiller, (Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 13 Feb 1845 in Goingsnake District, I. T., buried in Westville, Okla, d. 18 Dec 1926 in Westville, Okla.

        She married 17 Mar 1865 in Fayetteville, AR, Leonidas " Lon " Alonzo Holt, b. 27 Oct 1828 in Tennessee, (son of John Holt and Elizabeth Pogue) buried in Holt Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 28 Nov 1895 in Goingsnake District, Cherokee Nation.  Leonidas: Remains moved from the Holt Cemetery to Westville Cemetery in 1996.

                    Children:

                 i.    Samuel O.4 Holt, b. 25 Dec 1865 in Goingsnake District, Cherokee Nation, buried in Holt Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 18 Mar 1887 in Goingsnake District, Cherokee Nation.  Samuel was living with the Alvin Beaty family in Washington County, Arkansas on the 1880 census.  He was listed as a cousin and was helping work the farm.  Mr. Beaty's daughter, Annie Parker Beaty, later married Sam's younger brother, Earl.

                    Sam died when he fell into a train while trying to catch a ride.  Remains moved from the Holt Cemetery to Westville Cemetery in 1996.

         63.    ii.   Pearl E. Holt b. 15 Sep 1868.

         64.    iii.   Emma Caroline Holt b. 2 Sep 1870.

         65.    iv.  William Leonadis Holt b. 14 Feb 1874.

         66.    v.   Earl Holt b. 25 Jul 1876.

         67.    vi.  Mary 'Evaline' Holt b. 30 Aug 1879.

 

23.  Rachel Jane3 Sixkiller, (Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 15 Apr 1848 in GoingSnake District, I.T., buried in Fairview Cemetery, Vinita, OK, d. 30 Oct 1919.

        She married (1) ABT 1864, Samuel Cloud, b. ABT 1833 in Cherokee Nation East, (son of Samuel Cloud and Lucinda Sixkiller) d. 17 Feb 1884 in Indian Territory.  Samuel: A Genforum posting by Lise Christiansen on Feb 13th 2004 states that the LDS Library had data showing Samuel (referring to Samuel who married Lucy Tadpole) was the son of Thaddeus McCloud and Lucy.  Perhaps Sam's father's full name was Samuel Thaddeus McCloud?

                    Children:

                 vii.  Nellie Cloud, b. OCT 1864 in Locust Grove, I. T., d. 1886 in Saline Dist, Cherokee Nation.

        She married (2) 20 Apr 1869, Thomas Rogers Knight, b. 25 Nov 1845 in Cooweescoowee District, (son of Josiah S. Knight and Mary Ann Rogers) buried in Fairview Cemetery, Vinita, OK, d. 16 Dec 1895.  Thomas: See page 330 of O'Beirne's 'Indian Territory'.

                    Children:

                 i.    Henry Sixkiller4 Knight, b. 14 Dec 1878 in Delaware District, I. T., buried in Fairview Cemetery, Vinita, OK, d. 1957.  Henry is listed as a Grocery Salesman on the 1900 Indian Territory Census.

                 ii.   Joseph Stokes Knight, b. 19 Feb 1872 in Dewey, I.T.  Joe is listed on the 1900 Indian Territory Census as a Cowboy.  He married Shirley R. _____, b. ABT 1887.

                 iii.   Morris Frazee Knight, b. 6 Nov 1874 in Delaware District, Vinita, I.T., buried in Fairview Cemetery, Vinita, OK, d. 1946.  Morris is listed on the 1900 Indian Territory Census as a Druggist.

                 iv.  Thomas Martin Knight Jr., b. 14 Dec 1876 in Bartlesville, I.T., buried in Fairview Cemetery, Vinita, OK, d. 20 Nov 1919.  He married Daisy Matilda Lester.

                 v.   Fannie May Knight, b. 8 Mar 1881 in Vinita, I.T.

                 vi.  Caroline 'Victoria' Knight, b. 17 Mar 1870, buried in Fairview Cemetery, Vinita, OK, d. 6 May 1888.

 

24.  Lucas ' Luke'3 Sixkiller, (Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 22 Oct 1851, buried in Sixkiller Cemetery, Delaware District, I. T., d. 30 Oct 1925 in Fairland, Okla.  When Luke and Emma were married they moved to a place on the Grand River.  They later moved to Vinita, then Afton, and finally Fairland. (from Mrs. Luke Sixkiller IPH interview)

        "My early schooling was at a little log schoolhouse 3 1/2 miles southeast of Afton near Sixkiller Springs"  (Indian Pioneer History Interview with Frank C. Goodwin).

 

        He married 18 Mar 1871 in Pecan Creek, Indian Territory, Emma J. Blythe, b. 13 Oct 1855 in Enterprize, Neutral Lands (Cherokee Strip), (daughter of Absalom Ellis Blythe and Mary Jane Millsap) buried in Sixkiller Cemetery, Delaware District, I. T., d. 22 Sep 1946.

                    Children:

                 i.    Martha 'Mattie' Bell4 Sixkiller, b. 14 Dec 1874 in Delaware District, I.T.  Mattie was living 4 miles south of Afton, Delaware District, in 1900.  She married (1) 10 Mar 1889 in Cherokee Nation, Martin L. Stokes, b. ABT 1870.  

                    She married (2) 26 Jun 1911, Samuel Rasmus Sixkiller, b. 13 Feb 1877 in Cherokee Nation, (son of Sam Sixkiller and Frances Flora 'Fannie' Foreman).

         68.    ii.   Mary Mamie Sixkiller b. 1872.

                 iii.   Louis B. Sixkiller, b. 30 Mar 1877, buried in Sixkiller Cemetery, Delaware District, I. T., d. 1 Aug 1889.  Lewy's mother states in her Indian Pioneer History interview that they had to bury him here because the river was up and they couldn't get to the site where two of his siblings were buried.  He was the first person buried at what would become the Sixkiller Cemetery.

                 iv.  Myrtle E. Sixkiller, b. 14 Jul 1879, buried in Sixkiller Cemetery, Delaware District, I. T., d. 2 May 1894.

                 v.   Allie Sixkiller.

                 vi.  Henry Sixkiller.

 

25.  Caroline 'Carrie' Elizabeth3 Sixkiller, (Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 8 May 1853, d. AFT 1906.

        She married (1) ABT 1869, Joseph Lewis Vann, b. 4 Oct 1852 in Indian Territory West, (son of David Vann and Martha P. McNair) d. 24 Sep 1879.

                    Children:

         69.    i.    Clement Lulus4 Vann b. 12 Mar 1870.

         70.    ii.   Mary E. Vann b. 22 Aug 1874.

        She married (2) ABT 1883, George Lewis, d. BEF 1900.

                    Children:

                 iii.   George M. Lewis, b. ABT 1884.

        She married (3) AFT 1896, Bruce H. Young, b. ABT 1860.

 

26.  Martin3 (John Martin) Sixkiller, (Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 11 May 1856, buried in McNair Cemetery, Mayes Co., Okla, d. 28 Feb 1900.

        He married (1) 1 Jun 1883, Belle Carver, b. 13 Jul 1861 in Kentucky, (daughter of William Carver and Martha __________) buried in Sixkiller Cem. Sec16, R19E, T20N, Mayes Co., Okla, d. 28 Apr 1909.

                    Children:

                 i.    Mable4 Sixkiller, b. 24 Apr 1891 in Indian Territory.  She married MAY 1911, John Martin Fisher, b. 7 May 1887.

         71.    ii.   Henry Sixkiller b. 8 Dec 1896.

         72.    iii.   Mary Ann Sixkiller b. 21 Aug 1899.

                 iv.  Lola Sixkiller, b. 15 Nov 1886 in Indian Territory, buried in Sixkiller Cem. Sec16, R19E, T20N, Mayes Co., Okla, d. 1908.  Miller app# 21044.

         73.    v.   Maude Sixkiller b. 11 Jul 1884.

         74.    vi.  Blanche Sixkiller b. 8 Jan 1889.

        He married (2) ABT 1877, Sallie Foster, b. 1859, buried in McNair Cemetery, Mayes Co., Okla, d. ABT 1882.

                    Children:

         75.    vii.  Hooley Bell Sixkiller b. 5 Jul 1878.

 

27.  Henry R.3 Sixkiller, (Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 24 Feb 1858, buried in Fairview Cemetery, Vinita, OK, d. 15 Apr 1890.  Death of Lieutenant Sixkiller.     http://www.oklahombres.org/news.htm

     On last Tuesday morning at 5 o'clock Lieut. Henry Sixkiller of the Indian police died at the residence of this broth-in-law [sic], Mr. T. R. Knight, Vinita, I.T. in the thirty second year of his age. His disease was consumption.  For the last six months his health has been declining.  Three weeks ago he started with his family to Colorado but was taken worse at Vinita and died.  He was buried from the Methodist church in that town Thursday afternoon.  A large number of friends attended the funeral services which were conducted by the pastor, Rev. L. W. Rivers and T. F. Brewer.  He leaves a wife who is also in a low state of health and one child.  We extend sincere sympathy to them in this hour of great bereavement.  Henry was a good officer and had many friends who will be sorry to learn of his death. [19 Apr 1890]

 

     He married Blanche Crutchfield, b. ABT 1868, buried in Fairview Cemetery, Vinita, OK, d. 23 Jun 1890.

                    Children:

                 i.    Caroline "Carrie" B.4 Sixkiller, b. 26 Jul 1888 in Indian Territory.  She married Hulbert F. Ward.

 

28.  Joseph3 Sixkiller, (Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 15 Sep 1869 in Saline District, I. T., buried in Sixkiller Cemetery, Locust Grove, Okla, d. 14 Feb 1941 in Locust Grove, I. T.  On the 1900 Indian Territory Census, Lena Sweat, born Dec 1885 in Arkansas, is listed in the household with the notation, adopted.

        He married 14 Aug 1898, Jennie Ross, b. 19 Dec 1877 in Locust Grove, I. T., (daughter of Oliver Perry Ross and Elzina Goonan) buried in Sixkiller Cemetery, Locust Grove, Okla, d. 15 Sep 1969 in Locust Grove, I. T.

                    Children:

         76.    i.    Lucy4 Sixkiller b. 16 Feb 1899.

         77.    ii.   Gracie Sixkiller b. 25 Feb 1901.

         78.    iii.   Cherokee Sixkiller b. 7 Jul 1903.

                 iv.  Mary Sixkiller, b. 5 Jun 1906, d. 25 Nov 1999 in California.  She married John Seinturier, b. 2 Mar 1912 in Riverside, Calif, (son of Jean Frank Seinturier and Pauline Victorine Mounet) d. 30 Jun 1991.

                 v.   Carrie Sixkiller, b. 4 Dec 1908, d. MAR 1994.  She married Ray Brewer, b. 28 Jan 1908, d. MAY 1978.

         79.    vi.  Foreman "Six" Sixkiller b. 7 Jul 1911.

         80.    vii.  Elsie Sixkiller b. 26 Sep 1914.

                 viii. Josephine Sixkiller, b. ABT 1919.  She married APR 1943, John P. "Jack" Shaw.

         81.    ix.  Eula Marvalene "Jackie" Sixkiller b. 1 Jan 1920.

 

29.  Elizabeth "Betsy"3 Sixkiller, (Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. JAN 1874 in Indian Territory.  Cherokee name was Que-ti (Quatie).

        She married Joseph Grass, b. OCT 1871 in Indian Territory, (son of Rider Grass and Lucy Feeling). Joseph: Cherokee name was Ca-ke-ta.

                    Children:

                 i.    David4 Grass, b. MAR 1894 in Indian Territory.  Cherokee name was Te-wi.

                 ii.   Ida Grass, b. MAY 1896 in Indian Territory.  Cherokee name was Wa-li-ya.

                 iii.   Thomas W. Grass, b. 20 Aug 1898 in Indian Territory.  Cherokee name was Ta-mi.

                 iv.  Benjamin E. Grass, b. 6 Jan 1901.

                 v.   Levi Grass, b. ABT 1903.

                 vi.  Charles T. Grass, b. MAY 1892 in Indian Territory, d. NOV 1900 in Indian Territory.  Cherokee name was Li-ca-no-tsu-li.

 

30.  Samuel3 Cloud, (Lucinda2, Sixkiller1) b. ABT 1833 in Cherokee Nation East, d. 17 Feb 1884 in Indian Territory.  A Genforum posting by Lise Christiansen on Feb 13th 2004 states that the LDS Library had data showing Samuel (referring to Samuel who married Lucy Tadpole) was the son of Thaddeus McCloud and Lucy.  Perhaps Sam's father's full name was Samuel Thaddeus McCloud?

        He married (1) ABT 1866, Lucy Tadpole, (daughter of John Tadpole and Lucretia _____) d. ABT 1883 in Indian Territory.

                    Children:

         82.    i.    Annie Sapphire4 Cloud b. 5 Mar 1867.

         83.    ii.   Wutty Cloud b. 28 May 1869.

         84.    iii.   Henry Lewis Cloud b. 5 Nov 1872.

         85.    iv.  Joshua Cloud b. 6 Oct 1874.

                 v.   Lillie Louise Cloud, b. 10 Apr 1881 in Locust Grove, Cherokee Nation, d. 14 Jul 1910 in Locust Grove, Cherokee Nation.  She married (1) 4 Feb 1899 in Cherokee Nation, Theodore Herbert Caywood, b. ABT 1879, (son of John Terry Caywood and Nancy Matilda _____).

                    She married (2) AFT 1904, Looney Pennington.

         86.    vi.  Noah Samuel Cloud b. 26 Jan 1883.

 

     He married (2) ABT 1864, Rachel Jane Sixkiller, (See marriage to number 23).

                    Children:

                    (See marriage to number 23)

 

31.  Julia3 Cloud, (Lucinda2, Sixkiller1) b. DEC 1843 in Indian Territory, d. 10 Oct 1904 in Cherokee Nation.  Cherokee name was Tahyana (Ty-a-na).

        She married ABT 1865, Aaron Goingwolfe, b. MAR 1831 in Cherokee  Nation  East, (Georgia), (son of Tom Goingwolfe and Jinny) d. 2 May 1913 in near Baron, Okla.  Aaron: Cherokee name was Ah-li-ni.  Aaron had a half brother named Ellis Downing.

                    Children:

         87.    i.    Lizzie4 Goingwolfe b. SEP 1868.

                 ii.   Rachel Goingwolfe, b. 1867, d. 1868.

 

32.  Martha Jinny3 Sixkiller, (Frog2, Sixkiller1) b. APR 1855 in Goingsnake District, Cherokee Nation, buried in Bushyhead Family Cemetery, Rogers Co., Okla, d. 31 Jan 1914.

        She married George Wilson Bushyhead, b. SEP 1852 in Tahlequah, Cherokee Nation, (son of George Bushyhead and Guwohida Stofel).

                    Children:

         88.    i.    Charlotte4 Bushyhead b. 22 Jan 1890.

         89.    ii.   Emma "Annie" Bushyhead b. 5 Jul 1877.

                 iii.   Sarah Bushyhead, b. 23 Jan 1881 in Saline District, I. T., buried in maybe Bushyhead Family Cemetery, Rogers Co., Okla.

                    She married (1) Edward Green, b. ABT 1876.

                    She married (2) Jesse Grass, b. ABT 1876.

                 iv.  Ned Bushyhead, b. 24 May 1875.

                 v.   James Wilson Bushyhead, b. 27 Sep 1894.

                 vi.  Martha Bushyhead.

                 vii.  Lydia Bushyhead.

                 viii. Isaac Bushyhead, b. 9 Jan 1893, buried in Bushyhead Family Cemetery, Rogers Co., Okla, d. 21 Aug 1902.

                 ix.  Ellen Bushyhead, b. 14 Jul 1885, buried in Bushyhead Family Cemetery, Rogers Co., Okla, d. 12 Nov 1901.

                 x.   Susan Aria Bushyhead, b. 14 Mar 1880, buried in Bushyhead Family Cemetery, Rogers Co., Okla, d. 15 Mar 1893.

                 xi.  George Wilson Bushyhead II, b. 12 Aug 1897, buried in Bushyhead Family Cemetery, Rogers Co., Okla, d. 1 Sep 1897.

                 xii.  William Taylor Bushyhead, b. 11 Feb 1887.

 

33.  Elizabeth3 Sixkiller, (Frog2, Sixkiller1) b. ABT 1850, d. 15 Mar 1898.

        She married Smith Miles Bushyhead, b. ABT 1849, (son of George Bushyhead and Guwohida Stofel). Smith: Cherokee name was Do-jew-la-nah.

                    Children:

         90.    i.    Clara Vann4 Bushyhead b. 1872.

                 ii.   George W. Bushyhead, b. 14 Mar 1867.   He married 7 Mar 1895, Rachel A. McGowan, b. ABT 1876.

                 iii.   Jacob Bushyhead, b. ABT 1878.     He married Margaret "Maggie" Wolfe, b. ABT 1884 in Flint District, Cherokee Nation, (daughter of Thomas Wolfe and Nancy Batt).

                 iv.  Mary Etta Bushyhead, b. ABT 1880.

                 v.   Noah Bushyhead, b. ABT 1882.

                 vi.  Augustus Bushyhead, b. ABT 1884.

                 vii.  Nancy Bushyhead, b. 1874.

                 viii. Gillard Bushyhead, b. 1879.

                 ix.  Daniel Bushyhead, b. 1886.

 

34.  Isaac R.3 Sixkiller, (Frog2, Sixkiller1) b. 19 Jul 1859, buried in Ross-Mayes Cemetery, Mayes Co., Okla, d. 21 Sep 1890.

        He married BEF 1885, Sarah A. Downing, b. AUG 1854 in Indian Territory, (daughter of Thomas Downing and Katie _____) d. 9 Jul 1923 in Tahlequah District, Cherokee Nation.

                    Children:

         91.    i.    Kathleen "Katie" C.4 Sixkiller b. 19 Jul 1886.

                 ii.   Ethel H. Sixkiller, b. SEP 1889 in Indian Territory.  Cherokee name was Chu-chi-guke.  Miller app# 2236.

 

35.  Ool-skah-nee 'Possum'3 Sixkiller, (Soldier2, Sixkiller1) military Civil War, Private Co.  L, 3rd  Regt, Indian Home Guard, d. 30 Mar 1864 in Goingsnake District, Cherokee Nation.  According to the Civil War claim of his widow, Opossum Sixkiller died at home as a result of wounds and winter fever (pneumonia).  He was given permission to leave the Camp near Ft. Gibson.  He went home and soon died.  A Lt. Sixkiller (probably his Uncle Redbird Sixkiller) accompanied him home and helped bury him.

        He married 8 Mar 1856 in Goingsnake District, Nancy (Cha-wa-yu-ker) Dry, b. ABT 1819 in Cherokee Nation East, (daughter of Ned Dry and Chi-woh-nah) buried in Old Green Cemetery, Adair Co, Okla, d. 13 Jun 1924 in Okla.   Nancy's Cherokee name was Chou-wa-youk-ka or Chi-youk.  She came across the Trail of Tears.  She was known as one of the best Cherokee Doctors in the region.  She lived on Ballard Creek near old Ft. Wayne (Watts, I.T.), and then moved and lived in a cabin near the old Green Church west of Westville for the remainder of her years.

               Claim for losses suffered during the war-  (Nancy lived in the Baptist Mission area at this time)

     Nancy Sixkiller

     Three head horses                     Rebs           1863         $250

     14 head cattle                                ""             140

     40    "     hogs                                ""               80

     100 lbs bacon - .10                        ""               10

     100  "    salt                                   ""                 5

     500   "   flour -  .10                         ""               50

     House Hold & Kitchen F.               ""               50

     8 ac. wheat                                    ""               80

     Twenty ac. corn - .20                     ""             400

     Witnesses: Tyler Foreman & Sally Foreman.

 

                    Children:

                 i.    Catherine4 Sixkiller, b. 12 Mar 1862 in Goingsnake District, Cherokee Nation, d. DEC 1885 in Goingsnake District, Cherokee Nation.

 

36.  Abraham L.3 Sixkiller, (Soldier2, Sixkiller1) b. 15 Jun 1845 in Cherokee  Nation, I. T., buried in Sixkiller Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 20 Jan 1920.  Cherokee name was Dah qua he que.  He was elected Councilor of Going Snake district in 1897.

     He married (1) Elizabeth Tickanee, b. in Goingsnake District, I. T., d. 7 Jan 1870 in Goingsnake District, I. T.

        He married (2) APR 1865, Lizzie Shawnee, d. 18 Jan 1868 in Goingsnake District, I. T.

        He married (3) ABT 1866, Nannie Proctor, b. ABT 1844, (daughter of William Proctor and Dicey Downing).

                    Children:

         97.    x.   Nannie Sixkiller b. 26 Aug 1866.

                 xi.  Nick Sixkiller, b. 22 Nov 1868, buried in Sixkiller Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 13 Jan 1891.

        He married (4) ABT 1872, Sallie Thornton, b. 1848, (dau of Wiley Glover Thornton and Nannie Jane Brimmer) d. 1880 in west of Claremore, on the Caney River, Cooweescoowee District, I. T.

                    Children:

         98.    xii.  Joseph 'Henry' Sixkiller b. 12 Sep 1873.

                 xiii. Charles Sixkiller, b. OCT 1874 in Indian Territory.

        He married (5) 20 Dec 1885 in Goingsnake District, Margaret Crittenden, b. 30 Nov 1857 in Baptist, Goingsnake District, I. T., (daughter of Aaron Crittenden and Susan Catherine 'Caty' Foreman) buried in Sixkiller Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 25 Apr 1934 in Westville, Okla, b. OCT 1855 in Indian Territory.

                    Children:

         92.    i.    Dennis Wolf4 Sixkiller b. 5 Jun 1886.

                 ii.   Infant Son Sixkiller, b. ABT 1887, buried in Sixkiller Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 14 Aug 1887.

         93.    iii.   Sarah E. Sixkiller b. 6 Nov 1888.

                 iv.  Samuel Sixkiller, b. 27 Jun 1890, buried in Sixkiller Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 21 Dec 1891.

         94.    v.   Catherine 'Kate' Sixkiller b. 22 Feb 1891.

                 vi.  Sampson Sixkiller, b. 20 Oct 1894, buried in Sixkiller Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 28 Jan 1895.

         95.    vii.  Lincoln Sixkiller b. 17 Aug 1896.

                 viii. William T. Sixkiller, b. 25 Nov 1897, buried in Sixkiller Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 1897.

         96.    ix.  Loretta 'Retta' Eliza Sixkiller b. 11 May 1900.

 

37.  Ellen3 Sixkiller, (Soldier2, Sixkiller1) b. 4 Dec 1865 in Indian Territory, buried in Sixkiller Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 6 Mar 1899.  Cherokee name was Cheygona.

        She married 12 Dec 1886 in Goingsnake District, William Henry Grigsby, b. 16 Jan 1863 in Texas, (son of Emmons Grigsby and Henrietta __________) buried in Sixkiller Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 12 Apr 1953 in Westville, Okla.

                    Children:

         99.    i.    Daniel Isaac4 Grigsby b. 1 Jan 1888.

                 ii.   Emmons Grigsby, b. NOV 1890 in Indian Territory, buried in Sixkiller Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 4 Aug 1914.  Oklahoma N USN Coast Artillery Corps.

         100.  iii.   James Henry Grigsby b. DEC 1892.

         101.  iv.  Charlotte H. Grigsby b. 12 Feb 1895.

         102.  v.   Henry C. 'Soggy' Grigsby b. 30 Jul 1897.

                 vi.  Tommy Grigsby, b. 5 Nov 1898, buried in Sixkiller Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 11 Apr 1899.

 

38.  Jennie A.3 Sixkiller, (Tail2, Sixkiller1) b. 1864 in Goingsnake District, I. T., buried in Lacie family cemetery, north of Westville, Okla, d. 27 Apr 1933 in at home, Adair Co., Okla.

        She married (1) Rev. Adam L. Lacie, b. 27 Sep 1848, (son of Lacie and Betsy Potts) buried in Lacie family cemetery, north of Westville, Okla, d. 20 Mar 1906 in Goingsnake District, I. T.  Rev.: Rev. Lacie mentions that Katie Chick-sut-tee-hee (Chickasaw Killer), who died 1882-83, was his aunt. (see Dawes Testimony D2058 Katie Chick-sut-tee-hee).

                    Children:

                 i.    Benjamin4 Lacie.  died young.

                 ii.   Rufus Vann Lacie, b. 23 Oct 1887 in Indian Territory, buried in Lacie Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 3 Feb 1979 in Tahlequah District, Okla.

                    He married Lydia Ann Walkingstick, b. 1876, (daughter of Edward Walkingstick and Sallie Bean) d. 1941.

         103.  iii.   Charlotte C. Lacie b. 1889.

                 iv.  Ellen ' Lottie' Lacie, b. 1895, buried in Lacie Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 12 Feb 1911.

                 v.   Ivy Ona 'Iona' Lacie, b. 14 Apr 1897, buried in Lacie Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 1917.

         104.  vi.  Silas Walter Lacie b. 8 Sep 1886.

                 vii.  Ada B. Lacie, b. 27 Jan 1900 in Goingsnake District, Cherokee Nation, buried in Goingsnake District, Cherokee Nation, d. 10 Aug 1900 in Goingsnake District, Cherokee Nation.

                 viii. Myrtle Lacie.  died young.

        She married (2) AFT 1906, William Henry Grigsby, b. 16 Jan 1863 in Texas, (son of Emmons Grigsby and Henrietta __________) buried in Sixkiller Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 12 Apr 1953 in Westville, Okla.

 

39.  Susan3 Sixkiller, (Tail2, Sixkiller1) b. ABT 1868 in Goingsnake District, I. T., d. FEB 1895.

     She married (1) ABT 1889, Ed Garrett, d. 28 Nov 1889.

                    Children:

         105.  i.    Elizabeth "Bertha"4 Sixkiller-Garrett b. 17 Apr 1889.

     She married (2) 1893 in Goingsnake District, William Tweedle.

                    Children:

                 ii.   Susan Frances Tweedle, b. 25 Mar 1894.

 

40.  Johnson B.3 Sixkiller, (Tail2, Sixkiller1) b. 1863 in Goingsnake District, I. T., buried in Lacie Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 12 Jun 1929 in Adair Co., Okla.  Johnson states on Adair County probate record # 173 (estate of his son Samuel) that he and his wife Louisa had nine children. 

     In 1923 Johnson swapped land that had formerly belonged to his son Samuel, to Dennis Bushyhead for 5 acres and a house (the Rex Bayless place southwest of Westville, adjoining the Zach Waters place).

        He married Louisa Proctor, b. ABT 1873, (daughter of Alcie Fodder) d. 17 Jan 1902 in Goingsnake District, Cherokee Nation.

                    Children:

                 i.    Sam4 Sixkiller, b. ABT 1895, d. 28 Feb 1923 in Adair Co., Okla.

                    He married APR 1918, Amy Walls.

                 ii.   Henry Sixkiller, b. ABT 1897, d. 11 Mar 1911 in Adair Co., Okla.

                 iii.   Lula Sixkiller, b. ABT 1891, d. 17 Jan 1902 in near Baptist, Goingsnake District, I. T.

                 iv.  Redbird Sixkiller, d. BEF 1902

 

Generation Four

 

41.  Bertha Bell4 Ivey, (Julia3, Delaware2, Sixkiller1) b. ABT 1878 in Cherokee Nation.

        She married 2 Jun 1901, Houston Mayo Morgan, b. 4 May 1875 in Cherokee Nation, (son of Gideon Morgan and Mary Llewellyn Payne).

                    Children:

                 i.    Gideon Augustus Ivey5 Morgan, b. 27 Apr 1902.

                 ii.   Houston Mayo Morgan Jr., b. ABT 1905.

 

42.  Mary4 Sixkiller, (Jacob3, Cricket2, Sixkiller1) b. OCT 1873 in Indian Territory.  Mary has a daughter on the 1900 Indian Territory census, Bertha, born Aug 1893, possibly the same as Charlotte?

        She married AFT 1894, John Muskrat, b. MAR 1874 in Indian Territory, (son of Dave Muskrat and Polly Glass).

                    Children:

                 i.    Charlotte5 Muskrat, b. ABT 1894. She married (1) _____ Bunch.  She married (2) _____ Chuculate.

 

43.  Tailer4 Sixkiller, (Jacob3, Cricket2, Sixkiller1) b. ABT 1867, d. 1892.

        He married 6 Apr 1890, Emeline 'Emma' England, b. ABT 1871, (daughter of Samuel England and Sarah _____).

                    Children:

                 i.    Josie5 Swimmer, b. ABT 1892.

 

44.  Eliza4 Sixkiller, (Jacob3, Cricket2, Sixkiller1) b. 7 Mar 1870 in Indian Territory, buried in Spade Mt Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 1 Apr 1950 in Adair Co., Okla.

        She married 3 Jun 1888 in Piney, Goingsnake District, Cherokee Nation, James Robert Padgett, b. 24 Dec 1859 in South Carolina, (son of Terrell Padgett and Mary Edmondson) buried in Spade Mt Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 14 Sep 1952 in Adair Co., Okla.  James and his first wife, Lydia Bettis (a Cherokee), emigrated to Cherokee Nation West in 1881 with other families.  This was known as the North Carolina Emigration, when word was being spread inviting all Cherokee to move to the west where they would be given land and membership in the tribe.  Most were denied membership when they arrived, unless they had money or connections.

                    Children:

         106.  i.    Jacob Frank5 Padgett b. 20 Mar 1889.

         107.  ii.   Mariah Padgett b. 17 Mar 1892.

         108.  iii.   Annie Padgett b. 1 Mar 1894.

         109.  iv.  Jesse Padgett b. 26 May 1895.

                 v.   Robert L. Padgett, b. 28 Jul 1897, d. APR 1965 in Colorado Springs, CO, b. 23 Aug 1898.

                    He married Virgie Vandyke.

         110.  vi.  Luke Padgett b. 3 Apr 1899.

         111.  vii.  Perry Padgett b. 24 Aug 1901.

         112.  viii. Taylor Padgett b. 14 Feb 1904.

                 ix.  Oscar Padgett, b. 2 Feb 1906 in Indian Territory, d. 12 Apr 1974.

                    He married Corrine "Peggie" Watts, b. 1 Aug 1914, d. 11 Mar 1970.

         113.  x.   William Padgett b. 15 Jan 1908.

                 xi.  Lucy Faye Padgett, b. 20 Nov 1910 in Adair Co., Okla, d. 15 Jul 1986 in Adair Co., Okla.

                    She married 5 May 1930, Joe Leon Charles, b. 10 Feb 1910 in Westville, Okla, d. 11 Nov 1979 in Adair Co., Okla.

                 xii.  Ephraim Terrell Padgett, b. 3 Aug 1914 in Adair Co., Okla, buried in Spade Mt. Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 12 Dec 2001 in Sapulpa, Okla.  He married 4 Jan 1934, Edith Frances Nolan, (daughter of Robert Emmet Nolan and Lucinda Jane Bohannon).

 

45.  Isaac4 Blackwood, (Jennie3, Cricket2, Sixkiller1) b. ABT 1875, d. 22 Nov 1904 in Cherokee Nation.

        He married ABT 1897, Annie Gettingdown, b. ABT 1870, (daughter of Charles Gettingdown and Ah-hu-mah (Annie)).

                    Children:

         114.  i.    George5 Blackwood b. 5 Oct 1903.

                 ii.   Jennie Blackwood, b. 26 May 1897, d. 19 Aug 1916 in Adair Co., Okla.

                 iii.   Emma Blackwood, b. 20 Mar 1899.

 

46.  Lila4 Blackwood, (Jennie3, Cricket2, Sixkiller1) b. ABT 1879, d. 11 Apr 1897.

     She married Tom Swimmer, (son of Joe Swimmer and Sallie __________).

                    Children:

                 i.    Lewis5 Swimmer, b. AUG 1896, d. 24 Jun 1897.

                 ii.   Louvenia England.

                 iii.   Lulu Swimmer.  She married _____ Harry.

                 iv.  Nancy Swimmer, b. 1894 in Goingsnake District, I. T.

 

47.  Jane4 Blackwood, (Jennie3, Cricket2, Sixkiller1) b. ABT 1889, buried in Blackwood Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 1960.

        She married Benjamin F. Walkingstick, b. ABT 1882, (son of Edward Walkingstick and Sallie Bean) buried in Blackwood Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 9 Apr 1910 in Adair Co., Okla, d. AUG 1910 in Adair Co., Okla.

                    Children:

         115.  i.    Frances5 Walkingstick b. 1902.

         116.  ii.   Edna Walkingstick b. 2 Mar 1907.

                 iii.   Mary B. Walkingstick, b. 24 Aug 1908, buried in Blackwood Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 28 Apr 1971.  She married Jasper Bailey, b. 1909, (son of Steve Bailey and Josephine 'Josie' Elizabeth Watt) buried in Blackwood Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 1986. 

                 iv.  Ben F. Walkingstick Jr., b. 25 Dec 1910, buried in Blackwood Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 17 Jun 1989 in Oklahoma.  He married Helen F., b. 18 May 1921.

 

48.  Hooley4 Blackwood, (Jennie3, Cricket2, Sixkiller1) b. DEC 1872 in Goingsnake District, I. T., buried in Blackwood Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 22 Apr 1939 in Tahlequah, Okla.  Hooley states in Dawes testimony that his daughter Leona is actually the daughter of Jack Blackwood and Polly (aka Mollie, daughter of Ben Knight).

     He married (1) ABT 1900 in Goingsnake District, Julia Hammer, b. 14 Mar 1880, (daughter of John Hammer and Margaret "Peggy" Tehee) buried in Blackwood Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 6 Feb 1912 in Goingsnake District, (Adair Co., Okla).

                    Children:

         117.  i.    Youngbird "Bert"5 Blackwood b. 4 Jul 1893.

                 ii.   Lizzie Blackwood, b. 12 Sep 1900, d. 10 May 1904 in Goingsnake District, I. T.

                 iii.   Margaret Blackwood, b. ABT 1896.

                 iv.  Nannie Blackwood, b. ABT 1898.

                 v.   Ava Blackwood, b. ABT 1899.

                 vi.  John Blackwood, b. 1902.

         118.  vii.  Leona "Mary Jane" Blackwood b. ABT 1893.

     He married (2) Mollie (Polly) Knight, b. ABT 1874, (daughter of Ben Seeing or Knight and Sallie _____).

                    Children:

                 viii. James Blackwood, b. 7 Oct 1895, d. 8 Feb 1913 in near Baron, Okla.

 

49.  Nannie4 Sixkiller, (John3, Cricket2, Sixkiller1) b. 1883, d. 18 May 1940 in Adair Co., Okla.

     She married 23 Oct 1904 in Cherokee Nation, John Hogner, b. ABT 1871, (son of Ellis Hogner and Polly) buried in Blackwood Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 2 Apr 1938 in at home, Peavine Community, Okla.

                    Children:

         119.  i.    Nancy5 Hogner.

                 ii.   Kenny Hogner.

                 iii.   Jennie Hogner.

                 iv.  Tom Hogner.

 

50.  Ora4 Sixkiller, (John3, Cricket2, Sixkiller1) b. 1881 in Goingsnake District, d. 3 Jan 1933 in Adair Co., Okla.  Cherokee name is Jua-tie.

        She married (1) Charley Watt, b. 28 Aug 1873 in Goingsnake District, I. T., (son of Mush Watt and Ella Fodder) buried in Old Green Cemetery, Adair Co, Okla, d. 4 Jul 1959.

                    Children:

                 i.    Willie5 Watt.

        She married (2) William Hogner, b. ABT 1869, (son of Ellis Hogner and Polly _____).

                    Children:

         120.  ii.   Ellen Hogner b. 2 Feb 1906.

                 iii.   Emma Hogner.  She married Rogers Thornton, b. 3 Nov 1903, (son of James M. Thornton and Polly Watt) buried in Old Green Cemetery, Adair Co, Okla, d. 30 May 1953.  Roger’s Cherokee name was Ah-nee-la-gay (scattered).

                 iv.  Sam Hogner.

                 v.   Lula Hogner.

                 vi.  Mary Hogner.

 

51.  Marshall J. "Marsh"4 Wagnon, (Lucinda3, Cricket2, Sixkiller1) b. 15 Aug 1873 in Indian Territory, d. 10 May 1930 in Okla.

        He married (1) BEF 1901, Martha Elenore Langley, b. 1882 in Gilmer Co, GA, (daughter of Zachery Langley and Mary Waters).

                    Children:

                 i.    Julian Marquis5 Wagnon, b. 7 Jul 1901, d. OCT 1967.

        He married (2) Elizabeth Osborn, b. 1890, d. 1973.

                    Children:

         121.  ii.   Mary Elizabeth Wagnon b. 1920.

        He married (3) Lucinda Ragsdale, b. ABT 1880, (daughter of John Ragsdale and Jennie _____). Lucinda: 1890 Census [CN]: Tahlequah, 3385.  Dawes roll: card# 2321, roll# 23300.  Miller roll: Tahlequah, OK, ap# 29242, roll# 27090 as Lucy Tindell.

                    Children:

         122.  iii.   Fred Andrew Wagnon b. 24 Mar 1901.

 

52.  Edith4 Wagnon, (Lucinda3, Cricket2, Sixkiller1) b. 1875.

        She married 4 May 1894 in Washington Co., Arkansas, John Henry Gibbs, b. JUN 1867 in Alabama, (son of Henry B. Gibbs and Nancy Sparks) buried in Memorial Cemetery, Nowata, Okla, d. 17 Feb 1950.

                    Children:

                 i.    Thomas H.5 Gibbs, b. 1895.

                 ii.   James J. Gibbs, b. 1897, d. ABT 1957.

                 iii.   Vergie Gibbs, b. 1900.

                 iv.  Nellie Gibbs, b. 16 Sep 1902 in Goingsnake District, Cherokee Nation.

         123.  v.   Preston F. Gibbs b. 19 Feb 1905.

 

53.  Nancy Elizabeth4 Wagnon, (Lucinda3, Cricket2, Sixkiller1) b. 1877, buried in Martin Cemetery, Nowata Co., Okla, d. 1931.

        She married 27 Oct 1895 in Goingsnake District, Earley Forrest Ellis, b. 1872, buried in Martin Cemetery, Nowata Co., Okla, d. 1957.

                    Children:

                 i.    Arthur Tillman5 Ellis, b. 1896.

                 ii.   Walter Clarence Ellis, b. 20 Nov 1898.

                 iii.   Ernest Clifford Ellis, b. 7 Jun 1901, buried in Martin Cemetery, Nowata Co., Okla, d. APR 1967.

 

54.  James Franklin "Frank"4 Wagnon, (Lucinda3, Cricket2, Sixkiller1) b. 4 Oct 1881 in Goingsnake District, Cherokee Nation, d. 15 Dec 1940 in Caldwell, Idaho.

        He married 9 Jun 1905, Mary Barrett, b. 22 Aug 1885 in Goshen, Washington Co., AR, (daughter of William W. Barrett and Nancy Lou Mitchell) d. 1 Jan 1920 in Westville, Okla.

                    Children:

                 i.    Lola M.5 Wagnon, b. 1906.

 

55.  Thomas Jefferson4 Wagnon, (Lucinda3, Cricket2, Sixkiller1) b. 19 Nov 1889 in Goingsnake District, I. T., buried in New Hope Cemetery, Chance, Okla, d. 8 Jul 1953 in Westville, Okla.

        He married Ella P. Pack, b. 13 Nov 1896 in near Proctor, Goingsnake District, I. T., (daughter of Isaac J. Pack and Laura Belle Whitmire) buried in New Hope Cemetery, Chance, Okla, d. 9 Apr 1947 in Muskogee, Okla. 

               Friday, April 18, 1947   Westville Record

     Mrs. Ella WAGNON was born November 13,1897, to Mr. and Mrs. Isaac PACK at Proctor, Okla.[Indian Territory], and died April 9, 1947, at the age of 49 years, four months and 27 days. She is survived by her husband Tom WAGNON; two sons, Thomas and Randall; one daughter, Laura; two sisters, Mrs. Dave SMITH, and Mrs. James ARMSTRONG, both of Las Cruces, New Mexico; four brothers, Fred and Clayton PACK of Westville, Ted PACK of Stilwell and Floyd PACK of Newark, Ohio; also a host of friends and relatives. Funeral services were conducted Friday at Roberts Funeral Chapel by Rev. James SMITH, pastor of the Westville Baptist Church, and burial was in New Hope Cemetery, with Roberts Funeral Home, directing.

                    Children:

                 i.    Laura5 Wagnon, b. ABT 1922.

                 ii.   Thomas F. Wagnon, b. ABT 1919.

                 iii.   Randall Wagnon, b. 1924, buried in New Hope Cemetery, Chance, Okla, d. 1968.

 

56.  Dora May4 Horn, (Eliza3, Cricket2, Sixkiller1) b. ABT 1880 in Indian Territory.

        She married 12 Jul 1904, B. F. Epperson, b. ABT 1874.

                    Children:

                 i.    Charles William5 Horn, b. 30 Apr 1902 in Indian Territory, d. 1902 in Indian Territory.

                 ii.   Arthur R. Epperson, b. 2 Feb 1905 in Indian Territory.

 

57.  Mary Elizabeth4 Horn, (Eliza3, Cricket2, Sixkiller1) b. ABT 1882 in Indian Territory.

        She married 4 Jul 1900 in Vinita, I. T., John Edward "Ed" Caywood, b. ABT 1875.

                    Children:

                 i.    William M.5 Caywood, b. 30 Jun 1901.

 

58.  Eliza E.4 Sixkiller, (Sam3, Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 5 May 1870 in Tahlequah District, Cherokee Nation, buried in Tahlequah City Cemetery, Tahlequah, Okla, d. 7 May 1895 in Tahlequah, I.T.  There is an infant girl Evans buried (1892) beside Eliza, likely her daughter.

        She married (1) AFT 1889, Walter Evans, b. in Tennessee, (son of James Price Evans and Melvina Crutchfield) d. 1897.

                    Children:

                 i.    Walter N.5 Evans Jr., b. 30 Jan 1894.

                 ii.   Robert H. Evans, b. 23 Oct 1880.

                 iii.   James P. Evans, b. 12 Nov 1878.

                 iv.  Effie Minerva Evans, b. 8 Aug 1883.

                 v.   Walter Lee Evans, b. ABT 1891, d. ABT 1892.

        She married (2) BEF 1888, G. W. "Wash" Morgan, (son of George Washington Morgan) d. BEF 1893 in Tahlequah, I. T.

                    Children:

                 vi.  Minnie Frances Morgan, b. 14 Jan 1888.  Minnie was raised by her Uncle Frank & Aunt Martha Morgan after her parents passed away.

                 vii.  Lillie Morgan.  Frank Morgan states in his Dawes testimony that Lillie was raised in the family of his sister, Mrs. Stapler after Lillie's parents died.

 

59.  Emma 'Tookah'4 Sixkiller, (Sam3, Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 16 Jan 1872 in Cherokee Nation, buried in Masonic Cemetery, Del Rio, TX, d. 10 Jun 1927 in Del Rio, TX, b. 15 Jan 1876 in Cherokee Nation.  

               Washington Post- Aug 14th 1897 - MARRIED IN A CEMETERY, Prominent Cherokee Indians Made Partners for Life at Culpeper-  Rufus D. Ross and Miss Touka Sixkiller were married at the Federal Cemetery Lodge at this place by Rev. E. L. Goodwin, of the Episcopal Church, this morning at 9:40 o'clock. Supt. Dickson and family were the only outsiders present.

        She married (1) 13 Aug 1897 in Culpeper, Federal Cemetery Lodge, Rufus Daniel Ross, b. 21 Jul 1873 in Tahlequah District, Cherokee Nation, (son of Robert Bruce Ross and Fannie Delilah Thornton) buried in Tahlequah Cemetery, Tahlequah, Okla, d. 29 Sep 1946 in Tahlequah, Okla.

                    Children:

         124.  i.    Ray5 Ross b. 10 Feb 1898.

     She married (2) BEF 1907, __________ Garrett.

                    Children:

                 ii.   Dana Gray Garrett, b. 28 Aug 1910 in Texas, buried in Masonic Cemetery, Del Rio, Texas, d. 20 Jun 1911 in Del Rio, Texas.

                 iii.   Elbert H. Garrett, b. 8 Feb 1912 in Texas, buried in Masonic Cemetery, Del Rio, Texas, d. 10 Feb 1987.

 

60.  Cora4 Sixkiller, (Sam3, Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 4 Sep 1874 in Tahlequah, I. T., buried in Tahlequah City Cemetery, Tahlequah, Okla.

        She married 26 Dec 1894, Frank Nowlin McSpadden, b. 5 May 1866 in DeKalb Co., Alabama, (son of Thomas Kingsbury McSpadden and Elizabeth Jane Green) buried in Tahlequah City Cemetery, Tahlequah, Okla, d. 14 May 1907.

                    Children:

         125.  i.    Theodore Burton5 McSpadden b. 10 Oct 1895.

                 ii.   Nellie E. McSpadden, b. 24 Jun 1897.

                 iii.   Gertrude McSpadden, b. 8 Sep 1899.

 

61.  Frances 'Fannie' Edna4 Sixkiller, (Sam3, Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 16 Jan 1879 in Tahlequah, I. T.

        She married ABT 1902, Carl J. Haglund, b. FEB 1880 in Alabama, (son of _____ Haglund and Christine _____) buried in Tahlequah City Cemetery, Tahlequah, Okla, d. 13 Oct 1928.

                    Children:

                 i.    Marie Melba5 Haglund, b. 17 Aug 1903.

                 ii.   Hilda Haglund, b. ABT 1909.

                 iii.   Mayme Haglund, b. ABT 1914.

 

62.  James Thomas4 Sixkiller, (Sam3, Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 11 Feb 1874 in Indian Territory, buried in Zena Cemetery, Jay, Okla, d. 20 Aug 1964 in Jay, Okla.

        He married 26 Jun 1892 in White Water, Delaware District, I. T. (at the residence of her brother, Robert Hannon), Rosa May Hannon, b. 6 Jun 1874 in Pineville, MO, (daughter of Robert A. Hannon and Evaline Matison) buried in Zena Cemetery, Jay, Okla, d. 16 Jul 1967 in Jay, Okla.

                    Children:

         126.  i.    Hallie Mary5 Sixkiller b. 12 Sep 1903.

         127.  ii.   Ida May Sixkiller b. 3 Dec 1897.

         128.  iii.   Robert Milo Sixkiller b. 21 Oct 1895.

                 iv.  Samuel Loyd Sixkiller, b. 28 Jun 1913 in Delaware Co., Okla, buried in Lone Elm Cemetery, Claremore, Okla, d. 10 Aug 1995 in Claremore, Okla.  He married Lenora M. "Sally" Henderson, b. 21 Jan 1917 in Okla, buried in Lone Elm Cemetery, Claremore, Okla, d. 30 Aug 2006 in Claremore, Okla.

         129.  v.   Claude Lee Sixkiller b. 24 Jul 1893.

                 vi.  Bea Sixkiller.

         130.  vii.  Garner Franklin Sixkiller b. 10 May 1910.

         131.  viii. Roy Lee Sixkiller b. 18 Aug 1919.

                 ix.  Tom (Pleasant Thomas) Sixkiller, b. 21 Nov 1900, buried in Ketcher Cemetery, south of Grove, Okla, d. 1 Oct 1919 in Delaware Co., Okla.  Near Tom's grave is buried Lizzie Sixkiller, died Nov. 10, 1919.  Possibly his wife?  Also, the grave of Ruby Lou Sixkiller, infant, died Jan 1927.

 

63.  Pearl E.4 Holt, (Mary3, Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 15 Sep 1868 in Goingsnake District, d. 2 Feb 1959 in Tahlequah, Okla.

        She married 1890, Thomas Jackson Baggett, b. 1860 - 1865 in Alabama, d. SEP 1897.

                    Children:

         132.  i.    Julia5 Baggett b. ABT 1891.

                 ii.   Grace Baggett, b. ABT 1896.

                 iii.   Pearl E. "Mamie" Baggett, b. ABT 1894.

                 iv.  Daisy Baggett, b. 24 Jul 1897.

 

64.  Emma Caroline4 Holt, (Mary3, Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 2 Sep 1870 in Goingsnake District, Cherokee Nation, d. 10 Dec 1952 in San Antonio, TX.  On the 1880 roll as Emily Holt.

        She married 25 Aug 1889 in Goingsnake District, Thomas Alexander Cates, b.1 Jul 1864 in Wayne City, Illinois, (son of William M. Cates & Harriet M. Johnson) d.5-14-1958 in San Antonio, TX

                    Children:

         133.  i.    Leona Althea5 Cates b. 22 Aug 1890.

                 ii.   Edmond E. Cates, b. 1 Apr 1894, d. SEP 1971 in Los Angeles, Calif.

                 iii.   Raymond Cates.

                 iv.  Newton Lynne Cates, b. 2 Feb 1900, d. in about age 13.

                 v.   Owen Cates, b. 1905, d. Jan 1983 in Dallas, TX.

         134.  vi.  Thomas Alexander Cates b. 27 Oct 1914.

                 vii.  Dolly Cates, b. 10 Mar 1910.

                 viii. Sybil Elaine Cates, b. 22 Feb 1897.

                 ix.  Roy Cates, b. 1888, d. Aug 1974 in Dallas, TX.

 

65.  William Leonadis4 Holt, (Mary3, Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 14 Feb 1874 in Goingsnake District, Cherokee Nation, buried in Westville Cemetery, Westville, Okla, d. 7 Jun 1906 in Lincoln, AR.

        He married 25 Dec 1898 in Goingsnake District, Deborah Beaty, b. 24 Feb 1880 in Arkansas, (daughter of Francis Marion Beaty and Mary Jane Vawter) buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Phoenix, AR, d. 11 May 1953 in Phoenix, Arizona.  Deborah: According to her marriage license, Deborah was from Lincoln, Arkansas.

                    Children:

         135.  i.    Marcus Alonzo Hanna 'Mark'5 Holt b. 9 Jan 1903.

         136.  ii.   Olea Ethel 'Ola' Holt b. 29 Jul 1900.

         137.  iii.   Delmar Dee 'Delma' Holt b. 22 May 1905.

 

66.  Earl4 Holt, (Mary3, Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 25 Jul 1876.

        He married 1896, Anna Parker Beaty, b. ABT 1877 in Arkansas, (daughter of Alvin Beaty and Ella Wrightsman) d. 1968 in Fayetteville, AR.

                    Children:

                 i.    Thomas Beaty 'Trigger'5 Holt, b. 1 Jan 1900, d. 11 Nov 1941 in Fayetteville, AR.

                    He married 1939, Bertha Gilbreath.

                 ii.   London "Pearl" Holt, b. 25 Feb 1897, d. 1968 in Fayetteville, AR.  Lived in Los Angeles in 1941.  She married _____ Sielert or Seilers.

         138.  iii.   Jack (Preston Degraffenreid) Holt b. 2 May 1904.

                 iv.  Blanche Ella Holt, b. 1907, d. 1975 in Fayetteville, AR.  She married Clark Kiarulff.

 

67.  Mary 'Evaline'4 Holt, (Mary3, Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 30 Aug 1879.

        She married 10 Dec 1904 in Westville, I. T., James 'Oscar' Ramey, b. ABT 1881, (son of William Brown Ramey and Columbia Bassett). James: In 1907 Oscar was operating a store in Westville.

                    Children:

                 i.    Jaunita5 Ramey, b. 12 May 1908, d. 15 Dec 1991. She married AUG 1927, John C. Overbeck.

                 ii.   Morris Ramey, b. 20 Sep 1905, d. SEP 1985.  He married Anna Boatman, b. 9 Apr 1909, d. 28 Aug 2001.

                 iii.   William Leonadis "Leon" Ramey, b. 14 Feb 1914, d. JUL 1976. He married Ethel Carr.

         139.  iv.  Dorothy Ramey.

                 v.   France Ramey.

 

68.  Mary Mamie4 Sixkiller, (Lucas3, Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 1872, buried in Sixkiller Cemetery, Delaware County, Okla, d. 1960.

        She married (1) 1886, Senate W. Lowe, b. 1858, buried in Sixkiller Cemetery, Delaware County, Okla, d. 1910.

                    Children:

                 i.    William Selman5 Lowe, b. ABT 1887.

                 ii.   Flossie Lowe, b. ABT 1890.

                 iii.   Ralph Lowe, b. ABT 1893.

                 iv.  Louie Lowe, b. 8 Jan 1897.

                 v.   James Wilten Lowe, b. 3 Aug 1901.

     She married (2) _____ George.

 

69.  Clement Lulus4 Vann, (Caroline3, Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 12 Mar 1870 in Pryor Creek, Indian Territory.  Clem has a sister, Beatrice Alberty (born March 1886), and a niece, Ruby Uhls (born Aug 1899), living in his household on the 1900 Indian Territory census.

        He married 7 Nov 1894, Emma M. Cunningham, b. 2 Oct 1876 in Indian Territory, (daughter of Cicero Cunningham and Sarah Mccoy).

                    Children:

                 i.    Caroline Beatrice5 Vann, b. 19 Sep 1895 in Cherokee Nation.

                 ii.   Martha Elizabeth Vann, b. 11 Dec 1897 in Cherokee Nation.

                 iii.   Clement Morris Vann, b. 27 Sep 1900 in Cherokee Nation.

                 iv.  Alberta Sarah Vann, b. 3 Sep 1903 in Cherokee Nation.

                 v.   Joseph Cunningham Vann, b. 11 Aug 1905 in Cherokee Nation, d. 2 Nov 1906 in Pryor Creek, Cherokee Nation.

 

70.  Mary E.4 Vann, (Caroline3, Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 22 Aug 1874.

        She married 28 Jan 1893, Tip Cicero Mayes, b. 1 Jun 1873, (son of George Mayes and Susie Martin) buried in Fairview Cemetery, Vinita, Okla, d. 1932.

                    Children:

                 i.    Georgia Vann5 Mayes, b. 15 May 1895.

                 ii.   Joseph Aurion Mayes, b. ABT 1897.

                 iii.   Gladis Mildred Mayes, b. 20 Aug 1902.

                 iv.  Theadore Mayes, b. ABT 1905.

                 v.   Lewis Mayes, b. 1 Aug 1893, buried in George Mayes Cemetery, Mayes Co., Okla, d. 3 Oct 1893.

 

71.  Henry4 Sixkiller, (Martin3, Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 8 Dec 1896 in Indian Territory, buried in Alberty Cemetery, southeast of Pryor, Okla, d. 6 May 1919.

        He married ABT 1913, Bethel Stamper, b. 12 Dec 1896 in Kentucky, d. 5 Oct 1996 in Joshua Tree, San Bernardino Co., Calif.

                    Children:

                 i.    Hoolie Gordon5 Sixkiller, b. 1913, buried in Alberty Cemetery, southeast of Pryor, Okla, d. 1915.

                 ii.   Tommie Martin Sixkiller, b. 7 May 1917, buried in Alberty Cemetery, southeast of Pryor, Okla, d. 17 Nov 1926.

                 iii.   Henry Sixkiller Jr., b. 24 Aug 1918, buried in Alberty Cemetery, southeast of Pryor, Okla, d. 30 Aug 1918.

 

72.  Mary Ann4 Sixkiller, (Martin3, Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 21 Aug 1899 in east of Chouteau, Indian Territory, buried in Chouteau Cemetery, d. DEC 1965.  Page 19, Historical Highlights of Mayes County, states that Mary Ann was the youngest of 11 children.  See photo page 18.

        She married 3 Aug 1917, Edgar Baugh, b. 5 May 1897 in Chouteau, Indian Territory, (son of Joel Lindsey Baugh and Susan Adair "Dollie" Markham) buried in Chouteau Cemetery, d. SEP 1973.

                    Children:

         140.  i.    Dollie Belle5 Baugh.

         141.  ii.   Marjorie Jane Baugh.

         142.  iii.   Mary Ann Baugh.

 

73.  Maude4 Sixkiller, (Martin3, Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 11 Jul 1884 in Indian Territory, d. FEB 1974 in Jefferson Co., Colorado ?. 

        She married 6 Mar 1905 in Cherokee Nation, Joseph Campbell, b. 21 May 1876 in Chouteau, Cooweescoowee District, C. N., (son of _____ Myers and Sarah C. Rogers).

                    Children:

                 i.    Joseph M.5 Campbell, b. 27 Dec 1905, d. DEC 1983.

                 ii.   Edna May Campbell, b. 18 Oct 1906.

                 iii.   Clinton Albert Campbell, b. 11 Oct 1912, d. 17 Mar 2002.

                 iv.  Delora Campbell, b. 24 Apr 1915.

                 v.   Glenn Campbell, b. 26 Sep 1917, d. 14 Jan 1999.

                 vi.  Otis Ralph Campbell, b. 13 Mar 1921.

 

74.  Blanche4 Sixkiller, (Martin3, Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 8 Jan 1889 in Indian Territory, d. 18 Apr 1920.

 

        She married George Edward Bendure, b. 16 Nov 1874 in Delaware District, I. T., (son of James H. Bendure and Sarah Ann Ward) d. 18 Aug 1931 in Anderson, Missouri.

                    Children:

                 i.    Mack5 Bendure, b. 22 Jul 1906, d. 4 Jan 1937.

                 ii.   James Bendure, b. 17 Feb 1911, d. 15 May 1911.

                 iii.   Clarence Bendure, b. 26 Jul 1912, d. 28 Jun 1974.  He married Hazel Peterson, b. 24 Jul 1910, buried in Baxter Springs, KS, d. 25 May 1978.

                 iv.  Daughter Bendure.  She married Charlie Sweeton, b. 10 Aug 1903, d. 30 Nov 1966.

                 v.   Daughter Bendure.  She married _____ Anderson.

                 vi.  Daughter Bendure.  She married _____ Dizon.

 

75.  Hooley Bell4 Sixkiller, (Martin3, Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 5 Jul 1878.

        He married 14 Nov 1897, Lura Malicoate Ruddick, b. 27 Aug 1880 in Joplin, MO, d. 23 Mar 1966 in Louisiana, b. 27 Aug 1883 in Jasper Co., MO.  Lura's birth year on records varies from 1879 to 1884.

                    Children:

         143.  i.    Jesse Martin5 Sixkiller b. 23 Jan 1899.

 

76.  Lucy4 Sixkiller, (Joseph3, Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 16 Feb 1899, d. 30 Jul 1991.

        She married June 1919, Clarence C. "Tack" Barnes, b. 3 Oct 1895, d. 10 Sep 1974.

                    Children:

         144.  i.    Betty Jane5 Barnes.

                 ii.   Geneva Barnes.

                 iii.   Hooley Barnes.

                 iv.  Mary Ann Barnes.

                 v.   Nancy Ruth Barnes.

 

77.  Gracie4 Sixkiller, (Joseph3, Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 25 Feb 1901, buried in Hogan Cemetery, near Locust Grove, Okla, d. 22 Jul 1988.

        She married Jan 1923, John C. Cloud, b. 5 Jun 1899 in Lenapah, Indian Territory, (son of James Laomi Cloud and Sarah Jane Townsend) buried in Hogan Cemetery, NW of Locust Crove, Okla, d. 21 Mar 1990.

                    Children:

                 i.    Jo Henry5 Cloud.

 

78.  Cherokee4 Sixkiller, (Joseph3, Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 7 Jul 1903, d. 29 Mar 2000.

        She married (1) DEC 1921, Ed Claucine Cloud, b. 22 Jul 1903 in Lenapah, Indian Territory, (son of James Laomi Cloud and Sarah Jane Townsend) buried in Mountain Valley Cem., Joshua Tree, Calif, d. 2 May 1983 in Palm Springs, Calif.

                    Children:

                 i.    Jennie5 Cloud.

        She married (2) AFT 1925, Andy Arnold, b. 9 Feb 1915, d. 27 Dec 2003.

 

79.  Foreman "Six"4 Sixkiller, (Joseph3, Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 7 Jul 1911, d. 9 Dec 1985.

     He married (1) DEC 1930, Ruth Watts.

     He married (2) AFT 1945, Donna Allene Woody, b. 10 Mar 1929, d. 19 Sep 1996.

                    Children:

                 i.    Alpha5 Sixkiller.  She married July 1980, Mark Cheatwood.

                 ii.   Joey Sixkiller.

                 iii.   Jackie Sixkiller.

 

80.  Elsie4 Sixkiller, (Joseph3, Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 26 Sep 1914 in Locust Grove, Okla, buried in Ft. Gibson National Cemetery, d. 24 Jan 1984 in Muskogee, Okla.

        She married 25 Dec 1931 in Pryor, Okla, James William Smith, b. 10 Sep 1910 in Coulterville, Illinois, buried in Ft. Gibson National Cemetery, d. 4 Jun 1984 in Muskogee, Okla.

                    Children:

         145.  i.    Jacqueline 'Jacki'5 Smith (details excluded).

         146.  ii.   James Foreman Smith b. 3 Oct 1932.

         147.  iii.   Sandra Jeanette Smith (details excluded).

 

81.  Eula Marvalene "Jackie"4 Sixkiller, (Joseph3, Redbird2, Sixkiller1) b. 1 Jan 1920, d. 3 Mar 2005.

        She married 16 Dec 1940 in Siloam Springs, AR, H.V. Cook, b. 11 Nov 1919 in Locust Grove, Okla, (son of Alvy Rosco Cook and Lillie Mounts) buried in Hogan Cemetery, near Locust Grove, Okla, d. 29 Jan 1994.

                    Children:

                 i.    Karen5 Cook.

 

82.  Annie Sapphire4 Cloud, (Samuel3, Lucinda2, Sixkiller1) b. 5 Mar 1867 in Cooweescoowee District, Cherokee Nation, buried in Hogan Cemetery, NW of Locust Crove, Okla, d. 8 Dec 1930 in Locust Grove, Okla.  See story: Historical Highlights of Mayes County, page 149.

        She married 28 Jul 1883 in Saline District, Cherokee Nation, Charles Oscar Karney, b. 25 Jan 1861 in Sulphur Springs, TX, buried in Hogan Cemetery, near Locust Grove, Okla, d. 14 Nov 1939.  Charles: After Oklahoma became a state in 1907, Charley was elected as the first county commissioner for the 3rd district of Mayes County in 1908.

                    Children:

         148.  i.    Mary Ann5 Karney b. 5 Oct 1884.

                 ii.   Austin Levi Karney, b. 19 Feb 1889, buried in Hogan Cemetery, NW of Locust Crove, Okla, d. 15 Sep 1971.

                 iii.   Maggie Elizabeth Karney, b. 29 Dec 1891, d. 3 Aug 1920.

                 iv.  Frank O'Donell Karney, b. 23 May 1895, d. 13 Sep 1971.

                 v.   William Valentine Karney, b. 22 Aug 1901 in Cherokee Nation, buried in Hogan Cemetery, NW of Locust Crove, Okla, d. 13 Apr 1945.

                 vi.  Charles Oscar Karney, b. ABT 1906.

                 vii.  Annie Cloud Karney, b. 6 Aug 1906 in Locust Grove, Indian Territory, d. 12 Aug 1906 in Locust Grove, Indian Territory.

                 viii. Curtis Bryan Karney, b. 7 Dec 1908, d. 10 May 1998.

                 ix.  Daughter Karney, b. 10 Oct 1886 in Locust Grove, Indian Territory, d. 22 Jul 1887.

                 x.   Daughter Karney, b. 3 Jan 1891 in Locust Grove, Indian Territory, d. 5 Jan 1891 in Locust Grove, Indian Territory.

                 xi.  Daughter Karney, b. 17 Oct 1893 in Locust Grove, Indian Territory, d. 22 Jul 1894.

                 xii.  Son Karney, b. 4 Jul 1899 in Locust Grove, Indian Territory, d. 4 Jul 1899 in Locust Grove, Indian Territory.

 

83.  Wutty4 Cloud, (Samuel3, Lucinda2, Sixkiller1) b. 28 May 1869 in Cherokee Nation, d. 24 Dec 1894 in Locust Grove, Cherokee Nation.  English name would have been Bettie or Betsy or Elizabeth.

        She married Marion Lemons.

                    Children:

                 i.    Leslie W.5 Lemons, b. 1892.  Miller roll app # 9812.

                 ii.   Roy V. Lemons, b. 1894.  Miller roll app # 9811.

 

84.  Henry Lewis4 Cloud, (Samuel3, Lucinda2, Sixkiller1) b. 5 Nov 1872 in Cherokee Nation, d. 12 Jan 1958 in Wellston, Okla.  Cherokee name was Oo-la-gah.

        He married (1) 16 Feb 1893 in Foyil, Cherokee Nation, Mary Louisa "Lula" Tinsley, b. MAR 1875 in Clay Co., Missouri, (daughter of Dr. Benjamin S. Tinsley and Mary J. Gilbert) d. ABT 1904.

                    Children:

                 i.    James Henry5 Cloud, b. 5 Sep 1899.

                 ii.   Samuel Cloud, d. in about 5 years old.

                 iii.   Lelia Cloud, b. JUN 1896, d. ABT 1899 in infancy.

        He married (2) ABT 1902, Martha J. "Mattie" Wade, b. 6 Oct 1886.

                    Children:

                 iv.  Riley H. Cloud, b. 16 Nov 1904.

                 v.   Lucile Cloud, b. 2 Dec 1905.

        He married (3) 1921, Ruby May Fuhrmann.

 

85.  Joshua4 Cloud, (Samuel3, Lucinda2, Sixkiller1) b. 6 Oct 1874 in Locust Grove, Cherokee Nation, d. 20 Sep 1958 in Tahlequah, Okla.  When Joshua was attending school at the Cherokee Orphan Asylum eight miles east of Pryor Creek, Indian Territory, his principal teacher was W. W. Hastings.

        He married (1) FEB 1903 in Cherokee Nation, Maud May Pender.

                    Children:

                 i.    Annie Lee5 Cloud, b. ABT 1904.

        He married (2) 1939, Neeta Marie Beldon.

 

86.  Noah Samuel4 Cloud, (Samuel3, Lucinda2, Sixkiller1) b. 26 Jan 1883 in Saline District, Cherokee Nation, d. 14 Oct 1949 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

        He married (1) FEB 1904, Dora A. Batsel, b. ABT 1884.

                    Children:

                 i.    Daughter5 Cloud, b. 22 Feb 1907.

        He married (2) AFT 1907, Ida Cleo Beaver.

 

87.  Lizzie4 Goingwolfe, (Julia3, Lucinda2, Sixkiller1) b. SEP 1868 in Goingsnake District, Cherokee Nation, d. Jan 1933.  Cherokee name was Lee-see.

        She married (1) 10 Mar 1903 in Cherokee Nation, Charley Watt, b. 28 Aug 1873 in Goingsnake District, I. T., (son of Mush Watt and Ella Fodder) buried in Old Green Cemetery, Adair Co, Okla, d. 4 Jul 1959.

                    Children:

                 i.    Jeanetta "Jennie"5 Watt, b. 3 Jun 1900.

                 ii.   Ada Watt, b. 27 Jul 1905, buried in Reese Cemetery, Adair Co., Okla, d. 1943.

        She married (2) ABT 1882, William Terrell, b. ABT 1854, (son of Nick Terral and Agy 'Co-dah-yea' Fourkiller) d. 1898 in Cherokee Nation.  William’s Cherokee name was William Tar-chi-chi.

                    Children:

                 iii.   Charles D. Terrell, b. 28 Jul 1890 in Barren, Goingsnake District, Cherokee Nation.

                 iv.  William Mck. Terrell, b. 7 Mar 1891 in Barren, Goingsnake District, Cherokee Nation.

                 v.   Dennis E. Terrell, b. 19 Aug 1893 in Barren, Goingsnake District, Cherokee Nation.

                 vi.  Lucinda M. Terrell, b. 11 Mar 1896 in Barren, Goingsnake District, Cherokee Nation, buried in Terrell Cemetery, d. 9 Aug 1913 in Baron, Okla.

         149.  vii.  Sarah Elizabeth Terrell b. DEC 1883.

 

88.  Charlotte4 Bushyhead, (Martha3, Frog2, Sixkiller1) b. 22 Jan 1890 in Claremore, Okla., buried in Bushyhead Family Cemetery, Rogers Co., Okla, d. 20 Dec 1965 in Claremore, Okla.

        She married Dave Littledave, b. ABT 1880 in Cherokee Nation, (son of Ike Littledave and Nellie __________).

                    Children:

         150.  i.    Annie Ben Littledave5 (Walls) b. 21 Aug 1910.

         151.  ii.   Ruth Iona Lacey Littledave b. 23 Aug 1915.

 

89.  Emma "Annie"4 Bushyhead, (Martha3, Frog2, Sixkiller1) b. 5 Jul 1877 in near Grand River, Cherokee Nation.

        She married 28 Apr 1894, Thomas T. Fletcher, b. 4 Aug 1869 in Indian Territory, (son of Ad Fetcher and Mary _____).

                    Children:

                 i.    Martha5 Fletcher, b. 14 Mar 1896 in Indian Territory.

                 ii.   Maggie Fletcher, b. 4 Mar 1899 in Indian Territory.

                 iii.   Mary Fletcher, b. 15 Oct 1901.

                 iv.  Willie H. Fletcher, b. 19 Jan 1905.

 

90.  Clara Vann4 Bushyhead, (Elizabeth3, Frog2, Sixkiller1) b. 1872 in Goingsnake District, Cherokee Nation, d. AFT 1906.

        She married 1894, George Washington "Jack" Quinton, b. ABT 1851, (son of John Quinton and Nellie _____).

                    Children:

                 i.    Noah5 Quinton, b. ABT 1895.

                 ii.   Nannie Mae Quinton, b. NOV 1897.

 

91.  Kathleen "Katie" C.4 Sixkiller, (Isaac3, Frog2, Sixkiller1) b. 19 Jul 1886 in Indian Territory, d. 6 Oct 1920.  Cherokee name was Ka-da.

        She married March 1908, Lewis M. Wilkes, b. 25 Aug 1882 in Illinois, d. 4 Nov 1934 in Missouri.

                    Children:

         152.  i.    Lillian Royce5 Kirkpatrick-Wilkes b. 23 Apr 1906.

                 ii.   Irene Neoma Wilkes, b. 16 Jan 1909 in Tahlequah, Okla, d. 15 Feb 1976 in Michigan.

                    She married 20 Dec 1924 in Michigan, Albert Thomas Slate, b. 9 May 1906 in Arkansas, d. 17 Nov 1994 in Michigan.

                 iii.   Clever Wilkes.

 

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