The stories shared by Mapes, as well as Warren’s brothers and a number of her cousins, echo Warren’s assertion. It was just part of who we were.” The story was written with the cooperation of the Warren campaign, which made certain people from Warren’s background available to The Globe, and came just days before the first debate in Massachusetts’ Senate race.
But other cousins, some of whom also do not know Warren, say they know nothing of Native American blood in the family. A detailed analysis of The Globe article actually called Warren’s family lore stories into question, because among other things, Warren’s claim in the article was focused on a different family line than originally claimed.
In a lengthy interview, Warren referred to stories about her roots that she says were frequently told at family gatherings in her native Oklahoma, but declined to share virtually any of them.
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Willie Williams officiating, and interment to follow at Oakwood Cemetery. 24, 1968, in Wewoka, and to this marriage two children were born. They moved to Seminole 31 years ago from Del City to become cattle ranchers.
Survivors include his wife, Judy, of the Home; sons Charles Todd Abbiss, of Wewoka, Joseph Eugene Abbiss and wife Jodi, of Midwest City; grandchildren Anya Knight, of Wewoka, Alexis Gentry, of Spaulding, and Reylli Abbiss, of Wewoka; two great-grandchildren; sister, Nancy Cook, of Claremore; and other relatives and friends. Graveside services are scheduled for 11 a.m., Friday, July 17, 2009 at Sunny Lane Cemetery, in Del City. Messages of condolence can be sent to the family online at Seminole County Resident Lois Marie (Carpitcher) Adachi died Wednesday, June 17, 2009 at St. She was a homemaker and a member of the Victory Baptist Church, in Oklahoma City.
Pallbearers will be Marco Carpitcher, Oscar Bunner, Donovan Estrada, Jonas Carpitcher, D. He was born July 30, 1942, in Shawnee, to Roy and Thelma Mae (Harmon) Adams. Adams lived and worked most of his life in the Seminole and Tecumseh areas. On October 23, 1976, he married Harriet Adkisson, in Marthasville, Louisiana.
“These are my family stories, I have lived in a family that has talked about Native American and talked about tribes since I was a little girl.”Warren’s extended family has mixed opinions on the Native American question.
Funeral Services are scheduled for Monday, June 22, 2009, at 1 p.m.