Mary Ann <I>Groundhog</I> Eslinger

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Mary Ann Groundhog Eslinger

Birth
Death
26 Jan 1975 (aged 28)
Burial
Briggs, Cherokee County, Oklahoma, USA Add to Map
Plot
49
Memorial ID
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Mary Ann Eslinger born "Sosti" Groundhog on Wednesday October 23, 1946 to George Washington Groundhog and Sallie Ann (Dick) Groundhog of Tahlequah, Indian Territory U.S.A. she passed on Sunday January 26, 1975 and was laid to rest on Thursday January 30, 1975 at Cedar Tree Baptist Church.

Mary authored two books GI-Dee-Thlo-Ah-Ee Of The Blue People Clan for her daughters 1974 Christmas present, there are only ten copies of this book made. One belongs to Lisa Christine; two are registered at the Copy-Right Office; National Archives in Washington, D.C.; and one at the Oklahoma Historical Society; and one to the Cherokee Tribal Attorney, Earl Boyd Pierce. Mary also authored Cherokee People exposing the U.S. Government for their illicit exploitation and human trafficking of Native American girls.

Mary Ann Eslinger is survived by daughter GI-Dee-Thlo-Ah-Ee Groundhog aka Lisa Christine Christiansen.
Mary Ann Eslinger born "Sosti" Groundhog on Wednesday October 23, 1946 to George Washington Groundhog and Sallie Ann (Dick) Groundhog of Tahlequah, Indian Territory U.S.A. she passed on Sunday January 26, 1975 and was laid to rest on Thursday January 30, 1975 at Cedar Tree Baptist Church.

Mary authored two books GI-Dee-Thlo-Ah-Ee Of The Blue People Clan for her daughters 1974 Christmas present, there are only ten copies of this book made. One belongs to Lisa Christine; two are registered at the Copy-Right Office; National Archives in Washington, D.C.; and one at the Oklahoma Historical Society; and one to the Cherokee Tribal Attorney, Earl Boyd Pierce. Mary also authored Cherokee People exposing the U.S. Government for their illicit exploitation and human trafficking of Native American girls.

Mary Ann Eslinger is survived by daughter GI-Dee-Thlo-Ah-Ee Groundhog aka Lisa Christine Christiansen.

Bio by: Cedar Tree Baptist Church

Gravesite Details

Recorded in "Our People and Where They Rest" Vol 10



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