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NameAgeSexBloodCard No.TribeRoll No.
Carrie M. Keys 12 Female 3/8 Card #38 Cherokee by BloodRoll #131
Viola W. Keys 14 Female 3/8 Card #38 Cherokee by BloodRoll #130
Herbert G. Keys 7 Male 3/8 Card #38 Cherokee by BloodRoll #132
Lester Keys 5 Male 3/8 Card #38 Cherokee by BloodRoll #133
Levi Keys 42 Male 3/4 Card #38 Cherokee by BloodRoll #129
Myrtle Hawkins 21 Female 1/16 Card #39 Cherokee by BloodRoll #135
Elizabeth Kiefer 16 Female 1/16 Card #39 Cherokee by BloodRoll #137
Emma Kiefer 14 Female 1/16 Card #39 Cherokee by BloodRoll #138
Sarah C. Kiefer 48 Female 1/8 Card #39 Cherokee by BloodRoll #134
Lundy Hawkins 19 Male 1/16 Card #39 Cherokee by BloodRoll #136
Louisa Privat 55 Female 1/2 Card #40 Cherokee by BloodRoll #22185
Sophronia B. Cooper 26 Female 1/8 Card #41 Cherokee by BloodRoll #139
Claud D. Cooper 1 Male 1/16 Card #41 Cherokee by BloodRoll #140
Acenith Wood 46 Female 1/8 Card #42 Cherokee by BloodRoll #142
Bertha Ethel Wood 7 Female 5/32 Card #42 Cherokee by BloodRoll #148
Harriet E. Wood 16 Female 5/32 Card #42 Cherokee by BloodRoll #145
Lucy B. Wood 19 Female 5/32 Card #42 Cherokee by BloodRoll #144
Maudie May Wood 10 Female 5/32 Card #42 Cherokee by BloodRoll #147
Lewis E. Wood 21 Male 5/32 Card #42 Cherokee by BloodRoll #143
William H. Wood 49 Male 1/32 Card #42 Cherokee by BloodRoll #141
William O. Wood 13 Male 5/32 Card #42 Cherokee by BloodRoll #146
Bessie Henson 10 Female 1/8 Card #43 Cherokee by BloodRoll #150
Cherokee Henson 11 Female 1/8 Card #43 Cherokee by BloodRoll #149
Sarah J. Henson 5 Female 1/8 Card #43 Cherokee by BloodRoll #151
Frankie Lamar 5 Female 1/16 Card #44 Cherokee by BloodRoll #158
Jessie Lamar 17 Female 1/16 Card #44 Cherokee by BloodRoll #153
Mabel Lamar 19 Female 1/16 Card #44 Cherokee by BloodRoll #152
Maud Lamar 13 Female 1/16 Card #44 Cherokee by BloodRoll #155
Mildred Lamar 8 Female 1/16 Card #44 Cherokee by BloodRoll #157
Nettie Lamar 10 Female 1/16 Card #44 Cherokee by BloodRoll #156
Lucius Lamar 15 Male 1/16 Card #44 Cherokee by BloodRoll #154
Calvin G. James 35 Male 1/32 Card #46 Cherokee by BloodRoll #159
Rosa B. Graham 4 Female 1/32 Card #47 Cherokee by BloodRoll #162
Bluford Graham 9 Male 1/32 Card #47 Cherokee by BloodRoll #161
William Graham 30 Male 1/16 Card #47 Cherokee by BloodRoll #160
Agnes Barnes 24 Female Full Card #48 Cherokee by BloodRoll #26938
George D. Barnes 4 Male 1/2 Card #48 Cherokee by BloodRoll #26940
Oscar E. Barnes 2 Male 1/2 Card #48 Cherokee by BloodRoll #26941
Servetus B. Barnes 6 Male 1/2 Card #48 Cherokee by BloodRoll #26939
Lucy J. Paden 38 Female 1/8 Card #49 Cherokee by BloodRoll #164
Maggie Paden 18 Female 3/16 Card #49 Cherokee by BloodRoll #166
Mary Paden 2 Female 3/16 Card #49 Cherokee by BloodRoll #171
Coffee W. Paden 12 Male 3/16 Card #49 Cherokee by BloodRoll #169
Homer Paden 16 Male 3/16 Card #49 Cherokee by BloodRoll #167
Howard Paden 20 Male 3/16 Card #49 Cherokee by BloodRoll #165
James Paden 14 Male 3/16 Card #49 Cherokee by BloodRoll #168
James Paden 49 Male 1/16 Card #49 Cherokee by BloodRoll #163
Jesse J. Paden 8 Male 3/16 Card #49 Cherokee by BloodRoll #170
Emma Nidiffer 42 Female 1/4 Card #50 Cherokee by BloodRoll #173
Claud Nidiffer 2 Male 3/16 Card #50 Cherokee by BloodRoll #180
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Enrollment packets may provide further details about the individual and their family, including marriage, birth, and death information. Allotment packets contain information about the individual's land allotment, plat maps, correspondence, and other documents. Enrollment and allotment packets vary in length from a single page to more than 100 pages. Please note that while Creek application packets are not available, you may still order allotment packets.

About the Dawes Rolls

Officially known as The Final Rolls of the Citizens and Freedmen of the Five Civilized Tribes in Indian Territory, the Dawes Rolls list individuals who chose to enroll and were approved for membership in the Five Civilized Tribes (Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole.) Enrollment for the Dawes Rolls began in 1898 and ended in 1906.

What kind of information will I find on the Dawes Rolls?

The Rolls list the individual's name, age, sex, blood degree, census card number and page, enrollment number, and tribe.

In most cases the ages indicated on the rolls are the age of individuals around 1902. Those listed as "newborns" and "minors" were born after the initial enrollment began in 1898, but before March of 1907.

Tribal association will be listed as "By Blood," "Intermarriage," or "Freedmen." Intermarriage indicates the person was married to a citizen of the tribe. You may also see the letters "I W" for Intermarried White. Freedmen were the former slaves of the Five Civilized Tribes and their descendants.

What information do I need before I search?

Basic information includes the name of a person who was alive and living in the Indian Territory during the enrollment period. If the individual was a married woman, you should look for her under her married name.

I cannot locate my ancestor in the index. What should I do now?

Look for your ancestor on the 1900 U.S. Census. If your ancestor did not live in Indian Territory, it is extremely unlikely they will be on the rolls. If they were living in Indian Territory check the available lists for rejected Dawes applications. Consider the possibility your ancestor belonged to another tribe or preferred not to be recognized as Indian.

For further information about tribal citizenship, contact the tribe directly.