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Mattie Virgina (Barnett) Doshier
Posted by: Daniel Dorough Date: January 01, 2002 at 13:17:21
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I am looking for info on anything about this woman. I know that she was born in Hartorne, OK. TO who i am unsure. I know at the time that area was Choctaw Resevation. She was born in July 15, 1889. SHe married a Rufus Doshier. They lived here in Elk City, Ok. They had Three daughters Rae, Mae, & Marie Doshier. Also had one son Thurman but died in 1978. Rufus died in 1953. Mattie died in April 3, 1980.

All I know Is that. One of Her Daughters My grandma Marryied Cecil Dorough Here. Now Two or more children May have been born in Boonesville, AR. between 1912 and 1915. Also one daughter Rae attended school in Vinson, OK. For a while. Rae is Gone , Mae is still alive, Thurman is gone, And Marie is still alive. Marie lives with her husband in Lawton, OK. Marie Viani is her married name. Rae's was Chalfant, Mae is Dorough.

If any of this sounds Like u or you know about locating info on Hartshoren During 1880 to 1900. Please Let me know. I do n't know Matties parents names or if she had and brothers or sisters. There are predomate features that say that their is a Native American link. And is is known That Choctaw and Creek and Cherokee Indians intermarried if permitted. My e-mail is debrad@itlnet.com.

Thank You

Daniel Allen Dorough


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