As far as it is applicable to Indian Territory during the Civil War era, we are interested. Please post.
I'm not aware of a family connection between the Fields and the O'Field (or "Old Field" or "Old Fields"). The O'Field cemetery I'm aware of is along Beatie's Creek. Is this where these families lived before/during the war?
Capt Dumplin O'Field and brother Johnson were both in Company F (2nd Org), the 1st Cherokee Mtd Volunteers.
I'd be interested in where their families were during the war. I would expect at least by early 1863 they had been moved south. Watie had several companies along Spavinaw and Honey Creek and at his home near present Bernice scouting and ultimately bringing out the southern families, including his own in late 1862-early 1863.
I'd like to know about their younger brother Richard. There is much more written about the Southern Cherokee than those in the Union Indian Brigade. Did his family move north to Kansas or to Neosho MO and then follow the Union Indian Brigade back into the Cherokee Nation?