|Birth: ||Dec. 25, 1846|
|Death: ||Jun. 10, 1910|
Isaac "Ike" HOSEY was born 25 DEC 1846 in Jasper County, Mississippi, to Hezekiah "Kye" HOSEY Sr. & Martha "Patsy" TERRAL HOSEY. Ike married Harriet DePRIEST, daughter of Alexander D. DePRIEST and Patience Jane STRICKLAND DePRIEST. Ike and Harriet had six children, M. Roxan HOSEY (VANDERSLICE), H. HOSEY (Infant Death), John B. "JB" HOSEY, Patience C. HOSEY (VANDERSLICE), Jane P. HOSEY (WRIGHT), William T. "Billy" HOSEY.
Isaac & Harriett HOSEY left Jasper County, Mississippi, to the Creek Indian Nation (Oklahoma) on December 2, 1888. A four span of oxen pulled the wagon with the younger children (teenagers) walking most of the distance beside the wagon. They arrived in what is now McIntosh County, Oklahoma Territory (Creek Indian Nation) on February 10, 1889. They then moved slightly west between Paden and Stroud were Harriett DePRIEST HOSEY took her Indian Allotment Land awarded to her due to her Creek Indian blood and as provided by the Dawes Commission.
"Ike Hosey, widely known early day character around Stroud, was a tall angular six-footer. His loud and cheerful laugh was heard many a time from one end of Stroud's Main street to the other. Always in the crook of his arm, even as he strode up and down our rough board sidewalks, rested either a .44 Winchester or a double barrel .10 gauge shotgun. The very rough and hard appearance of Ike Hosey greatly belied his real nature for his heart was as tender and as easily touched as a women's. (Isaac) Ike Hosey himself was of Irish and English descent, but his wife was a part Creek Indian and a very beautiful maiden in her younger days" Stroud, Oklahoma Newspaper – "Hosey Christmas of 1901"
HOSEY CEMETERY -- From Paden, Oklahoma. Directions: Turn north at Paden Post Office (Main St., Right on 4th, Left on Cedar), go north 9 miles on Cedar ( becomes N3620 Road with black top ending approx 4 miles north of Paden) ...to a Y in road (E0960 Road), turn Left (West) 1/2 mile on E0960 Road to N3615 Road, turn Right (North) on N3615 Road and go 1 mile to the end of the road, turn left (EO950 Road), go approx. 25 yards, stop, HOSEY Cemetery is on your immediate right. Cemetery is on right hand side of dirt road. Note: The County numbered road signs, mentioned, do not exist but these directions should get you there.
Family oral tradition says that Isaac HOSEY died while eating too much ice cream in an "Ice Cream" eating contest.
Issac "Ike" HOSEY is the Great Great Grandfather to Arthur Allen MOORE III
Hezekiah Hosey (1815 - 1869)
Martha Pasty Terrell Hosey (1820 - 1851)
Harriet Adelyn DePRIEST Hosey (1844 - 1940)
M. Roxan Hosey Vanderslice (1866 - 1907)*
John B. Hosey (1871 - 1920)*
Jane P. Hosey Wright (1876 - 1967)*
William T. Hosey (1879 - 1897)*
Isaac Hosey (1846 - 1910)
Martha Jane Hosey (1864 - ____)**
Fannie Hosey Craig (1868 - 1931)**
Created by: Arthur Allen "Art" Moore...
Record added: Jan 29, 2006
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