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Descendants of John Anthony Foreman


      44. Edward4 Foreman (Thomas3, Anthony2, John Anthony1) was born Abt. 1824 in Cherokee Nation, East, and died Abt. 1887 in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory. He married (1) Sarah Proctor Abt. 1839, daughter of William Proctor and Dicey Downing. She was born Abt. 1824 in Cherokee Nation East, and died Unknown. He married (2) Mary Proctor Abt. 1849, daughter of George Frog and Lucy Frog. She was born Abt. 1824 in Cherokee Nation, East, and died Abt. 1864. He married (3) Jennie Terrapin Abt. 1866 in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, Oklahoma, daughter of Terrapinhead Conrad. She was born Abt. 1825 in Cherokee Nation, East, and died Abt. 1887 in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory.

More About Edward Foreman:
AKA (Facts Page): Ned Foreman
Cherokee Name: Ka-loll-de-ges-key, listed as Oscalodeegeste on Joseph A. Foreman's Miller Application
Clan: Long Haired Clan
Drennen Roll: 1851, #326 Goingsnake District

More About Sarah Proctor:
Drennen Roll: 1851, #326 Goingsnake District

More About Edward Foreman and Sarah Proctor:
Marriage: Abt. 1839

Notes for Mary Proctor:
Stephen Foreman's Dawes Application states that his Maternal grandparents were enrolled in 1851 by Drennen, Fl. 85. I have been unable to find this listing under the surname Proctor.


More About Mary Proctor:
Cherokee Name: Wal-lee

More About Edward Foreman and Mary Proctor:
Marriage: Abt. 1849

More About Edward Foreman and Jennie Terrapin:
Marriage: Abt. 1866, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, Oklahoma
     
Children of Edward Foreman and Sarah Proctor are:
+ 258 i.   Elizabeth5 Foreman, born Abt. 1840 in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, Oklahoma; died Unknown.
  259 ii.   Fannie Foreman, born Abt. 1842; died Unknown. She married Archibald Turtle; died Unknown.
  More About Fannie Foreman:
Residence: 1906, Oaks, Indian Territory, Oklahoma
     
Child of Edward Foreman and Mary Proctor is:
  260 i.   Stephen5 Foreman, born 1851 in Flint District, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory; died 1932. He married Maude Elizabeth Hunter; born 1850; died 1918.
  More About Stephen Foreman:
Burial: Unknown, Sixkiller Cemetery, Mayes County, Oklahoma
Cherokee Name: Oo-gall-er-ni-his
Dawes Roll: P63 #11625 FCT COMM #21616
Miller Roll: #188, Locust Grove, Oklahoma
Residence: 1906, Locust Grove, Indian Territory, Oklahoma

  More About Maude Elizabeth Hunter:
Burial: Unknown, Sixkiller Cemetery, Mayes County, Oklahoma
     
Children of Edward Foreman and Jennie Terrapin are:
+ 261 i.   Joseph Anthony5 Foreman, born November 27, 1867 in Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory, Oklahoma; died Unknown in Pryor Creek.
  262 ii.   Susan Frances Foreman, born Abt. 1870; died Bef. 1906 in Died without descent. She married George Washington Smith; died Unknown.
  Notes for Susan Frances Foreman:
SUSAN FRANCES FOREMAN died without descent.


  263 iii.   Thomas Fox Foreman, born 1877 in Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory; died Unknown in Locust Grove, Indian Territory, Oklahoma. He married Ada Chandler; died Unknown.
  More About Thomas Fox Foreman:
Dawes Roll: #17525
Miller Roll: #16523
Residence: 1906, Locust Grove, Indian Territory, Oklahoma


      45. Elizabeth4 Foreman (Thomas3, Anthony2, John Anthony1) was born March 07, 1826 in Cherokee Nation East, and died 1898 in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory. She married (1) Johnson Proctor Abt. 1845 in Cherokee Nation Indian Territory, son of William Proctor and Dicey Downing. He was born Abt. 1824 in Georgia, and died April 15, 1872 in Going Snake District, Cherokee Nation West. She married (2) Cricket Sixkiller Abt. 1867 in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, Oklahoma, son of Sixkiller and Gu-Er-Tsa Smith. He was born Abt. 1809 in Cherokee Nation East, Georgia, and died Unknown in Goingsnake District, Indian Territory, Oklahoma. She married (3) Redbird Sixkiller November 1882 in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, Oklahoma, son of Sixkiller and Gu-Er-Tsa Smith. He was born July 01, 1807 in Cherokee Nation East, Georgia, Near Lookout Mountain, and died October 29, 1898 in Vinita, Indian Territory, Oklahoma.

More About Elizabeth Foreman:
Burial: Unknown, Sixkiller Cemetery, Mayes County, Oklahoma
Clan: Long Haired Clan

More About Johnson Proctor and Elizabeth Foreman:
Marriage: Abt. 1845, Cherokee Nation Indian Territory

More About Cricket Sixkiller:
Drennen Roll: 1851, #221 Goingsnake District
Elected: 1859, Councilor from Goingsnake District, Cherokee Nation

More About Cricket Sixkiller and Elizabeth Foreman:
Marriage: Abt. 1867, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, Oklahoma

Notes for Redbird Sixkiller:
REDBIRD SIXKILLER

Notes from Emmet Starr's History of the Cherokee Indians

"Redbird Sixkiller was a man of sterling personality; he was born in the old Cherokee Nation. When he was about eleven years old he attended a school some seven miles from his home and had to go over a point of Lookout Mountain to get to school. It was necessary for him to start before daylight to get to school before it opened. One morning he was going over this point of Lookout Mountain when he heard a panther scream in a nearby thicket; no habitation was near and having heard that panthers would not come near fire, he gathered some pine knots and struck a fire with a piece of flint and steel, made a fire and stood around it until daylight when he deemed that he would be secure from the panther. He was a First Lieutenant, and generally commander of Troup L of the Third Indian Home Guard, in which his son Samuel was also a member.

Notes from Johnnie Sixkiller

Redbird Sixkiller was described as 5' 6" tall, Black eyes, Black Hair, with Indian Complexion on 31 May 1865 in Fort Gibson, Oklahoma. He served under Col. Soloman Kaufman in the Union Army.


More About Redbird Sixkiller:
Burial: 1898, Sixkiller Cemetery, Mayes County, Oklahoma
Cherokee Name: Tah-Tso-Quah
Drennen Roll: 1851, #222 Goingsnake District
Elected: June 6, 1872 Judge of Saline District, November 1873 Supreme Bench of the State
Military service: Civil War Veteran Union Army
Occupation: Farmer
Religion: Baptist

More About Redbird Sixkiller and Elizabeth Foreman:
Marriage: November 1882, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, Oklahoma
     
Children of Elizabeth Foreman and Johnson Proctor are:
+ 264 i.   Margaret5 Proctor, born May 01, 1846 in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory; died April 14, 1885 in Nowata, Indian Territory, Oklahoma.
  265 ii.   Charles Proctor, born Abt. 1849 in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory; died Unknown. He married (1) Louisa Townsend; died Unknown. He married (2) Eliza Pritchett; died Unknown.
+ 266 iii.   Eliza Jane Proctor, born April 08, 1851 in Indian Territory, Oklahoma; died Unknown.
  267 iv.   Susan Proctor, born Abt. 1855 in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory; died Unknown. She married James Taylor; died Unknown.
+ 268 v.   Nannie Proctor, born Abt. 1858 in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory; died Unknown.
  269 vi.   Spencer Proctor, born April 08, 1864; died July 01, 1888.
  270 vii.   Mary Proctor, born May 15, 1866; died December 02, 1883.


      46. Jesse4 Bushyhead (Nannie3 Foreman, Anthony2, John Anthony1) was born September 1804 in Going Snake Nation, Cherokee Nation East, and died July 17, 1844 in Near Westville, Going Snake District, Oklahoma. He married Eliza Wilkerson Abt. 1821, daughter of Edward Wilkerson and Coo-Ta-Yah. She was born 1806 in Cherokee Nation East, and died August 28, 1872 in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory.

Notes for Jesse Bushyhead:
JESSE BUSHYHEAD's party was detached on September 3, 1838 and arrived February 27, 1839. 950 depart, 898 arrive, 6 births, 38 deaths, 148 desertions, 171 accessions. Jesse Bushyhead is listed as the Conductor of the Bushyhead Detachment on the Trail of Tears 1838-1839.

Listed on the 1835 Henderson Roll Mouse Creek, McMinn County, Tennessee. Ten halfbloods. Four slaves. A farm and one farmer. Four read English. One weaver and one spinner. Six descendants of reservees.


More About Jesse Bushyhead:
Burial: Unknown, Baptist Mission Cemetery, Westville, Oklahoma
Elected: 1844, Chief Justice of the Nation
Ordination: 1833, Baptist Minister

More About Eliza Wilkerson:
Burial: Unknown, McNair Cemetery, Mayes County, Oklahoma
Drennen Roll: 1851, #227, Goingsnake District

More About Jesse Bushyhead and Eliza Wilkerson:
Marriage: Abt. 1821
     
Children of Jesse Bushyhead and Eliza Wilkerson are:
+ 271 i.   Jane5 Bushyhead, born Abt. 1822 in Cherokee Nation East; died 1845 in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, Oklahoma.
+ 272 ii.   Dennis Wolf Bushyhead, Sr., born March 18, 1826 in Mouse Creek near present Cleveland, Tennessee; died February 04, 1898 in Tahlequah District, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory.
  273 iii.   Daniel Colston Bushyhead, born Abt. 1828 in Cherokee Nation East; died 1863 in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, Oklahoma. He married (1) Kau-Tah-Nah Downing Abt. 1858; born Abt. 1835 in Cherokee Nation East, Tennessee; died Aft. 1859 in Indian Territory, Oklahoma. He married (2) Amanda McCoy Abt. 1860; born Abt. 1838; died Unknown.
  More About Daniel Colston Bushyhead:
Graduation: 1855, Cherokee National Seminary

  More About Daniel Bushyhead and Kau-Tah-Nah Downing:
Marriage: Abt. 1858

  More About Amanda McCoy:
Drennen Roll: 1851, #224, Tahlequah District

  More About Daniel Bushyhead and Amanda McCoy:
Marriage: Abt. 1860

+ 274 iv.   Charlotte Bushyhead, born March 16, 1830 in Tennessee, Cherokee Nation East; died January 23, 1878 in Near Locust Grove, Cherokee Nation, Mayes County.
  275 v.   Edward Wilkerson 'Ned' Bushyhead, born March 02, 1832 in Cherokee Nation East; died March 04, 1907 in Alpine, San Diego County, California.
  Notes for Edward Wilkerson 'Ned' Bushyhead:
EDWARD 'NED' BUSHYHEAD had gone to California in 1849, settling finally at San Diego and never returning to live in the Cherokee Nation. He served at one time as chief of police in San Diego and was also elected sheriff of San Diego County.

Notes from Journal of Cherokee Studies.


  More About Edward Wilkerson 'Ned' Bushyhead:
Burial: Unknown, Tahlequah, Indian Territory
Drennen Roll: 1851, #227, Goingsnake District

  276 vi.   Caroline Elizabeth Bushyhead, born March 17, 1834 in Tennessee, Cherokee Nation East; died March 1909 in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, Oklahoma. She married William Robert Quarles; died Unknown.
  Notes for Caroline Elizabeth Bushyhead:
CAROLINE E. BUSHYHEAD served as a teacher in Indian Territory for almost fifty years. She was the sister of Principal Chief Dennis Wolfe Bushyhead and the daughter of Reverend Jesse Bushyhead. A survivor of the Trail of Tears, attended and taught at the original Cherokee Female Seminary which stood on the grounds where the Cherokee Heritage Center is now located.

  More About Caroline Elizabeth Bushyhead:
Drennen Roll: 1851, #227, Goingsnake District
Graduation: February 1855, Cherokee National Seminary

+ 277 vii.   Eliza Missouri Bushyhead, born January 03, 1839 in Trail of Tears from Georgia to Cherokee Nation West, Missouri; died November 06, 1919 in Tahlequah, Cherokee County, Oklahoma.
  278 viii.   Jesse Owen Bushyhead, born December 26, 1841 in Cherokee Nation, Going Snake District, Indian Territory; died December 24, 1867 in Killed.
  More About Jesse Owen Bushyhead:
Drennen Roll: 1851, #227, Going Snake District

+ 279 ix.   Nancy Sarah Bushyhead, born July 14, 1843 in Going Snake District, Indian Territory, Oklahoma; died January 01, 1927.



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