I have a little info on Robert McDonald Jones for you which is in the book "Who Was Who Among the Southern Indians 1698 - 1907", written by Don Martini, pages 354 - 355:
JONES, ROBERT MCDONALD - A Choctaw, born on October 1, 1808. He was described as a "halfbreed Creek" by one writer, however he was listed as a Choctaw while attending the Choctaw Academy in 1829 - 1830.
In 1831, he lived in LeFlore's District, probably in the Yazoo Valley. His household at that time consisting of one person, a male over age 16.
He was allowed 960 acres by the 1830 treaty, which noted that he did then reside in the Choctaw Nation.
He moved west in 1832, signed the 1837 treaty, and became a partner in the trading firm of Berthelet, Heald & Company od Doaksville.
In 1838 he lived on the Blue River. He eventually amassed great wealth, including five plantations, one of 4000 acres. He first lived at Skullyville, then moved from there to Boggy Depot.
From there he went to Lake West on Red River, and finally to Rose Hill near Doaksville. In 1847 he and his wife, Susan, owned 145 slaves 60 horses, 700 cattle, 175 sheep, 400 hogs, and 6 wagons. He raised 1200 bushels of wheat, 250 bales of cotton, 700 bushels of potatoes, 1000 bushels of oats, and 7400 bushels of corn that year. He signed the 1854 and 1861 treaties, and he died at Rose Hill on February 22, 1873.
His first wife was Judith Walker, whom he married on January 6, 1831.
He married Susan Colbert McLish, the daughter of Chickasaw chief George Colbert on November 8, 1838. She died in 1860 at the age of 50.
In 1861 he married Elizabeth Earls.
He was the father of Robert Fulton Jones, born 1832, Hiram Jones, born 1834, Ellen Jones, born 1836, George W. Jones, born between 1840 - 1845, Frances Jones. born 1842, Mary Elizabeth Jones, born 1861 (married George Randall), Robert Jefferson Jones, born 1863, Henry Earls Jones, born 1864 (died that same year), James McDonald Jones, born 1866 (died that same year), and Franklin Jones, born 1867 (died that same year).
Hope this bit of info helps you out.