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Re: DON JOSE COPINGER B. 1730
Posted by: Alfreda Doonkeen Date: September 09, 2001 at 18:50:26
In Reply to: Re: DON JOSE COPINGER B. 1730 by Betty Wadford of 218

Dear Betty W:
I have been researching Osceola for many years and find all kinds of different information about him and his family in the 1730's and in the Northern part of Florida. You say that you descend from Osceola's sister, do you carry on the traditional clans and bands of the Indians of the time? Principally Seminoles and Creeks? I would be very anxious to know the way your family descended into the future of EuroAmerica.
Additionally, how is the Coppinger named really spelled? Two 'P's or one?
Respectfully,
Alfreda Doonkeen
Wind Clan
Mekvsukey Band
Seminole Nation of Oklahoma Tribal Member


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