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MARY ANN MARSHALL
MARSHALL, Mary Ann
- Mary Ann Marshall, also known as "Polly" or
"Pollyanna", was born in
1823 in Missouri, the daughter of Betsy Wilaquenaho, 1862
Allotment No. 70 (whom see under WILAQUENAHO, Betsy) and William H.
Marshall. Mary Ann married Henry
a promoter of Bonner Springs, Wyandotte County, Kansas. He was born on 9 February 1818 and died on
16 December 1881 and was buried in the Armstrong-Secondine Cemetery in Nowata, Oklahoma.
Mary Ann Marshall had No. 117 of the Allotment of Delaware Lands in Kansas
Treaty of May 1860, with 1862 Delaware Census Roll No. 781. age 30. Her
allotment was in E/2 NW/4, Section 30, Township South 11, Range East 24,
80 acres. She is No. 4 on the list of those to retain their tribal relations in
1867. (Fay Louise Smith Arellano, transcriber.
Delaware Trails: Some
Tribal Records 1842-1907, "Delaware Indians Who Have Elected to Retain
Their Tribal Relations At the Delaware Agency, Kansas, February 1867 , p.
189). Mary Ann had Dawes Commission 1898 No. 32201 and the
Delaware-Cherokee 1904 Census No. 10402. She was listed in the Register of Delaware
Living in the Cherokee Nation on 4 August 1898, under Betsy Marshall, No. 967, dead, as
Mary Marshall, age
76. It appears that in her later years Mary Ann moved in with her daughter,
Francis O. Tiblow Brown at probably Big Cabin, Oklahoma. Mary died_______ and was buried in the
grave marker is inscribed "Mary A. TIBLOW." It is a "concrete three-part
monument. TIBLOW on middle; a closed ___ atop: ""Asleep in Jesus"" Open gates &
stars over name. Footstone M. A. T." (Tombstone Readings, "Section
#5, p. 155 ) Her daughter, Francis Tiblow-Brown,
and other members of the latter's family were also buried in this cemetery. Mary Ann was listed on in the
List of 26 Delaware Who Elected to Remain in Kansas
under the 1862
Allotment Number No. 117 as Mary Ann Tiblow with the following children:
1. No. 118 Virginia A. Tiblow (Brown), age 19. 1862 Delaware Census No. 782, age 13. Allotment W/2 NW/4 Section 30, Township South 11, Range East 24, 80 acres. No. 5 on the list of Persons Who Chose to Retain Tribal Relations 1867. Her daughter Rosanna is No. 2 on that list.
2. No. 119 Mary Cummins Tiblow. 1862 Delaware Census No. 783, age 11. Allotment E/2 NW/4 Section 31, Township South 11, Range East 24, 80 acres. Married Andrew Stephenson/Stevenson/Stevens. She was No. 1 on the list of Persons who chose to remain in Kansas in 1867. (Smith Arellano, Delaware Trails, p. 189)
3. No. 120 Richard W. C. Tiblow, age 6. 1862 Delaware Census No. 784. Allotment W/2 SE/4, Township South 30, Township East 24, 80 acres. No. 6 on the list of Persons Who Chose to Retain Tribal relations 1867.
4. No. 121 Nathan S. Tiblow (dead). Listed as 8 months old in the 1862 Delaware Census. 1862 Delaware Census No. 786. Allotment W/2 SW/4 Section 30, Township South 11, Range East 24, 80 acres.
5. No. 276 Francis O. Tiblow (Brown), female, age 8. 1862 Delaware Census No. 785. Allotment W/2 NE/4. Allotment W/2 NE/4, Section 31, Township South 11, Range East 24, 80 acres. She married John A. Brown and had Dawes Commission No. 32212 and 1904 Census No. 10439. No. 7 on the list of Persons Who Chose to Retain Tribal Relations 1867. In the interview below in December 1903, she testified that she was 49 years old, born, that is, about 1852. At that time she also testified that she lived at Big Cabin.
6. Charles Tiblow, was born in 1863. He is No. 8 on the list to retain tribal relations 1867.
7. Nancy Jane Tiblow was born in 1865. She is No 9 on the list to retain tribal relations.
Her son Richard W. C. Tiblow No. 118 died before the Dawes and 1904 Census numbers were assigned. Mary Ann Tiblow No. 117 is the mother of Mary (Tiblow) Stevenson, 1862 Allotment No. 119. whom see under TIBLOW, Mary. Researcher and descendant, Vickie Wilkins: Email email@example.com
Mary Ann(Marshall) Tiblow
The following is from an interview of Mary Ann (Marshall) Tiblow who was applying for enrollment as a citizen of the Cherokee Nation:
Department of the Interior, Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes, Venita, I. T., September [?] 21st,1900
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION of Mary A. Tiblow for enrollment as a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, and she being sworn by Commissioner C. B. [Spelling ?] Breckenridge, testified as follows:
Q. What is your full name? A. Mary A. Tiblow.
Q. What is your age? A. The twelfth of last March I was seventy seven years old.
Q. What is your post office? A. Ketchum.
Q. What district do you live in? A. Delaware.
Q. Who is it that you want to have put on the rolls; yourself? A. Just myself.
Q. Are you a Cherokee by blood? No sir; my mother is a Delaware and my father a white man.
Q. How long have you lived in the Cherokee Nation? Thirty years. [Since about 1870]
Q. Are you on the roll of 1880? I guess so. (1880 Roll, Page 324, #2383, Mary A. Tiblo, Delaware District) (1904 Roll, Page 424, #82[?], Mary A. Tiblow, Delaware District)
Q. Was your husband Henry Tiblow? A. Yes sir. This applicant is identified on the rolls of 1880 and 1898, as a Delaware: She has lived in the Cherokee Nation for the last thirty years. and she will be listed now for enrollment upon a "Straight Card."...Subscribed and sworn to this 22nd day of September, 1900 ...
[Roll numbers need to be checked. Editor]
This is another interview of Mary Ann (Marshall) Tiblow regarding her Cherokee Nation Citizenship:
Department of the Interior, Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes, Vinita, Indian Territory, December 4, 1903.[ It is marked "Delaware 8. in the upper, left-hand corner.]
In the matter of the application for the enrollment of Mary A. Tiblow as a Delaware by blood of the Cherokee Nation. Mary Ann Tiblow, being duly sworn, and examined, testified as follows:
Q. What is your name? Mary Ann Tiblow.
Q. How old are you? If I live through March I will be eighty years old. [Born about 1824]
Q. What is your post office? A. Some time it is Vinita and I am staying down on Big Cabin....
Q. Mail addressed to you, whereabouts will reach you? A. I guess on Big Cabin, I am staying down there with my daughter.
Q. You are a Delaware citizen by blood of the Cherokee Nation, are you? A. I guess.
Q. How long have you resided in the Cherokee Nation? A. Oh, a long while.
Q. Were you admitted to citizenship in the Cherokee Nation? A. I guess so, my husband was.
Q. Do you know when you were admitted? A. I guess I got the papers...
Q. Do you remember what year it was when you came to the Cherokee Nation? A. I haven't got the papers when the Delawares come and everything, but didn't bring them.
Q. You don't remember? A. No, but they always took me in.
Q. Did you come down from Kansas with the Delawares in 1868? A. We didn't stay when they did but we come afterwards.
Q. You don't claim that your name is on the Delaware register, do you? A. I guess it is.
Q. They're the ones you know that came down here under the treaty with the Delawares and Cherokees. A. (No response)
Q. Have you resided in the Cherokee Nation all the time since you came to the Cherokee Nation? A. Yes sir.
Q. Haven't you made your home anywhere else at all? A. No sir.
Frances O. Brown being sworn and examined, testified as follows:
Q. Your name is Frances O. Brown? A. Yes sir.
Q. How old are you? A. Forty-nine. [Born about 1852]
Q. Your post office is Vinita? A. Big Cabin.
Q. This is your mother Mary, Mary A. Tiblow? A. Yes sir.
Q. You have testified in your own case, have you? A. Yes sir.
Q. You testified in your own case that you father, Henry Tiblow, came from Kansas with the Delawares under the Treaty of April 8, 1867, did you? A. Yes sir, but I don't think we moved just when the Delawares did.
Q. And your mother and the children, including yourself, came down afterwards and were admitted to citizenship in the Cherokee Nation, by an act of the Cherokee National Council, that is what you have just testified in your own case? A. Yes sir.
Q. And your mother here was admitted along with the others by the act of that Council? A. Yes sir.
[There may be more to this interview. Editor]
Researchers: Vickie Wilkins firstname.lastname@example.org Martin Weeks email@example.com Thomas Swiftwater Hahn firstname.lastname@example.org
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