Birth Name: Rayne Dakota Prescott
Place of Birth: Sulphur, Louisiana, U.S.
Date of Birth: July 29, 1993
*Choctaw-Apache Tribe of Ebarb, English, possibly Spanish and/or Mexican (mother)
Dak Prescott is an American football quarterback. He plays for the National Football League.
Dak is the son of Margaret “Peggy” (Ebarb) and Nathaniel Prescott. His mother died of cancer.
Dak’s maternal grandfather was Glyndell Wilbert “Glyn”/”Glenn” Ebarb (the son of Marceline/Marcelino Ebarbo/Ebarb and Martha Thomasa Malmay). Glyndell was a member of the Choctaw-Apache Tribe of Ebarb, a Native American tribe in Louisiana. He also possibly had Mexican and/or Spanish ancestry. Dak’s great-grandfather Marceline was the son of Marceline/Marcelino Ebarbo/Ebarb and Maria/Mary Sanchez. Dak’s great-grandmother Martha was the daughter of Hosea Simon (Bermea) Malmay and Isabella Sepulvado.
Dak’s maternal grandmother is Margaret Townsend.
Sources: Obituary of Dak’s mother – http://www.legacy.com
Dak’s maternal grandfather, Glyndell Wilbert “Glyn”/”Glenn” Ebarb, on the 1930 U.S. Census – https://familysearch.org
Obituary of Dak’s maternal grandfather, Glyndell Wilbert “Glyn”/”Glenn” Ebarb – https://www.findagrave.com
Dak’s maternal great-grandfather, Marceline/Marcelino Ebarbo/Ebarb, on the 1910 U.S. Census – https://familysearch.org
Death record of Dak’s maternal great-grandfather, Marceline/Marcelino Ebarbo/Ebarb – https://familysearch.org
Dak’s maternal great-great-grandfather, Marceline/Marcelino Ebarbo/Ebarb, on the 1850 U.S. Census – https://familysearch.org
Great-grandfather’s death record:
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I believe he was Mexican or Spanish.
According to the obituary, he was of Choctaw Native American and Apache Native American descent.
I’m talking about his great great grandfather and his wife Maria. They’re both white with Spanish names according to censi (Marcelino’s find a grave memorial has him as ”husband of Maria Sanchez”), but then again his father Hosea is from Texas, and Apaches are from Texas among other places and often have Spanish last names. If you could expand more on it, since I only found the paternal line it would be great.
Anyway, I connected their graves to Glyndell’s, just have to wait for it to get approved.
Oh I found Glyndell on a census.
Here both his parents are ”Mexican” but it could mean just mestizo.