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Re: Pitchlynn/Franklin/Spring - La. / Miss.
Posted by: Bob Curry Date: January 07, 2000 at 22:55:37
In Reply to: Pitchlynn/Franklin/Spring - La. / Miss. by Neale S. Brown of 252

In the book by Don Martini, Who was Who among the Southern Indians, he states that William Spring, Choctaw, died at Amite City, Louisiana, in 1870-1875. He was born in Mississippi. His wife, Mary Franklin, was the daughter of Henry Franklin--application for enrollment, Choctaw Nation, Case 3574. There is also a John S. Spring who was the son of William and Mary Spring. The Choctaw enrollment packet: No. 3574 needs to check into to see how they read. It seems that the Indian blood comes from William Spring.


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