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Indian Pioneer Papers - Index

Indian Pioneer History Project for Oklahoma
Date: Not given
Name: Lucille S. Haworth Brannon
Post Office: Turley, Oklahoma
Date of Birth: 
Place of Birth: 
Father: Owen H, Haworth (white)
Place of Birth:
Information on father: 
Mother: Ida L. (Stephens) Haworth 
Place of Birth: Tahlequah
Information on mother: Cherokee
Field Worker: 
Interview #:
Volume 77

Mrs. Bannon’s story:

My mother is the daughter to Sarah (Hicks) and S. S. Stephens, whose ancestors are from Georgia. They were teachers and educators in Oklahoma.

My father came from Indiana and is the son of Rev. W. P. Haworth, missionary among the Indians.

S. S. Stephens started the Female Seminary at Tahlequah, now the Northeastern State Teachers College, and his daughter, Ida L. Stephens (now Mrs. Owen Haworth) started or opened the Mission School in the fall of 1884 in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Rev. W. P. Haworth started the first Presbyterian Church in Vinita, and Tulsa, Oklahoma. He was stationed at Vinita when called to Tulsa in 1884.

Transcriber notes: 
Full name is Lucile Sarah Haworth. 
She married Orval O. Brannon in 1905.
Dawes # 8317, Census Card # 3404
1/8 Cherokee
Father: Spencer Scago Stephens b. abt 1837
Dawes # 5760, Census Card # 2220 
½ Cherokee
Mother: Sarah Rosalie Hicks b. May 27, 1832
Dawes # 5761, Census Card # 2220 
¾ Cherokee

Transcribed for OKGenWeb by Catherine Widener <catz@kcisp.net>  March 2002.