CHOCTOW HERITAGE

I did buy the "Choctaw Heritage" by Betty Jean Ward Poulin from Amazon.com for $174+s&h and reading page by page and just now half way through, p.289. Will send whatever I find to Marie in Iowa.
LuJuana Cartwright Lipscomb 78 yr D-W-F
Carthage, TX
LuJuana Lipscomb [txcuz@hotmail.com]

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LUJUANA, thanks.
JOE SELLERS contributed the JAMES MARLOWE BOOK to our SELLERS PAGES. Very Helpful.

I DON'T believe we have the Choctaw Heritage extractions. Please send any. All spellings. Thanks, marie, iowa

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Choctaw Heritage, p. 309: First is Isaac Hickman, an early settler of Welchneck, PA, served in the militia for expedition to Fort Prince George in 1759. Moved South and m. Elizabeth Hickman. William Hickman, s/o Isaac and Elizabeth Hickman (b. 3/14/1732--d. 4/17/1816) m white
Mary Mc Pherson and a Choctaw wife named Lettice Cole. William Hickman
served in Rev War, 11/15/1774 (D.A.R., Brig. Major; Pay Voucher of
4/16/1777.) Paris (s/o Wm. b. 1774--d. 5/21/1816) m. white Mary Alexander and Choctaw Phoebe Taylor of MS, some white, some Choctaw. Children were listed as white.

Samuel Fraser Hickman (s/o of Paris) b. 1815, lived in the Bogue Chitto Clan in Neshobe (wolf) Co., MS. No whites allowed here, located in Chief Mosholatubee's district of the Choctaw Nation.. He m. Lucy Fille mor tubbee, b. 1820. He spoke broken English or Choctaw when he visited the white Hickmans in Harrison Co., MS. [Earlier times she was Phille moon tubbee. Tubbee was a title (surname) for Great Warrior.]

[1740 and have almost gotten to Tabitha Hickman Ward. My eyes are 6' from TV screen so maybe errors. Dtr. Kathi has Dr. appt. Fri in Tyler so maybe can't get back until Sat.]

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In a message dated 6/7/2010 3:47:22 P.M. Central Daylight Time, txcuz31@live.com writes:
E-mail #1 of 1981 book by Betty Jeanne Ward Poulin pg309 e first part of our family tree will be ISAAC HICKMAN whose son, WILLIAM HICKMAN, fought in the Rev. War. To the best of our knowledge he had a white wife named MARY Mc PHERSON and a CHOCTAW wife named LETTICE COLE.
PARIS HICKMAN, a son of WILLIAM HICKMAN m. MARY ALEXANDER also PHOEBE TAYLOR of Mississippi so we have white wives/children and CHOCTAW wives/children. These men enrolled their children as white on the Government census as at that time, Indians had rights, and considered the whites as savages.
SAMUEL FRASER HICKMAN, a son of PARIS HICKMAN, lived in the BOGUE CHITTO CLAN IN NESHOBA county, Mississippi. H.S. Halbert, a noted historian of the time, tells us that no whites were allowed in the BOGUE CHITTO CLAN, and W.W. Clairborne adds that no missionaries, whites, schools, churches were allowed as the BOGUE CHITTO CLAN as it was a Clan of Warriors located in CHIEF MOSHOLATUBBEE'S district in the CHOCTAW NATION.
SAMUEL FRASER HICKMAN m. LUCY FILLE mor tubbee of the CHOCTAW NATION. He spoke broken English or Choctaw when he came to visit the white side of his relatives in HARRISON Co., Mississippi
FILLE mor tubbee is the current spelling. Earlier was PHILLE moon tubbee. TUBBEE was a title and was always put at end of his name. It meant warrior who has killed or great warrior or hunters of the tribe.
In the late 1600s, ISAAC HICKMAN was an early settler of Welchneck tract, close to Society Hill, eighteen to twenty miles up DeeDee from Jerrie's Creek, Pennsylvania. He served in the militia during the expedition to Fort Prince George in 1759. ISAAC HICKMAN moved south and married ELIZABETH HICKMAN.
CHILDREN:
WILLIAM HICKMAN b. 14 March 1732; d. 17 April 1816
ELIZABETH HICKMAN b.
JOSHUA HICKMAN b.
SAMUEL HICKMAN b.
MATILDA HICKMAN b.
SARAH HICKMAN b. 7 Feb 1743
MARY HICKMAN b. 7 Dec 1740 [sic ?]
WILLIAM HICKMAN, son of ISAAC, SERVED IN THE Rev. War. He vowed to oppose the British on 15 Dec 1774. (From the DAR Records.) WILLIAM HICKMAN held the rank of Brigade Major. Pay voucher of 16 April 1777 for $53.00."
Next will be pg. 310 for the Choctaw Hickmans. I should have done this as doc., but my TIA got me first As this was "home grown", I've cleaned up what I could. Margie, I'm depending on you to see this gets to Marie. Now if I can stop falling, will try to finish what I can. Best $175 I'VE ever spent.
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Are there any unknown cuz's out there?? Contact me at: VThomp7983@aol.com <mailto:VThomp7983@aol.com> Generation No. 1 1. Isaac1 Hickman (Source: Betty Jeanne Ward Poulin, Choctaw Heritage, (Copyright 1981), 310, Isaac Hickman was an early settler of Welchneck tract, close to Society Hill, eighteen to twenty miles up DeeDee from Jerries Creek, Pennsylvania. He served in the militia during the expedition to Fort Prince George, in 1759. Isaac Hickman moved south and married.) was born Abt. 1690. He married Elizabeth Hickman. Notes for Isaac Hickman: wrote by Jane Hickman-Hearon THE HICKMAN FAMILY THE HICKMAN FAMILY EMIGRATED TO AMERICA FROM THE BRITISH ISLES AND BY THE EARLY 1700'S ISAAC AND ELIZABETH HICKMAN HAD MIGRATED FROM VIRGINIA TO SOUTH CAROLINA. THEIR SON WILLIAM WAS BORN THERE IN 1735. WILLIAM'S SON PARIS AND FAMILY WERE LIVING IN SOUTH CAROLINA IN 1820, ALABAMA IN 1830, AND HAD MOVED TO NESHOBA COUNTY MISSISSIPPI BY 1835 SETTLING NEAR THE CHOCTAW RESERVATION WEST OF THE PEARL RIVER. PARIS' CHILDREN WILLIAM AUSTIN, SAMUEL FRASER, LADSON, ROBERT, TABITHA AND FAMILIES SETTLED IN THE CHOCTAW NATION. IN 1840 SAMUEL FRASER, MARRIED LUCY FILLE MON TUBBEE, A MEMBER OF THE BOGUE CHITO CLAN, AND SAM HELPED SETTLE HER FAMILY IN THE CHOCTAW NATION. SAM AND LUCY MADE TWO ABORTED ATTEMPTS TO MOVE, IN 1849 AND 1853, EACH TIME RETURNING TO MISSISSIPPI DUE TO EPIDEMICS RAGING IN THE NATION. THE THIRD ATTEMPT IN 1860 WAS SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED AND THEY SETTLED NEAR SCULLY VILLE, WHERE SAM BRED AND RAISED PAINT PONIES. SAM'S FAMILY'S LAND ALLOTMENTS WERE IN THE HEAVENER AREA. WILLIAM AUSTIN'S SON, WILLIAM PARIS WAS A CONFEDERATE VETERAN, AND BEING DISSATISFIED WITH THE RECONSTRUCTION GOVERNMENT IN MISSISSIPPI, TRAVELED WEST TO FT. SMITH BY RAIL AND STEAMSHIP IN 1869. 1870 HIS PARENTS, WITH A GROUP OF WHITE AND INDIAN FAMILIES--HICKMAN, MORRIS, MOORE AND DONALD--CAME OVERLAND IN THIRTY OX-DRAWN COVERED WAGONS TO INDIAN TERRITORY FROM PHILADELPHIA, MISSISSIPPI VIA MEMPHIS AND FT. SMITH. THE MOVE TOOK SIX MONTHS. EVERY NIGHT AFTER SUPPER THEY WOULD CLEAR OFF THE CAMPSITE AND HAVE A BIG DANCE. WILLIAM PARIS RETURNED TO MISSISSIPPI IN 1871 AND MARRIED ARELIA LEE, DAUGHTER OF EVAN LUDBROOK AND NANCY MCINTYRE LEE, STAYING THERE UNTIL 1877 WHEN THEY MOVED TO INDIAN TERRITORY, SETTLING AT POCOLA, NEAR MANY FAMILIES FORMERLY THEIR NEIGHBORS IN MISSISSIPPI. EVAN LUDBROOK LEE WAS A DESCENDENT OF RICHARD AND ISABELA SMYTH PACE, WHO ARRIVED IN JAMESTOWN ABOUT 1610. IN 1620, THEY PATENTED A PLANTATION--PACES PAINES--ON THE SOUTHSIDE OF THE JAMES RIVER. IT WAS THERE THAT THE YOUNG INDIAN CHANCO, A CHRISTIAN CONVERT LIVING IN THEIR HOME, WAS INSTRUCTED TO SLAY PACE DURING THE NIGHT BEFORE THE INDIAN MASSACRE OF MARCH 22, 1621/22. INSTEAD, CHANCO AWAKENED HIM AND REVEALED THE PLOT TO ANNIHILATE THE COLONISTS. AFTER SECURING HIS PLANTATION, PACE ROWED THE FOUR MILES ACROSS THE RIVER TO JAMESTOWN, WARNING GOVERNOR WYATT OF THE IMPENDING ATTACK. THE ALARM WAS ISSUED, THE FORT SECURED, AND RUNNERS SENT TO WARN NEARBY SETTLEMENTS, REMOVING THE ELEMENT OF SURPRISE AND MANY LIVES WERE SAVED. HOWEVER, THE WARNING CAME TOO LATE FOR MANY OF THE OUTLYING PLANTATIONS AND MANY DEATHS OCCURRED. AMONG THOSE SLAIN WAS SAMUEL MAYCOCK OF MAYCOCK'S HUNDRED LOCATED 40 MILES UPRIVER FROM JAMESTOWN. MAYCOCK WAS A CAMBRIDGE SCHOLAR, AN ORDAINED MINISTER, AND, IN 1619 AS A MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL OF STATE, PARTICIPATED IN THE FIRST GENERAL ASSEMBLY CONVENED IN VIRGINA. GEORGE PACE, SON OF RICHARD, MARRIED SAMUEL MAYCOCK'S DAUGHTER SARAH AND ESTABLISHED THE PACE FAMILY IN AMERICA. AMONG THE DESCENDANTS OF THIS FAMILY IN PITTSBURG COUNTY ARE THE HICKMAN, LEE, ALLFORD, AND MILLER FAMILIES; ALSO, CLYDE STRICKLAND, PEGGY GIVENS AND PALMER PACE. GEORGE SOLD PACES PAINES IN 1635. THE PLANTATION IS PRESENTLY OWNED BY THE ELAY FAMILY, WHO RESIDE IN THE MANSION MOUNT PLEASANT BUILT IN THE 1700'S. IN A PEACEFUL SECLUDED AREA, THE SERENE VIEW OF THE RIVER REVEAL NONE OF THE STRUGGLE TO ESTABLISH THE COLONY SUFFERED BY THE COLONISTS. NEARBY, IN A SMALL BURIAL GROUND OVERSHADOWED BY AN LARGE WEEPING WILLOW, LIE THE REMAINS OF MANY OF THOSE WHOSE LIVES WERE SPENT ON PACES PAINES. MAYCOCK'S HUNDRED WAS HELD IN TRUST FOR SARAH UNTIL SHE REACHED HER MAJORITY AND WAS INHERITED HER SON RICHARD IN 1655. THERE IS NO PROOF HE SOLD MAYCOCK'S HUNDRED BUT ROGER DRAYTON OWNED IT IN 1696. THE SITE LIES 8 MILES EAST OF THE BENJAMIN HARRISON BRIDGE AND IS NOW A GAME AND WILDLIFE REFUGE. NANCY MCINTYRE LEE, ARELIA'S MOTHER, WAS BORN IN HIGHLANDS OF SCOTLAND IN 1824 AND CAME TO AMERICA WHEN SHE WAS SIX YEARS OLD. SHE GREW UP IN NESHOBA COUNTY WHERE SHE LIVED WITH AN ELDERLY UNCLE. NANCY SPOKE GAELIC, CHOCTAW, AND ENGLISH. SPEAKING A MIXTURE OF ALL THREE, FAMILY MEMBERS SAY SHE NEVER FINISHED A SENTENCE. ACCORDING TO SOME FAMILY MEMBERS, SARAH P. MCADORY HICKMAN, MOTHER OF WILLIAM PARIS, WAS THE GRANDDAUGHTER OF A CHOCTAW MEDICINE MAN, AND TREATED PEOPLE WITH HERBS AND NATURAL REMEDIES. BEN, WILLIAM PARIS'S SON SAID FOLKS CALLED HIS GRANDMOTHER AN "INDIAN MEDICINE WOMAN", AND PEOPLE CAME FROM MILES AROUND IN SEARCH OF HER HEALING POWERS AND HOME REMEDIES. THERE WAS A POST OFFICE NAMED HICKMAN IN NORTHEASTERN HASKELL COUNTY NEAR THE ARKANSAS RIVER FROM 3 OCTOBER 1894 TO 6 JULY 1898, NAMED FOR W.P. HICKMAN, A PROMINENT CHOCTAW. WILLIAM PARIS FARMED NEAR POCOLA AND BLAINE BEFORE MOVING HIS FAMILY TO THE NEWMAN--NOW STIGLER--AREA IN 1891 WHERE HE AND HIS SONS FARMED. CROPS RAISED THERE DURING THAT TIME INCLUDED BLACK EYED PEAS, COTTON, CORN AND SORGHUM MOLASSES. DEER AND WILD TURKEY WERE PLENTIFUL AND THERE WERE WILD HOGS IN THE AREA. W. P. HAD "HOG DOGS" THAT WOULD CATCH THE HOGS AS THEY RAN THROUGH THE UNDERBRUSH, AND THE BOYS AT HOME WOULD HAVE THE WATER BOILING READY FOR THE KILL. WILLIAM PARIS DIED IN STIGLER 28 NOVEMBER 1908 AND ARELIA DIED 25 MARCH 1922. THEY ARE BURIED IN THE STIGLER CEMETERY. BORN TO WILLIAM PARIS AND ARELIA WERE TEN CHILDREN: SARAH JANE, EVAN AUSTIN, JAMES MARTIN, JOHN BENJAMIN, IDA, CALLIE, EUGENE, ROBERT, MARY PAULINE, AND BARBARA. SEVERAL OF WILLIAM PARIS' CHILDREN LIVED IN PITTSBURG COUNTY FOLLOWING STATEHOOD: CALLIE WAS MARRIED TO JAMES GILSTRAP AND THEY LIVED AT SCIPIO; HICKMAN, A POST OFFICE IN WESTERN PITTSBURG COUNTY WAS NAMED FOR EUGENE, POSTMASTER IN 1914; ROBERT WAS LIVING AT SCIPIO WITH HIS BROTHER EVAN AUSTIN WHEN HE DIED 28 FEB 1915; BARBARA "BARB" LIVED IN SCIPIO IN 1917-18; SEE RELATED ARTICLES ABOUT EVAN AUSTIN "BUD", JAMES MARTIN "MART", AND JOHN BENJAMIN "BEN". SOURCES: RECORDS OF THE VIRGINIA COMPANY VOL III EDITED BY SUSAN MYRA KINGSBURY HISTORY OF THE PACE FAMILY COMPLIED BY FREDA REID TURNER THE HUGUENOT MILLERS BY MARGARET MILLER WHITE CHOCTAW HERITAGE BY BETTY PULLIN U. S. CENSUS PERSONAL KNOWLEDGE ------------------------------------------ Isaac and Elizabeth Hickman were in South Carolina in 1735 when their son William was born. (DAR records) In 1746, Isaac was granted a plat of 450 acres in Craven County, South Carolina. (South Carolina Archives--Colonial Plats.). Children of Isaac Hickman and Elizabeth Hickman are: 2i. Elizabeth2 Hickman. 3ii. Joshua Hickman. 4iii. Samel Hickman. 5iv. Matilda Hickman. 6v. Sarah Hickman, born February 7, 1743. 7vi. Mary Hickman, born December 7, 1740. +8vii. William Hickman, born March 14, 1732; died April 17, 1816. Generation No. 2 8. William2 Hickman (Isaac1) (Source: Betty Jeanne Ward Poulin, Choctaw Heritage, (Copyright 1981), 310, William Hickman, son of Isaac Hickman, served in the Revolutionary War. He vowed to oppose the British on November 15, 1774. (From D.A.R. Records) William Hickman held the rank of Brigade Major. (Pay voucher of April 16, 1777 for $53.00).) was born March 14, 1732, and died April 17, 1816. He married (1) Mary McPherson. He married (2) Lettice Cole(Choctaw). Notes for William Hickman: William had 2 wife's, 1 white wife, 1 Choctaw wife Children of William Hickman and Mary McPherson are: +9i. Paris3 Hickman, born Bef. 1774; died June 21, 1838. 10ii. Ann Hickman, born Bef. 1790. 11iii. Jane Hickman. 12iv. Joshua Hickman, born 1780-1790. 13v. Marcy Hickman, born Bef. 1790. 14vi. Sarah Hickman. 15vii. Lettice Hickman. 16viii. Elizabeth Hickman. 17ix. Mary Hickman, born August 2, 1768. She married John Baxter Fraser. 18x. Jane Hickman. 19xi. Sarah Hickman. 20xii. Lettice Hickman. 21xiii. Joshua Hickman, born Abt. 1785. He married Susannah Ellis in Winston, Mississippi. +22xiv. Ann Hickman, born Bef. 1790. 23xv. Marcy Hickman, born Bef. 1790. She married Robert Ellis Generation No. 3 9. Paris3 Hickman (William2, Isaac1) (Source: Betty Jeanne Ward Poulin, Choctaw Heritage, (Copyright 1981), 310, Paris Hickman married Mary Margaret Alexander, he also married Phoebe Taylor in Mississippi, (Choctaw) ....Paris is also said to have married in Mississippi to Pheobe Taylor. Many Choctaw Hickmans come from this line. These sons spoke Choctaw and broken English. The Bogue Chitto Clan in the old Nation did not allow white people in their clan, no schools or churches.) was born Bef. 1774, and died June 21, 1838. He married (1) Mary Margaret Alexander. He married (2) Phoebe Taylor in Mississippi. Notes for Paris Hickman: Paris Hickman had 2 wife's, one white wife, 1 Choctaw wife. Children of Paris Hickman and Mary Alexander are: +24i. William Austin4 Hickman, born April 8, 1805 in SC; died August 11, 1883 in LeFlore County, Oklahoma. 25ii. Jane Hickman. 26iii. Lettice Ann Hickman. 27iv. Tabitha Hickman. 28v. Joshua Hickman. 29vi. Mary Margaret Hickman (Source: Betty Jeanne Ward Poulin, Choctaw Heritage, (Copyright 1981), 311, Mary Margaret Hickman, daughter of Paris Hickman, never married, she lived with her mother, Mary Margaret Alexander Hickman, in her later years. Born 1810.), born Abt. 1810. 30vii. Ladson Fraser Hickman, born Abt. 1820. 31viii. Elias L.F. Hickman, born Abt. 1820 (Source: Betty Jeanne Ward Poulin, Choctaw Heritage, (Copyright 1981), 311.). He married Emily P. (Hickman). 32ix. Robert W.F. Hickman, born Abt. 1824. +33x. John Hickman, born Abt. 1825; died Bef. 1869. Child of Paris Hickman and Phoebe Taylor is: +34i. Samuel Fraser4 Hickman, born Abt. 1815; died 1874-1885 in Howe, Sugarloaf County, Choctaw Nation. 22. Ann3 Hickman (William2, Isaac1) was born Bef. 1790. She married James McPherson. Child of Ann Hickman and James McPherson is: 35i. James4 McPherson. Generation No. 4 24. William Austin4 Hickman (Paris3, William2, Isaac1) was born April 8, 1805 in SC, and died August 11, 1883 in LeFlore County, Oklahoma. He married Sarah P. McAdory October 24, 1844 in Winston, Mississippi, daughter of Robert McAdory. Notes for William Austin Hickman: William Austin had a occupation of a farmer. William Austin burial information; Page Cemetery Pocola Oklahoma Notes for Sarah P. McAdory: Indian woman Children of William Hickman and Sarah McAdory are: +36i. William Paris5 Hickman, born October 2, 1848 in North Bend, Mississippi; died November 28, 1908 in Blaine Oklahoma. 37ii. Mary JanePolk Hickman, born October 12, 1845 in Neshoba, Mississippi; died April 2, 1924 in Spiro, Oklahoma. She married Charles McCloud Avery April 22, 1873 in Indian Territory. Notes for Mary JanePolk Hickman: Place of burial: Faurvuew Cem. Spiro Oklahoma 38iii. William Paris Hickman, born 1848. 39iv. L. Berry J. Hickman, born 1850. 40v. John B. Hickman, born 1854. 41vi. James M. Hickman, born 1858. 33. John4 Hickman (Paris3, William2, Isaac1) was born Abt. 1825, and died Bef. 1869. He married Elizabeth (Hickman). Children of John Hickman and Elizabeth (Hickman) are: +42i. Samuel Joshua5 Hickman, born Abt. 1843 in Mississippi; died February 22, 1919 in Oklahoma. 43ii. Enoch Hickman, born Abt. 1851. 34. Samuel Fraser4 Hickman (Paris3, William2, Isaac1) was born Abt. 1815, and died 1874-1885 in Howe, Sugarloaf County, Choctaw Nation. He married Lucy Fillemortubbe. Children of Samuel Hickman and Lucy Fillemortubbe are: 44i. Jane5 Hickman, born Abt. 1842 in Neshoba County, Mississippi (Source: Betty Jeanne Ward Poulin, Choctaw Heritage, (Copyright 1981), 312.). 45ii. Lettice Hickman, born Abt. 1843 in Neshoba County, Mississippi (Source: Betty Jeanne Ward Poulin, Choctaw Heritage, (Copyright 1981), 312.). +46iii. Margaret Hickman, born Abt. 1848 in Neshoba Co., Mississippi; died Abt. 1893 in Howe, Sugarloaf County, Choctaw Nation. 47iv. Amanda Hickman, born Abt. 1849 in Neshoba County, Mississippi (Source: Betty Jeanne Ward Poulin, Choctaw Heritage, (Copyright 1981), 312.). 48v. Tabitha Hickman, born June 29, 1852 in Neshoba(Wolf)Co., Miss. (Source: Betty Jeanne Ward Poulin, Choctaw Heritage, (Copyright 1981), 312.); died July 30, 1920. She married Zachary Taylor Ward. +49vi. Joshua Hickman, born Abt. 1856 in Neshoba County, Mississippi. 50vii. Atchison Hickman, born Abt. 1859 in Neshoba County, Mississippi (Source: Betty Jeanne Ward Poulin, Choctaw Heritage, (Copyright 1981), 312.). 51viii. Elizabeth Hickman, born Abt. 1859 in Neshoba County, Mississippi (Source: Betty Jeanne Ward Poulin, Choctaw Heritage, (Copyright 1981), 312.). 52ix. Julia Hickman, born Abt. 1865 in Skullyville County, Choctaw Nation (Source: Betty Jeanne Ward Poulin, Choctaw Heritage, (Copyright 1981), 312.). Generation No. 5 36. William Paris5 Hickman (William Austin4, Paris3, William2, Isaac1) was born October 2, 1848 in North Bend, Mississippi, and died November 28, 1908 in Blaine Oklahoma. He married Arelia Josephine Lee in North Bend, Mississippi, daughter of Evan Ludbrook Lee. Notes for William Paris Hickman: Dawes Commission 1896 Citizenship Case files Surname:HICKMAN First Name: W Middle Name: P Tribe: Choctaw Case Number: 1362 Children of William Hickman and Arelia Lee are: +53i. Sarah Jane6 Hickman, born March 17, 1873 in North Bend, Mississippi (neshoba County); died in Stigle, Oklahoma, Haskell County. 54ii. Evan Austin Hickman, born August 10, 1874. 55iii. James Martin Hickman, born March 6, 1876. 56iv. John Benjamin Hickman, born March 31, 1878. Notes for John Benjamin Hickman: Froze to death 57v. Ida Lillian (Shilds) Hickman, born January 29, 1880. 58vi. Callie Lee Hickman, born March 2, 1882. 59vii. Robert Alford Hickman, born December 5, 1886. 60viii. Barbara Eldridge Hickman, born July 22, 1891. 42. Samuel Joshua5 Hickman (John4, Paris3, William2, Isaac1) was born Abt. 1843 in Mississippi, and died February 22, 1919 in Oklahoma. He married (1) Margaret Hickman Abt. 1868 in Sugar Loaf Valley, Sebastian Co., Arkansas, daughter of Samuel Hickman and Lucy Fillemortubbe. He married (2) Highly Capps 1893. Children of Samuel Hickman and Margaret Hickman are: +61i. Mary N.6 Hickman, born May 1874 in Indian Territory; died 1965 in Heavener, LeFlore County, Oklahoma. +62ii. Martha Hickman, born Abt. 1878; died Unknown. +63iii. Austin Hickman, born May 5, 1882 in Summerfield, Indian Territory; died June 5, 1945 in Page, LeFlore, Oklahoma. Children of Samuel Hickman and Highly Capps are: 64i. Elizabeth6 Hickman. 65ii. John Alexander Hickman. 66iii. Mellie Hickman. 67iv. Buster Hickman. 68v. Gracie Hickman. 69vi. Lettie May Hickman, born December 14, 1905. 46. Margaret5 Hickman (Samuel Fraser4, Paris3, William2, Isaac1) was born Abt. 1848 in Neshoba Co., Mississippi (Source: Betty Jeanne Ward Poulin, Choctaw Heritage, (Copyright 1981), 312.), and died Abt. 1893 in Howe, Sugarloaf County, Choctaw Nation. She married Samuel Joshua Hickman Abt. 1868 in Sugar Loaf Valley, Sebastian Co., Arkansas, son of John Hickman and Elizabeth (Hickman). Children of Margaret Hickman and Samuel Hickman are: +70i. Mary N.6 Hickman, born May 1874 in Indian Territory; died 1965 in Heavener, LeFlore County, Oklahoma. +71ii. Martha Hickman, born Abt. 1878; died Unknown. +72iii. Austin Hickman, born May 5, 1882 in Summerfield, Indian Territory; died June 5, 1945 in Page, LeFlore, Oklahoma. 49. Joshua5 Hickman (Samuel Fraser4, Paris3, William2, Isaac1) was born Abt. 1856 in Neshoba County, Mississippi (Source: Betty Jeanne Ward Poulin, Choctaw Heritage, (Copyright 1981), 312.). He married Betsy Camp, daughter of Tom Camp. Children of Joshua Hickman and Betsy Camp are: 73i. Emm6 Hickman, born 1882. 74ii. Narcy Hickman, born 1884. 75iii. Atchinson Hickman, born 1891. 76iv. Samuel Hickman, born 1894. Generation No. 6 53. Sarah Jane6 Hickman (William Paris5, William Austin4, Paris3, William2, Isaac1) was born March 17, 1873 in North Bend, Mississippi (neshoba County), and died in Stigle, Oklahoma, Haskell County. She married Dr.George Washington StClair October 27, 1891. Children of Sarah Hickman and Dr.George StClair are: +77i. Lawson7 StClair, born November 16, 1892. +78ii. Vivian StClair, born November 27, 1894. +79iii. Earl StClair, born December 2, 1896 in Blaine. 80iv. Estell StClair, born February 18, 1899 in Bokoshe, Oklahoma. +81v. Irene Josaphine StClair, born June 5, 1901 in Bokoshe, Oklahoma; died February 17, 1985 in VanBuran, Arkansas (Crawford County). 70. Mary N.6 Hickman (Samuel Joshua5, John4, Paris3, William2, Isaac1) was born May 1874 in Indian Territory, and died 1965 in Heavener, LeFlore County, Oklahoma. She married Samuel L. Britton. Children of Mary Hickman and Samuel Britton are: 82i. Margaret7 Britton. 83ii. James Britton. 84iii. Effie Britton. 85iv. Myrtle Britton. 86v. Owen Columbus Britton. 71. Martha6 Hickman (Samuel Joshua5, John4, Paris3, William2, Isaac1) was born Abt. 1878, and died Unknown. She married Sam Johnson. Children of Martha Hickman and Sam Johnson are: 87i. Della7 Johnson. 88ii. Earnest Johnson. 89iii. Iva Johnson. 90iv. Cleo Johnson. 91v. Neta Johnson. 92vi. Bud Johnson. 93vii. Raze Johnson. 72. Austin6 Hickman (Samuel Joshua5, John4, Paris3, William2, Isaac1) was born May 5, 1882 in Summerfield, Indian Territory, and died June 5, 1945 in Page, LeFlore, Oklahoma. He married (1) Dora Keiffer April 19, 1903 in Indian Territory, Central District. He married (2) Mary Tennessee Manley June 9, 1912 in Reichert, LeFlore, Oklahoma, daughter of Frank Manley and Tennessee Wade. Children of Austin Hickman and Mary Manley are: +94i. Elmer George7 Hickman, born March 17, 1913 in Howe, Leflore Oklahoma. 95ii. Larnce Hickman, born January 13, 1915 in Reichert, Oklahoma; died February 14, 1915 in Reichert, Oklahoma. +96iii. Alva Jo Hickman, born February 13, 1916 in Reichert, Oklahoma; died September 19, 1972 in Talihina, Oklahoma. +97iv. Leona Hickman, born January 18, 1918 in Reichert, Oklahoma. +98v. Arlie William Hickman, born January 22, 1922 in Reichert, Oklahoma; died July 25, 1983 in Poteau, Oklahoma. +99vi. Harlan Joshua Hickman, born June 23, 1924 in Summerfield, Oklahoma; died March 2, 1987 in Poteau, Oklahoma. +100vii. Hazel Dove Hickman, born April 12, 1933 in Summerfield, Oklahoma; died January 14, 1967 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Generation No. 6 53. Sarah Jane6 Hickman (William Paris5, William Austin4, Paris3, William2, Isaac1) was born March 17, 1873 in North Bend, Mississippi (neshoba County), and died in Stigle, Oklahoma, Haskell County. She married Dr.George Washington StClair October 27, 1891. Children of Sarah Hickman and Dr.George StClair are: +77i. Lawson7 StClair, born November 16, 1892. +78ii. Vivian StClair, born November 27, 1894. +79iii. Earl StClair, born December 2, 1896 in Blaine. 80iv. Estell StClair, born February 18, 1899 in Bokoshe, Oklahoma. +81v. Irene Josaphine StClair, born June 5, 1901 in Bokoshe, Oklahoma; died February 17, 1985 in VanBuran, Arkansas (Crawford County). 70. Mary N.6 Hickman (Samuel Joshua5, John4, Paris3, William2, Isaac1) was born May 1874 in Indian Territory, and died 1965 in Heavener, LeFlore County, Oklahoma. She married Samuel L. Britton. Children of Mary Hickman and Samuel Britton are: 82i. Margaret7 Britton. 83ii. James Britton. 84iii. Effie Britton. 85iv. Myrtle Britton. 86v. Owen Columbus Britton. 71. Martha6 Hickman (Samuel Joshua5, John4, Paris3, William2, Isaac1) was born Abt. 1878, and died Unknown. She married Sam Johnson. Children of Martha Hickman and Sam Johnson are: 87i. Della7 Johnson. 88ii. Earnest Johnson. 89iii. Iva Johnson. 90iv. Cleo Johnson. 91v. Neta Johnson. 92vi. Bud Johnson. 93vii. Raze Johnson. 72. Austin6 Hickman (Samuel Joshua5, John4, Paris3, William2, Isaac1) was born May 5, 1882 in Summerfield, Indian Territory, and died June 5, 1945 in Page, LeFlore, Oklahoma. He married (1) Dora Keiffer April 19, 1903 in Indian Territory, Central District. He married (2) Mary Tennessee Manley June 9, 1912 in Reichert, LeFlore, Oklahoma, daughter of Frank Manley and Tennessee Wade. Children of Austin Hickman and Mary Manley are: +94i. Elmer George7 Hickman, born March 17, 1913 in Howe, Leflore Oklahoma. 95ii. Larnce Hickman, born January 13, 1915 in Reichert, Oklahoma; died February 14, 1915 in Reichert, Oklahoma. +96iii. Alva Jo Hickman, born February 13, 1916 in Reichert, Oklahoma; died September 19, 1972 in Talihina, Oklahoma. +97iv. Leona Hickman, born January 18, 1918 in Reichert, Oklahoma. +98v. Arlie William Hickman, born January 22, 1922 in Reichert, Oklahoma; died July 25, 1983 in Poteau, Oklahoma. +99vi. Harlan Joshua Hickman, born June 23, 1924 in Summerfield, Oklahoma; died March 2, 1987 in Poteau, Oklahoma. +100vii. Hazel Dove Hickman, born April 12, 1933 in Summerfield, Oklahoma; died January 14, 1967 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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LuJuana Lipscomb [txcuz@webtv.net]

Choctaw Heritage by Betty Jeanne Ward Pouling, 1981, Heavener, OK. pg. 311: Isaac, William, Paris, 1774-1838, m. white Mary Margaret Alexander and Choctaw Phoebe Taylor=11 children with William Austin Hickman, 1805 firstborn, and #8 being first Tabitha, no date. Samuel Fraser Hickman, b.1815 and 5th child.

Ibid; pg. 312/313: Samuel Fraser Hickman, b. 1815 m. Lucy Fille mor tubbe, b. 1820=9 children, 8 b. in the Bogue Chitto Clan in Neshoba Co., MS. Choctaw Nation. Second Tabitha (b. June 29, 1852, d. June 30, 1920) m. Zachary Taylor Ward (1852-1883)= 3 children: LuVincy Ward (1874-1958); James Ward (1878-Jan 18, 1898); Dave Ward (May 10, 1880-d. May 29, 1958)

Ibid: pg. 313: James Ward (1878-1/18/1898) m. Alice Robinson (b. Oct. 12,1877, d. April 24,1970) = one child, daughter Jimmie Ward (b. Aug 8, 1898, living in 1981)

Ibid: pg. 315: Dave Ward (5/10/1880-5/29/1958) m. Mary Augusta Crawford (b. 9/13/1881-9/10/1978)=9 children--second child was Herbert Zach Ward #828, pg. 181.

Have just found she started a better way of enumerating on pg. 315- and will scan tomorrow. I made an error in spelling of Lavannah Wilson (La not Lu), and left out that John R. Wilson m. Elizabeth Heavener, sister of Joe Heavener, after Lydia Sellers Wilson died at the Fort. They had 3 children, John R. II, Ella and Floyd, before John R. Wilson was killed from a fall from his steam saw.

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LuJuana Lipscomb [mailto:txcuz@webtv.net]
Sent: Wednesday, November 18, 2009 9:59 AM
To: marie sellers hollinger; MargieAllen9@aol.com; bill.sellers1@verizon.net; memawteen9@aol.com
Subject: RE:0850 TUES/LYDIA SELLERS WILSON

This info was from the 1981 book, "Choctaw Heritage" with the Choctaw seal that I bought from E-bay written by Betty Jeanne ? Ward Poulin. b. 1924. I said I'd pay $50, they wanted more, and I upped it to $75, When it came I'd payed $175 and was delighted. I think I told you it was "home grown" as no proper index, and it needed editing. I had to read page by page. It has all the treaties, names of chiefs, translators. The Trail of Tears was told to her by grandfather, Herbert Zach Ward or Dave Ward. When the government wanted more land in 1902, the town was named Heavener, Choctaw Nation. Joe Heavener filled out the paper requesting a post office and that's how it got its name. She said she'd worked on it for 43 yrs.

Margie Sellers Allen lives in DeKalb, Bowie Co., TX which is about 12 miles from Idabell, OK and when state lines were changed, DeKalb had been in McCurtain Co., named for Chief Green McCurtain who signed the town plats before OK was made a state, 1908 ?. My mt. grandfather was white and Cherokee, and I keep running across names that I've heard all my life when visiting in DeKalb.

I scanned John Randolph Sellers pix to Troy Pate. Haven't heard if he got it. Would you please give me the URL when he sent you the unknown pix he had? I'll just print them all as saw my JRS as a young man, looking the same as I remember him except his hair and mustache were black.

Lydia Sellers that d. at Fort Smith, 1863/4 walked with Luvannah, 12 ys and Samuel R. Wilson. II, 2 yrs old from Heavener, Choctaw Nation to the Fort. We're wondering if the old script made an "L" from an "S", misread for Suvannah.

Will get back to book or hse PC later today I hope. Use txcux@msn.com as this is just a keyboard and TV screen in my bedroom once known as pool/guest hse.

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