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Re: Johnson Kennard (Kenard, Canard)
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Just the land jacket only. They couldn't find the actual cc. They said that it maybe under another number, because the number of his cc doesn't match the one they have. I should have check the cc that they found against the Campbell abstract to see what the person they found number was. Wasn't thinking.
Laurel, I did find the information on a Joseph Bruner from the "Indian Pioneer History Collection" roll, #30, volumn 89-97 (section 89-pg 269).
Joseph stated that his mother was full blood creek of the Locha-pa-go Talesees (?) family from Alabama. His mothers name was Lucy, born around 1932. She married a man named John Bruner. He states that not much is know about his father other than what an ex-slave of his grandfather (George Bruner Sr.) said, named Payro told him. He feels this is correct because his grandfathers name was George Bruner. George Bruner had 4 boys - Joesph, John, George and Rider Bruner. He settled near Fort Gibson and after his death old Payro remained faithful to George Bruner Sr. boys, one of which was his father. He goes on to say after his fathers death (John Bruner) he moved with his mom to the old Bruner land on Rock Creek, six miles northwest of the present town of Sapulpa. There is a lot more.
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