The 1933 Mississippi Choctaw Claimants came from the National Archives and was posted in the newspaper in Biloxi/Gulfport, Mississippi, in November of 1935. We present it here as a genealogy research tool for those looking for a possible Native American connection in Mississippi.
I. C. Allen
A. J. Anderson
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I am researching to see if Frank Gee is the son of John W Gee a Mississippi Choctaw
Descendant of HOPIA. My family is Harrington. My grandfather was William Bailey Harrington was born in 1896 in Holmes County, Mississippi. Despite all documentation, oral history, language and traditions, we were never permitted to enroll. Any help to join Mississippi Band is appreciated. Thank you!
I cannot find the “Cs” in the online list of Mississippi Choctaw claims 1933. I am researching my sons Choctaw heritage and believe their great grandmother Addie Viola Loper Currie was full blood. Thank you.