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3 edition of Cherokee Nation marriages, 1884-1901 found in the catalog.

Cherokee Nation marriages, 1884-1901

Dixie Bogle

Cherokee Nation marriages, 1884-1901

by Dixie Bogle

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Published by Cook & McDowell Publications in Owensboro, Ky .
Written in

  • Oklahoma,
  • Oklahoma.
    • Subjects:
    • Cherokee Indians -- Genealogy.,
    • Marriage records -- Oklahoma.,
    • Oklahoma -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 120.

      Statementabstracted from Indian chieftain newspapers by Dixie Bogle and Dorothy Nix.
      ContributionsNix, Dorothy, joint author.
      LC ClassificationsE99.C5 B62
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 120 p. :
      Number of Pages120
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4135436M
      LC Control Number80113267

      I have done this project because of the many connections between Monroe County, Tn and Cherokee Co., NC. Many thanks to my friend Judy for the loan of her microfilm on Cherokee Marriages. These are the books covered: Cherokee Marriage Register-White Cherokee Marriage Register-Colored Cherokee Nation Gift Shop. Use left/right arrows to navigate the slideshow or swipe left/right if using a mobile device.

      Information and procedures related to obtaining marriage certificates. Items that you will need to complete application: · The Minister, Spiritual leader, or Justice/Judge that will perform your ceremony must be licensed through the Cherokee Nation. · You must have photograph identification for both parties at the time that you come in to receive you certificate. The Cherokee Nation (Cherokee: ᏣᎳᎩᎯ ᎠᏰᎵ, Tsalagihi Ayeli or ᏣᎳᎩᏰᎵ "Tsalagiyehli"), also known as the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, is the largest of three Cherokee federally recognized tribes in the United States. It was established in the 20th century and includes people descended from members of the Old Cherokee Nation who relocated from the Southeast due to increasing Government Type: Tribal Council.

      Bibliography: Cherokee. and Census, Canadian District, Cherokee Nation Indian Territory. Oklahoma City, OK: Oklahoma Genealogical Society, Cherokee, North Carolina: Cherokee Roots, (FHL book Cgmr.) Bolt, Helen Deister, compiler. Cherokee Nation Marriages in the CooWeeScooWee & Delaware Districts. Vinita, Oklahoma: Craig County Genealogical Society, Cherokee Nation Births and Deaths , abstracted from Indian Chieftain.

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Cherokee Nation marriages, 1884-1901 by Dixie Bogle Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cherokee Nation Marriages, –abstracted from Indian Chieftan newspapers by Dixie Bogle and Dorothy Nix, Cook & McDowell Publications, [GR B67] Cherokee Reservees, compiled by David Keith Hampton, Baker Pub.

Co., Cherokee Nation Marriages and appears to be a series of books: Dorothy Nix: Cherokee Nation Marriages abstracts from Indian Chieftain Newspapers: transcribed by Dixie Bogle and Dorothy Nix: Cherokee Nation Births and Deaths Selected Native American Genealogical Resources Print Sources Cherokee Nation Births and Deaths McDowell Publications, Owensboro, Kentucky,c Bche Bogle, Dixie.

Cherokee Nation Marriages Cook &. Cherokee Nation Cherokee Nation marriages Marriages is a collection of records of those with the surname Gunter. from this page. Cherokee Nation Gunter Marriages and Oklahoma Funeral Home Records.

Source: Book entitled, Cherokee Nation Marriages And By Dorothy J. Nix. Gunter, Maggie to Wesley Venderford 15 Jan Marriage Books Cherokee Nation Marriages, Abstracted from Indian chieftain Newspapers by Dixie Bogle and Dorothy Nix. Genealogy Collection, Native American Cherokee. New Jersey Marriage Records, Edited, with an Historical Introduction on the Early Marriage Laws 1884-1901 book New Jersey, and the Precedents on Which They Were Founded, by William Nelson.

Cherokee Nation Marriages, – Abstracted from Indian Chieftain Newspapers. Owensboro, KY: Cook & McDonwell Publications, Call no. R BC Nix, Dorothy J.

Cherokee Nation Marriages in the Coo Wee, Scoo Wee and 1884-1901 book Districts. Vinita, OK: Craig County Genealogical Society, Call no. Q NC CHICKASAW. SPECIAL: Complete set of seven marriage books and index book. Cherokee Nation Marriages Cherokee Nation Marriages Cherokee Nation Probate Records,Northern District Cherokee Nation.

Bogle, Dixie Cherokee Nation Marriages ( Bche) Brelsford, Bridgie Brill Indians of Montgomery County, Indiana ( Mb). The Dawes Roll plus the Miller Roll information for those that were on both rolls. A search can be made from to and see such items as a surname change brought about by marriage, divorce or adoption, also ages, addresses, relationships, Miller application number and all 36, Cherokee Nation citizens are included.

Book A Jul to May Book B May to Feb Book C Dec to Dec Book D Dec to Oct -- (book shows 'S' instead of 'D') Book E Nov to Nov Book F Nov to May Books G-H-I Dec to Nov [Note: Dates indicate when marriages were recorded, not date of marriage] Index to Cherokee Nation Marriages.

Add tags for "Cherokee Nation marriages, abstracted from Indian chieftain newspapers". Be the first. Talking Book & Braille Library; Indiana Center for the Book; Indiana Young Readers Center; Site Index; ISL Bogle, Dixie.

Cherokee Nation Births and Deaths McDowell Publications, Owensboro, Kentucky,c Bche Bogle, Dixie. Cherokee Nation Marriages Index to Marriages, First United States Court.

If you have an ancestor in this book, you are eligible for membership in the Cherokee National Historical Society, First Families of the Cherokee Nation. The 'extract' I have posted on this site is a list of Vann's and their spouses with page numbers where their marriage is recorded.

The Cherokee Nation is committed to protecting our inherent sovereignty, preserving and promoting Cherokee culture, language and values, and improving the quality of life for the next seven generations of Cherokee Nation citizens.

Books - Authenticated Roll of the Cherokee Nation - Census for the Cherokee Nation by B. Benge - Dawes Roll "Plus" (Index) by Bob Blankenship - Cherokee Nation Marriages, - Cherokee Roots Volumes 1 and 2 - Dawes Roll Index (2 vols.).

Cherokee Nation created and divided into the following districts or counties: Canadian, Cooweescoowee, Delaware, Going Snake, Flint, Illinois, Saline, Sequoyah and Tahlequah; Drennen Roll, Is a roll of the Cherokee Emigrants who were forced to remove from the Cherokee Nation and the Old Settlers who moved voluntarily before the forced.

the land runs, marriages performed in Oklahoma Territory were recorded in the county clerk’s office of the respective counties.

County Marriage Books in the Research Center • Cherokee County marriages, from statehood • Cotton County marriages, – • Oklahoma County marriages, – Cherokee Marriage Customs Cherokee Marriage Customs Between the Clans Cherokee marriages were as much between the Grandmothers of a clan as between the couple themselves.

It was not permitted to marry within your own clan. A potential suitor had to. This is by no means an exhaustive bibliography of Native American material found in the Tennessee State Library and Archives.

It is intended only as a guide to original source material needed for basic genealogical research on families that maintained their political ties to the Indian Nation.

Oklahoma Records Details and Resources By Family Tree Editors Premium. Cherokee Nation Marriages, by Dixie Bogle (Cook and McDowell Publishers, ) the State Research Guide Book, State Research Guides CD and The Researcher’s Guide to American Genealogy.

About Oklahoma and Indian Territory, Marriage, Citizenship and Census Records, This collection contains various American Indian records held by the Oklahoma Historical Society.

Among the tribes and nations included in the records are Cherokee, Choctaw, Creek, Kiowa, Quapaw, Sac and Fox, Arapaho, Shawnee, and Cheyenne.Bogle, Dixie & Nix Dorothy; "Cherokee Nation Marriages, ": abstracted from Indian Chieftain and Daily Chieftain newspapers.

Published in by The Craig County Genealogical Society, PO BoxVinita OK Cherokee Nation Marriages, Owensboro, KY: Cook & McDowell Publications, This is an alphabetical surname list of names abstracted from the newspapers Indian Chieftain and Daily Chieftain.

Goss, Joe R. ed. A Complete Roll of All Choctaw Claimants and their Heirs. Goss reprinted index to the U.S. Court of Claims under the existing.