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Thomas Duncan


DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
COMMISSION TO THE FIVE CIVILIZED TRIBES,
FORT GIBSON, I.T., AUGUST 31, 1900.

In the matter of the application of Thomas Duncan for enrollment as a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, said Duncan being sworn by Commissioner Needles, testified as follows:

Q What is you name? ...A Thomas Duncan.

Q Your Age? ...A 20

Q Your post office? ...A Texanna.

Q What district do you live in? ...A Canadian.

Q Are you recognized citizen of the Cherokee Nation? ...

A Yes. 

Q By blood? ...A yes.

Q What degree of blood do you claim? ...A Half.

Q How long have you lived in the Cherokee Nation? ...A all my life.

Q Whom do you want enrolled? ...A Myself.

Q What is your fatherís name? ...A Sam.

Q Is he living? ...A No sir.

Q What is your motherís name? ...A Katie.

Q Is she living? No sir.

Applicant on í80 roll, page 14, number 368, as infant.

On í96 roll, page 17, number 486

The name James Duncan is found upon the authenticated roll of í80 as Infant Duncan, and upon the census roll of í96 as James Duncan. He being fully identified thereby and having made satisfactory proof as to his residence, said James Duncan will be duly listed for enrollment by this Commission as a Cherokee citizen by blood.

The undersigned, being first duly sworn, states that as Stenographer to the Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes, he correctly recorded the testimony and proceedings in this case, and that the foregoing is a true and complete transcript of his stenographic notes thereof.

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Subscribed and sworn to before me this 18th day of September, 1900.

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Commissioner

Submitted by Kenyon Littles Kenyon@sbcglobal.net Dec 2002.

 


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