Grandmother, Susan Brown, nee Jefferson, nee Nowlin and nee Keel (full blood Chickasaw Roll #2828, Enrollment Card 953) was granted her original Homestead and Surplus allotment lands in Oklahoma Territory, Woodville, later Marshall County on August 25, 1906 (Patent numbers 13966 and 24746 respectively).
Her mother was Sylvia Frazier Okayumbby Brown (full blood Chickasaw Roll #2827) and her father was Loman Brown (full blood Chickasaw). G-grandmother Sylvia and Loman Brown had three children, two of which survived: Joe Loman Brown and our Grandmother, Susan Brown.
Our Grandmother Susan (a.k.a. Susie) to her husband Lorenzo E. Nowlin were married in Grayson County, Texas on April 20, 1910. To this marriage, our father Raymond Nowlin was born on October 13, 1914 in Woodville, Marshall County, Oklahoma. Raymond was the lawful heir born to Susan and the only child who survived into adulthood.
Lorenzo died almost two months after the birth of his son due to a tragic gun shot wound on December 04, 1914. Who remained essentially was a business savvy Indian woman who had in her name numerous direct oil and gas leases, her infant son and a niece, cousin Katherine Josephine Brown nee Graham (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=99418294).
…and then the scheme, ever so twisted soon began in an effort to fraudulently disinherit Raymond from what was rightfully his through a series of omissions and then a defamatory claim published some sixty eight (68) years after his mother, Susie died and at least eighteen (18) years after his own death.