|Birth: ||1821, USA|
|Death: ||Apr. 21, 1886|
His stone is broken and top part is placed in the ground in front of the bottom half.
Lt. Thomas Adams, a Confederate Indian veteran, brought his family to the area and settled by the springs, from which the name Sand Springs derived. The settlement which arose was originally named Adam Springs. With the coming of the white settlers, the Creeks were pushed back and only, their small burial ground was left behind.
FH: Cemetery on the Thomas Adams Allotment.
Enrollment for Creek Census Card #2285
***Lieutenant Adams, Parent, Male
City of Residence: Tulsa Canadian***
Creek Adams Lieutenant 0 Male P
Creek Adams Thomas 16 Male Full #6958 BB
Creek Adams Samuel 19 Male Full #6957 BB
Creek Harjo Selina 12 Female Full #6956 BB
Creek Harjo Moleyar 45 Female Full #6955 BB
Creek Harjo Nocus 67 Female Full #6954 BB
Creek Hocotetchee 0 Female P
Creek Nehathloccogee 0 Male P
Creek Niggie 0 Male P
From contributor janicet #47361005---
Buried in Tulsa County, OK
ADAMS, Thomas - Co. H, 1st Creek Cavalry Regiment, C.S.A.- Born ca 1821 - died 21 April 1886. Aged 65 years - buried Tullahassee Creek Indian Cemetery, Sand Springs, OK.
Tullahassee Creek Indian Cemetery
Maintained by: OkieBran
Originally Created by: Fry
Record added: Mar 09, 2002
Find A Grave Memorial# 6246341
Thank you, Lieutenant, for your service to the Southern Nation. Deo Vindice.|
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