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Brixey in 1900 Cherokee Nation, I.T.
Posted by: Karen Raichle (ID *****0649) Date: November 26, 2004 at 08:31:40
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The family of Lee Brixey was enumerated in Township 18, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory in 1900 census records. The family included wife Miriam E (Sumner) and childen Mary J, Liton J, Samuel O, and Ulisis O. By 1910 they were living in Township 3 Moody's, Cherokee Co., OK. Children listed at this time were Irvin, Omar, Otto, and Anie. Also living with Lee Brixey in 1910 was his mother-in-law, Mary J Sumner and brother-in-law Grant N Sumner.

By 1920 Lee and family were in Grandview, Cherokee Co., OK. The children still at home then were a son Bruan?, daughter Ann, and son Otto.

Lee Brixey married Miriam E Sumner in Washington Co., AR in 1885. She was the daughter of Samuel and Mary J Sumner. Lee was the son of James D Bricksey and Mary Johnson of Washington Co., AR.

Any information concerning Lee Brixey or his family would be greatly appreciated. Several of his brothers were also in Indian Territory in 1900. They included Toy, Owen D. and James.

IN 1920 Lee's cousin, Van B Johnson and family were living in Cherokee Co. They spent time in Moody's as well as Grandview townships. Van B Johnson was the son of Benjamin Thomas Johnson and Matilda Jane Oxford of Washington Co., AR. Van B Johnson was married to Hettie Weaver.

Would also love info on Van B and his family. Thanks

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