Perhaps the following will give you some clues. It comes from a book "Life and Times of the Original Choctaw Enrollees" byWesley and Charlene Samuels.
Jane Impson Robinson raised ten children and four grandchildren against almost impossible conditions. She raised her own food, slaughtered her own animals, and sewed all her family's clothing.
She was born in Jumbo, Indian Territory, near Antlers ( Ok) in the year 1862. She was the daughter of JOSIAH IMPSON and his wife JANE, of Jack Fork County.
JOSIAH and several brothers came from Mississippi to near Antlers and lived in an area known as Impson Valley.
Also born to JOSIAH and JANE IMPSON were ISAAC, MORRIS, and JOSHUA.
JANE IMPSON married JOHN W. ROBINSON, who was born in 1844 Kentucky. He moved to Indian Territory where he was a teacher i the Choctaw Indian Academy.
JANE IMPSON and husband JOHN ROBINSONmoved to Hartshorne, Indian Territory shortly after their first child ( John Jr.)was stillborn on December 16, 1885. They moved to land alloted indian land and were the original pioneer settlers of the present day Russian Hill section of Hartshorne.
In 1897 Jane and John donated 6 acres of land to Carpatho-Russian Immigrants on which to build a church. It still stands today.