List 1, Seminoles

List of Seminoles whose names were omitted from final rolls because no application was made or by reason of mistake or oversight. Shows the names of 8 persons, all children, living March 4. 1905, the date fixed by the act approved March 3, 1905 (33 Stat. 1048, 1071), authorizing the enrollment of Seminole children.

Seminoles By Blood

1. Albert, Johnson

Born March 7, 1902; living October 22, 1910; male: five-eighths Indian blood-one-half Creek and one-eighth Seminole. Father: Prince Albert. Creek roll. No. 7100; full blood. Mother: Lucy Chupco. Seminole roll. No. 3414: one-fourth blood. Child was living in the Creek Nation and was overlooked by the Seminole Band chief when the Seminole rolls were made.

2. Davis, Lina

Born March 3, 1905; living December 19, 1910; female; three-fourths blood. Father: Thompson Davis, Seminole roll. No. 1277; full blood. Mother: Lucinda Davis, formerly Taylor, Seminole roll. No. 167 one-half blood.

3. Hulwa, Cora

Born October 27, 1904; living November 9, 1910; female: full blood. Father: John Hulwa. Seminole roll. No. 1768; full blood. Mother Sally Hulwa, Seminole roll, No. 1769; full blood.

4. Jones, Joseph S.

Born January 1.1905; living December 29,1910; male; one-fourth blood.

5. Jones, Edward

Born January 1, 1905; died. July 30, 1905; male; one-fourth blood. Father: David O. Jones; white. Mother: Selder Jones, Seminole roll, No. 329; one-half blood.

6. Paddy, Elsie

Born March 4, 1903; living October 31, 1910; female; full blood. Father: Levi Paddy, or Cheparney, Seminole roll, No. 1574; full blood. Mother: Mesale. Seminole roll, No. 480; full blood.

7. Tiger, Willie

Born March 29, 1904; living November 21, 1910; male; full blood. Father: Peter Tiger, Seminole roll, No. 71; full blood. Mother: Mary Tiger, formerly Johnson, Seminole roll, No. 1380; full blood.

8. Washington, Witness

Born April 15,1904; died September 16,1905; male; full blood. Father: George Washington, Seminole roll, No. 413; full blood. Mother: Hepsey Washington, Seminole roll, No. 414; full blood.


Topics:
History, Seminole,

Collection:
United States Congress. Five Civilized Tribes In Oklahoma, Reports of the Department of the Interior and Evidentiary Papers in support of S. 7625, a Bill for the Relief of Certain Members of the Five Civilized Tribes in Oklahoma, Sixty-second Congress, Third Session. Department of the Interior, United States. 1913.

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