|Semvnacke Tafhvmken (#47945549)|
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Hensci!Semvnacke Tafhvmken cvhocefkvt os. Este cate Mvskoke, este lvste, este hvtket omes. Locvpokv Tvlofvn, Locvt Mvliketvn atat owis. Bakersfield California likvyet os. Mvskoke opunakvn cvpunayes. Hello my name is HANDSOME ONEFEATHER. I am Mvskoke Creek, Black and Scottish. I am from the Locvpokv Tribal Town and Turtle Clan. I live in Bakersfield California. I speak the Mvskoke Creek language. My area of expertise is mainly on Muscogee Creek and Seminole peoples and their descendant but NOT ENTIRELY as I like to help ALL find info on their ancestors/relatives.|
GRAVE CREEK CEMETERY
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|Nathan Vaughan Marks||RE: GEORGE TIGER|
Hello, The Old Post Oak Cemetery where George Tiger is buried was surveyed in 1972. At that time, it was not cared for and was overgrown with weeds. I don't know its current state today. I work in Okmulgee and may be able to find time to venture there and seek out George Tiger's stone. But if it is still neglected, then I may not be able to locate it. If you want me to try though, let me know.
Also, the transcription of the stone in 1972 said that George was born in 1897, rather than 1892 as you said in your post. And if he died in 1915, that was before WWI Draft Registration occurred in 1917, so he would not have registered for the draft. I am looking at all George Tigers registered for the WWI Draft in Oklahoma, and I do not see any with the date of birth of May 10, or any that were born later than 1888.
Are you certain you don't have this George Tiger confused with another? Just checking, because I would be glad to try and assist you with this, but I am just trying to verify what you're telling me. Do you believe the 1915 year of death that was transcribed from the stone (which could have been misread) is incorrect? If so, what year do you think he died? If he died in 1915, he did not register for the WWI draft, because the first registration for the draft was not held until June 5th, 1917.
|pz||Zolena McIntosh Boteler|
Hello- Thank you for your help. I am also part Creek Indian, and Scottish and Irish and a little English. I don't know the Creek language, but I have been reading books about the Creeks and their life to learn more about my family. Thanks again, Peggy
Added by pz on Nov 20, 2015 2:58 AM
|Anonymous||The work you are doing|
Thank you for doing God's work. May God continue to bless you with a tender heart and a sound mind.
I transferred your Granfather`s memorial into your care.
|Karin Lohr Love||RE: MUTTELOKE CEMETERY|
I have not visited this cemetery. So I can't answer your questions. Happy Trails ~ Karin Lohr Love