Thanks, Bryan! Cleared that up.
If you do happen upon any of Moshulatubbe's kin in the CSA, would you let me know? I'm related to the Folsoms, LeFlores, Bohannons, Crowders, Jones, and a few other families as well, so I'm fairly sure that my Choctaw kinfolk served in the CSA in the Indian Territory.
You might be interested to know that my great-grandfather(x3), McKee King, was a signatory to the treaty between the Choctaw/Chickasaw Nations and the Confederate States of America.
McKee King is the son of Moshulatubbe, and a delegate to the Yankees in DC before the War, and is buried in San Bois Cemetery, San Bois, Oklahoma.
Here, by the way, is a list of the signatories to the treaty between the CSA and the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations:
Commissioner of the Confederate States.
R. M. JONES,
WM. B. PITCHLYNN, GEO. W. HARKINS, Jr.
JOHN P. TURNBULL,
Commissioners of the Choctaw Nation.
MARTIN W. ALLEN,
JOHN M. JOHNSON,
HENRY C. COLBERT,
JAMES N. MCLISH,
JOHN E. ANDERSON,
Commissioners of the Chickasaw Nation.
Signed, sealed, and copies exchanged in our presence, July 12, 1861.
Secretary of the Commissioner.
W. WARREN JOHNSON.
W. L. PIKE.
WM. H. FAULKNER.
Thanks again, and a great site!
Mac King Aston