Thomas Walter QUAID Benjamin Walter QUAID Elihu QUAID William Riley QUAID Simpson QUAID Charles Hugh QUAID Young Harrington QUAID Emily Jemima QUAID Thomas QUAID Emily Ann Meese MOORE Mini tree diagram
America Jane QUAID

America Jane QUAID1,2,3

14th Feb 18531,2 - 30th Nov 19362

Life History

14th Feb 1853

Born in Texas.1,2

30th Nov 1936

Died in Oklahoma.2

after 30th Nov 1936

Buried in Byrds Prairie Cemetery, Tupelo, Coal, Oklahoma.2


  • 1860 Federal Census, Rusk County, Texas, 30 June, Beat 3, P O NewSalem, page 70, Hse #435, Fam #450
    E M Quade 41 M [sic, should be female, this is Emily] Farmer $790 RealEstate $2000 Personal  born Miss
    America Quade 10 F born Texas

    America applied for herself and her children to be recognized asChoctaw, but eveidence was determined to be insufficient and theirapplication was rejected.  Note that she did not have an interview inthis case until 12 September 1901.

    U.S. Native American Enrollment Cards for the Five Civilized Tribes,1898-1914
    12 September 1901, Chickasaw Nation, P O Emit, Card Field #R3512,Refused
    1 Bennett, America J, Age 47, Female [Birth abt 1854], Don't KnowBlood %, Fath Thomas Quiad Dead non-citizen, Moth Emily Quaid ClaimChoctaw
    2 Long, Luther H, Son, Age 17, Male, [Birth abt 1894], Don't KnowBlood %, Fath John Long Dead Non Citz, Moth #1
    3 Bennett, Columbus J, Son Age 13, M Birth Abt 1888, Don't Know Blood%, Fath John Long Dead Non Citz, Moth #1
    4 Bennett, Robert B, Son Age 12, M Birth Abt 1889, Don't Know Blood %,Fath John Long Dead Non Citz, Moth #1
    5 Bennett, Ester L , Dau, Age F 3, Birth Abt 1899, Don't Know Blood %,Fath John H Bennett Non Citz, Moth #1

    Notes:  See Testimony of September 12th, 1901;  Refer to MCR 3540
    Decision rendered Sep 3 1902, Rcord forwarded to Department Sep 3 1902
    Notice of decision mailed to attorneys for Choctaw and ChickasawNations Sep 3 1902

    The application of the several persons herein for identification asMississippi Choctaws refused in the decision in the case of SilasSharpe Et al MCR 3540 forwarded to the Sec of Interior Sep 3 1902
    Action approved by the Sec of Interior Jul 13 1904
    Notice of decision forwarded to attorneys for Choctaw and ChickasawNations Jul 23 1904

    America Jane QUAID BENNETT
    Birth Feb. 14, 1853 Texas, USA
    Death Nov. 30, 1936 Oklahoma, USA

    America's parents were Thomas Walter QUAID b. abt. 1825 MD & EmilyMese MOORE b. 1822 AL, d. 1911 OK.
    America's first husband was John R. LONG b. 1848 TN, d. bet. 1889/1890TX whom she married 9 Dec 1869 in Cooke Co.,TX.
    America's second husband was John BENNETT b. Nov 1848 IN whom shemarried in 1894.

    Luther Harrington LONG (1884 - 1936)
    James Columbus LONG (1887 - 1931)
    Robert R. LONG (1888 - 1936)

    Burial Byrds Prairie Cemetery, Tupelo, Coal County, Oklahoma, USA

    Created by Fred Downs Jan 31, 2008
    --  Find A Grave Memorial #24292758,


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