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LIST OF MISSISSIPPI CHOCTAW INDIANS

SCRIP ISSUED UNDER THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF CHOCTAW ACT AUGUST 23, 1842 (5 STAT. L., 513)

Report by: Leo Pergson Miko Legal Representative Su-Quah-Natch-Ah Band Choctaw Nation Carroll County Mississippi: Made Available for Choctaw Indian Genealogy Researchers, submitted March 10, 2010.

Leo Pergson, AND John Hansen Carroll County Mississippi Coordinators and Volunteers for: MSGENWEB.ORG

List of Mississippi Choctaw Indians in whose behalf scrip was issued under the provisions of the act of Congress of Choctaw Act August 23, 1842 (5 Stat. L., 513), in lieu of land to which they were entitled under Article 14th and 19th of the Treaty of September 27, 1830, Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek,  (7 Stat. L., 333-335).

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Ka-chubbe
Ka-ha-le-ho-nah
Ka-le-ho-na
Ka-ne-tim-be
Ka-no-yo-he-kubbe
Ka-o-cubbe
Ka-o-tubbe
Ka-sa
Ka-tha-ho-nah
Ka-to-nah
Ka-tubbe
Ka-yo-he-mah
Ka-yu-hubbe
Kah-il-le
Kah-lo-tubbe
Kah-ne-tah
Kah-no-ma-ho-nah
Kah-no-me-he-mah
Kah-non-te-uhbe
Kah-po-tubbe
Kah-tam-bee
Kal-po-tubbe
Kal-so-tah
Kam-pa-lubbe
Kam-pe-tubbe
Kam-pilla
Kam-pillah
Kan-a-ho-te-ma
Kan-ah-to-nah
Kan-alle
Kan-an-ren-tin-tubbe
Kan-cha
Kan-cha-tom-la
Kan-cha-tubbe
Kan-che
Kan-che
Kan-che-ho-nah
Kan-che-le
Kan-che-ma-ha
Kan-che-tam-be
Kan-che-ti-ah
Kan-che-to-nubbe
Kan-oon-ta-tubbe
Kan-oon-tubbe
Kan-oon-tubbe
Kan-oon-ubbe
Kan-she-ho-to-ma
Kan-sho-nun-she-hubbe(or Billy John)
Kanche-ho-ka
Ke-ah-na-chubbe
Ke-ille
Ke-ka
Ke-lis-ta
Ke-yo-cubbe
Ke-yo-ho-nah
Kearney, Creesay
Kearney, Josephus
Kearney, Wilson
Kem-ish-to-nah
Ken-che-to-ah
Kik-e-te-mah
Kis-ah-nah
Kis-tubbe
Kish-u-mus-tubbe (or Kalubboe)
Ko-bah-tom-bee
Ko-chubbee
Ko-ke-i-a
Ko-mubbe
Ko-na-chubbe
Ko-nan-chubbe
Ko-noo-tubbe
Ko-tah
Ko-tah
Kom-pil-lah
Kon-che-ho-ka
Kon-che-ho-nah
Kon-che-tam-be
Kon-che-tubbe
Kon-e-moon-tah
Kon-e-toon-tubbe
Kon-kah-noos-ko-bo
Kon-me-mah-ubbe
Kon-oon-tah-tubbe
Kon-the-tubbe
Koo-cha-tiyah
Koo-chubbe
Koo-tah
Kooch-abbe
Koos-ta-na
Kou-che-ti-ah
Kun-ah-ho-tubbe
Kun-e-ah-to-nah
Kun-e-an-che-ha-la
Kun-e-mah-ho-nah
Kun-e-moon-tubbe
Kun-e-tah-ho-nah
Kun-e-tom-be
Kun-nal-le-tubbe
Kun-ne-a-tubbe
Kun-ne-ah-ho-nah
Kun-ne-ah-ho-nah
Kun-ne-ahto-nah
Kun-o-te-ma
Kunnea
Kurney, Charles
Kush-ah-hooc-ta
Kush-ah-nam-bee
Kush-oon-a-mus-tubbe
Kush-oon-an-cha-ha-ba
Kush-oon-an-che-hubbe
Kut-tah-hah
Kuth-lee-lee
Kuu-ne-ah-ho-nah

 

List of Mississippi Choctaw Indians in whose behalf scrip was issued under the provisions of the act of Congress of August 23, 1842 (5 Stat. L., 513), in lieu of land to which they were entitled under article 14 of the treaty of September 27, 1830 (Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek) (7 Stat. L., 333-335).

Ia-pa-chubbee
La-fah-tah
La-ho-na
La-i-e-ma-ho-ua
La-mah
La-mali-ho-nah
La-man
La-pa-sa
La-pa-ta-ma
La-pin-tubbe
La-pish-no-wah
La-po-nubbee
La-po-te-mah
La-sho-mah
La-sho-nia
La-sin
La-ti-ma-sha
Lah-ha-nubbe
Lah-habbe
Lah-ma
Lah-mah-ha-cubbe
Lah-nah-che-ho-nah
Lah-pa-sa-ho-nah
Lah-pah-ho-nah
Lah-pah-ma-tu-mah
Lah-pah-te-mah
Lah-pahn-la
Lah-po-ka
Lah-sa
Lah-sa
Lah-ta-kah (or Tom Billy)
Lah-wah-ho-nah
Lali-pim-a-bo-ka
Lap-ab-hove-ta
Lap-ah-la
Lap-oon-ah-hah
Laris
Lash-pah
Le-ah-ho-ka
Le-ah-ho-nah
Le-neah-ho-nah
Lewis
Lewis
Li-la
Li-la
Li-la
Li-wea
Li-za
Lirea Ann
Lis-mah
Lo-ho-no-tubbe
Lo-ka
Lo-ko-tam-be
Lo-ma
Lo-ma
Lo-ma-ho-na
Lo-ma-ka
Lo-mah
Lo-mah
Lo-mah
Lo-mah
Lo-mah-ho-shul-bee
Lo-mah-ka
Lo-mah-ta-ka
Lo-mah-to-nah
Lo-mah-tubbee
Lo-man-to-nah
Lo-mo-ka
Lo-nia-tubbe (alias E-la-lo-ma-tubbe)
Lo-sho-ma
Lo-sho-mah
Lo-sho-na
Lo-wa
Lo-wa-ho-ka
Lo-wa-to-na
Lo-wa-tubbe
Loma
Loo-ak-ish-tubbe
Loo-sa
Look-fan-cha
Look-o-la-tubbe
Lovie
Low-a-chubbe
Low-a-tam-ba
Low-ah-che
Low-ah-tubbe
Low-ch-te-mah
Low-in-cha
Low-um-che
Low-wa-tubbe
Lub-bee
Lucy
Lucy
Lucy
Lucy
Lush-pam-le
Lushta

 

List of Mississippi Choctaw Indians in whose behalf scrip was issued under the provisions of the act of Congress of August 23, 1842 (5 Stat. L., 513), in lieu of land to which they were entitled under article 14 of the treaty of September 27, 1830 (Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek) (7 Stat. L., 333-335).

M-ah-sho-nocka
M-ha-che
M-ha-che-ho-nah
M-le-ah
M-she-be-kubbe
Ma-al-e-he-ma
Ma-an-too-nah
Ma-ba-to-ua (or Wahatoua)
Ma-che-tubbe
Ma-chubbe
Ma-ha-cha
Ma-ha-lo-ma-tubbee
Ma-ha-tai-omubbee
Ma-ha-te-tubbe
Ma-ha-to-na
Ma-ham-bee
Ma-he-tubbe
Ma-hen-to-nah
Ma-hi-ye
Ma-ho-la-tubbee
Ma-ho-lut-ubbe
Ma-hubbee
Ma-ka-le
Ma-ko-ka
Ma-la-he-yo-che (or Math-le-bi-o-ja)
Ma-lis-sa
Ma-lo-la-ho-nah
Ma-lubbee
Ma-sho-la
Ma-to-na (alias Ona-tona)
Maa-shem-a-ho-ka
Mab-e-ti-yah
Mab-la
Mab-la (or Suckey)
Mab-li
Mab-to-nah
Mach-ca-ho-na
Mah-ah-tah-ho-nah
Mah-be-cubbe
Mah-ha-cubbe
Mah-han-to-nah
Mah-han-tubbe
Mah-hi-tubbe
Mah-ho-nah
Mah-ho-nah
Mah-ho-tubbe
Mah-ka-tubbe
Mah-ke
Mah-ko-cha
Mah-la-ho-ka
Mah-la-ho-na
Mah-la-ho-nah
Mah-lah
Mah-le
Mah-le-ah
Mah-le-ah-tah
Mah-le-ho-ka
Mah-le-le
Mah-le-le-ho-nah
Mah-no-te-mah
Mah-to-nah
Mah-yah
Mah-ye (alias Ok-lib-mi-ah)
Maho-ka
Mak-a-le-ho-ke
Mak-ah-hi-ah
Mak-ah-le-ho-nah
Mak-e-ubbee
Mak-kee-ha-to-na
Mal-a-ke-tubbe
Mal-as-ho-nah
Mal-cho-na
Mal-la-ho-ka
Mal-la-le-ho-nah
Mal-le-te-ah
Mal-le-tubbe
Malie
Mam-bah
Man-chubbe
Man-sha-tubbee
Man-tubbe
Manc-che
Mary
Mary Ann
Mas-sa-bi
Mason
Mat-he-chubbee
Math-la
Math-la-tubbe
Me-a-tube
Me-ab-sho-nah
Me-ah-cbubbe
Me-ah-che
Me-ah-ho-ka-tubbe
Me-ah-ho-nah
Me-ah-i-ah-chu-nah
Me-ah-ish-tam-be
Me-ah-sham-tubbee
Me-ah-she-mah
Me-ah-she-mah
Me-ah-she-nah
Me-ah-shia
Me-ah-shin-tubbe (or Me-asb-in-tubbe)
Me-ah-sho-ka
Me-ah-sho-nah
Me-ah-sho-nah
Me-ah-sho-tubbe
Me-ah-sho-tubbee
Me-ah-shu-nah
Me-ah-shu-nah
Me-ah-te-ubbe
Me-ah-tim-mah
Me-ah-to-chubbee
Me-ah-to-co-nah
Me-ah-tubbee
Me-ah-tubbee
Me-ash-e-mah
Me-ash-fane-ubbe
Me-ash-in-tubbe
Me-ash-oon-te-mah
Me-ash-pal-lah
Me-ba-che
Me-cani-bee
Me-chubbe
Me-ha-che-to-nah
Me-ha-che-tubbe
Me-ha-la-ho-nah
Me-ha-te-kubbe
Me-ha-to-na
Me-ha-to-nah
Me-ha-to-nam-bee
Me-ha-to-nubbee
Me-ha-took-ho-nah
Me-ha-tubbe
Me-ha-tubbe
Me-hah
Me-hah-kah-tim-ah
Me-hah-tah-tah
Me-hah-tim-ah
Me-hah-tish-te-ah
Me-hah-to-nah
Me-hah-to-nah
Me-han-to-tubbe
Me-hat-e-she
Me-haw
Me-he-ah-chubbe
Me-he-ah-te-mah
Me-he-le-ho-nah
Me-he-looth-tubbe
Me-he-mah
Me-he-o-tim-ah
Me-he-o-tubbee
Me-he-tam-be
Me-he-ubbe
Me-he-yo-ka-lubbe
Me-hi-a-te-na
Me-hi-a-tubbee
Me-hi-o-tubbee
Me-ho-te-ah
Me-ho-te-mah
Me-la
Me-la
Me-la-ho-nah
Me-lin-ga-li-ah
Me-mock-a-wah
Me-nah-tam-be
Me-o-chubbe
Me-o-tubbee
Me-sboon-tah-tah
Me-sha-tubbe
Me-sha-tubbe
Me-sham-bee
Me-sham-le
Me-shan-be
Me-she-mab-tubbe
Me-she-mah-ho-nah
Me-she-mah-tubbe
Me-shom-kubbe
Me-shom-ti-yah
Me-shone-tah-tubbe
Me-shuh-tah-tubbe
Me-shune-tubbee
Me-tah
Me-tah-lah
Me-yah-tubbe
Me-yo-to-nah
Meah-sho-tubbee
Mi-ah-tim-ah
Mi-ah-tubbe
Mi-ah-tubbe
Mi-ha-ya-tubbe
Mi-hah-tim-ah
Mi-o-nubbe
Mi-ya-cubbe
Mi-yab-ho-nah
Mi-yab-tubbe
Mi-yah
Mi-yah
Min-ta-chubbe
Min-ta-ho-ka
Min-ta-ho-to-na
Min-ta-hubbe
Min-ta-hubbee
Min-tah-chubbe
Min-tah-hubbee
Min-te-chubbe
Min-te-ho-yo
Min-te-ho-yo
Min-te-hubbe
Min-te-hubbee
Min-te-lubbee
Min-te-nubbe
Min-te-nubbe
Min-to-ba-nah
Min-to-cubbe
Min-tubbee
Mina
Mingo-bapia (alias Ne-ta-cubbe)
Mingo-homa See Capt Bob
Mint-tubbee
Minte-bo-nah
Mis-e-an-ha-tubbe
Mis-ta-i-a-ho-ka
Mis-to-bo-yea
Mis-tubbe
Misb-sham-be (or Me-ash-am-be)
Misb-tah-tubbe
Mish-een-ah-to-nah
Mish-oon-tubbe
Mo-me tim-ah
Mo-min-che
Mo-min-che
Mo-min-tubbe (alias Mo-ma-cha)
Mo-min-tubbe(or Billy Jackson)
Mo-min-tubbee
Mo-nab-tubbe
Mo-nim-tom-ha
Mo-nim-tubbe
Mo-sha-kal
Mo-sho-le-tubbe
Mo-shu-lak-a
Moc-ah-be
Mock-ah-hi-yah
Mock-ah-to-nah
Mock-an-tubbee
Mok-a-chubbee
Mok-a-tubbe
Mok-in-tubbee
Mok-o-nubbe
Molly
Molly
Mon-in-tubbe
Mon-tah
Mon-to-na
Mook-ka-fa
Moon-ta
Moon-tah
Moon-tah
Moon-tah
Moon-tubbe
Moon-tubbe (or Moon-tah)
Moon-tubbee
Moon-tubbee
Mue-la-le-cbubbe
Muk-a-to-na
Muk-ah-ho-tim-ah
Muk-am-bee
Muk-in-tnbbe
Mul-a-tubbe
Mul-la-le-ho-nah
Mul-la-le-ho-nah
Mul-tubbee
Mulla-tubbe
Mus-shu-le-lah
Mush-a-lab-kah
Mut-ta-ho-na
Muth-toon-bah
Muttul-bee

 

List of Mississippi Choctaw Indians in whose behalf scrip was issued under the provisions of the act of Congress of August 23, 1842 (5 Stat. L., 513), in lieu of land to which they were entitled under article 14 of the treaty of September 27, 1830 (Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek) (7 Stat. L., 333-335).

Kok-ho-mah
Na-chubbe(or Nock nechubbee)
Na-ho-sa
Na-i-o-ka
Na-ne-ma
Na-o-ka
Na-po-le
Na-tubbe
Na-wa-ho-ka
Na-wabbe
Nab-na-e-mah
Nah-ho-lo-mustubbe
Nah-ho-te-mah
Nah-min-ah-ho-ka
Nah-sa
Nah-sho-lah-ho-nah
Nan-cha
Nan-ne-ubbe
Nan-no-ha-ho-nah
Nan-to-wah-yo
Nancy
Nancy
Nancy, (or Un-an-che)
Nat
Ne-ash-e-nubbe
Ne-hi-ah-to-nah
Ne-la
Ne-le
Ne-nok-kinm-bee
Ne-tah-che-to
Ne-tah-cubbe
Ne-tak-e-mah
Ne-take-iu-lubbee
Ne-tock-oosh-tah
Ne-tuk-ah-che
Ne-tuk-ah-chick-e-ma
Ne-tuk-e-lubbe
Ne-tuk-o-ka
Nim-nok-ha-cubbe
Nin-ta-ho-ma
No-a-ham-ba
No-a-ho-na
No-a-te-ma
No-ab-to-nubbee
No-ah-bubbe
No-ah-ho-nah
No-ah-ho-tubbee
No-ah-tubbe
No-b-ne-man-to-nab
No-cum-mah-ho-ka
No-e-em-yea
No-ka-tah
No-kan-yo-ka-tu-na
No-ke-mo-nubbe
No-ko-she
No-la
No-la
No-la
No-la
No-la-bo-na
No-le-ham-be
No-quo-ah-tubbe
No-sa-cubbe
No-sa-kah
No-sa-kah
No-sa-kah
No-se-ho-nah
No-sho-bah
No-tock-am-be
No-wa
No-wa-ho-nah
No-wa-hubbe
No-wa-yah
No-wab-ho-ka
No-wah
No-wah
No-wah-bo-nah
No-wah-he-mah
No-wah-ho-cubbe
No-wah-ho-ka
No-wah-ta-kah
No-wah-tam-be
No-wah-te-mah
Nock-a-che-tubbee
Nock-a-chook-ma
Nock-a-la-ho-te-mah
Nock-a-na-chubbee
Nock-a-na-ho-nubbee
Nock-a-ne-lah
Nock-a-nubbee
Nock-a-way-chubbee
Nock-e-a-cbubbee(or Chub-bee)
Nock-e-mab-shubbe
Nock-e-na-lah-nubbee
Nock-e-ne-tubbe
Nock-fil-e-hi-yah
Nock-ho-mah-hah-cho
Nock-i-o-tubbe
Nock-ish-to-nubbee
Nock-ne-a-che
Nock-ne-mi-yubbee
Nock-pe-la-sa
Nock-ubba
Nock-un-am-be
Nok-a-ba-la-jee
Nok-a-chubbe
Nok-a-man-che-ka-bee
Nok-a-ne-la
Nok-a-shubbe
Nok-ah-pe-sah
Nok-an-e-tubbee
Nok-any-ta-ya
Nok-chu-nubbe
Nok-e-chubbe
Nok-e-fil-la-ho-na
Nok-e-mo-nubbe
Nok-e-na-tam-be
Nok-e-ne-fe-nah
Nok-e-ne-ti-yah
Nok-e-ne-tubbe
Nok-e-ne-ubbe
Nok-e-wa-tubbe
Nok-ho-ma-hajo
Nok-ho-tubbe
Nok-i-ne-lah
Nok-in-tambe
Nok-is-ni-ubbe
Nok-is-tom-be
Nok-is-tubba
Nok-isb-to-nah
Nok-ish-tah-ok-la-tubbee
Nok-ish-tah-shah
Nok-ish-tam-be
Nok-ish-te-mah-yubbe
Nok-ish-te-ubbe
Nok-ish-ti-ubbe
Nok-ish-ti-yah
Nok-ish-ti-yah
Nok-ish-to-nab
Nok-ish-to-nubbe
Nok-ish-tubbee
Nok-ko-ah-ho-mah
Nok-me-hat-tubbe
Nok-na-tbuh-be
Nok-nam-be
Nok-ne-a-tubbe
Nok-ne-ba-tubbe
Nok-ne-een-tubbe
Nok-ne-hah-tah-e
Nok-ne-la
Nok-ne-o-ka-tubbee
Nok-ne-o-ka-tubbee
Nok-ne-ti-yah
Nok-ne-to-lubbe
Nok-ne-tubbe
Nok-ne-tubbe
Nok-neen-tubbee
Nok-ni-ta-hubbe
Nok-nin-che
Nok-o-nubbee
Nok-o-un-cha-hubbe
Nok-pa-la
Nok-se-ka-tubbe
Nok-ue-ho-tubbe
Nok-wan-be
Nok-we-tah
Noke-e-ne-ene-hubbe
Nokis-tah-ahah
Nol-a-tubbee
Nook-a
Nook-chin-tubbe
Nook-fa-la(alias Ah-nook-pa-la)
Nook-fille (or Fil-le)
Nook-tah-lubbe
Nook-wa-tubbe
Noon-chubbe
Nu-wa-ho-ka
Nu-wa-tm-bee
Nuk-ok-ah-ho-mah
Nuk-she-pa-ubbe
Nuk-sho-pubbe
Nulth-la (or E-la-bo-ti-ah)
Nush-ko-ho-to-ko-lo


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