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Virginia Jinnie Bankester and her mother, MaryAnn Bankester - Cherokee/Creek - circa 1900

  • Rita ᏡᏔ Smith1331

    Part of my heritage and so proud of it. Mama's side was Irish & grandfater was part Creek, my daddy was 1/2 Cherokee

Noah Webster Wallace and his wife, Alice Wallace, with their son and daughter in Alabama - Creek - circa 1875

2nd Lt. Ernest L. Childers (Creek), being congratulated by Gen. Jacob L. Devers (on the right) after receiving the Medal of Honor while serving with the U.S. Army's 45th Infantry Division, 180th Infantry Regiment, C Company in Italy during World War II - 1944

Eloita Stidham-Constantino (aka Oyepela) the daughter of Lee Stidham and Lura M. Lowe-Stidham, and the wife of Joseph A. Constantino - Creek - before 1938

  • mk derr

    My family is from Stidham and my grandfather was Creek..his stepmother's name was Ollie, married to Samuel Lewis Pit(t)man

Locher Harjo - Creek - circa 1875

Cora Frances Berryhill - Creek - circa 1900

Riley McGhee (the husband of Cora L. Presley-McGhee) in Poarch, Alabama - Creek - circa 1950

Creek and Cherokee students attending Baptist Indian University in Muskogee, Oklahoma (now known as Bacone College) - 1889

Chitto Harjo (aka Crazy Snake, aka Wilson Jones, aka Bill Jones, aka Bill Snake, aka Bill Harjo) - Creek - before 1911

Creek Stick Ball Players at Thlopthlocco Tribal Town near Okemah, Oklahoma - 1924

George Washington Stidham Jr. (the son of George Washington Stidham) - Creek - 1869

  • Deborah Waddell

    He is one of my ancestors. please contact me if you are interested in his genealogy

Kot-Co-Cu (aka Cotchoche, aka Ga-Ton-Zhi, aka Tiger, aka Little Tiger) - Creek - 1869