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Re: Joe Hutton, Sr./Creek Freedmen
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I have read through all of your finding and am sure that you have been as most of us are miss guided because you did not know where you came from. It would take me untold time to tell you and because Indians back in 1880 and 1906 wwere treat terrible most did not come forward for the roll. First off you started off wrong Joe was not a Creek Freedman it was his birth right to know his fathers name is to know your family.The Huttons you came from are from Tuskegee they are Alex1/8th in bld roll#889,Annie 1/4th in bld 29 yrs old 885, Bessie 13 yrs old 1/8th bld 886, Billy 2 yrs old 1/8th bld 891, Henry Male parent City of residence: Candian name. This is when the Irish blood mixed in our families.Houston 1 yrs old1/8th 892, Robert 4yrs old 1/8th bld 890, Salina 10 yrs old 1/8th 888, Sedelia 12 yrs old 1/8th bld 887.Wiliam and Mary Nero were respnsible for getting the Hutton Family on the roll A.J Hutton was Huttonville first postmaster, yes he was a part of all of this.As I said you are not only a Hutton you are a McGee,Crabtree Holt Littleton, Woodward, Riddle,Flack,Young and Nero.Most are dead that are on the roll but one that I know of and he is a Riddle Cub is his name and he was he years of age when he went on the roll, and he live right here with me in my city. Go to www.archives.gov type in one of those roll # or even if you have one keep following all the blue lines find Joe Hutton Sr. father and e-mail me back I have much history at my age and would love to find more family.
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