|Birth: ||1834, USA|
Private Co. H, 1st Mounted Creek Volunteers
Private Co. I, 1st Indian Territory Home Guard Union
Hattie Winslett and Lewis Perryman
He attended school at Coweta Mission and later at Tullahassee. He was a proficient interpreter and assisted Rev. W. S. Robertson and Rev. David Winslett, his half brother, in their Bible translations.
After leaving school, he married Jane Garrison a teacher of the Tullahassee Mission, from Greenfield, Missouri. He enlisted as private in the Confederate Army in the Civil War on August 9, 1861 in Company H of the First Creek Mounted Volunteers. He later on December 7, 1862 enlisted in the Union army at Burlington, Kansas in Company I, First Regiment of Indian Home Guards, Kansas Infantry and was honorably discharged on May 31, 1865.
Sanford was a character of much ability and served as a member of the Creek House of Warriors from 1868 to 1875, being speaker of that body from 1868 to 1870. He was a trustee of the Tullahassee Mission in 1867 and an elder of the Presbyterian church. He died at Coweta in the summer of 1876 and is buried in the old Coweta Mission cemetery."
CHRONICLES OF OKLAHOMA Vol #15
Lewis Perryman (1787 - 1862)
Hattie Ward Perryman (1803 - 1866)
Caroline Jane Garrison Perryman (1834 - 1906)*
Ellen Winslett Perryman (1819 - 1854)**
Befeeny Winslett Perryman (1826 - 1877)**
Sanford Ward Perryman (1834 - 1876)
Legus Chouteau Perryman (1838 - 1922)**
Josiah Chouteau Perryman (1840 - 1889)**
China Perryman Partridge (1842 - 1886)**
George Beecher Perryman (1847 - 1899)**
Lydia Perryman Beaver (1849 - 1879)**
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