Descendants of Francois "Francis" Perron dit Trudell

Generation No. 1 1. FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1 TRUDELL was born 1799 in Canada1, and died December 04, 1881 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska2,3. He married MARY ICIYAPEWIN October 31, 1841 in Minnesota Territory, daughter of WAMBDISUN IANYAKE and TATEKOYAKEWIN. She was born April 1816 in Minnesota Territory, and died December 28, 1911 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 4,5. Notes for FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT TRUDELL: These are from photocopies of the handwritten documents from a microfilm of the Lake Pepin Half-breed Sioux scrip files. As given by Alan Woolworth of Minnesota State Historical Society to Walt Bachman, New York, NY. Transcribed by Carol Workman 6/27/2006 1853 Document No 125 I Francis Trudell of Dakotah Co. Min. Ter. (near Mendota) do solemnly swear that I am a Canadian Frenchman. About twenty years ago I was married by Indian custom, to a Sioux woman of the Mdewahkanton Band. At her baptism she was called Mary. She is now about 36 yrs. of age & I am 48. We live together & have seven children now living, viz: Francis aged seventeen years, Joseph aged ten years, Augustin aged seven; Henry aged five years; Elizabeth aged four years; Peter aged two years and Levi aged one month. They are Half Breeds & all live with us. his Francis X Trudell mark 1853 Document No 126 I, George H. Faribault of Mendota Min Ter do solemnly swear that I well know the above Francis Trudell, also his wife and all his children, seven in number as stated by him, and believe his affidavit true in all respects. His wife is a full blood Sioux and he is a Frenchman. He is a man of irreproachable character and his affidavit is entitled to full credit. I have known this family from my earliest recollection. I am now twenty nine years of age. Signed George H. Faribault ___________________________________________________________________ Francis served in the Civil War and the Dakota Indian Wars. He enlisted 11 September 1862 in Company K, 9th Minnesota Infantry Regiment as a Private, and was discharged for disability, 2 July 1863. At enlistment his age was listed as 45, born in Canada East, and Residing in Wabasha, Wabasha County, Minnesota. Listed as Francois Trudelle in a Land Patent dated 10 March 1856. He was a member of the American Legion. He sponsored the baptism of Josephine Montreuil, 25 December 1841. He sponsored the baptism of Georges Provencalle, 25 December 1841. The Santee Agency Death Register, 1880-1905, lists him as aged 49 upon his death. On 30 January 1848, Francois Perron dit Trudelle witnessed the marriage of Joseph Monjeau and Anne Lamarche in St. Croix County, Wisconsin. The 1875 Wisconsin State Census of Nelson, Buffalo County, Wisconsin, lists him with 6 males and 4 females.

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More About FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT TRUDELL: Date born 2: 1803, Canada Date born 3: 1803, Minnesota Date born 4: 1807, Canada 6 Date born 5: 1808 Date born 6: 1817, Canada East7,8 Died 2: December 03, 1881, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 9 Burial: Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska10 Census: 1857, Red Wing, Goodhue County, Minnesota Territory, page 274 Census 2: 1860, Hastings, Dakota County, Minnesota, page 674 Census 3: 1875, Nelson, Buffalo County, Wisconsin, page 71 Civil War Pension: June 1877 11 First Communion: August 22, 1852, St. Peter's Church, Mendota, Dakota County, Minnesota, performed by Bishop Cretin Immigration: June 1828, From Canada12 Land Patent: March 10, 1856, Dakota County, Minnesota Territory, 151.2 Acres 13 Land Patent 2: April 02, 1857, Winona County, Minnesota, 48 acres 14 Military service: Bet. September 11, 1862 - July 02, 1863, Civil War and Dakota Indian Wars, Private-Wagoner, Company K, 9th Minnesota Infantry15,16,17,18,19 Naturalization: April 09, 1853, Dakota County, Minnesota Territory 20 Occupation: Bet. 1860 - 1881, Farmer Residence: September 11, 1862, Wabashaw, Wabashaw County, Minnesota21 Veterans Census: 1890, Santee and Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 1 (deceased) Notes for MARY ICIYAPEWIN: Iciyapewin means "She Who Speaks For Her People." She is probably the Iciyahupewin listed in Black Dog's Band at Fort Snelling, 1863. She is listed as Iciapewin, with 6 children, on the 1854 Mdewakanton-Wahpekute Annuity Roll, she recieved $164.50. She was called Marie Ozate-tawa on her son Henry's and daughter Marie's baptismal records. Mary sponsored the baptisms of her granddaughters, Mary and Louise Trudell, 21 December 1879. Mary (along with a Louise Trudell) sponsored the baptism of Fannie Stone, daughter of Duncan and Jane Stone, 20 February 1880. Mary sponsored the baptism of her granddaughter, Alice Cordelia Trudell, 17 July 1881. Mary sponsored the baptism of her granddaughter, Florence Trudell, 14 August 1897. The 1900 Census lists her as mother of 14 children, 6 still living. Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section she is listed as full blooded Indian, belonging to the Sioux tribe, father Sioux, mother Sioux. Mary was listed twice in the 1910 Census, once living with her son Antione, and next living next door to her son Henry. First she is listed as mother of 14 children, 6 still living, native lanquage, Santee. Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section she is listed as 1/2 Indian, belonging to the Santee Sioux tribe, father Santee, mother Santee. Next she is listed as full blooded Indian. Her age is given as 90 on her burial record. More About MARY ICIYAPEWIN: Date born 2: 1815, Minnesota22,23,24 Date born 3: 1819, Minnesota25 Date born 4: 1820, Minnesota Allotment: 188326

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Allotment 2: 188627 Baptism: October 31, 1841, Minnesota, performed by Father Augustin Ravoux28 Burial: December 30, 1911, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska Cause of Death: Old Age29 Census: November 28, 1854, Sakpi's Band (1854 Mdewakanton-Wahpekute Annuity Roll) Census 2: 1857, Red Wing, Goodhue County, Minnesota Territory, page 274 Census 3: 1860, Hastings, Dakota County, Minnesota, page 674 Census 4: 1885, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 5: 1890, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 6: 1900, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 15B Census 7: 1910, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B Census 8: 1910, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 13B Civil War Widows Pension: July 1890, Nebraska30 Occupation: 1900, Farmer31 Occupation 2: 1910, Pension - Soldier Widow32 Tribe: Full Blood Sioux33 Tribe 2: Half Blood Santee 34 Tribe 3: Full Blood Santee 35 Veterans Census: 1890, Santee and Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 1 (widow) Marriage Notes for FRANCOIS TRUDELL and MARY ICIYAPEWIN: They were called Francois Perrault and Marie Ouamdishon on their marriage record. More About FRANCOIS TRUDELL and MARY ICIYAPEWIN: Marriage 1: October 31, 1841, Minnesota Territory Marriage 2: 1835, Saint Peter, Nicollet County, Minnesota Territory36 Married by: Father Augustin Ravoux36 Children of FRANCOIS TRUDELL and MARY ICIYAPEWIN are:
i. SAMUEL F.2 TRUDELL, b. 1839, Minnesota Territory; d. Aft. 1860. More About SAMUEL F. TRUDELL: Census: 1860, Hastings, Dakota County, Minnesota, page 674 Occupation: 1860, Laborer 2. ii. iii. FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK" TRUDELL, b. 1840, Redcloud, Minnesota Territory; d. November 11, 1921, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. ROSE TRUDELL, b. September 17, 1841, Minnesota Territory37. Notes for ROSE TRUDELL: Called Rose Parron on her baptismal record. More About ROSE TRUDELL: Baptism: October 10, 1841, Minnesota, performed by Father Augustin Ravoux 37 iv. JOSEPH TRUDELL, b. 1844, Minnesota Territory38,39. Notes for JOSEPH TRUDELL: He may be the Joseph that died at Santee in 1882.

More About JOSEPH TRUDELL: Census: 1857, Red Wing, Goodhue County, Minnesota Territory, page 274 Census 2: 1860, Hastings, Dakota County, Minnesota, page 674 Occupation: 1860, Laborer Tribe: 1/2 Mdewakanton Sioux39 3. 4. v. vi. vii. HENRY TRUDELL, b. September 30, 1847, Minnesota Territory; d. February 08, 1921, Knox County, Nebraska. AUGUST TATOHEYA "GUS" TRUDELL, b. December 14, 1849, Stillwater, Washington County, Minnesota Territory; d. January 16, 1914, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. ELIZABETH TRUDELL, b. 185139; d. Aft. 1855.

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More About ELIZABETH TRUDELL: Tribe: 1/2 Mdewakanton Sioux39 viii. MARIE ISABELLA TRUDELL, b. October 09, 1851, Minnesota Territory40. Notes for MARIE ISABELLA TRUDELL: Her baptism was sponsored by George Faribault and Euphrasie Faribault. Called Maria Isabella Perron on her baptismal record. More About MARIE ISABELLA TRUDELL: Baptism: May 1852, Mendota, Dakota County, Minnesota, performed by Father Ravoux40 5. 6. ix. x. xi. PETER TRUDELL, b. November 20, 1853, Redwood Falls, Redwood County, Minnesota Territory; d. June 12, 1918, Knox County, Nebraska. LEVI FRANCIS TRUDELL, b. September 01, 1854, Wabasha, Wabasha County, Minnesota Territory; d. April 24, 1930, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. LEANDRE TRUDELL, b. August 24, 1855, Mendota, Dakota County, Minnesota 40,41. Notes for LEANDRE TRUDELL: His baptism was sponsored by Francois Gamelle and Julie Martin. Called Leandre Perron on his baptismal record. More About LEANDRE TRUDELL: Baptism: August 28, 1855, Mendota, Dakota County, Minnesota, performed by Father Ravoux 42 Census: 1857, Red Wing, Goodhue County, Minnesota Territory, page 274 xii. ELLEN TRUDELL, b. 1856, Minnesota Territory; d. Aft. 1860. Notes for ELLEN TRUDELL: She may be the Hellen listed on the 1857 Minnesota Territorial Census. More About ELLEN TRUDELL: Census: 1860, Hastings, Dakota County, Minnesota, page 675 xiii. LOUISA PEJISNAHUIHAUWIN TRUDELL, b. June 1857, Minnesota Territory43; d. May 26, 1886, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska44. Notes for LOUISA PEJISNAHUIHAUWIN TRUDELL: Native American Name: Pyisnahuihauwin. More About LOUISA PEJISNAHUIHAUWIN TRUDELL: Date born 2: 186444 Census: 1857, Red Wing, Goodhue County, Minnesota Territory, page 274 7. xiv. ANTOINE OYATETAWA TRUDELL, b. March 17, 1859, Hastings, Dakota County, Minnesota Territory; d. August 08, 1941, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska.

Generation No. 2 2. FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2 TRUDELL (FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)45,46 was born 1840 in Redcloud, Minnesota Territory47, and died November 11, 1921 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. He married (1) M ARTHA ITEKAGEWIN. She was born 1838, and died December 24, 1920. He married (2) H INJINWIN. She was born 1840 in Minnesota, and died May 28, 1882 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska48. He married (3) UNKNOWN. He married (4) MARGARET WICINYAN "MAGGIE" TUTTLE 187949. She was born 1851 in Minnesota Territory50, and died May 22, 1935. Notes for FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK" TRUDELL: From: "Niobrara Pioneer," 29 March 1895. The dance at Frank Trudell's last Saturday night was unceremoniously interrupted by the fire at the Agency at midnight. _____________________________________________________________

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Frank had 2 previous marriages. 2 of Franks wives were sisters. Frank is listed on the 1880 Santee Census with 1 man, 2 women, 2 boys under 5, and 1 girl under 10. More About FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK" TRUDELL: Date born 2: 1836, Minnesota Territory51 Date born 3: 1838, Minnesota Territory52,53 Date born 4: 1843, Minnesota Territory54 Date born 5: 184555 Allotment: 188556 Baptism: 1840, Stillwater, Washington County, Minnesota Territory, performed by Father Ravaux57 Census: 1857, Red Wing, Goodhue County, Minnesota Territory, page 274 Census 2: 1880, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 3: 1885, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 4: 1890, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 5: 1910, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 135A Census 6: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 6B Occupation: 1857, Laborer58 Occupation 2: Bet. 1890 - 1910, Farmer 59,60 Residence: 1890, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska60 Tribe: 1/2 Mdewakanton Sioux61 Tribe 2: 1/2 Blood Santee62 Notes for MARTHA ITEKAGEWIN: Itekagewin is listed as a possible heir in the estate of Ahewin, 9 February 1917. She was listed as her second cousin. She did not receive any of the estate. More About MARTHA ITEKAGEWIN: Daughter of: Tateibobdu Notes for HINJINWIN: On the Santee Agency Death Register, 1880-1905, she is listed as "Frank Trudell's wife." Notes for MARGARET WICINYAN "MAGGIE" TUTTLE: Maggie had 1 previous marriage. Maggie was mentioned as a possible heir in the estate of Ahewin, 9 February 1917. She was listed as her second cousin. She did not receive any of the estate. Maggie was mentioned as an heir in the probate of her mother, Tukannarowin, 8 July 1902. More About MARGARET WICINYAN "MAGGIE" TUTTLE: Date born 2: 1843, Minnesota63 Date born 3: 1848, Minnesota Territory64,65 Date born 4: 1850, Minnesota Territory66 Date born 5: 1852, Minnesota Territory67 Baptism: 1863, Mendota, Minnesota, performed by S. A. Hinman68 Census: 1885, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 2: 1890, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 3: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 6B Census 4: 1930, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska, page 12A Daughter of: John Tateibobdu Tuttle and Margaret Tunkannahonwin68 Tribe: Full Blood Santee69 More About FRANCIS TRUDELL and MARGARET TUTTLE: Marriage 1: 187970 Marriage 2: Abt. 1881 Marriage 3: April 07, 1892, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 71 Married by: Charles Lawson71

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Children of FRANCIS TRUDELL and HINJINWIN are:
8. 9. i. ii. iii. GEORGE J.3 TRUDELL, b. 1872, Nebraska. LUCY HINAPEWIN TRUDELL, b. September 27, 1872, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa; d. May 27, 1937, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. ELI TRUDELL, b. Bef. December 07, 1879; d. June 30, 1882, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 72. Notes for ELI TRUDELL: Eli's baptismal sponsors were Samuel Wells, James Heart and Viola G. Fowler. More About ELI TRUDELL: Baptism: December 07, 1879, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by W. W. Fowler73 iv. DAVID TRUDELL, b. Bef. May 10, 1882. Notes for DAVID TRUDELL: David's baptism was sponsored by Hinjinwin (his mother) and Louise Trudell. More About DAVID TRUDELL: Baptism: May 10, 1882, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by W. W. Fowler74 v. JOSEPH TRUDELL, d. June 24, 1882, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska.

Child of FRANCIS TRUDELL and UNKNOWN is:
10. vi. MARY H.3 TRUDELL, b. March 1864, Minnesota; d. May 25, 1935, Roberts County, South Dakota.

Children of FRANCIS TRUDELL and MARGARET TUTTLE are:
vii. LOUISE3 TRUDELL, b. Bef. December 21, 1879. Notes for LOUISE TRUDELL: Her baptismal sponsors were Samuel Wells, Mary Trudell and Viola G. Fowler. More About LOUISE TRUDELL: Baptism: December 21, 1879, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by W. W. Fowler75 11. 12. 13. viii. ix. x. xi. LENA EMMA TRUDELL, b. December 29, 1884, Knox County, Nebraska; d. November 23, 1944. STELLA GRACE TRUDELL, b. January 04, 1886, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. December 02, 1936. LOUIS TRUDELL, b. April 14, 1888, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. October 03, 1937. FRANCIS TRUDELL, b. June 22, 1891, Knox County, Nebraska 76; d. August 22, 1891, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska77. Notes for FRANCIS TRUDELL: His parents and Louis and Mary Faribault sponsored his baptism. More About FRANCIS TRUDELL: Baptism: August 08, 1891, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 78 Burial: August 24, 1891 Cause of Death: Cholera Infantum79 xii.
UNKNOWN TRUDELL, b. 1894, Nebraska80; d. Aft. 1920.

More About UNKNOWN TRUDELL: Census: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 6B Occupation: 1920, Labor 80 xiii. MOSES PAUL TRUDELL, b. March 12, 1895, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska81,82,83,84,85; d. January 21, 1976, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska86,87; m. (1) MARGARET BARKER, August 02, 1917, At the home of Frank Trudell, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska88; b. 1899; m. (2) JULIA BEAR, March 16, 1926, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska89; b. 1890, Nebraska90,91; d. Aft. 1930. Notes for MOSES PAUL TRUDELL: His Draft Registration Card lists him as medium height and build, with brown eyes and dark hair.

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His baptism was sponsored by Solomon Barker, his father, and Mary Faribault. More About MOSES PAUL TRUDELL: Date born 2: March 07, 1894, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska92,93,94 Baptism: September 23, 1906, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes95,96 Burial: January 24, 1976, Congregational Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska97 Census: 1910, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 135A Census 2: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 1A Confirmation: December 21, 1913, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 98 Draft Registration: June 05, 1917, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 99 Military service: Private, U.S. Army, World War I100 Occupation: 1910, Laborer, Home Farm101 Occupation 2: June 05, 1917, Farming, self employed 102 Occupation 3: 1930, Farm Laborer 103 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: 1965, Nebraska 104 Social Security Number: 506-66-6940104 Tribe: 3/4 Blood Santee105 Tribe 2: Mixed Blood Sioux106 More About MARGARET BARKER: Daughter of: Jacob Barker and Mary Gillit More About MOSES TRUDELL and MARGARET BARKER: Marriage: August 02, 1917, At the home of Frank Trudell, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska107 Married by: William Holmes107 Witnessed by: Henry and Emma James107 More About JULIA BEAR: Census: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 1A Daughter of: John Bear and Louise Sioux 108 Tribe: Full Blood Sioux 109 More About MOSES TRUDELL and JULIA BEAR: Marriage 1: March 16, 1926, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 110 Marriage 2: Abt. 1914 111

3. HENRY2 TRUDELL (FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born September 30, 1847 in Minnesota Territory112, and died February 08, 1921 in Knox County, Nebraska 113,114. He married NANCY H. "LUCY" BLUE EYES SUSCEATOWIN SEWETT January 09, 1892 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska115,116. She was born March 1860 in Minnesota Territory117,118, and died July 10, 1921 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska119,120. Notes for HENRY TRUDELL: Henry testified, 9 August 1920 for the probate of Mary Wambdisun Rouillard, stating that she was his first cousin, and that her father and his mother were siblings. Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section of the 1900 Census he is listed as 1/2 Indian, belonging to the Sioux tribe, father white, mother Sioux. Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section of the 1910 Census, he is listed as 1/2 Indian, belonging to the Santee tribe, father Santee, mother Santee. His baptism was sponsored by Frederick Faribault and his wife. He was called Henri Perron on his baptismal record. Henry and his wife sponsored the baptism of his niece, Christine Josette Trudell, 3 April 1904. More About HENRY TRUDELL: Date born 2: 1840, Minnesota Territory121 Date born 3: 1844122 Date born 4: September 1848, Minnesota Territory123 Date born 5: 1850124,125

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Date born 6: September 30, 1850, Mendota, Dakota County, Minnesota Territory126,127 Date born 7: 1852128,129 Date born 8: 1853, Minnesota130 Died 2: January 03, 1921, Knox County, Nebraska Allotment: 1886131 Baptism 1: May 02, 1852, Mendota, Dakota County, Minnesota, performed by Father Ravoux132 Baptism 2: 1851, Mendota, Dakota County, Minnesota, performed by Father Ravoux133 Burial: Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska134 Census: 1857, Red Wing, Goodhue County, Minnesota Territory, page 274 Census 2: 1860, Hastings, Dakota County, Minnesota, page 675 Census 3: 1890, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 4: 1891, Birch County, Minnesota Census 5: 1900, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 15B Census 6: 1910, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 13A Census 7: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 6B Occupation: 1900, Farm Laborer 135 Occupation 2: 1910, Farmer136 Tribe: 1/2 Mdewakanton Sioux137 Tribe 2: Half Blood Santee 138 Tribe 3: Half Blood Sioux139 Notes for NANCY H. "LUCY" BLUE EYES SUSCEATOWIN SEWETT: Her Indian name was given as Wasupetawin on the 1891 Mdewakanton Census of Birch County. She is called Nancy Sewitt on her marriage record, daughter of Simon Sewitt. Lucy had a previous marriage to James Brant (abt. 1857-?). Married about 1880 in Knox County, Nebraska, and had children Isaac Brant (1885-1918) and Lucy Brant (1887-May 1888). She sponsored the baptism of Isaac and Grace Brant, 15 September 1889. She sponsored the baptism of August Brant in 1894. The 1900 Census lists her as mother of 5 children, 4 still living. The 1910 Census lists her as mother of 5 children, 3 still living. More About NANCY H. "LUCY" BLUE EYES SUSCEATOWIN SEWETT: Date born 2: Abt. 1855, Minnesota Territory Date born 3: 1859, Minnesota Territory140,141 Allotment: 1886142 Baptism: 1862, Mendota, Dakota County, Minnesota, performed by S. A. HInman143 Burial: Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska144 Census: 1900, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 15B Census 2: 1910, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 13A Daughter of: Tatehiyayeda and Hapanna145 Tribe 1: Full Blood Santee 146 Tribe 2: Full Blood Sioux147 More About HENRY TRUDELL and NANCY SEWETT: Marriage 1: January 09, 1892, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 148,149 Marriage 2: Abt. 1889, Knox County, Nebraska Marriage 3: 1890, Knox County, Nebraska150 Marriage 4: 1891151 Married by: Charles R. Lawson152 Witnessed by: Peter Trudell and Emily Trudell153 Children of HENRY TRUDELL and NANCY SEWETT are:
14. i. LEVI HENRY3 TRUDELL, b. August 28, 1891, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. September 08, 1968, Ravinia, Charles Mix County, South Dakota.

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AUGUST H. TRUDELL, b. 1892; d. Aft. 1902. CECILIA LUCY TRUDELL, b. February 18, 1894, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. November 03, 1955, Sioux Sanitarium, Pennington County, South Dakota.

4. AUGUST TATOHEYA "GUS"2 TRUDELL (FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)154 was born December 14, 1849 in Stillwater, Washington County, Minnesota Territory155, and died January 16, 1914 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska156,157. He married (1) N ANCY LOUISE WINONA. She was born 1847 in Minnesota158, and died January 16, 1917 in Redwood County, Minnesota. He married (2) NANCY A. MAYAWAKANWIN 1875159. She was born May 1852 in Mendota, Minnesota Territory159,160,161, and died April 03, 1928 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska162,163. Notes for AUGUST TATOHEYA "GUS" TRUDELL: NOTICE OF HEARING STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA County of Bon Homme. In County Court. In the matter of the Estate of AUGUST TRUDELL, deceased. The State of South Dakota sends Greeting to Nancy A. Trudell, Andrew William Trudell, Nancy Mary Dueks Smith, nee Trudell, Mary House, nee Trudell, Sarah Trudell, Annie Trudell, and Rose Trudell, heirs at law and next of kin of August Trudell, deceased, and to all whom these presents may come. Notice is hereby given that Nancy A. Trudell has filed with the Judge of this Court, a Petition praying that Letters of Administration of the Estate of August Trudell deceased, be granted to Charles Hill, of Springfield, South Dakota, and that Tuesday, the 13th day of October, 1914, at 10 o'clock A.M., of said day, being a day of the regular term of this Court, to-wit; of the September term, 1914, at the Court House, City of Tyndall, South Dakota, in the County of Bon Homme, has been set for hearing said Petition, when and where any persons may appear and show cause why Petition may not be granted. Dated at Tyndall, South Dakota, this 17th day of September, A. D. 1914. J. L. MEIGHEN, Judge of the County Court. Attest: R. R. ROBINSON, Clerk. T. N. TREAT, (Seal) Attorney for Petitoner. [First Publication Sept. 24, last Pub. October 8.] ______________________________________________________________________________ August sponsored the baptism of a woman named only Mary, 19 January 1879. In the 1910 Census his mother-in-law and sister-in-law, Maggie and Lusey are listed as living with him. Their last names are listed as Trudell. He also had a nephew named Owen living him, born June 1897 in Nebraska. More About AUGUST TATOHEYA "GUS" TRUDELL: Date born 2: 1845, Minnesota Territory164 Date born 3: 1846, Minnesota Territory165 Date born 4: 1848166,167,168,169 Date born 5: December 14, 1850, Stillwater, Washington County, Minnesota Territory170 Date born 6: December 14, 1852, Stillwater, Washington County, Minnesota Territory171 Died 2: January 15, 1914, Nebraska 172 Allotment: 1885173 Allotment 2: 1886174 Baptism: 1858, Mendota, Dakota County, Minnesota, performed by Father Ravaux175 Burial: Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska176 Census: 1857, Red Wing, Goodhue County, Minnesota Territory, page 274 Census 2: 1860, Hastings, Dakota County, Minnesota, page 674 Census 3: 1885, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 4: 1890, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 5: 1900, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 21A Census 6: 1910, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 11A

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Occupation: Bet. 1890 - 1910, Farmer 177,178,179 Probate: August 21, 1914, Knox County, Nebraska180 Residence: 1890, Welch Township, Knox County, Nebraska181 Tribe: 1/2 Mdewakanton Sioux182 Tribe 2: Half Blood Santee 183 Tribe 3: Half Blood Sioux184 More About NANCY LOUISE WINONA: Date born 2: 1831, Winona, Minnesota185 Baptism: 1863, Wabasha, Wabasha County, Minnesota, performed by Augustin Ravoux185 Census: 1900, Paxton Township, Redwood County, Minnesota, page 12B Notes for NANCY A. MAYAWAKANWIN: Nancy is mentioned as heir in the probate of her mother, Maggie Wicanhpidutawin, 22 August 1920. The 1910 Census lists her as mother of 1 child, not living. Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section she is listed as full blooded Indian, belonging to the Santee tribe, father Santee, mother Santee. More About NANCY A. MAYAWAKANWIN: Date born 2: 1851, Minnesota Territory186 Date born 3: 1854, Mendota, Minnesota Territory187 Date born 4: 1855, Minnesota Territory188,189 Allotment: 1886190 Baptism: 1863, Mendota, Minnesota, performed by S. A. Hinman191 Cause of Death: Pneumonia192 Census: 1885, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 2: 1890, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 3: 1900, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 21A Census 4: 1910, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 11A Census 5: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 6A Daughter of: Tunkanwicaste and Maggie Wicanhpidutawin193,194 Tribe: Full Blood Santee195 Tribe 2: Full Blood Sioux196 More About AUGUST TRUDELL and NANCY MAYAWAKANWIN: Marriage 1: 1875196 Marriage 2: 1896, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska197 Married by: Rev. S. D. Hinman197 Children of AUGUST TRUDELL and NANCY WINONA are:
16. i. ii. FRANK M.3 TRUDELL, b. December 25, 1866, Wabasha, Wabasha County, Minnesota; d. November 26, 1904, Prairie Island, Goodhue County, Minnesota. MOSES TRUDELL.

Children of AUGUST TRUDELL and NANCY MAYAWAKANWIN are:
17. iii. iv. LEVI (ADOPTED) A. PAYPAY GRANT3 TRUDELL, b. June 14, 1887, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. NANCY MARY (ADOPTED) DUCK TRUDELL, b. December 25, 1886, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 198,199; d. Aft. 1910. More About NANCY MARY (ADOPTED) DUCK TRUDELL: Baptism: June 19, 1887, Holy Faith Church, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by W. W. Fowler200 Census: 1910, Dixon, Gregory County, South Dakota, page 20A Confirmation: December 01, 1903, Chapel of the Holy Faith, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 201 Daughter of: Martha Winona Duck and Andrew William Schaefer202,203 v. ANDREW WILLIAM (ADOPTED) TRUDELL, b. November 05, 1899, Nebraska 204,205,206,207; d. April 1966, Scotland, Bon Homme County, South Dakota 208; m. JULIA M. HAINES, May 25, 1921, Tyndall, Bon Homme County, South Dakota209; b. 1880209; d. 1960. Notes for ANDREW WILLIAM (ADOPTED) TRUDELL:

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Andrew's biological parents were from Germany. Andrew and his wife Julia sponsored the baptism of Cleopha? Bernice White, 3 January 1926. Andrew and his wife Julia sponsored the baptism of Ella Marie Campbell, 7 March 1926. More About ANDREW WILLIAM (ADOPTED) TRUDELL: Census: 1910, Santee Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska, page 11A Census 2: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 6A Occupation: 1920, Laborer210 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, South Dakota211 Social Security Number: 504-10-4396211 More About JULIA M. HAINES: Date born 2: 1877 Burial: Congregational Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska More About ANDREW TRUDELL and JULIA HAINES: Marriage: May 25, 1921, Tyndall, Bon Homme County, South Dakota212 Married by: J. J. Maus, Justice of the Peace212

5. PETER2 TRUDELL (FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)213 was born November 20, 1853 in Redwood Falls, Redwood County, Minnesota Territory214,215,216, and died June 12, 1918 in Knox County, Nebraska 217,218. He married LIZZIE KAGE September 09, 1879 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska219,220,221. She was born April 1865 in Nebraska222,223,224, and died September 30, 1916 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 225. Notes for PETER TRUDELL: His baptism was sponsored by Hippolyte Dupuy and Mrs. Angelique Dupuy. Called Peter Perron on his baptismal record. Peter and his wife sponsored the baptism of Victoria Helen Paypay, 4 August 1889. Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section of the 1900 Census he is listed as 1/2 Indian, belonging to the Sioux tribe, father white, mother Sioux. More About PETER TRUDELL: Date born 2: 1854, Minnesota226 Date born 3: 1855227 Date born 4: November 20, 1856, Redwood Falls, Redwood County, Minnesota Territory 228,229 Allotment: 1886230 Baptism 1: August 16, 1855, Mendota, Dakota County, Minnesota, performed by Father Ravoux231 Baptism 2: 1863, Mendota, Dakota County, Minnesota, performed by Father Ravaoux232 Census: 1857, Red Wing, Goodhue County, Minnesota Territory, page 274 Census 2: 1860, Hastings, Dakota County, Minnesota, page 675 Census 3: 1885, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 4: 1890, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 5: 1900, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 15B Confirmation: December 04, 1881, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska233 Occupation: Bet. 1890 - 1900, Farmer 234,235 Residence: 1890, Welch Township, Knox County, Nebraska235 Tribe: 1/2 Mdewakanton Sioux236 Tribe 2: Half Blood Sioux237 Notes for LIZZIE KAGE: Lizzie sponsored the baptism of her neice, Josephine Harriet Trudell, 3 April 1887. Lizzie sponsored the baptism of her granddaughter, Mary Johnson, 26 July 1900. The 1900 Census lists her as mother of 9 children, 7 still living. Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section she is listed as 1/2 Indian, belonging to the Sioux tribe, father white, mother Sioux.

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Lizzie's maiden name is listed as Brown on her son's (Ralph) Wedding record. More About LIZZIE KAGE: Date born 2: 1858, Minnesota Territory Date born 3: 1866, Crow Creek, South Dakota 238 Allotment: 1886239 Baptism: 1868, Church of Our Most Merciful Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by S. A. Hinman240 Burial: October 01, 1916 Census: 1885, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 2: 1890, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 3: 1900, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 15B Confirmation: December 04, 1881, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska241 Daughter of: Jennie Wakinjandutawin242 Tribe: Half Blood Sioux243 More About PETER TRUDELL and LIZZIE KAGE: Marriage: September 09, 1879, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 243,244,245 Married by: W. W. Fowler246,247 Children of PETER TRUDELL and LIZZIE KAGE are:
18. 19. i. ii. iii. RALPH SIMON3 TRUDELL, b. June 05, 1881, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. October 10, 1928. LAVINIA ELIZABETH TRUDELL, b. October 19, 1883, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. ESTHER TRUDELL, b. December 29, 1885, Crow Creek, South Dakota 248,249; d. March 04, 1898, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska250. Notes for ESTHER TRUDELL: Her baptism was sponsored by her parents and Julia Trudell. More About ESTHER TRUDELL: Baptism: March 07, 1886, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by W. W. Fowler251,252 Burial: March 05, 1898 Cause of Death: Perotonitis253 Census: 1890, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. JAMES TRUDELL, b. 1888. OLIVER PETER TRUDELL, b. May 13, 1888, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska; d. August 25, 1957. WILLIAM ANTOINE "WILLY" TRUDELL, b. October 09, 1890, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska; d. May 19, 1963. JEANNETTE NANCY "JENNIE" TRUDELL, b. July 14, 1893, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. August 20, 1956. JOHN BENJAMIN TRUDELL, b. December 10, 1895, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. May 23, 1969. AUGUST TRUDELL, b. December 22, 1898, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 254; d. January 30, 1899, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska255,256. More About AUGUST TRUDELL: Burial: February 01, 1899 Cause of Death: Pneumonia257 24. x. xi. CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS "CHRIS" TRUDELL, b. February 25, 1900, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. October 10, 1941. MABEL E. TRUDELL, b. 1905.

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6. LEVI FRANCIS2 TRUDELL (FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)258,259,260,261,262,263,264 was born September 01, 1854 in Wabasha, Wabasha County, Minnesota Territory 265,266,267,268,269, and died April 24, 1930 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska270,271. He married EMILY M. COLOMBE272,273 April 26, 1881 in Colombe Island, Gregory County, Dakota Territory274,275,276, daughter of JEAN COLOMBE and JOSETTE/JOSEPHINE DORION. She was born December 24, 1862 in Denver, Denver County, Colorado 277,278,279, and died February 04, 1924 in Okreek, Todd County, South Dakota. Notes for LEVI FRANCIS TRUDELL:

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From: "Boston Daily Advertiser," Boston, MA, Tuesday, 20 February 1883, page 5. LETTER FROM GEORGE DOWANNA TO MR. HERBERT WELSH SANTEE AGENCY, NEBRASKA, JAN. 15, 1883 Mr._______: My friend of the Holy Church,--I wish to write to you today and to tell you what I wish for. I am a Santee Indian, and have been a farmer for ten years. Now they have surveyed my land, and I have one hundred and fifty acres, therefore I am willing to stop drawing rations and to have a title to my one hundred and sixty acres. I know you and I are brothers of the holy church, therefore I want to tell you about my family and all that I have. I am a member of the Episcopal church; I am lawfully married. My daughter has been at St. Mary's school for seven years. I have a boy seven years old. I have a frame house worth $200. I have a grain house, a stable, 500 posts, a wire fence--three runs, twenty-six acres under plough, two horses, four head of cattle, six hogs, one reaper, hay rake, harrow, cross-plough, breaking plough, cultivator, harness, wagon, spade, shovel, pitchfork, cooking stove, heating stove, cross-cut saw, hand-saw, axe, hammer, table, six chairs, gun. Last summer I raised 148 bushels of wheat, 140 bushels of corn, 48 bushels of flax seed, 26 bushels of potatoes. I wish you would show my letter to the President's house, for what I tell you is true. I hope it will bring me mercy. We are brothers in the holy church. Remember that, therefore, I tell you this. Your brother in the holy church, GEORGE E. REDOWL or DOWANNA, LEVI TRUDELL, interpreter. ______________________________________________________________________ From: "Omaha World-Herald," Thursday, 19 November 1903, page 2. Levi Trudell and David Wells two Santee Indians who were arrested in a drunken brawl at the Klondike hotel, had a friendly little hearing before Commissioner Anderson Wednesday morning. He listened sympathetically the halting stories of the red men - how sorry they were, how it was their first offense, how they had been drugged by wicked companions into doing wrong, how they would never do it again etc., etc. He lectured them solemnly on the evil effects of bad whiskey, and released them on good behavior on their own recognizsances threatening to send them to jail on bread and water if they did not remain good Indians. _______________________________________________________________ From: "Omaha World-Herald," 20 August 1905, page 5. INDIAN LIQUOR CASES ARE AS NUMEROUS AS EVER Although the federal court docket is now clear of cases wherein a half hundred people are charged with selling liquor to the Indians, the outlook is that there will be quite as many cases by the next term of court wherein the indictments will be for introducing liquor upon the Indian reservations. At present twenty Indians are held to the grand jury upon that charge. The last Indians to be locked up in the Douglas county jail were the twelve who arrived Saturday from the Santee reservation in the custody of Deputy Marshall Allen. He arrested the dozen Indians Thursday and Friday they were arraigned before Commissioner Chambers of Fort Niobrara. In default of $1000 bonds each they were brought to Omaha and locked up. The prisoners are Jessie Redwing, Henry Wabashaw, Edward Taylor, Daniel Graham, James Brant, Charles Bingham, Willie Moose, Joe Yellowfeather, Amos Weston, Levi Trudell, Joseph Saul, William Shaver. _______________________________________________________________________ Levi (and a Louise Trudell) sponsored the baptism of Esther Moose, 31 October 1881. Levi sponsored the baptism of Isaac Leeds, 12 March 1882. Levi sponsored the baptism of John Redcloud, 7 May 1882. Levi sponsored the baptism of Joseph Ross, 25 March 1886. Levi sponsored the baptism of Henry Robinson, 5 December 1886. Levi sponsored the baptism of his nephew, Oliver Peter Trudell, 2 December 1888. Levi sponsored the baptism of Robert Wilson, 8 October 1893.

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Levi sponsored the baptism of Clarence Matthews Wheeler, 28 June 1896. Levi sponsored the baptism of Moses George Kitto, 30 August 1898. Levi sponsored the baptism of his niece, Cordelia Susan Colombe, 6 September 1903. Levi witnessed the wedding of John B. Wapasha and Nancy Wakute, 18 August 1895. Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section of the 1910 Census he is listed as 1/2 Indian, belonging to the Sioux tribe, father French, mother Sioux. The 1920 Census lists his nephew as living with Levi and his family. Chris Trudell, age 19, born in Nebraska, race: Indian, not currently attending school, father born in Minnesota, mother born in Nebraska, occupation: laborer. The 1930 Census lists him as living with his brother Antoine. Levi and Emily had two children who died in infancy. His death records states he was born 1 September 1856, but says he was aged 75 years, 7 months, 24 days. The birth year of 1854 as on his tombstone must be correct. According to the "Omaha World-Herald," 22 June 1900, page 3, Levi Trudell was elected as a Delegate for the Knox County Populists to the Congressional and Judicial Conventions.

More About LEVI FRANCIS TRUDELL: Date born 2: 1856280,281 Date born 3: September 03, 1858, Mendota, Dakota County, Minnesota 282,283 Allotment: 1905284 Baptism: September 07, 1858, Mendota, Dakota County, Minnesota 285 Burial: April 27, 1930, Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska286,287 Cause of Death: Chronic Myocarditis and Arteriosclerosis288 Census: 1875, Red Wing, Goodhue County, Minnesota Territory, page 992 Census 2: 1885, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 3: 1890, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 4: 1910, Ideal, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 12A Census 5: 1920, Samro, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 3A Census 6: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 3A Confirmation: April 25, 1880, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska289 Land Patent: December 28, 1916, Tripp County, South Dakota, 160 Acres 290 Occupation: Bet. 1890 - 1920, Farmer 291,292,293 Occupation 2: April 24, 1930, Retired Farmer 294 Residence: 1890, Welch Township, Knox County, Nebraska295 Tribe: 1/2 Mdewakanton Sioux296 Tribe 2: Half Blood Sioux297,298 Notes for EMILY M. COLOMBE: From "The Saga of Sully Flats," by Adeline S. Gnirk, published 1977, by the Gregory Times-Advocate, Gregory, SD, page 134. Emily married Levi Trudell, 10 children. ____________________________________________________________________________________ The 1910 Census lists her as mother of 9 children, 9 still living. Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section she is listed as 1/2 Indian, belonging to the Sioux tribe, father French, mothe Sioux. The 1920 Census lists her as Emeley M. Trudell.

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She sponsored the baptism of her niece, Mary Rose 28 April 1895. More About EMILY M. COLOMBE: Date born 2: December 24, 1862, Landing Creek, South Dakota Date born 3: 1866, Colorado 299 Date born 4: 1875 Allotment: 1903299 Baptism: 1866, Denver, Denver County, Colorado, performed by Father Smith300 Burial: Calvary Cemetery, Okreek, Todd County, South Dakota Census: 1885, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 2: 1910, Ideal, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 12A Census 3: 1920, Samro, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 3A Land Patent: December 18, 1916, Gregory County, South Dakota, 7.1 acres 301 Tribe: Half Blood Sioux302 More About LEVI TRUDELL and EMILY COLOMBE: Marriage 1: April 26, 1881, Colombe Island, Gregory County, Dakota Territory 303,304,305 Marriage 2: July 31, 1880 Married by: William J. Cleveland305 Children of LEVI TRUDELL and EMILY COLOMBE are:
25. 26. 27. i. ii. iii. iv. ALICE CORDELIA3 TRUDELL, b. June 28, 1881, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. Aft. 1937. MABEL IDA TRUDELL, b. July 04, 1883, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. July 02, 1934, Roosevelt County, Montana. HATTIE BERTHA TRUDELL, b. September 01, 1885, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska; d. January 23, 1968, Swedish Hospital, Denver, Denver County, Colorado. MARY ROSA TRUDELL, b. April 26, 1887, Knox County, Nebraska; d. February 09, 1889, Knox County, Nebraska. Notes for MARY ROSA TRUDELL: Her baptism was sponsored by her parents, and her cousin, Mary Faribault. She was called Mary Possy Trudell on her tombstone. More About MARY ROSA TRUDELL: Baptism: July 03, 1887, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by W. W. Fowler306 Burial: Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 28. 29. 30. v. vi. vii. viii. ADA LOUISE TRUDELL, b. May 09, 1889, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. August 08, 1971, Munson Medical Center, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. EMILY JANE "CHUBB" TRUDELL, b. July 17, 1891, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. September 10, 1974, Grand Traverse Medical Care Facility, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. LEVI FRANCIS TRUDELL, b. August 22, 1893, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. May 10, 1957, Albany, Linn County, Oregon. JOSEPH EDWARD TRUDELL, b. July 26, 1896, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 307,308; d. June 29, 1898, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska309,310. Notes for JOSEPH EDWARD TRUDELL: His baptism was sponsored by his parents and Charles St. Clair. More About JOSEPH EDWARD TRUDELL: Baptism: August 23, 1896, Holy Faith Church, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Joseph W. Cook311,312 Burial: June 30, 1898 Cause of Death: Croup313 31. ix. x. ANDREW DAVID "DAVE" TRUDELL, b. May 26, 1899, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. April 1986, Norfolk, Madison County, Nebraska. WALLACE WALTER TRUDELL, b. November 07, 1901, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 314,315,316,317; d. July 09, 1923, Tripp County, South Dakota. Notes for WALLACE WALTER TRUDELL: Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section of the 1910 Census he is listed as 1/2 Indian,

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belonging to the Sioux tribe, father Sioux, mother Sioux. The 1920 Census lists him as not currently attending school, not able to read or write. His baptism was sponsored by his parents and Rev. William Holmes. More About WALLACE WALTER TRUDELL: Baptism: November 09, 1901, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes318,319 Census: 1910, Ideal, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 12A Census 2: 1920, Township 100, Range 77, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 3A Tribe: Half Blood Sioux320 xi. CHRISTINE JOSETTE TRUDELL321, b. April 01, 1904, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska322,323,324,325,326,327,328; d. July 13, 1985, Pueblo, Pueblo County, Colorado 329,330,331; m. (1) UNKNOWN BURDETTE; m. (2) UNKNOWN VAUGHN; m. (3) RALPH R. "SHORTY" HAWKINS332, June 20, 1952 333; b. 1906, Plains, Meade County, Kansas334,335; d. July 25, 1990, Parkview Episcopal Medical Center, Pueblo, Pueblo County, Colorado 336,337. Notes for CHRISTINE JOSETTE TRUDELL: From: "The Pueblo Chieftain," 16 July 1985. Josette Christine Hawkins, born in Knox County, Neb., April 1, 1904, passed away in Pueblo July 13, 1985. She was married to Ralph R. Hawkins Sr., June 20, 1952, who survives. Sister of David Trudell. Mother of Shirley May Simpson, Ralph R. Hawkins Jr. and Robert Hawkins. Also survived by six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. She was a member of Rebekkah Lodge No. 2, Eagles Lodge No. 145, Neighbors of Woodcraft and Royal Neighbors of America. Visitation at the funeral home from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Service at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Peter Episcopal Church with interment at Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may contact the family at 3103 N. Elizabeth, Space 13. __________________________________________________________________ From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Friday, 18 May 1945, page 5. Mrs. Christene Burdette, who has been with her sister, Mrs. Ada McMillin left for Denver, Colo., Friday. __________________________________________________________________ Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section of the 1910 Census she is listed as 1/2 Indian, belonging to the Sioux tribe, father Sioux, mother Sioux. It states her native language as Dakota. Her baptism was sponsored by her mother and Henry Trudell and his wife. More About CHRISTINE JOSETTE TRUDELL: Baptism: April 03, 1904, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes338,339 Burial: Mountain View Cemetery, Pueblo, Pueblo County, Colorado 340,341 Census: 1910, Ideal, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 12A Census 2: 1920, Township 100, Range 77, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 3A Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Colorado 342 Social Security Number: 521-20-6687 342 Tribe: Half Blood Sioux343 Notes for RALPH R. "SHORTY" HAWKINS: From: "The Pueblo Chieftain," Sunday, 29 July 1990, page 8F. Ralph R. "Shorty" Hawkins Sr., 83, departed this life July 25, 1990, Parkview Episcopal Medical Center. A native of Plains, Kan., Mr. Hawkins attended grade school in Canon City and graduated from high school in Ordway, he retired from Mountain States Telephone Co., in 1969 with over 45 years of service. Preceded in death by his wife, Josette Hawkins in 1985, son Robert "Bob" Hawkins in 1987. Father of Shirley (Patrick) Kovack, Los Angeles, Calif., Ralph (Maria) Hawkins Jr., Pueblo, Gene (Joyce) Nix, Denver, grandfather of 6, great-grandfather of 4, and a host of other relatives and friends. Visitation from noon until 6 p.m. today at Angelus Chapel. Eucharist of the Resurrection, 1:30 p.m. Monday, St. Peter's Episcopal Church, the Rev. Donald Van Splinter officiating. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery. Family will receive friends at 3908 Azalea, home of son, Ralph Hawkins Jr. 564-6398. More About RALPH R. "SHORTY" HAWKINS: Burial: July 30, 1990, Mountain View Cemetery, Pueblo, Pueblo County, Colorado 344,345 Other Spouses: Ruth Robinson346 More About RALPH HAWKINS and CHRISTINE TRUDELL:

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Marriage: June 20, 1952347

7. ANTOINE OYATETAWA2 TRUDELL (FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)348 was born March 17, 1859 in Hastings, Dakota County, Minnesota Territory349,350, and died August 08, 1941 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. He married (1) JULIA MAZAKAHUHUZEWIN BLOODGOOD-WAMBEAN November 01, 1885 in Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska351,352,353,354. She was born May 1869 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska355, and died September 06, 1897 in Knox County, Nebraska 356,357,358,359,360. He married (2) K ATHERINE "KATHY/KATE" DERAAD 1902361. She was born October 09, 1872 in Iowa, and died September 03, 1956 in Nebraska362. Notes for ANTOINE OYATETAWA TRUDELL: ANTOINE TRUDELL OBITUARY Antoine Trudell passed away at his home east of Niobrar on Friday August 8th at 2:15 in the afternoon at the age of 83 years, 4 months and 26 days. He was born in Hastings, Minnesota in the year 1858 and he came to Knox county at the age of nineteen with his parents and five brothers. He has lived here continuously since that time until his death Friday. Mr. Trudell had been ailing for years and became seriously ill Sunday afternoon. He had a stroke Monday during the night and passed away Friday at 2:15 in the afternoon. He leaves to mourn his loss, a wife and seven children, Mrs. Harry Brandon of Willamina Ore.; John and Valley of Pierce; Martin of Sioux City; Mrs. Frank Bacon, Mrs. Clarence Carson, Mrs. Geo. Crosley of Santee; 31 Grand Children and 12 Great Grand Children. Funeral services were held in Sacred Heart church in Santee with Fr. Daniel and Fr. Timothy of Marty, South Dakota in charge. He was laid to rest in the Sacred Heart Cemetery in Santee. Pallbearers were John Giesbers, Albert DeWolf, Salvador Franco all of Sioux City, John Mitchell, Jerome Robinette and Mark Robinette. Mrs. Frank Bacon and grand-daughter, Ellyen Vivier will stay with Mrs. Trudell until further arrangements are made. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all our friends and neighbors who helped us in our hour of sorrow, especially Mrs. Dan O'Connor for the beautiful bouquet. And Rev. and Mrs. Philip Fraizer for the beautiful hymns. We also thank all the children for the beautiful flowers. Mrs. Antoine Trudell and Mr. and Mrs. John Trudell, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bacon, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Carson, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Trudell, Mr. and Mrs. Geo Crosley, and Mr. and Mrs. Vallentine Trudell. Out-of-town relatives who attended the funeral of Mr. Trudell, were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jones, Mr. and Mrs. John Giesbers, Mrs. Nellie Trudell, Mr. and Mrs. Salvador Franco, all of Sioux City, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Powers and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Trudell and daughter, Mrs. Sam LaPointe, all of Greenwood, So. Dak., Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bush and Geo Trudell, of Springfield, So. Dak., Mr. and Mrs. Albert DeWolf [cut off] _________________________________________________________________ Antoine sponsored the baptisms of Julia Busby, Frederick Sky, and Elizabeth Paypay, 21 December 1884. Antoine sponsored the baptism of Antoine Stone, 4 January 1885. Antoine sponsored the baptism of Lizzie Janite Bill, 4 September 1887. Antoine sponsored the baptism of his granddaughter, Vivian Marie Trudell, 5 January 1910. Antoine and his wife sponsored the baptism of Verney Lesley Trudell, 16 January 1913. The 1920 Census lists him with grandchildren, Carl (1912-?), Joseph (1914-?), Paul E. (1916-?), and Eveline Trudell (1917-?).

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Antoine acted as surety for Harry Henatsch, Administrator De Bonis Non for the estate of Maggie Wicanhpidutawin, 12 April 1923. Antoine is listed as a contributor for Father Eugene Buechel's "Lakota English Dictionary." More About ANTOINE OYATETAWA TRUDELL: Date born 2: 1858, Minnesota Date born 3: March 17, 1858, Hastings, Dakota County, Minnesota Territory 363,364 Date born 4: 1859365 Date born 5: March 17, 1860, Minnesota Territory366,367,368 Date born 6: 1863, Minnesota369 Died 2: 1940 370 Allotment: 1886371 Allotment 2: 1885372 Baptism: 1861, Wabasha, Wabasha County, Minnesota, performed by Father Ravaux373 Burial: Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska374 Census: 1860, Hastings, Dakota County, Minnesota, page 675 Census 2: 1885, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 3: 1890, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 4: 1900, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 15B Census 5: 1910, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B Census 6: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B Census 7: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 3A Confirmation: April 01, 1883, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska375 Occupation: 1900, Farm Laborer 376 Occupation 2: Bet. 1890 - 1930, Farmer 377,378,379 Occupation 3: 1920, Blacksmith380 Residence: 1890, Welch Township, Knox County, Nebraska381 Tribe: Half Blood Sioux382 Tribe 2: Half Blood Santee 383 Notes for JULIA MAZAKAHUHUZEWIN BLOODGOOD-WAMBEAN: Julia's probate states she owned some land. She owned the south half of the southwest quarter of section 27, Township 31, Range 5. Her probate states she had 9 children, 7 of which died in infancy. She sponsored the baptism of her neice, Elizabeth Trudell, 11 November 1883. She sponsored the baptism for Eunice Brant, 16 December 1883. She sponsored the baptism of Victoria Wilson, 28 December 1884. More About JULIA MAZAKAHUHUZEWIN BLOODGOOD-WAMBEAN: Date born 2: 1866384,385 Burial: September 08, 1897, Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska386 Cause of Death: Consumption387 Census: 1890, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Daughter of: Wambean and Nancy Bloodgood388 Probate: June 16, 1908, Knox County, Nebraska 389 More About ANTOINE TRUDELL and JULIA BLOODGOOD-WAMBEAN: Marriage: November 01, 1885, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska390,391,392,393 Married by: W. W. Fowler394,395 Notes for KATHERINE "KATHY/KATE" DERAAD: OBITUARY OF KATE TRUDELL

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Mrs. Catherine (Kate) Trudell, 84, was the fourth of seven children, born to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas DeRode who came from Holland and settled at Pallen, Iowa. There seven children were born, four girls and two boys, all of whom preceded her death. While the children were still young, the family moved to Niobrara, Nebraska where, in 1888, Kate was married to Allen Jones. Making their home at Santee, six children were born to this union. Rev. Harry Jones of Pine Ridge, South Dakota, Nellie and Albert of Sioux City, Iowa and Fred, of Niobrara. Two children, Mary and Alex, died during their youth. After the death of her husband, she was married in 1900 to Antoine Trudell, and to this union, seven children were born. John of Sioux City, Mrs. Frank (Frances) Bacon of McMinnville, Oregon; Mrs. Clarence (Luella) Carson of Santee; Martin of So. Sioux City; Mrs. George (Hannah) Crosley of Santee; Valley Trudell of Sioux City, Iowa; and Margaret, who died at the age of twenty. Her husband passed away in 1941. Kate, born October 9, 1872, passed away September 3, 1956 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Clarence Carson, where she was making her home. She became ill and was in bed for seven weeks, at which time her ten children visited her constantly. She lived most of her life int the Victory Community and Santee, and was widely known around and in Niobrara, where she lived for two years. She was a member of the Catholic Church and a member of the St. Williams Alter Society in Niobrara. She leaves to mourn her passing, ten children, fifty-four grandchildren, sixty-four great grandchildren and three great, great, grandchildren. Funeral services were held at the Sacred Heart Church in Santee on Thursday morning at 10:00, with Rev. Father Benno officiating. She was laid to rest in the Catholic Cemetery at Santee. Pall bearers were Buddy Carson, Martin (Bubby) Trudell, John and Carl Crosley, Jimmy and Jerome Robinette. Jones Funeral Home was in charge. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our many friends for their kind thoughts and deeds shown us during our trial of sorrow. We thank Father Benno for his services and kind words which will never be forgotten, the choir for their much appreciated singing, and our many friends for the food and flowers, and all who helped with the serving. We thank the St. William's Alter Society for the Masses. May God reward each and everyone of you. From the children. Rev. and Mrs. Harry Jones Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jones Mrs. Nellie Trudell Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones Mr. and Mrs. John Trudell Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bacon Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Carson Mr. and Mrs. George Crosley Mr. and Mrs. Martin Trudell Mr. and Mrs. Valley Trudell ________________________________________________________________________ The 1910 Census lists her as mother of 6 children, 5 still living. Her baptism was sponsored by Mrs. William Holmes, Mrs. James Rockwood, and Rev. William Holmes. More About KATHERINE "KATHY/KATE" DERAAD: Date born 2: 1870, Iowa396,397,398,399 Date born 3: October 09, 1871400 Baptism: November 26, 1899, Church of Our Most Merciful Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Joseph W. Cook400 Burial: Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska401 Census: 1910, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B Census 2: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B Census 3: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 3A Daughter of: Albert DeRaad and Sarah402 More About ANTOINE TRUDELL and KATHERINE DERAAD:

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Marriage 1: 1902403 Marriage 2: 1900 Children of ANTOINE TRUDELL and JULIA BLOODGOOD-WAMBEAN are:
i. JOSEPHINE HARRIET3 TRUDELL, b. Bef. April 03, 1887, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. July 15, 1887, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska404. Notes for JOSEPHINE HARRIET TRUDELL: Her baptism was sponsored by her parents and her aunt, Lizzie Trudell. More About JOSEPHINE HARRIET TRUDELL: Baptism: April 03, 1887, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by W. W. Fowler405 ii. iii. iv. WALLACE A. TRUDELL, b. 1888, Nebraska. JULIA EMILY HAPSTIN TRUDELL, b. August 06, 1889, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. Aft. 1930. ANNA TRUDELL, b. February 1891, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. September 06, 1891, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska406. Notes for ANNA TRUDELL: Her parents sponsored her baptism. More About ANNA TRUDELL: Baptism: August 1891, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska407 Burial: September 07, 1891 Cause of Death: Cholera Infantum408 v. MINNIE TRUDELL, b. June 27, 1892, Knox County, Nebraska 409; d. October 09, 1892, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska410. Notes for MINNIE TRUDELL: Her parents sponsored her baptism. More About MINNIE TRUDELL: Baptism: July 09, 1892, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 411 Burial: October 11, 1892 Cause of Death: Dysentery412 33. vi. vii. REBECCA TRUDELL, b. August 26, 1893, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. November 05, 1918, Nebraska. MARY ROSE TRUDELL, b. January 26, 1895, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 413; d. August 30, 1895, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska414. Notes for MARY ROSE TRUDELL: Her baptism was sponsored by her parents and her aunt, Emily Trudell. More About MARY ROSE TRUDELL: Baptism: April 28, 1895, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes415 Burial: September 01, 1895 Cause of Death: Summer Complaint416 viii. PAUL FREDERICK TRUDELL, b. April 02, 1896, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska417,418; d. January 22, 1898, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska419,420. Notes for PAUL FREDERICK TRUDELL: His baptism was sponsored by Patrick Henry and his parents. More About PAUL FREDERICK TRUDELL: Baptism: July 12, 1896, Holy Faith Church, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes421,422 Burial: January 23, 1898 Cause of Death: Inflamitory Croup423 ix. FLORENCE TRUDELL, b. August 03, 1897, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 424,425; d. August 23, 1897, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska426,427. Notes for FLORENCE TRUDELL:

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His baptism was sponsored by John Ross, Mary Trudell and Julia Trudell. More About FLORENCE TRUDELL: Baptism: August 14, 1897, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes428,429 Burial: August 25, 1897 Cause of Death: Diarrhea430

Children of ANTOINE TRUDELL and KATHERINE DERAAD are:
34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. x. xi. xii. xiii. xiv. xv. xvi. JOHN EDWARD3 TRUDELL, b. May 20, 1903, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. March 03, 1988, Saint Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota. FRANCES IRENE TRUDELL, b. December 29, 1904, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. July 15, 1996, Salem, Marion County, Oregon. LUELLA BELL TRUDELL, b. February 04, 1907, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. October 25, 1996, Lynch, Boyd County, Nebraska. MARTIN CLIFFORD TRUDELL, b. October 13, 1909, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. January 19, 1994, Casa De Paz Nursing Home, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa. HANNAH MAY TRUDELL, b. October 16, 1910, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. August 17, 1989, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa. VALENTINE "VALLIE" TRUDELL, b. July 19, 1913, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. August 28, 1996, Sioux City Hospital, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa. MARGARET C. TRUDELL, b. October 08, 1916, Nebraska 431,432; d. July 02, 1937, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. Notes for MARGARET C. TRUDELL: MARGARET TRUDELL Funeral services wer held at 3 p.m., Sunday at Santee, for Miss Margaret Trudell, 21, who died at 5 a.m., Friday, July 2. She had been in ill health for the past 2 years. Besides her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Antoine Trudell, she leaves to mourn ten brothers and sisters: Mrs. Clarence Carson, Mrs. Frank Bacon, Martin Trudell, John Trudell, Mrs. Geo. Crosley, Valley Trudell and Fred Jones, all of Santee; Mrs. Louis Trudell and Albert Jones both of Flandreau, S. D.; Mrs. Harry Brandon of St. Francis, S. D.; and a host of friends and relatives. She was the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Antoine Trudell of Santee. Rev. Father Daniels O.S.B., of Marty, S. D., conducted the funeral services and she was laid to rest in the Sacred Heart cemetery at Santee. The Tribune extends sympathy to the bereaved family. CARD OF THANKS We take this means of thanking all our friends who assisted us during the long illness and death of our beloved daughter and sister, Margaret Trudell; and also for the beautiful flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Antoine Trudell, Mr. and Mrs. John Trudell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bacon and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Carson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Trudell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Crosley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Valley Trudell and family. More About MARGARET C. TRUDELL: Burial: July 04, 1937, Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska Census: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B Census 2: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 3A

Generation No. 3 8. GEORGE J.3 TRUDELL (FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born 1872 in Nebraska433,434,435,436. He married (1) H ARRIET B. "HATTIE" JOHNSON. She was born 1891, and died August 09, 1918. He married (2) JANE S. FRAZIER June 24, 1908 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska437,438. She was born October 27, 1878 439, and died October 14, 1908 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 440. He married (3) N ELLIE ROSENBAUM January 17, 1920 in Springfield, Bon Homme County, South Dakota441. She was born 1889 in South Dakota441. He married (4) N ELLIE HULS October 05, 1926 in Tyndall, Bon Homme County, South Dakota442. She was born 1901442.

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Notes for GEORGE J. TRUDELL: George was listed as Frank's stepson in the 1885 census. On his marriage record his parents are listed as Frank Trudell and not known. More About GEORGE J. TRUDELL: Date born 2: 1874443 Date born 3: 1875, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 444 Date born 4: 1876445 Baptism: 1876, Church of Our Most Merciful Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by S. A. Hinman446 Census: 1885, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 2: 1890, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 3: 1920, Springfield, Bon Homme County, South Dakota, page 3A Confirmation: November 30, 1903, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska447 Occupation: 1920, Garage Laborer448 More About HARRIET B. "HATTIE" JOHNSON: Date born 2: 1881 Other Spouse: Joseph Hanyetutawa Johnson Notes for JANE S. FRAZIER: From: "Iapi Oaye," Vol. 38, # 1, January 1909, page 4. Dec. 14, 1908, Anpetu kin he en Mrs. Jane S. Trudell ta Wikoska de Rev. Francis Frazier cunwintku. Wikoska waste qa wahbayedan icaga qa Wakantanka oie nahon icaga, heon waditaka qa iyuskinyan iyaya. Tuka hehan hunkake qa takuwicaye cin qa hinhusku dena wotehi akipapi kin he Isanati tona nahonpi owasin en hipi qa om cante kicapi. Qa wikoska waste kin de tokiyotan iyaye cin on wokicanpte wicoie ota iwahokonwicakiyapi on wasagwicayapi. More About JANE S. FRAZIER: Burial: Congregational Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska Daughter of: Francis Frazier and Maggie Marriage Notes for GEORGE TRUDELL and JANE FRAZIER: From: "Iapi Oaye," Vol. 37 #7, August-September 1908, page 27. WAKANKICIYUZAPI Santee, Neb., June 24, Mr. George Trudell qa Jane Frazier wakankiciyuzapi Rev. A. L. Riggs, D. D., econwicakiya qa Rev. Francis Frazier okiya. Jane Frazier he Rev. Francis Frazier canwintku; qa tipi wakan kin en icohan yustanpi hehan iye ti ekta conhanzi kin en wotapi tanka kagapi.

More About GEORGE TRUDELL and JANE FRAZIER: Marriage: June 24, 1908, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 449,450 Married by: A. L. Riggs451 Witnessed by: Josephine M. Merrill and Olive Ward Riggs451 Marriage Notes for GEORGE TRUDELL and NELLIE ROSENBAUM: George and Nellie each had previous marriages. More About GEORGE TRUDELL and NELLIE ROSENBAUM: Marriage: January 17, 1920, Springfield, Bon Homme County, South Dakota452 Married by: Stephen Flavin, Justice of the Peace452 More About GEORGE TRUDELL and NELLIE HULS: Marriage: October 05, 1926, Tyndall, Bon Homme County, South Dakota453 Married by: James Kirk, Jr., County Judge453 Child of GEORGE TRUDELL and HARRIET JOHNSON is:

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UNKNOWN4 TRUDELL, b. March 08, 1916; d. March 08, 1916.

9. LUCY HINAPEWIN3 TRUDELL (FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born September 27, 1872 in Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa454, and died May 27, 1937 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska455. She married THOMAS H. TIMAZA KITTO456 October 31, 1892 457,458. He was born January 01, 1869 in Sisseton Agency, South Dakota459,460, and died March 18, 1948 in Center, Nebraska 461. Notes for LUCY HINAPEWIN TRUDELL: Her baptismal record only lists her mother, Hinjinwin. Lucy attended the Hampton Normal & Agricultural Institute from September 1890 to October 1892. She was expelled for bad conduct. Description: 5'3" overweight, naturally curly dark brown hair, worn in a bun, brown eyes, pleasant looking face. She is listed as Frank's stepdaughter in 1885 census. The 1900 census lists her as mother of 5 children, 3 still living. The 1910 census lists her as mother of 10 children, 5 still living. Lucy and her husband sponsored the baptism of Percy Philomene Jones, 21 May 1899. Lucy and her husband sponsored the baptism of Roy Moses Abraham, 6 May 1901. Lucy and her husband sponsored the baptism of Elizabeth Emily Johnson, 14 July 1906. Lucy and her husband sponsored the baptism of Robert Campbell, 30 June 1907. Lucy and her husband sponsored the baptism of Roy Andrew Wolf, 13 October 1907. Lucy and her husband sponsored the baptism of Ernest Thomas Goodteacher, 8 March 1914. Lucy and her husband sponsored the baptism of Pauline Pansy Johnson, 21 December 1919. Lucy and her husband sponsored the baptism of Lawrence Frank Johnson, 8 February 1920. Lucy and her husband sponsored the baptism of Richard Lloyd Medina, 27 April 1930. Lucy and her husband sponsored the baptism of Belva Ramona Hoffman, 9 November 1930. Lucy and her husband sponsored the baptism of Charlotte Bernice Bill, 12 April 1931. Lucy and her husband sponsored the baptism of Randolph Joshua Johnson, 24 May 1931. Lucy sponsored the baptism of Olive Almeta Clare, 15 November 1931. Lucy sponsored the baptism of Joyce Mae Hawk, 15 June 1934. Lucy sponsored the baptism of Maria Silvia Brant, 8 April 1934. Lucy sponsored the baptism of Betty Jean Sturgis, 19 June 1935. Lucy sponsored the baptism of ? Hawk, 14 March 1937. More About LUCY HINAPEWIN TRUDELL: Date born 2: 1866, Iowa462 Date born 3: 1869463,464 Date born 4: September 1870, Iowa 465 Date born 5: 1871, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa466

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Allotment: 1886467 Burial: May 29, 1937, Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska Cause of Death: Heart and other complications468 Census: 1885, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 2: 1890, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 3: 1900, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 18A Census 4: 1910, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2A Census 5: 1920, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 1A Tribe: 1/4 Sioux469 Tribe 2: 1/2 Santee Sioux470 Notes for THOMAS H. TIMAZA KITTO: From: "Niobrara Tribune," 25 March 1948. A double funeral were held last Sunday afternoon March 21 for Thomas Kitto and Charles M. Jones. Both had been failing in health the last few years and they also passed away on the same day Thursday, March 18, 1948. The pallbearers for Thomas Kitto were: Marion Thomas, Joseph James, Joseph St. Clair, Moses Trudell, William Trudell and Daniel Graham. Both funeral sermons were delivered by the Rev. Harold Jones of Pine Ridge, So. Dak. Rev. Thomas Rouillard officiated at the burial ceremonies for Thomas Kitto at the Most Merciful Saviour Episcopal Cemetery where Mr. Kitto was laid to rest. Rev. Harold Jones conducted the burial for Charles M. Jones at the Pilgrim Congregational Christian cemetery at Santee. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Jones of Fort Thompson, So. Dak., Mr. and Mrs. Guy Jones of Wakpala So. Dak., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carillo of Detroit, Michigan as well as many, many bereaved relatives and friends attended boh burials in paying their last respects and honors to both who have passed away. This column extends its most sincere sympathy to all that are in this great sorrow. The Pallbearers for Charles M. Jones were: Theodore Robertson, Arthur Thornton, Charles Rockwood, William White, John Mitchell, Joseph James. _______________________________________________________________ Thomas sponsored the baptism of Clifford Lyle McClan, 20 January 1921. More About T HOMAS H. TIMAZA KITTO: Date born 2: 1867, South Dakota471 Date born 3: 1870, Sisseton Agency, South Dakota472 Allotment: 1886473 Burial: March 21, 1948, Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska474 Cause of Death: probable stroke Census: 1900, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 18A Census 2: 1910, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2A Census 3: 1920, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 1A Confirmation: May 01, 1886, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska475 Occupation: Bet. 1910 - 1920, Farmer 476,477 Son of: Isaac Kitto and Martha Sitkatowin Tribe: 1/2 Santee Sioux478,479 More About T HOMAS KITTO and LUCY TRUDELL: Marriage: October 31, 1892480,481 Children of LUCY TRUDELL and THOMAS KITTO are:
40. i. ii. GRACE LOTTIE4 KITTO, b. April 05, 1893, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. July 15, 1916, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. EDITH LUCY KITTO, b. September 20, 1894, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 482; d. September 20, 1895, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska483. More About EDITH LUCY KITTO: Baptism: December 16, 1894, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska484 Burial: September 21, 1895, Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska Cause of Death: Dysentery485 41. iii. NELLIE LAVERNE KITTO, b. July 05, 1896, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. November 11, 1985, White River Health Care Center, White River, Mellette County, South Dakota.

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MOSES GEORGE KITTO, b. July 25, 1898, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 486,487,488; d. September 07, 1898, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska489,490. Notes for MOSES GEORGE KITTO: His baptism was sponsored by Levi Trudell, his father, and Mary W. Jones. More About MOSES GEORGE KITTO: Baptism: August 30, 1898, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes491,492,493 Burial: September 08, 1898 Cause of Death: Pneumonia494

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ADA EDNA KITTO, b. September 18, 1899, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 495,496,497,498,499; d. November 07, 1915, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 500,501. Notes for ADA EDNA KITTO: Her baptism was sponsored by her parents and Rebecca Holmes. More About ADA EDNA KITTO: Baptism: October 29, 1899, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes502,503 Burial: November 10, 1915 Cause of Death: Heart Failure504 Census: 1900, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 18A Census 2: 1910, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2A Tribe: 1/2 Santee Sioux505,506

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IDA MARIE KITTO, b. November 11, 1901, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. June 1978. THOMAS IRA KITTO, b. November 02, 1903, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 507; d. November 17, 1903, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska508. More About THOMAS IRA KITTO: Date born 2: November 02, 1902, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska Burial: November 18, 1903 Cause of Death: Pneumonia508

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BERTHA KITTO, b. October 10, 1905; d. October 10, 1905. MAY KITTO, b. October 04, 1906; d. October 04, 1906. WILFRED RAYMOND "RAY" KITTO, b. August 02, 1909, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. August 01, 1959, Yankton County, South Dakota.

10. MARY H.3 TRUDELL (FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born March 1864 in Minnesota509,510,511, and died May 25, 1935 in Roberts County, South Dakota. She married LOUIS E. FARIBAULT July 17, 1881 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska512,513,514,515. He was born April 1854 in Minnesota516,517,518,519,520, and died March 15, 1933 in Sisseton, Roberts County, South Dakota 521. Notes for MARY H. TRUDELL: Her baptismal sponsors were Samuel Wells, Mary Trudell and Viola G. Fowler. She and her husbandsponsored the baptism of her half-sister, Stella Grace Trudell, 4 January 1887. She sponsored the baptism of her cousin, Mary Rosa Trudell, 3 July 1887. Mary and her husband Louis sponsored the baptism of her half-brother, Francis Trudell, 8 August 1891. Mary sponsored the baptism of Alvina Esther Johnson, 29 September 1901. Mary sponsored the baptism of Joseph John Ross, 30 March 1902. Mary sponsored the baptism of John Edward Trudell 2 August 1903. Mary sponsored the baptism of her half-brother, Moses Paul Trudell, 24 September 1906.

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Mary sponsored the baptism of Emeline Mary Khuna, 25 December 1906. Mary and her husband sponsored the baptism of Rosabelle Marion Barker, 31 March 1907. Mary sponsored the baptism of Mary Rose Trudell, 22 May 1909. Mary and her husband sponsored the baptism of Wilfred Ray Kitto, 5 September 1909. Mary and her husband sponsored the baptism of Frederick Foote Abraham, 16 April 1911. Mary and her husband sponsored the baptism of their grandchild, Louis Hart Faribault, 23 July 1911. Mary and her husband sponsored the baptism of their daughter-in-law, Sally Hart Faribault, 23 July 1911. Mary sponsored the baptism of Walter Samuel Campbell, 18 May 1913. Mary sponsored the baptism of Louise Rebecca Campbell, 1 June 1913. Mary sponsored the baptism of Lorinda Mary Mitchell, 23 November 1913. Mary witnessed the marriage of Levi Henry Trudell and Elizabeth Mitchell, 2 July 1911. The 1900 and 1910 Census lists her as the mother of 1 child, still living. More About MARY H. TRUDELL: Date born 2: 1862522 Date born 3: March 1863, Minnesota523 Date born 4: March 1864, Wisconsin524 Baptism: December 21, 1879, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by W. W. Fowler525 Census: 1880, Santee Agency, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B Census 2: 1890, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 3: 1900, Goodwill Township, Roberts County, South Dakota, page 3A Census 4: 1910, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 13A Census 5: 1920, Goodwin Township, Roberts County, South Dakota, page 7B Census 6: 1930, Roberts County, South Dakota, page 2B Occupation: 1880, Servant526 Tribe: 1/4 Santee526,527 Tribe 2: 3/4 Sioux528 Tribe 3: Mixed Blood Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux529 Notes for LOUIS E. FARIBAULT: Louis sponsored the baptism of Levi Paypay, 2 July 1887. More About LOUIS E. FARIBAULT: Date born 2: 1850530 Burial: March 18, 1933 Census: 1880, Moody County, Dakota Territory, page 25B Census 2: 1890, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 3: 1900, Goodwill Township, Roberts County, South Dakota, page 3A Census 4: 1910, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 13A Census 5: 1920, Goodwin Township, Roberts County, South Dakota, page 7B Census 6: 1930, Roberts County, South Dakota, page 2B Occupation: 1880, Herder 531 Occupation 2: Bet. 1900 - 1920, Farmer 532,533 Occupation 3: 1910, Merchant, General Store534 Tribe: 3/4 Santee534 Tribe 2: 1/2 Sioux535 Tribe 3: Mixed Blood Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux536

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More About LOUIS FARIBAULT and MARY TRUDELL: Marriage: July 17, 1881, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska537,538,539,540 Married by: W. W. Fowler541,542 Children of MARY TRUDELL and LOUIS FARIBAULT are:
44. i. ii. BENJAMIN WILLIAM (ADOPTED)4 FARIBAULT, b. July 09, 1889, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. June 1968, Deland, Volusia County, Florida. WALTER (ADOPTED) FARIBAULT.

11. LENA EMMA3 TRUDELL (FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born December 29, 1884 in Knox County, Nebraska543,544,545,546,547,548,549,550, and died November 23, 1944. She married (1) B ILL BIRD. She married (2) J OHN LAPOINTE. He died July 10, 1933. She married (3) J OHN WALTER ROSS February 20, 1899 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska551. He was born June 15, 1876 in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas552. She married (4) HENRY H. JAMES 1904. He was born July 09, 1873 in Nebraska553,554, and died March 09, 1939. She married (5) T HOMAS W. BATES October 14, 1920 in Tyndall, Bon Homme County, South Dakota555. He was born January 1857 in South Dakota555, and died Aft. 1930. She married (6) ROBERT JOSEPH WILSON April 29, 1922 in Springfield, Bon Homme County, South Dakota556. He was born June 20, 1893 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska556,557,558,559,560,561, and died Aft. 1925. She married (7) DAVID DORIAN January 02, 1930 in Tyndall, Bon Homme County, South Dakota562. He was born 1866 in South Dakota, and died December 17, 1933 in Todd County, South Dakota. She married (8) THOMAS J. JOHNSON December 11, 1934 in Iron Nation, Lyman County, South Dakota563. He was born January 1885563, and died Aft. 1937. Notes for LENA EMMA TRUDELL: The 1925 Iowa State Census stated her highest grade completed in school was 6th grade. The 1910 Federal Census states she was the mother of 7 children, 5 still living. More About LENA EMMA TRUDELL: Date born 2: January 01, 1885, Knox County, Nebraska Date born 3: 1886564 Census: 1885, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 2: 1890, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 3: 1910, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 10B Census 4: 1925, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa Confirmation: April 20, 1898, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska565 Notes for JOHN WALTER ROSS: His last name is sometimes given as Hubbard. More About JOHN WALTER ROSS: Date born 2: June 1874, Kansas566 Baptism: August 30, 1876, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, performed by John Woart567 Census: 1900, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2A Occupation: 1900, Farm hand568 Son of: Walter Ross and Minnie569,570 More About JOHN ROSS and LENA TRUDELL: Marriage: February 20, 1899, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 571 Married by: William Holmes571 Witnessed by: Ralph and Alice Trudell571 More About HENRY H. JAMES: Date born 2: 1873, Minnesota572 Burial: Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska Census: 1910, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 10B Census 2: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 3B Census 3: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B Occupation: 1910, Merchant, general store573

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More About HENRY JAMES and LENA TRUDELL: Marriage: 1904 Marriage Notes for LENA TRUDELL and THOMAS BATES: This marriage was short. Thomas was remarried to Ida Bouyer 18 December 1922. More About T HOMAS BATES and LENA TRUDELL: Divorce: Abt. 1922 Marriage: October 14, 1920, Tyndall, Bon Homme County, South Dakota576 Married by: Ed Krause, Justice of the Peace 576 Notes for ROBERT JOSEPH WILSON: His Draft Registration Card lists him as tall, slender, with dark brown eyes and black hair. His baptism was sponsored by Levi Trudell, Charles Wilson and Louise Campbell. According to the 1925 Iowa State Census Robert moved to Iowa about 1921. It also stated his highest grade completed in school was 4th grade. More About ROBERT JOSEPH WILSON: Baptism: October 08, 1893, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Joseph W. Cook577,578 Census: 1925, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa Confirmation: June 28, 1908, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska579 Draft Registration: June 05, 1917, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska580 Occupation: June 05, 1917, Farming, self-employed580 Rent: 1925, $10581 Son of: Charles Wilson and Cecilia Bloodgood 582,583 Marriage Notes for LENA TRUDELL and ROBERT WILSON: Lena and Robert each had previous marriages. More About ROBERT WILSON and LENA TRUDELL: Marriage: April 29, 1922, Springfield, Bon Homme County, South Dakota584 Married by: E. A. Crockett, Mayor of Springfield584 More About DAVID DORIAN: Date born 2: 1868, South Dakota585 Burial: Calvary Cemetery, Okreek, Todd County, South Dakota More About DAVID DORIAN and LENA TRUDELL: Marriage: January 02, 1930, Tyndall, Bon Homme County, South Dakota585 Married by: J. F. Kropuenske, Justice of the Peace 585 More About T HOMAS J. JOHNSON: Son of: Thomas and Susan Johnson More About T HOMAS JOHNSON and LENA TRUDELL: Marriage: December 11, 1934, Iron Nation, Lyman County, South Dakota586 Married by: Rev. Cyril Rouillard, Episcopal Minister586 Children of LENA TRUDELL and BILL BIRD are:
i. ii. ELI4 BIRD. TOMMY BIRD.

Children of LENA TRUDELL and JOHN ROSS are:
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Nebraska587,588,589,590,591; d. 1927. Notes for ANTOINE WALTER "TONY" HIBBARD ROSS: His baptism was sponsored by Rev. William Holmes, his father, and Rebecca Holmes. His name was listed as Hubbard in the 1910 census. His Draft Registration Card lists him as 5 feet, 9 inches, medium build, with brown eyes and black hair. More About ANTOINE WALTER "TONY" HIBBARD ROSS: Baptism: March 25, 1900, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Joseph W. Cook592,593 Census: 1910, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 135A Confirmation: December 21, 1913, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 594 Draft Registration: September 12, 1918, Knox County, Nebraska Occupation: September 12, 1918, Helps Henry James in the garden595 Tribe: 7/8 Blood Santee596 45. iv. JOSEPH JOHN "JOE" HIBBARD ROSS, b. December 18, 1901, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska.

Children of LENA TRUDELL and HENRY JAMES are:
v. DELIA IRENE4 JAMES, b. September 24, 1905, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 597,598,599,600; d. February 07, 1988, South Sioux City, Dakota County, Nebraska 601; m. UNKNOWN BELLIS. Notes for DELIA IRENE JAMES: Delia's baptism was sponsored by Ellis Campbell, Mary (Wabasha) Campbell, and Rebecca Holmes. More About DELIA IRENE JAMES: Baptism: November 05, 1905, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes602 Census: 1910, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 10B Census 2: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 3B Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bet. 1951 - 1952, Nebraska603 Social Security Number: 507-40-7929603 vi. DOROTHY MARY JAMES, b. February 21, 1908, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 604,605,606,607,608; d. December 1988, South Sioux City, Dakota County, Nebraska 609; m. LAWRENCE DECORA, 1925 610; b. December 17, 1902, Nebraska611,612; d. May 1986, South Sioux City, Dakota County, Nebraska 613. More About DOROTHY MARY JAMES: Baptism: April 05, 1908, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes614 Census: 1910, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 10B Census 2: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 3B Census 3: 1930, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa, page 14B Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Iowa615 Social Security Number: 481-16-7992 615 More About LAWRENCE DECORA: Census: 1930, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa, page 14B Occupation: 1930, Laborer616 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Iowa617 Social Security Number: 481-07-6469617 More About LAWRENCE DECORA and DOROTHY JAMES: Marriage: 1925618 vii. ISAAC PHILIP JAMES, b. April 11, 1910, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska619,620,621,622,623; d. September 1978, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa624; m. EVELYN ROUILLARD; b. July 20, 1915 624; d. February 11, 1989, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa624. Notes for ISAAC PHILIP JAMES: Isaac's baptism was sponsored by Ellis Campbell, Charles Wolfe, and Lucinda Khune. More About ISAAC PHILIP JAMES:

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Baptism: May 01, 1910, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes625 Burial: September 18, 1979, Logan Park Cemetery, Soux City, Woodbury County, Iowa Census: 1910, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 10B Census 2: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 3B Census 3: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B Occupation: 1930, Farm Laborer 626 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Iowa627 Social Security Number: 481-07-4049 627 More About EVELYN ROUILLARD: Burial: February 14, 1989, Logan Park Cemetery, Soux City, Woodbury County, Iowa Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Iowa627 Social Security Number: 483-22-1242 627 viii. WILBERT VINCENT JAMES, b. April 24, 1912, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska628,629; d. Abt. 1928. Notes for WILBERT VINCENT JAMES: His baptism was sponsored by Capt. Benjamin Young, Henry Whipple, and Sarah Young. More About WILBERT VINCENT JAMES: Baptism: May 05, 1912, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes630 Census: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 3B 46. ix. x. WILLIAM HORACE JAMES, b. January 07, 1914, Nebraska; d. March 03, 1987, South Sioux City, Dakota County, Nebraska. DORA RUTH JAMES, b. March 08, 1916, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska631; d. March 26, 1916, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. Notes for DORA RUTH JAMES: Her baptism was sponsored by her father, Rebecca Holmes, and Mary Campbell. More About DORA RUTH JAMES: Baptism: March 15, 1916, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes631

Child of LENA TRUDELL and ROBERT WILSON is:
xi. CHRISTIAN T.4 WILSON, b. January 03, 1924, Iowa632. More About CHRISTIAN T. WILSON: Census: 1925, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa

12. STELLA GRACE3 TRUDELL (FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born January 04, 1886 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska633,634, and died December 02, 1936. She married (1) C HARLES RAYMOND. He was born 1874. She married (2) P HILIP LESTER JOHNSON. He was born August 04, 1891 in Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska635, and died 1920. She married (3) G EORGE WAMNDIOKUWAMANI WABASHA September 14, 1903 in at the home of Frank Trudell, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska636,637,638. He was born April 11, 1879, and died March 02, 1904 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 639,640. She married (4) SOLOMON W. BARKER 1905. He was born February 22, 1882641. She married (5) ALEX PROPHET Bet. June 05, 1917 - 1920. He was born October 23, 1891 in Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska642. She married (6) WILLIAM P. BROWN Abt. 1932. He was born November 25, 1895 in Nebraska 643. Notes for STELLA GRACE TRUDELL: Her baptism was sponsored by Louis and Mary Trudell Faribault. Stella and her husband sponsored the baptism of Rachel Florence Trudell, 5 January 1913. More About STELLA GRACE TRUDELL: Date born 2: 1884644 Date born 3: 1888, Nebraska645 Date born 4: 1889, Nebraska646

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Baptism 1: January 04, 1887, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by W. W. Fowler647 Baptism 2: December 27, 1889, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska Census: 1890, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 2: 1900, Santee Government Boarding School, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, page 5B Census 3: 1920, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska, page 19A Census 4: 1930, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska, page 12A Confirmation: May 18, 1902, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska648 School: Santee Government Boarding School, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska649 Notes for PHILIP LESTER JOHNSON: His Draft Registration card lists him as short, slender build, with brown eyes and black hair. More About PHILIP LESTER JOHNSON: Draft Registration: June 05, 1917, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska 650 Occupation: June 05, 1917, Farming, self-employed650 Notes for GEORGE WAMNDIOKUWAMANI WABASHA: His baptism was sponsored by Joseph Campbell, his mother, and Mary Rockwood. More About GEORGE WAMNDIOKUWAMANI WABASHA: Date born 2: 1880651 Date born 3: 1881652 Baptism: February 17, 1883, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by W. W. Fowler653 Burial: March 04, 1904 Cause of Death: Consumption654 Son of: Napoleon Hdakinyan Wabasha and Natalie "Nettie" Mazakasdohewin Graham655,656 More About GEORGE WABASHA and STELLA TRUDELL: Marriage: September 14, 1903, at the home of Frank Trudell, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 657,658,659 Married by: William Holmes660,661,662 Witnessed by: Ellis and Mary Campbell663 Notes for SOLOMON W. BARKER: His Draft Registration Card lists him as tall, medium build, with brown eyes and black hair. He sponsored the baptism of Laura Mary Jones, 5 January 1913. More About SOLOMON W. BARKER: Draft Registration: September 12, 1918, Bon Homme County, South Dakota664 Occupation: September 12, 1918, Drayman, working for Leroy Trowbridge664 More About SOLOMON BARKER and STELLA TRUDELL: Marriage: 1905 Notes for ALEX PROPHET: His Draft Registration Card lists him as short, medium build, with brown eyes and black hair. More About ALEX PROPHET: Date born 2: October 23, 1889, Nebraska 665 Census: 1920, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska, page 18B Draft Registration: June 05, 1917, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska 666 Occupation: June 05, 1917, Farmer, self employed666 Occupation 2: 1920, Laborer667 More About ALEX PROPHET and STELLA TRUDELL: Divorce: Bet. 1920 - 1930 Marriage: Bet. June 05, 1917 - 1920 More About WILLIAM P. BROWN:

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Census: 1930, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska, page 12A Occupation: 1930, Automobile mechanic668 More About WILLIAM BROWN and STELLA TRUDELL: Marriage: Abt. 1932 Children of STELLA TRUDELL and PHILIP JOHNSON are:
47. i. ii. BENJAMIN ISRAEL4 JOHNSON, b. March 02, 1918, Nebraska; d. April 20, 1994, Emerson, Dakota County, Nebraska. MAY GERTRUDE JOHNSON, b. July 26, 1919; d. August 26, 1919.

Children of STELLA TRUDELL and SOLOMON BARKER are:
iii. ROSABELLE MARION4 BARKER, b. December 10, 1906, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 669. Notes for ROSABELLE MARION BARKER: Her baptism was sponsored by her mother and Louis and Mary Faribault. More About ROSABELLE MARION BARKER: Baptism: March 31, 1907, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes669 iv. ELSIE VICTORIA BARKER, b. September 15, 1908, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 670; d. September 29, 1926. Notes for ELSIE VICTORIA BARKER: Her baptism was sponsored by Capt. B. J. Young, Sarah Young, and her mother. v. MYRTLE EMILY BARKER, b. July 21, 1910, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 671; d. September 08, 1910, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska672. Notes for MYRTLE EMILY BARKER: Her baptism was sponsored by Henry H. James, Emma James and her mother. More About MYRTLE EMILY BARKER: Baptism: August 27, 1910, Greenwood, Charles Mix County, South Dakota, performed by William Holmes673 Burial: September 09, 1910 Cause of Death: Brocho Pneumonia 674 vi. MINERVA ELLA BARKER, b. September 09, 1911, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 675; d. April 13, 1915, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska676. Notes for MINERVA ELLA BARKER: Her baptism was sponsored by Guy W. Holmes, Mary Campbell and Cecilia Trudell. More About MINERVA ELLA BARKER: Baptism: January 07, 1912, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes677 Burial: April 15, 1915 Cause of Death: Pneumonia678 vii. SANFORD SOLOMON BARKER, b. August 31, 1913, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 679; d. April 18, 1915, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska680. Notes for SANFORD SOLOMON BARKER: His baptism was sponsored by Daniel Khune, his father, and Fannie Moose. More About SANFORD SOLOMON BARKER: Baptism: December 07, 1913, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes681 Burial: April 19, 1915 Cause of Death: Pneumonia682

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EARL DENNISON4 PROPHET, b. July 31, 1924; d. April 01, 1925.

13. LOUIS3 TRUDELL (FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born April 14, 1888 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska683,684, and died October 03, 1937. He married NELLIE MAY JONES. She was born August 13, 1890 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska685,686,687, and died January 1964 in Iowa687. Notes for LOUIS TRUDELL: His Draft Registration Card lists him as medium height, slender build, with black eyes and hair. His baptism was sponsored by Frank Vasser, James M. Bray, and Ella James. More About LOUIS TRUDELL: Date born 2: April 24, 1887, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 688,689 Date born 3: 1889, Nebraska690 Baptism: January 26, 1890, Holy Name Church, Greenwood, Charles Mix County, South Dakota, performed by Isaac H. Tuttle691 Census: 1890, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 2: 1930, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska, page 1B Confirmation: June 15, 1914, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska692 Draft Registration: June 05, 1917, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska693 Occupation: June 05, 1917, Farmer, self employed693 Occupation 2: 1930, Laborer, Odd Jobs694 Residence: 1930, Wilson Street, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska 694 Tribe: Mixed Blood Sioux694 Notes for NELLIE MAY JONES: Her baptism was sponsored by her parents and Rebecca Holmes. More About NELLIE MAY JONES: Baptism: June 23, 1895, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Joseph W. Cook695 Census: 1930, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska, page 1B Daughter of: Allen Jones and Katherine DeRaad695 Residence: 1930, Wilson Street, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska 696 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Iowa697 Social Security Number: 484-07-5577697 Tribe: Mixed Blood Sioux698 Children of LOUIS TRUDELL and NELLIE JONES are:
i. ERNEST BENJAMIN4 TRUDELL, b. December 22, 1910, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 698,699; m. BETTY. Notes for ERNEST BENJAMIN TRUDELL: His baptism was sponsored by Henry James, and Benjamin and Sally Faribault. More About ERNEST BENJAMIN TRUDELL: Baptism: February 12, 1911, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes699 Census: 1930, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska, page 1B Occupation: 1930, Laborer, Odd Jobs700 Residence: 1930, Wilson Street, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska 700 Tribe: Mixed Blood Sioux700 48. ii. iii. FLORENCE RACHEL TRUDELL, b. September 18, 1912, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. June 24, 2003, Jefferson, Greene County, Iowa. EMELINE LOUISE "SALLIE" TRUDELL, b. September 08, 1914, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 700,701; m. ED WILLIAMS. Notes for EMELINE LOUISE "SALLIE" TRUDELL: Her baptism was sponsored by Henry James, Mary W. Campbell, and her mother. More About EMELINE LOUISE "SALLIE" TRUDELL:

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Baptism: September 05, 1915, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes701 Census: 1930, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska, page 1B Residence: 1930, Wilson Street, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska 702 Tribe: Mixed Blood Sioux702 iv. GEORGE LOUIS TRUDELL, b. June 17, 1916, Nebraska702. More About GEORGE LOUIS TRUDELL: Census: 1930, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska, page 1B Residence: 1930, Wilson Street, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska 702 Tribe: Mixed Blood Sioux702 v. vi. vii. LOUISA K. TRUDELL, b. June 16, 1916. HARRIS ALLEN "HARRY" TRUDELL, b. August 13, 1918, Nebraska; d. April 1987. FRANCIS ANTOINE "FRANK" TRUDELL703, b. May 28, 1920, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 704,705; d. February 25, 2002, Norfolk, Madison County, Nebraska 705; m. BETTY PELT. Notes for FRANCIS ANTOINE "FRANK" TRUDELL: From: "Sioux City Journal," Sioux City, IA, 28 February 2002. Francis "Frank" Antoine Trudell, 81, formerly of Sioux City, died Monday, Feb. 25, 2002, at the Veterans Home in Norfolk, Neb. Services will be 10:30 a.m. Friday at Cathedral of the Epiphany Catholic Church in Sioux City, with the Rev. Paul-Louis Arts officiating. Graveside services will be 2 p.m. Friday in Santee Cemetery, Santee, Neb. Visitation will be 4 to 8 p.m. today, with the family present 6 to 8 p.m. and a prayer services at 7 p.m., at Meyer Brothers Colonial Chapel in Sioux City. Mr. Trudell was born May 28, 1920, in Santee, to Louis "Lawrence" and Nellie Mae (Jones) Trudell. He graduated from Flandreau Indian School in South Dakota with a boiler welders certificate. He was employed as a boiler welder for many years. After many years in Detroit, Mich., he moved to Sioux City. He moved to Norfolk in 1997. He was a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II. He is survived by two sisters, Florence Leedam of Winnebago, Neb., and Sallie Trudell Rose of Sioux City. He was preceded in death by a sister, Opal Sorensen; and five brothers, Harry, George, Earnest, Henry and Marvin. Pallbearers will be T.J. McKeegan, Kevin Ebart, Richard Leedam, Al Zaleta, Jerry Gordon and Gary Trudell.

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More About FRANCIS ANTOINE "FRANK" TRUDELL: Burial 1: March 02, 2002, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 705 Burial 2: Holy Faith Cemetery, Bloomfield, Nebraska Census: 1930, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska, page 1B Military service: U. S. Navy, World War II705 Residence: 1930, Wilson Street, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska 706 Tribe: Mixed Blood Sioux706 50. 51. viii. ix. x. HENRY JOSEPH TRUDELL, b. March 22, 1922, Nebraska; d. September 16, 1998, Norfolk, Madison County, Nebraska. MARVIN VINCENT TRUDELL, b. January 11, 1928, Nebraska; d. February 02, 1999, Spring Lake, Cumberland County, North Carolina. OPAL EVANGELINE TRUDELL, b. May 10, 1928707; m. ROLAND B. SORENSON, February 23, 1948, Elk Point, Union County, South Dakota707; b. 1913707. More About OPAL EVANGELINE TRUDELL: Date born 2: May 10, 1930 More About ROLAND SORENSON and OPAL TRUDELL: Marriage: February 23, 1948, Elk Point, Union County, South Dakota 707 Married by: Oliver I. Munson, Justice 707

14. LEVI HENRY3 TRUDELL (HENRY2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born August 28, 1891 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska708,709,710,711,712,713,714,715,716,717,718, and died September 08, 1968 in Ravinia, Charles Mix County, South Dakota719. He married (1) E LIZABETH MITCHELL July 02, 1911 in At the home of Henry Trudell, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska720,721. She was born June 11, 1893 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska722, and

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died July 12, 1915 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska723,724. He married (2) LILIAN R. CAMPBELL November 09, 1917 in Springfield, Bon Homme County, South Dakota725. She was born 1891725. He married (3) N ANCY WINNIE ST. PIERRE December 18, 1919 in Springfield, Bon Homme County, South Dakota726. She was born April 09, 1897 in South Dakota 726,727, and died January 09, 1963 in Greenwood, Charles Mix County, South Dakota. Notes for LEVI HENRY TRUDELL: His parents sponsored his baptism in 1893. Antoine Trudell sponsored his baptism in 1916. Levi was conducted into the U.S. Army 28 May 1918 at Camp Dodge. The 1910 Census lists him as 3/4 Santee Indian. His Draft Registration Card lists him as tall, medium build, with black eyes and black hair. He is listed as a widower with a child. More About LEVI HENRY TRUDELL: Baptism: March 04, 1893, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Charles R. Stroh728,729 Baptism 2: May 14, 1916, Sacred Heart Chapel, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, by Rev. Henry Westropp 730 Burial: Greenwood Cemetery, Greenwood, Charles Mix County, South Dakota Census: 1900, Santee Government Boarding School, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, page 10B Census 2: 1910, Santee Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska, page 13B Census 3: 1930, Wahehe Township, Charles Mix County, South Dakota, page 1A Confirmation: June 21, 1908, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska731 Draft Registration: June 05, 1917, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska732 Occupation: Bet. 1910 - June 05 1917, Laborer, working for Ross Crosley 733,734 Occupation 2: 1930, Farm Laborer 735 School: Santee Government Boarding School, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska736 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, South Dakota 737 Social Security Number: 503-16-8087737 Tribe: One Quarter Sioux738 More About ELIZABETH MITCHELL: Date born 2: 1891739 Burial: July 13, 1915 Cause of Death: Pulmonary Tuberculosis740 Daughter of: Charles Mitchell and Lillie LaCroix741,742 More About LEVI TRUDELL and ELIZABETH MITCHELL: Marriage: July 02, 1911, At the home of Henry Trudell, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska743,744 Married by: William Holmes745,746 Witnessed by: Benjamin and Mary Faribault747,748 More About LEVI TRUDELL and LILIAN CAMPBELL: Marriage: November 09, 1917, Springfield, Bon Homme County, South Dakota749 Married by: Stephen Flavin, Justice of the Peace749 More About NANCY WINNIE ST. PIERRE: Burial: Greenwood Cemetery, Greenwood, Charles Mix County, South Dakota Census: 1930, Wahehe Township, Charles Mix County, South Dakota, page 1A Daughter of: Louis St. Pierre and Lydia Cekpawin More About LEVI TRUDELL and NANCY ST. PIERRE: Marriage: December 18, 1919, Springfield, Bon Homme County, South Dakota750 Married by: Stephen Flavin, Justice of the Peace750 Children of LEVI TRUDELL and ELIZABETH MITCHELL are:
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Children of LEVI TRUDELL and NANCY ST. PIERRE are:
iii. LUCY R. "LYDIA"4 TRUDELL, b. 1921, South Dakota 751; m. UNKNOWN RICOTT. More About LUCY R. "LYDIA" TRUDELL: Census: 1930, Wahehe Township, Charles Mix County, South Dakota, page 1A iv. v. vi. vii. HENRY LEVI TRUDELL, b. 1922; d. January 05, 1926. ROY TRUDELL, b. February 06, 1924. MERCEDES MAE TRUDELL, b. May 16, 1925, Greenwood, Charles Mix County, South Dakota; d. February 17, 1999, Avera-Sacred Heart Hospital, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota. RAYMOND DUFFY "RAY" TRUDELL, b. January 13, 1927, South Dakota 751; d. 1962. More About RAYMOND DUFFY "RAY" TRUDELL: Burial: Greenwood Cemetery, Greenwood, Charles Mix County, South Dakota Census: 1930, Wahehe Township, Charles Mix County, South Dakota, page 1A viii. ix. EDITH NANCY TRUDELL, b. March 28, 1928; d. March 17, 1929, Charles Mix County, South Dakota. ELMO BASIL TRUDELL, b. September 04, 1929, South Dakota751; d. May 07, 1931, Greenwood, Charles Mix County, South Dakota. More About ELMO BASIL TRUDELL: Baptism: May 05, 1931, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota Census: 1930, Wahehe Township, Charles Mix County, South Dakota, page 1A 54. x. xi. BEULAH JUNE TRUDELL, b. January 23, 1931; d. August 25, 2000, Avera Sacred Heart Hospital, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota. EVELYN BEATRICE TRUDELL, b. April 23, 1932. More About EVELYN BEATRICE TRUDELL: Baptism: May 18, 1932, Wagner, Charles Mix County, South Dakota 55. xii. xiii. WILMER PAUL TRUDELL, b. July 08, 1935. LARRY I. TRUDELL, b. 1937; d. November 26, 1957, Charles Mix County, South Dakota. More About LARRY I. TRUDELL: Burial: Greenwood Cemetery, Greenwood, Charles Mix County, South Dakota xiv. xv. xvi. xvii. CLETUS TRUDELL, d. January 06, 1940, Charles Mix County, South Dakota. CHARLENE TRUDELL. RAMONA TRUDELL. HAZEL TRUDELL. More About HAZEL TRUDELL: Burial: Greenwood Cemetery, Greenwood, Charles Mix County, South Dakota

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15. CECILIA LUCY3 TRUDELL (HENRY2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born February 18, 1894 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska752,753,754,755,756,757, and died November 03, 1955 in Sioux Sanitarium, Pennington County, South Dakota758. She married JOHN A. MITCHELL April 22, 1912 in Springfield, Bon Homme County, South Dakota759. He was born April 04, 1893 in Nebraska, and died 1956. Notes for CECILIA LUCY TRUDELL: The 1910 Census lists her as 3/4 Santee Indian.The 1900 Census lists her as 1/2 blood Sioux. Her death certificate names her mother as Lucy. Her baptism was sponsored by Charles Wilson, Louise Campbell and Lucy Trudell. Cecilia sponsored the baptism of Minerva Ella Barker, 7 January 1912.

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More About CECILIA LUCY TRUDELL: Died 2: November 03, 1955, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska Baptism: November 04, 1894, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes760,761 Burial: November 05, 1955, Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska Cause of Death: Pulmonary Tuberculosis762 Census: 1900, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 15B Census 2: 1910, Santee Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska, page 11A Confirmation: June 28, 1908, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska763 More About JOHN A. MITCHELL: Date born 2: 1891, Nebraska764 Burial: Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska Son of: Charles Mitchell and Lillian LaCroix More About JOHN MITCHELL and CECILIA TRUDELL: Marriage: April 22, 1912, Springfield, Bon Homme County, South Dakota764 Married by: S. Flavin, Justice764 Children of CECILIA TRUDELL and JOHN MITCHELL are:
56. i. ii. LORINDA MARY4 MITCHELL, b. July 26, 1913, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. May 1975, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska. ROY A. MITCHELL, b. December 09, 1915.

16. FRANK M.3 TRUDELL (AUGUST TATOHEYA "GUS"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)765 was born December 25, 1866 in Wabasha, Wabasha County, Minnesota766,767,768,769,770, and died November 26, 1904 in Prairie Island, Goodhue County, Minnesota771,772. He married EMMA WAMNUHAYUHEWIN DEMAN773 January 01, 1891 in Christ Church, Redwing, Goodhue County, Minnesota773,774,775. She was born 1873 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska776,777, and died 1920. Notes for FRANK M. TRUDELL: From: "Redwing Daily Republican," Tuesday, 6 December 1904. DID A BLOW KILL INDIAN? REPORT COMES FROM PRAIRIE ISLAND THAT RED MAN WAS ASSAULTED. NOT REPORTED TO OFFICERS Frank Trudell died a week ago, it being claimed that brain fever was the cause - since then reports have gained circulation that blow from instrument caused death. Frank Trudell, an Indian residing on Prairie Island, died a week ago Friday and was buried the following Monday. At that time it was said that Trudell died from natural causes, probaby fever. Today, however, it is reported that death was caused as the result of Trudell being struck over the head by a blunt instrument. This report was started by Indians on Prairie Island and was told on the streets here by a member of the colony. The name of the assailant was given, but as no complaint has been made to the officials - at least as far as can be learned - it is not published. It is understood that the blow, if rumor be true, did not cause instant death, but had such effect that complications set in and caused death. ____________________________________________________________________ Frank and Emma had 8 children, but only 4 survived into adulthood. More About FRANK M. TRUDELL: Date born 2: 1865777 Baptism: 1867, Wabasha, Wabasha County, Minnesota, performed by John Trabeck 778 Burial: November 29, 1904, Prairie Island Cemetery, Goodhue County, Minnesota, Section E 779 Census: 1889, Wabashaw Settlement, Wabasha County, Minnesota

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Census 2: 1891, Birch County, Minnesota Census 3: 1895, Birch Cooley Agency, Minnesota, page 9 Census 4: 1899, Eggleston, Goodhue County, Minnesota, page 12 Census 5: 1900, Paxton Township, Redwood County, Minnesota, page 12B Occupation: 1900, Farmer780 Notes for EMMA WAMNUHAYUHEWIN DEMAN: Emma married next, Charles Jones, 18 May 1907 in the Chapel of the Messiah, Prairie Island, Goodhue County, Minnesota. From: "Redwing Daily Republican," Tuesday, 21 May 1907, page 5. Charles Jones of Birch Coulie, Minn., and Mrs. Emma Trudell of Prairie Island, were married Saturday evening at 8 o'clock in the chapel of the Messiah on Prairie Island. Rev. C. C. Rollit, rector of Christ church, officiated, reading the service in the Sioux language, in the presence of about fifty friends of the contracting parties. The couple were attended by Frank Lawrence and Agnes Lawrence. This is the first marriage to be solemnized in the little chapel on the island. _______________________________________________________ The 1910 Federal Census states she was the mother of 6 children, 5 still living. More About EMMA WAMNUHAYUHEWIN DEMAN: Date born 2: 1870, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 781,782 Date born 3: 1872783 Date born 4: 1873, South Dakota784 Date born 5: 1874, Minnesota785 Date born 6: 1874, North Dakota 786 Date born 7: 1875, Minnesota787,788 Census: 1891, Birch County, Minnesota Census 2: 1895, Birch Cooley Agency, Minnesota, page 9 Census 3: 1895, Yankton Indian Reservation, South Dakota, page 6 Census 4: 1899, Eggleston, Goodhue County, Minnesota, page 12 Census 5: 1900, Paxton Township, Redwood County, Minnesota, page 12B Census 6: 1905, Burnside Township, Goodhue County, Minnesota, page 7 Census 7: 1910, Prairie Island Indian Reservation, Burnside Township, Goodhue County, Minnesota, page 7A Census 8: 1920, Lower Sioux Indian Reservation, Redwood County, Minnesota, page 10B Daughter of: Itewastedapi789 Marriage Notes for FRANK TRUDELL and EMMA DEMAN: From: "Redwing Daily Republican," Wednesday, 31 December 1890, page 3. The marriage of Frank Trudell and Emma Deman, belonging to the Indian colony living on Prairie Island, will take place at Christ church to-morrow forenoon, the Rev. E. H. Clark officiating. More About FRANK TRUDELL and EMMA DEMAN: Marriage: January 01, 1891, Christ Church, Redwing, Goodhue County, Minnesota790,791,792 Married by: Rev. E. H. Clark793 Children of FRANK TRUDELL and EMMA DEMAN are:
i. LUCY4 TRUDELL, b. October 02, 1892, Wabashaw, Wabasha County, Minnesota 794. More About LUCY TRUDELL: Date born 2: 1890795 Date born 3: 1891796 Census: 1895, Yankton Indian Reservation, South Dakota, page 6 Census 2: 1899, Eggleston, Goodhue County, Minnesota, page 12 ii. EMMA TRUDELL, b. 1893797. More About EMMA TRUDELL:

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Census: 1895, Birch Cooley Agency, Minnesota, page 9 iii. AUGUSTUS TRUDELL, b. February 1895 798. More About AUGUSTUS TRUDELL: Census: 1895, Yankton Indian Reservation, South Dakota, page 6 57. 58. iv. v. vi. MARY TRUDELL, b. November 09, 1895, Eggleston, Goodhue County, Minnesota; d. March 01, 1957, Peever, Roberts County, South Dakota. ROSE TRUDELL, b. April 1898, Eggleston, Goodhue County, Minnesota; d. 1960, Moorehead, Minnesota. AUGUST TRUDELL, b. January 14, 1900, Eggleston, Goodhue County, Minnesota 799; d. July 30, 1900, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska800. More About AUGUST TRUDELL: Baptism: April 21, 1900, St. Joseph's Church, Red Wing, Goodhue County, Minnesota 801 Burial: July 31, 1900 Cause of Death: Diarrhea802 Census: 1900, Paxton Township, Redwood County, Minnesota, page 12B 59. 60. vii. viii. SARAH J. TRUDELL, b. 1902, Eggleston, Goodhue County, Minnesota; d. Aft. 1934, Sisseton, Roberts County, South Dakota. ANNA H. TRUDELL, b. 1904, Eggleston, Goodhue County, Minnesota; d. 1941, St. Paul, Minnesota.

17. LEVI (ADOPTED) A. PAYPAY GRANT3 TRUDELL (AUGUST TATOHEYA "GUS"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born June 14, 1887 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska803,804. He married SUZANE Bef. September 12, 1918. She was born 1886 in Nebraska. Notes for LEVI (ADOPTED) A. PAYPAY GRANT TRUDELL: His draft registration card lists him as medium height and build, with black hair and eyes. More About LEVI (ADOPTED) A. PAYPAY GRANT TRUDELL: Date born 2: May 14, 1885 805 Baptism: July 03, 1887, Church of Our Most Merciful Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by W. W. Fowler806 Census: 1900, Santee Government Boarding School, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, page 10B Draft Registration: September 12, 1918, Knox County, Nebraska807 School: Santee Government Boarding School, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska808 Son of: Amos Pay Pay and Ellen809 Tribe: Full Blood Sioux810 More About LEVI TRUDELL and SUZANE: Marriage: Bef. September 12, 1918 Children of LEVI TRUDELL and SUZANE are:
i. ii. iii. iv. ALICE4 GRANT, b. 1908, Nebraska. WALES GRANT, b. 1910, Nebraska. JESSIE GRANT, b. 1912, Nebraska. ADA GRANT, b. 1916, Nebraska.

18. RALPH SIMON3 TRUDELL (PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born June 05, 1881 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska811,812,813,814,815,816, and died October 10, 1928. He married ANNIE ALICE WHITE October 04, 1902 in Blessed Redeemer Church, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska817,818,819. She was born October 1885 in Nebraska820,821, and died August 28, 1927 in Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa822. Notes for RALPH SIMON TRUDELL: His baptism was sponsored by his parents and Garwin Whipple. His Draft Registration Card lists him as medium height and build, with brown eyes and black hair. Also called Ralph Semmons Trudell.

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Ralph and his wife witnessed the wedding of John W. Ross and Emma Trudell, 26 February 1899. Ralph sponsored the baptism of Lorenzo Harry Hoffman, 18 December 1910. Ralph moved to Iowa about 1921 according to the 1925 Iowa State Census. It also stated his highest grade reached in school was 5th grade. This census also lists Ralph and his family as Catholic. More About RALPH SIMON TRUDELL: Date born 2: 1880823 Baptism: July 17, 1881, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by W. W. Fowler824,825 Census: 1885, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 2: 1890, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 3: 1920, Union Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 4A Census 4: 1925, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa Draft Registration: September 12, 1918, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska 826 Occupation: Bet. September 12, 1918 - 1920, Farming, self employed 826,827 Rent: 1925, $15828 Residence: 1925, South Court Street, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa828 Notes for ANNIE ALICE WHITE: She sponsored the baptism of Verney Lesley Trudell, 16 January 1913. According to the 1925 Iowa State Census, the 5th grade was her highest grade completed. More About ANNIE ALICE WHITE: Date born 2: 1882829 Cause of Death: tuberculosis830 Census: 1920, Union Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 4A Census 2: 1925, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa Daughter of: Titus White and Elizabeth Williams831,832 Residence: 1925, South Court Street, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa833 More About RALPH TRUDELL and ANNIE WHITE: Marriage: October 04, 1902, Blessed Redeemer Church, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 834,835,836 Married by: William Holmes837,838,839 Witnessed by: John Heberd and Miss Cordelia Alice Trudell 840 Children of RALPH TRUDELL and ANNIE WHITE are:
i. JOSEPH MELVIN4 TRUDELL, b. October 04, 1906, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska841; d. January 04, 1907, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska842. Notes for JOSEPH MELVIN TRUDELL: His baptism was sponsored by John M. Green, Samuel Sully, and Hattie Bertha Trudell. More About JOSEPH MELVIN TRUDELL: Baptism: December 16, 1906, Church of the Blessed Redeemer, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes843 Burial: January 06, 1907 Cause of Death: Consumption844 ii. RALPH NOBLE TRUDELL, b. December 19, 1907, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 845; d. May 20, 1908, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska846. Notes for RALPH NOBLE TRUDELL: His baptism was sponsored by William Abraham, his father, and Rebecca Holmes. More About RALPH NOBLE TRUDELL: Baptism: March 01, 1908, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes847

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Burial: May 24, 1908 Cause of Death: Blood Poison 848 61. iii. iv. MARY ROSE TRUDELL, b. April 03, 1909, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. September 1984, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska. VERNEY LESLEY TRUDELL, b. December 04, 1912, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 849; d. February 08, 1913, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 850. Notes for VERNEY LESLEY TRUDELL: Her baptism was sponsored by Antoine and Kate Trudell, and Anna (Ross) Trudell. More About VERNEY LESLEY TRUDELL: Baptism: January 16, 1913, At the home of Ralph Trudell, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Saul851 Burial: February 10, 1913 Cause of Death: Whooping Cough and Pneumonia852 v. RUBY E. TRUDELL, b. November 22, 1914, Nebraska 853,854; d. May 24, 1980, Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington854. More About RUBY E. TRUDELL: Date born 2: 1912, Nebraska855,856 Census: 1920, Union Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 4A Census 2: 1925, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa Census 3: 1930, Nebraska State School for the Blind, Nebraska City, Otoe County, Nebraska, page 1A Residence: 1925, South Court Street, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa856 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Washington 857 Social Security Number: 531-28-8497 857 vi. DELPHENE LOVINA TRUDELL, b. June 11, 1916, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 858,859,860,861; m. PETER J. DE LORME, July 29, 1937, Marty, Charles Mix County, South Dakota 862; b. 1916862. Notes for DELPHENE LOVINA TRUDELL: Her baptism was sponsored by John Ross, her mother, and Mrs. William Holmes. More About DELPHENE LOVINA TRUDELL: Baptism: November 05, 1916, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes863 Census: 1920, Union Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 4A Census 2: 1925, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa Residence: 1925, South Court Street, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa864 More About PETER DE LORME and DELPHENE TRUDELL: Divorce: November 04, 1975, Dallas County, Texas Marriage 1: July 29, 1937, Marty, Charles Mix County, South Dakota 865 Marriage 2: July 15, 1936 Married by: Rev. Daniel Madlon, Priest 865 62. vii. WILLIAM CLIFFORD "BILL" TRUDELL, b. October 20, 1918, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska; d. July 31, 2001, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska.

19. LAVINIA ELIZABETH3 TRUDELL (PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born October 19, 1883 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska866. She married (1) UNKNOWN BIRD. She married (2) ROBERT B. HINTOKEA JOHNSON August 14, 1897 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska867,868. He was born November 1872 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska869,870, and died March 18, 1925 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 871,872. She married (3) JESSE BLACK December 27, 1919 in Scotland, Bon Homme County, South Dakota873. He was born 1880 873. Notes for LAVINIA ELIZABETH TRUDELL: On 1900 Federal Census she is listed as Lavinia Hopkins. Her baptism was sponsored by her parents and Julia Wambean. Lavinia and Robert Johnson sponsored the baptism of Lorenzo Harry Hoffman, 18 December 1910.

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She sponsored the baptism of Ellen Cornelia Trudell, 15 October 1912. Robert and Lavinia divorced and then remarried. More About LAVINIA ELIZABETH TRUDELL: Date born 2: 1882, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 873,874,875 Date born 3: 1884876,877 Date born 4: January 1884, Nebraska878 Baptism: November 11, 1883, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by W. W. Fowler879,880 Census: 1885, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 2: 1890, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 3: 1900, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 20B Census 4: 1910, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 4B Tribe: Full Blood Santee881 Tribe 2: Half Blood Sioux882 Notes for ROBERT B. HINTOKEA JOHNSON: Robert and his wife were living with his mother and stepfather, James and Elizabeth Hopkins. Robert and his wife were also listed as Hopkins. More About ROBERT B. HINTOKEA JOHNSON: Date born 2: 1870, Nebraska883 Date born 3: 1873, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 884 Allotment: 1898885 Burial: March 22, 1925, Holy Faith Cemetery, Knox County, Nebraska886 Cause of Death: Nephritis886 Census: 1900, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 20B Census 2: 1910, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 4B Occupation: 1900, Farm hand887 Occupation 2: 1910, Farmer888 Son of: John Johnson aka Oyateduta and Isabella Tatiyohnake Hopkins889 Tribe: Full Blood Santee890,891 More About ROBERT JOHNSON and LAVINIA TRUDELL: Marriage 1: August 14, 1897, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska892,893 Marriage 2: August 14, 1896, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska894 Marriage 2: January 22, 1915, Springfield, Bon Homme County, South Dakota895 Married by: August 14, 1897, William Holmes896,897 Married by 2: January 22, 1915, J. Flavin, Justice 898 Witnessed by: George Redowl899 More About JESSE BLACK and LAVINIA TRUDELL: Marriage: December 27, 1919, Scotland, Bon Homme County, South Dakota900 Children of LAVINIA TRUDELL and ROBERT JOHNSON are:
i. HATTY4 JOHNSON, b. September 04, 1899, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 901,902; d. November 05, 1899, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska902. Notes for HATTY JOHNSON: Her baptism was sponsored by her mother, James Hopkins and Maggie Lawrence. More About HATTY JOHNSON: Baptism: October 22, 1899, Holy Faith Church, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Joseph W. Cook903,904 ii. MARY JOHNSON, b. July 25, 1900, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 905. Notes for MARY JOHNSON: Her baptism was sponsored by Stephen B. Smith, Isabella Hopkins, and Lizzie Trudell.

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More About MARY JOHNSON: Baptism: July 26, 1900, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes905 63. 64. iii. iv. v. ALVINA ESTHER JOHNSON, b. August 13, 1901, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. 1943. GLADYS MAY JOHNSON, b. May 23, 1904, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. ELIZABETH EMILY JOHNSON, b. July 14, 1906, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 906,907. Notes for ELIZABETH EMILY JOHNSON: Her baptism was sponsored by Thomas and Lucy Kitto, and her mother. More About ELIZABETH EMILY JOHNSON: Baptism: August 12, 1906, Church of the Holy Faith, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes907 Census: 1910, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 4B Tribe: Full Blood Santee908

20. OLIVER PETER3 TRUDELL (PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born May 13, 1888 in Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska909,910,911,912,913, and died August 25, 1957. He married M ARY ELLA JONES. She was born October 10, 1899 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska914,915. Notes for OLIVER PETER TRUDELL: His baptism was sponsored by his parents, Levi Trudell, and Emma Whipple. His Draft Registration Card lists him as medium height and build, with brown eyes and black hair. More About OLIVER PETER TRUDELL: Baptism: December 02, 1888, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Charles R. Stroh916,917,917 Census: 1890, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 2: 1900, Santee Government Boarding School, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, page 10B Census 3: 1920, Union Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 4A Draft Registration: June 05, 1917, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska 918 Occupation: June 05, 1917, Farm Hand, working for Foner Bros. 918 Occupation 2: 1920, Farmer919 School: Santee Government Boarding School, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska920 Tribe: Half Blood Sioux920 Notes for MARY ELLA JONES: Her baptism was sponsored by Mrs. William Holmes, Mrs. James Rockwood, and Rev. William Holmes. More About MARY ELLA JONES: Baptism: November 26, 1899, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Joseph W. Cook921 Census: 1920, Union Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 4A Daughter of: Allen Jones and Katherine DeRaad921 Children of OLIVER TRUDELL and MARY JONES are:
i. LEONA4 TRUDELL, b. December 09, 1918, Nebraska 922. More About LEONA TRUDELL: Census: 1920, Union Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 4A 65. ii. ELMER WALTER TRUDELL, b. March 13, 1919; d. August 1967.

21. WILLIAM ANTOINE "WILLY"3 TRUDELL (PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born October 09, 1890 in Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska923,924,925,926,927,928, and died May 19, 1963. He married (1) M ABEL A. ROUILLARD. She was born January 20, 1896 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska929,930, and died October 04, 1978. He married (2) ELLEN JOHNSON November 07, 1912 in Springfield, Bon Homme County, South Dakota931. She was born 1888931.

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Notes for WILLIAM ANTOINE "WILLY" TRUDELL: His Draft Registration Card lists him as medium height and build, with brown eyes and black hair. His parents sponsored his baptism. More About WILLIAM ANTOINE "WILLY" TRUDELL: Date born 2: 1891, Nebraska932 Died 2: May 20, 1964 Baptism: August 24, 1891, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Charles R. Stroh933,934 Burial: Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska Census: 1900, Santee Government Boarding School, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, page 10B Census 2: 1910, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 4B Census 3: 1920, Union Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 1A Draft Registration: June 05, 1917, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska935 Occupation: 1910, Farm Laborer 936 Occupation 2: Bet. June 05, 1917 - 1920, Farming, self employed 937,938 School: Santee Government Boarding School, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska939 Tribe: Full Blood Santee940 Tribe 2: Half Blood Sioux941 Notes for MABEL A. ROUILLARD: Her baptism was sponsored by William and Angelie Abraham, and her mother. More About MABEL A. ROUILLARD: Baptism: June 14, 1896, Church of Our Most Merciful Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes942 Burial: Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska Census: 1920, Union Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 1A Daughter of: Oliver H. Rouillard and Nancy Bloodgood Ross942 More About WILLIAM TRUDELL and ELLEN JOHNSON: Marriage: November 07, 1912, Springfield, Bon Homme County, South Dakota943 Married by: S. Flavin, Justice943 Children of WILLIAM TRUDELL and MABEL ROUILLARD are:
i. CLIFFORD JOSEPH4 TRUDELL, b. August 14, 1919, Nebraska944; d. September 17, 1998, Thurman, Fremont County, Iowa944; m. ROSEMARY KENNEDY. More About CLIFFORD JOSEPH TRUDELL: Burial: Thurman Cemetery, Thurman, Fremont County, Iowa Military service: U. S. Army, World War II Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Nebraska944 Social Security Number: 505-32-3282 944 66. 67. ii. iii. iv. v. LEO VINCENT TRUDELL, b. October 20, 1921, Nebraska; d. January 26, 1975, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska. LLOYD PETER TRUDELL, b. 1924; d. October 25, 1966. LAVERNE MARIE TRUDELL, b. July 29, 1927; d. 1937. EDNA MAY TRUDELL, b. 1928; d. 1929. More About EDNA MAY TRUDELL: Burial: Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 68. vi. FLOYD PAUL TRUDELL, b. December 11, 1935; d. February 09, 1959, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska.

22. JEANNETTE NANCY "JENNIE"3 TRUDELL (PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born July 14, 1893 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska945,946,947,948, and died August 20, 1956. She married (1) H ARRY HOFFMAN March 09, 1910 in Knox County, Nebraska. He was born December 27, 1890 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska949, and died July 24, 1959 in Knox County, Nebraska950. She married (2) J OHN LAMAR HENRY August 1913 in Tyndall, Bon Homme County, South Dakota951. He was born June 23, 1884 952, and died December 25,

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1958953. She married (3) MORREL MANFORD DOOLEY. He was born October 10, 1894 in Hanover, Kansas 954. Notes for JEANNETTE NANCY "JENNIE" TRUDELL: Her baptism was sponsored by Joseph Goodteacher and Rosie Rouillard. Jennie was listed in the 1900 Federal Census twice, first at school on June 6, and then with her parents on June 12. The 1900 Census lists her as 1/2 blood Sioux. More About JEANNETTE NANCY "JENNIE" TRUDELL: Baptism: September 19, 1893, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Luke C. Walker955,956 Census: 1900, Santee Government Boarding School, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, page 9A Census 2: 1900, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 15B Notes for HARRY HOFFMAN: His Draft Registration Card lists him as medium height and build, with brown eyes and black hair. More About HARRY HOFFMAN: Burial: July 29, 1959, Holy Faith Cemetery, Knox County, Nebraska957 Cause of Death: Coronary Thrombosis957 Draft Registration: June 05, 1917, Hill, Knox County, Nebraska958 Occupation: June 05, 1917, Farming, self-employed958 Son of: Eugene Hoffman and Sarah More About HARRY HOFFMAN and JEANNETTE TRUDELL: Marriage: March 09, 1910, Knox County, Nebraska Notes for JOHN LAMAR HENRY: His Draft Registration Card describes his as tall, medium build, with brown eyes and black hair. His baptism was sponsored by his parents and Duncan Stone. More About JOHN LAMAR HENRY: Baptism: February 27, 1886, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by W. W. Fowler959 Burial: December 29, 1958, Holy Faith Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska960 Draft Registration: September 14, 1918, Knox County, Nebraska961 Occupation: September 14, 1918, Farming, self-employed961 Son of: John Henry and Itetohyewin962 More About JOHN HENRY and JEANNETTE TRUDELL: Marriage: August 1913, Tyndall, Bon Homme County, South Dakota963 Married by: R. M. Cotton, Justice963 Notes for MORREL MANFORD DOOLEY: His Draft Registration Card lists him as tall, slender, with grey eyes and dark hair. More About MORREL MANFORD DOOLEY: Draft Registration: June 05, 1917, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska Occupation: June 05, 1917, Farmer, self-employed964 Son of: John Dooley Children of JEANNETTE TRUDELL and HARRY HOFFMAN are:
69. i. ii. LORENZO HARRY4 HOFFMAN, b. February 20, 1910, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. February 16, 1967, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska. FERN H. HOFFMAN, b. 1912.

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FERNETTA VIVIAN4 HENRY, b. December 29, 1913, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 965. Notes for FERNETTA VIVIAN HENRY: Her baptism was sponsored by Joseph and Anna Redwing, and Lizzie Henry. More About FERNETTA VIVIAN HENRY: Baptism: March 26, 1916, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes965

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WINONA HENRY, b. 1916. MARION HENRY, b. May 20, 1916, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 966; d. February 08, 1917, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska967. Notes for MARION HENRY: His baptism was sponsored by Joseph Redwing, his father, and Anna Redwing. More About MARION HENRY: Baptism: October 22, 1916, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes968 Burial: February 10, 1917 Cause of Death: Pneumonia969

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LYLE ANTHONY HENRY, b. January 13, 1918; d. March 02, 1992, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa.

Child of JEANNETTE TRUDELL and MORREL DOOLEY is:
vii. MARGERIE FAY4 DOOLEY, b. September 04, 1926, Oketo, Marshall County, Kansas970. Notes for MARGERIE FAY DOOLEY: Her baptism was sponsored by Thomas and Lucy Lovejoy, and Ellen Whipple. More About MARGERIE FAY DOOLEY: Baptism: December 22, 1926, Performed by G. G. Lawrence970

23. JOHN BENJAMIN3 TRUDELL (PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born December 10, 1895 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska971,972,973,974,975,976,977, and died May 23, 1969978. He married (1) N ELLIE MAUD EASTMAN. She was born March 17, 1899 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska979,980, and died April 22, 1926. He married (2) LUCY G. SELWYN April 07, 1927 in Lake Andes, Charles Mix County, South Dakota981,982. She was born 1897 in South Dakota 983,984. Notes for JOHN BENJAMIN TRUDELL: The 1900 Census lists him as 1/2 blood Sioux. His Draft Registration Card lists him as medium height, slender build, with brown eyes and hair. His baptism was sponsored by his father, Benj. J. Young and Sarah Young. He was called Benjamin Johnny Trudell on his baptismal record. It lists him as Benjamin Johnny Trudell. More About JOHN BENJAMIN TRUDELL: Date born 2: December 10, 1897, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 984,985,986 Baptism: November 29, 1896, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes987,988 Burial: Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska989 Census: 1900, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 15B Census 2: 1910, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 4B Census 3: 1920, Niobrara Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 1B Census 4: 1930, Ree Township, Charles Mix County, South Dakota, page 2A Confirmation: June 15, 1914, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska990 Draft Registration: June 05, 1917, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska 991 Military service: Private, World War I992 Occupation: 1910, Farm Laborer 993

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Occupation 2: June 05, 1917, Farmer, working for Peter Trudell 994 Occupation 3: 1920, Day Laborer 995 Occupation 4: 1930, Farmer, Grain Farm996 Tribe: Full Blood Santee997 Tribe 2: 1/2 Santee Sioux998 Notes for NELLIE MAUD EASTMAN: Her baptism as sponsored by Joshua and Ellen Harlan, and her mother. She sponsored the baptism of Bernice Fern Knudsen, 23 March 1916. More About NELLIE MAUD EASTMAN: Baptism: June 11, 1899, Blessed Redeemer Church, Howe Creek, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes999 Census: 1920, Niobrara Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 1B Daughter of: Edward H. Eastman and Mary Thompson999 More About JOHN TRUDELL and NELLIE EASTMAN: Divorce: 1924 More About LUCY G. SELWYN: Census: 1930, Ree Township, Charles Mix County, South Dakota, page 2A Tribe: 1/2 Yankton Sioux1000 More About JOHN TRUDELL and LUCY SELWYN: Marriage: April 07, 1927, Lake Andes, Charles Mix County, South Dakota1001,1002 Married by: A. B. Beck, Judge, Circuit Court 1003 Children of JOHN TRUDELL and NELLIE EASTMAN are:
i. LEVI4 TRUDELL. Notes for LEVI TRUDELL: Levi died of Yellow Fever. 71. 72. 73. ii. iii. iv. ESTHER OPHELION "OPAL" TRUDELL, b. September 14, 1915, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska; d. March 24, 1947. ROY CALVIN TRUDELL, b. October 14, 1919, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. September 27, 1973, Manhattan, Riley County, Kansas. THELMA JANE TRUDELL, b. February 09, 1922, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. November 28, 1954.

24. CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS "CHRIS"3 TRUDELL (PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born February 25, 1900 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1004,1005,1006,1007,1008,1009 , and died October 10, 1941. He married (1) IDA ZIMMERMAN. She died Bef. June 08, 1940. He married (2) T HELMA 19261010. She was born 1910 in South Dakota1010. Notes for CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS "CHRIS" TRUDELL: The 1900 Census lists him as 1/2 blood Sioux. His baptism was sponsored by Frank Young, George Lawrence and Elizabeth Young. He was living with his brother Ralph in the 1925 Iowa State Census. His highest grade completed in school was 8th grade. More About CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS "CHRIS" TRUDELL: Baptism: August 05, 1900, Holy Faith Church, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes1011,1012 Census: 1900, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 15B Census 2: 1920, Samro Township, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 3A Census 3: 1925, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa

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Census 4: 1930, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa, page 9A Occupation: 1920, Laborer, working out1013 Occupation 2: 1930, Laborer 1014 Rent: 1930, $35 per month1014 Residence: 1925, South Court Street, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa1015 Residence 2: 1930, 2718 Peters Street, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa 1016 More About T HELMA: Census: 1930, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa, page 9A Residence: 1930, 2718 Peters Street, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa1016 More About CHRISTOPHER TRUDELL and THELMA: Marriage: 19261016 Children of CHRISTOPHER TRUDELL and IDA ZIMMERMAN are:
i. GARFIELD CHRISTOPHER4 TRUDELL, b. April 15, 1933. Notes for GARFIELD CHRISTOPHER TRUDELL: From: "Lincoln Evening Journal," 7 April 1958, page 5. TRUDELL SENTENCED Garfield Trudell, 24, Niobrara, was sentenced to 2 years in the State Penitentiary for auto theft by Lancaster District Judge Harry Spencer. Trudell, alias G. T. Redwing, pleaded guilty Mar. 27 to the theft of an auto on Mar. 21. ii. LORETTA ALICE TRUDELL, b. April 09, 1935, Knox County, Nebraska1017. Notes for LORETTA ALICE TRUDELL: Her baptism as sponsored by Alice Redwing and Martha James. More About LORETTA ALICE TRUDELL: Baptism: June 08, 1940, Blessed Redeemer Church, Howe Creek, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Walter Reed1017

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iii. JUNIOR C.4 TRUDELL, b. 1927, Iowa1018. More About JUNIOR C. TRUDELL: Census: 1930, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa, page 9B Residence: 1930, 2718 Peters Street, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa1018 iv. MAXINE TRUDELL, b. 1928, Iowa1018. More About MAXINE TRUDELL: Census: 1930, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa, page 9B Residence: 1930, 2718 Peters Street, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa1018 v. LESTER TRUDELL, b. 1929, Iowa1018. More About LESTER TRUDELL: Census: 1930, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa, page 9B Residence: 1930, 2718 Peters Street, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa1018

25. ALICE CORDELIA3 TRUDELL (LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born June 28, 1881 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1019,1020,1021,1022,1023,1024 , and died Aft. 1937. Notes for ALICE CORDELIA TRUDELL: Her sponsors at her baptism were her parents and her grandmother, Mary Trudell. The 1920 and 1930 Census list her as living with her uncle, Ed Colombe.

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More About ALICE CORDELIA TRUDELL: Baptism: July 17, 1881, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by W. W. Fowler1025,1026 Census: 1885, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 2: 1890, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 3: 1900, Genoa Indian School, Genoa Township, Nance County, Nebraska, page 7A Census 4: 1920, Winner, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 13A Census 5: 1930, Winner Township, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 2A Confirmation: May 05, 1895, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1027 Graduation: Genoa Indian School, Genoa Township, Nance County, Nebraska Land Patent: July 13, 1915, Tripp County, South Dakota, 160 Acres 1028 Children of ALICE CORDELIA TRUDELL are:
i. ADHRIN W.4 TRUDELL, b. 1913, Nebraska1029,1030; d. Aft. 1930. More About ADHRIN W. TRUDELL: Census: 1920, Winner, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 13A Census 2: 1930, Winner Township, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 2A ii. HENRIETTA TRUDELL, b. 1929.

26. MABEL IDA3 TRUDELL (LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born July 04, 1883 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1031,1032,1033, and died July 02, 1934 in Roosevelt County, Montana. She married GEORGE BENEDICT MENZ May 06, 1906 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1034,1035,1036. He was born March 20, 1879 in Fort Yates, South Dakota1037,1038,1039,1040,1041,1042 , and died September 30, 1965 in Roosevelt County, Montana1043. Notes for MABEL IDA TRUDELL: Mabel's baptism was sponsored by her parents and Amelia Ives. The 1910 Census lists her as mother of 2 children, both still living. Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section she is listed as 1/4 Indian, belonging to the Santee Sioux tribe, father Santee Sioux, mother Oglala Sioux. The 1930 Census lists her as 3/8 Sioux. More About MABEL IDA TRUDELL: Date born 2: 18811044 Date born 3: 1883, Nebraska1045 Date born 4: 1884, Nebraska1046 Date born 5: 1885, Nebraska1047 Allotment: 18861048 Baptism: August 05, 1883, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by W. W. Fowler1049,1050 Census: 1885, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 2: 1890, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 3: 1910, Standing Rock Indian Reservation, Morton County, North Dakota, page 9A Census 4: 1920, Menz Township, Sioux County, North Dakota, page 2A Census 5: 1930, Sunrise, Platte County, Wyoming, page 5B Confirmation: May 05, 1900, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1051 Tribe: 1/8 Blood Santee Sioux, 1/8 Blood Oglala Sioux 1052 Notes for GEORGE BENEDICT MENZ: The 1910 Census lists him as George Mentz, father from Germany, mother from North Dakota. Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section he is listed as 1/2 Indian, belonging to the Yankton Sioux tribe, father white, mother Yankton Sioux. The 1930 Census lists him as 1/2 Sioux.

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His Draft Registration Card lists him as medium height and build, with brown eyes and black hair. After Mabel's death George married Lida Culbertson, 1951, in Plentywood, Sheridan County, Montana. She was born about 1872 and died 10 August 1965 in Roosevelt County, Montana. More About GEORGE BENEDICT MENZ: Allotment: 19081052 Census: 1910, Standing Rock Indian Reservation, Morton County, North Dakota, page 9A Census 2: 1920, Menz Township, Sioux County, North Dakota, page 2A Census 3: 1930, Sunrise, Platte County, Wyoming, page 5B Draft Registration: September 12, 1918, Thunder Hawk, Corson County, Standing Rock Indian Reservation, South Dakota1053 Occupation: Bet. 1910 - 1920, Farmer 1054,1055 Occupation 2: September 12, 1918, Stock Raising and Farming, self employed1056 Occupation 3: 1930, Mucker in Iron Mine 1057 Rent: 1930, $20 per month1057 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Montana1058 Social Security Number: 516-18-41821058 Son of: George Menz and Annie Yellow Eyes (Tunkarotawin)1059 Tribe: Half Blood Yankton Sioux 1060 More About GEORGE MENZ and MABEL TRUDELL: Marriage: May 06, 1906, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1061,1062,1063 Witnessed by: James ? and Frank Wheeler1063 Children of MABEL TRUDELL and GEORGE MENZ are:
i. GEORGE FREDERICK4 MENZ, b. November 05, 1907, Nebraska 1064,1065,1066; d. April 11, 1957; m. M ILDRED G. WHITE, October 04, 1930, McIntosh, Corson County, South Dakota1067; b. April 14, 1904. Notes for GEORGE FREDERICK MENZ: The 1910 Census lists him as 7/16 Yanktonis Sioux. More About GEORGE FREDERICK MENZ: Census: 1910, Standing Rock Indian Reservation, Morton County, North Dakota, page 9A Census 2: 1920, Menz Township, Sioux County, North Dakota, page 2A More About MILDRED G. WHITE: Date born 2: 19091068 More About GEORGE MENZ and MILDRED WHITE: Marriage: October 04, 1930, McIntosh, Corson County, South Dakota 1069 74. 75. 76. 77. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. EVELYN ROSE MENZ, b. August 17, 1909, Thunderhawk, Standing Rock Indian Reservation, Corson County, South Dakota; d. December 08, 1987, Arlington, Snohomish County, Washington. LEVI FRANCIS MENZ, b. January 06, 1911, North Dakota; d. June 08, 1974, Sequim, Clallam County, Washington. GALE EMORY MENZ, b. October 02, 1912, North Dakota; d. December 15, 1984, Brockton, Roosevelt County, Montana. ETHEL MAY MENZ, b. October 14, 1914, North Dakota; d. April 09, 1995. MARCELLA T. MENZ, b. October 18, 1916, North Dakota1070; d. January 09, 1928. More About MARCELLA T. MENZ: Census: 1920, Menz Township, Sioux County, North Dakota, page 2B vii. WILLIAM C. MENZ, b. November 1918, North Dakota 1070; d. Aft. 1920. More About WILLIAM C. MENZ: Census: 1920, Menz Township, Sioux County, North Dakota, page 2B viii. DELILAH RUTH MENZ, b. March 24, 1921; d. May 14, 1937, Hughes County, South Dakota. Notes for DELILAH RUTH MENZ: The 1930 Census lists her as 7/16 Sioux.

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More About DELILAH RUTH MENZ: Date born 2: 1921, South Dakota1071 Census: 1930, Sunrise, Platte County, Wyoming, page 5B ix. ADA LOUISE MENZ, b. September 15, 1924; d. Aft. December 08, 1987; m. UNKNOWN FOSTER. Notes for ADA LOUISE MENZ: The 1930 Census lists her as 7/16 Sioux. More About ADA LOUISE MENZ: Date born 2: 1925, South Dakota1071 Census: 1930, Sunrise, Platte County, Wyoming, page 5B x. DAVID RAYMOND MENZ, b. April 15, 1927; d. Aft. December 08, 1987. Notes for DAVID RAYMOND MENZ: The 1930 Census lists him as 7/16 Sioux. More About DAVID RAYMOND MENZ: Date born 2: May 1927, South Dakota 1071 Census: 1930, Sunrise, Platte County, Wyoming, page 5B xi. xii. DOROTHY MENZ, m. UNKNOWN VILES. LAVENA MENZ, m. UNKNOWN BAKER.

27. HATTIE BERTHA3 TRUDELL (LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)1072,1073,1074,1075,1076 was born September 01, 1885 in Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska 1077,1078,1079,1080,1081,1082,1083,1084,1085, and died January 23, 1968 in Swedish Hospital, Denver, Denver County, Colorado1086,1087,1088,1089. She married (1) SAMUEL "SAM" JUSTUS EMERY1090,1091,1092,1093,1094 November 06, 1908 in Burke, Gregory County, South Dakota1095,1096,1097,1098, son of WILLIAM EMERY and ADELLE LANGDEAU. He was born March 02, 1883 in Wheeler, Charles Mix County, Dakota Territory1099,1100,1101,1102,1103,1104,1105,1106,1107,1108, and died June 19, 1951 in Grawn, Grand Traverse County, Michigan1109,1110,1111,1112,1113,1114 . She married (2) J OHN J. DION1115,1116,1117,1118,1119 19531120, son of OLIVER DION and SUSAN LANGDEAU. He was born March 28, 1885 in Rosebud Indian Reservation, South Dakota1121,1122,1123,1124,1125,1126,1127, and died September 27, 1968 in Grawn, Grand Traverse County, Michigan1128,1129,1130,1131,1132,1133,1134. Notes for HATTIE BERTHA TRUDELL: From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Thursday, 25 January 1968, page 3. MRS. DION DIES AT 81 Mrs. Harriett B. Dion, 81, of R. 1 Grawn, a Traverse City area resident for many years, died Tuesday evening at Swedish Hospital in Denver, Colo., following a one-week illness. Mrs. Dion was visiting relatives in Denver at the time she was taken ill. Mrs. Dion was born Sept. 1, 1885 at Santee, Neb., and spent her early life there and in South Dakota. In 1908, she married Sam Emery of Mission, S.D., where the couple lived until 1932 when they moved to Monroe Center. Mr. Emery preceded her in death in 1951. In 1953, she married John Dion of St. Charles, S.D. Surviving, in addition to her husband, are eight daughters, Mrs. James (Fern) Moulton and Mrs. Phoebe Stickel of Grawn, Mrs. Lyle (Mildred) Hoobler of Milford, Mrs. Hugh (Eileen) Graham of Traverse City, Mrs. Leland (Effie) Johnson of Alden, Mrs. Loyd (Janell) Campbell of Antioch, Calif., Mrs. Milton (Eva) Kirkpatrick of Oklahoma City and Mrs. Herbert (Rita) Henderson of Gaylord; two stepsons, Frank Dion of Burke, S.D. and Jack Dion of Littleton, Colo,; three sisters, Mrs. Emily Knight of Traverse City, Mrs. Ada McMillen of Tama, Iowa and Mrs. Cristine Hawkins of Pueblo, Colo,; one brother, David Truedell of Norfolk, Neb.; 31 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be Monday at 11 a.m. at the St. Mary's Church of Hannah with Rev. Francis Karl officiating. Burial will be in the St. Mary's cemetery. A rosary will be recited Sunday at 7 p.m. at the Hibbard funeral chapel. ________________________________________________________________________ From: "The Traverse City Record Eagle," Wednesday, 17 October 1945, page 9, and Thursday, 18 October

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1945, page 9. FOR SALE--Cabbage, carrots, garlic. Mrs. Sam Emery, R. 1, Grawn. Grawn. _________________________________________________________________________ From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Saturday, 1 May 1954, page 11. Mr. and Mrs. John Dion (Hattie Emery) have returned to their farm home near Duck Lake after spending the winter months in the west. __________________________________________________________________________ Harriet was a postmistress in Nebraska. Hattie sponsored the baptism of her cousin, Cordelia Susan Colombe, 6 September 1903. Hattie sponsored the baptism of Joseph Melvin Trudell, 16 December 1906. More About HATTIE BERTHA TRUDELL: Date born 2: 1882, South Dakota1135 Baptism: October 18, 1885, Christ Church, Crow Creek, South Dakota, performed by H. Burt1136 Burial: January 29, 1968, St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan1137,1138 Census: 1890, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 2: 1900, Genoa Indian School, Genoa Township, Nance County, Nebraska, page 7A Census 3: 1910, Burke, Gregory County, South Dakota, page 6A Census 4: 1920, Township 38, Range 27, Todd County, South Dakota, page 7A Census 5: 1930, Okreek, Todd County, South Dakota, page 1A Graduation: Genoa Indian School, Genoa Township, Nance County, Nebraska Land Patent: January 02, 1913, Todd County, South Dakota, 160 acres1139 Land Patent 2: August 09, 1915, Todd County, South Dakota, 160 acres 1139 Land Patent 3: December 24, 1917, Todd County, South Dakota, 160 acres1139 Residence: October 17, 1945, Route 1, Grawn, Grand Traverse County, Michigan 1140 Notes for SAMUEL "SAM" JUSTUS EMERY: From "The Saga of Sully Flats," by Adeline S. Gnirk, published 1977, by Gregory Times-Advocate, page 7475. Those men who helped make Gregory County the fine and rich land it is were honest, hard-working men who gave a dollar in labor for each dollar earned. Their work day was from sunup to sundown, not eight hours a day or forty hours a week as today. Their pay was about thirty dollars per month, or more if they could qualify for the job. As to what a cowboy was made of; it was a Stetson hat, bibless trousers, and high heeled boots. A vest to carry his Bull Durham, cigarette papers, and matches was a must. When and old time cowboy was asked what Bull Durham was made of, he replied, "Just what the name implies - bull ____ and a little tobacco." It made good smoking so they all carried a good supply. Some or the cowboys wore chaps for protection while riding. Spurs were used by most cowboys, not to abuse the horse, but to help control it when roping or cutting cattle. A good saddle and ropes were required for ranch work. No quarter horses were raised in the early days of 1890 or 1900, but the horses were well trained. A good horse and a good rider were a fine pair when working together. Some early cowboys were: John and Bill Dion; Sam, Dick, and Joe Emery; John, George, Frank and Claude Sully; Frank Dimond, Ole Dahl; Ore Unglaub, Joe Reynolds, Matt and Joe Crilly. Frank Kenzie was an outstanding cowboy and should have had his name in the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Most of these have passed on, with a great many more not mentioned here. Page 148 The Gregory Buttes or "Little Pikes Peak" was a lookout used by the Indians to spot Indian war parties, buffalo herds, wagon trains or a lone horseman of the white race moving into or through their hunting grounds. The buttes were landmarks for the white man's wagon and team to point their way into Gregory County. The early ranchers located their cattle and horse herds from the Buttes for the roundups held in Dixon and at the Ben Turgeon ranch in what was later Turgeon Twp. in the Whetstone Valley. In many of these roundups were cattle numbering in the 32,000's gathered together. Cows, bulls, heifers, steers and calves were picked out by their

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respective owners. They were roped and thrown by cowboys on their horses to be branded, de horned and earmarked. One trail boss was Ole Severson, and a few of the riders were Sam Emery, Joe Turgeon, George Pete, John Ham and Carl Nelson. _______________________________________________________________________________ From: "The Traverse City Record Eagle," "Draw Jury For December Term," Tuesday, 10 December 1946, page 1. "Draw Jury For December Term" Court Will Convene Here Next Monday The list of Jurors drawn for duty in the December term of circuit court for Grand Traverse county courthouse Monday, was released today by the county clerk's office. Jurors are being notified that they are to report for duty at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, December 17. Following is the complete jury list: William Marsh, Bendon; Wm. Dingman, Traverse City; Fred Bauer, Kingsley; N. E. Wyckoff, Mayfield; John Langworthy, Traverse City; Alvin Pierce, Kingsley; Clinton Drake, Williamsburg; Roman Novak, Traverse City; Edward Soderberg, Traverse City; Walter D. Lyon, Traverse City; L. F. Mikesell, Traverse City; Gerald Montague, Traverse City; Harry Fletcher, Sr., Acme; Anton Theil, Grawn; Lester Kouchnerkavich, Traverse City; Robert Daniels, Fife Lake; Walter Thorpe, Traverse City; Buell Copley, Thompsonville; Sam Emery, Grawn; Marvin Stricker, Traverse City; Charles Rhodes, Kingsley; Clarence Dean, Summit City; Mrs. William Wells, Traverse City; Rex Ferguson, Fife Lake. ___________________________________________________________________________________ From "The Traverse City Record Eagle," Wednesday, 20 June 1951, page 15. "Samuel Emery of Grawn Dies" Services for Samuel J. Emery who died Tuesday at the Osteopathic hospital, will be held Friday morning at 9:00 at the St. Mary's church at Hannah. Father Clement Sigmund officiating. The Rosary will be recited Thursday evening at 8:00 at the Hibbard funeral chapel, where the body reposes. Mr. Emery was born at Wheeler, South Dakota, March 2, 1883. In 1908 he was united in marriage to Hattie Trudell at Burke, South Dakota. The couple resided there on a ranch until 1931 when they moved to Grawn, where they have since made their home. Surviving, besides the widow, are eight daughters, Mrs. Phoebe Stickel of Pontiac, Mrs. Mildred Williams of South Bend, Ind., Mrs. Effie Johnson of Grawn, Mrs. Ileen Graham and Mrs. Fern Moulton of this city, Mrs. Janell Campbell of Tracy, Cal., Mrs Eva Kirkpatrick of St. Johns, Newfoundland, and Mrs. Reta Henderson of Yorktown, Va.; two brothers, Tom of Cedar Rapids, Ia., and Joseph of Mission, S.D.; two sisters, Mrs. Anna Bossingham of Interlochen and Mrs. Mary Purviance of Wenatchee, Wash. Richard Wayne Emery, stationed at the New London, Conn., navy base, has arrived to attend the services. ___________________________________________________________________________________ Sam's cattle brand was S/X. Sam and Hattie had a son and a daughter who died in infancy. Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indians section of the 1900 Census he is listed as 3/4 white, belonging to the Brule Sioux tribe, father white, mother Brule Sioux half breed. According to his Draft Registration Card of 12 September 1918, he was tall, medium build, with gray eyes and dark brown hair. More About SAMUEL "SAM" JUSTUS EMERY: Date born 2: 18821141 Date born 3: March 1882, South Dakota1142 Date born 4: March 03, 1883, Castalia, Charles Mix County, Dakota Territory 1143 Burial: June 22, 1951, St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan1144,1145 Census: 1885, Charles Mix County, Dakota Territory Census 2: 1900, Rosebud Indian Agency, Meyer County, South Dakota, page 317A Census 3: 1910, Burke, Gregory County, South Dakota, page 6A Census 4: 1920, Township 38, Range 27, Todd County, South Dakota, page 7A Census 5: 1930, Okreek, Todd County, South Dakota, page 1A Draft Registration: September 12, 1918, Mission, Todd County, South Dakota 1146

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Graduation: St. Francis Mission Boarding School1147 Indian Census: 1891, Rosebud Indian Reservation, South Dakota Land Patent: July 01, 1901, Gregory County, South Dakota, 80 acres1148 Land Patent 2: October 25, 1909, Gregory County, South Dakota, 39.28 acres 1148 Land Patent 3: October 25, 1909, Gregory County, South Dakota, 39.34 acres 1148 Land Patent 4: October 25, 1909, Gregory County, South Dakota, 80 acres 1148 Occupation: 1910, Automobile Driver1149 Occupation 2: September 12, 1918, Stockman and Farmer 1150 Occupation 3: 1920, Rancher/Stock Farmer 1151 Occupation 4: 1930, Farmer1152 Tribe: 1/4 Blood Brule Sioux1153 More About SAMUEL EMERY and HATTIE TRUDELL: Marriage: November 06, 1908, Burke, Gregory County, South Dakota1154,1155,1156,1157 Married by: C. A. Davis, Judge1158 Notes for JOHN J. DION: From "The Saga of Sully Flats," by Adeline S. Gnirk, published 1977, by Gregory Times-Advocate, Gregory, South Dakota, page 148-149. John and Amy settled on the W1/2 of the W1/2 of Section 4, Scissons Twp., later taking up residence on the Mullen homestead. Their children were born in her father's beautiful home: Frank, born May 10, 1910; Oliver, May 24, 1912, (fondly called "Little Buster") was two years old when he died and was buried in the Catholic Cemetery south of Burke; Jack, the youngest, was born November 20, 1919. The Dions roomed and boarded the school teacher of the Sunnyside School. John would haul the teacher his children school in a bobsled pulled by horses during the winter months. Dances for the neighborhood would be held in the big house. Amy played the piano and John the violin, accompanied by Marvin Glick with his banjo. Mrs. John Foley played her violin and harmonized with the trio. Charles Stevicks called the lively square dances. The group performed for dances in Lucas, Burke, Colome and Gregory. During the summer they played melodious selections for old time dances and the lively square dance allemande for the Lucas bowery dances. Amy Mullen Dion died March 4, 1948 at St. Charles. John retired to Grawn, Michigan. Some years later he was married to Mrs. Sam (Hattie Trudell) Emery. Hattie died in Traverse City, Michigan, January 1968. John Dion died 6 months later, September 27, 1968. John and Amy Dion were the parents of two living children: Frank married Lucile Stevicks. They have two daughters - Betty married to David Sextro, 3 sons Douglas, Donald and Dean; and Mary (Witt) married to Joe Fahranbacher, 2 children Rickie and Shelley Witt. Jack is married to Berniece Pinkey and they have three children, Larry, Ronald and Janice. _________________________________________________________________________ From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Saturday, 28 September 1968, page 14. JOHN DION DIES SUDDENLY GRAWN - John Dion, 83, was pronounced dead on arrival at Traverse City Osteopathic Hospital Friday afternoon after a sudden illness at his Grawn R. 1 home. The body was taken to Hibbard funeral chapel in Traverse City, with complete funeral arrangements to be announced later. ________________________________________________________________________ From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Monday, 30 September 1968, page 2. DION RITES ON TUESDAY GRAWN - Funeral services for John T. Dion, 83, of Grawn R. 1. will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Hannah St. Mary's Church, with burial in the church cemetery. The rosary will be recited at 8 o'clock this evening at Hibbard funeral chapel in Traverse City, where friends may call. Mr. Dion was pronounced dead arrival at Traverse City Osteopathic Hospital Friday afternoon after a sudden

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illness at his home. He was born March 20, 1885 near Burke, S. Dak., and lived most of his life in that area. In 1908 he was married to Amy Mullen, who died in 1948, and in 1955 he was married to Hattie Emery of Traverse City, who died in January, 1968. Surviving are: two sons, Frank of Burke, S. Dak., and John Jr. of Littleton, Colo.; seven step-daughters, Mrs. Lyle (Mildred) Hoobler of Milford, Mrs. Milton (Eva) Kirkpatrick of Oklahoma City, Okla., Mrs. Loy (Janell) Campbell of Antioch, Calif., Mrs. Hugh (Ileen) Graham of Williamsburg, Mrs. Herbert (Reta) Henderson of Gaylord, Mrs. Leland (Effie) Johnson of Alden, and Mrs. James (Fern) Moulton of Grawn; four brothers, William of Los Angeles, Calif., E. A. of Wayne, Neb., Clement of Omaha, Neb., and Joseph of Las Vegas, Nev.; a sister, Mrs. Emma Copps, living in California; and other relatives. _________________________________________________________________________ John was one of the old-time early Cowboys of Burke County, South Dakota. Early in their marriage, John and his first wife Amy Mullen, lived on Amy's family homestead. Later they moved to a ranch north of St. Charles where John was a cattle rancher. According to his Draft Registration Card of 12 September 1918, he was tall, medium build, with brown eyes and black hair. More About JOHN J. DION: Date born 2: 1884, South Dakota1159 Date born 3: March 20, 1885, Rosebud Indian Reservation, South Dakota1160,1161,1162 Burial: October 01, 1968, St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan1163,1164 Census: 1900, Rosebud Indian Reservation, Meyer County, South Dakota, page 19A Census 2: 1910, Burke, Gregory County, South Dakota, page 2A Census 3: 1920, Scissons Township, Gregory County, South Dakota, page 7A Census 4: 1930, Scissons Township, Gregory County, South Dakota, page 1A Draft Registration: September 12, 1918, Lucas, Gregory County, South Dakota1165 Indian Census: 1891, Rosebud Indian Reservation, South Dakota Land Patent: July 01, 1901, Gregory County, South Dakota, 160 acres1166 Land Patent 2: January 30, 1908, Gregory County, South Dakota, 160 acres 1166 Land Patent 3: January 30, 1908, Gregory County, South Dakota, 160 acres 1166 Occupation: Bet. 1910 - 1930, Farmer 1167,1168,1169,1170 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, South Dakota 1171 Social Security Number: 504-03-79671171 Son of: Oliver Dion and Susan Langdeau1172 Tribe: Mixed-Blood Sioux1173,1174 More About JOHN DION and HATTIE TRUDELL: Marriage 1: 19531175 Marriage 2: 19551176 Children of HATTIE TRUDELL and SAMUEL EMERY are:
78. i. ii. FERN WINONA4 EMERY, b. December 30, 1908, Rosebud Indian Reservation, Todd County, South Dakota; d. April 09, 1999, Ocean Springs, Jackson County, Mississippi. PHOEBE CATHERINE "PHIL" EMERY1177,1178, b. February 28, 1911, Rosebud Indian Reservation, Todd County, South Dakota1179,1180,1181,1182; d. April 12, 1968, Monroe Center, Grand Traverse County, Michigan1183,1184; m. ARTHUR FREDERICK "ART" STICKEL1184,1185, 1939, Mt. Clemens, Macomb County, Michigan1185; b. July 19, 1891, Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio 1186,1187,1188,1189,1190; d. December 24, 1963, Traverse City Osteopathic Hospital, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan1191,1192,1193. Notes for PHOEBE CATHERINE "PHIL" EMERY: From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Saturday, 13 April 1968, page 3. MRS. STICKEL RITES TUESDAY MONROE CENTER - Funeral services for Mrs. Phoebe Stickel, 57, of Monroe Center, a noted artist, will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Hannah St. Mary's Church, with burial in the family lot in the church cemetery. The rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Monday at Hibbard funeral chapel in Traverse City, where friends may call.

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Mrs. Stickel died of a heart attack Thursday night at her home. She was born February 28, 1911 at Burke, S. Dakota, the daughter of Samuel and Hattie Emery, and lived her early life there. In 1928 the family moved to Traverse City, where Mrs. Stickel attended local schools, and later she lived at Pontiac until returning to the Traverse City area to make her home. She was a noted artist and had studied extensively under Maud Miller Hoffmaster of Traverse City. At Pontiac she was married to Arthur Stickel, who died in 1964. Surviving are a stepdaughter, Mrs. Esther Denton of Fort Worth, Tex.; a stepson, Arthur Stickel Jr. of Key West, Fla.; a grandson, Jack Parmenter, a U.S. government instructor in Laos; her stepfather, John Dion of Grawn; and seven sisters, Mrs. James (Fern) Moulton of Grawn, R. 1, Mrs. Lyle (Mildred) Hoobler of Pontiac, Mrs. Hugh (Ileen) Graham of Traverse City, Mrs. Lee (Effie) Johnson of Alden, Mrs. Loy (Janell) Campbell of Antioch, Calif., Mrs. Milton (Eva) Kirkpatrick of Oklahoma City, Okla., and Mrs. Herbert (Rita) Henderson of Gaylord. __________________________________________________________________________ Phoebe had no children. More About PHOEBE CATHERINE "PHIL" EMERY: Burial: April 16, 1968, St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan1194,1195 Census: 1920, Township 38, Range 27, Todd County, South Dakota, page 7A Census 2: 1930, Mt. Clemens, Macomb County, Michigan, page 1A Occupation: 1930, Stenographer in Civil Service1196 Rent: 1930, $12 per month1196 Residence: 1930, 16 1/2 Broadway, Mt. Clemens, Macomb County, Michigan Residence 2: June 20, 1951, Pontiac, Oakland County, Michigan 1197 Notes for ARTHUR FREDERICK "ART" STICKEL: From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Thursday, 26 December 1963. RESIDENT OF GRAWN DIES GRAWN - Arthur F. Stickel, 72, of Grawn R. 1 died Tuesday evening at Traverse City Osteopathic hospital after a long illness. Mr. Stickel was born July 19, 1891 at Columbus, O., and later lived in Cleveland and Lima, O. and Detroit, where he was an automobile trimmer. After serving in World War I he opened an automobile repair shop at Pontiac, operating the business until ill health forced his retirement in 1954. He had been a resident of Monroe Center near Grawn since 1957. In 1939 at Mt. Clemens he was married to Phoebe Emory who survives. Also surviving are: a son, Arthur of Key West, Fla.; a daughter, Mrs. Donald (Esther) Denton of Fort Worth, Tex., and two grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 9:00 a.m. Friday at Hannah St. Mary's church. Rev. Fr. Francis Karl officiating, with burial in the family lot in the church cemetery. The body reposes at Hibbard funeral chapel in Traverse City. _____________________________________________________________________ Arthur's Draft Registration Card lists him as living in Pontiac, Oakland County, Michigan, tall and medium build, with blue eyes and dark brown hair. Arthur previously had 2 wives and at least one child with each. More About ARTHUR FREDERICK "ART" STICKEL: Burial: December 27, 1963, St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan1198,1199 Census: 1930, Sylvan Lake, Oakland County, Michigan, page 3B Draft Registration: June 05, 1917, Pontiac, Oakland County, Michigan1200 Military service: Sgt., 306th Repair Unit MTC, World War I1201,1202,1203 Occupation: June 05, 1917, Auto Trimmer at Olympian Motor Company1204 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Washington 1205 Social Security Number: 536-20-22801205 More About ARTHUR STICKEL and P HOEBE EMERY: Marriage 1: 1939, Mt. Clemens, Macomb County, Michigan 1206 Marriage 2: Pontiac, Oakland County, Michigan 1207 iii. MILDRED MARIE EMERY1208,1209, b. December 27, 1915, Rosebud Indian Reservation, Todd County, South Dakota1210,1211,1212,1213,1214,1215 ; d. February 04, 1984, Mercy Hospital, Grayling, Crawford County,

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Michigan1216,1217,1218,1219; m. (1) LYLE WILLIAM HOOBLER1220; b. February 07, 1918, Bay City, Bay County, Michigan1221,1222; d. December 20, 1994, Deming, Luna County, New Mexico1223,1224; m. (2) UNKNOWN WILLIAMS. Notes for MILDRED MARIE EMERY: From: "Record-Eagle," Monday, 6 February 1984, page 5. MILDRED M. HOOBLER GRAYLING - Mildred M. Hoobler, 68, of Grayling, died Saturday at Mercy Hospital, Grayling. She was born on Dec. 27, 1915, in Mission, S.D. She is survived by her husband, Lyle W. Hoobler; five sisters, Fern Moulton and Eileen Graham both of Traverse City, Effie Johnson of Woodbridge, Calif., Janell Campbell of Antioch, Calif., and Rita Conkright of Gaylord; two step-daughters, Charlotte King of Davisburg and Florence J. Amundson of Sioux Falls, S.D.; two stepsons, Charles Hoobler of White Lake and William Hoobler, stationed with the U.S. Army in Germany, and 13 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Grayling. A rosary will be recited tonight at 8 p.m. at the Sorenson Funeral Home, Grayling, where friends may call. _______________________________________________________________________ Mildred had no children. More About MILDRED MARIE EMERY: Burial: February 07, 1984, Elmwood Cemetery, Grayling, Crawford County, Michigan, Sec. 3, Lot 133, Grave D1225 Census: 1920, Township 38, Range 27, Todd County, South Dakota, page 7A Census 2: 1930, Okreek, Todd County, South Dakota, page 1A Residence: June 20, 1951, South Bend, Indiana1226 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Michigan 1227 Social Security Number: 370-03-87831227 More About LYLE WILLIAM HOOBLER: Burial: May 13, 1995, Elmwood Cemetery, Grayling, Crawford County, Michigan, Sec. 3, Lot 133, Grave C1228 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Idaho1229 Social Security Number: 519-03-76251229 Son of: Lyle Amos Hoober and Lena May Wood iv. MARY EMERY1230, b. January 26, 1919, South Dakota; d. January 26, 1919, South Dakota. More About MARY EMERY: Burial: Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery, Burke, Gregory County, South Dakota1230 79. v. vi. ILEEN ESTHER EMERY, b. February 22, 1921, Burke, Gregory County, South Dakota. EFFIE MARY EMERY1231,1232,1233, b. August 05, 1923, Rosebud Indian Reservation, Todd County, South Dakota1234,1235,1236,1237,1238; d. July 30, 1996, Ceres, Stanislaus County, California1239,1240,1241; m. LELAND FLOYD "LEE" JOHNSON1242, February 06, 1945, Grand Traverse County, Michigan 1243,1244; b. August 29, 1905, Michigan1245,1246; d. February 09, 1988, Ceres, Stanislaus County, California 1247,1248. Notes for EFFIE MARY EMERY: From: "The Modesto Bee," Friday, 2 August 1996, page B2. EFFIE M. JOHNSON Aug. 5, 1923 - July 30, 1996 Effie Mary Johnson, 72, of Ceres died Tuesday at Colony Park Care Center, Modesto. Mrs. Johnson was a native of Rosebud, N.D. She lived in Ceres 18 years. She was a homemaker. She is survived by her stepson, Robert Johnson of Moreno Valley; sisters, Janell Campbell of Antioch, Fern Moulton of Mississippi and Eileen Graham and Rita Conkright, both of Michigan; and two grandchildren. Private services will be conducted. Burial will be at Helena Township Cemetery, Alden, Mich. The McHenry Chapel of Franklin & Downs in charge of arrangements. _____________________________________________________________________ Effie had no children. More About EFFIE MARY EMERY:

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Baptism: August 06, 1923, St. Charles Catholic Church, St. Francis, Todd County, South Dakota, by Father Eugene Buechel1249 Burial: Helena Township Cemetery, Alden, Antrim County, Michigan1250 Residence: June 20, 1951, Grawn, Grand Traverse County, Michigan1251 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Michigan 1252 Social Security Number: 372-22-05431252,1253 Notes for LELAND FLOYD "LEE" JOHNSON: From California Deaths, 1940-1997: mother's maiden name: Wheeler. More About LELAND FLOYD "LEE" JOHNSON: Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Michigan 1254 Social Security Number: 362-01-01601254,1255 Marriage Notes for EFFIE EMERY and LELAND JOHNSON: From "The Traverse City Record Eagle," Saturday, 10 February 1945, page 5. Announcement in made of the marriage of Miss Effie Emery of Grawn to Leland Johnson of Detroit which took place Tuesday evening with Judge James Fitzpatrick performing the ceremony. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Louis Green. A wedding supper was served at Dill's. More About LELAND JOHNSON and EFFIE EMERY: Marriage: February 06, 1945, Grand Traverse County, Michigan1256,1257 Married by: Judge James Fitzpatrick1257 80. 81. 82. vii. viii. ix. x. JANELLE ANNA EMERY, b. March 06, 1926, Rosebud Indian Reservation, Todd County, South Dakota. EVA ELIZABETH EMERY, b. April 06, 1928, Okreek, Rosebud Indian Reservation, Todd County, South Dakota; d. December 16, 1974, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma. RITA MAY EMERY, b. February 20, 1931, Rosebud Hospital, Rosebud, Rosebud Indian Reservation, Todd County, South Dakota. SON1258, b. South Dakota; d. South Dakota. More About SON: Burial: Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery, Burke, Gregory County, South Dakota1258

28. ADA LOUISE3 TRUDELL (LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)1259 was born May 09, 1889 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1260,1261,1262,1263,1264,1265 , and died August 08, 1971 in Munson Medical Center, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan1266. She married BERT JUNE MCMILLIN January 09, 1912 in at the home of Levi Trudell, Tripp County, South Dakota1267,1268. He was born May 08, 1885 in Nebraska 1269,1270, and died 1961 1271. Notes for ADA LOUISE TRUDELL: From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Monday, 9 August 1971. LONGTIME TC RESIDENT DIES Mrs. Ada L. McMillin, 82, of Slights Road, Traverse City, and area resident for many years, died Sunday morning at Munson Medical Center following an extended illness. Mrs. McMillin was born May 9, 1889 at Santee, Nebraska, where she spent her early life. She came to Traverse City to reside in 1927 and lived here until 1947, when she moved to Iowa. She returned to Traverse City several months ago. Surviving are: a son, Robert McMillin of Traverse City; two sisters, Mrs. Emily Knight of Traverse City and Mrs. Christine Hawkins of Pueblo, Colorado; two grandchildren, one great grandchild and other relatives. She was preceded in death in 1961 by her husband, Bert McMillin; three sisters and two brothers. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Hibbard funeral chapel. Elder Donald Stewart will officiate. Burial will be made in Oakwood cemetery. ____________________________________________________________________ From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Thursday, 21 March 1946, page 5. Mrs. B. J. McMillin, Harold and Jackie Wells of Grawn and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hebert of Belding attended the Mardi Gras at New Orleans, on their return trip from the south, going to Galveston, Tex., by the way of Sebin

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Pass, Port Arthur and through Hot Springs, Ark. ____________________________________________________________________ From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Wednesday, 8 October 1947, page 10. Mrs. Ada McMillin of Grawn, Letty Marvin of Traverse City and Harold Wells and son Jackie of Grawn have returned home from a trip to Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming. _____________________________________________________________________ Her parents sponsored her baptism. More About ADA LOUISE TRUDELL: Date born 2: April 14, 1889, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska Date born 3: May 14, 1889, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 1272 Baptism: July 28, 1889, Blessed Redeemer Church, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Charles R. Stroh1273,1274 Burial: August 11, 1971, Oakwood Cemetery, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan1275 Census: 1890, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 2: 1900, Genoa Indian School, Genoa Township, Nance County, Nebraska, page 7A Census 3: 1910, Bloomfield, Knox County, Nebraska, page 11B Census 4: 1920, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, South Dakota, page 4A Census 5: 1930, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, page 10B Graduation: Genoa Indian School, Genoa Township, Nance County, Nebraska Occupation: Bet. 1910 - 1920, Nurse in a Hospital 1276,1277 Residence: 1920, 1272 North Phillips Street, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, South Dakota1277 Residence 2: 1930, 605 South Division Street, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan 1278 Notes for BERT JUNE MCMILLIN: His Draft Registration Card lists him as tall, medium build, with brown eyes and dark hair. More About BERT JUNE MCMILLIN: Date born 2: May 08, 1884 1279 Census: 1920, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, South Dakota, page 4A Census 2: 1930, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, page 10B Draft Registration: September 12, 1918, Winner, Tripp County, South Dakota 1279 Occupation: September 12, 1918, Farmer, self employed1279 Occupation 2: 1930, Salesman, Chemicals1280 Residence: 1920, 1272 North Phillips Street, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, South Dakota1281 Residence 2: 1930, 605 South Division Street, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan 1282 Value of Home: 1930, $30001282 Marriage Notes for ADA TRUDELL and BERT MCMILLIN: From: "The Niobrara Tribune," Thursday, 1 January 1912, page 1. McMillin-Trudell B. J. McMillin and Miss Ida Louise Trudell were united in marriage at the home of the bride's parents five miles northwest of Winner, on Tuesday at high noon. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Walker and was witnessed by only a few relatives and intimate friends of the contracting parties. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Trudell and is a very attractive and accomplished young lady. The groom is a prominent young business man of Omaha, where the happy young couple will make their home. The Journal wishes to join with their many friends in wishing them a long and happy married life - Tripp County (Winner, S.D.) Journal. More About BERT MCMILLIN and ADA TRUDELL: Marriage: January 09, 1912, at the home of Levi Trudell, Tripp County, South Dakota 1282,1283 Child of ADA TRUDELL and BERT MCMILLIN is:
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29. EMILY JANE "CHUBB"3 TRUDELL (LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)1284,1285 was born July 17, 1891 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1286,1287,1288,1289,1290,1291,1292,1293 , and died September 10, 1974 in Grand Traverse Medical Care Facility, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan1294,1295,1296. She married (1) EARLWIN "EARL" FRAZIER 19111297. He was born December 10, 1891 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1298,1299,1300, and died March 05, 1942 in Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa. She married (2) RAYMOND GEORGE KNIGHT1301 August 15, 1925 in Kennebec, Lyman County, South Dakota1302,1303,1304. He was born September 24, 1892 in Jordan, Onondaga County, New York 1305,1306,1307, and died 19381308. Notes for EMILY JANE "CHUBB" TRUDELL: From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Tuesday, 10 September 1974, page 12. Emily Knight of 3318 Sleights Rd., Traverse City, died early this morning at Grand Traverse Medical Care Facility following and extended illness. She was 83 years old. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Donald (Violet) Carlson and Mrs. Harold (Geraldine) Wells, both of Traverse City, and Mrs. May Taylor of Tracy, Calif., a sister Mrs. Ralph (Christine) Hawkins of Pueblo, Colo.; a brother, David Trudell of Norfolk, Nebr.; 13 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceding her in death were her parents, Levi and Emily (Colombe) Trudell, three brothers and five sisters. Her husband, Raymond Knight,, died in 1938. Born July 17, 1891 in Nebraska, where she was reared, she moved with her parents when 16 years old to South Dakota. She and Mr. Knight were married there in 1925. They moved to Traverse City in 1934. Employed at several dry cleaning establishments, Mrs. Knight sewed for a hobby. Fr. Edwin Frederick of All Faiths Chapel in the Traverse City State Hospital will officiate a the services to be conducted from the Hibbard Funeral Chapel Thursday at 10 a.m. Friends may call at the chapel. ____________________________________________________________________ From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Wednesday, 18 April 1945, page 5. Mrs. Emily Knight has returned to her home at Grawn after a six months trip to California. ____________________________________________________________________ From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Tuesday, 27 May 1947, page 13. Mrs. Emily Knight returned to Grawn last week from a trip to Oregon where she visited with a brother. ____________________________________________________________________ Her parents and Cecilia Wilson sponsored her baptism. More About EMILY JANE "CHUBB" TRUDELL: Date born 2: 1892, South Dakota1309 Baptism: July 19, 1891, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Charles R. Stroh1310,1311 Census: 1900, Genoa Indian School, Genoa Township, Nance County, Nebraska, page 7A Census 2: 1920, Elliston Township, Gregory County, South Dakota, page 7A Census 3: 1930, Hotsprings, Fall River County, South Dakota, page 2A Confirmation: June 30, 1907, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1312 Graduation: Genoa Indian School, Genoa Township, Nance County, Nebraska Residence: August 15, 1925, Norris, Mellette County, South Dakota1313 Residence 2: 1930, Jennings Avenue, Hotsprings, Fall River County, South Dakota Residence 3: September 10, 1974, 3318 Sleights Road, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan 1314 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Michigan1315 Social Security Number: 370-03-85171315 Notes for EARLWIN "EARL" FRAZIER: The 1930 Census lists him as 1/2 Santee Sioux. He married second, Mildred, and had children Rachel and Pamona. According to his Draft Registration Card of 5 June 1917 he was medium height, medium build, with brown

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eyes and black hair. More About EARLWIN "EARL" FRAZIER: Burial: Congretional Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska Cause of Death: Run over by a train Census: 1920, Elliston Township, Gregory County, South Dakota, page 7A Census 2: 1930, Township 38, Range 32, Todd County, South Dakota, page 1A Draft Registration: June 05, 1917, Clearfield, Todd County, South Dakota 1316 Occupation: June 05, 1917, Farmer 1316 Occupation 2: 1920, Farmer1317 Occupation 3: 1930, Congretational Minister 1318 Rent: 1930, $6 per month1318 Son of: Charlie Frazier Marriage Notes for EMILY TRUDELL and EARLWIN FRAZIER: [sweet3.FBC.FTW] Emily and Earl were divorced and both remarried about 1926. More About EARLWIN FRAZIER and EMILY TRUDELL: Marriage: 19111319 Notes for RAYMOND GEORGE KNIGHT: His Draft Registration Card lists him as medium height, slender build, with blued eyes and brown hair. More About RAYMOND GEORGE KNIGHT: Census: 1930, Hotsprings, Fall River County, South Dakota, page 2A Draft Registration: June 05, 1917, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa1320 Military service: World War I1321 Occupation: June 05, 1917, unemployed1322 Occupation 2: 1930, Cook1323 Rent: 1930, $20 per month1323 Residence: June 05, 1917, Cooper Hotel on 3rd Street, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa 1324 Residence 2: August 15, 1925, Presho, Lyman County, South Dakota1325 Residence 3: 1930, Jennings Avenue, Hotsprings, Fall River County, South Dakota1326 More About RAYMOND KNIGHT and EMILY TRUDELL: Marriage: August 15, 1925, Kennebec, Lyman County, South Dakota1326,1327,1328 Married by: A. V. Hall, Justice of the Peace 1329 Children of EMILY TRUDELL and EARLWIN FRAZIER are:
i. MELVIN MERRILL4 FRAZIER, b. August 29, 1912; d. February 22, 1913. More About MELVIN MERRILL FRAZIER: Burial: Colome Cemetery, Colome, Tripp County, South Dakota ii. MOLLY FRAZIER, b. 1913, South Dakota 1330; d. Aft. 1920. More About MOLLY FRAZIER: Census: 1920, Elliston Township, Gregory County, South Dakota, page 7A 84. 85. iii. iv. v. VIOLET THEO FRAZIER, b. November 07, 1913, Nebraska; d. August 19, 1987, Munson Medical Center, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. GLADYS MAE FRAZIER, b. May 01, 1916, Clearfield, South Dakota; d. December 09, 1990, Tracy, San Joaquin County, California. FLORENCE HANNAH FRAZIER, b. July 18, 1918, Bonesteel, Gregory County, South Dakota 1331,1332; d. Aft. 1920. Notes for FLORENCE HANNAH FRAZIER: Her baptism was sponsored by Levi M. Rouillard, Cora Rouillard, and Lucy Wright.

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More About FLORENCE HANNAH FRAZIER: Baptism: February 09, 1919, All Saints Chapel, Rosebud, Todd County, South Dakota, performed by William Holmes1333 Census: 1920, Elliston Township, Gregory County, South Dakota, page 7A 86. vi. GERALDINE FAITH FRAZIER, b. January 30, 1922, Winner, Tripp County, South Dakota; d. March 26, 2003, Munson Medical Center, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.

30. LEVI FRANCIS3 TRUDELL (LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)1334 was born August 22, 1893 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1335,1336,1337, and died May 10, 1957 in Albany, Linn County, Oregon1338,1339. He married ANNA "ANNIE" STANDINGBEAR TACKETT October 01, 1915 in Winner, Tripp County, South Dakota1340. She was born May 09, 19011341, and died March 14, 1962 in Lane County, Oregon 1341. Notes for LEVI FRANCIS TRUDELL: From: "Albany Democrat Herald," Sunday, 12 May 1957. TRUDELL, Levi Francis, 63, died May 10. He is survived by his wife, Anna Tackett Trudell; children Ted Trudell of Lebanon, Miner (?) Trudell of Eugene, Mrs. Bernadine Budlong of Albany, 1 brother, Dave Trudell of Grawn, Michigan, Mrs. Ada McMillan of Watkins, Iowa, Mrs. Emily Knight of Grawn, Michigan, Mrs. Ralph Hawkins of Pueblo, Colorado and 16 grandchildren. Funeral will be at St. Peters Episcopal Church Tuesday, May 14 at 10:30 a.m. Arrangements are in charge of the Fisher Funeral Home. Interment in Twin Oaks Memorial Gardens. _______________________________________________________________ According to his Draft Registration Card of 5 June 1917 he was medium height, medium build, with brown eyes and black hair. It mentions that he had his jaw broken 6 years ago and his hand broken 2 years ago. His baptism was sponsored by William Saul and Mary Brown. More About LEVI FRANCIS TRUDELL: Date born 2: August 22, 1891, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska 1342 Date born 3: 1900, Nebraska1343 Baptism: September 19, 1893, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Luke C. Walker1344,1345 Burial: May 14, 1957, Twin Oaks Memorial Gardens, Linn County, Oregon1346 Census: 1910, Ideal, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 12A Draft Registration: June 05, 1917, Carter, Tripp County, South Dakota 1347 Occupation: June 05, 1917, Farmer 1347 Residence: October 01, 1915, Carter, Tripp County, South Dakota1348 Tribe: Half Blood Sioux1349 More About ANNA "ANNIE" STANDINGBEAR TACKETT: Date born 2: Abt. 1895 1350 Residence: October 01, 1915, Valentine, Cherry County, Nebraska 1350 More About LEVI TRUDELL and ANNA TACKETT: Marriage: October 01, 1915, Winner, Tripp County, South Dakota1350 Married by: L. B. Callauder, Judge 1350 Children of LEVI TRUDELL and ANNA TACKETT are:
87. i. ii. iii. THEODORE DERWARD "TED"4 TRUDELL, b. October 08, 1918, Winner, Tripp County, South Dakota; d. December 15, 1987, Salem, Marion County, Oregon. DONALDA LILLIAN TRUDELL, b. 1920; d. March 13, 1924. MINOR VINE TRUDELL, b. October 21, 19211351; d. July 23, 1997, Junction City, Lane County, Oregon 1351; m. BEATRICE; b. April 23, 1923. More About MINOR VINE TRUDELL: Burial: West Lawn Memorial Park, Eugene, Lane County, Oregon, Section "Jacob," Row 3 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Montana1351 Social Security Number: 517-07-9039 1351

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31. ANDREW DAVID "DAVE"3 TRUDELL (LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born May 26, 1899 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1352,1353,1354,1355,1356, and died April 1986 in Norfolk, Madison County, Nebraska1357. He married ROSE CLARA SCHROEDER February 10, 1923 in Witten, Tripp County, South Dakota1358. She was born Abt. 19021358. Notes for ANDREW DAVID "DAVE" TRUDELL: Under the Special Inquiries Relating to Indian section of the 1910 Census he is listed as 1/2 Indian, belonging to the Sioux tribe, father Sioux, mother Sioux. According to his Draft Registration Card he was tall, slender build, with dark brown eyes and brown hair. His baptism was sponsored by his father, Charles Jones and Rebecca Holmes. More About ANDREW DAVID "DAVE" TRUDELL: Date born 2: 1897, Nebraska1359 Baptism: July 30, 1899, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes1360,1361 Census: 1910, Ideal, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 12A Census 2: 1920, Township 100, Range 77, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 3A Draft Registration: September 12, 1918, Carter, Tripp County, South Dakota 1362 Occupation: September 12, 1918, Farmer 1362 Occupation 2: 1920, Farm Laborer 1363 Residence: February 10, 1923, Winner, Tripp County, South Dakota 1364 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Nebraska 1365 Social Security Number: 506-10-36711365 Tribe: Half Blood Sioux1366 Tribe 2: 3/8 Indian1367 More About ROSE CLARA SCHROEDER: Residence: February 10, 1923, Winner, Tripp County, South Dakota 1367 More About ANDREW TRUDELL and ROSE SCHROEDER: Marriage: February 10, 1923, Witten, Tripp County, South Dakota 1367 Married by: James Joseph McCloud, Catholic Priest 1367 Children of ANDREW TRUDELL and ROSE SCHROEDER are:
i. ii. 89. 90. iii. iv. HENRY LEVI4 TRUDELL, b. November 13, 1923. JOHN RAYMOND TRUDELL, b. October 03, 1925, South Dakota; d. January 27, 1926, Tripp County, South Dakota. EMILY JANE TRUDELL, b. June 01, 1935. DAVID J. TRUDELL, b. December 24, 1940.

32. JULIA EMILY HAPSTIN3 TRUDELL (ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born August 06, 1889 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1368,1369,1370,1371,1372,1373 , and died Aft. 1930. She married H ARRY P. BRANDON May 02, 1911 in Winner, Tripp County, South Dakota 1374, son of W ILLIAM BRANDON and JOSEPHINE COLOMBE. He was born March 19, 1891 in South Dakota, and died November 1969. Notes for JULIA EMILY HAPSTIN TRUDELL: Her parents and Mrs. Nancy Ross sponsored her baptism. The 1910 Census lists her as 1/4 Santee Indian. More About JULIA EMILY HAPSTIN TRUDELL: Date born 2: 1888, Nebraska1375

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Date born 3: 18901376,1377 Baptism: November 03, 1889, Church of Our Most Merciful Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Charles R. Stroh1378,1379 Census: 1890, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 2: 1910, Hill Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B Census 3: 1920, Wilson, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 8A Census 4: 1930, Township 37, Range 30, Todd County, South Dakota, page 5A Tribe: Mixed Blood Santee Sioux1380 More About HARRY P. BRANDON: Date born 2: 1889, South Dakota1381 Date born 3: 1890, South Dakota1382,1383,1384 Census: 1920, Wilson, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 8A Census 2: 1930, Township 37, Range 30, Todd County, South Dakota, page 5A Occupation: 1920, Mechanical Engineer in a Repair Shop 1385 Occupation 2: 1930, Truck Driver, Mission School1386 Tribe: Mixed Blood Rosebud Sioux 1386 More About HARRY BRANDON and JULIA TRUDELL: Marriage: May 02, 1911, Winner, Tripp County, South Dakota 1387 Marriage 2: November 06, 1911, Winner, Tripp County, South Dakota 1388 Married by: L. B. Callender, County Judge1389 Married by 2: U. S. Crowder, Minister1390 Children of JULIA TRUDELL and HARRY BRANDON are:
91. 92. i. ii. iii. IONA ALVINA4 BRANDON, b. 1912, South Dakota. WILMA T. BRANDON, b. April 1913, South Dakota; d. November 28, 1971, Marion County, Oregon. ROSA BRANDON, b. 1914, South Dakota 1391,1392. More About ROSA BRANDON: Census: 1920, Wilson, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 8A Census 2: 1930, Township 37, Range 30, Todd County, South Dakota, page 5A 93. 94. iv. v. vi. OPAL VELMA BRANDON, b. 1915, South Dakota. IMELDA HAZEL BRANDON, b. March 16, 1922, Winner, Tripp County, South Dakota. GABRIEL ANTHONY BRANDON, b. November 18, 1925, South Dakota 1392. More About GABRIEL ANTHONY BRANDON: Census: 1930, Township 37, Range 30, Todd County, South Dakota, page 5A

33. REBECCA3 TRUDELL (ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born August 26, 1893 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1393,1394,1395,1396,1397,1398,1399, and died November 05, 1918 in Nebraska 1400. She married (2) FRANK VIVIER 1912. He was born 1891 1401, and died October 20, 1918 in Nebraska1401. Notes for REBECCA TRUDELL: The 1910 Census lists her as 1/4 Santee Indian. More About REBECCA TRUDELL: Baptism: October 27, 1893, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Smith Robinson1402,1403 Burial: Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1404 Census: 1900, Santee Government Boarding School, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, page 9A Census 2: 1910, Hill Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B Confirmation: June 28, 1908, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1405 School: Santee Government Boarding School, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1406 More About FRANK VIVIER: Burial: Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1407 Son of: Joseph Vivier and Sarah Saice More About FRANK VIVIER and REBECCA TRUDELL:

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Marriage: 1912 Child of REBECCA TRUDELL is:
i. VIVIAN MARIE4 TRUDELL, b. July 21, 1909, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 1408; d. January 17, 1910, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1409. Notes for VIVIAN MARIE TRUDELL: Her baptism was sponsored by her grandfather, Antoine Trudell, Mrs. William Holmes and Mrs. Oscar Payne. More About VIVIAN MARIE TRUDELL: Baptism: January 05, 1910, At the home of Antoine Trudell, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes1410 Burial: January 18, 1910 Cause of Death: Pneumonia1411

Children of REBECCA TRUDELL and FRANK VIVIER are:
ii. CARL A.4 VIVIER, b. February 16, 1913, South Dakota1412; d. October 21, 1931. Notes for CARL A. VIVIER: When the 1920 census was taken he was living with his grandfather, Antoine Trudell, and was listed as Carl Trudell. More About CARL A. VIVIER: Census: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B 95. iii. iv. JOSEPH FRANCIS "JOE" VIVIER, b. June 02, 1914, Nebraska; d. June 1967, Boise, Ada County, Idaho. PAUL E. VIVIER, b. 1916, Nebraska1412. Notes for PAUL E. VIVIER: When the 1920 census was taken he was living with his grandfather, Antoine Trudell, and was listed as Paul Trudell. More About PAUL E. VIVIER: Census: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B 96. v. EVELYN SELMA VIVIER, b. May 14, 1917, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. July 05, 2004, Seattle, King County, Washington.

34. JOHN EDWARD3 TRUDELL (ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born May 20, 1903 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1413,1414,1415,1416,1417, and died March 03, 1988 in Saint Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota1418. He married CECILIA BERNICE DOOLEY October 01, 1926 in Knox County, Nebraska 1419,1420. She was born June 12, 1910 in Westmoreland, Kansas1421,1422,1423, and died July 30, 2001 in Saint Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota1424. Notes for JOHN EDWARD TRUDELL: His baptism was sponsored by John E. Tackett, his father, and Mary Faribault. The 1910 Census lists him as 1/4 Santee Indian. More About JOHN EDWARD TRUDELL: Date born 2: May 27, 1903, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 1425,1426 Died 2: January 14, 1988, Saint Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota Baptism: August 02, 1903, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes1427,1428 Census: 1910, Hill Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B Census 2: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B Census 3: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 4A Occupation: 1930, Common Laborer, Odd Jobs1429 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Nebraska 1430 Social Security Number: 508-03-5903 1430 Tribe: Mixed-Blood Sioux1431

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Value of Home: 1930, $4001431 More About CECILIA BERNICE DOOLEY: Census: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 4A Daughter of: William A. Dooley and Lavina Park1432 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Nebraska 1433 Social Security Number: 505-24-7629 1433 More About JOHN TRUDELL and CECILIA DOOLEY: Marriage: October 01, 1926, Knox County, Nebraska 1434,1435 Children of JOHN TRUDELL and CECILIA DOOLEY are:
i. ANTOINE WILLIAM4 TRUDELL, b. December 10, 1930, Nebraska 1436; d. July 21, 1973, St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota1436; m. EDITH B. PRESTON, December 07, 1964, Washington County, Minnesota; b. 1927. More About ANTOINE WILLIAM TRUDELL: Burial: July 24, 1973, Fort Snelling National Cemetery, Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota, Section N, Site 4837 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Iowa1436 Social Security Number: 483-22-4365 1436 More About ANTOINE TRUDELL and EDITH PRESTON: Marriage: December 07, 1964, Washington County, Minnesota 97. ii. iii. MARTIN EDWARD TRUDELL, b. October 18, 1934. DANIEL G. TRUDELL, b. 1936.

35. FRANCES IRENE3 TRUDELL (ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born December 29, 1904 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1437,1438,1439,1440,1441, and died July 15, 1996 in Salem, Marion County, Oregon1442. She married FRANCIS LESLIE "FRANK" BACON Abt. 19281443. He was born 1908 in Nebraska1444,1445, and died October 23, 1969 in Marion County, Oregon. Notes for FRANCES IRENE TRUDELL: The 1910 Census lists her as 1/4 Santee Indian. Her baptism was sponsored by her parents and Rebecca Holmes. Her second baptism 13 October 1915 was witnessed by Napoleon Wabashaw. More About FRANCES IRENE TRUDELL: Baptism: March 08, 1907, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes1446 Baptism 2: October 13, 1915, St. William Church, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska, by Rev. Henry Westropp, S.J.1447 Burial: City View Cemetery, Salem, Marion County, Oregon1448 Census: 1910, Hill Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B Census 2: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 4A Occupation: Food Service, Country Clubs1448 Residence: 1996, 4515 Sunnyside Road, Salem, Marion County, Oregon1448 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Oregon 1449 Social Security Number: 541-28-3125 1449,1450 Tribe: Mixed-Blood Sioux1451 More About FRANCIS LESLIE "FRANK" BACON: Census: 1910, Lost Creek Township, Platte County, Nebraska, page 144B Census 2: 1920, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska, page 6B Census 3: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 4A Military service: Cpl, U.S. Army Occupation: 1930, Farmer1451

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Son of: Ira Eugene Bacon and Letah1452,1453 More About FRANCIS BACON and FRANCES TRUDELL: Marriage: Abt. 19281454 Children of FRANCES TRUDELL and FRANCIS BACON are:
i. FRANCIS LOWELL "BUD"4 BACON, b. August 18, 19331455; d. November 03, 1996, Amity, Yamhill County, Oregon1455; m. ANNA. More About FRANCIS LOWELL "BUD" BACON: Burial: Amity Cemetery, Amity, Yamhill County, Oregon Military service: Cpl., U.S. Army Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Oregon 1455 Social Security Number: 540-34-9563 1455 98. ii. iii. iv. v. GRACE MARIE BACON, b. May 29, 1936. FRANKIE CHARLES BACON, b. Bet. 1936 - 1942. MARGARET ELAINE BACON, b. February. KATHLEEN ANN BACON, b. December 10, 1942.

36. LUELLA BELL3 TRUDELL (ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born February 04, 1907 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1456,1457,1458,1459,1460, and died October 25, 1996 in Lynch, Boyd County, Nebraska1461. She married CLARENCE NOLAN CARSON February 19, 1927 in First Methodist Church, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota1462,1463. He was born January 08, 1895 in Ambrosia, Mason County, West Virginia1464, and died August 25, 1976 in Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska1465. Notes for LUELLA BELL TRUDELL: The 1910 Census lists her as 1/4 Santee Indian. Her parents and Rebecca Holmes sponsored her baptism. More About LUELLA BELL TRUDELL: Baptism: March 08, 1907, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes1466 Burial: L'Eau Qui Court Cemetery, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska Census: 1910, Hill Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B Census 2: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 4A Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bet. 1952 - 1953, Nebraska 1467 Social Security Number: 508-40-90241467 Notes for CLARENCE NOLAN CARSON: NIOBRARA PIONEER DEAD AT 82 Funeral services for Clarence N. Carson, 82, of Niobrara were conducted at 10:30 a.m. Monday, August 30, 1976, at the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Niobrara. Rev. Lloyd Anderson officiated. The Double Eagle Chorus of Yankton accompanied by Miss Celine Schmidt furnished the musical selections: "Lord's Prayer", "Life's Railway to Heaven", and "Battle Hymn of the Republic". Honorary Pallbearers included Walter Hill, Harley Eberly, Claude Canaday, Jimmy Robinette, Wilfred Hill, William Mayberry, Jerome Robinette and Arthur Whitney. Active Pallbearers included Howard Mayberry, Walter Sonnichsen, Robert Uhing, Gene Jessen, Donald Benson, and Robert Harm. Burial was in the L'Eau Qui Court Cemetery, Niobrara under direction of the Jones Funeral Home. Military Rites were provided by the Brenner Lawrence Post No. 4834 of Niobrara and the David R. Morgan Post No. 223 of Verdel, Neb. CLARENCE NOLAN CARSON, son of Benjamin Rush and Rebecca Smith Carson was born Jan. 8, 1894 at Ambrosia in Mason County, West Virginia. He was the youngest of ten children. He died Aug. 25 at his home in Niobrara. As a young man, Clarence worked with his father in his sawmill and later he worked on the New York Central Railroad near Columbus, Ohio. In 1912, at the age of 18, he came to Nebraska where he began his lifelong occupation as a farmer near Santee, Nebraska. HE WAS CALLED to the service of his country and was inducted into the United States Army Nov. 26,

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1917. He served with Headquarters Company, 134th Infantry Division at Camp Cody, Deming, New Mexico. After returning to his home, he was appointed and commissioned by Governor Keith Neville of Nebraska to serve two years as Captain of the Home Guard at Santee. On Feb. 19, 1927, he married Luella Bell Trudell in the First Methodist Church at Yankton. Six children were born to this union, five daughters: Rebecca Clare (Mrs. Clarence Whitney), St. Helens, Ore., Cathrine Jewel (Mrs. Frank Matejcek), Lynch, Neb., Doris May (Mrs. Ernest Darnell) of Detroit, Mich., Luanne Virginia (Mrs. Jay Eberly) of Hanover Park, Ill., Carolyn Lee (Mrs. Jack Backer) of Bloomington, Ind; and son Clarence Nolan Jr. of Bloomfield, Neb. Clarence maintained an interest and participation in the American Legion, the Township Board, Board of Education of Santee, and the Knox County ASCS Program until ill health forced him to retire from active participation. HE WAS AN ordained Elder in the Presbyterian Church and he served one term as ruling Elder in the Niobrara Presbyterian Church. He was a gentle, loving and understanding husband, father and grandfather. All who knew him felt the love and compassion that were in his heart. He really "cared". Clarence was a strong man. His deep concern for the lonely and distressed was known by all. He was preceded in death by his parents, one grandson, one great granddaughter, seven sisters and two brothers. Left to mourn his passing are his beloved wife Luella, his children, 18 grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren, nephews and neices, many friends. __________________________________________________________________________ His Draft Registration Card lists him as medium height, stout build, with gray-blue eyes and dark brown hair. More About CLARENCE NOLAN CARSON: Date born 2: January 08, 1894, West Virginia1468,1469 Date born 3: 1898, West Virginia1470 Burial: August 30, 1976, L'Eau Qui Court Cemetery, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska Census: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 4A Draft Registration: June 05, 1917, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1471 Military service: World War I, Headquarters Company, 134th Infantry Division1472 Occupation: June 05, 1917, Farming, self employed1473 Occupation 2: 1930, Farmer1474 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: 1955, Nebraska 1475 Social Security Number: 508-46-45811475 Son of: Benjamin Rush Carson and Rebecca Smith More About CLARENCE CARSON and LUELLA TRUDELL: Marriage: February 19, 1927, First Methodist Church, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota1476,1477 Married by: William P. Slocum, M. E. Minister1478 Children of LUELLA TRUDELL and CLARENCE CARSON are:
99. 100. i. ii. iii. iv. REBECCA CLARE4 CARSON, b. December 03, 1927, Nebraska. CATHERINE JEWEL CARSON, b. January 20, 1929, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. DORIS MAY CARSON, b. October 14, 1930; m. E RNEST DARNELL; b. 1924, Nebraska. LUANNE VIRGINIA CARSON, m. JAY D. EBERLY; b. January 25, 1935; d. July 23, 1999. More About JAY D. EBERLY: Burial: L'Eau Qui Court Cemetery, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska 101. 102. v. vi. CAROLYN LEE CARSON. CLARENCE NOLAN "BUD" CARSON, b. December 15, 1936; d. February 04, 2000, Avera McKennan Hospice, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, South Dakota.

37. MARTIN CLIFFORD3 TRUDELL (ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born October 13, 1909 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1479,1480, and died January 19, 1994 in Casa De Paz Nursing Home, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa1481. He married (1) CORA A. MITCHELL July 14, 1934 in Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota1482. She was born August 12, 1895 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1483,1484, and died October 10, 1965 in Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa1485. He married (2) CATHERINE MOREAU TRIPP

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January 14, 1967 in South Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa. She was born July 09, 19211485, and died March 24, 1993 in Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa1485. Notes for MARTIN CLIFFORD TRUDELL: RITES SAID FOR MARTIN TRUDELL Martin C. Trudell, 85, Sioux City, Ia, died Wednesday, January 19, 1994, at Casa De Paz Nursing Home after an extended illness. Services were held at 11 a.m. Saturday at Meyer Brothers Colonial Chapel in Sioux City with the Rev. David A. Hamann, associate pastor of Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, officiating. Mr. Trudell was born October 13, 1908, in Santee, NE, the son of Antoine and Katherine (DeRaad) Trudell. He learned carpenter skills at St. Francis Catholic School in South Dakota (from a skilled Jesuit Priest). He married Cora A. Mitchell July 14, 1934, in Yankton, SD. She died October 10, 1965 in Sioux City. He married Catherine Moreau Tripp January 14, 1967, in South Sioux City. She died March 24, 1993 in Sioux City. Prior to December 7, 1941, he was with a military base construction crew at Johnston Island near Hawaii. He returned to Nebraska just prior to the attack on Pearl Harbor. After the attack, he moved to Vanport City, near Portland, OR, where he was employed with Kaiser Shipping Yards. He moved to Sioux City in 1945. A carpenter his entire working life, he was employed at McFarland Construction at the time of his retirement. Mr. Trudell was a member of Carpenters Union Local 948, International Rifle Association and Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church. Survivors include a daughter, Adele and her husband, Mark LaVelle of Sioux City; two sisters, Frances Bacon of Salem, OR; and Louella Carson of Niobrara, NE; a brother, Valentine and his wife, Louise Trudell of Sioux City; six grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and a number of nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by brother, John Trudell; and two sisters, Hannah Crosley and Margaret Trudell. Pallbearers were Jon Gilbert. __________________________________________________________________ SECURES WORK IN HAWAII Martin Trudell left Tuesday, April 22 for Omaha where he will report to the Waterway Construction Company. He plans to sign a years contract with the Company as a carpenter for service on building construcion in Pearl Harbor, Territory of Hawaii. Mr. Trudell, who received his training in St. Frances Vocational School at Flandreau, S. D., has had four years experience in cabinet making and regular carpentry work. We are informed he will receive a $200 monthly salary on a 44 hour work week basis, with substantial overtime work payment possibilities. Mr. Trudell's family will remain here while he is employed in the Islands.

More About MARTIN CLIFFORD TRUDELL: Date born 2: October 13, 1908, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 1486,1487,1488,1489 Baptism: January 29, 1911, Blessed Redeemer Church, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Saul1490 Census: 1910, Hill Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B Census 2: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B Census 3: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 3A Occupation: 1930, Laborer, Odd Jobs1491 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, South Dakota 1492 Social Security Number: 505-12-05161492 Tribe: 1/4 Santee Sioux1493 More About CORA A. MITCHELL: Date born 2: 1899, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 1494 Census: 1930, Spade Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2A Daughter of: Vines Mitchell and Eliza Occupation: 1930, Store Clerk1495 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Oregon 1496 Social Security Number: 542-28-6484 1496 Tribe: Mixed-Blood Sioux1497 More About MARTIN TRUDELL and CORA MITCHELL:

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Marriage: July 14, 1934, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota1498 Married by: Virgil D. Boyles, County Judge1498 More About CATHERINE MOREAU TRIPP: Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Iowa1499 Social Security Number: 481-12-8033 1499 More About MARTIN TRUDELL and CATHERINE TRIPP: Marriage: January 14, 1967, South Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa Child of MARTIN TRUDELL and CORA MITCHELL is:
103. i. ADELE I.4 TRUDELL, b. May 04, 1933.

38. HANNAH MAY3 TRUDELL (ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born October 16, 1910 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1500, and died August 17, 1989 in Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa1501. She married GEORGE WILLIAM CROSLEY November 27, 1929 in Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota1502,1503. He was born July 03, 1905 in Cestos, Dewey County, Oklahoma1504, and died September 14, 1988 in Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa1504. Notes for HANNAH MAY TRUDELL: Her baptism was sponsored by Frank Vivier, Julia Trudell and her mother. More About HANNAH MAY TRUDELL: Date born 2: October 16, 1911, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 1504,1505 Baptism: April 16, 1911, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes1506 Census: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 1A Soc. Sec. Card Issued: 1970, Nebraska 1507 Social Security Number: 508-76-7597 1507 More About GEORGE WILLIAM CROSLEY: Date born 2: 1906, Oklahoma 1508 Census: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 1A Occupation: 1930, Farmer1508 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: 1954, Nebraska 1509 Social Security Number: 506-44-4823 1509 Son of: George Washington Crosley and Etta Mae Gilpin More About GEORGE CROSLEY and HANNAH TRUDELL: Marriage: November 27, 1929, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota1510,1511 Married by: Fred N. Whiting, County Judge1512 Children of HANNAH TRUDELL and GEORGE CROSLEY are:
104. i. ii. JOHN W.4 CROSLEY, b. 1931, Nebraska. PHYLLIS LORAINE CROSLEY, b. October 31, 1933; m. LEO FRANK STICKNEY; b. June 08, 1923, Iowa. More About LEO FRANK STICKNEY: Son of: Frank Stickney 105. iii. iv. CARL VERNON CROSLEY, b. August 05, 1935, Nebraska. BETTY ANNE CROSLEY, b. 1937; m. DALE B. WARREN, November 1957, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska. More About DALE B. WARREN: Son of: Lee Warren More About DALE WARREN and BETTY CROSLEY: Marriage: November 1957, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska 106. v. ROBERT CROSLEY, b. Abt. 1944.

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39. VALENTINE "VALLIE"3 TRUDELL (ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born July 19, 1913 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1513,1514,1515,1516, and died August 28, 1996 in Sioux City Hospital, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa1516,1517. He married LOUISE REBECCA CAMPBELL1517 February 27, 1937 in Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota1518,1519. She was born April 30, 1913 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1520,1521,1522,1523, and died May 16, 2002 in Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa1524,1525. Notes for VALENTINE "VALLIE" TRUDELL: RITES SAID FOR SANTEE AREA NATIVE Valentine Trudell, 83, Sioux City, IA, died Wednesday, August 28, 1996, at a Sioux City hospital following an extended illness. Services were at Meyer Brothers Colonial Chapel with the Rev. Marvin J. Boes officiating. Burial was in Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were John, Carl and Robert Crosley, Paul Rosene, Donald Hauge and Jack Berg. Mr. Trudell was born July 19, 1913 in Santee, NE, the son of Antoine and Katherine (DeRaad) Trudell. He attended school in South Dakota where he learned his carpenter skills. He married Louise R. Campbell February 27, 1937 in Yankton. The couple moved to Sioux City in 1945. He was employed with Klinger Construction as a carpenter for several years and later with McFarland Construction. He was a member of St. Boniface Catholic Church and a past member of the Carpenter's Union Local 948. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. Survivors include his wife; four daughters, Alma and her husband, James Stanton of Sioux City; Mary and her husband, Paul Rosene of McCook Lake, SD; Doris Sandbulte of Sioux City; and Valetta and her husband, Donald Hauge of Sioux City; a sister, Luella Carson of Niobrara; 13 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by two brothers, John and Martin Trudell; three sisters, Frances Bacon, Hannah Crosley and Margaret Trudell; and a great-granddaughter Amber Lynn Gleiser. More About VALENTINE "VALLIE" TRUDELL: Census: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B Census 2: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 3A Military service: World War II, U. S. Navy Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Nebraska 1526 Social Security Number: 508-07-53911526 Notes for LOUISE REBECCA CAMPBELL: From: "Sioux City Journal," Sioux City, IA, 18 May 2002. Louise R. Trudell, 89, of Sioux City died Thursday, May 16, 2002, at a Sioux City hospital following a brief illness. Services will be 10 a.m. today at Meyer Brothers Colonial Chapel, with the Rev. Marvin J. Boes officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Visitation will be 8:30 a.m. until service time today at the funeral home. Mrs. Trudell was born April 30, 1913, in Santee, Neb., the daughter of Mary Campbell. She graduated from Santee Normal Training School in Santee. She married Valentine Trudell on Feb. 27, 1937, in Yankton, S.D. The couple moved to Sioux City in 1945. She was employed with Goodwill Industries for several years, Sioux City American Indian Center and the Villa Bingo. Mr. Trudell died Aug. 28, 1996, in Sioux City. She was a member of St. Boniface Catholic Church, Goodwill Auxiliary, Iowa State Extension Services and served on the board for the NAATP. She enjoyed playing the piano, crossword puzzles and her family. Survivors include four daughters, Alma Gleiser of Sioux City, Mary and her husband, Paul Rosene of McCook Lake, S.D., Doris Sandbulte of Sioux City, and Valetta and her husband, Donald Hauge of Sioux City; a half sister; 13 grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by a great-granddaughter, Amber Lynn Gleiser. Pallbearers will be Darin and Doug Berg, Ed, Ray and Ray Campbell II, Larry, Rick and Ron Gleiser and David and Steve Hauge. Honorary pallbearers will be Kristi Hauge, Stacey (Hauge) Tanner, Terri Roehrich and Pam Heckart. ________________________________________________________________

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Her baptism was sponsored by her father, Mary Faribault, and Rebecca Holmes. More About LOUISE REBECCA CAMPBELL: Baptism: June 01, 1913, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes1527 Burial: Memorial Park Cemetery Daughter of: Ellis Campbell and Mary E.1527 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Nebraska 1528 Social Security Number: 508-18-24311528 More About VALENTINE TRUDELL and LOUISE CAMPBELL: Marriage: February 27, 1937, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota1529,1530 Married by: Virgil D. Boyles, County Judge1531 Children of VALENTINE TRUDELL and LOUISE CAMPBELL are:
109. 110. i. ii. iii. ALMA ANN4 TRUDELL. MARY LOUISE TRUDELL, b. February 23, 1939. DORIS ELAINE TRUDELL, b. May 27, 1940, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 1532; m. UNKNOWN SANDBULTE. Notes for DORIS ELAINE TRUDELL: Her baptism was sponsored by Virginia Reed, Violet James, and Joseph St. Clair. More About DORIS ELAINE TRUDELL: Baptism: November 03, 1940, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Walter V. Reed1532 111. iv. VALETTA MARIE TRUDELL, b. February 08, 1943.

Generation No. 4 40. GRACE LOTTIE4 KITTO (LUCY HINAPEWIN3 TRUDELL, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born April 05, 1893 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1533,1534,1535,1536,1537, and died July 15, 1916 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1538,1539. She married HOWARD REDWING January 15, 1913 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1540. He was born February 07, 1890 in Knox County, Nebraska1541,1542,1543, and died January 21, 1975 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1544. Notes for GRACE LOTTIE KITTO: Her baptism as sponsored by her parents and Cornelia D. Stroh. More About GRACE LOTTIE KITTO: Died 2: May 15, 1916 Baptism: June 04, 1893, Church of Our Most Merciful Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Charles R. Stroh1545 Burial: July 16, 1916 Cause of Death: Heart Failure1546 Census: 1900, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 18A Census 2: 1910, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2A Confirmation: December 21, 1913, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1547 Tribe: 1/2 Santee Sioux1548,1549 Notes for HOWARD REDWING: His Draft Registration Card lists him as Medium height, slender build, with brown eyes and black hair. More About HOWARD REDWING: Date born 2: February 08, 1889 1550 Census: 1890, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska Census 2: 1920, Union Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 4A Confirmation: December 21, 1913, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1551

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Draft Registration: June 05, 1917, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1552 Occupation: Bet. June 05, 1917 - 1920, Farming, self employed 1552,1553 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Nebraska 1554 Social Security Number: 507-10-13771554 Son of: Abraham Icadusmani Redwing and Emma Thompson More About HOWARD REDWING and GRACE KITTO: Marriage: January 15, 1913, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1555 Married by: William Holmes1555 Witnessed by: Joseph and Jane Johnson1555 Children of GRACE KITTO and HOWARD REDWING are:
112. 113. i. ii. iii. EDITH JUANITA5 REDWING, b. October 16, 1913, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. December 06, 1950, Charles Mix County, South Dakota. LAVERNE EMMA REDWING, b. March 13, 1915, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. January 21, 1973, Flandreau, Moody County, South Dakota. GRACE ADA REDWING, b. May 29, 1916, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 1556. Notes for GRACE ADA REDWING: Her baptism was sponsored by her father, Rebecca Holmes, and Nellie Kitto. More About GRACE ADA REDWING: Baptism: August 13, 1916, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes1556

41. NELLIE LAVERNE4 KITTO (LUCY HINAPEWIN3 TRUDELL, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born July 05, 1896 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1557,1558,1559,1560, and died November 11, 1985 in White River Health Care Center, White River, Mellette County, South Dakota. She married PETER D. DECORY Aft. June 05, 1917. He was born January 03, 1894 in Rosebud, Todd County, South Dakota 1561, and died May 13, 1941 in Wagner Indian Hospital, Wagner, Charles Mix County, South Dakota1562. Notes for NELLIE LAVERNE KITTO: Description: 5'2" over weight dark hair and brown eyes, quiet person. Her baptism was sponsored by her parents and Mary L. Young. She sponsored the baptism of Grace Ada Redwing, 13 August 1916. Nellie and her husband sponsored the baptism of Clifford Lyle McClan, 20 January 1921. Nellie and her husband sponsored the baptism of Fern Loretta Kitto, 13 June 1926. Nellie and her husband sponsored the baptism of Verma Gladys Godfrey, 11 July 1926. Nellie sponsored the baptism of Joanna Olive Gustafson, 9 August 1942. Nellie sponsored the baptism of Barbara Mae Chase, 12 December 1943. More About NELLIE LAVERNE KITTO: Baptism: August 16, 1896, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes1563,1564 Burial: Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska Cause of Death: Old age and Pancreaitis Census: 1900, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 18A Census 2: 1910, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2A Tribe: 1/2 Santee Sioux1565,1566 Notes for PETER D. DECORY: His Draft Registration Card lists him as tall, slender, with brown eyes and black hair.

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More About PETER D. DECORY: Burial: May 17, 1941, Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska Cause of Death: Heart trouble following operation1567 Draft Registration: June 05, 1917, Mission, Todd County, South Dakota 1568 Occupation: June 05, 1917, Farmer, working for the Federal Government, Rosebud Boarding School, Mission, South Dakota1568 Son of: John B. DeCory and Margaret Moran More About PETER DECORY and NELLIE KITTO: Marriage: Aft. June 05, 1917 Children of NELLIE KITTO and PETER DECORY are:
114. 115. i. ii. iii. EDNA ELENOR5 DECORY, b. May 18, 1918, South Dakota. UNKNOWN DECORY. BLANCHE AMELDA DECORY, b. March 09, 1920, Cheyenne River Sioux Indian Reservation, Eagle Butte, Ziebach County, South Dakota1569; d. March 29, 1998, VA Medical Center, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah1569; m. ROBERT ULMONT ROBERTSON, May 04, 1952; b. September 21, 1921 1569; d. November 25, 1991, Mission, Todd County, South Dakota1569. Notes for BLANCHE AMELDA DECORY: Description: 5"7" overweight, thick black hair, brown eyes, quiet reserved person. More About BLANCHE AMELDA DECORY: Burial: April 06, 1998, Black Hills National Cemetery, Sturgis, Meade County, South Dakota, Section G, Site 348-A Cause of Death: Aspiration from Metastasized endometrial cancer Military service: Bet. August 04, 1943 - November 16, 1945, Corporal, U. S. Army Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, South Dakota1569 Social Security Number: 504-05-3890 1569 Notes for ROBERT ULMONT ROBERTSON: Description: Medium build, dark hair, prematurely bald with a fringe, round dour looking face. More About ROBERT ULMONT ROBERTSON: Burial: November 27, 1991, Black Hills National Cemetery, Sturgis, Meade County, South Dakota, Section G, Site 348-A Military service: Bet. April 27, 1948 - April 03, 1952, Corporal, U. S. Army Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, South Dakota1569 Social Security Number: 503-14-4346 1569 More About ROBERT ROBERTSON and BLANCHE DECORY: Marriage: May 04, 1952 iv. KERMIT MELVIN DECORY, b. August 21, 1922, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 1570,1571; m. OLLIE ALMA GRAHAM, January 16, 1948, Rapid City, Pennington County, South Dakota 1572; b. March 03, 1924, Norris, Mellette County, South Dakota 1572; d. March 31, 1984, Highline Community Hospital, Seattle, King County, Washington. Notes for KERMIT MELVIN DECORY: His baptism was sponsored by Ray W. Holmes, William Whipple, and Rebecca Holmes. More About KERMIT MELVIN DECORY: Baptism: September 10, 1922, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes1573 More About OLLIE ALMA GRAHAM: Burial: Washington Memorial Park, Seattle, King County, Washington Cause of Death: Respiratory Failure, Chronic Obstructive pulmonary Disease. More About KERMIT DECORY and OLLIE GRAHAM: Marriage: January 16, 1948, Rapid City, Pennington County, South Dakota1574 Married by: Carl H. Loocke, Clergyman1574 116. v. OPAL ELIZABETH DECORY, b. January 07, 1925, South Dakota; d. March 1962, Vernal, Uintah County, Utah.

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42. IDA MARIE4 KITTO (LUCY HINAPEWIN3 TRUDELL, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born November 11, 1901 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1575,1576,1577,1578, and died June 1978. She married CLIFFORD MCCULLEN. Notes for IDA MARIE KITTO: Her parents and Ida Edna Holmes sponsored her baptism. More About IDA MARIE KITTO: Baptism: December 22, 1901, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes1579,1580 Census: 1910, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2A Census 2: 1920, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 1A Tribe: 1/2 Santee Sioux1581 Children of IDA KITTO and CLIFFORD MCCULLEN are:
i. CLIFFORD LYLE5 MCCULLEN, b. January 11, 1921, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 1582; d. April 12, 19451583. Notes for CLIFFORD LYLE MCCULLEN: His baptism was sponsored by Peter DeCory, Thomas H. Kitto, and Nellie DeCory. More About CLIFFORD LYLE MCCULLEN: Baptism: January 20, 1921, At the home of Thomas H. Kitto, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes1584 Burial: Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1585 Cause of Death: "Died in line of duty"1585 Residence: Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan1585 ii. ELAINE M. MCCULLEN, b. May 20, 1927.

43. WILFRED RAYMOND "RAY"4 KITTO (LUCY HINAPEWIN3 TRUDELL, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born August 02, 1909 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1586,1587,1588, and died August 01, 1959 in Yankton County, South Dakota1589. He married MYRTLE B. LACROIX May 19, 1941 in Holy Faith Church, Bloomfield, Nebraska1590. She was born 1918. Notes for WILFRED RAYMOND "RAY" KITTO: His baptism was sponsored by Louis and Mary Faribault and his father. More About WILFRED RAYMOND "RAY" KITTO: Baptism: September 05, 1909, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes1591 Burial: August 05, 1959, Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1592 Cause of Death: Coronary Thrombosis1592 Census: 1910, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2A Census 2: 1920, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 1A Tribe: 1/2 Santee Sioux1593 More About MYRTLE B. LACROIX: Daughter of: Albert LaCroix and Alice Walker1594 More About WILFRED KITTO and MYRTLE LACROIX: Marriage: May 19, 1941, Holy Faith Church, Bloomfield, Nebraska1594 Married by: Walter V. Reed1594 Witnessed by: Blanche DeCory and George J. Trudell 1594 Children of WILFRED KITTO and MYRTLE LACROIX are:
118. i. WILFRED HAROLD5 KITTO, b. July 03, 1941, Winnebago Hospital, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska;

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d. March 07, 2003, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. LUCY MARIE KITTO, b. November 11, 1944, Winnebago Hospital, Winnebago, Nebraska; m. UNKNOWN BEARING. GERALD DUANE "JERRY" KITTO, b. November 01, 1947, Bloomfield, Knox County, Nebraska; d. November 14, 2007, Norfolk, Madison County, Nebraska. RICHARD KITTO. DEAN KITTO.

44. BENJAMIN WILLIAM (ADOPTED)4 FARIBAULT (MARY H.3 TRUDELL, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born July 09, 1889 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1595,1596,1597,1598,1599,1600,1601, and died June 1968 in Deland, Volusia County, Florida 1602. He married SALLY EMELINE HART 19101603. She was born July 07, 1888 in Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota1604,1605,1606, and died Aft. 1930. Notes for BENJAMIN WILLIAM (ADOPTED) FARIBAULT: Benjamin and his wife sponsored the baptism of Ernest Benjamin Trudell, 12 February 1911. Benjamin and his wife sponsored the baptism of Kenneth Talmage Jones, 5 November 1911. Benjamin witnessed the marriage of Levi Henry Trudell and Elizabeth Mitchell, 2 July 1911. His Draft Registration Card of 27 April 1942 lists him as 5 feet, 8 inches, weighing 198 pounds. He is listed as Indian, with brown eyes, black hair, with a dark complexion. It states he has a scar on his left side upper lip. More About BENJAMIN WILLIAM (ADOPTED) FARIBAULT: Census: 1900, Goodwill Township, Roberts County, South Dakota, page 3A Census 2: 1910, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 13A Census 3: 1920, Goodwin Township, Roberts County, South Dakota, page 7B Census 4: 1930, Bedford, Bedford County, Virginia, page 13B Confirmation: May 21, 1905, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1607 Draft Registration: April 27, 1942, Bedford, Bedford County, Virginia 1608 Occupation: 1910, Sale Clerk, General Store 1609 Occupation 2: 1920, Farmer1610 Occupation 3: 1930, Superintendant, Street & Water Department 1611 Occupation 4: April 27, 1942, Silas Mason, Contractors, Shreveport, Louisiana 1612 Residence: April 27, 1942, 402 North Street, Bedford, Bedford County, Virginia1612 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Virginia1613 Social Security Number: 227-03-0213 1613 Tribe 1: 7/8 Santee1614 Tribe 2: 1/8 Sioux1615 Value of Home: 1930, $35001616 Notes for SALLY EMELINE HART: Her baptism was sponsored by Louis and Mary Faribault and Rebecca Holmes. More About SALLY EMELINE HART: Baptism: July 25, 1911, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes1617 Census: 1920, Goodwin Township, Roberts County, South Dakota, page 7B Census 2: 1930, Bedford, Bedford County, Virginia, page 13B Daughter of: Dr. Edward S. Hart and Estelle1617 Residence: April 27, 1942, 402 North Street, Bedford, Bedford County, Virginia1618 More About BENJAMIN FARIBAULT and SALLY HART: Marriage: 19101619 Children of BENJAMIN FARIBAULT and SALLY HART are:
i. LOUIS HART5 FARIBAULT, b. June 04, 1911, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 1620,1621,1622,1623; d. May 1983, Bridgeton, Cumberland County, New Jersey1623.

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Notes for LOUIS HART FARIBAULT: His baptism was sponsored by Rev. William Holmes, and Louis and Mary Faribault. More About LOUIS HART FARIBAULT: Baptism: July 23, 1911, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes1624 Census: 1920, Goodwin Township, Roberts County, South Dakota, page 7B Census 2: 1930, Bedford, Bedford County, Virginia, page 13B Occupation: 1930, Pressman, Label Plant 1625 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, New Jersey1626 Social Security Number: 142-09-8148 1626 ii. BENJAMIN MAXWELL "BEN" FARIBAULT, b. June 10, 1912, South Dakota 1626,1627,1628; d. January 01, 1980, Bedford, Bedford County, Virginia 1629; m. ROSLYN PADGETT; b. November 12, 1913, Virginia 1629; d. February 11, 2002, Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia 1629. More About BENJAMIN MAXWELL "BEN" FARIBAULT: Burial: January 04, 1980, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia, Section 60, Site 2070 Census: 1920, Goodwin Township, Roberts County, South Dakota, page 7B Census 2: 1930, Bedford, Bedford County, Virginia, page 13B Military service: Bet. August 01, 1942 - August 11, 1965, Lieutenant Colonel, U. S. Army, World War II, Korea, and Vietnam Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Virginia1629 Social Security Number: 228-01-6915 1629 More About ROSLYN PADGETT: Burial: February 26, 2002, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia, Section 60, Site 2070 Daughter of: Morton Eldridge Padgett Sr. and Roslyn Brown Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Virginia1629 Social Security Number: 226-30-9955 1629 iii. HOWARD J. FARIBAULT, b. November 10, 1913, South Dakota 1629,1630,1631; d. February 1987, Bedford, Bedford County, Virginia1632. More About HOWARD J. FARIBAULT: Census: 1920, Goodwin Township, Roberts County, South Dakota, page 7B Census 2: 1930, Bedford, Bedford County, Virginia, page 13B Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Virginia1632 Social Security Number: 227-09-4368 1632 iv. CAROL B. FARIBAULT, b. April 08, 1917, South Dakota1633,1634; d. February 18, 1994, Rocky Mount, Nash County, North Carolina; m. UNKNOWN RUDD. More About CAROL B. FARIBAULT: Census: 1920, Goodwin Township, Roberts County, South Dakota, page 7B Census 2: 1930, Bedford, Bedford County, Virginia, page 13B v. PHYLLIS FARIBAULT, b. 1923, Virginia1634. More About PHYLLIS FARIBAULT: Census: 1930, Bedford, Bedford County, Virginia, page 13B

45. JOSEPH JOHN "JOE" HIBBARD4 ROSS (LENA EMMA3 TRUDELL, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born December 18, 1901 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1635,1636,1637,1638. He married ROSE BROWN. Notes for JOSEPH JOHN "JOE" HIBBARD ROSS: His baptism was sponsored by William Abraham, his father, and Mary Faribault. His name was listed as Hubbard on the 1910 census. According to the 1925 Iowa State Census his highest grade completed in school was 6th grade.

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More About JOSEPH JOHN "JOE" HIBBARD ROSS: Baptism: March 30, 1902, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes1639,1640 Census: 1910, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 135A Census 2: 1925, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa Tribe: 7/8 Blood Santee 1641 More About ROSE BROWN: Other Spouse: Whitewater Children of JOSEPH ROSS and ROSE BROWN are:
i. ii. iii. TONY5 ROSS. WANDA LUAN ROSS. CHRISTOPHER ROSS.

46. WILLIAM HORACE4 JAMES (LENA EMMA3 TRUDELL, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born January 07, 1914 in Nebraska 1642,1643,1644, and died March 03, 1987 in South Sioux City, Dakota County, Nebraska1645. He married FRANCIS ANGIE WABASHA. More About WILLIAM HORACE JAMES: Burial: March 06, 1987, Logan Park Cemetery, Soux City, Woodbury County, Iowa Census: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 3B Census 2: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B Occupation: 1930, Farm Laborer 1646 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Nebraska 1647 Social Security Number: 508-07-2635 1647 Children of WILLIAM JAMES and FRANCIS WABASHA are:
i. WILLIAM FRANCIS5 JAMES, b. June 22, 1946, Osmond, Pierce County, Nebraska1648. Notes for WILLIAM FRANCIS JAMES: His baptism was sponsored by Irene White, Daniel Graham, and John Redowl. More About WILLIAM FRANCIS JAMES: Baptism: August 04, 1946, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, by Thomas Rouillard1648 ii. JEAN MARIE JAMES, b. May 01, 1952, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota 1649. Notes for JEAN MARIE JAMES: Her baptism was sponsored by Pansy St. Clair, Margaret St. Clair, and Arthur Thornton. More About JEAN MARIE JAMES: Baptism: June 08, 1952, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, by Thomas Rouillard1649 iii. KATHY ANN JAMES, b. October 27, 1953, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska 1650. Notes for KATHY ANN JAMES: Her baptism was sponsored by William White, Irene ?, and Margaret St. Clair. More About KATHY ANN JAMES: Baptism: December 24, 1953, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, by Thomas Rouillard1650

47. BENJAMIN ISRAEL4 JOHNSON (STELLA GRACE3 TRUDELL, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born March 02, 1918 in Nebraska 1651, and died April 20, 1994 in Emerson, Dakota County, Nebraska1651. He married ALVINA BUCHANAN. She was born September 09, 1915.

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More About BENJAMIN ISRAEL JOHNSON: Date born 2: 1917, Nebraska1652 Census: 1930, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska, page 12A Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Iowa1653 Social Security Number: 484-07-7154 1653 Child of BENJAMIN JOHNSON and ALVINA BUCHANAN is:
i. ELVIRA5 JOHNSON, b. September 05, 1936.

48. FLORENCE RACHEL4 TRUDELL (LOUIS3, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born September 18, 1912 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1654,1655, and died June 24, 2003 in Jefferson, Greene County, Iowa1655. She married BENJAMIN FRANKLIN "BEN" LEEDOM March 10, 1930 in Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska. He was born March 19, 1909 in South Dakota1655, and died November 01, 1984 in Pender, Thurston County, Nebraska1655. Notes for FLORENCE RACHEL TRUDELL: Her baptism was sponsored by Solomon and Stella Barker, and Mary C. Holmes. More About FLORENCE RACHEL TRUDELL: Baptism: January 05, 1913, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes1656 Burial: June 27, 2003, Omaha Valley Cemetery, Homer, Dakota County, Nebraska Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Iowa1657 Social Security Number: 481-07-9600 1657 More About BENJAMIN FRANKLIN "BEN" LEEDOM: Burial: Omaha Valley Cemetery, Homer, Dakota County, Nebraska Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Iowa1657 Social Security Number: 483-09-78101657 Son of: Robert Joseph Leedom and Lillie Dimond More About BENJAMIN LEEDOM and FLORENCE TRUDELL: Marriage: March 10, 1930, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska Children of FLORENCE TRUDELL and BENJAMIN LEEDOM are:
120. i. ii. iii. iv. v. ROBERT LOUIS5 LEEDOM, b. January 23, 1936, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa. MARY ELIZABETH LEEDOM, b. January 31, 1940, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa; m. M ICHAEL MCKEEGAN. RICHARD BENJAMIN LEEDOM, b. August 11, 1941, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa; m. E VELYN M.; b. January 18, 1934. DEBRA ANN LEEDOM, b. February 23, 1947, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa; d. November 30, 1966, Woodbine, Harrison County, Iowa; m. UNKNOWN CLARK. HELEN LEEDOM.

49. HARRIS ALLEN "HARRY"4 TRUDELL (LOUIS3, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)1658 was born August 13, 1918 in Nebraska1659,1660,1661, and died April 1987 1662,1663. He married VIOLA LUCY ROUILLARD. She was born March 04, 1920 1664, and died November 06, 1990 1664. Notes for HARRIS ALLEN "HARRY" TRUDELL: From: "The Sheldon Mail," Sheldon, Iowa, 21 July 1954. Harry Trudell, South Sioux City, Nebr., pleaded guilty to a county attorney's information charging him with operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. He was fined $300 and costs, according to O'Brien county court records. $225 of the fine was suspended. Trudell was arrested July 13 by Patrolman Haze on highway 18 going west out of Sheldon. More About HARRIS ALLEN "HARRY" TRUDELL: Burial: Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1665

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Census: 1930, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska, page 1B Residence: 1930, Wilson Street, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska 1666 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Iowa1667 Social Security Number: 485-05-4618 1667 Tribe: Mixed Blood Sioux1668 More About VIOLA LUCY ROUILLARD: Burial: Congregational Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska Daughter of: Edward H. Rouillard and Sophie Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Iowa1669 Social Security Number: 483-22-0435 1669 Children of HARRIS TRUDELL and VIOLA ROUILLARD are:
121. 122. i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. LESLIE KEITH "LES"5 TRUDELL, b. November 05, 1946, Winnebago, Nebraska; d. December 19, 1993, Oakland, Alameda County, California. FRANCETTA M. "FRAN" TRUDELL-COOPER, b. March 22, 1950, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska; d. August 05, 1997, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa. JEAN TRUDELL, m. UNKNOWN JACKSON. RICHARD TRUDELL, m. JANEEN. PATRICIA A. "PAT" TRUDELL, b. August 24, 1943, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa. TRACY TRUDELL. TRUDY TRUDELL-SHORTENHAUS, m. JOE SHORTENHAUS. EDWARD LOUIS "ED" TRUDELL, b. March 31, 1938, Winnebago, Thurston County, Oregon; d. July 12, 1999, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa.

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50. HENRY JOSEPH4 TRUDELL (LOUIS3, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born March 22, 1922 in Nebraska 1670,1671, and died September 16, 1998 in Norfolk, Madison County, Nebraska 1671. He married LOIS ESTHER ROUILLARD. She was born March 21, 1928 1671, and died August 25, 1992 in Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska1671. More About HENRY JOSEPH TRUDELL: Burial: Logan Park Cemetery, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa Census: 1930, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska, page 1B Military service: U. S. Navy, World War II Residence: 1930, Wilson Street, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska 1672 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Iowa1673 Social Security Number: 481-18-5515 1673 Tribe: Mixed Blood Sioux1674 More About LOIS ESTHER ROUILLARD: Burial: Logan Park Cemetery, Soux City, Woodbury County, Iowa Daughter of: Edward H. Rouillard and Sophie Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Iowa1675 Social Security Number: 484-24-3647 1675 Children of HENRY TRUDELL and LOIS ROUILLARD are:
i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. x. xi. xii. MICHAEL "MIKE"5 TRUDELL. CHERYL TRUDELL, m. UNKNOWN BAILER. LARRY GENE TRUDELL, b. June 03, 1959. JEFFREY TRUDELL. DEBRA TRUDELL. GEORGE TRUDELL. FRANCIS TRUDELL. LORI LYNN TRUDELL. THERESA TRUDELL. STEVEN TRUDELL. GARY TRUDELL. RONALD JOSEPH "SAL" TRUDELL, b. August 30, 1951, Winnebago, Thurston County, Oregon; d. January 02, 2008, Geneseo, Henry County, Illinois.

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51. MARVIN VINCENT4 TRUDELL (LOUIS3, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born January 11, 1928 in Nebraska1676,1677, and died February 02, 1999 in Spring Lake, Cumberland County, North Carolina1677. More About MARVIN VINCENT TRUDELL: Date born 2: January 11, 1927, Nebraska Date born 3: January 11, 1928, South Dakota Burial: Cremation Census: 1930, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska, page 1B Military service: April 22, 1944, U. S. Army, World War II Residence: 1930, Wilson Street, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska 1678 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Iowa1679 Social Security Number: 483-22-0346 1679 Tribe: Mixed Blood Sioux1680 Child of MARVIN VINCENT TRUDELL is:
i. LAURA ANN5 TRUDELL, b. February 11, 1963, Manchester, Cumberland County, North Carolina 1681.

52. ELLEN CORNELIA4 TRUDELL (LEVI HENRY3, HENRY2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)1682 was born May 27, 1912 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1683,1684,1685,1686,1687,1688 , and died August 06, 2000 in Good Samaritan Center, Bloomfield, Knox County, Nebraska1689,1690. She married HARRY LEVI REYNOLDS December 29, 1932 in Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota1691,1692. He was born October 06, 1893 in Hinsdale, Iowa1693,1694,1695,1696, and died August 1978 in Kinnard, Washington County, Nebraska1697. Notes for ELLEN CORNELIA TRUDELL: From: "Niobrara Tribune." RITES SAID FOR ELLEN REYNOLDS, 88 Ellen C. Reynolds, 88, died Sunday, August 6, 2000, at the Good Samaritan Center, Bloomfield. Services were Wednesday, August 9, 2000, at Brockhaus Funeral Home, Creighton with Rev. David P. Hussey officiating. Pallbearers were Floyd D. Reynolds, Robert S. Reynolds, Arthur Denney, Wilmer Trudell, Clarence Herron, Max Vain, Gary L. Reynolds, Harry L. Reynolds, Paul Denney, Curtis Herron, Carl Herron, and Bill Wolfe. Ellen was born May 27, 1912, at Santee to Levi and Elizabeth (Mitchell) Trudell. She attended parochial school in Marty, SD, and was married to Harry L. Reynolds on December 29, 1932 at Yankton, SD. She lived in the Omaha and Santee areas most of her life, and also in Kennard. She was a member of Our Most Merciful Savior Episcopal Church in Santee. Survivors include her son and his wife, Floyd L. and Myrtice Reynolds, Niobrara; four grandsons and their wives, Floyd D.; Gary and Barbie; Robert and Lori; and Harry and Dorothy; four great-grandsons, Andrew, Cody, Aaron and Alex; a sister, Beulah Abdo and a brother, Wilmer Trudell, both of Lake Andes, SD. She was preceded in death by her husband Harry, a son, two brothers and five sisters. ________________________________________________________________________ Her baptism was sponsored by Henry H. Whipple, Lucinda Khune and Lavinia Johnson. Ellen and her husband Harry witnessed the wedding of Charles B. Rockwood and Mary L. Hageman. More About ELLEN CORNELIA TRUDELL: Baptism: October 15, 1912, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes1698 Burial: August 09, 2000, Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska1699 Census: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 6B Census 2: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 3A Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bet. 1953 - 1954, Nebraska 1700 Social Security Number: 507-42-61541700 Tribe: Mixed Blood Sioux1701 Notes for HARRY LEVI REYNOLDS: His Draft Registration Card lists him as medium height and build, with blue eyes and light brown hair.

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More About HARRY LEVI REYNOLDS: Burial: Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska Census: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 1B Draft Registration: June 05, 1917, Yuma County, Colorado1702 Occupation: June 05, 1917, Farming, self-employed1702 Occupation 2: 1930, Truck driver 1703 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Nebraska 1704 Social Security Number: 505-16-6268 1704 Son of: William Edward Reynolds and Mary Ellen Seward More About HARRY REYNOLDS and ELLEN TRUDELL: Marriage: December 29, 1932, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota1705,1706 Married by: Rev. J. H. Kearton, Minister 1707 Children of ELLEN TRUDELL and HARRY REYNOLDS are:
127. i. ii. FLOYD LEVI5 REYNOLDS, b. November 13, 1933, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. July 12, 2004, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota. RAYMOND CLIFFORD REYNOLDS, b. June 23, 1936; d. July 05, 1936.

53. MERCEDES MAE4 TRUDELL (LEVI HENRY3, HENRY2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born May 16, 1925 in Greenwood, Charles Mix County, South Dakota1708,1709,1710, and died February 17, 1999 in Avera-Sacred Heart Hospital, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota1710. She married (1) HENRY JAMES WILLIAMS December 18, 1940 in St. Paul's Church, Marty, Charles Mix County, South Dakota1711. He was born March 13, 1921 in Lake Andes, Charles Mix County, South Dakota, and died July 01, 1961 in Lake Andes, Charles Mix County, South Dakota. She married (2) ARTHUR LEWIS "SMOKEY" DENNEY December 1947. He was born January 23, 1924 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, and died October 24, 1991 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. She married (3) J OSEPH J. BERNIE May 1944. He was born April 14, 1925, and died December 21, 1947. Notes for MERCEDES MAE TRUDELL: RITES SAID FOR MERCEDES DENNEY Services for Mercedes Denney, 73, Santee, were held Monday, Febr. 22 a the Santee Community Center. The Rev. Joe Bad Moccasin officiated with burial in the Catholic Cemetery at Santee. She died Wednesday, February 17 at Avera-Sacred Heart Hospital in Yankton. The daughter of Levi and Nancy (St. Pierre) Trudell was born May 16, 1925 at Greenwood, SD. She attended Indian Mission School at Marty, S.D. She married Arthur Denney Sr. She was a homemaker, factory worker and a farm worker. Mrs. Denney was a member of the Native American traditional religion and Wi Ca hpe Luta, the Red Star Sundancers. Survivors include five sons, Arthur "Butch" and Daniel, both of Santee; Larry "Ike" of Niobrara; Theodore of Cassville, WI; and Paul of Yankton; six daughters, Delores Cooke of Wagner, SD; Lydia Ferris and Joyce Marty, both of Santee; Cleo Frazier of Omaha; Theresa Archambeau of Lake Andes, SD; and Marketes Yost of Niobrara; one brother, Wilmer Trudell of Lake Andes; two sisters, Beulah Abdo of Lake Andes and Ellen Reynolds of Santee; 65 grandchildren, 102 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. She was preceded in death by her husband, two sons, one daughter, two brothers, four sisters, four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. More About MERCEDES MAE TRUDELL: Burial: February 22, 1999, Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1712 Cause of Death: Severe asthma1712 Census: 1930, Wahehe Township, Charles Mix County, South Dakota, page 1A Confirmation: April 15, 1956, Blessed Redeemer Church, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, by Rev. James Morris1713 More About HENRY JAMES WILLIAMS: Son of: James Williams and Mary Angelica Smith More About HENRY WILLIAMS and MERCEDES TRUDELL:

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Marriage: December 18, 1940, St. Paul's Church, Marty, Charles Mix County, South Dakota1714 Married by: Father Daniel Madlon1714 Witnessed by: Charles and Lucy Picotte1714 Notes for ARTHUR LEWIS "SMOKEY" DENNEY: FUNERAL HELD FOR ARTHUR DENNEY Services for Arthur Lewis Denney Sr., 67, Santee, were held Monday at the Santee Gymnasium. The Rev. Joe Bad Moccasin officiated. Burial was in the Catholic Cemetery. He died Thursday at Santee. He was born Jan. 23, 1924, at Santee, the son of Henry and Ruby (Hill) Denney. He had been employed as a carpenter. He was married to Mercedes Trudell. Survivors include children, Mercedes Thomas, Theresia Archambeau, Joyce Marty, Cleo Frazier, Lydia Ferris, Delores Cooke, Arthur Denney, Jr., Larry Denney, Sr., Daniel Denney Sr., Ted Denney and Paul Denney; sisters, Mabel Swinhart, Eva Movak, Idella Sawsey and Wanetta Whitlock; and brother, Harry Denney. More About ARTHUR LEWIS "SMOKEY" DENNEY: Burial: October 28, 1991, Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska Son of: Henry Denney and Ruby Hill More About ARTHUR DENNEY and MERCEDES TRUDELL: Marriage 1: December 1947 Marriage 2: Abt. 1941, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska More About JOSEPH J. BERNIE: Son of: Oscar Bernie and Isabella Zephier More About JOSEPH BERNIE and MERCEDES TRUDELL: Marriage: May 1944 Children of MERCEDES TRUDELL and HENRY WILLIAMS are:
128. i. ii. iii. iv. DELORES L.5 WILLIAMS, b. 1942; m. JOSEPH COOKE. LYDIA MARIE WILLIAMS, b. February 07, 1944, Marty, Charles Mix County, South Dakota. HENRY WILLIAMS. LOUISE WILLIAMS.

Children of MERCEDES TRUDELL and ARTHUR DENNEY are:
129. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. x. xi. ARTHUR LEWIS "BUTCH"5 DENNEY. DANIEL DENNEY. PAUL DENNEY. THEODORE "TED" DENNEY. LARRY "IKE" DENNEY. COLLETTE DENNEY. FLOYD ALLEN "JIMMY" DENNEY, b. November 29, 1953, Greenwood, Charles Mix County, South Dakota1715; d. February 11, 1984 1715. More About FLOYD ALLEN "JIMMY" DENNEY: Burial: Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1715 xii. xiii. THERESA ANN DENNEY, m. UNKNOWN ARCHAMBEAU. DELBERTA FAITH "SQUEAKY" DENNEY, b. March 04, 1955, Greenwood, Charles Mix County, South Dakota1716; d. August 25, 1968, drowned in Missouri River, Knox County, Nebraska1716. Notes for DELBERTA FAITH "SQUEAKY" DENNEY: Her baptism was sponsored by Ernest and Myrtle James, and Helen ? More About DELBERTA FAITH "SQUEAKY" DENNEY: Date born 2: March 04, 1955, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska1717 Baptism: April 01, 1956, Blessed Redeemer Church, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, by James Morris1717 Burial: Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1718 xiv. MERCEDES M. "SAM" DENNEY, m. UNKNOWN YOST.

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Children of MERCEDES TRUDELL and JOSEPH BERNIE are:
130. 131. xv. xvi. CLEO FAYE5 BERNIE, b. July 23, 1945. JOYCE ELLEN BERNIE, b. March 18, 1947; d. June 03, 1999, drowned in Missouri River, Knox County, Nebraska.

54. BEULAH JUNE4 TRUDELL (LEVI HENRY3, HENRY2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)1719 was born January 23, 19311720, and died August 25, 2000 in Avera Sacred Heart Hospital, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota1721,1722. She married JOSEPH NAVE "JOE" ABDO January 1952. He was born July 29, 1934 in Greenwood, Charles Mix County, South Dakota, and died January 07, 2006 in South Dakota. Notes for BEULAH JUNE TRUDELL: From: "Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan," Monday, 28 August 2000. LAKE ANDES -- Beulah June Abdo, 68, Lake Andes, died Friday (Aug. 25, 2000) at Avera Sacred Heart Hospital, Yankton. Funeral services are at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Native American Church, rural Greenwood. Burial is in the Native American Cemetery. Wake services are being held at the Joe Abdo Sr. residence, rural Lake Andes. Crosby-Jaeger Funeral Home in Wagner is in charge of arrangements.

More About BEULAH JUNE TRUDELL: Baptism: May 07, 1931, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota Burial: August 29, 2000, Native American Church Cemetery, Greenwood, Charles Mix County, South Dakota1723 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bet. 1951 - 1952, Iowa 1724 Social Security Number: 482-38-1624 1724 Notes for JOSEPH NAVE "JOE" ABDO: From: "Lake Andes Wave," 18 January 2006. JOSEPH ABDO, SR. Funeral services were held Thursday, Jan. 12, 2006, at the Native American Church, Greenwood, for Joseph Nave Abdo, Sr., 71. Tony Garcia, Sr., officiated. Pallbearers were Joe "Nave" Abdo, Jr., Larry Abdo, Sr., Robert Abdo, Sr., Alan Abdo, Sr., Bill Croysdill, Larry Abdo, Jr., Lorenzo Dion, Jr., Adrian Arrow, Todd Roan Eagle, Jr., and Casper Saunsoci. His family, friends and relatives of the Native American Church were honorary pallbearers. Interment was at the Native American Church Cemetery, Greenwood. Joe was born to Joseph N. Abdo and Lorraine Stricker on July 29, 1934, in Greenwood. He married Beaulah J. Trudell of the Native American Church in January of 1952. Joe is father to 14 children, 58 grandchildren and 26 greatgrandchildren. He served and was honorably discharged from the United States Army as an airborne ranger. He dedicated the majority of his life to God and his church, the Native American Church, as a roadman and elder. He was a direct descendant of Chief Smutty Bear of the Ihanktonwan people and was considered by many families of his clan as chief of the Tiospaye. Throughout his life and work in his church, he became well-known throughout the Four Directions of the land as a brother, friend and relative. Joe died January 7, 2006. ___________________________________________________________ From: "Yankton Press & Dakotan," Tuesday, 10 January 2006. LAKE ANDES -- Joseph Abdo Sr., 71, of Lake Andes died Saturday (Jan. 7, 2006) at Avera St. Benedict Health Center, Parkston. Wake services are being held at his residence in rural Lake Andes. Graveside services are 10 a.m. Thursday at the Native American Cemetery, rural Wagner. _____________________________________________________________ From: "Fergus Falls Daily Journal," Fergus Falls, MN, 7 December 1954, page 1. INDIAN KILLED IN ARGUMENT Young Father Held At Lake Andes, S.D., After Slaying

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LAKE ANDES, S.D. (AP) - A young father was held without charge today after telling authorities he shot another man to death following a disagreement over whether a shotgun should be sold. Francis Thunderhorse, about 25, Greenwood, S.D., was slain as he sat in the back seat of a 1928 model car. Deputy Sheriff Frank McCabe and States Atty. George Wuest said Joseph Abdo, 20, Lake Andes, S.D., father of two, admitted the shooting after being taken into custody. The authorities said Abdo told them he "got mad" after Thunderhorse hit him over the head with the barrell of a dissassembled rifle as they drove toward Greenwood. Abdo said two other friends were in the car at the time of the shooting. According to authorities, Abdo said he had been drinking before the shooting. He said Thunderhorse had insisted he sell his shotgun. Federal authorities have assumed jurisdiction in the case since the shooting occurred on an Indian reservation. More About JOSEPH NAVE "JOE" ABDO: Burial: January 12, 2006, Native American Church Cemetery, Greenwood, Charles Mix County, South Dakota Son of: Joseph Nave Abdo and Lorraine Stricker More About JOSEPH ABDO and BEULAH TRUDELL: Marriage: January 1952 Children of BEULAH TRUDELL and JOSEPH ABDO are:
i. ii. JOSEPH NAVE "JOE"5 ABDO, b. 1952; m. SANDRA; b. 1953. MICHAEL L. ABDO1725, b. October 20, 19661726; d. August 16, 1999, McKennan Hospital, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, South Dakota1727,1728. Notes for MICHAEL L. ABDO: From: "Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan," Wednesday, 18 August 1999. BROOKINGS -- Michael Abdo, 32, Brookings, died Monday (Aug. 16, 1999) at McKennan Hospital, Sioux Falls. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Friday at the Native American Church, rural Greenwood, with burial in the church cemetery. Wake services will be at the Joe Abdo Sr., residence, Lake Andes. Arrangements are under the direction of Crosby-Jaeger Funeral Home, Wagner.

More About MICHAEL L. ABDO: Burial: Native American Cemetery, Greenwood, Yankton County, South Dakota1729 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: 1970, South Dakota 1730 Social Security Number: 504-72-9374 1730

55. WILMER PAUL4 TRUDELL (LEVI HENRY3, HENRY2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born July 08, 1935. Child of WILMER PAUL TRUDELL is:
i. WILMER PAUL5 TRUDELL, d. November 09, 1958, Clark County, South Dakota. More About WILMER PAUL TRUDELL: Burial: Greenwood Cemetery, Greenwood, Charles Mix County, South Dakota

56. LORINDA MARY4 MITCHELL (CECILIA LUCY3 TRUDELL, HENRY2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born July 26, 1913 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1730,1731, and died May 1975 in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska1732. She married (1) UNKNOWN CRAIG. She married (2) B ERNARD HAGEMAN Bef. October 30, 1937. She married (3) CHARLES BENJAMIN ROCKWOOD October 30, 1937 in Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1733. He was born November 15, 1879 1734, and died October 07, 1961 in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska1735. Notes for LORINDA MARY MITCHELL: Her baptism was sponsored by Capt. Benj. Joseph Young, Mary C. Holmes, and Mary Faribault. She was called Mary L. Hageman on her marriage record.

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More About LORINDA MARY MITCHELL: Baptism: November 25, 1913, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes1736 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: 1953, Nebraska 1737 Social Security Number: 506-42-8250 1737 More About BERNARD HAGEMAN and LORINDA MITCHELL: Marriage: Bef. October 30, 1937 Notes for CHARLES BENJAMIN ROCKWOOD: His draft registration card lists him as medium height, slender build, with blue eyes and brown hair. More About CHARLES BENJAMIN ROCKWOOD: Burial: October 11, 1961, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1738 Draft Registration: September 12, 1918, Dakota County, Nebraska1739 Occupation: September 12, 1918, Yard Man, Sioux City Stock Yard Co., Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa1739 Son of: James M. Rockwood and Mary Young1740,1741 More About CHARLES ROCKWOOD and LORINDA MITCHELL: Marriage: October 30, 1937, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 1742 Married by: Walter V. Reed1742 Witnessed by: Harry L. and Ellen Reynolds1742 Child of LORINDA MITCHELL and BERNARD HAGEMAN is:
132. i. KATHERINE5 HAGEMAN.

57. MARY4 TRUDELL (FRANK M.3, AUGUST TATOHEYA "GUS"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born November 09, 1895 in Eggleston, Goodhue County, Minnesota1743,1744,1745,1746,1747, and died March 01, 1957 in Peever, Roberts County, South Dakota1748,1749,1750. She married (2) MASON HOUSE December 17, 1912 in Roberts County, South Dakota1751. He was born 1891 1752. She married (3) ABRAHAM SHAKER NOBLE 19181753. He was born August 03, 1896 in Roberts County, South Dakota1754,1755, and died April 13, 1936 in Roberts County, South Dakota1756,1757. She married (4) J ESSE HOPKINS December 04, 1936 in Ascencion, Roberts County, South Dakota1757,1758. He was born 1897 1758, and died Aft. March 01, 1957. Notes for MARY TRUDELL: Mary had 3 children that died in infancy. More About MARY TRUDELL: Date born 2: 18941759 Date born 3: September 1895, Minnesota1760 Date born 4: November 09, 1895, South Dakota1761 Date born 5: June 1896, Eggleston, Goodhue County, Minnesota1762 Baptism: June 17, 1899, St. Joseph's Church, Red Wing, Goodhue County, Minnesota1763 Burial: March 04, 1957, Ascension Presbyterian Cemetery, Peever, Roberts County, South Dakota1764 Cause of Death: Coronary Sclerosis, due to Arterio Sclerosis1764 Census: 1895, Birch Cooley Agency, Minnesota, page 9 Census 2: 1899, Eggleston, Goodhue County, Minnesota, page 12 Census 3: 1900, Paxton Township, Redwood County, Minnesota, page 12B Census 4: 1905, Burnside Township, Goodhue County, Minnesota, page 7 Census 5 1: 1930, Spring Grove Township, Roberts County, South Dakota, page 2A Census 5 2: 1910, Prairie Island Indian Reservation, Burnside Township, Goodhue County, Minnesota, page 7A Graduation: Pipestone Indian School, Pipestone, Pipestone County, Minnesota 1765 Tribe: Mixed Blood Yankton Sioux1766 Will: July 16, 1956 1767 More About MASON HOUSE and MARY TRUDELL: Marriage: December 17, 1912, Roberts County, South Dakota 1768 Married by: J. Robinson1769

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Notes for ABRAHAM SHAKER NOBLE: His Draft Registration Cards lists him as short and stout, with black eyes and hair.

More About ABRAHAM SHAKER NOBLE: Census: 1930, Spring Grove Township, Roberts County, South Dakota, page 2A Draft Registration: June 05, 1918, Sisseton Agency, Roberts County, South Dakota1770 Occupation: June 05, 1918, Farmer 1770 Tribe: Full Blood Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux 1771 Value of Home: 1930, $1751771 More About ABRAHAM NOBLE and MARY TRUDELL: Marriage: 19181772 More About JESSE HOPKINS and MARY TRUDELL: Marriage: December 04, 1936, Ascencion, Roberts County, South Dakota 1773,1774 Married by: Albert Heminger, Minister1774 Child of MARY TRUDELL is:
i. ROY JOSEPH5 TRUDELL, b. February 06, 1924.

Children of MARY TRUDELL and ABRAHAM NOBLE are:
133. ii. iii. iv. VIRGINIA5 NOBLE, b. 1917; d. January 17, 1921. ELSIE E. NOBLE, b. March 19, 1920; d. February 22, 1921. NORMA BLANCHE NOBLE, b. May 22, 1936, Roberts County, South Dakota; d. April 18, 1982, Memorial Medical Center, Watertown, Codington County, South Dakota.

Child of MARY TRUDELL and JESSE HOPKINS is:
v. JOYCE BELLE5 HOPKINS, b. 19371775.

58. ROSE4 TRUDELL (FRANK M.3, AUGUST TATOHEYA "GUS"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born April 1898 in Eggleston, Goodhue County, Minnesota1776,1777,1778,1779, and died 1960 in Moorehead, Minnesota. She married (1) CHARLEY P. THOMAS April 01, 1920 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. He was born 1898. She married (2) LOUIS "LEW" WILSON October 25, 1928 in Sisseton, Roberts County, South Dakota 1780. He was born 1895 in South Dakota1780,1781. More About ROSE TRUDELL: Date born 2: April 1897, Minnesota1782 Date born 3: 1899, Minnesota1783 Census: 1899, Eggleston, Goodhue County, Minnesota, page 12 Census 2: 1900, Paxton Township, Redwood County, Minnesota, page 12B Census 3: 1910, Prairie Island Indian Reservation, Burnside Township, Goodhue County, Minnesota, page 7A Census 4: 1930, Spring Grove Township, Roberts County, South Dakota, page 2A Graduation: Pipestone Indian School, Pipestone, Pipestone County, Minnesota 1784 Tribe: Mixed Blood Yankton Sioux1785 More About CHARLEY P. THOMAS: Son of: Samuel Thomas and Anna Green More About CHARLEY THOMAS and ROSE TRUDELL: Marriage: April 01, 1920, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska More About LOUIS "LEW" WILSON: Census: 1930, Spring Grove Township, Roberts County, South Dakota, page 2A Tribe: Mixed Blood Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux 1785

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More About LOUIS WILSON and ROSE TRUDELL: Marriage: October 25, 1928, Sisseton, Roberts County, South Dakota 1786 Married by: D. J. Prindwille, County Justice1786 Children of ROSE TRUDELL and LOUIS WILSON are:
i. FRANK5 WILSON, b. April 22, 1926, South Dakota1787. More About FRANK WILSON: Census: 1930, Spring Grove Township, Roberts County, South Dakota, page 2A Tribe: Mixed Blood Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux1787 ii. VIRGINIA E. WILSON, b. July 23, 1928, South Dakota1787. More About VIRGINIA E. WILSON: Census: 1930, Spring Grove Township, Roberts County, South Dakota, page 2A Tribe: Mixed Blood Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux1787 iii. iv. v. MARY WILSON, b. December 01, 1930. EUGENIA G. WILSON, b. December 09, 1932; d. April 25, 1934. EARLWIN E. WILSON, b. July 30, 1934.

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59. SARAH J.4 TRUDELL (FRANK M.3, AUGUST TATOHEYA "GUS"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born 1902 in Eggleston, Goodhue County, Minnesota1788,1789,1790, and died Aft. 1934 in Sisseton, Roberts County, South Dakota. She married JOSEPH GOODTHUNDER. He was born 1900, and died Aft. 1934. More About SARAH J. TRUDELL: Baptism: April 23, 1905, St. Joseph's Church, Red Wing, Goodhue County, Minnesota1791 Census: 1905, Burnside Township, Goodhue County, Minnesota, page 7 Census 2: 1910, Prairie Island Indian Reservation, Burnside Township, Goodhue County, Minnesota, page 7A Census 3: 1920, Lower Sioux Indian Reservation, Redwood County, Minnesota, page 10B Occupation: 1920, Servant, Working out 1792 Children of SARAH TRUDELL and JOSEPH GOODTHUNDER are:
i. ii. iii. iv. v. WILLIAM5 GOODTHUNDER, b. 1920, Minnesota. EMMA F. GOODTHUNDER, b. 1921, Minnesota. GENEVIEVE GOODTHUNDER, b. 1925, Minnesota. IDA GOODTHUNDER, b. 1927, Minnesota. UNKNOWN GOODTHUNDER, b. 1929, Minnesota.

60. ANNA H.4 TRUDELL (FRANK M.3, AUGUST TATOHEYA "GUS"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born 1904 in Eggleston, Goodhue County, Minnesota1793,1794,1795, and died 1941 in St. Paul, Minnesota. She married ISAAC HOWARD COURSOLLE. He was born April 14, 1898 in Minnesota 1796, and died 1980. Notes for ANNA H. TRUDELL: She was called "Emma" on the 1920 Federal Census. More About ANNA H. TRUDELL: Baptism: April 23, 1905, St. Joseph's Church, Red Wing, Goodhue County, Minnesota1797 Burial: St. Cornelia Cemetery, Lower Sioux Indian Reservation, Redwood County, Minnesota Census: 1905, Burnside Township, Goodhue County, Minnesota, page 7 Census 2: 1910, Prairie Island Indian Reservation, Burnside Township, Goodhue County, Minnesota, page 7A Census 3: 1920, Lower Sioux Indian Reservation, Redwood County, Minnesota, page 10B Notes for ISAAC HOWARD COURSOLLE: His Draft Registration Card lists him as medium height, slender build, with black eyes and hair. More About ISAAC HOWARD COURSOLLE: Burial: St. Cornelia Cemetery, Lower Sioux Indian Reservation, Redwood County, Minnesota Draft Registration: September 12, 1918, Redwood Falls, Redwood County, Minnesota1798 Occupation: September 12, 1918, Laborer, working on state road 1798

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Son of: Joseph Coursoll Children of ANNA TRUDELL and ISAAC COURSOLLE are:
i. ii. iii. RAYMOND5 COURSOLLE, b. 1922, Minnesota. ROSE E. COURSOLLE, b. 1924, Minnesota. ERNEST R. COURSOLLE, b. August 15, 1926, Minnesota; d. November 06, 1991. More About ERNEST R. COURSOLLE: Burial: St. Cornelia Cemetery, Lower Sioux Indian Reservation, Redwood County, Minnesota

61. MARY ROSE4 TRUDELL (RALPH SIMON3, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born April 03, 1909 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1799,1800,1801,1802,1803, and died September 1984 in Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska1804. She married JAMES E. BROWN April 22, 1929 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. He was born March 26, 1904 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1805,1806, and died August 24, 1991 in Nebraska 1806. Notes for MARY ROSE TRUDELL: Her baptism was sponsored by Alfred H. Barker, Mary Faribault and her mother. More About MARY ROSE TRUDELL: Baptism: May 22, 1909, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes1807 Census: 1920, Union Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 4A Census 2: 1925, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa Census 3: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 1B Residence: 1925, South Court Street, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa1808 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Nebraska 1809 Social Security Number: 507-28-0039 1809 More About JAMES E. BROWN: Census: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 1B Occupation: 1930, Farm Laborer 1810 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Nebraska 1811 Social Security Number: 508-05-07441811 Son of: Robert W. Brown and Nancy Philbrick More About JAMES BROWN and MARY TRUDELL: Marriage 1: April 22, 1929, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska Marriage 2: 19281812 Children of MARY TRUDELL and JAMES BROWN are:
i. ROBERT5 BROWN, b. 1930, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1812. More About ROBERT BROWN: Census: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 1B 135. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. x. xi. WILBUR ERWIN "DEAN" BROWN, b. May 29, 1950, Winnebago, Thurston County, Oregon; d. September 14, 1997, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa. JAMES M. BROWN, m. PAM. KEITH BROWN, m. CLAIRE. HAROLD BROWN, m. KAREN. JEFFERY BROWN. RITA BROWN, m. STANLEY WHITE. JOSEPH BROWN. ROBERTA BROWN. SHIRLEY BROWN. BETTY JO BROWN.

62. WILLIAM CLIFFORD "BILL"4 TRUDELL (RALPH SIMON3, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)1813,1814 was born October 20, 1918 in Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska1815,1816, and died July 31, 2001 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1817,1818,1819. He married CLARA MARIE MOOSE December 10, 1939 in Santee, Knox County,

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Nebraska. She was born October 20, 1916 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, and died May 20, 1995 in Sacred Heart Hospital, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota. Notes for WILLIAM CLIFFORD "BILL" TRUDELL: From: "Niobrara Tribune," Sunday, 5 August 2001. RITES SAID FOR 'BILL' TRUDELL William "Bill" Trudell, 82, Santee, died Tuesday, July 31, 2001, when his home in Santee was destroyed by fire. Services were Saturday, August 4, at the Santee Community Gym in Santee under the direction of Brockhaus Funeral Home of Niobrara. Reverend David Hussey officiated with burial in L'Eau Qui Court Cemetery in Niobrara. Bill was born October 20, 1918, at Niobrara to Ralph Trudell. He attended school at the Marty Indian School in Marty, SD. He was married to Marie Moose and lived most of his life in Santee. Survivors include his daughters, Roberta (Duane) Babcock, Santee; Ann (Ben) Roberts, California; Tonzy Trudell, Australia and Bunny Prue, Santee; son Kenny (Josephine), California; 21 grandchildren; 38 greatgrandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren. Preceding him in death were his wife Marie and three children. _________________________________________________________________________ From: "Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan," Wednesday, 1 August 2001. SANTEE MAN DIES IN TUESDAY HOUSE FIRE Bby Randy Dockendorf P&D Regional Editor SANTEE, Neb. -- An elderly Santee man died and two men were hospitalized following a house fire early Tuesday morning. William Trudell, 82, died in the fire at his home, according to Knox County Sheriff Wes Eisenbeiss. The fire was reported shortly before 5 a.m. Trudell's grandsons, Ronald Trudell and Bill Babcock, were sleeping in the basement at the time of the fire, Eisenbeiss said. The grandsons were awakened by a smoke alarm and made the 911 call. The 911 center received a report that a fire was burning around the air conditioner at the Trudell home. The Santee, Niobrara and Bloomfield fire departments responded to the call. William Trudell was found dead in the hallway of the home, where he was apparently trying to get out of the house, Eisenbeiss said. Babcock, 36, was life flighted, by Life Net, to St. Luke's Hospital in Sioux City with burns to his back, Eisenbeiss said. Ronald Trudell, whose age was unavailable, suffered minor smoke inhalation. A St. Luke's nursing supervisor said Tuesday night that Babcock was admitted to the burn unit. However, a physician's report was not available at press time. The nursing supervisor said the family expected to release Babcock's condition this (Wednesday) morning. State Fire Inspector Laverle McDonald of Albion, Neb., said an autopsy had been ordered and would be performed in Omaha. McDonald said he had no further information Tuesday afternoon but expected to know more after the autopsy. Funeral arrangements are pending for Trudell. The Knox County's Sheriff's Department, Santee Police Department and Nebraska Fire Marshall's Office are investigating the fire. Tuesday's incident involving an air conditioner came amidst a heat wave which has gripped Northeast Nebraska. The heat has placed an increased use on air conditioners and placed a strain on regional electric supplies. Temperatures in the 90s have combined with high humidity and dewpoint temperatures in the 70s. The heat index has soared in the range of 105 to 115 degrees, considered dangerous and even fatal to both people and livestock. The public is urged to use extreme caution in order to avoid dehydration and other adverse effects from the heat wave. To contact Randy Dockendorf, e-mail him at rdock@yankton.net. _______________________________________________________________________ SANTEE - Services for Willam Trudell, 82, Santee, will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 4, at the Santee

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Community Gymnasium. The Rev. David Hussey will officiate with burial in L'Eau Qui Court Cemetery in Niobrara. Visitation will be at the gymnasium until service time. Brockhaus Funeral Home of Niobrara is in charge of arrangements. He died Tuesday, July 31, 2001, as the result of a house fire in Santee. The son of Ralph Trudell was born Oct. 20, 1918, at Niobrara. He attended Marty Indian School in Marty, S. D. He married Marie Moose and lived in Santee most of his life. Survivors include four daughters and their husbands, Roberta and Duane Babcock and Bunny Prue, all of Santee, Ann and Ben Roberts of California, and Tonzy Trudell of Australia; one son and his wife, Kenny and Josephine of California; 21 grandchildren, 38 great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife and three children.

More About WILLIAM CLIFFORD "BILL" TRUDELL: Date born 2: 1917, Nebraska1820 Date born 3: October 21, 1918, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska 1821 Burial: August 04, 2001, L'Eau Qui Court Cemetery, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska1822 Census: 1920, Union Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 4A Census 2: 1925, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa Residence: 1925, South Court Street, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa1823 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Nebraska 1824 Social Security Number: 508-03-85581824 Notes for CLARA MARIE MOOSE: SANTEE - Services for Marie C. Trudell, 78, Niobrara, will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Our Most Merciful Savior Episcopal Church at Santee. Burial will be in L'Eau Qui Court Cemetery. Visitation will start at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Santee Gym. Brockhaus-Scott Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. She died Saturday, May 20, 1995, at Sacred Heart Hospital in Yankton, S.D. The daughter of Joseph and Rose (Goodteacher) Moose was born Oct. 20, 1916, in Santee. She attended the Flandreau Indian School and St. Mary's Community College in Springfield, S.D. On Dec. 10, 1939, she married William Trudell at Santee. They lived in Sioux City, Iowa, South Sioux City and since 1983 in Santee. Survivors include her husband; children, Ann Roberts of LaMore, Calif., Kenneth Trudell of Bloomfield, Bobby Babcock and Bunny Allison-Prue, both of Santee, and Tony Trudell of Victor, Mont.; 20 grandchildren and 29 great-grandchildren. More About CLARA MARIE MOOSE: Burial: May 24, 1995, L'Eau Qui Court Cemetery, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska Daughter of: Joe Moose and Rosa Goodteacher More About WILLIAM TRUDELL and CLARA MOOSE: Marriage: December 10, 1939, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska Children of WILLIAM TRUDELL and CLARA MOOSE are:
136. 137. 138. i. ii. iii. iv. v. ROBERTA "BOBBY"5 TRUDELL. ANN TRUDELL, m. BEN ROBERTS. ANTHONY "TONY" TRUDELL. BUNNY TRUDELL, m. UNKNOWN PRUE. KENNETH JOSEPH "KENNY" TRUDELL.

63. ALVINA ESTHER4 JOHNSON (LAVINIA ELIZABETH3 TRUDELL, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born August 13, 1901 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1825,1826,1827,1828,1829, and died 1943. She married OSCAR GORDON GOODTEACHER July 15, 1917 in at the home of James Chapman, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1830. He was born March 20, 1896 in Bloomfield, Knox County, Nebraska1831,1832,1833,1834, and died April 18, 1971. Notes for ALVINA ESTHER JOHNSON: Her baptism was sponsored by Joseph Redwing, Mary Faribault and her mother.

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Alvina and her husband sponsored the baptism of Grace Blossom Thornton, 30 October 1932. More About ALVINA ESTHER JOHNSON: Baptism: September 29, 1901, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Joseph W. Cook1835,1836 Burial: Howe Creek Cemetery, Knox County, Nebraska Census: 1910, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 4B Census 2: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 10B Census 3: 1930, Harrison Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 4B Tribe: Full Blood Santee Sioux1837,1838 Notes for OSCAR GORDON GOODTEACHER: His Draft Registration Card lists him as medium height, stout build, with brown eyes and black hair. More About OSCAR GORDON GOODTEACHER: Date born 2: 1895, Nebraska1838 Baptism: May 10, 1896, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Joseph W. Cook1839 Burial: Howe Creek Cemetery, Knox County, Nebraska Census: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 10B Census 2: 1930, Harrison Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 4B Confirmation: December 14, 1912, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1840 Draft Registration: June 05, 1917, Knox County, Nebraska1841 Military service: May 28, 1918, World War I Occupation: June 05, 1917, Farming, self employed1841 Son of: Reverend Joseph Goodteacher and Mary E. Chapman Tribe: Mixed Blood Santee Sioux1842 More About OSCAR GOODTEACHER and ALVINA JOHNSON: Marriage: July 15, 1917, at the home of James Chapman, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1843 Married by: William Holmes1843 Witnessed by: Stephen Wells and Elsie Sarah Herman1843 Children of ALVINA JOHNSON and OSCAR GOODTEACHER are:
139. 140. i. ii. iii. EMIL STRIBBIN5 GOODTEACHER, b. July 03, 1918, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. December 24, 2006, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. JOSEPH JOHNSON "JOE" GOODTEACHER, b. May 05, 1920, Nebraska; d. May 15, 1973, Howe Creek, Knox County, Nebraska. CHRISTINE STEPHINA GOODTEACHER, b. July 15, 1923, Nebraska1844; d. October 04, 1938, Winnebago, Nebraska. Notes for CHRISTINE STEPHINA GOODTEACHER: CHRISTINE GOODTEACHER DIES Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Goodteacher of Santee received word from Winnebago Tuesday night of the sudden illness of their daughter, Christine. Soon after they received another message stating that their daughter had passed away. She is survived by her parents, three brothers, Emil and Joe who are attending school at Flandreau, and Tommy of Santee and one small sister, Marveen. The Goodteachers were former residents of this community having moved to Santee in August. - Upper Lost Creek Corres. More About CHRISTINE STEPHINA GOODTEACHER: Burial: Howe Creek Cemetery, Knox County, Nebraska Census: 1930, Harrison Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 5A Tribe: Full Blood Santee Sioux1844 iv. PRISCILLA GOODTEACHER, b. September 17, 1927, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 1844,1845. Notes for PRISCILLA GOODTEACHER: Her baptism was sponsored by Gabriel Rouillard, Elizabeth Chapman, and Rosa Jones. More About PRISCILLA GOODTEACHER:

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Baptism: January 22, 1928, Blessed Redeemer Church, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Charles M. Jones1845 Census: 1930, Harrison Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 5A Tribe: Full Blood Santee Sioux1846 141. v. vi. MARVENE LOVINA GOODTEACHER, b. October 31, 1929, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska; d. January 1992. THOMAS OSCAR GOODTEACHER, b. March 05, 1932, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1847; d. Aft. 1943. Notes for THOMAS OSCAR GOODTEACHER: His baptism was sponsored by Herman Chapman, Roy James, and Susan Rouillard. More About THOMAS OSCAR GOODTEACHER: Baptism: April 24, 1932, Blessed Redeemer Church, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by G. G. Lawrence1847

64. GLADYS MAY4 JOHNSON (LAVINIA ELIZABETH3 TRUDELL, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born May 23, 1904 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1848,1849. Notes for GLADYS MAY JOHNSON: Her baptism was sponsored by Henry Wabashaw, Victoria Kitto, and her mother. More About GLADYS MAY JOHNSON: Baptism: June 05, 1904, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes1849,1850 Census: 1910, Hill Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 4B Tribe: Full Blood Santee1851 Children of GLADYS MAY JOHNSON are:
i. ii. ROBERT G.5 JOHNSON, b. 1920. FREIDA A. OMAHA JOHNSON, b. 1922.

65. ELMER WALTER4 TRUDELL (OLIVER PETER3, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born March 13, 19191852, and died August 19671852. He married ROSALIE THOMAS. Notes for ELMER WALTER TRUDELL: From: "Council Bluffs Nonpareil," Council Bluffs, Iowa, 21 September 1955. FORFEITS $25 BOND ON DISORDERLY COUNT Elmer W. Trudell, 26, Omaha, forfeited a $25 bond Tuesday before Municipal Judge Allan Arnell on a charge of disorderly conduct. Trudell was arrested in Omaha Sunday and turned over to local authorities. Earlier he had ordered Harold Fletcher, 21, 1002 Fifth Ave., driver for the City Cab Co., to drive him to Sioux City. When Fletcher refused, Trudell took over the wheel and ran the taxi into a river levee barricade at the west end of Avenue B before fleeing from the cab on Ak-Sar-Ben bridge. Asst. Police Chief Milton Etherton said Tuesday that Trudell has agreed to pay for damages to the taxi. More About ELMER WALTER TRUDELL: Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Nebraska 1852 Social Security Number: 506-18-20211852 Child of ELMER TRUDELL and ROSALIE THOMAS is:
i. ELMER WALTER5 TRUDELL, b. March 23, 1953, Nebraska 1853. More About ELMER WALTER TRUDELL: Baptism: August 09, 1953, Holy Faith Church, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, by Rev. Thomas Rouillard1853

66. LEO VINCENT4 TRUDELL (WILLIAM ANTOINE "WILLY"3, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born October 20, 1921 in Nebraska1854,1855, and died January 26, 1975 in Omaha, Douglas County,

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Nebraska1856,1857,1858. He married MYRTLE OWEN March 16, 1942 in Waubay, Day County, South Dakota1859. She was born 19211859. Notes for LEO VINCENT TRUDELL: From: "Council Bluffs Nonpareil," Council Bluffs, Iowa, 6 June 1955, page 5. OFFICER SHOOTS FLEEING YOUTH. STRUCK IN KNEE; CONDITION FAIR John Ault, 18, Omaha, shot by a police sergeant during his fight to avoid capture, was listed in fair condition Monday at Douglas County Hospital. Ault was wounded in the right knee. He was shot by Sgt. Melvin Stiles who chased him from Twenty-fourth and Cuming Sts. to an alley near Twenty-fifth St. and Indiana Ave. Saturday night. Police said Ault and Leo Vincent Trudell, 34, Omaha, entered Harvey's Bar at 2401 Cuming St. Refused service by bartender Harvey Jacobsen, Ault grabbed a six-pack of canned beer and dashed outside with it. Jacobsen ran after him. Ault commandeered the car of Thomas Grant, Omaha, and was speeding away when the policeman drove up. Sgt. Stiles took up the chase. Ault abandoned the car and fled down the alley on foot. Sgt. Stiles said he commanded Ault to halt before firing. Wounded, the youth got away. He was arrested later at a friend's home. More About LEO VINCENT TRUDELL: Date born 2: 19201860 Burial: Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1860 Military service: World War II, U.S. Marine Corps1860 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Nebraska 1861 Social Security Number: 507-16-3725 1861 More About LEO TRUDELL and MYRTLE OWEN: Marriage: March 16, 1942, Waubay, Day County, South Dakota1862 Married by: Rev. Thomas Heninger, Priest of the Episcopal Church1862 Children of LEO TRUDELL and MYRTLE OWEN are:
142. i. ii. iii. DIANE5 TRUDELL. JAMES R. TRUDELL, b. August 1946. MABEL TRUDELL.

67. LLOYD PETER4 TRUDELL (WILLIAM ANTOINE "WILLY"3, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)1863 was born 1924, and died October 25, 1966 1863. He married (1) CECIL L. SMITH. She was born April 26, 1927, and died October 18, 1996 in Nebraska1864. He married (2) K ATHLEEN M. FAIRBANKS November 24, 1962 in Ramsey County, Minnesota. She was born 1934. Notes for LLOYD PETER TRUDELL: From: "The Lincoln Star," Saturday, 29 October 1966. Lloyd Trudell, 42, believed to be from St. Paul, Minn., was found dead in a car which went into a ditch six miles northwest of Lindy late Thursday. Knox County Sheriff Herb Thompson said Gerald Frazier, 40, of Santee, was being held in jail. No charges had been filed. Dr. James G. Carlson, Verdigre, expressed the belief that Trudell had been run over. As Thompson pieced the story together, Trudell's car had broken down and was being pushed by one driven by Frazier. Trudell apparently opened the door to wave to Frazier to slow down for a curve and fell into the ditch. Thompson said Frazier evidently put Trudell into the car which then went into the ditch where it was found. More About LLOYD PETER TRUDELL: Military service: World War II More About CECIL L. SMITH: Other Spouse: July 24, 1970, Marvin Swanson1864

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More About LLOYD TRUDELL and KATHLEEN FAIRBANKS: Marriage: November 24, 1962, Ramsey County, Minnesota Children of LLOYD TRUDELL and CECIL SMITH are:
143. i. ii. iii. SANDRA5 TRUDELL, m. HARLEY DILLON; b. September 1952. PHYLLIS A. TRUDELL, b. September 26, 1946, Bloomfield, Knox County, Nebraska; d. July 25, 2004, Fremont, Dodge County, Nebraska. ROGER TRUDELL, b. 1948, Nebraska; m. C AROL. Notes for ROGER TRUDELL: Roger is currently the Chairman of the Santee Sioux Tribe of Nebraska. More About ROGER TRUDELL: Military service: Bet. 1967 - 1970, Vietnam iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. JOSEPH TRUDELL. RODNEY TRUDELL, m. SHERRY. TIMOTHY TRUDELL, m. LISA. DENISE L. TRUDELL, b. 1957; m. REX G. ZIMMERLINE; b. 1946. SHELLI TRUDELL, m. SCOTT WULF. EDNA TRUDELL, m. JAMES BAUMANN.

68. FLOYD PAUL4 TRUDELL (WILLIAM ANTOINE "WILLY"3, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)1865 was born December 11, 1935, and died February 09, 1959 in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska 1865. He married WINONA LOUISE MITCHELL. She was born August 25, 19231866, and died July 25, 2001 in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska1866. Notes for FLOYD PAUL TRUDELL: From: "Lincoln Evening Journal," Monday, 9 February 1959, page 2. FATHER OF 6 SHOT TO DEATH Omaha - Shot to death was a man police identified as Floyd Trudell, 26, father of 6 children. George Lee Parker told police he fired a shotgun through a window when he heard someone attempting to break into his home. Officers held Parker and his wife, both 29, for questioning. More About FLOYD PAUL TRUDELL: Date born 2: 1934 Burial: Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska More About WINONA LOUISE MITCHELL: Burial: Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Nebraska 1866 Social Security Number: 508-20-4806 1866 Child of FLOYD TRUDELL and WINONA MITCHELL is:
i. FLOYD PAUL5 TRUDELL.

69. LORENZO HARRY4 HOFFMAN (JEANNETTE NANCY "JENNIE"3 TRUDELL, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born February 20, 1910 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1866,1867, and died February 16, 1967 in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska1868,1869. He married (1) LYDIA LAWRENCE. She was born 1909, and died Aft. 1943. He married (2) KATHERINE HAGEMAN, daughter of BERNARD HAGEMAN and LORINDA MITCHELL. Notes for LORENZO HARRY HOFFMAN: His baptism was sponsored by Ralph Trudell, and Robert and Lavinia Johnson. More About LORENZO HARRY HOFFMAN: Baptism: December 18, 1910, Blessed Redeemer Church, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William

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Holmes1870 Burial: February 20, 1967, Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1871 Confirmation: March 30, 1941, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1872 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Nebraska 1873 Social Security Number: 508-03-4746 1873 More About LYDIA LAWRENCE: Daughter of: George Lawrence and Maggie Child of LORENZO HOFFMAN and LYDIA LAWRENCE is:
144. i. ANGELA5 HOFFMAN, b. 1931.

Children of LORENZO HOFFMAN and KATHERINE HAGEMAN are:
ii. BARBARA ANN5 HOFFMAN, b. January 01, 1950, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska 1874. Notes for BARBARA ANN HOFFMAN: Her baptism was sponsored by Charles and Mary Rockwood, and Margaret St. Clair. More About BARBARA ANN HOFFMAN: Baptism: January 22, 1956, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, by Rev. James Morris1874 iii. CINDY SUE HOFFMAN, b. December 24, 1956, St. Joseph's Hospital, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska 1875. Notes for CINDY SUE HOFFMAN: Her baptism was sponsored by Mary Rockwood, Elizabeth Reynolds, and Charles Rockwood. More About CINDY SUE HOFFMAN: Baptism: January 28, 1957, Trinity Cathedral, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, by Levi M. Rouillard1875

70. LYLE ANTHONY4 HENRY (JEANNETTE NANCY "JENNIE"3 TRUDELL, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born January 13, 19181876, and died March 02, 1992 in Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa1876. He married PHILOMINE BEATRICE SULLY November 30, 1939 in At the home of Lyle A. Henry, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1877. She was born January 11, 19181878, and died August 11, 1990 in Iowa1878. More About LYLE ANTHONY HENRY: Burial: March 24, 1992, Logan Park Cemetery, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa, Section 6, Lot 344 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Nebraska 1878 Social Security Number: 508-05-0743 1878 More About PHILOMINE BEATRICE SULLY: Burial: August 14, 1990, Logan Park Cemetery, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa, Section 6, Lot 344 Daughter of: John Sully and Rose Chapman1879 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: 1956, Iowa 1880 Social Security Number: 484-46-8000 1880 More About LYLE HENRY and PHILOMINE SULLY: Marriage: November 30, 1939, At the home of Lyle A. Henry, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1881 Married by: Walter V. Reed1881 Witnessed by: Salina Chapman and Leonard Sully1881 Children of LYLE HENRY and PHILOMINE SULLY are:
i. WINONA ARLENE5 HENRY, b. April 08, 1938, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1882. Notes for WINONA ARLENE HENRY: Her baptism was sponsored by Salina Chapman, Mercy Rouillard and Alex Rouillard. More About WINONA ARLENE HENRY: Baptism: December 24, 1939, Blessed Redeemer Church, Howe Creek, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Walter Reed1883

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Confirmation: September 16, 1951, Blessed Redeemer Church, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, by Rev. Thomas Rouillard1884 ii. MARJORIE FAYE HENRY, b. October 15, 1939, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1885. Notes for MARJORIE FAYE HENRY: Her baptism as sponsored by Ruby Rouillard and Ted Robinson. More About MARJORIE FAYE HENRY: Baptism: December 24, 1939, Blessed Redeemer Church, Howe Creek, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Walter Reed1885 iii. LYLE LEONARD HENRY, b. January 19, 1942, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska 1886. Notes for LYLE LEONARD HENRY: His baptism was sponsored by Stephen Redwing, Laurence Bearsheart, and Elsie Redwing. More About LYLE LEONARD HENRY: Baptism: April 26, 1942, Blessed Redeemer Church, Howe Creek, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Sidney Bearsheart1886 iv. HENRIETTA ELAINE HENRY, b. November 03, 1943, Winnebago Hospital, Winnebago, Nebraska 1887. Notes for HENRIETTA ELAINE HENRY: Her baptism was sponsored by ? Hopkins, Mary Rouillard, and Alex Rouillard. More About HENRIETTA ELAINE HENRY: Baptism: December 26, 1943, Blessed Redeemer Church, Howe Creek, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Andrew A. Weston1887 v. JEAN ADELE HENRY, b. January 31, 1946, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska 1888; m. UNKNOWN CLANCEY. Notes for JEAN ADELE HENRY: Her baptism was sponsored by Violet James, and Sarah and John Red Owl. More About JEAN ADELE HENRY: Baptism: October 20, 1946, Our Most Merciful Saviour Church, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Rev. Thomas J. Rouillard1888 vi. vii. viii. ix. x. xi. ROSE JENNIE HENRY, b. July 26, 1948, Bloomfield, Nebraska. JOHN HOWARD HENRY, b. June 26, 1951. ANTHONY RICHARD HENRY. ROBERT HENRY. ROGER PATRICK HENRY. VELMA HENRY.

71. ESTHER OPHELION "OPAL"4 TRUDELL (JOHN BENJAMIN3, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born September 14, 1915 in Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska 1889,1890,1891, and died March 24, 1947. She married GENE TERRY November 06, 1933 in Tyndall, Bon Homme County, South Dakota1892. He was born 1907 1892. Notes for ESTHER OPHELION "OPAL" TRUDELL: Her baptism was sponsored by Charles M. Jones, Martha Mackey, and her mother. More About ESTHER OPHELION "OPAL" TRUDELL: Baptism: February 25, 1916, St. John's Chapel, Ponca Agency, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes1893 Census: 1920, Niobrara Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 1B More About GENE TERRY and ESTHER TRUDELL: Marriage: November 06, 1933, Tyndall, Bon Homme County, South Dakota1894 Married by: J. F. Kropuenske, Justice of the Peace 1894 Child of ESTHER TRUDELL and GENE TERRY is:

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72. ROY CALVIN4 TRUDELL (JOHN BENJAMIN3, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born October 14, 1919 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1895,1896,1897, and died September 27, 1973 in Manhattan, Riley County, Kansas1898. He married (1) P HYLLIS MAXINE DEES. He married (2) T HELMA M. GOLOBAY. He met (3) ALICE R. MOSHER. She was born November 14, 1929 1899, and died December 03, 2005 in Montclair, California1899. He married (4) LYDIA MCBRIDE February 06, 1939 in Greenwood, Charles Mix County, South Dakota1900. She was born 19211900, and died June 18, 1942 in Charles Mix County, South Dakota. Notes for ROY CALVIN TRUDELL: His baptism was sponsored by Edward Eastman, John Ross, and his mother. More About ROY CALVIN TRUDELL: Date born 2: October 14, 1917, Nebraska 1901 Baptism: February 23, 1920, At the home of Edward Eastman, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes1902 Burial: October 01, 1973, Sunset Cemetery, Manhattan, Riley County, Kansas1903 Cause of Death: Liver failure and renal failure1903 Census: 1920, Niobrara Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 1B Military service: Tec4, U.S. Army, World War II Occupation: Plumber1903 Residence: September 27, 1973, 601 South 3rd Street, Manhattan, Riley County, Kansas1903 More About ALICE R. MOSHER: Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Kansas1904 Social Security Number: 513-24-4598 1904 More About ROY TRUDELL and LYDIA MCBRIDE: Marriage: February 06, 1939, Greenwood, Charles Mix County, South Dakota1905 Married by: Rev. Lloyd Red Eagle, Minister1905 Children of ROY TRUDELL and PHYLLIS DEES are:
146. 147. 148. i. ii. iii. iv. DORIS ELAINE5 TRUDELL. PHYLLIS RAE TRUDELL. ROY STEVEN TRUDELL. EVA JEAN TRUDELL.

Children of ROY TRUDELL and ALICE MOSHER are:
149. v. vi. MICHAEL ALLAN5 TRUDELL, b. July 18, 1949. DEBORAH TRUDELL.

73. THELMA JANE4 TRUDELL (JOHN BENJAMIN3, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born February 09, 1922 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska1906, and died November 28, 1954. She married LEROY EVERETTE BLAKEY. He was born 1919, and died January 16, 1959 in Yankton County, South Dakota. Notes for THELMA JANE TRUDELL: Her baptism was sponsored by John Ross, Rebecca F. Holmes, and her mother. More About T HELMA JANE TRUDELL: Baptism: January 28, 1923, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes1906 Children of THELMA TRUDELL and LEROY BLAKEY are:
150. 151. 152. i. ii. iii. MARY JANE5 BLAKEY, b. April 03, 1941, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota; d. September 15, 2003, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota. WINONA MARIE BLAKEY, b. May 11, 1942, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota; d. May 04, 2003, Rochester, Olmsted County, Minnesota. LEROY EVERETTE BLAKEY, b. February 13, 1944, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota; d. June 19,

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2003, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota. PHYLLIS A. BLAKEY. DORIS E. BLAKEY, m. UNKOWN IVORY. GEORGE H. BLAKEY. ANGELINE B. BLAKEY, m. UNKNOWN KIRSCHENMAN.

74. EVELYN ROSE4 MENZ (MABEL IDA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)1907 was born August 17, 1909 in Thunderhawk, Standing Rock Indian Reservation, Corson County, South Dakota1907, and died December 08, 1987 in Arlington, Snohomish County, Washington1907. She married (1) MARCUS MCKINLEY "MARK" LEE Abt. 1931. She married (2) J ULIUS L. WEST1908 Abt. 1964. He was born May 11, 1905 in Hayward County, North Carolina1908, and died June 01, 1996 in Marysville, Snohomish County, Washington1908. Notes for EVELYN ROSE MENZ: From: "Marysville Globe." Evelyn R. West, age 78 of Marysville, died Dec 8, 1987 in Arlington, Wash. She was born Aug. 17, 1909 in Thunderhawk, SD, and had lived in the Marysville area since 1946. For many years she was an active member of the Marysville Nazarene Church and enjoyed visitation with the elderly. She had been a practical nurse working with several convelescent centers in the area and also was involved as a member of the Marysville Grandmothers club. She leaves her husband, Julius, at home, 2 sons and daughters in law, Howard and Darlene Lee of Arlington, Robert and Ann Lee of Niceville, Florida, a son Mark Lee of Graham, Wa., three daughters and sons in law, Wilma and Larry Gray of Everett, Virginia and Fred Anderson of Kent and Wanda and John LaRose of Arlington, Wa, a daughter, Barbara Garner of San Diego, Ca, a brother David Menz of Brockton, Montana, four sisters, Ethel McNeil of Everett, Wa., Ada Foster, Dorothy Viles and LaVena Baker, all of Oklahoma, 20 grandchildren 11 great grandchildren and numerous stepgrandchilden. Family graveside services were Saturday at Evergreen Cemetery, Everett, Wa. Memorial services were Saturday at Nazarine Church at Marysville, Wa. Arrangements by Schaefer Shipman Funeral Home, Marysville,Wa. _________________________________________________________________ The 1910 Census lists her as 7/16 Yanktonis Sioux. More About EVELYN ROSE MENZ: Date born 2: August 17, 1909, North Dakota 1909,1910 Burial: Evergreen Cemetery, Everett, Snohomish County, Washington1911 Census: 1910, Standing Rock Indian Reservation, Morton County, North Dakota, page 9A Census 2: 1920, Menz Township, Sioux County, North Dakota, page 2A More About MARCUS LEE and EVELYN MENZ: Marriage: Abt. 1931 Notes for JULIUS L. WEST: From: "Marysville Globe," 5 June 1996. Julius L. West, 91, of Marysville passed away at home and has gone to be with the Lord and loved ones June 1, 1996. He was born May 11, 1905 in Hayward Co. NC, and has been a resident of Marysville for the past 46 years. Julius pioneered recycling. He enjoyed fishing, people, his family and friends. He leaves 2 daughters and one daughter in law, Nora Rackham, Mary and Holland Gibson, numerous grand, great and great great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his first wife of 40 years Annie and his second wife Evelyn of 23 years, four daughters, Velma Jean, Ellamay, Marie, and Rosalee, 2 sons James Luther and Robert Lee. Funeral services were held at Evergreen Cemetery Everett, WA. Arrangements were under the direction of Schaefer Shipman Funeral Home, Marysville, Wa .

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More About JULIUS WEST and EVELYN MENZ: Marriage: Abt. 1964 Children of EVELYN MENZ and MARCUS LEE are:
i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. ROBERT5 LEE, m. ANN. HOWARD LEE, m. DARLENE. MARK LEE. WILMA LEE, m. LARRY GRAY. VIRGINIA LEE, m. FRED ANDERSON. WANDA D. LEE, b. 1946; m. JOHN A. LAROSE; b. August 01, 1945. BARBARA LEE, m. (1) UNKNOWN GARNER; m. (2) UNKNOWN KANE.

75. LEVI FRANCIS4 MENZ (MABEL IDA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born January 06, 1911 in North Dakota 1913, and died June 08, 1974 in Sequim, Clallam County, Washington. He married (1) SADIE ANDERSON PELLAND. He married (2) C ATHERINE DUPREE October 17, 1931. She was born August 01, 1914, and died October 27, 1974. Notes for LEVI FRANCIS MENZ: The 1930 Census lists him as 3/16 Sioux. More About LEVI FRANCIS MENZ: Date born 2: 1911, South Dakota1914 Census: 1920, Menz Township, Sioux County, North Dakota, page 2B Census 2: 1930, Sunrise, Platte County, Wyoming, page 5B Occupation: 1930, Laborer in an Iron Mine1914 More About LEVI MENZ and CATHERINE DUPREE: Divorce: 1938, Montana Marriage: October 17, 1931 Child of LEVI MENZ and SADIE PELLAND is:
i. MARCELLA5 MENZ.

Children of LEVI MENZ and CATHERINE DUPREE are:
ii. iii. iv. LEVI F.5 MENZ, b. August 02, 1932; d. December 27, 1989, Fife County, Washington. FREDDIE MENZ, b. October 19, 1934. DONALD LYNN MENZ, b. August 12, 1936.

76. GALE EMORY4 MENZ (MABEL IDA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born October 02, 1912 in North Dakota 1915, and died December 15, 1984 in Brockton, Roosevelt County, Montana. He married LIDA O. MAHPIYA BOZUN WI (BURSTING CLOUD) DENNY. She was born May 07, 1916, and died August 07, 2003 in Wolf Point, Roosevelt County, Montana. Notes for GALE EMORY MENZ: Gale and Lida adopted Ramona Eliza Engen (1938-2000), daughter of Joseph Robinson and Emma Pipe. She was raised by the time from the time she was 3. The 1930 Census lists him as 7/16 Sioux. More About GALE EMORY MENZ: Date born 2: 1912, South Dakota1916 Census: 1920, Menz Township, Sioux County, North Dakota, page 2B Census 2: 1930, Sunrise, Platte County, Wyoming, page 5B Children of GALE MENZ and LIDA DENNY are:
i. ii. EMERY WAYNE5 MENZ, b. January 14, 1936; d. July 19, 1969, Roosevelt County, Montana. RAMONA ELIZA (ADOPTED) ROBINSON, b. March 26, 1938, Wolf Point, Roosevelt County, Montana; d.

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November 19, 2000, Northeast Montana Health Services facility, Poplar, Montana. Notes for RAMONA ELIZA (ADOPTED) ROBINSON: RAMONA ELIZA ENGEN, 62, died on November 19 [2000] at the Northeast Montana Health Services facility in Poplar from cancer. She was born March 26, 1938, in Wolf Point, the daughter of Joseph and Emma (Pipe) Robinson. She was raised by Lida and Gale Menz in Fort Kipp from the time she was three years old. She married Milton Buck Elk in Siddney on November 7, 1958 and on September 22, 1983, she married LeRoy Engen in Wolf Point. Funeral services were Saturday, Nov. 25, at the James Black Dog Activity Center in Fort Kipp. Interment was in the Fort Kipp Cemetery. More About RAMONA ELIZA (ADOPTED) ROBINSON: Burial: November 25, 2000, Fort Kipp Cemetery, Fort Kipp, Roosevelt County, Montana

77. ETHEL MAY4 MENZ (MABEL IDA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born October 14, 1914 in North Dakota 1917, and died April 09, 1995. She married (1) B ILL MCNEIL. She married (2) LEO JORDAN Abt. 1934. He was born October 20, 1912. Notes for ETHEL MAY MENZ: The 1930 Census lists her as 7/16 Sioux. More About ETHEL MAY MENZ: Date born 2: 1914, South Dakota1918 Census: 1920, Menz Township, Sioux County, North Dakota, page 2B Census 2: 1930, Sunrise, Platte County, Wyoming, page 5B More About LEO JORDAN and ETHEL MENZ: Marriage: Abt. 1934 Child of ETHEL MENZ and LEO JORDAN is:
i. ROBERT G.5 JORDAN, b. January 14, 1934.

78. FERN WINONA4 EMERY (HATTIE BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)1919,1920 was born December 30, 1908 in Rosebud Indian Reservation, Todd County, South Dakota1921,1922,1923, and died April 09, 1999 in Ocean Springs, Jackson County, Mississippi1924. She met (1) ROGER MORRISON. She married (2) J AMES C. "JIM" MOULTON1925 October 02, 1936 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan1926,1927. He was born April 25, 1901 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan1928,1929,1930,1931, and died June 01, 1980 in Mercy Hospital, Grayling, Crawford County, Michigan1932,1933,1934. Notes for FERN WINONA EMERY: From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," 1 November 2003. OCEAN SPRINGS, Miss. - Fern Winona (Emery) Moulton, 90, died April 9 in Ocean Springs where she had lived since 1984. She was a former resident of Traverse City. Born Dec. 30, 1908, in Burke, S.D., she was the daughter of Hattie and Samuel Emery of Grawn, Mich. Fern was the widow of James C. Moulton of Traverse City. Surviving are a son, Richard W. Emery of Ocean Springs; three sisters, Ileen Graham of Traverse City, Rita Conkright of Gaylord, Mich., and Janell Campbell of Antioch, Calif.; nine grandchildren; and 14 greatgrandchildren. Interment will take place at a future date in St. Mary's Cemetery in Hannah, Mich. __________________________________________________________________________________ The 1930 Census lists her as Fern Eamery, living with Artimitia O'Neal, age 72 from Indiana. The birth certificate of her son Richard calls her Fern Margaret Emery. More About FERN WINONA EMERY: Date born 2: 1910, South Dakota1935 Burial: St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan1936

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Cause of Death: Alzheimers Census: 1910, Burke, Gregory County, South Dakota, page 6A Census 2: 1920, Township 38, Range 27, Todd County, South Dakota, page 7A Census 3: 1930, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, page 2B Occupation: 1930, Stenographer 1937 Residence: 1930, 241 East Ninth Street, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan Residence 2: April 29, 1947, 511 South Maple Street, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan 1938 Residence 3: March 08, 1956, West Bay Shore Road, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan 1939 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Michigan1940 Social Security Number: 371-10-17941940 Notes for ROGER MORRISON: The Baptismal Certificate of Richard Emery calls his father Roger Morrison, yet Richard knew his father as Roger Manion. There was a Roger Manion living on the Rosebud Reservation in 1930 that may have been his father. Notes for JAMES C. "JIM" MOULTON: From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Tuesday, 3 June 1980, page 9. GRAWN - James C. Moulton, 79, a businessman in the Traverse City area for 53 years, died Sunday at Mercy Hospital in Grayling. A Traverse City resident his entire life, he was born April 25, 1901, the son of Charles and Josephine (Monroe) Moulton. On Oct. 2, 1936, in Traverse City, he was married to the former Fern Emery. She survives. Also surviving are a step-son, Richard Emery of Ocean Springs, Miss.; a sister-in-law, Myrtle Moulton of Traverse City; nine grandchildren and other relatives. Two brothers and his parents preceded him in death. Mr. Moulton owned and operated an electronics communication business in Traverse City for many years, retiring in 1967. He had been a member of the Traverse City Elks Lodge, the Wigwam Club and the Michigan Minerological Society and was a lapidarist. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Hibbard Funeral Chapel, with the Rev. Patrick Barrett officiating. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery in Hannah. Friends may call at the funeral chapel. __________________________________________________________________ From "The Traverse City Record Eagle," "Home Burns," Friday, 20 January 1950, page 9. "Home Burns" Fire, the cause of which has not been determined, did extensive damage in the James Moulton home on Maple steet about 3:00 p.m. Thursday. The blaze was reported by Mrs. Evelyn Temple when some youngsters told her "there was something wrong at Moulton's." Mr. and Mrs. Moulton were not at home at the time. Two trucks and a complete compliment of men were required to bring the flames under control and confine the major damage to the living room in the front of the house. Fire Chief Roy Green stated that the damage has not been estimated but it will certainly be extensive. According to Fern's sister, Ileen Emery, who was living with them at the time so that she could attend the Traverse City Senior High School, she was the cause of the fire. Before the family left that day Ileen had been smoking on the couch and put the cigarette out in an ash tray on the arm of the couch. She believes that that was the cause of the fire. More About JAMES C. "JIM" MOULTON: Burial: June 05, 1980, St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan1941,1942 Census: 1930, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, page 10B Occupation: 1930, Proprietor of a Radio Shop Residence: 1930, 629 West Ninth Street, Traverse City, Michigan Residence 2: April 29, 1947, 511 South Maple Street, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan 1943 Residence 3: March 08, 1956, West Bay Shore Road, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan 1944 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bet. 1951 - 1952, Michigan 1945 Social Security Number: 369-34-73681945 Son of: Charles A. Moulton and Josephine Monroe1946,1947

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More About JAMES MOULTON and FERN EMERY: Marriage: October 02, 1936, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan 1948,1949 Child of FERN EMERY and ROGER MORRISON is:
155. i. RICHARD WAYNE "DICK"5 EMERY, b. February 25, 1928, Hinsdale, Du Page County, Illinois; d. October 25, 2004, Biloxi, Harrison County, Mississippi.

79. ILEEN ESTHER4 EMERY (HATTIE BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)1950,1951 was born February 22, 1921 in Burke, Gregory County, South Dakota1952,1953,1954. She married HUGH EARL "LUCKY" GRAHAM1955,1956 August 23, 1941 in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan. He was born August 17, 1920 in 207 East Eighth Street, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan1957,1958,1959. More About ILEEN ESTHER EMERY: Baptism: February 24, 1921, Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Burke, Gregory County, South Dakota, performed by Rev. W. J. Connaughton1960 Census: 1930, Okreek, Todd County, South Dakota, page 1A Graduation: 1940, Traverse City Senior High School, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan Residence: Bet. 1936 - 1940, 511 South Maple Street, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan Residence 2: June 05, 1951, 914 Lincoln Street, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan 1961 Residence 3: 5 Mile Road, Acme, Grand Traverse County, Michigan Residence 4: Grant Street, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan Residence 5: Bet. 1998 - 2003, 931 Hammond Place, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan Notes for HUGH EARL "LUCKY" GRAHAM: From "The Traverse City Record Eagle," "Two Speeders," Monday, 22 September 1947, page 7. "Two Speeders" Gerald Wooters of this city and Hugh Graham, also a resident here, appeared before Judge James Fitzpatrick to answer to charges of speeding. Both men were assessed fines of five dollars each plus costs. The arrests were made by city police. ___________________________________________________________________________________ Hugh served in the U.S. Marines as a Corporal or a Sergeant in the Guam and in China during World War II. He was in Company C Mortars. After the war he worked at Burwood's in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan from 1946 and retiring in 1987. More About HUGH EARL "LUCKY" GRAHAM: Census: 1930, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, page 2A Draft Registration: February 16, 1942 Graduation: 1938, Traverse City Senior High School, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan1962 Military service: Bet. August 02, 1944 - May 30, 1946, U. S. Marines, World War II Residence: 1930, 207 East Eighth Street, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan 1963 Residence 2: June 05, 1951, 914 Lincoln Street, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan 1964 Residence 3: 5 Mile Road, Acme, Grand Traverse County, Michigan Residence 4: Grant Street, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan Residence 5: Bet. 1998 - 2003, 931 Hammond Place, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan 1965,1966 Son of: Hugh Alger Graham and Marjory Sarah Gordon Marriage Notes for I LEEN EMERY and HUGH GRAHAM: From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle." MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Emery of Grawn announce the marriage of their daughter, Ileen, to Hugh Graham, Sr. of Webster street, which took place Saturday, August 23rd, in Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. Graham will make their home in Detroit. ________________________________________________________________________

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They had a second marriage with a catholic service on August 27, 1943, in Detroit, Michigan. More About HUGH GRAHAM and ILEEN EMERY: Marriage 1: August 23, 1941, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan Marriage 2: August 27, 1942, St. Agnes Church, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan Children of ILEEN EMERY and HUGH GRAHAM are:
156. 157. 158. 159. 160. 161. i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. BONITA KAY "BONNIE"5 GRAHAM, b. September 26, 1942, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. JEANNE ANNE GRAHAM, b. December 14, 1947, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. SHIRLEY ELIZABETH GRAHAM, b. May 09, 1950, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. BARBARA LEIGH GRAHAM, b. May 27, 1955, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. VICKIE MARIE GRAHAM, b. July 30, 1957, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. DAVID MICHAEL GRAHAM, b. June 04, 1961, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.

80. JANELLE ANNA4 EMERY (HATTIE BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born March 06, 1926 in Rosebud Indian Reservation, Todd County, South Dakota 1967,1968. She married LOY C. "COTTON" CAMPBELL 1950 in California1969. He was born April 11, 1926 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma1969. Notes for JANELLE ANNA EMERY: Janelle had two children. More About JANELLE ANNA EMERY: Baptism: March 12, 1926, St. Charles Catholic Church, St. Francis, Todd County, South Dakota, by Father Eugene Buechel1970 Residence: 1950, Tracy, California 1971 More About LOY C. "COTTON" CAMPBELL: Residence: 1950, Tracy, California 1971 Marriage Notes for J ANELLE EMERY and LOY CAMPBELL: From "The Traverse City Record Eagle," Monday, 10 April 1950, page 6. "Former Grawn Girls Wed in California" Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Emery, who recently returned to their home in Grawn after spending 15 months in Arizona and California, announce the marriage of their daughters, Janell and Rita Emery. Janell became the bride of Loy Campbell of Oklahoma City, and Rita was united in marriage to Herbert Henderson of Kansas City, Kan. Both couples are making their home in Tracy, Calif. More About LOY CAMPBELL and JANELLE EMERY: Marriage: 1950, California1971 Children of JANELLE EMERY and LOY CAMPBELL are:
i. BRENDA LOUISE5 CAMPBELL, b. May 18, 1951, San Joaquin County, California; m. CHARLES G. MARTINOVICH, August 29, 1971, Contra Costa County, California; b. April 14, 1949. More About CHARLES MARTINOVICH and BRENDA CAMPBELL: Marriage: August 29, 1971, Contra Costa County, California ii. CHRISTINE ANN CAMPBELL, b. November 17, 1952, Contra Costa County, California.

81. EVA ELIZABETH4 EMERY (HATTIE BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)1972 was born April 06, 1928 in Okreek, Rosebud Indian Reservation, Todd County, South Dakota 1973,1974, and died December 16, 1974 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma. She married MILTON LEROY "MICKEY" KIRKPATRICK 1948 in Grand Traverse County, Michigan1975,1976. He was born June 12, 1928 1976,1977, and died January 22, 2007 in Oklahoma1977. Notes for EVA ELIZABETH EMERY:

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Obituary of Eva Emery: Mass for Mrs. Eve Elizabeth Kirkpatrick, 46, of 835 SW 74, will be said at 10 a.m. Thrusday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church with burial in Resthaven Cemetery. A wake will be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Capitol Hill Funeral Home. She died Monday at Baptist Medical Center after a long illness. Mrs. Kirkpatrick was born in Rosebud, S.D., and moved to Oklahoma City in 1961 from Traverse City, Mich. She belonged to Sacred Heart Catholic Church and the to the Legion of Mary. Survivors include her husband, Milton Leroy; three sons, Bruce Allen, of the home; Joseph L., 6207 Anderson Drive, and Dennis Wayne, 7701 S Santa Fe; a daughter, Mrs. Luann Tetrick, San Jose, Calif.; a brother, Richard Emery, Connecticut, and six sisters, Mrs. Rita Conkright, Gaylord, Mich.; Mrs. Fern Moulton, Traverse City, Mich.; Mrs. Mildred Hoobler, Milford, Mich.; Mrs. Eileen Graham, Williamsburg, Mich.; Mrs. Effie Johnson, Yuma, Ariz.; and Mrs. Janell Campbell, Antioch, Calif., and three grandchildren. Memorials may be made to cancer research. More About EVA ELIZABETH EMERY: Baptism: April 11, 1928, St. Charles Catholic Church, St. Francis, Todd County, South Dakota, by Father Louis J. Gill1978 Burial: Resthaven Gardens Cemetery, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma Census: 1930, Okreek, Todd County, South Dakota, page 1A Residence: June 20, 1951, St. Johns, Newfoundland, Canada 1979 More About MILTON LEROY "MICKEY" KIRKPATRICK: Burial: Resthaven Gardens Cemetery, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Oklahoma 1980 Social Security Number: 446-26-0853 1980 More About MILTON KIRKPATRICK and EVA EMERY: Marriage: 1948, Grand Traverse County, Michigan 1981,1982 Marriage license: January 28, 1948, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan1982 Children of EVA EMERY and MILTON KIRKPATRICK are:
162. i. ii. iii. iv. BRUCE ALLEN5 KIRKPATRICK. JOSEPH L. "JOE" KIRKPATRICK, b. December 1948. DENNIS WAYNE KIRKPATRICK, b. January 07, 1950; m. JACKIE L.; b. April 06, 1952. LUANN KIRKPATRICK, m. UNKNOWN TETRICK.

82. RITA MAY4 EMERY (HATTIE BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born February 20, 1931 in Rosebud Hospital, Rosebud, Rosebud Indian Reservation, Todd County, South Dakota 1983. She married (1) HERBERT HENDERSON 1950 in California1984. He was born in Kansas City, Kansas1984. She married (2) RICHARD H. "DICK" CONKRIGHT Aft. 1955. He was born May 14, 1932. Notes for RITA MAY EMERY: Rita had two sons and two daughters. More About RITA MAY EMERY: Baptism: February 25, 1931, St. Charles Catholic Church, St. Francis, Todd County, South Dakota, by Father Albert B. Grueter1985 Residence: 1950, Tracy, California 1986 Residence 2: June 20, 1951, Yorktown, Virginia1987 More About HERBERT HENDERSON: Residence: 1950, Tracy, California 1988 Marriage Notes for RITA EMERY and HERBERT HENDERSON: From "The Traverse City Record Eagle," Monday, 10 April 1950, page 6. "Former Grawn Girls Wed in California" Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Emery, who recently returned to their home in Grawn after spending 15 months in Arizona and California, announce the marriage of their daughters, Janell and Rita Emery. Janell became the bride of Loy

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Campbell of Oklahoma City, and Rita was united in marriage to Herbert Henderson of Kansas City, Kan. Both couples are making their home in Tracy, Calif. More About HERBERT HENDERSON and RITA EMERY: Marriage: 1950, California1988 More About RICHARD CONKRIGHT and RITA EMERY: Marriage: Aft. 1955 Children of RITA EMERY and HERBERT HENDERSON are:
i. ii. iii. iv. KATIE5 HENDERSON, m. NEIL SPRING. JODETTE HENDERSON. DAVID LEE HENDERSON, b. July 04, 1955, Alameda County, California. HERBERT "BUTCH" HENDERSON.

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83. ROBERT EUGENE4 MCMILLIN (ADA LOUISE3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born January 27, 1920 in South Dakota1989,1990, and died December 12, 1989 in San Diego, San Diego County, California1990. He married WINONA MAE COOPER 1941 in Grand Traverse County, Michigan. She was born July 08, 1923. Notes for ROBERT EUGENE MCMILLIN: From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Saturday, 22 May 1954, page 13. ORDER FOR APPEARANCE AND PUBLICATION STATE OF MICHIGAN - In the Circuit Court for the County of Grand Traverse - In Chancery. Winona Mae McMillin, Plaintiff, vs. Robert Eugene McMillin, Defendant. Suit pending in the Circuit Court for the County of Grand Traverse, In Chancery, on the 3rd day of May, 1954. In the above entitled cause, it appearing that the Defendant, Robert Eugene McMillin is a resident of this state, and a process for his appearance has been duly issued and the same could not be served by reason of his absence from, or concealment within, the state and by reason of his continued absence from his place of residence, and it appearing that it cannot be ascertained in what state or country the Defendant resides, therefore, on motion of Harry T. Running, Attorney for Plaintiff. It Is Ordered, that the Defendant enter his appearance in said cause on or before three months from the date of this Order, and that within forty days the Plaintiff cause this Order to be published in the Traverse City RecordEagle, a newspaper published and circulated within said county, said publication to be continued once in each week for six weeks in succession. CHARLES L. BROWN, Circuit Judge. Dated: May 3, 1954. HARRY T. RUNNING, Attorney for Plaintiff. Business Address: Anderson Building, Traverse City, Michigan, May 8, 15, 22, 29, June 5, 12. More About ROBERT EUGENE MCMILLIN: Date born 2: January 29, 1920 Census: 1930, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, page 10B Residence: 1930, 605 South Division Street, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan1991 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Michigan1992 Social Security Number: 370-14-2691 1992 More About WINONA MAE COOPER: Other Spouse: 1960, Harry Frederick Fuller More About ROBERT MCMILLIN and WINONA COOPER:

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Marriage: 1941, Grand Traverse County, Michigan Children of ROBERT MCMILLIN and WINONA COOPER are:
164. i. ii. JOHN R.5 MCMILLIN, b. October 10, 1946, Munson Hospital, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. DAUGHTER MCMILLIN, b. November 18, 1950, Munson Hospital, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan1993. Notes for DAUGHTER MCMILLIN: From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Monday, 20 November 1950, page 3. ANNOUNCE BIRTH - Mr. and Mrs. Robert McMillin (Winona Cooper) of Ann Arbor are the parents of a daughter born Saturday at Munson hospital.

84. VIOLET THEO4 FRAZIER (EMILY JANE "CHUBB"3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)1994,1995 was born November 07, 1913 in Nebraska 1996, and died August 19, 1987 in Munson Medical Center, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan1997. She married (1) LEVI SHAW. He was born 1911. She married (2) GERALD HOWARD STRICKLAND1998,1999 October 25, 1943 in Beulah, Grand Traverse County, Michigan1999. He was born June 18, 1914 in Hartington, Cedar County, Nebraska1999, and died December 13, 1945 in Munson Medical Center, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan1999. She married (3) DONALD A. CARLSON2000 1958 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. He was born July 01, 1918 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan2000, and died July 08, 1980 in Lakeview Manor, Cadillac, Wexford County, Michigan2000. Notes for VIOLET THEO FRAZIER: From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Monday, 26 July 1948, page 1. VICTIM OF HEAVY TRAFFIC Traffic can be dangerous as this photo proves. The picture was taken on East Front street Saturday evening after Violet Strickland walked in front of a moving city bus and was thrown to the pavement. City police were on the job immediately and Mrs. Strickland was taken to Munson hospital where she was treated for severe scalp lacerations. Officer Merlin Rokos is shown as he talked with the patient. City police stated this morning that, despite the congestion on the walks and streets over the week-end, traffic accidents were not numerous and consisted in most part of bumped fenders and bent bumpers. ___________________________________________________________________ From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Friday, 21 August 1987, page 13. TRAVERSE CITY - Violet Carlson, 73, died Wednesday morning at Munson Medical Center. Born and raised in South Dakota, she had lived most of her life in Traverse City. The daughter of Earl and Emily (Trudell) Frazier, she was born on Nov. 7, 1913, in Winner, S.D. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Larry (Barbara) Shaw-Winchester of Traverse City; three sons, Norman Shaw of Traverse City, Derell Shaw of Lansing and Melvin Shaw of Louisiana; two sisters, Geraldine Wells of Traverse City and Maye Taylor of Tracy, Calif.; 11 grandchildren and three great-children. Her husband, Donald Carlson, died in 1980. Graveside services were held at 2 p.m. today at Grand Traverse Memorial Gardens. Major Alvin Clark officiated. Memorial contributions may be directed to Blair Township Fire Department or to the Cherryland Humane Society. Arrangements were handled by the Hibbard Funeral Chapel.

More About VIOLET THEO FRAZIER: Date born 2: November 07, 1913, Winner, Tripp County, South Dakota2001 Burial: August 21, 1987, Grand Traverse Memorial Gardens, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan2001 Census: 1930, Hotsprings, Fall River County, South Dakota, page 2A Occupation: 1930, Business Manager, Medical Clinic2002

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Residence 1: 1930, Jennings Avenue, Hotsprings, Fall River County, South Dakota2002 Residence 2: February 19, 1953, 1214 Clinch Street, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan 2003 More About LEVI SHAW: Son of: Jesse Shaw and Lucy One Feather Notes for GERALD HOWARD STRICKLAND: From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Monday, 10 December 1945, page 1. TWO TRAGEDIES OCCUR DURING THE WEEK-END Sailor Found Dead and Grawn Man Shoots Himself Double tragedy marked the week-end when Gerald Strickland, Grawn, accidentally shot himself while handling his shotgun and Walter Halvorsen of this city was found dead by state police officers at his home. Stickland is at Munson hospital in critical condition from wounds received when he accidentally shot himself in the head with a double barrel hammerless shotgun early Saturday afternoon at his home in Grawn, according to state police officers. Strickland was in the woodshed at the time of the accident and his family was in the kitchen when the shot was fired. State police investigating the shooting pronounced it accidental. _______________________________________________________________________ From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Thursday, 13 December 1945, page 1. GUNSHOT WOUND PROVES FATAL Gerald Strickland of Grawn is Victim. Gerald Strickland, Grawn resident, died early this morning at Munson hospital as the result of a shooting accident Monday when he accidentally shot himself while handling his shotgun. Gerald Howard Strickland was born June 18th, 1914 at Hardington, Neb., and spent his early life there. He was married to Violet F. Frazier October 25th, 1943, at Beulah. Surviving, besides his widow are four stepchildren, Melvin H., Barbara, Raymond and Norman; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Stickland of Bloomfield, Neb., eight brothers, Harold, Charles, Russell, Dick, Edwin, John, Raymond and Phillip all of Nebraska; seven sisters, Mrs. Viola Hank of Farmer, S. D., Mrs. Edna Patch and Mrs. Geraldine Goertz, Pike Stone, Minn., Mrs. Marcella Dowty, Sioux City, Iowa, Mrs. Alberta Dowty, Grand Island, Neb., Mrs. Ulinda Bratetic of Bloomfield, Neb., Mrs. Ada Davis of Traverse City; other relatives and friends. The body was taken to the Hibbard Chapel to remain until time of services Monday afternoon at two-thirty with the Rev. Louis Basso officiating. Burial will be made in the family lot at Oakwood cemetery. More About GERALD HOWARD STRICKLAND: Burial: December 17, 1945, Oakwood Cemetery, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan2004 Cause of Death: Accidentally shot himself in the head with a shotgun Son of: John Strickland2004 More About GERALD STRICKLAND and VIOLET FRAZIER: Marriage: October 25, 1943, Beulah, Grand Traverse County, Michigan2004 Notes for DONALD A. CARLSON: From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Wednesday, 9 July 1980, page 27. TRAVERSE CITY - Donald A. Carlson, 62, of Traverse City, died Tuesday morning at Lakeview Manor in Cadillac. A lifelong resident of Traverse City, Mr. Carlson was born July 1, 1918, the son of Herman Carlson of Sweden and Hannah Ostergard Carlson from Finland. He attended Traverse City schools and served in the US Navy during World War II. He had been employed in the maintenance department of the Morgan Canning Company. In 1957 he was married here to the former Violet Frazier, who survives. Also surviving are two brothers, Chester Carlson of Traverse City and Richard Carlson of Petoskey; two

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nieces, Mrs. Gene (Rose) Lutman of Imlay City and Mrs. Donna Bowman of Traverse City; a nephew, Jack Carlson of Elkhart, Ind.; two grandsons, Garald and Timothy Shaw, at home with their grandmother; and three step-children, Mrs. Larry (Barbara) Winchester of Traverse City, Norman Shaw of Traverse City and Darrel R. Shaw of Lansing. He was preceded in death by his parents. Private graveside services will be held Thursday morning at the Grand Traverse Memorial Gardens, with Lt. Paul D. Moore of the Salvation Army officiating. Friends may call at the Hibbard Funeral Chapel where the family will receive them from 7-9 p.m. tonight. Memorials may be directed to the Veterans of Foreign Wars or to the Disabled American Veterans. Envelopes are available at the funeral chapel. More About DONALD A. CARLSON: Burial: July 10, 1980, Grand Traverse Memorial Gardens, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan 2005 Military service: World War II, U. S. Navy2005 Son of: Herman Carlson and Hannah Ostergard2005 More About DONALD CARLSON and VIOLET FRAZIER: Marriage 1: 1958, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan Marriage 2: 1957, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan 2005 Children of VIOLET FRAZIER and LEVI SHAW are:
i. MELVIN M.5 SHAW2006,2007, b. April 30, 1933. Notes for MELVIN M. SHAW: From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Thursday, 19 February 1953, page 3. IN FAR EAST - Melvin M. Shaw, seaman, USN, son of Mrs. Violet Strickland, 1214 Clinch street, is serving aboard the battleship USS Missouri on it second tour of duty with United Nations forces in Korean waters. The Missouri has been bombarding Communist supply and communication installations on the east coast of Korea. She has steamed over 40,000 miles since leaving her home port of Norfolk, Va., in September. _________________________________________________________________________ From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Monday, 18 January 1954, page 7. CHARGE DISMISSED A quiet weekend was reported by local law enforcement officials today, with not cases being heard in municipal court. In the only case heard Saturday, Judge Ormond Danford dismissed a charge against Melvin M. Shaw of Traverse City, charged by city police with driving while his license was suspended. ___________________________________________________________________________ From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Monday, 17 May 1954, page 9. Melvin M. Shaw of Traverse city was ordered to pay $10 and $7.20 costs or serve 10 days on a drunk and disorderly charge. ________________________________________________________________________ From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Monday, 24 May 1954, page 1. SEVEN CASES HEARD Melvin Shaw of Traverse City charged with being drunk and disorderly, was ordered to pay $10 and $5.55 costs or serve seven days. More About MELVIN M. SHAW: Military service: Korean War, seaman, United States Navy, battleship USS Missouri2008 165. ii. iii. BARBARA ANN SHAW, b. January 13, 1935. DARREL RAYMOND SHAW, b. January 01, 1938, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan2009. Notes for DARREL RAYMOND SHAW: His baptism was sponsored by Elsie Campbell, Stephen Moore and Nancy Moore.

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More About DARREL RAYMOND SHAW: Baptism: February 11, 1940, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Walter V. Reed2009 iv. NORMAN LEE SHAW, b. January 28, 1940, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 2009. Notes for NORMAN LEE SHAW: His baptism was sponsored by Elsie Campbel, Stephen Moore and Virginia Reed. More About NORMAN LEE SHAW: Baptism: February 11, 1940, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Walter V. Reed2009

85. GLADYS MAE4 FRAZIER (EMILY JANE "CHUBB"3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2010 was born May 01, 1916 in Clearfield, South Dakota2011,2012, and died December 09, 1990 in Tracy, San Joaquin County, California2013. She married HAROLD TAYLOR. He was born December 16, 1912 2014, and died February 09, 1979 in Tracy, San Joaquin County, California2014. Notes for GLADYS MAE FRAZIER: From: "Stockton Record," Wednesday, 12 December 1990, page D2. GLADYS MAE TAYLOR Longtime Tracy resident Gladys Mae Taylor, 74, of Tracy died Sunday at San Joaquin General Hospital after a brief illness. Born in Clearfield, S.D., Mrs. Taylor was a resident of Tracy for 44 years and lived a short time in Stockton with her daughter. She retired from the H. J. Heinz Co. after 23 years of service. She was an avid bingo player and enjoyed collecting antiques. She is survived by three daughters, Roberta Fitzsimmons of Stockton, and Emily Doerr and Lynda Taylor, both of Tracy; two sons, William Taylor of Seiling, Okla., and Burt Taylor of Los Angeles; and a sister, Geraldine Wells of Traverse City, Mich.; 15 grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Hotchkiss Mortuary Chapel, 5 W. Highland Ave., Tracy. Burial will be at the Tracy Public Cemetery. Visitation will be at the mortuary from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. today and 9 a.m. until time of service Thursday. More About GLADYS MAE FRAZIER: Burial: December 13, 1990, Tracy Public Cemetery, Tracy, San Joaquin County, California2015 Census: 1920, Elliston Township, Gregory County, South Dakota, page 7A Census 2: 1930, Hot Springs, Fall River County, South Dakota, page 7A More About HAROLD TAYLOR: Burial: Tracy Public Cemetery, Tracy, San Joaquin County, California Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Michigan2016 Social Security Number: 370-03-8467 2016 Children of GLADYS FRAZIER and HAROLD TAYLOR are:
166. 167. 168. 169. i. ii. iii. iv. v. BURT5 TAYLOR, b. 1935. EMILY JANE TAYLOR, b. 1937. WILLIAM RAYMOND TAYLOR, b. 1943. ROBERTA LEE TAYLOR, b. January 19, 1953, San Joaquin County, California. LYNDA RAYE TAYLOR, b. 1956.

86. GERALDINE FAITH4 FRAZIER (EMILY JANE "CHUBB"3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2017 was born January 30, 1922 in Winner, Tripp County, South Dakota2017,2018,2019, and died March 26, 2003 in Munson Medical Center, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan2020,2021. She married (1) UNKNOWN BAKER. She married (2) UNKNOWN FEELEY. She married (3) HAROLD W. WELLS2022,2023 October 08, 1965 in Marshalltown, Marshall County, Iowa2024. He was born January 27, 1918 in Alma, Gratiot County, Michigan2025,2026, and died April 27, 1997 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan 2027,2028,2029.

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Notes for GERALDINE FAITH FRAZIER: From: "Record-Eagle," Friday, 28 March 2003. TRAVERSE CITY - Mrs. Geraldine L. Wells, 81, of Traverse City died Wednesday, March 26, 2003 at Munson Medical Center. Geraldine was born Jan. 30, 1922 in Winner, S.D. She retired from the Traverse City State Hospital, having worked in the nursing department for many years. Geraldine enjoyed helping others and volunteered her time to Meals on Wheels and assisted the American Red Cross at many blood drives. The Father Fred Foundation was also very important to her; she donated her efforts to the foundation with financial contributions as well as her time. Geraldine also enjoyed sewing, quilting, crocheting, gardening and her doll collection. Geraldine Wells is survived by one son, Joseph Baker of Traverse City; two daughters, Bonnie (Randy) Vanderlaan of Whitehall and Michele (Terry) Cousins of Marango, Iowa; one stepson, Jack Wells of Council Bluffs, Iowa; two special friends, Maggie Baker and Beth Davis; nine grandchildren, 33 great-grandchildren and 12 great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Harold Wells, on April 27, 1997; two sons, Michael and Kevin Feeley; an infant daughter, Debbie Feeley; and a granddaughter, Bonnie Grant. A private family graveside service will take place at Oakwood Cemetery in Traverse City. Mr. Robert Baker will officiate. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the Traverse City Chapel of Covell Funeral Homes. Memorial contributions may be directed to the Father Fred Foundation. Envelopes are available at the funeral home.

More About GERALDINE FAITH FRAZIER: Burial: Oakwood Cemetery, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan2030 Census: 1930, Hot Springs, Fall River County, South Dakota, page 7A Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Michigan2031 Social Security Number: 368-16-6632 2031 Notes for HAROLD W. WELLS: From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Tuesday, 29 April 1997. TRAVERSE CITY - Harold W. Wells, 79, passed away Sunday at his home in Traverse City. Mr. Wells had retired as a technician at Traverse City State Hospital. He was a Mason and a member of the American Legion. Born Jan. 27, 1918, in Alma, he was the son of Ernest and Nellie (Campbell) Wells. On Oct. 8, 1965, in Marshaltown, Iowa, he married Geraldine Frazier, who survives. Also surviving are three sons, Jack, Joe and Kevin; two daughters, Bonnie and Michelle; a brother, Ernest Wells; and several grandchildren. Preceding him in death were his parents, and a brother, Floyd. A private family service will be held at a later date. Memorials may be directed to Grand Traverse Area Hospice. _____________________________________________________________________ From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Thursday, 20 December 1945, page 7. Pvt. Harold Wells of Selfridge Field has been discharged from the army and is with his son, Jackie, at the McMillin home. _____________________________________________________________________ From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Thursday, 21 August 1947, page 3. FIRST SOLO FLIGHT - The following students of the flight instruction program of the Grand Traverse Air Service made their first solo flight recently: Gordon Yeomans, Keith Schwartz, Harold Wells, Raymond Avery, Robert White, Harold Otis, Edward Barth. More About HAROLD W. WELLS: Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Michigan2031 Social Security Number: 364-18-9197 2031 Son of: Ernest Wells and Nellie Campbell2032

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More About HAROLD WELLS and GERALDINE FRAZIER: Marriage: October 08, 1965, Marshalltown, Marshall County, Iowa2032 Children of GERALDINE FRAZIER and UNKNOWN BAKER are:
170. i. ii. iii. JOSEPH5 BAKER. BONNIE BAKER. MICHELLE BAKER.

Children of GERALDINE FRAZIER and UNKNOWN FEELEY are:
iv. v. vi. MICHAEL5 FEELEY, d. Bef. March 26, 2003. KEVIN FEELEY, d. Bef. March 26, 2003. DEBBIE FEELEY, d. Bef. March 26, 2003.

87. THEODORE DERWARD "TED"4 TRUDELL (LEVI FRANCIS3, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2033 was born October 08, 1918 in Winner, Tripp County, South Dakota 2034,2035, and died December 15, 1987 in Salem, Marion County, Oregon2036,2037. He married MARJORIE MARY "MARGIE" May 26, 1946 in Albany, Linn County, Oregon2037. She was born 1913, and died 1992. Notes for THEODORE DERWARD "TED" TRUDELL: From: "Albany Democrat-Herald," Thursday, 17 December 1987, page 2. Theodore Trudell, 69, Albany, died Tuesday at a Salem hospital. A memorial service will be at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Fisher Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be made to the Evergreen Hospice or American Cancer Society. Trudell was born Oct. 8, 1918, in Winner, S.D., and came to Oregon in 1944. He came from Lebanon to Albany in 1970. A truck driver for Delta Freight Lines for 42 years, he retired in 1982. He married Marjorie Mary on May 26, 1946, in Albany. She survives. He was a member of the Episcopal Church. Survivors besides his wife include a daughter, Kathryn Trudell, Albany; two sons, Thomas Trudell, Albany and Ted L. Trudell, Salem; a stepson Jerry Mary, Albany; a brother Minor V. Trudell, Veneta; a sister, Bernadine Budlong, Albany; eight grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

More About T HEODORE DERWARD "TED" TRUDELL: Burial: Twin Oaks Memorial Gardens, Linn County, Oregon Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Montana2038 Social Security Number: 516-14-7345 2038 More About MARJORIE MARY "MARGIE": Burial: Twin Oaks Memorial Gardens, Linn County, Oregon More About T HEODORE TRUDELL and MARJORIE "MARGIE": Marriage: May 26, 1946, Albany, Linn County, Oregon2039 Children of THEODORE TRUDELL and MARJORIE "MARGIE" are:
i. ii. iii. KATHRYN5 TRUDELL. THOMAS TRUDELL. TED L. TRUDELL.

88. BERNADINE MILDRED "BERNIE"4 TRUDELL (LEVI FRANCIS3, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born November 29, 1923. She married (1) L AWRENCE EDWIN BUDLONG. He was born April 20, 19152040, and died August 01, 1988 in Albany, Linn County, Oregon2040. She married (2) ROBERT MCGONIGLE. More About LAWRENCE EDWIN BUDLONG: Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Railroad Board2040 Social Security Number: 700-16-9322 2040

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Children of BERNADINE TRUDELL and LAWRENCE BUDLONG are:
171. i. ii. iii. iv. JACKSON D.5 BUDLONG, b. June 01, 1950. LARRY BUDLONG. DONALDA BUDLONG. JACK BUDLONG.

Children of BERNADINE TRUDELL and ROBERT MCGONIGLE are:
172. v. vi. ROBERTA JOSEPHINE5 MCGONIGLE. THEODORA ANN MCGONIGLE.

89. EMILY JANE4 TRUDELL (ANDREW DAVID "DAVE"3, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born June 01, 1935. She married RALPH J. DOPHEIDE. He was born 1927. Children of EMILY TRUDELL and RALPH DOPHEIDE are:
173. i. ii. iii. GREG5 DOPHEIDE. MADONNA R. DOPHEIDE, b. 1957; m. ALAN W. PLATT; b. 1951. JOHN DOPHEIDE.

90. DAVID J.4 TRUDELL (ANDREW DAVID "DAVE"3, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born December 24, 1940. Children of DAVID J. TRUDELL are:
i. ii. JEFF5 TRUDELL. KRISTIE TRUDELL.

91. IONA ALVINA4 BRANDON (JULIA EMILY HAPSTIN3 TRUDELL, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born 1912 in South Dakota2041,2042. She married JOHN JENSEN. He was born 1909 in Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota. More About IONA ALVINA BRANDON: Census: 1920, Wilson, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 8A Census 2: 1930, Township 37, Range 30, Todd County, South Dakota, page 5A More About JOHN JENSEN: Son of: John and Romena Jensen Children of IONA BRANDON and JOHN JENSEN are:
i. ii. ALBERTA J.5 JENSEN, b. December 05, 1932. JOHNNY JENSEN, b. August 15, 1934.

92. WILMA T.4 BRANDON (JULIA EMILY HAPSTIN3 TRUDELL, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born April 1913 in South Dakota2043,2044, and died November 28, 1971 in Marion County, Oregon. She married WEBSTER CHARLES IRVING. He was born February 02, 1910 in Shannon County, South Dakota2045, and died November 18, 1979 in Marion County, Oregon 2045. More About WILMA T. BRANDON: Census: 1920, Wilson, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 8A Census 2: 1930, Township 37, Range 30, Todd County, South Dakota, page 5A More About WEBSTER CHARLES IRVING: Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Oregon 2045 Social Security Number: 544-20-5689 2045 Children of WILMA BRANDON and WEBSTER IRVING are:
i. UDINE T.5 IRVING, b. October 09, 1932.

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WEBSTER CHARLES IRVING, b. November 22, 1934. CHRISTINE DELIGHT IRVING, b. August 03, 1936.

93. OPAL VELMA4 BRANDON (JULIA EMILY HAPSTIN3 TRUDELL, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born 1915 in South Dakota2046,2047. She married JACK ROBERTSON. More About OPAL VELMA BRANDON: Census: 1920, Wilson, Tripp County, South Dakota, page 8A Census 2: 1930, Township 37, Range 30, Todd County, South Dakota, page 5A Child of OPAL BRANDON and JACK ROBERTSON is:
i. ROBERT5 ROBERTSON, b. July 16, 1936.

94. IMELDA HAZEL4 BRANDON (JULIA EMILY HAPSTIN3 TRUDELL, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born March 16, 1922 in Winner, Tripp County, South Dakota 2047. She married DANIEL A. MAJORS. He was born November 11, 1903 in Roswell, Chaves County, New Mexico. More About IMELDA HAZEL BRANDON: Census: 1930, Township 37, Range 30, Todd County, South Dakota, page 5A Child of IMELDA BRANDON and DANIEL MAJORS is:
i. MICHAEL J.5 MAJORS, b. September 18, 1951, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon; d. April 16, 1956, Oregon.

95. JOSEPH FRANCIS "JOE"4 VIVIER (REBECCA3 TRUDELL, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born June 02, 1914 in Nebraska 2048,2049, and died June 1967 in Boise, Ada County, Idaho 2050. He married PEARL E. JONES January 23, 1940 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. She was born 1920. Notes for JOSEPH FRANCIS "JOE" VIVIER: When the 1920 census was taken he was living with his grandfather, Antoine Trudell, and was listed as Joseph Trudell. More About JOSEPH FRANCIS "JOE" VIVIER: Census: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Nebraska 2050 Social Security Number: 508-01-8915 2050 More About PEARL E. JONES: Daughter of: Dave Jones and Esther Campbell More About JOSEPH VIVIER and PEARL JONES: Marriage: January 23, 1940, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska Child of JOSEPH VIVIER and PEARL JONES is:
i. PAUL5 VIVIER, m. PHOEBE KILLS THE ENEMY.

96. EVELYN SELMA4 VIVIER (REBECCA3 TRUDELL, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born May 14, 1917 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska2051,2052, and died July 05, 2004 in Seattle, King County, Washington2052. She married (1) HAROLD PATRICK MACKEY. He was born March 17, 1909 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska2052,2053, and died June 06, 1994 in Seattle, King County, Washington2054. She married (2) PATRICK JAMES FRAZIER February 27, 1939 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. He was born 1915. Notes for EVELYN SELMA VIVIER: When the 1920 census was taken she was living with her grandfather, Antoine Trudell, and was listed as Eveline Trudell.

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More About EVELYN SELMA VIVIER: Census: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2B Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Iowa2054 Social Security Number: 481-16-7844 2054 More About HAROLD PATRICK MACKEY: Baptism: October 03, 1909, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, by William Holmes2055 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Colorado 2056 Social Security Number: 524-12-7042 2056 Son of: Frank Mackey and Emma2057 More About PATRICK JAMES FRAZIER: Military service: May 23, 1944, Private, U.S. Army, World War II Son of: Fred Frazier and Rebecca E. Ross More About PATRICK FRAZIER and EVELYN VIVIER: Marriage: February 27, 1939, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska Children of EVELYN VIVIER and HAROLD MACKEY are:
i. ii. MARGARET5 MACKEY. JEAN MARIE MACKEY.

97. MARTIN EDWARD4 TRUDELL (JOHN EDWARD3, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born October 18, 1934. He married (1) B ARBARA BAKER. He married (2) G RACE ROSALIE WANGEN April 29, 1961 in Washington County, Minnesota. She was born November 01, 1938. More About MARTIN TRUDELL and BARBARA BAKER: Divorce: Abt. 1961 More About GRACE ROSALIE WANGEN: Daughter of: Joseph Wangen and Ruth Evelyn Miller More About MARTIN TRUDELL and GRACE WANGEN: Divorce: March 30, 1995, Washington County, Minnesota Marriage: April 29, 1961, Washington County, Minnesota Children of MARTIN TRUDELL and BARBARA BAKER are:
i. ii. JULIE5 TRUDELL, b. April 03, 1956. TRACY K. TRUDELL, b. January 30, 1961, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa; m. THOMAS O'NEILL.

Children of MARTIN TRUDELL and GRACE WANGEN are:
iii. 174. iv. DAVID JOSEPH5 TRUDELL, b. October 31, 1959, St. Paul, Minnesota; d. August 23, 1991, Hennepin County, Minnesota; m. AMY. JEAN MARIE TRUDELL, b. March 31, 1962, Ramsey County, Minnesota.

98. GRACE MARIE4 BACON (FRANCES IRENE3 TRUDELL, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born May 29, 1936. She married DOYLE RAYMOND LOCKARD. He was born 1925. Children of GRACE BACON and DOYLE LOCKARD are:
175. 176. i. ii. iii. LESLIE5 LOCKARD. ELAINE MARIE LOCKARD. CAROL LOCKARD.

99. REBECCA CLARE4 CARSON (LUELLA BELL3 TRUDELL, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born December 03, 1927 in Nebraska 2058,2059. She married CLARENCE D. WHITNEY2060 April 10, 1948 in Vermillion, Clay County, South Dakota2061. He was born September 13, 1919 in Knox County,

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Nebraska2062,2063, and died October 22, 2003 in Avera Sacred Heart Hospital, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota2064,2065. More About REBECCA CLARE CARSON: Census: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 4A Notes for CLARENCE D. WHITNEY: From: "Norfolk Daily News," Saturday, 25 October 2003. NIOBRARA -- Memorial services for Clarence Whitney, 84, Niobrara, will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 28, at the Presbyterian Church here. The Rev. Donna Carpenter will officiate with burial in the L'Eau Qui Court Cemetery. Military rites will be conducted by American Legion Post 224 and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4834. Brockhaus Funeral Chapel of Niobrara is in charge of the arrangements. He died Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2003, at Avera Sacred Heart Hospital in Yankton.

More About CLARENCE D. WHITNEY: Burial: October 28, 2003, L'Eau Qui Court Cemetery, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska2066 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Nebraska 2067 Social Security Number: 507-12-0102 2067 More About CLARENCE WHITNEY and REBECCA CARSON: Marriage: April 10, 1948, Vermillion, Clay County, South Dakota2068 Married by: Raymond L. Collar, County Judge2068 Children of REBECCA CARSON and CLARENCE WHITNEY are:
i. ii. iii. DALE C.5 WHITNEY, b. October 14, 1948. RODNEY WHITNEY. DAVID A. WHITNEY, b. April 08, 1951.

100. CATHERINE JEWEL4 CARSON (LUELLA BELL3 TRUDELL, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born January 20, 1929 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska2069,2070. She married (1) E LVIN HRBEK December 27, 1948 in Vermillion, Clay County, South Dakota2070. He was born March 30, 1927 in Monowi, Boyd County, Nebraska2070,2071, and died September 10, 1961 in near Monowi, Body County, Nebraska 2071. She married (2) FRANK MATEJCEK February 01, 1964 in United Methodist Church, Lynch, Boyd County, Nebraska. He was born 1924 in Knox County, Nebraska2072. More About CATHERINE JEWEL CARSON: Census: 1930, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 4A More About ELVIN HRBEK: Cause of Death: Airplane crash Military service: April 11, 1945, Private, U. S. Army, World War II Soc. Sec. Card Issued: 1956, Nebraska 2073 Social Security Number: 508-48-2535 2073 More About ELVIN HRBEK and CATHERINE CARSON: Marriage: December 27, 1948, Vermillion, Clay County, South Dakota2074 Married by: L. A. Roseland, Lutheran Minister2074 More About FRANK MATEJCEK: Census: 1930, Raymond Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 2A Son of: Emil Matejcek and Anna2075 More About FRANK MATEJCEK and CATHERINE CARSON: Marriage: February 01, 1964, United Methodist Church, Lynch, Boyd County, Nebraska Children of CATHERINE CARSON and ELVIN HRBEK are:
177. i. CARSON LEE5 HRBEK, b. April 24, 1950, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota.

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LAUNA MAREE HRBEK, b. February 10, 1952, Lynch, Boyd County, Nebraska. MINA SUE HRBEK, b. June 17, 1955, Lynch, Boyd County, Nebraska. ALAN RHEA HRBEK, b. December 22, 1957, Lynch, Boyd County, Nebraska; d. March 1976, South Dakota. More About ALAN RHEA HRBEK: Cause of Death: truck accident

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Child of CATHERINE CARSON and FRANK MATEJCEK is:
vi. MONICA LYNNE5 MATEJCEK, b. September 20, 1966, Lynch, Boyd County, Nebraska. Notes for MONICA LYNNE MATEJCEK: Unmarried, no children.

101. CAROLYN LEE4 CARSON (LUELLA BELL3 TRUDELL, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) She married JACK BAKER. Child of CAROLYN CARSON and JACK BAKER is:
i. DEBRA5 BAKER.

102. CLARENCE NOLAN "BUD"4 CARSON (LUELLA BELL3 TRUDELL, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2076 was born December 15, 1936 2077, and died February 04, 2000 in Avera McKennan Hospice, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, South Dakota2077,2078. Notes for CLARENCE NOLAN "BUD" CARSON: From: "Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan," Monday, 7 February 2000. Clarence N. "Bud" Carson Jr., 63, Yankton, died Friday (Feb. 4, 2000) at Avera McKennan Hospice, Sioux Falls. Funeral services are at 2 p.m. Tuesday at First United Methodist Church, Yankton, with the Revs. Dean Trapp and Ray Francis officiating. Burial will be in the Yankton Cemetery. A memorial service for individuals, family and friends from the Yankton Area Adjustment Training Center will be at 9 a.m. Tuesday at the First United Methodist Church. Pallbearers are Rod Deacon, Jim Eckmann, Geno Healy, Carson Lee Hrbek, Dale Whitney and Rodney Whitney. Visitation is from 1-5 p.m. today (Monday) at the Ray, Cantrell & Wintz Funeral Home, Yankton. A prayer service will be at 7 p.m. today (Monday) at the First United Methodist Church followed by a 7:30 p.m. Masonic service conducted by the Bloomfield Masonic Lodge No. 218 A.F. & A.M. The family will be present at the church from 6-9 p.m. ________________________________________________________________________ From: "Yankton Press & Dakotan," Tuesday, 8 February 2000. Carson's Care For Others Remembered BY DAN SPRINGER P&D City Editor His given name was Clarence, but to the entire Yankton community he was Bud -- the man who guided the Yankton Area Adjustment Training Center for the past 22 years, and shared his love of Christ and music with the entire Yankton area. Bud Carson, 63, died Friday at the Avera McKennan Hospice in Sioux Falls. Funeral services are scheduled for 2 p.m. today (Tuesday), at First United Methodist Church, 11th and Cedar. A former school teacher and counselor in Nebraska, Carson came to Yankton in 1978 and helped turn the fledgling Community Projects Unlimited into one of South Dakota's top programs for the developmentally disabled. "The Community Projects Unlimited had been around for a couple of years and we had gone through couple of directors prior to Bud's arrival," said Dan Gergen, a founding member of the group's board of trustees. "Bud

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came in and really got things going. He organized things considerably. "We were in a facility that wasn't very conducive to the type of projects we wanted to get into. In a short time Bud had us moving in the right direction." Carson brought with him the persistence, dedication, fortitude, and knowledge necessary to oversee the construction of a permanent home for the Yankton Area Adjustment Training Center, and the planning and development of a program that would eventually change the way the Center served its consumers, Gergen said. "First and foremost Bud was an educator. Because of that, he definitely saw that the success we would have would be in education of the consumers," Gergen said. Throughout his more than two decades as Executive Director for YAATC Carson always kept the needs of the consumer as his top priority, Gergen said. However, it was while organizing plans for a new facility or finding financing for a new group home in which some of Carson was able to shine, said Yankton Contact Center co-director Mary Gannon. "Bud was a genius. There's no other way to put it," said Gannon, who, over the past 20 years worked with Carson on a variety of projects. "He was able to seek out grants, to build that facility, and develop the programs that helped so many people. "This is a program that should be an example to not just the state but the entire country. I can say I've never seen a man work as hard as Bud did. He was wonderful." During the time YAATC was expanding and changing the way services were provided to consumers so were similar facilities in other South Dakota cities. While most experienced similar expansion, directors from other agencies were constantly surprised at Carson's talents in acquiring funds from a variety of sources. Mitchell Area Adjustment Training Center Executive Director Daryl Kilstrom said Carson worked hard to make the contacts necessary to the success of the Yankton program. "Bud took a lot of pride in his relationship with state and area legislators," Kilstrom said. "All of the training centers in the state belong to a state association where we share experiences and information. "Bud would come to our meetings and talk about having conversations with (former) Sen. (Larry) Pressler or Sen. (Tom) Daschle as well as the Yankton area legislators. "Of course the vocational program in Yankton was largely supported by federal dollars that came from his relationship with these people." One of Carson's most endearing traits was that he displayed the same dedication toward other community functions as he did to the Training Center, said the Rev. Dean Trapp, Pastor at First United Methodist Church. "Bud had a genuine love and concern for people," Trapp said. "He was a joy to have around because he was always happy and complimentary and always had a good word for you. He always commented on the message and about the worship service, and of course the musical selections." For Carson, the former high school music teacher, music was his first love. With an undergraduate degree in music education from Wayne State (Neb.) College and a masters degree in music from the University of South Dakota, Carson was a long-time influence on Yankton's music community. For many years he directed his church choir, Yankton Consistory's Double Eagle Chorus, and annual community performances of Handel's "The Messiah" and Riverboat Days choirs. "His musical abilities and talents were amazing," Trapp said. "I've always thought it was a shame that vision problems in the last couple of years prevented Bud from being able to read music because I know it bothered him so much. "Even though he could no longer read the music he could always be heard above the rest of the congregation because over the years he had memorized the music and words." More than anything, Trapp said, Carson's love of others is what he will remember most. "He was always there for other people," Trapp said. "Bud was one of the last people to leave the Church because he was always talking to the other people. He enjoyed people and they enjoyed him. "Church was a very important place for Bud. His walk with Christ was very important to him." Gergen agreed that Carson's care for others was an important part of who Carson was and why YAATC grew so considerably under his guidance. "His biggest strength was that he knew every one of the consumers personally," Gergen said. "He was always there if they needed him and that was day or night and weekends. "He knew their needs and many of the individual consumers would stop by and see him." Gergen said it was this commitment to others that led Carson to earn a degree in counseling and become the Bloomfield School District's first guidance counselor. In addition to the public service, a memorial service for individuals, family and friends from the Yankton Area Adjustment Training Center will be held this morning at the church. More About CLARENCE NOLAN "BUD" CARSON:

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Burial: February 08, 2000, Yankton Cemetery, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota2078 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: 1956, Nebraska 2079 Social Security Number: 505-50-0161 2079 Child of CLARENCE NOLAN "BUD" CARSON is:
i. BENJAMIN D. "BEN"5 CARSON, b. 1971.

103. ADELE I.4 TRUDELL (MARTIN CLIFFORD3, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born May 04, 1933. She married M ARK A. LAVELLE. He was born December 06, 1935. Children of ADELE TRUDELL and MARK LAVELLE are:
i. JOHN PATRICK5 LAVELLE, b. June 10, 1960. More About JOHN PATRICK LAVELLE: Graduation: Harvard Occupation: Professor of Law, University of New Mexico School of Law ii. iii. iv. v. vi. DAVID MARTIN LAVELLE, b. January 01, 1962. TERESA MARIA LAVELLE, b. February 11, 1965. MARY ANN LAVELLE. LINDA CAROL LAVELLE. MICHELLE RENEE LAVELLE.

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104. JOHN W.4 CROSLEY (HANNAH MAY3 TRUDELL, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born 1931 in Nebraska. He married (1) M ARY. He married (2) E RIKA PETERSEN February 14, 1952 in Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska. She was born 1934 in Texas. More About ERIKA PETERSEN: Daughter of: Erich C. Petersen and Helene Sasse More About JOHN CROSLEY and ERIKA PETERSEN: Marriage: February 14, 1952, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska Children of JOHN CROSLEY and ERIKA PETERSEN are:
i. ii. iii. iv. v. CHERYL5 CROSLEY, b. Abt. 1952. JOHN CROSLEY, b. Abt. 1955. GLORIA CROSLEY, b. Abt. 1958. GEORGE CROSLEY, b. Abt. 1960, Nebraska; m. LYNETTE. JENNIFER LYNN CROSLEY, b. Abt. 1963; m. J EFFERY S. SMITH, July 19, 1986, Blair, Washington County, Nebraska; b. Abt. 1962. More About JEFFERY SMITH and JENNIFER CROSLEY: Marriage: July 19, 1986, Blair, Washington County, Nebraska

105. CARL VERNON4 CROSLEY (HANNAH MAY3 TRUDELL, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born August 05, 1935 in Nebraska. He married ELAINE M. FONER December 12, 1955 in Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska. She was born 1937. More About ELAINE M. FONER: Daughter of: Clifford Foner and Eda Jantz More About CARL CROSLEY and ELAINE FONER: Marriage: December 12, 1955, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska Children of CARL CROSLEY and ELAINE FONER are:
184. i. ii. iii. iv. MIKE5 CROSLEY, b. Abt. 1956. KYLE CROSLEY. JOSEPH CROSLEY, b. Abt. 1958. TIM CROSLEY.

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106. ROBERT4 CROSLEY (HANNAH MAY3 TRUDELL, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born Abt. 1944. He married LINDA. Child of ROBERT CROSLEY and LINDA is:
i. TINA5 CROSLEY, b. Abt. 1980; m. E RIC, June 14, 2003. More About ERIC and TINA CROSLEY: Marriage: June 14, 2003

107. CAROL MARIA4 CROSLEY (HANNAH MAY3 TRUDELL, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born December 16, 1949 in Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota. She married ROBERT L. "BOB" WORKMAN. He was born June 17, 1943 in Lincoln, Nebraska. Children of CAROL CROSLEY and ROBERT WORKMAN are:
i. ii. JENNIFER LEE5 WORKMAN, b. April 06, 1971, Boulder, Colorado; d. December 16, 1989, Waverly, Nebraska. STACEY CAROL WORKMAN, b. September 27, 1973, Lincoln, Nebraska. Notes for STACEY CAROL WORKMAN: Stacey is also known as Mia Trudeau. 185. iii. iv. PAUL ROBERT WORKMAN, b. October 14, 1974, Lincoln, Nebraska. MIA TRUDEAU.

108. EDNA C.4 CROSLEY (HANNAH MAY3 TRUDELL, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) She married DON WARREN. Child of EDNA CROSLEY and DON WARREN is:
i. STEVEN A.5 WARREN.

109. ALMA ANN4 TRUDELL (VALENTINE "VALLIE"3, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) She married (1) UNKNOWN GLEISER. She married (2) J AMES FORREST STANTON March 28, 1984 in Virginia City, Storey County, Nevada. More About JAMES STANTON and ALMA TRUDELL: Marriage: March 28, 1984, Virginia City, Storey County, Nevada Children of ALMA TRUDELL and UNKNOWN GLEISER are:
i. ii. iii. LARRY D.5 GLEISER. RICHARD "RICK" GLEISER. RONALD "RON" GLEISER.

110. MARY LOUISE4 TRUDELL (VALENTINE "VALLIE"3, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born February 23, 1939. She married (1) R AYMOND EMORY CAMPBELL. He was born November 16, 1933 in Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa2080, and died November 01, 2006 in Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa2080. She married (2) P AUL BERNHARD ROSENE December 22, 1983 in Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota. He was born April 24, 1923 in Leeds, Iowa2081,2082, and died May 24, 2007 in North Sioux City, Union County, South Dakota2083,2084. Notes for RAYMOND EMORY CAMPBELL: From: "Sioux City Journal," Sioux City, Iowa. November 5, 2006. Raymond Emory Campbell, 72, of Sioux City died Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2006, at his residence following a lengthy illness. Graveside services will be 11:30 a.m. Monday in Graceland Park Cemetery. Private family viewing will be 5 to 6 p.m. today at Meyer Brothers Morningside Chapel. Public visitation with the family present will be 6 to 8

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p.m. today, with a prayer service at 7 p.m., at the funeral home. Online condolences may be sent to www.meyerbroschapels.com. Raymond was born Nov. 16, 1933, in Sioux City, to Emory and Lucille (Bristol) Campbell. He graduated from Central High School. He served his country in the U.S. Navy during the Korean War. He was married to Mary Trudell for 20 years. To this union, three children were born. He worked as a carpenter in construction. Raymond was very proud of the fact that he built his own construction company from scratch and building many homes in the Sioux City area. Raymond enjoyed traveling all over the world flying his own planes. He loved to fish, boat and camp. After retirement, Raymond was very proud of growing and canning tomatoes. Survivors include two sons, Raymond Campbell Jr. and Edward Campbell; two daughters, Terri (Douglas) Roehrich and Lana Peterson; three brothers, Wally Baum, Eddie Baum and Jack Robinson; two sisters, Debra Memmer and Sharron Rachner; four grandchildren, Jesse Bush, James Sullivan, Britton and Brooklyn Peterson; a great-grandson, Camden Ray Bush; special friend, Rose Wright; Annette Wieck, who was like a daughter to him; and his faithful companion of 20 years who stuck by his side, Oreo, his cat. He was preceded in death by his parents; two sisters, Evelyn, in infancy and Mariane Duvall; and a granddaughter, Precious Campbell, in infancy. More About RAYMOND EMORY CAMPBELL: Burial: Graceland Park Cemetery, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa Military service: U.S. Navy, Korean War2085 Son of: Emory Campbell and Lucille Bristol2085 Notes for PAUL BERNHARD ROSENE: From: "Sioux City Journal," Saturday, 26 May 2007. Paul B. Rosene, 84, of McCook Lake, S.D., formerly of Sioux City, died Thursday, May 24, 2007 at a Sioux City hospital. Services will be 11 a.m. Tuesday at Holy Cross Lutheran Church, Dakota Dunes. The body will be donated to science and burial will be at a later date. Visitation will be from 3 to 8 p.m Monday with the family present from 6 to 8 p.m. and a prayer service at 7 p.m. at Meyer Brothers Colonial Chapel. _______________________________________________________ From: "Sioux City Journal," Sunday, 27 May 2007. Paul B. Rosene, 84, of McCook Lake, S.D., formerly of Sioux City, passed away Thursday, May 24, 2007, following a lengthy illness. A service celebrating Paul's life and his new life in Christ will be 11 a.m. Tuesday at Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 149 Bison Trail, Dakota Dunes. The body will be donated to science and burial will be at a later date. Visitation will be 3 to 8 p.m Monday, with the family present 6 to 8 p.m. and a prayer service and time of family sharing at 7 p.m., at Meyer Brothers Colonial Chapel. Paul Bernhard Rosene was born in Leeds, Iowa, on April 24, 1923, to John and Emma (Schomacker) Rosene. He was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran church. Paul graduated from Leeds High School in 1942, and entered the U.S. Army, proudly volunteering to serve his country in active combat in the Philippines during World War II. Following the war, he spent three years in V.A. hospitals in Des Moines and Minneapolis, recovering from war-related kidney disease. On April 5, 1950, Paul was united in marriage to Joyce Elaine Junck in Sioux City. This union was blessed with four loving daughters. Joyce passed away on May 8, 1976. Paul graduated from Morningside College in 1950 and the University of South Dakota School of Law in 1953. He was a partner in the Sioux City law firm, Smith and Rosene, for several years before beginning a solo law practice in Sioux City and Jefferson, S.D. Paul served on the Sioux City City Council from 1957 to 1964, and was the mayor pro-tem. He was active in community and church affairs, serving in several leadership positions. Paul was a board member for the American Indian Center in Kansas City for many years. On Dec. 22, 1983, Paul married Mary Louise Campbell at Yankton, S.D. They made their home at McCook Lake, where Paul enjoyed his retirement years reading, caring for his beloved pets, entertaining family and friends and traveling widely with Mary. He was a lifelong athlete, hunter and avid outdoorsman. Paul will be remembered for his quick wit and great sense of humor. He was devoted to his family and many friends and enjoyed challenging them with lively debates. His mind remained very sharp until the end, and he maintained a keen interest in religion, philosophy, politics, science and many other subjects. Paul was a fierce patriot, a proud veteran, a loving and devoted husband, father and grandfather and a faithful Christian.

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He was a member of Holy Cross Lutheran Church, American Legion Monahan Post 64, Disabled American Veterans, National Rifle Association and the Republican Party. Paul is survived by his wife, Mary; four daughters, Kathy Rosene of Omaha, Cindy (Thomas) Deadrick of Platte, S.D., Connie (John) Persinger and Cheri (Mike) Frankele, all of Sioux City; four grandchildren, Britni and John Paul Persinger and Elaina and Acacia Deadrick; three stepchildren, Terri (Doug) Roehrich and Eddie and Raymond Campbell, all of Sioux City; a brother, Kenneth Rosene of Sioux City; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Joyce; and sisters, Esther and Donna Rosene. In a final act of service, Paul donated his earthly remains to the University of South Dakota School of Medicine for medical research and education. More About PAUL BERNHARD ROSENE: Military service: January 28, 1943, Private, U.S. Army, World War II Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Iowa2086 Social Security Number: 485-12-2018 2086 Son of: John Rosene and Emma Shoemaker2087 More About PAUL ROSENE and MARY TRUDELL: Marriage: December 22, 1983, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota Child of MARY TRUDELL and RAYMOND CAMPBELL is:
186. i. RAYMOND5 CAMPBELL.

111. VALETTA MARIE4 TRUDELL (VALENTINE "VALLIE"3, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born February 08, 1943. She married D ONALD MICHAEL "DON" HAUGE. He was born February 18, 1937. Children of VALETTA TRUDELL and DONALD HAUGE are:
187. i. ii. STEVEN JOSEPH5 HAUGE, b. September 28, 1963, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa. STACEY LOUISE HAUGE, b. July 07, 1965, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa; m. R OBERT WESLEY TANNER. Notes for STACEY LOUISE HAUGE: Stacey has no children. 188. iii. iv. DAVID MICHAEL HAUGE, b. July 10, 1969, Big Stone County, Minnesota. KRISTI LYNN HAUGE, b. September 02, 1971, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa. Notes for KRISTI LYNN HAUGE: Kristi has no children.

Generation No. 5 112. EDITH JUANITA5 REDWING (GRACE LOTTIE4 KITTO, LUCY HINAPEWIN3 TRUDELL, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born October 16, 1913 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska2088,2089, and died December 06, 1950 in Charles Mix County, South Dakota. She married GEORGE LEO SELWYN May 24, 1930 in Lake Andes, Charles Mix County, South Dakota. He was born July 30, 19092090, and died January 1980 in Lake Andes, Charles Mix County, South Dakota2090. Notes for EDITH JUANITA REDWING: Her baptism was sponsored by William and Florence Whipple, and Mary C. Holmes. More About EDITH JUANITA REDWING: Baptism: December 21, 1913, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes2091 Confirmation: 1925, Genoa, Nance County, Nebraska2092 More About GEORGE LEO SELWYN: Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, South Dakota 2093

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Social Security Number: 504-26-60052093 Son of: Joseph Selwyn and Annie Cook More About GEORGE SELWYN and EDITH REDWING: Marriage: May 24, 1930, Lake Andes, Charles Mix County, South Dakota Child of EDITH REDWING and GEORGE SELWYN is:
i. ROBERT LOUIS6 SELWYN, b. June 30, 1933, Greenwood, Charles Mix County, South Dakota 2094,2095; d. December 19842095. Notes for ROBERT LOUIS SELWYN: His baptism was sponsored by William Whipple, H. H. Whipple, and Linda L. Whipple. More About ROBERT LOUIS SELWYN: Baptism: July 16, 1933, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by George G. Lawrence2096 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, South Dakota2097 Social Security Number: 503-30-48262097

113. LAVERNE EMMA5 REDWING (GRACE LOTTIE4 KITTO, LUCY HINAPEWIN3 TRUDELL, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born March 13, 1915 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska2097,2098, and died January 21, 1973 in Flandreau, Moody County, South Dakota2099. She married RAYMOND JOHN ALLEN September 05, 1932 in Flandreau, Moody County, South Dakota. He was born July 20, 1909 in Flandreau, Moody County, South Dakota2099, and died January 05, 1978 in Flandreau, Moody County, South Dakota2099. Notes for LAVERNE EMMA REDWING: Her baptism was sponsored by Henry and Emma James, and Rebecca Redwing. More About LAVERNE EMMA REDWING: Baptism: May 02, 1915, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes2100 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, South Dakota 2101 Social Security Number: 503-32-2513 2101 Notes for RAYMOND JOHN ALLEN:

More About RAYMOND JOHN ALLEN: Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, South Dakota 2101 Social Security Number: 504-28-3643 2101 Son of: Samuel Allen and Fannie More About RAYMOND ALLEN and LAVERNE REDWING: Marriage: September 05, 1932, Flandreau, Moody County, South Dakota Children of LAVERNE REDWING and RAYMOND ALLEN are:
189. 190. i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. x. xi. xii. RICHARD PAUL "CHUCK"6 ALLEN, b. January 19, 1934, Flandreau, Moody County, South Dakota; d. January 12, 2002. THOMAS RAY "TOM" ALLEN, b. January 27, 1935, Flandreau, South Dakota. ROBERT WILFORD ALLEN, b. June 26, 1939; d. June 16, 1957, Moody County, South Dakota. VALARIE ALLEN. HOWARD "HOWIE" ALLEN. SAMUEL HAROLD "SAM" ALLEN, m. DELORES. CLIFFORD ALLEN. DARLENE GRACE TATEWIN ALLEN, b. May 17, 1941, Pipestone, Pipestone County, Minnesota; d. October 17, 2007, Flandreau, Moody County, South Dakota. CYNTHIA JOY ALLEN. LAVONNE "BUNNY" ALLEN. JUDY ALLEN. PETE ALLEN, m. JOYCE.

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114. EDNA ELENOR5 DECORY (NELLIE LAVERNE4 KITTO, LUCY HINAPEWIN3 TRUDELL, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born May 18, 1918 in South Dakota. She married VERNIE DEVINE WHIPPLE August 17, 1940 in Valentine, Cherry County, Nebraska. He was born August 01, 1919 in Parmalee, Todd County, South Dakota, and died August 15, 1989 in Ft. Meade Veteran's Hospital, South Dakota. More About VERNIE DEVINE WHIPPLE: Burial: Black Hills National Cemetery, South Dakota, Section G, Site 7453 Military service: Bet. June 17, 1944 - December 21, 1945, World War II, PFC, U. S. Army Son of: Charles Whipple and Susan McCloskey More About VERNIE WHIPPLE and EDNA DECORY: Marriage: August 17, 1940, Valentine, Cherry County, Nebraska Children of EDNA DECORY and VERNIE WHIPPLE are:
i. ii. ANITA DIANE6 WHIPPLE, b. July 31, 1941, Rosebud, Todd County, South Dakota. VERN RICHARD WHIPPLE2102, b. March 12, 1945; d. June 09, 1986, Brazos River, Granbury, Hood County, Texas2102. Notes for VERN RICHARD WHIPPLE: From: "Hood County News," Thursday, 12 June 1986, page 1. County Records First Drowning Hood County recorded its first drowning of the year Monday evening as a result of a tragic accident at deCordova Dam in southern Hood County. According to Justice of Peace George Smith, 41-year-old Richard Verne Whipple, of Fort Worth, drowned while white water inner tubing in the Brazos River on the north side of the dam. Smith stated Whipple was launching his inner tube at the base of the dam and riding rapids caused by the release of water downstream through the flood gates when he and the inner tube were sucked under by the current. According to Smith, four witnesses stated Whipple was separated from the inner tube in the white water and drowned almost immediately. The Fort Worth man was wearing a life jacket at the time of his death.

More About VERN RICHARD WHIPPLE: Cause of Death: Drowning2102

115. UNKNOWN5 DECORY (NELLIE LAVERNE4 KITTO, LUCY HINAPEWIN3 TRUDELL, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) She married UNKNOWN HACKFORD. Child of UNKNOWN DECORY and UNKNOWN HACKFORD is:
i. KENNETH RAY6 HACKFORD, b. April 20, 1957, Roosevelt L.D.S. Hospital, Roosevelt, Duchesne County, Utah2103; d. July 24, 2005, Roosevelt, Duchesne County, Utah2103. More About KENNETH RAY HACKFORD: Soc. Sec. Card Issued: 1973, Utah 2103 Social Security Number: 528-96-5783 2103

116. OPAL ELIZABETH5 DECORY (NELLIE LAVERNE4 KITTO, LUCY HINAPEWIN3 TRUDELL, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born January 07, 1925 in South Dakota, and died March 1962 in Vernal, Uintah County, Utah. She married CLIFTON JAMES HACKFORD. He was born 1925 in Utah. Child of OPAL DECORY and CLIFTON HACKFORD is:
i. JUDITH CORY6 HACKFORD, b. March 07, 1962.

117. EDITH MARIE5 DECORY (NELLIE LAVERNE4 KITTO, LUCY HINAPEWIN3 TRUDELL, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born 1929 in South Dakota2104. She married LARRY DEAN DOTTER December 12, 1947 in Vermillion, Clay County, South Dakota2104. He was born May 1929 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska2104,2105.

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More About LARRY DEAN DOTTER: Census: 1930, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, page 4A Son of: Eldon Dotter2105 More About LARRY DOTTER and EDITH DECORY: Marriage: December 12, 1947, Vermillion, Clay County, South Dakota2106 Married by: Raymond L. Collar, County Judge2106 Child of EDITH DECORY and LARRY DOTTER is:
i. LARRY DEAN6 DOTTER, b. May 14, 1948, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska2107. More About LARRY DEAN DOTTER: Baptism: May 30, 1948, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, by Thomas Rouillard2107

118. WILFRED HAROLD5 KITTO (WILFRED RAYMOND "RAY"4, LUCY HINAPEWIN3 TRUDELL, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2108 was born July 03, 1941 in Winnebago Hospital, Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska2109,2110, and died March 07, 2003 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 2110. He married SHIRLEY ANN LLEWELLYN 1962 in Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota2110. Notes for WILFRED HAROLD KITTO: From: "Yankton Press & Dakotan," Yankton, SD, Saturday, 8 March 2003. SANTEE, Neb. -- Wilfred Harold Kitto, age 61, of Santee, Neb., passed away Friday, March 7, 2003, at his residence after a courageous battle with cancer. Memorial services will be 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 11, 2003, at Our Most Merciful Savior Episcopal Church, Santee, Neb., with the Rev. Allen Kitto and the Rev. David Hussey officiating. Burial of the cremated remains will be in the parish cemetery. Visitations will begin Saturday evening in the Oyate Oyanke Community Center, Santee, through service time on Tuesday. Kostel Funeral Home, Yankton, is in charge of arrangements. Wilfred was born July 3, 1941, at Winnebago, Neb., to Wilfred Ray and Myrtle (LaCroix) Kitto. He attended Elementary School at Santee, Neb., and St. Elizabeth's at Wakpala, S.D. At 17, with his father's help, enlisted in the US Navy on Feb. 20, 1959, and was honorably discharged Feb. 24, 1965. He married Shirley Llewellyn in 1962 in Yankton, S.D. He was employed through out his entire life practicing many trades and was well known for his hard work. He is survived by his wife, Shirley of Des Moines, Iowa; four sons: Willie Kitto of Sioux City, Iowa; Tommy Rae Kitto of Ottumwa, Iowa; Robert Kitto of Santee, Neb.; and Vern Kitto of Pine Island, Minn.; stepson, Rick of Texas; one daughter, Angela of Omaha, Neb.; and stepdaughter, Rose Ann Halla of Owatonna, Minn.; one brother, Jerry Kitto of Santee, Neb.; and one sister, Lucy Kitto of Santee, Neb.; and 12 grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers. ________________________________________________________________ His baptism was sponsored by Guy Laurence, Emmerson Saul, and Jane Laurence. More About WILFRED HAROLD KITTO: Baptism: November 09, 1941, Holy Faith Church, Bloomfield, Nebraska, performed by Sidney Bearsheart2111 Burial: March 11, 2003, Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska2112 Military service: Bet. February 20, 1959 - February 24, 1965, U.S. Navy 2112 More About WILFRED KITTO and SHIRLEY LLEWELLYN: Marriage: 1962, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota2112 Children of WILFRED KITTO and SHIRLEY LLEWELLYN are:
i. WILFRED HAROLD "WILLIE"6 KITTO, b. December 01, 1963, Wagner, Charles Mix County, South Dakota2113. Notes for WILFRED HAROLD "WILLIE" KITTO:

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His baptism was sponsored by Walter and Irene Smith, and Arthur Thornton. More About WILFRED HAROLD "WILLIE" KITTO: Baptism: August 22, 1965, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, by Vine Deloria2113 ii. ROBERT GENE "BOBBY" KITTO2114,2115, b. January 16, 1968, Tyndall, Bon Homme County, South Dakota2116,2117,2118; d. November 07, 2003, Knox County, Nebraska 2119,2120,2121; m. MILLIE DENNEY. Notes for ROBERT GENE "BOBBY" KITTO: From: "Yankton Press & Dakotan," Yankton, SD, Saturday, 8 November 2003. Santee Man Dies In Friday Auto Accident From P&D Staff Reports CROFTON, Neb. -- A Santee, Neb., man has died following a one-vehicle accident near Crofton, Neb., early Friday morning. According to investigating officers, Robert G. Kitto, 35, was killed in a one-vehicle rollover at about 3 a.m. Friday. Kitto was heading south on Highway 121 when he drifted off the road and lost control of his 1991 Ford Bronco. Kitto was alone in his vehicle and was not wearing seat belts at the time of the accident, according to Knox County Sheriff Jim Janecek. Kitto was ejected from his vehicle and died immediately from internal injuries, the sheriff said. The accident was reported at 4:23 a.m. Friday by a passing motorist who came upon the accident scene one mile south of Spur 54C on Highway 121. A Nebraska State Patrol trooper and an investigator from the sheriff's office responded to the call. Kitto was taken to Kostel Funeral Home in Yankton. _________________________________________________________ From: "Yankton Press & Dakotan," Yankton, SD, Monday, 10 November 2003. SANTEE, Neb. -- Robert "Bobby" Gene Kitto, age 35, of Santee, Neb., passed away early Friday morning (November 7, 2003) near Crofton, Neb., as a result of a motor vehicle accident. Funeral service will be 2 p.m. Tuesday, November 11, 2003, at Our Most Merciful Savior Episcopal Church, Santee, Neb., with Rev. David Hussey officiating. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. Visitations will begin 12 p.m. Saturday, November 8, 2003, at his residence of 115 Red Iron Avenue, Santee, Neb., until 2 p.m. Monday, November 10, 2003. Visitations will resume at 3 p.m. Monday, November 10, 2003, at the Oyate Oyanke Community Center, Santee, Neb., with a 7 p.m. prayer service and will continue until the funeral service on Tuesday. Kostel Funeral Home, Yankton, is in charge of arrangements. Robert G. Kitto was born January 16, 1968, to Wilfred H. Kitto Sr. and Shirly Ann Llewellyn (Kitto). He loved boating, fishing, hunting and working on vehicles. He was proud to be a member of the Santee Sioux Nation Fire Department and Storm Watcher. He worked for the Santee H.E.A.R.T. Program and he ran the Dakotah Kitchen. He was recently employed with the Santee Sioux Housing Authority. He had a big heart and helped anyone whenever he could. He was married to Millie (Denny) Kitto. He has one son, Cory Allen, and one daughter, Shaylee Campbell. He also has two stepsons, Brent and Colten, and one step-daughter, Brittany. He's survived by his mother, Shirley Llewellyn (Kitto); and four brothers: Rick Kitto (Ross), who resides in Texas; Wilfred H. Kitto Jr. of Sioux City, Iowa; Thomas Ray Kitto of Ottumwa, Iowa; and Vern Ray Kitto of Pine Island, Minn.; two sisters: Rose Ann Hall of Owatonua, Minn., and Angela Salas of Omaha, Neb.; his Aunt Lucy (Kitto) Bearing and Uncle Jerry Kitto, with numerous nieces and nephews. ______________________________________________________________ His baptism was sponsored by Richard L. Kitto, Grace Chapman, and Herman Chapman.

More About ROBERT GENE "BOBBY" KITTO: Baptism: May 05, 1968, Holy Faith Church, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, by Sidney Martin 2122 Burial: November 11, 2003, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska2123 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bet. 1981 - 1982, Nebraska2124 Social Security Number: 507-06-55112124 iii. iv. v. THOMAS RAY "TOMMY" KITTO. VERN RAY KITTO, b. January 1972. ANGELA KITTO, m. UNKNOWN SALAS.

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119. GERALD DUANE "JERRY"5 KITTO (WILFRED RAYMOND "RAY"4, LUCY HINAPEWIN3 TRUDELL, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2125 was born November 01, 1947 in Bloomfield, Knox County, Nebraska2125,2126, and died November 14, 2007 in Norfolk, Madison County, Nebraska 2127. He married (1) CHERYL. He married (2) M EREDITH KAY JAMES. He married (3) S HIRLEY A. 1970. Notes for GERALD DUANE "JERRY" KITTO: From: "Press & Dakotan," 16 November 2007. SANTEE, Neb. -- Gerald "Jerry" Duane Kitto, age 60, of Santee, NE passed away on Wednesday, November 14, 2007, at the Golden Living Center-Norfolk, Norfolk, NE. Funeral services will be 11:00 a.m. Saturday, November 17, 2007, at Oyate Oyanke Community Center with Holy Communion at the Our Most Merciful Savior Episcopal Church, Santee, NE with Rev. David Hussey officiating. Burial will be in the Congregational Cemetery, Santee, NE. Visitations begin Thursday evening and continue until service time on Saturday with prayer services at 8:00 p.m. each evening. Kostel Funeral Home and Crematory of Yankton is in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers will be Roger Trudell, Jim James, Gary Veseley, Butch Denny, Terry Whipple, Marion Brandt, Jerry James and Dave Henry. Honorary pallbearers are all his family and friends. Jerry worked most of his life in the construction field, retiring recently due to his declining health. Up to his time of death, Jerry was a member of the Tribal Council of the Santee Sioux Nation of Nebraska. Jerry is survived by his wife, Cheryl; daughters: Mawana and Monica; sons: Jerry, Jason and Justin; grandchildren: Adam, David, Jared, Shaelyn, Sophie, Caiden, Darlene, Erika, Waniyetu and Wolfgang; his sister, Lucy Bearing; as well as many nieces and nephews and great friends. Jerry was preceded in death by his parents, Myrtle (LaCroix) and Ray Kitto; his stepfather, Luther Kitto; and brothers: Wilfred, Richard and Dean.

More About GERALD DUANE "JERRY" KITTO: Burial: November 17, 2007, Congregational Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska2127 Confirmation: May 18, 1959, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, by George Selwyn2128 More About GERALD KITTO and SHIRLEY A.: Divorce: 1973 Marriage: 1970 Children of GERALD KITTO and CHERYL are:
i. ii. iii. iv. v. MAWANA6 KITTO. MONICA KITTO. JERRY KITTO. JASON KITTO. JUSTIN KITTO.

Child of GERALD KITTO and MEREDITH JAMES is:
vi. GERALD DUANE6 KITTO, b. July 17, 1972, Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska 2129. Notes for GERALD DUANE KITTO: His baptism was sponsored by Robert Dean Kitto, and Jimmy and Donna James. More About GERALD DUANE KITTO: Baptism: March 04, 1973, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska 2129

120. ROBERT LOUIS5 LEEDOM (FLORENCE RACHEL4 TRUDELL, LOUIS3, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born January 23, 1936 in Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa. Child of ROBERT LOUIS LEEDOM is:

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121. LESLIE KEITH "LES"5 TRUDELL (HARRIS ALLEN "HARRY"4, LOUIS3, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2130 was born November 05, 1946 in Winnebago, Nebraska 2131,2132, and died December 19, 1993 in Oakland, Alameda County, California2133,2134. Notes for LESLIE KEITH "LES" TRUDELL: From: "Sioux City Journal," Sioux City, IA, 21 October 1998. Two found guilty in murder of former Siouxland man. The conviction of two men for the murder of her brother in Oakland, Calif., will help bring the tragedy of his death to closure for his family, his sister, Trudy Trudell-Shortenhaus of Sioux City said Tuesday night. Les Trudell, 47, was killed Dec. 19, 1993. Another man and a woman also were killed and two other people were wounded in what authorities called a massacre in Oakland. Trudell was born and raised in South Sioux City and moved to Oakland two years ago to work with Indian children and the elderly to teach them Native American arts and crafts. The trial started Sept. 21 in Alameda County Unified Superior Court. On Tuesday afternoon, a jury convicted Matthew Eric Souza, 23, and his brother, Michael Anthony Souza, 24, of first-degree murder. The jury deliberated for about two days, the Oakland Tribune reported. The jury found that both brothers used firearms to commit the rampage. "Initially, I am very relieved (at the verdict) and that we finally can put this to rest," Trudell-Shortenhaus said. "That's not to say we will ever forget my brother. But, Les was all about truth. He would have wanted to have justice served in the matter." Even though Trudell-Shortenhaus said the Souza brothers turned themselves into authorities nine days after the murders, it took almost five years to bring the defendants to trial because of the case backload in Alameda County. Trudell-Shortenhaus said she and another sister, Pat, and her husband, Jerry Gordon, of Sioux City, attended much of the trial. The trial "gave my family many of the answers to the many, many questions we have had over the years," Trudell-Shortenhaus said. "Les was at a private party where they were doing a fundraiser for a Native American health care center. "They shot him in the back and in the back of the head. The pathologist testified that Les lived for two heartbeats. The other man died instantly and the woman suffered the longest for about 20 minutes," she said. "It was a quiet house party," Trudell-Shortenhaus said. "They were socializing. My brother hardly had any trace of alcohol in his system." From the testimony, she said her family learned that her brother "was trying to help someone else" when he was killed. The shooting took place after the Souza brothers went to the Oakland apartment from which their mother had been thrown out a few hours earlier. During the trial, the prosecutor said Rebecca Souza was thrown out of the apartment when the hostess thought she was flirting with another woman's boyfriend. A few hours later, her sons, Michael and Matthew, ages 19 and 18, respectively, arrived with a third man, the Oakland Tribune reported. Michael Souza had a shotgun, while Matthew was armed with a .223-caliber assault rifle. The third man, who never has been identified or charged, had a .25-caliber handgun. Carmine said Matthew Souza and the unidentified gunman raked the apartment with bullets after a party-goer rushed Michael Souza. "Everybody liked Les," his sister recalled. Before moving to Oakland two years ago, he worked for 14 years with the Sioux City-based Indian Youth of America, which ran a number of summer programs in Arizona and the Black Hills. Trudell, who was born on Nov. 5, 1946, in Winnebago, Neb., attended South Sioux City schools and was a Vietnam veteran. He served as a medic in the 87th Airborne All American Division in Vietnam, from 1967-69. He is survived by two daughters, Tiffany Tuttle of Omaha and Marta Marin of Vancouver, Wash.; two brothers, Edward of South Sioux City and Richard of Oakland; and four sisters, Jeannie Jackson and Tracy Trudell-Jones, both of South City City, and Gordon and Trudell-Shortenhaus of Sioux City. He was preceded in death by his parents and a sister, Fran Trudell-Cooper.

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Social Security Number: 505-60-28612135 Children of LESLIE KEITH "LES" TRUDELL are:
i. ii. TIFFANY6 TRUDELL, m. UNKNOWN TUTTLE. MARTA TRUDELL, m. UNKNOWN MARIN.

122. FRANCETTA M. "FRAN"5 TRUDELL-COOPER (HARRIS ALLEN "HARRY"4 TRUDELL, LOUIS3, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2136 was born March 22, 1950 in Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska2136, and died August 05, 1997 in Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa2136. She married (3) B OBBY COOPER 1988 in Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, South Dakota2136. Notes for FRANCETTA M. "FRAN" TRUDELL-COOPER: From: "Sioux City Journal," Sioux City, IA, 8 August 1997. Francetta M. Trudell-Cooper, 47, of Sioux City died unexpectedly Tuesday, Aug. 5, 1997, at a Sioux City hospital. Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Boniface Catholic Church, with the Rev. Marvin J. Boes officiating. Burial will be in Congregational Cemetery at Santee, Neb. Visitation began at 4 p.m. Thursday and will continue through 9 a.m. Saturday, with a prayer vigil services at 7 p.m. today with the Rev. Marvin J. Boes officiating, at St. Paul's Indian Mission in Sioux City. Mrs. Trudell-Cooper was born March 22, 1950, in Winnebago, Neb., the daughter of Harry A. and Viola L. (Rouillard) Trudell. She attended school in South Sioux City. She married Bobby Cooper in 1988, at Sioux Falls, S.D. She had been a resident of Sioux City most of her life. She was a homemaker. She was a member of the Santee Dakota Sioux Tribe of Nebraska. Survivors include her husband; a son, Joshua Matsushige at home; two daughters, Leslie and Tenile Trudell, both of Omaha, Neb.; two brothers and their wives, Ed and Jeanie Trudell of South Sioux City and Richard and Janeen Trudell of Piedmont, Calif.; and four sisters, Jeannie Jackson and Tracy and her husband Alvin Jones, all of South Sioux City, Patricia and her husband Jerry Gordon and Trudy Trudell-Shortenhaus and her husband Joe Shortenhaus, all of Sioux City. She was preceded in death by her parents and a brother, Les Trudell. Pallbearers will be Gary Dean, Henry "Butch" and George Trudell, Dennis Red Owl, Landon and Jerry Gordon. More About FRANCETTA M. "FRAN" TRUDELL-COOPER: Burial: August 09, 1997, Congregational Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska2136 More About BOBBY COOPER and FRANCETTA TRUDELL-COOPER: Marriage: 1988, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, South Dakota2136 Children of FRANCETTA M. "FRAN" TRUDELL-COOPER are:
i. ii. LESLIE6 TRUDELL. TENILE TRUDELL.

Child of FRANCETTA M. "FRAN" TRUDELL-COOPER is:
iii. JOSHUA JOSEPH6 MATSUSHIGE2137, b. December 11, 1981 2137; d. December 29, 1997, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa2137. Notes for JOSHUA JOSEPH MATSUSHIGE: From: "Sioux City Journal," Sioux City, IA, 31 December 1997. Joshua Joseph Matsushige, 16, of Sioux City died Monday, Dec. 29, 1997, at his residence. Services will be at 10 a.m. Friday at St. Paul's Indian Mission, with the Rev. F. David Titus officiating. Burial will be in Winnebago Cemetery at Winnebago, Neb. Traditional wake services and visitation began Tuesday, Dec. 30 and will continue until service time Friday at the church. Joshua was born Dec. 11, 1981. He was a 10th grade student at East High School. He was employed part time for Wheel Chair Transportation. He had been living with Rita Lingle and three foster boys, Gabriel, Jeff and Jake. Survivors include a brother, Elden Matsushige; three sisters, Linette John of Sioux City and Leslie and Tenile

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123. PATRICIA A. "PAT"5 TRUDELL (HARRIS ALLEN "HARRY"4, LOUIS3, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born August 24, 1943 in Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa. She married JERRY A. GORDON2138 January 01, 1963 in South Sioux City, Dakota County, Nebraska2138. He was born September 15, 1937 in Sergeant Bluff, Woodbury County, Iowa2138, and died July 31, 2004 in Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa2138. Notes for PATRICIA A. "PAT" TRUDELL: From: "Sioux City Journal," Sioux City, IA, 13 November 2000. Indian Youth founder promotes positive image By Joanne Fox Native American Heritage Month is traditionally noted in November. Patricia Trudell Gordon, a member of the Santee Sioux Tribe of Nebraska, asked, "What about the other 11 months?" and her answer is a national group she founded in the late 1970s which fosters a positive sense of the Indian heritage for young people. Indian Youth of America (IYA) provides opportunities and experiences that aid Indian children in their educational, career, cultural and personal growth. It creates ways for Indian youth to explore educational and career choices, develop leadership skills and enrich their lives through inter-tribal friendships. "I think it is very important to give children opportunities and experiences to help them grow," she said. "I was not afforded many of those opportunities as a young girl." Vita Name: Patricia Trudell Gordon Hometown: Grew up on the Winnebago Indian Reservation; has lived in Morningside for 37 years Education: 1962 South Sioux City High School graduate; 1977 Morningside College graduate; 1992 University of California-Berkeley law school graduate. Honors: Distinguished Alumni award from Morningside College in 1987 and Sioux City Sertoma Service to Mankind Award; local, district, regional and international awards in 1983 Professional: Founder and director of Indian Youth of America Personal: Married to Jerry Gordon for 37 years; four daughters, one son; 16 grandchildren How she's making a difference: as founder and executive director of Indian Youth of America; providing opportunities and experiences which aid Indian children in their educational, career, cultural and personal growth Gordon became an activist for the Native American cause when her four daughters were in Brownies. "I noticed there were few Indian girls in the Scouting program, so I decided to start my own troop for the Indian girls," she said. She began raising money for the Scouting uniforms, because most of the girls were from economically disadvantaged families. She took it to the next level, and ended up raising money for everything associated with the troop. Gordon developed IYA as an outgrowth of a summer youth camp program she started in 1976. She founded the camp with assistance from her brother who was then director of the Indian Lawyer Training Program of Oakland, Calif. The first camp was on the Warm Springs Reservation in Oregon. Today, the camp serves thousands of Indian youths from 170 tribes and 27 states. Other summer youth camps have been conducted in Arizona and South Dakota.

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By the end of that first summer, Gordon had envisioned a comprehensive Indian youth organization that would be dedicated to improving the lives of Indian children nationwide. "I noticed the kids at the camp didn't have a grasp of their culture," she explained of her decision to establish the group. IYA was incorporated in 1978, as a nonprofit, charitable, national Indian service organization. It is headquartered in Sioux City and serves about 1,500 Indian children and families annually through its programs and activities. Its motto is "They are young once, but Indian forever." The organization also serves as a resource clearinghouse; a nationwide information, referral and advocacy service to research and disseminate information relevant to the needs and welfare of Indian youth and families across the country. "People call us from all over," Gordon said. "If we can't provide them with the information, then we can refer them to other agencies." IYA provides a number of direct services in Sioux City, including crisis intervention, substance abuse prevention, special workshops, an annual Christmas party and an after-school program. "I'm very proud of all the programs we offer, but I think the after-school program is very effective," Gordon said. The program was established almost 20 years ago as a deterrent to juvenile delinquency. The program is held at the Cook Park Shelter, Monday through Thursday, from 3:30 to 5 p.m. A variety of educational, recreational, cultural and artistic activities are offered, along with peer counseling for economically disadvantaged Indian and multi-racial children, ages 8 to 13. Years after her graduation from South Sioux High School, but during the early beginnings of the IYA, Gordon decided to pursue a college degree. "I always wanted to go back to school and get a degree," she said. "I was very interested in working with children, so I majored in social work and psychology." Almost a dozen years after her Morningside graduation in 1977, she decided to earn a law degree. "Over the years, I felt powerless because I did not have the legal skills and credentials that would allow me to serve the Indian children more fully," she said. She applied and was accepted at the University of California-Berkeley. She was awarded a juris doctorate from Boalt Hall School of Law in 1992. After graduating from law school, Gordon worked as a staff attorney for the U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs for Sen. Daniel Inouye in the nation's capital. She also worked as a legislative assistant for the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation in their Washington, D.C. office. "But my home is here," she stressed of remaining in Siouxland. Originally, the IYA offices were in Morningside. From 1987 to the end of last year, the group operated out of the Badgerow Building. Presently, IYA is in the lower level of the light, brick building at the corner of Seventh and Jackson streets. Once remodeling on the upper level is completed, the offices will move upstairs, sometime in January. The more-visible, high traffic location for IYA on Jackson Street should help with what Gordon called "Sioux City's best-kept secret." However, challenges remain. "It's frustrating when I see our organization not being given the same opportunities as other nonprofit agencies," she admitted. "It's sometimes difficult to raise money for our programs." Indian Youth of America is a distinct and entirely separate entity from the Indian Center in Sioux City. Currently, it is not a United Way agency. The majority of the IYA funding comes from outside the tri-state area. The organization receives no federal money, Gordon explained. The mother of five and grandmother of 16 said her passion in life "has always been to make a positive difference" in the lives of Indian children. "I believe that every child is entitled to opportunities and experiences that will enable them to establish a selfsupporting life, while always remembering that their background will be their strength and pride," she said.

Notes for JERRY A. GORDON: From: "Sioux City Journal," Sioux City, IA, 4 August 2004. Jerry A. Gordon, 66, of Sioux City died Saturday, July 31, 2004, at a Sioux City hospital following a brief illness. A sunrise services will be at 6 a.m. Wednesday and a funeral service at 10 a.m. Wednesday, all at his residence, 3161 Bushnell St., in Sioux City, with Rick Thomas and family and the Rev. Marvin Boes officiating. Burial will be in Logan Park Cemetery. Visitation will begin today and continue until service time Wednesday,

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with a prayer service at 7 p.m. today, at his residence. Arrangements are under the direction of Meyer Brothers Colonial Chapel. Mr. Gordon was born Sept. 15, 1937, in Sergeant Bluff, the son of Cecil and Pauline (McAdams) Niemela. He married Patricia A. Trudell on Jan. 1, 1963, in South Sioux City. He was a hard worker all his life and took great pride in the work that he did. He began working at the early age of 15. He worked at the Sioux City Brick Yard in the early 1950s. He worked for his uncle at Wayne Gordon's Body Shop and the Sioux City Foundry. He worked for more than 35 years in local packing houses, Needham's, Floyd Valley, Dakota Pork and Butchers. More recently, he worked for the city of Sioux City with the parks department and was lovingly referred to by his family as the "Park Nazi." He loved to read and learn about Sioux City's history. He was the host of the "Coffee Talk" at Johnnie Mars Restaurant for many years. His coffee buddies call him the "Historian." He loved to watch his History, Discovery and the national news channels on television. He enjoyed car races, stock cars, sprint cars and was a huge fan of NASCAR racing. He had a love for old cars and recently was the proud owner of a 1931 Model A. Ford Coupe. He was well known and well liked and had many friends, too numerous to mention. His grandchildren were very special to him. He was always there for them whenever they needed him. He attended all of their sporting events, he was their biggest fan. He was married to a Santee Dakota Native American woman for more than 41 years. He was a humble and generous man and because of his love, understanding and respect for the Dakota ways, he requested a traditional Native American funeral. Survivors include his wife, Patricia; his mother, Pauline of Sioux City; a son and his fiancee, Landon Gordon and Kari Lou Patterson of Ankeny, Iowa; four daughters, Trudy and her husband, Joe Shortenhaus, Paige, Robin and Jeri "Lynnie" Gordon and her fiance, Dexel Harris, all of Sioux City; two brothers and their wives, David and Susie and Jon and Charlene, all of Sioux City; a sister and her husband, Dawn and Kevin Woock of Sioux City; and 16 grandchildren, Tate, Prairie Rose, Owen, Jerry, Dexel, Sophie, Sadee, Denvy, Sage, Summer, Landon, Jeremiah, Justine, Hunter and twins, Ryan and Riley. He was preceded in death by his father, Cecil; a brother, Ronald; and a sister, Mary Jo. Pallbearers will be Sonny, Butch, Corky, Jeremy and Tate Gordon, Dick Malloy, Jimmy Cole and John Baryo. Honorary pallbearers will be Jim Baker, Gary Jones, Gary Moore, Don Frederick, Johnny and Carl Merchant. More About JERRY A. GORDON: Burial: August 04, 2004, Logan Park Cemetery, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa2138 Son of: Cecil and Pauline Gordon2138 More About JERRY GORDON and PATRICIA TRUDELL: Marriage: January 01, 1963, South Sioux City, Dakota County, Nebraska2138 Children of PATRICIA TRUDELL and JERRY GORDON are:
i. ii. iii. iv. LANDON A.6 GORDON, b. 1970; m. KARI LOU PATTERSON. PAIGE GORDON. ROBIN GORDON. JERI "LYNNIE" GORDON, m. DEXEL HARRIS.

124. EDWARD LOUIS "ED"5 TRUDELL (HARRIS ALLEN "HARRY"4, LOUIS3, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2139 was born March 31, 1938 in Winnebago, Thurston County, Oregon2139, and died July 12, 1999 in Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa2139,2140. He married MARY JEAN "JEANIE" WISEMAN2140 October 06, 1966 in South Sioux City, Dakota County, Nebraska2141,2142. She was born June 23, 1942 in Homer, Nebraska2142, and died April 17, 2008 in South Sioux City, Dakota County, Nebraska2142. Notes for EDWARD LOUIS "ED" TRUDELL: From: "Sioux City Journal," Sioux City, IA, 14 July 1999. SOUTH SIOUX CITY - Edward L. Trudell, 61, of South Sioux City died unexpectedly Monday, July 12, 1999, at a Sioux City hospital. Services will be 9:30 a.m. Thursday at Meyer Brothers Colonial Chapel, with the Rev. Gerald Hartz of St.Luke's Regional Medical Center officiating. Burial will be in Dakota City Cemetery, with military rites conducted by American Legion Post 376 of Dakota City. Visitation will be 2 to 9 p.m. today, with the family present 7 to 9 p.m. and a prayer service at 7:30 p.m., at the funeral home. Mr. Trudell was born March 31, 1938, in Winnebago, Neb., the son of Harry A. and Viola L. (Rouillard)

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Trudell. He enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1956 and served for four years. He married Jean Wiseman on Oct. 6, 1966, in South Sioux City. He was employed as an iron worker with Local 184. He enjoyed the outdoors and was active in field trial competition. Survivors include his wife; four sons, Patrick of Lincoln, Neb., Ronald of South Sioux City, Rex of Emporia, Kan., and Donald of Kansas City, Kan.; a daughter, Barbara Ann Vondrak of Hinton, Iowa; two brothers, Richard of Piedmont, Calif., and Michael of Texas; five sisters, Jeannie Jackson and Tracy Jones, both of South Sioux City, Pat Gordon and Trudy Rouillard Shortenhaus, both of Sioux City and Daylene Dishman of Texas; 15 grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; a brother, Les; and a sister, Fran. Pallbearers will be Scott Sevier, Brian and Tom Uhl, John Carpenter, Kim Wenger, Brent Jackson and Landon Gordon.

More About EDWARD LOUIS "ED" TRUDELL: Burial: July 15, 1999, Dakota City Cemetery, Dakota, Dakota County, Nebraska2143 Military service: Bet. 1956 - 1960, U.S. Navy 2143 Notes for MARY JEAN "JEANIE" WISEMAN: From: "Sioux City Journal," Saturday, 19 April 2008. South Sioux City -- M. Jean Trudell, 65, of South Sioux City died Thursday, April 17, 2008, at her residence following a brief illness with cancer. Services will be 1:30 p.m. Monday at Becker-Hunt Funeral Home, South Sioux City. Burial will be in the Dakota City Cemetery. Visitation will be from 3 to 8 p.m. Sunday with the family present from 6 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home. ________________________________________________________________ From: "Sioux City Journal," Sioux City, IA, Sunday, 20 April 2008. SOUTH SIOUX CITY -- M. Jean Trudell, 65, of South Sioux City passed away Thursday, April 17, 2008, at her residence following a brief illness with cancer. Services will be 1:30 p.m. Monday at Becker-Hunt Funeral Home, with the Rev. Neva Thorn Perdue, Hospice of Siouxland chaplain, officiating. Burial will be in Dakota City Cemetery. Visitation will be 3 to 8 p.m. today, with the family present 6 to 8 p.m., at the funeral home. Mary Jean was born June 23, 1942, in Homer, Neb., the daughter of William R. and Mary E. (Shatka) Wiseman. She graduated from Homer High School in 1960. She married Edward L. Trudell in 1966. She was employed 30 years for the South Sioux City Community Schools and was a secretary for the Local 801 UEMW of America. She was a member of St. Michael Catholic Church in South Sioux City and the American Legion Auxiliary, Buckland Post 97 of Homer. Her hobbies were gardening, crossword puzzles and camping and vacationing with her best friend, Shirley. She was a warm, loving and caring person and was known as Mom or Grandma to everybody. The family would like to extend a special thank you to Hospice of Siouxland. Survivors include three sons and their wives, Ron and Brenda Barto of Sioux City, Rex and Nora Barto of Dike, Iowa, and Don and Natalie Madison of Cleveland, Mo.; a daughter, Barbara A. Vondrac Trudell of Tea, S.D.; four brothers, Bill Wiseman of Homer, Neb., Richard Wiseman of Dakota City, and Ed and Bob Wiseman, both of Washington; a sister, Cinda Haralson of Spencer, Texas; and 18 grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Edward, who passed away on July 12, 1999, in South Sioux City; her son, Patrick Barclay; and a sister, Ina Sevier. Pallbearers will be Tom and Brian Uhl, Richard and Bill Wiseman, Roy Green Barto and Kim Wenger. Honorary pallbearers will be Mike Hansen, Edward Barto and Jon Saunders. More About MARY JEAN "JEANIE" WISEMAN: Burial: April 21, 2008, Dakota City Cemetery, Dakota, Dakota County, Nebraska2144 Daughter of: William R. Wiseman and Mary E. Shatka2144 More About EDWARD TRUDELL and MARY WISEMAN: Marriage: October 06, 1966, South Sioux City, Dakota County, Nebraska2145,2146

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Children of EDWARD TRUDELL and MARY WISEMAN are:
i. ii. iii. iv. v. PATRICK6 TRUDELL. RONALD TRUDELL. REX TRUDELL. DONALD TRUDELL. BARBARA ANN TRUDELL, m. UNKNOWN VONDRAK.

125. THERESA5 TRUDELL (HENRY JOSEPH4, LOUIS3, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) Child of THERESA TRUDELL is:
193. i. QUENTIN JAMES6 TRUDELL, b. February 07, 1977.

126. RONALD JOSEPH "SAL"5 TRUDELL (HENRY JOSEPH4, LOUIS3, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2147 was born August 30, 1951 in Winnebago, Thurston County, Oregon2147, and died January 02, 2008 in Geneseo, Henry County, Illinois2147. Notes for RONALD JOSEPH "SAL" TRUDELL: From: "Sioux City Journal," Sioux City, Iowa, 8 January 2008. Ronald Joseph "Sal" Trudell of Geneseo, Ill., formerly of Sioux City, passed away Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2008, in Geneseo. Memorial services will be 2 p.m. Thursday at Mount Olive Baptist Church, 1522 Douglas St., Sioux City. Sal was born Aug. 30, 1951, in Winnebago, Neb., the son of Lois and Henry Trudell Sr. He was a longtime resident of Sioux City. He was a member of the Santee Sioux Tribe of Nebraska. He was an accomplished artist, loved playing softball, listening to music, watching movies and visiting with his family and friends. Survivors include his companion and angel, Char; his beloved sons, Jahil and Jesse Trudell of Sioux City; three grandchildren, Jordan, Jaden and Jalen Trudell, all of Sioux City; seven brothers, Henry Jr., George, Gary, Steve, Jeffery, Larry and Frank Trudell; three sisters, Cheryl Bailer, Debbie and Lori Lynn Trudell; and many special uncles, aunts, cousins, nephews and nieces. He was preceded in death by his parents; a brother, Mike; and a sister, Theresa. Children of RONALD JOSEPH "SAL" TRUDELL are:
194. 195. i. ii. JAHIL E.6 TRUDELL, b. January 09, 1978. JESSE TRUDELL.

127. FLOYD LEVI5 REYNOLDS (ELLEN CORNELIA4 TRUDELL, LEVI HENRY3, HENRY2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born November 13, 1933 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska2148, and died July 12, 2004 in Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota2148,2149. He married MYRTICE ELIZABETH "BETTY" HERRON. Notes for FLOYD LEVI REYNOLDS: From: "Norfolk Daily News," Wednesday, 14 July 2004. SANTEE -- Services for Floyd Reynolds, 70, Santee, will be at 10 a.m. Friday, July 15, at the Oyate Oyanka Community Center here. The Rev. David Bussey will officiate with burial in Forest Lawn Cemetery in Omaha. Visitation will begin after 1 p.m. Thursday at the center. Brockhaus Funeral Home is in charge. He died Monday, July 12, 2004, at Avera Sacred Heart Hospital. More About FLOYD LEVI REYNOLDS: Burial: July 15, 2004, Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska2149 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Nebraska 2150 Social Security Number: 505-38-2177 2150 Children of FLOYD REYNOLDS and MYRTICE HERRON are:
i. FLOYD DUANE6 REYNOLDS, b. March 19, 1958, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska 2151. Notes for FLOYD DUANE REYNOLDS: His baptism was sponsored by Lloyd, Joseph, and Sophia James.

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More About FLOYD DUANE REYNOLDS: Baptism: May 30, 1958, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, by Rev. Earl Kneebone2151 196. 197. 198. ii. iii. iv. GARY LAVERNE REYNOLDS, b. April 02, 1960, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska. ROBERT STEVEN REYNOLDS, b. December 20, 1963, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska. HARRY LEVI REYNOLDS, b. December 24, 1964, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska.

128. LYDIA MARIE5 WILLIAMS (MERCEDES MAE4 TRUDELL, LEVI HENRY3, HENRY2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born February 07, 1944 in Marty, Charles Mix County, South Dakota2152. She married (1) N ATHAN B. FERRIS. He was born July 04, 19392153, and died August 22, 2004 2153. She married (2) GILBERT DARREL FRAZIER December 13, 1961 in Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota. He was born August 11, 1934 in Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska2153, and died October 12, 1985 in Knox County, Nebraska 2153. More About LYDIA MARIE WILLIAMS: Baptism: 1949, Marty Mission, Marty, Charles Mix County, South Dakota2154 Confirmation: April 15, 1956, Blessed Redeemer Church, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, by James Morris2154 More About NATHAN B. FERRIS: Soc. Sec. Card Issued: 1956, South Dakota2155 Social Security Number: 503-44-0433 2155 More About GILBERT DARREL FRAZIER: Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Colorado 2155 Social Security Number: 524-40-4640 2155 Son of: Simon Frazier and Lucille Ziegler More About GILBERT FRAZIER and LYDIA WILLIAMS: Marriage: December 13, 1961, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota Children of LYDIA WILLIAMS and GILBERT FRAZIER are:
i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. KERMIT JOHN6 FRAZIER, b. June 01, 1963; m. RAYLENE M.. VETAL DELORIA FRAZIER, b. March 11, 1967. MICHAEL ANTHONY FRAZIER. BRIAN ORAY FRAZIER. DELBERTA FAITH FRAZIER. NATASHA JAY FRAZIER. SIMON DOUGLAS FRAZIER.

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129. DANIEL5 DENNEY (MERCEDES MAE4 TRUDELL, LEVI HENRY3, HENRY2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) Child of DANIEL DENNEY is:
i. DANIEL6 DENNEY.

130. CLEO FAYE5 BERNIE (MERCEDES MAE4 TRUDELL, LEVI HENRY3, HENRY2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born July 23, 1945. She married HARLEN DEAN FRAZIER July 09, 1987 in Knox County, Nebraska. He was born October 14, 1936 in Winnebago, Thurston County, Nebraska. More About HARLEN DEAN FRAZIER: Son of: Simon Frazier and Lucille Ziegler More About HARLEN FRAZIER and CLEO BERNIE: Marriage: July 09, 1987, Knox County, Nebraska Children of CLEO BERNIE and HARLEN FRAZIER are:
200. i. ii. iii. iv. COLLEEN6 FRAZIER, b. April 22, 1963. COLLETTE FRAZIER, b. April 22, 1963; d. March 02, 1998, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska. HARLEN DEAN FRAZIER, b. May 22, 1964; d. June 26, 1964. GILBERT DEAN FRAZIER, b. February 07, 1966, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska.

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131. JOYCE ELLEN5 BERNIE (MERCEDES MAE4 TRUDELL, LEVI HENRY3, HENRY2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born March 18, 1947 2155, and died June 03, 1999 in drowned in Missouri River, Knox County, Nebraska2155. She married MARVIN JACK MARTY. More About JOYCE ELLEN BERNIE: Soc. Sec. Card Issued: 1969, Nevada 2155 Social Security Number: 530-50-0897 2155 Children of JOYCE BERNIE and MARVIN MARTY are:
i. ii. iii. RAYMOND6 BERNIE. MARVIN JACK MARTY III. JODI LYNN MARTY.

132. KATHERINE5 HAGEMAN (LORINDA MARY4 MITCHELL, CECILIA LUCY3 TRUDELL, HENRY2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) She married LORENZO HARRY HOFFMAN, son of HARRY HOFFMAN and JEANNETTE TRUDELL. He was born February 20, 1910 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska2155,2156, and died February 16, 1967 in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska2157,2158. Notes for LORENZO HARRY HOFFMAN: His baptism was sponsored by Ralph Trudell, and Robert and Lavinia Johnson. More About LORENZO HARRY HOFFMAN: Baptism: December 18, 1910, Blessed Redeemer Church, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by William Holmes2159 Burial: February 20, 1967, Santee Catholic Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska2160 Confirmation: March 30, 1941, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska2161 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Nebraska 2162 Social Security Number: 508-03-4746 2162 Children are listed above under (69) Lorenzo Harry Hoffman. 133. NORMA BLANCHE5 NOBLE (MARY4 TRUDELL, FRANK M.3, AUGUST TATOHEYA "GUS"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born May 22, 1936 in Roberts County, South Dakota2163,2164, and died April 18, 1982 in Memorial Medical Center, Watertown, Codington County, South Dakota2165,2166. She married (1) ERNEST HAYES. She married (2) ROGER HOLMBERG. She married (3) MILTON YOUNG November 29, 19552166. He was born October 27, 1925 2166, and died July 06, 1977 2166. More About NORMA BLANCHE NOBLE: Date born 2: May 23, 1936, South Dakota2167,2168 Allotment #: U-1139, Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux Tribe2169 Burial: April 23, 1982, Ascension Presbyterian Cemetery, Peever, Roberts County, South Dakota2170 Cause of Death: Cardiogenic shock, due to Acute myocardial infarction2170 Probate: November 04, 1982, Sisseton, Roberts County, South Dakota 2171 Residence: April 18, 1982, 27 Hellwig Circle, Sisseton, Roberts County, South Dakota2172 Social Security Number: 503-36-11222172 More About MILTON YOUNG and NORMA NOBLE: Divorce: December 04, 19752173 Marriage: November 29, 19552173 Children of NORMA NOBLE and ERNEST HAYES are:
i. SHEILA RAE6 BAMBERGER, b. May 19, 1964, Roberts County, South Dakota 2174,2175. Notes for SHEILA RAE BAMBERGER: Sheila and her sister Maggie were originally adopted by Robert and Carolyn Masenthin. That adoption was

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later terminated and they were adopted by Carl Norman Bamberger and Elizabeth Louise (Kelty) Bamberger. More About SHEILA RAE BAMBERGER: Adoption: May 12, 1972, By Robert and Carolyn Masenthin2175 Adoption 2: By Carl Norman Bamberger and Elizabeth Louise (Kelty) Bamberger 203. ii. MAGGIE LOUISE BAMBERGER, b. February 12, 1967, Sisseton, Roberts County, South Dakota.

Child of NORMA NOBLE and ROGER HOLMBERG is:
iii. ROYCE ROGER6 HOPKINS, b. February 28, 19762175. More About ROYCE ROGER HOPKINS: Adoption: October 05, 19772175

Children of NORMA NOBLE and MILTON YOUNG are:
iv. v. vi. FARON6 YOUNG, b. August 17, 1956; d. December 01, 1977 2175. MERCY MARY YOUNG, b. May 02, 19582175. PHILLIP FRANCISCO, b. June 03, 1959 2175; m. ANGIE. More About PHILLIP FRANCISCO: Adoption: January 31, 1967, By Noel and Barbara Francisco 2175 Residence: September 16, 1982, 1336 Minnehaha, Apt. 1, St. Paul, Minnesota2175 vii. LORETTA MARIE CAQUELIN, b. May 24, 19602175. More About LORETTA MARIE CAQUELIN: Adoption: August 16, 1966, By Donald and Evelyn Caquelin2175 Residence: September 16, 1982, 104 W. 10th Street, Spencer, Iowa2175

134. EARLWIN E.5 WILSON (ROSE4 TRUDELL, FRANK M.3, AUGUST TATOHEYA "GUS"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born July 30, 1934. Child of EARLWIN E. WILSON is:
204. i. THERESA6 WILSON.

135. WILBUR ERWIN "DEAN"5 BROWN (MARY ROSE4 TRUDELL, RALPH SIMON3, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2176 was born May 29, 1950 in Winnebago, Thurston County, Oregon2176, and died September 14, 1997 in Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa2176. Notes for WILBUR ERWIN "DEAN" BROWN: From: "Sioux City Journal," Sioux City, IA, 16 September 1997. Wilbur Erwin "Dean" Brown, 47, of Sioux City died unexpectedly Sunday, Sept. 14, 1997, at a Sioux City hospital. Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Santee Community Gymnasium in Santee, Neb. Visitation will begin at 3 p.m. today at the gymnasium. Meyer Brothers Colonial Chapel is in charge of the arrangements. Mr. Brown was born May 29, 1950, in Winnebago, Neb., the son of James E. and Mary Rose (Trudell) Brown. He attended Sioux City schools and Western Iowa Tech Community College. He was employed with Guaranteed Roofing. Survivors include two daughters, Merri and Cori Brown of Bemidji, Minn.; two sons, Coly and his wife, Paula, of Winnebago and Walkin of Sioux City; four brothers, James M. and his wife, Pam, of Bemidji, Minn., Keith and his wife, Claire, and Harold and his wife, Karen, all of Sioux City, and Jeffery of Santee; a sister and her husband, Rita and Stanley White Jr. of Santee; and seven granddaughters, Amanda, Samantha, Brandi, Lyndsi, Colee, Shyanna and Emery. He was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, Robert and Joseph; and three sisters, Roberta, Shirley and Betty Jo. Pallbearers will be Terry Monk, Stanley White Jr., Bianco White, Keith Brown Jr., Stacy LaPointe and Billy Dean Wabashaw.

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Children of WILBUR ERWIN "DEAN" BROWN are:
i. ii. iii. iv. MERRI6 BROWN. CORI BROWN. COLY BROWN, m. PAULA. WALKIN BROWN.

136. ROBERTA "BOBBY"5 TRUDELL (WILLIAM CLIFFORD "BILL"4, RALPH SIMON3, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) She married DUANE BABCOCK. Child of ROBERTA TRUDELL and DUANE BABCOCK is:
i. WILLIAM "BILL"6 BABCOCK, b. 1965.

137. ANTHONY "TONY"5 TRUDELL (WILLIAM CLIFFORD "BILL"4, RALPH SIMON3, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) Child of ANTHONY "TONY" TRUDELL is:
i. SHANNON CHRIS6 SALTZMAN.

138. KENNETH JOSEPH "KENNY"5 TRUDELL (WILLIAM CLIFFORD "BILL"4, RALPH SIMON3, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) He married (1) LEONA ELAINE EPPERSON. She was born March 21, 1945 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. He married (2) JOSEPHINE MARIE BROOCK2177 March 31, 1984 in Reno, Nevada. She was born August 26, 1934 in San Francisco, San Francisco County, California, and died September 10, 2007 in Crofton, Knox County, Nebraska2177. Notes for JOSEPHINE MARIE BROOCK: Obituary: Funeral Services for Josephine M. Trudell, age 73, of Crofton, NE were held Wednesday, September 12, 2007, at 2:00 P.M. at the Oyate Oyanke Center in Santee, NE. Rev. David Hussey officiated with burial in the L’Eau Qui Court Cemetery in Niobrara. Visitation was held Tuesday at 3:00 P.M. until the service time at the Oyate Oyanke Center in Santee. Brockhaus Funeral Home of Niobrara is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Trudell died Monday, September, 10, 2007, at her home. Josephine Marie Trudell, daughter of Raymond and Josephine (Cruz) Broock, was born August 26, 1934 in San Francisco, CA. She attended Polytechnic High School in San Francisco. On March 31, 1984, she was married to Kenneth Trudell at Reno, NV. Josephine was a member of the Humane Society of the United States. She died Monday, September 10, 2007 at the age of 73, at her home in Crofton, NE, surrounded by family after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. She is survived by her husband, Kenneth J. Trudell; daughters, Diana Ohlssen-Johnson, Joanna (Howard) Ohlssen-Crump, Terryann (Ray) Blasingame; a son, Randolph Fritz; step daughters, Rose, Lucille, Tina, Mary, and Denise; 33 grandchildren; 8 great grandchildren; and a sister, Arlene Hoppis. She was preceded in death by her parents, Raymond and Josephine Broock; and parents in law, William and Marie Trudell. The family would like to add a special thank you to Avera Sacred Heart Hospice, the Santee Sioux Nation, and to her many friends and neighbors for all their love and support. ____________________________________________________________ From: "Norfolk Daily News," Norfolk, NE, 12 September 2007. SANTEE - Services for Josephine M. Trudell, 73, of Crofton were scheduled Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Oyate Oyanke Center in Santee with burial in L'Eau Qui Court Cemetery. Brockhaus Funeral Home of Niobrara was in charge. Mrs. Trudell died Monday, Sept. 10, 2007, at her home.

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Burial: September 12, 2007, L'Eau Qui Court Cemetery, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska2177 Daughter of: Raymond Broock and Josephine Cruz More About KENNETH TRUDELL and JOSEPHINE BROOCK: Marriage: March 31, 1984, Reno, Nevada Children of KENNETH TRUDELL and LEONA EPPERSON are:
205. i. ii. iii. iv. v. ROSE M.6 TRUDELL. LUCILLE TRUDELL. TINA MARIA TRUDELL. MARIE TRUDELL. DENISE RENEE TRUDELL, m. TODD SVOBODA.

139. EMIL STRIBBIN5 GOODTEACHER (ALVINA ESTHER4 JOHNSON, LAVINIA ELIZABETH3 TRUDELL, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2178 was born July 03, 1918 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska2179,2180,2181,2182, and died December 24, 2006 in Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska2182. He married JULIA M. JOHN September 17, 1946 in Center, Knox County, Nebraska2182. She was born October 15, 1924 in Nebraska. Notes for EMIL STRIBBIN GOODTEACHER: From: "Yankton Press & Dakotan," Yankton, SD, Wednesday, 27 December 2006. SANTEE, Neb. -- Funeral services for Emil Goodteacher, age 88, of Santee, Neb., will be held Friday, December 29, 2006, at the Oyate Oyanke Center in Santee. Burial will be in Howe Creek Cemetery in rural Center, NE. Visitation will begin at 5:00 p.m. Tuesday and continue until the service time Friday. Mr. Goodteacher died Sunday at his home in Santee. Brockhaus Funeral Home of Niobrara is in charge of arrangements. Emil S. Goodteacher Sr., son of Oscar and Alvina (Johnson) Goodteacher, was born July 3, 1918, at Santee, NE. He attended Flandreau Indian School in Flandreau, SD. On September 17, 1946, he was married to Julia John at Center, NE. He lived in Santee and Sioux City, IA where he worked for Swift and Co. Meat Packers. Emil was a member of the Santee Sioux Tribe. Survivors include his wife, Julia; sons: Jerry, Elmer, Emil Jr., Charles and Thomas; daughters: Julia Godfry, June Saul, Prisilla Brandt, Theresa DeCory and Sharon Yellow-Cloud. He was preceded in death by his parents; 2 brothers; 3 sisters; and one son. _________________________________________________________________ His baptism was sponsored by John Henry, Oliver Rouillard, and Jane Goodteacher. More About EMIL STRIBBIN GOODTEACHER: Baptism: October 06, 1918, Blessed Redeemer Church, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Joseph Goodteacher2183 Burial: December 29, 2006, Howe Creek Cemetery, Center, Knox County, Nebraska2184 Census: 1920, Santee Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 10B Census 2: 1930, Harrison Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 5A Tribe: Full Blood Santee Sioux2185 More About EMIL GOODTEACHER and JULIA JOHN: Marriage: September 17, 1946, Center, Knox County, Nebraska 2186 Children of EMIL GOODTEACHER and JULIA JOHN are:
i. JULIA ANN6 GOODTEACHER, b. February 06, 1947, Winnebago, Nebraska2187; m. UNKNOWN GODFREY. Notes for JULIA ANN GOODTEACHER: Her baptism was sponsored by Lyle and Philomene Henry, and Helen Hopper. More About JULIA ANN GOODTEACHER: Baptism: October 02, 1947, Blessed Redeemer Church, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by Rev. Thomas J. Rouillard2187 ii. ELMER PHILLIP GOODTEACHER, b. March 03, 1948, Winnebago, Nebraska; m. S HERRY DIANE; b. July 14, 1949.

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JUNE FAYE GOODTEACHER, b. June 01, 1950, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska. EMIL GOODTEACHER, b. February 17, 1952, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska. PRISCILLA JANE GOODTEACHER, b. September 07, 1953, Winnebago, Nebraska; m. UNKNOWN BRANDT. TERESA GOODTEACHER, b. August 23, 1954, Winnebago, Nebraska; m. UNKNOWN DECORY. ROGER VINCENT GOODTEACHER, b. January 23, 1956, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa. CHARLES S. GOODTEACHER, b. April 28, 1960. THOMAS J. GOODTEACHER, b. October 18, 1961. JERRY M. GOODTEACHER, b. May 01, 1966. SHARON GOODTEACHER, m. UNKNOWN YELLOW-CLOUD.

140. JOSEPH JOHNSON "JOE"5 GOODTEACHER (ALVINA ESTHER4 JOHNSON, LAVINIA ELIZABETH3 TRUDELL, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born May 05, 1920 in Nebraska2188,2189, and died May 15, 1973 in Howe Creek, Knox County, Nebraska. He married KATHLEEN CHARMAINE BREECE March 02, 1946 in Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota2190. She was born May 10, 19302191. More About JOSEPH JOHNSON "JOE" GOODTEACHER: Burial: Howe Creek Cemetery, Knox County, Nebraska Census: 1930, Harrison Township, Knox County, Nebraska, page 5A Tribe: Full Blood Santee Sioux2192 More About JOSEPH GOODTEACHER and KATHLEEN BREECE: Marriage: March 02, 1946, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota2193 Married by: Virgil D. Boyles, County Judge2194 Child of JOSEPH GOODTEACHER and KATHLEEN BREECE is:
i. MARLEEN6 GOODTEACHER, b. 1946.

141. MARVENE LOVINA5 GOODTEACHER (ALVINA ESTHER4 JOHNSON, LAVINIA ELIZABETH3 TRUDELL, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born October 31, 1929 in Santee, Knox County, Nebraska2195,2196,2197, and died January 19922198. She married (1) EMORY B. HINES. She married (2) W ILBERT S. CRAWFORD January 27, 1947 in Sisseton, Roberts County, South Dakota2199. He was born 1926 2199. Notes for MARVENE LOVINA GOODTEACHER: Her baptism was sponsored by her parents and Maggie Lawrence. More About MARVENE LOVINA GOODTEACHER: Baptism: October 30, 1930, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, performed by George G. Lawrence2200 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, South Dakota 2201 Social Security Number: 504-24-4612 2201 More About WILBERT CRAWFORD and MARVENE GOODTEACHER: Marriage: January 27, 1947, Sisseton, Roberts County, South Dakota2202 Married by: John L. Minder, Justice of the Peace 2202 Children of MARVENE GOODTEACHER and EMORY HINES are:
i. ii. CORA6 HINES. BRUCE WAYNE HINES, b. September 27, 1953, Madison, Lake County, South Dakota2203. Notes for BRUCE WAYNE HINES: His baptism was sponsored by Lloyd James, and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Goodteacher. More About BRUCE WAYNE HINES: Baptism: June 23, 1957, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, by Rev. Earl Kneebone2203 iii. GALE MARIE HINES, b. December 21, 1954, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa 2203. Notes for GALE MARIE HINES: Her baptism was sponsored by Lloyd James, Julia Goodteacher, and Marion Kneebone.

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More About GALE MARIE HINES: Baptism: June 23, 1957, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, by Rev. Earl Kneebone2203

142. JAMES R.5 TRUDELL (LEO VINCENT4, WILLIAM ANTOINE "WILLY"3, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born August 1946. He married MIN CHA "TAMMY"2204 September 23, 1970 in Honolulu, Honolulu County, Hawaii2204. She was born December 31, 1947 in Seoul, Korea 2204, and died November 10, 2007 in Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota2204,2205. Notes for MIN CHA "TAMMY": From: "Press & Dakotan," Yankton, South Dakota. Monday, November 12, 2007. Mincha "Tammy" Trudell, 59, of Yankton died Saturday (Nov. 10, 2007) at Sister James Care Center, Yankton. Funeral services are at 11:00 a.m. Friday at Harvest Baptist Church, Mission Hill, with the Rev. Nathan Martin officiating. Burial of her cremated remains will be in the Black Hills National Cemetery, Sturgis, at a later date. Visitations is from 5-9 p.m. Thursday at Kostel Funeral Home and Crematory, Yankton, with a prayer service at 7 p.m. Visitations will resume one hour prior to the service at the church. ______________________________________________ From: "Press & Dakotan," Yankton, South Dakota. Thursday, November 15, 2007. Min Cha "Tammy" Trudell, age 59, of Yankton, passed away Saturday, November 10, 2007, at Sister James Care Center, Yankton, SD. Funeral services will be 11:00 a.m. Friday, November 16, 2007, at the Harvest Baptist Church, Mission Hill, SD with Pastor Nathan Martin officiating. Burial of her cremated remains will be in the Black Hills National Cemetery, Sturgis, SD at a later date. Visitations will be 5 to 9 p.m. Thursday, at the Kostel Funeral Home and Crematory, Yankton, with a prayer service at 7:00 p.m. Visitations will resume one hour prior to the service at the church. Pallbearers will be Duane Sieler, Roger Trudell, Duane Trudell, Lee Ickes, Robert Campbell and Kenny Chapman. Tammy was born in Seoul, Korea, on December 31, 1947. She married James R. Trudell on September 23rd, 1970, in Honolulu, HI. She accepted the Lord as her Savior early in life; she was baptized in the Baptist Church in Colorado Springs, CO in 1977. She was married to a soldier and lived in many places in the United States and overseas. Her favorite place and the place she always called home was our house in Colorado Springs, CO. Tammy worked at the Peterson Air Force Base Commissary in Colorado Springs, CO. She dedicated most of her life to making a home for and raising her two girls Jo Anne and Teri. She moved to Yankton with her husband in November of 1997 and was happy raising her grandson, Evan, and caring for her husband. The yard at our home on Burleigh Street in Yankton was her pride and joy, her flowers and home received much of her time and tender loving care. All will miss her pretty smile and love for her family and friends. We all miss our sweet friend, mother, wife, and partner. Rest in peace my love; I'll see you again in Heaven. Thank you for your love and all the time we spent together, even though the years were short they were filled with your love for us. Tammy's memory is cherished by her husband James R. Trudell of Yankton, SD. Two daughters Jo Anne (David) Prichert and Terri Trudell and four grandchildren Evan, Elias, Micaela and Chris all of Colorado Springs, CO. She was preceded in death by her parents and grandparents. More About MIN CHA "TAMMY": Date born 2: December 31, 1944, Seoul, Korea2205 Burial: Black Hills National Cemetery, Sturgis, Meade County, South Dakota2206 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: 1973, Texas2207 Social Security Number: 455-17-01742207 More About JAMES TRUDELL and MIN "TAMMY": Marriage: September 23, 1970, Honolulu, Honolulu County, Hawaii2208 Children of JAMES TRUDELL and MIN "TAMMY" are:
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143. PHYLLIS A.5 TRUDELL (LLOYD PETER4, WILLIAM ANTOINE "WILLY"3, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2209 was born September 26, 1946 in Bloomfield, Knox County, Nebraska2209,2210, and died July 25, 2004 in Fremont, Dodge County, Nebraska2211,2212. She married RODNEY ROSENBAUM 19672213. Notes for PHYLLIS A. TRUDELL: From: "Pilot-Tribune & Enterprise," Washington Co., NE, Monday, 26 July 2004. Former Kennard resident Phyllis Rosenbaum, 57, of Fremont, died Sunday, July 25, 2004, at the Fremont Area Medical Center. A memorial service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in the Kennard auditorium with Chaplain Joe Brown of the Fremont Area Medical Center officiating. There is no visitation. Phyllis Rosenbaum was born Sept. 26, 1946, in Bloomfield to Lloyd and Cecil (Smith) Trudell. She grew up in Nebraska, and for several years, lived in Kennard. She married Rodney Rosenbaum in 1967. The couple owned and operated the Dew Drop Inn in Kennard from 1980 until 1992. For the past several years, she was employed at the Rose Room in Fremont. She is survived by her two daughters and a son-in-law, Rhonda and Kevin Carpenter of Plattsmouth, and Val Rosenbaum of Kennard; a son and daughter-in-law, Brice and Angela Rosenbaum of Arlington; former husband, Rodney Rosenbaum of Kennard; six grandchildren; four sisters and five brothers: Sandra, Johnny, Roger, Edna, Joe, Denise, Rodney, Tim and Shelli; several nieces and nephews; and many dear friends. More About PHYLLIS A. TRUDELL: Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bet. 1960 - 1961, Nebraska 2214 Social Security Number: 506-56-9232 2214 More About RODNEY ROSENBAUM and PHYLLIS TRUDELL: Marriage: 19672215 Children of PHYLLIS TRUDELL and RODNEY ROSENBAUM are:
i. ii. iii. RHONDA6 ROSENBAUM, m. KEVIN CARPENTER. VAL ROSENBAUM. BRICE ROSENBAUM, m. ANGELA.

144. ANGELA5 HOFFMAN (LORENZO HARRY4, JEANNETTE NANCY "JENNIE"3 TRUDELL, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born 1931. She married CLIFFORD S. ROBERTSON February 22, 1948 in Knox County, Nebraska2216. He was born 1925. More About CLIFFORD S. ROBERTSON: Son of: Theodore Robertson and Grace Goodteacher 2216 More About CLIFFORD ROBERTSON and ANGELA HOFFMAN: Marriage: February 22, 1948, Knox County, Nebraska2216 Married by: Rev. Thomas Rouillard2216 Children of ANGELA HOFFMAN and CLIFFORD ROBERTSON are:
i. ii. JOYCE6 ROBERTSON, m. UNKNOWN ROSS. PATRICIA ROBERTSON, m. UNKNOWN LEVIN.

145. DORIS OPAL5 TERRY (ESTHER OPHELION "OPAL"4 TRUDELL, JOHN BENJAMIN3, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) She married JACK YOWS. Children of DORIS TERRY and JACK YOWS are:
207. 208. 209. i. ii. iii. iv. TERRY LYNN6 YOWS. ROBIN DEE YOWS. JACKLIN JEAN YOWS. DONNA MARIE YOWS.

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146. DORIS ELAINE5 TRUDELL (ROY CALVIN4, JOHN BENJAMIN3, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) She married MAX MORRIS. Children of DORIS TRUDELL and MAX MORRIS are:
i. ii. SHAWN6 MORRIS. STEPHANIE MORRIS.

147. ROY STEVEN5 TRUDELL (ROY CALVIN4, JOHN BENJAMIN3, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) He married MARY SPAIN. Children of ROY TRUDELL and MARY SPAIN are:
i. ii. STEVEN6 TRUDELL. PAUL TRUDELL.

148. EVA JEAN5 TRUDELL (ROY CALVIN4, JOHN BENJAMIN3, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) She married RON GASTON. Children of EVA TRUDELL and RON GASTON are:
i. ii. RON6 GASTON. RHONDA GASTON.

149. MICHAEL ALLAN5 TRUDELL (ROY CALVIN4, JOHN BENJAMIN3, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born July 18, 1949. He married SHARON P. GROLLMUS December 26, 1970 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California. She was born 1945. More About SHARON P. GROLLMUS: Daughter of: Edward Grollmus More About MICHAEL TRUDELL and SHARON GROLLMUS: Marriage: December 26, 1970, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California Child of MICHAEL TRUDELL and SHARON GROLLMUS is:
210. i. TRICIA ANN6 TRUDELL, b. February 20, 1973, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California.

150. MARY JANE5 BLAKEY (THELMA JANE4 TRUDELL, JOHN BENJAMIN3, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2217,2218,2219 was born April 03, 1941 in Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota2220,2221, and died September 15, 2003 in Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota2222,2223,2224,2225,2225. She married JAMES ZELL "JIM" LIGHTNER2226,2227 February 25, 1961 in Luverne, Rock County, Minnesota2228. He was born February 25, 1925 in Fulton, Fulton County, Kentucky2229, and died January 23, 2006 in Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota2229,2230. Notes for MARY JANE BLAKEY: From: "Press & Dakotan," Yankton, SD, Thursday, 18 September 2003. Mary Jane (Blakey) Lightner, 62, Yankton, died Monday (Sept. 15, 2003) at Avera Sacred Heart Hospital, Yankton. Funeral service is 2 p.m. Friday at the Ray, Cantrell & Wintz Funeral Home, Yankton, with Al Ouderkirk officiating. Burial is in the Garden of Memories Cemetery, Yankton. Pallbearers are Travis Blakey, Ricardo Eversley, Jesse Kendall, Justin Kirschenman, Elvin Lightner Jr. and John Osborne. Visitation is from 1-9 p.m. Thursday with the family present from 7-9 p.m. at the Ray, Cantrell & Wintz Funeral Home. She was born April 3, 1941, at Yankton, to LeRoy Sr. and Thelma (Truedell) Blakey. She grew up in Yankton and attended Grove School. She worked at the State Hospital for 10 years until she moved away. She married James Lightner Sr. on Feb. 25, 1961, at Luverne, Minn. They then moved to Sioux City, Iowa, where they lived for the next 20 years. She was a member of Mount Zion Baptist Church while living in Sioux City. She

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worked at John Morrell for 12 years before moving back to Yankton. She was a member of the Jehovah's Witnesses and worked at Avera Sister James Care Center in Yankton for 12 years until she retired. She is survived by her husband, James Lightner Sr., Yankton; sons: Charles (Sandy) Willier, Minneapolis, Minn., and James Lightner Jr., Yankton; daughters: Margie Williams, Sioux City; and Jammie (Jamzie) Ballard, Sioux City; six grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; brother, George Blake, Tea; sisters: Phyllis Thorton, Yankton; Doris Ivory, Fort Dodge, Iowa; and Angeline Kirschenman, Yankton; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her grandparents; her parents; one son, one brother, one sister and several nieces and nephews. _________________________________________________________ From: "Press & Dakotan," Wednesday, 17 September 2003. Mary Jane (Blakey) Lightner, 62, Yankton, died Monday (Sept. 15, 2003) at Avera Sacred heart Hospital, Yankton. Funeral services are 2 p.m. Friday at the Ray, Cantrell and Wintz Funeral Home, Yankton, with Al Ouderkirk officiating. Burial is in the Garden of Memories Cemetery, Yankton. Visitation is 1-9 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home, with the family present from 7-9 p.m. ___________________________________________________________ From: "Sioux City Journal," Sioux City, IA, Wednesday, 17 September 2003. YANKTON, S.D. -- Mary Jane (Blakey) Lightner, 62, of Yankton died Monday, Sept. 15, 2003, at Avera Sacred Heart Hospital in Yankton. Services will be 2 p.m. Friday at Ray, Cantrell and Wintz Funeral Home in Yankton. Burial will be in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Visitation will be 1 to 9 p.m. Thursday, with the family present 7 to 9 p.m., at the funeral home. More About MARY JANE BLAKEY: Burial: September 19, 2003, Garden of Memories Cemetery, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota2231,2232 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bet. 1957 - 1958, South Dakota 2233 Social Security Number: 504-46-5095 2233 Notes for JAMES ZELL "JIM" LIGHTNER: From: "Sioux City Journal," Sioux City, IA, Wednesday, 25 January 2006. YANKTON, S.D. -- James Z. Lightner Sr., 80, of Yankton died Monday, Jan. 23, 2006, at Avera Sacred Heart Hospital in Yankton. Services will be 2 p.m. Friday at Wintz and Ray Funeral Home in Yankton, with the Rev. Jon Cooke officiating. Burial will be in Garden of Memories Cemetery, with military rites conducted by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Ernest-Bowyer Post 791. Visitation will be 1 to 8 p.m. Thursday, with the family present 6 to 8 p.m., at the funeral home. James was born Feb. 25, 1925, in Fulton, Ky., to Richard and Loreline (Morris) Lightner. He grew up and attended country school in Kentucky until moving to Sioux City when he was 13. He attended Sioux City schools. He joined the U.S. Army and served his country during World War II. He returned to Sioux City and worked for Armour Packing Co. for 27 years. He married Mary Jane Blakey on Feb. 20, 1961, in Luverne, Minn. He later became a truck driver and after retiring, a bus driver for Mount Marty College. Survivors include two sons, James (Jodi) Lightner Jr. of Yankton and Charles R. (Sandy) Willier of Fridley, Minn.; two daughters, Margie Williams and Jammie Ballard, both of Sioux City; nine grandchildren; three greatgrandchildren; three brothers, Alvin of Sioux City, Bobby and Ottis, both of Denver, Colo.; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his wife, Mary Jane; a son, Robert E. Willier; four brothers, Harry, Saul, Richard Jr. and Lowell; and a sister in infancy. _________________________________________________________ From: "Sioux City Journal," Sioux City, IA, Tuesday, 24 January 2006. YANKTON, S.D. -- James Z. Lightner Sr., 80, of Yankton died Monday, Jan. 23, 2006, at Avera Sacred

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Heart Hospital in Yankton. Services will be 2 p.m. Friday at Wintz and Ray Funeral Home in Yankton. Burial will be in Garden of Memories Cemetery, with military rites conducted by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Ernest-Bowyer Post 791. Visitation will be 1 to 8 p.m. Thursday, with the family present 6 to 8 p.m., at the funeral home.

More About JAMES ZELL "JIM" LIGHTNER: Burial: January 27, 2006, Garden of Memories Cemetery, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota2234,2235 Military service: World War II 2236 Son of: Richard Lightner and Loreline Morris2236 More About JAMES LIGHTNER and MARY BLAKEY: Marriage 1: February 25, 1961, Luverne, Rock County, Minnesota2237 Marriage 2: February 20, 1961, Luverne, Rock County, Minnesota2238 Child of MARY BLAKEY and JAMES LIGHTNER is:
i. JAMES6 LIGHTNER, m. JODI.

151. WINONA MARIE5 BLAKEY (THELMA JANE4 TRUDELL, JOHN BENJAMIN3, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2239,2240,2241 was born May 11, 1942 in Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota2242,2243, and died May 04, 2003 in Rochester, Olmsted County, Minnesota2244,2245,2246,2247. She married HENRY THOMAS MORROW August 09, 1970 in Gayville, Yankton County, South Dakota2248. He was born March 11, 1945. Notes for WINONA MARIE BLAKEY: From: "Press & Dakotan," Yankton, SD, Tuesday, 6 May 2003. NEWELL, Iowa -- Winona M. (Blakey) Morrow, 60, Newell, Iowa, formerly of Yankton, died Sunday (May 4, 2003) at Mayo Clinic, Rochester Methodist Hospital, Rochester Minn. A funeral service is 2 p.m. Thursday, at Ray, Cantrell & Wintz Funeral Home, Yankton, with the Rev. Nelson Stone officiating. Burial will be in the Garden of Memories Cemetery, Yankton. Pallbearers are Joshua Blakey, Matthew Blakey, Samuel Blakey, Travis Blakey, Virgil Jensen, Justin Kirschenman and Robert Stock. Visitation is from 1-9 p.m. Wednesday, at the funeral home with the family present from 7-9 p.m. She was born May 11, 1942, at Yankton, to LeRoy and Thelma (Truedell) Blakey. She grew up and attended schools at Yankton. On Aug. 9, 1970, she married Henry Morrow at Gayville. She lived at Yankton until her marriage to Henry and they then lived in South Dakota, Utah and Iowa. She received the Lord as her Savior on April 11, 1976. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. She is survived by her husband, Henry Morrow; two sons: Rick Stiefel, Watertown, and Terry Lightner of Stephenville, Texas; four daughters: Renee Anderson, Shari Green and Geraldine Mathews, all of Sioux City, Iowa; and Robyn Stiefel of Ogden, Utah; 15 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; two brothers: LeRoy Blakey Jr., Yankton; and George Blakey, Tea; and four sisters, Mary Jane Lighter, Phyllis Thorton and Angie Kirschenman, all of Yankton, and Doris Ivory, Fort Dodge, Iowa. She was preceded in death by her parents and a son. ____________________________________________________ From: "Press & Dakotan," Tuesday, 5 May 2003. NEWELL, Iowa. -- Winona M. Morrow, 60, Newell, Iowa, died Sunday (May 4, 2003) at Rochester Methodist Hospital, Rochester, Minn. Funeral arrangements are pending with the Ray, Cantrell and Wintz Funeral Home, Yankton. _____________________________________________________ From: "Sioux City Journal," Sioux City, IA, Wednesday, 6 May 2003. YANKTON, S.D. -- Winona M. (Blakey) Morrow, 60, of Newell, Iowa, formerly of Yankton, died Sunday, May 4, 2003, at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester Methodist Hospital in Rochester, Minn. Services will be 2 p.m. Thursday at Ray, Cantrell and Wintz Funeral Home in Yankton, with the Rev. Nelson

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Stone officiating. Burial will be in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Visitation will be 1 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, with the family present 7 to 9 p.m., at the funeral home. Survivors include her husband, Henry Morrow; two sons, Rick Stiefel of Watertown, S.D., and Terry Lightner of Stephenville, Texas; four daughters, Renee Anderson, Shari Green and Geraldine Mathews, all of Sioux City, and Robyn Stiefel of Ogden, Utah; 15 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; two brothers, LeRoy Blakey Jr. of Yankton, and George Blakey of Tea, S.D.; and four sisters, Mary Jane Lightner, Phyllis Thorton and Angie Kirschenman, all of Yankton, and Doris Ivory of Fort Dodge, Iowa. He was preceded in death by her parents and a son, Perry Lightner. More About WINONA MARIE BLAKEY: Burial: May 08, 2003, Garden of Memories Cemetery, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota2248,2249 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bet. 1958 - 1959, South Dakota 2250 Social Security Number: 503-48-6042 2250 More About HENRY MORROW and WINONA BLAKEY: Marriage: August 09, 1970, Gayville, Yankton County, South Dakota2251 Children of WINONA BLAKEY and HENRY MORROW are:
i. ii. iii. iv. ROBIN6 MORROW. SHERRY MORROW. GERALDINE MORROW. PERRY ALLEN LIGHTNER2252,2253, b. June 29, 1967, Denver, Denver County, Colorado 2254,2255; d. October 27, 2002, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa2256,2257,2258. Notes for PERRY ALLEN LIGHTNER: From: "Press & Dakotan," Tuesday, 29 October 2002. SIOUX CITY, Iowa -- Perry Allen Lightner, 35, Sioux City, Iowa, died Sunday (Oct. 27, 2002) at his home. Funeral services are 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Ray, Cantrell and Wintz Funeral Home, Yankton, with the Rev. Nelson Stone officiating. Burial is in the Garden of Memories Cemetery, Yankton. Visitation is 6-9 p.m. today (Tuesday) at the funeral home. He was born June 29, 1967, in Denver to Henry and Winona Morrow. He attended elementary school at Yankton. He graduated from Ogden (Utah) High School. He worked several years for the cable company in Ogden. In 1995, he moved to Iowa. He was currently employed at Transcontinental Cold Storage, Sioux City. Survivors include his parents, Henry and Winona Morrow, Newell; brothers: Rick Stiefel, Watertown, and twin brother, Terry Lee Lighter, Stephenville, Texas; sisters: Renee Anderson, Sioux City; Robyn Vieux, Ogden, Utah; Sherri Green, Sioux City; and Geraldine T. Mathews, Sioux City; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his grandparents. _________________________________________________________ From: "Sioux City Journal," Sioux City, IA, Tuesday, 29 October 2002. Perry Allen Lightner, 35, of Sioux City died Sunday, Oct. 27, 2002, at his residence. Services will be 10 a.m. Wednesday at Ray, Cantrell and Wintz Funeral Home in Yankton, S.D. Burial will be in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Visitation will be 6 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. More About PERRY ALLEN LIGHTNER: Burial: October 30, 2002, Garden of Memories Cemetery, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota 2259,2260 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: 1970, South Dakota 2261 Social Security Number: 503-72-2674 2261 v. TERRY LEE LIGHTNER, b. June 29, 1967, Denver, Denver County, Colorado 2262.

152. LEROY EVERETTE5 BLAKEY (THELMA JANE4 TRUDELL, JOHN BENJAMIN3, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2263,2264 was born February 13, 1944 in Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota2265,2266, and died June 19, 2003 in Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota2267,2268,2269. He married LAVONNE HOFFMAN October 08, 1974 in St. John's Lutheran Church, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota2270. Notes for LEROY EVERETTE BLAKEY: From: "Press & Dakotan," Yankton, SD, Monday, 23 June 2003.

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LeRoy E. Blakey Jr., 59, Yankton, died Thursday (June 19, 2003) at Avera Sacred Heart Hospital, Yankton. Funeral service is 2 p.m. Tuesday at Ray, Cantrell & Wintz Funeral Home, Yankton, with the Rev. David Gunderson officiating. Burial is in the Yankton Cemetery. Pallbearers are Bob Blakey, Mark Blakey, Mike Lee, Myron Milk, Bob Stock and Larry Wuestewald. Visitation is from 1-9 p.m. today (Monday) at the funeral home with the family present from 7-9 p.m. He was born Feb. 13, 1944, at Yankton to LeRoy Sr. and Thelma (Truedell) Blakey. He grew up and attended schools at Yankton. At the age of 15, following his father's death, he began driving trucks. He then drove for Earl Holbrook for 25 years hauling cattle. He also drove for Patton Trucking, Dennis Aanning Trucking, R & M Trucking and K.I.T. Trucking. He drove for K.I.T. Trucking for eight years; he retired in 1996 because of his health. On Oct. 8, 1974, he married LaVonne Hoffman at St. John's Lutheran Church, Yankton. His hobbies included hunting and farming. He was a Golden Glove Boxer in his teen years. He was a member of the National Riffle Association. He is survived by his wife, LaVonne Blakey; five sons: David Blakey, Yankton; Michael Blakey, Minneapolis; Kevin Blakey, Sioux City, Iowa; Travis Blakey, Yankton; and Roy Blakey, Yankton; five daughters: Michelle Blakey, Yankton; Vonda K. (Elmer) Richards, Fargo, N.D.; Tammy Blakey, Sioux Falls; Tara (Bob) Swanson, Yankton; and Tracey Blakey, Yankton; a step-son, Virgil (Kim) Janssen, Yankton; 11 grandchildren; four sisters: Mary Jane Lightener, Yankton; Phyllis Thornton, Yankton; Doris Ivory, Fort Dodge, Iowa; and Angeline Kirschenman, Yankton; a brother, George Blakey, Tea; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, an infant son, a sister, three nephews and a niece. _______________________________________________________ From: "Press & Dakotan," Saturday, 21 June 2003. LeRoy E. Blakey Jr., 59, Yankton, died Thursday (June 19, 2003) at Avera Sacred Hospital, Yankton. Funeral services are at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Ray, Cantrell and Wintz Funeral Home, Yankton, with the Rev. David Gunderson officiating. Burial is in the Yankton Cemetery. Visitation is 1-9 p.m. Monday at the funeral home, with the family present from 7-9 p.m.

More About LEROY EVERETTE BLAKEY: Burial: June 24, 2003, Yankton Cemetery, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota2271 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: 1959, South Dakota2272 Social Security Number: 504-48-3770 2272 More About LEROY BLAKEY and LAVONNE HOFFMAN: Marriage: October 08, 1974, St. John's Lutheran Church, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota2273 Children of LEROY BLAKEY and LAVONNE HOFFMAN are:
i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. x. MICHELLE6 BLAKEY. DAVID BLAKEY. RONDA BLAKEY, m. ELMER RICHARDS. MICHAEL L. BLAKEY. KEVIN BLAKEY. TRAVIS BLAKEY. TAMMY BLAKEY. TARA BLAKEY, m. BOB SWANSON. ROY BLAKEY. TRACY BLAKEY.

153. PHYLLIS A.5 BLAKEY (THELMA JANE4 TRUDELL, JOHN BENJAMIN3, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) She married (1) ROBERT STOCK. She married (2) UNKNOWN THORNTON. Children of PHYLLIS BLAKEY and ROBERT STOCK are:
i. ii. iii. iv. SONDRA L.6 STOCK. ROBERT T. STOCK. TERESA STOCK. PAMELA STOCK.

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i. ii. iii. REBECCA6 BLAKEY. JOSHUA BLAKEY. MATTHEW BLAKEY.

155. RICHARD WAYNE "DICK"5 EMERY (FERN WINONA4, HATTIE BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2274 was born February 25, 1928 in Hinsdale, Du Page County, Illinois2275,2276,2277,2278,2279,2280 , and died October 25, 2004 in Biloxi, Harrison County, Mississippi 2281. He married (1) MARCELLA GAIL G. CROSSEN Abt. 1953. He married (2) D OLORES A. BEAULIEU July 01, 1975 in Mystic, New London County, Connecticut2282. She was born January 04, 1938. Notes for RICHARD WAYNE "DICK" EMERY: From: "The Sun Herald," Tuesday, 26 October 2004. Richard (Dick) Wayne Emery TMC (SS) USN Retired Mr. Richard (Dick) Wayne Emery TMC (SS) USN Retired, of Ocean Springs, MS died Monday, October 25, 2004, in Biloxi, MS. Mr. Emery was born in Hinsdale, IL, on February 25, 1928, to the late Samuel and Harriet Emery. On July 1, 1975, he married the former Dolores Beaulieu in Mystic, CT. Mr. Emery served his country honorably for 25 years in the United States Navy submarine service, retiring from the John C. Calhoun in August 1969. Following his retirement, he worked as a Systems Analyst for shipyards in Groton, CT, Pascagoula, MS, Seattle, WA, Rockville, MD, Sturgeon Bay, WI, and Avondale, LA. He had been a resident of Ocean Springs since 1976, and was a member of St. Alphonsus Catholic Church in Ocean Springs. Mr. Emery was preceded in death by a son, Richard Emery, Jr.; a granddaughter; and 5 sisters. He is survived by his wife of 30 years, Dolores Beaulieu Emery; a son, Christopher Emery and wife Danielle of Biloxi, MS; a daughter, Kelly Emery Denton of Ocean Springs, MS; and his favorite little playmate and the apple of his eye, his grandson, Gavin Richard Denton. He is also survived by his sisters Janelle Campbell and husband Loy of Antioch, CA, Reta Conkright and husband Richard of Gaylord, MI, and Ileen Graham and husband Hugh of Traverse City, MI. From a previous marriage he leaves three sons and four daughters that live out of state. Services will be held on Wednesday, October 27, 2004, 11:00 a.m. at Biloxi National Cemetery with full military honors. In lieu of flowers, the family prefers donations to Quality Hospice of the Gulf Coast, 999 Howard Ave., Biloxi, MS 39530. Bradford-O'Keefe Funeral Home, Ocean Springs Chapel in charge of arrangements. ____________________________________________________________________ From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Thursday, 3 April 1947, page 3. HAS COVETED INSIGNIA - Richard W. Emery, seaman, first class, USN, 511 South Maple street, who has been serving aboard the submarine USS Sea Owl since May, 1946, became a member of the "Silent Service," a highly specialized and select group, by being designated as "qualified in submarines." In order to become eligible to wear and display the highly coveted submariner's dolphin insignia upon the lower right hand sleeve of his uniforms, Emery had to demonstrate his ability and knowledge of the following arts of a submariner to the satisfaction of a qualifying board composed of qualified submarine officers and men: The ability to start and stop all machinery and equipment on board; familiarity with the operation of the main ballast tanks and all other tanks; knowledge of not only the name of all valves and leads of all piping, but the location and function of them all; the knowledge of the correct procedure to follow in case of an accident or casualty; and complete familiarity of the stations and duties of all men on board. Emery was awarded his dolphins at a special presentation on board the Sea Owl at the Submarine Base, Balboa, Panama. ______________________________________________________________________ From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Saturday, 30 August 1947, page 3. BACK IN THE STATES - Richard W. Emery, S 1/c, USN, has returned to the states aboard the submarine USS Sea Owl, after an extensive tour of duty in the Panama Canal area. _____________________________________________________________________ From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Saturday, 9 August 1952, page 3.

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ABOARD USS TROUT - Serving aboard the submarine USS Trout, recently commissioned at New London, Conn., are two Traverse City men, Richard W. Emery, torpedoman's mate 2/c, USN, son of Mrs. Fern Moulton, 511 South Maple street, and Burt E. Broomhead, commissaryman 1/c, USN, son of Burt Broomhead of R. 3. _______________________________________________________________________ From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Saturday, 21 March 1953, page 3. IN OPERATION SPRINGBOARD - Richard W. Emery, torpedoman's mate, second class, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim C. Moulton, 511 Maple street, went to sea on the USS Trout during a tour of ships and naval installations in the Caribbean area and took part in Operation Springboard. ________________________________________________________________________ Richard was born to Fern Emery out of wedlock. He was raised as the son of his grandparents, Samuel and Harriet Emery. He and the family did not find out the secret until he joined the Navy. He needed his birth certificate to join, and learned from this. His Baptismal Record lists him as Richard Sam (Morrison) Emery, son of Roger Morrison and Fern Emery, adopted by Sam and Hattie Emery. Richard knew his father as Roger Manion, not Roger Morrison. A Roger Manion as living on the Rosebud Reservation in 1930 that may have been his father. He is called Richard Samuel Emery on his second Certificate of Baptism which was issued by Rev. Louis Fohls, June 16, 1944 at Kingsley, Michigan. It also lists Sam and Hattie Emery as his parents. Richard was given the middle name Wayne when he was born. His grandparents, Sam and Hattie Trudell, who raised him, gave him the middle name of Samuel, but he reverted back to Wayne when he joined the Navy. According to his Certificate of Discharge, United States Coast Guard, Richard served in the Merchant Marine on the ship "Joseph Murgas" from January 13, 1945 until his discharge March 16, 1945 in New York. According to his Seaman's Certificate of Identification, he was 5 feet, 4 1/2 inches tall, with brown hair, blue eyes, and a fair complexion. Richard adopted Christopher Emery in 1981 in Pascagoula, Mississippi. He is the biological grandson of Dolores (Beaulieu) Emery. More About RICHARD WAYNE "DICK" EMERY: Date born 2: February 25, 1928, Rosebud, Todd County, South Dakota2283 Died 2: October 20, 2004, Biloxi, Harrison County, Mississippi2284,2285 Baptism: December 21, 1929, St. Charles Catholic Church, St. Francis, Todd County, South Dakota, by Father Louis J. Gill2286,2287 Burial: October 27, 2004, Biloxi National Cemetery, Biloxi, Harrison County, Mississippi 2288,2289 Cause of Death: End Stage Alzheimer's Disease2289 Graduation: May 29, 1942, Elementary School, Grand Traverse County, Michigan2290 Military service: Bet. 1944 - 1945, Merchant Marine 2291 Military service 2: Bet. January 04, 1946 - August 15, 1969, United States Navy 2292,2293 Residence: January 05, 1945, 511 South Maple Street, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan 2294 Residence 2: 2004, 2279 Atkinson Road, Biloxi, Harrison County, Mississippi 2295 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bef. 1951, Michigan2296 Social Security Number: 368-26-0694 2296,2297 More About RICHARD EMERY and MARCELLA CROSSEN: Marriage: Abt. 1953 More About RICHARD EMERY and DOLORES BEAULIEU: Marriage: July 01, 1975, Mystic, New London County, Connecticut2298 Children of RICHARD EMERY and MARCELLA CROSSEN are:
i. RICHARD WAYNE6 EMERY2299, b. June 20, 1955, Groton, New London County, Connecticut 2300,2301; d. August 31, 1994, 350 Center Street, Manchester, Hartford County, Connecticut2302,2303. Notes for RICHARD WAYNE EMERY:

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From: "Hartford Courant," Friday, 2 September 1994, page B10. EMERY. Richard W. Emery, Jr. 39, of 350 Center Street, Manchester, died Wednesday (Aug. 31, 1994) at home after complications from AIDS. He was born in Groton, June 20, 1955, the son of Gail G. (Crossen) Emery of Manchester and Richard W. Emery Sr. of Biloxi, Miss. Prior to his illness, he was a credit manager in Honolulu, Hawaii and returned to Manchester last January. Besides his parents he is survived by his paternal grandmother, Fern Moulton of Biloxi, Miss.; three brothers, Michael Emery of Hartford, Guy Emery of North Biloxi, Miss., Timothy Emery of Westerly, R.I.; four sisters, Susan Heist of Westerly, R.I., Patricia Cleary of Ledyard, Tracey Corbett of DeRidder, La., Anita Ellis of Coventry, R.I.; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be Saturday, 9:15 a.m., at Holmes Funeral Home, 400 Main Street, Manchester, with a Mass of Christian Burial, 10 a.m., at St. Bridget Church, 80 Main Street, Manchester. Burial will be at the convenience of the family. Friends may call at the funeral home today 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to MANA (Manchester Area Network on Aids), P.O. Box 8080, Manchester 06040-8080. ___________________________________________________________________ Richard never married. More About RICHARD WAYNE EMERY: Burial: September 03, 1994, St. Bridget Church Cemetery, Manchester, Hartford County, Connecticut 2303 Occupation: Credit Manager in a credit office Residence: 350 Center Street, Manchester, Hartford County, Connecticut Soc. Sec. Card Issued: 1968, Connecticut 2304 Social Security Number: 042-50-6460 2304 ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. MICHAEL J. EMERY. GUY R. EMERY. TIMOTHY J. EMERY. SUSAN A. EMERY. PATRICIA GAIL EMERY. TRACEY I. EMERY. ANITA M. EMERY, b. March 01, 1963.

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ix. CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL (ADOPTED)6 EMERY, b. August 23, 1973, Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island; m. DANIELLE CATHERINE DUPUIS, May 28, 1999, Biloxi, Harrison County, Mississippi. More About CHRISTOPHER EMERY and DANIELLE DUPUIS: Marriage: May 28, 1999, Biloxi, Harrison County, Mississippi 217. x. KELLY FERN EMERY, b. April 25, 1976, Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina.

156. BONITA KAY "BONNIE"5 GRAHAM (ILEEN ESTHER4 EMERY, HATTIE BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2305,2306 was born September 26, 1942 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan2306. She married RONALD J. FOOTE2307 1962 in Grand Traverse County, Michigan2308. He was born September 20, 1940. More About BONITA KAY "BONNIE" GRAHAM: Graduation: 1960, Traverse City Senior High School, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan2309 Occupation: 1998, Laundry Worker, Logan Center Laundry2309 Residence: Bet. 1998 - 2000, 4198 Greenwood Street, Holt, Ingham County, Michigan2309,2310 More About RONALD FOOTE and BONITA GRAHAM: Marriage: 1962, Grand Traverse County, Michigan 2311 Children of BONITA GRAHAM and RONALD FOOTE are:
i. ii. RUSSELL "RUSTY"6 FOOTE2312, b. April 03, 1963, Michigan. RANDALL "RANDY" FOOTE2312, b. July 31, 1965, Michigan.

157. JEANNE ANNE5 GRAHAM (ILEEN ESTHER4 EMERY, HATTIE BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2313 was born December 14, 1947 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County,

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Michigan2314. She married (1) CHARLES F. "CHUCK" WURM 1966 in Grand Traverse County, Michigan. She married (2) DALE HENRY SWEET2315,2316 December 13, 1968 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan2317,2318. He was born November 02, 1942 in Pontiac, Oakland County, Michigan2319,2320,2321, and died August 08, 2007 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan2322,2323. More About JEANNE ANNE GRAHAM: Graduation: 1966, Traverse City Senior High School, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan Occupation: 1998, Baker, Prevo's Family Market Residence: Bet. 1998 - 2003, 3835 Brook Dr., Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan More About CHARLES WURM and JEANNE GRAHAM: Marriage: 1966, Grand Traverse County, Michigan Notes for DALE HENRY SWEET: From: "Record-Eagle," Friday, 10 August 2007. TRAVERSE CITY — Dale Henry Sweet, 64, of Traverse City, died Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2007, at Bortz Health Care in Traverse City. Dale was born Nov. 2, 1942, in Rochester, the son of Joseph Avery Sweet and Myrtle Gladys Hubbard. In 1982, he married his loving wife of 25 years, Emily G. Howell, who survives. Dale was a member of Alcoholic Anonymous for 28 years. Through AA, he mentored and helped many with their struggles with alcoholism. Dale had been a great comfort to his siblings when they suffered a loss. He had a love of math and always wanted to be an accountant. When not working the books, Dale had a love of the outdoors. Dale loved the Northern Michigan woods. He taught Emily about which plants were good to eat, such as the fiddleheads, mushrooms and wild berries. He had a love for old Studebaker gold and silver Hawks. Dale loved to hunt and fish, and a favorite activity was "two tracking" for deer with his brother Kent, son Mike and best friend Tom Finney. He was a man with many funny quotes. He would often say "it ain't easy being easy," and "My only two problems are my thoughts and my feelings." Dale is survived by his wife; five sons, Ron, Joseph, Jeff, Michael and Jameson Sweet; six siblings, Dawn Thomas, Karen, Kent and Ed Sweet, Sharon (Robert) Biladeau, and Penney Mace; two step-children, Beth and Eric Charest; many loving grandchildren and one great-grandchild. He was predeceased by his parents and brother-in-law, Tom. A memorial service will be held at a later date. Arrangements are with the Martinson Funeral Home of Suttons Bay. "Love takes many forms, the love of a beautiful maid, the love of a man for a mother' yet there is no greater love in all the world than for one drunken bum for another!"

More About DALE HENRY SWEET: Residence: 59572 Phillipe Avenue, Landers, San Bernardino County, California2324 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: 1959, Michigan2325 Social Security Number: 376-42-5330 2325 Son of: Joseph Avery Sweet and Myrtle Gladys Hubbard More About DALE SWEET and JEANNE GRAHAM: Marriage: December 13, 1968, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan 2326,2327 Children of JEANNE GRAHAM and DALE SWEET are:
218. 219. 220. i. ii. iii. JEFFREY ALLEN6 SWEET, b. September 07, 1969, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. MICHAEL JAMES SWEET, b. September 28, 1970, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. JAMESON ROBERT SWEET, b. June 20, 1977, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.

158. SHIRLEY ELIZABETH5 GRAHAM (ILEEN ESTHER4 EMERY, HATTIE BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2328,2329 was born May 09, 1950 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan2329. She married KENNETH JOHN BELL2330 August 08, 1970 in East Bay Cavalry Church, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan2331,2332. He was born November 08, 1944.

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More About SHIRLEY ELIZABETH GRAHAM: Graduation: 1968, Traverse City Senior High School, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan2333 Residence: Bet. 1998 - 2000, 2608 Windcrest Lane, Traverse City Grand Traverse County, Michigan 2333,2334 More About KENNETH JOHN BELL: Occupation: Teacher Son of: Rev. John Bell Marriage Notes for SHIRLEY GRAHAM and KENNETH BELL: From: "The Traverse City Record-Eagle," Friday, 15 May 1970. SUMMER BRIDE-ELECT The engagement of Miss Shirley Elizabeth Graham and Kenneth John Bell, son of Rev. and Mrs. Bell of Eastport, is announced by the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Graham of Acme. Miss Graham is employed by Ace Hardware and her fiance is a teacher in the Traverse City Public School system. An August 8 wedding is planned. ___________________________________________________________________________________ From: "The Traverse City Record-Eagle." SHIRLEY GRAHAM IS BRIDE OF KENNETH JOHN BELL Miss Shirley Graham became the bride of Kenneth John Bell, Saturday, August 8, at East Bay Cavalry Church. The Rev. John Bell, father of the bridegroom, performed the 11:00 a.m. ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh E. Graham of Williamsburg, and the bridegroom's parents are the Rev. and Mrs. John Bell of Eastport. Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride wore a gown of sheer organza and lace. The bodice of Chantilly lace was designed with a stand-up collar and three-quarter length sleeves accented with a wide ruffle of lace. Matching lace encircled the hem of the softly gathered skirt and lace motifs trimmed the removable chapel train. Her waist-length veil of silk illusion was secured by a band of daisies and baby's breath. Attending her sister as maid of honor, Miss Barbara Graham was attired in a floor-length empire gown of blue chiffon. The bodice was trimmed with lace interwoven with ribbon at the high neckline and cuffs of the bishop sleeves. Terry Carlson of Roscommon served as best man. Ushers were William Chamberlin of Traverse City and Kenneth Carlson of Roscommon. A reception followed the ceremony at the home of the bride's parents. Following a New England honeymoon, the newlyweds will reside at King's Court, Traverse City. More About KENNETH BELL and SHIRLEY GRAHAM: Marriage: August 08, 1970, East Bay Cavalry Church, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan2335,2336 Children of SHIRLEY GRAHAM and KENNETH BELL are:
221. 222. 223. i. ii. iii. ANNE ELIZABETH6 BELL, b. January 27, 1971, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. MARY ALICIA BELL, b. November 20, 1975, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. SARAH LYNN BELL, b. January 14, 1979, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.

159. BARBARA LEIGH5 GRAHAM (ILEEN ESTHER4 EMERY, HATTIE BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2337,2338 was born May 27, 1955 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan2338. She met (1) GERALD STEPHEN BANKS. He was born Abt. 1954. She married (2) AUBREY LEE GOLD May 20, 1985 in Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, Michigan. He was born Abt. 1955. She married (3) FRANCIS GARY "FRAN" BETTELYOUN March 21, 2005 in Saint Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota. He was born Abt. 1952. More About BARBARA LEIGH GRAHAM: Graduation: 1973, Traverse City Senior High School, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan2339 Graduation 2: 1993, University of Michigan, BA Psychology, Washtenaw County, Michigan Graduation 3: 1998, University of Minnesota, MA Child Development, Hennepin County, Minnesota Graduation 4: 2001, University of Minnesota, Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, Hennepin County, Minnesota

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Occupation: Clinical Psychologist and Program Director, University of Minnesota2339 Residence: 1998, 1644 Englewood Avenue, St. Paul, Minnesota Residence 2: 2005, 1331 Kennsington Avenue, Shakopee, Minnesota More About GERALD STEPHEN BANKS: Other Spouses: Kelly Anne unknown More About AUBREY GOLD and BARBARA GRAHAM: Marriage: May 20, 1985, Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, Michigan More About FRANCIS GARY "FRAN" BETTELYOUN: Other Spouses: Kay Suzanne Steinhaus More About FRANCIS BETTELYOUN and BARBARA GRAHAM: Marriage: March 21, 2005, Saint Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota Child of BARBARA GRAHAM and GERALD BANKS is:
i. CHRISTOPHER RYAN6 GOLD, b. August 06, 1981, Michigan.

Child of BARBARA GRAHAM and AUBREY GOLD is:
ii. JENNIKA EMERY6 GOLD, b. February 22, 1979, Michigan.

160. VICKIE MARIE5 GRAHAM (ILEEN ESTHER4 EMERY, HATTIE BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2340 was born July 30, 1957 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan2340. She married DAVID D. DYKSTRA 1983 in Grand Traverse County, Michigan2341. He was born October 12, 1944. More About VICKIE MARIE GRAHAM: Residence: 2000, 1770 Radcliff Road, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan 2342 More About DAVID DYKSTRA and VICKIE GRAHAM: Marriage: 1983, Grand Traverse County, Michigan 2343 Children of VICKIE GRAHAM and DAVID DYKSTRA are:
i. ii. JUSTIN6 DYKSTRA, b. November 17, 1983, Michigan. PATRICK DYKSTRA, b. September 10, 1985, Michigan.

161. DAVID MICHAEL5 GRAHAM (ILEEN ESTHER4 EMERY, HATTIE BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2344,2345 was born June 04, 1961 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan2345. He married (1) DEBORAH JEANNE "DEBBIE" WARDELL2346. She was born November 08, 1961 in Sennelager, Germany2347,2348, and died November 02, 2000 in Grand Traverse County, Michigan 2349,2350,2351. He married (2) LAURA. He married (3) L AURA A. HORMS 2000 in Grand Traverse County, Michigan. More About DAVID MICHAEL GRAHAM: Graduation: 1980, Traverse City Senior High School, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan2352 Occupation: 1998, Will Driller, Bob's Well Drilling2352 Notes for DEBORAH JEANNE "DEBBIE" WARDELL: From the "Traverse City Record Eagle," 5 November 2000. INTERLOCHEN - Deborah Jeanne Graham, 38, of Interlochen, died Thursday. Born Nov. 8, 1961, Sennelager, Germany, she was the daughter of Thomas R. and Jeanne M. Ghastin. Deborah was a 1980 graduate of Traverse City Senior High School. She was employed as a booker and dispatcher. She also volunteered many times at Benzie schools for her daughter's activities. She enjoyed outdoor activities, especially camping, volleyball, boating and picnics. She spoke fluent "Debanese." She is survived by her two daughters, Kristy L. and Maria A. Graham, both at home, and their father, David M. Graham of Karlin; her mother, Jeanne M. Ghastin of Traverse City; her father, Thomas R. (Magdelina) Wardell of Duelman, Germany; five sisters, Lisa R. (Michael) Ringer of Yuma, Ariz., Lynette S. (Donald)

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Widner of Walnut Cove, NC, Sarah M. (David) Smith of Traverse City, Micheala Wardell and Alexandria Wardell - both of Duelman, Germany; a brother Thomas Wardell of Duelman, Germany; her beloved friend, Robert Worm, Sr. and his children, Robert Jr. and Jessica of Interlochen; maternal grandmother, Clara B. Bannon of Traverse City; three nieces; one nephew, two aunts; one uncle; and many many friends. She was preceded in death by her paternal grandparents and maternal grandfather. Friends may call from 1 to 2 P.M. Tuesday at Reynolds-Jonkhoff Funeral Home in Traverse City. Memorial services will be held at 2 P.M. Tuesday at the funeral home with Rev. Glen Walters officiating. Memorials may be directed to a fund being established to benefit Deborah's daughters in care of her sister, Lynette S. Widner, 20471 Fewins Road, Interlochen, MI 49693. "She will be truly missed." More About DEBORAH JEANNE "DEBBIE" WARDELL: Daughter of: Thomas R. Wardell and Jeanne M. Ghastin2353 Graduation: 1980, Traverse City Senior High School, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan2354 Occupation: 1998, Dispatcher, K & M Transport, Inc. 2354 Residence: Bet. 1998 - 2000, 20471 Fewins Road, Interlochen, Grand Traverse County, Michigan 2354,2355 Soc. Sec. Card Issued: 1977, Michigan2356 Social Security Number: 368-82-29792356 More About DAVID GRAHAM and LAURA HORMS: Marriage: 2000, Grand Traverse County, Michigan Children of DAVID GRAHAM and DEBORAH WARDELL are:
224. i. ii. KRISTY L.6 GRAHAM, b. October 21, 1985, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. MARIA A. GRAHAM2357, b. February 18, 1988, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.

162. JOSEPH L. "JOE"5 KIRKPATRICK (EVA ELIZABETH4 EMERY, HATTIE BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born December 1948. He married LINDA SUE. She was born September 1951. Child of JOSEPH KIRKPATRICK and LINDA SUE is:
i. KELLY6 KIRKPATRICK.

163. HERBERT "BUTCH"5 HENDERSON (RITA MAY4 EMERY, HATTIE BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) He married VICKY. Child of HERBERT HENDERSON and VICKY is:
i. DANIELLE6 HENDERSON.

164. JOHN R.5 MCMILLIN (ROBERT EUGENE4, ADA LOUISE3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born October 10, 1946 in Munson Hospital, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan2358. He married (1) D EBORAH F. KENNEDY 1969 in Grand Traverse County, Michigan. He married (2) CHRISTINE M. BAZZETT 1976 in Grand Traverse County, Michigan. Notes for JOHN R. MCMILLIN: From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Friday, 11 October 1946, page 3. ANNOUNCE BIRTH - Mr. and Mrs. Robert McMillin, 912 State street, are the parents of a son born Thursday at Munson hospital. More About JOHN MCMILLIN and DEBORAH KENNEDY: Marriage: 1969, Grand Traverse County, Michigan More About JOHN MCMILLIN and CHRISTINE BAZZETT: Marriage: 1976, Grand Traverse County, Michigan Child of JOHN MCMILLIN and CHRISTINE BAZZETT is:

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165. BARBARA ANN5 SHAW (VIOLET THEO4 FRAZIER, EMILY JANE "CHUBB"3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born January 13, 1935. She married LAWRENCE A. "LARRY" WINCHESTER 1959 in Grand Traverse County, Michigan. He was born January 01, 1936. More About LAWRENCE WINCHESTER and BARBARA SHAW: Marriage: 1959, Grand Traverse County, Michigan Children of BARBARA SHAW and LAWRENCE WINCHESTER are:
i. ii. iii. iv. v. MICHAEL A.6 WINCHESTER, b. July 18, 1966. JERRY WINCHESTER. RANDY WINCHESTER. TAMMY WINCHESTER. BAMBI WINCHESTER.

166. BURT5 TAYLOR (GLADYS MAE4 FRAZIER, EMILY JANE "CHUBB"3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born 1935. Children of BURT TAYLOR are:
i. ii. iii. iv. VALARIE6 TAYLOR. KENNY TAYLOR. MARLA TAYLOR. TOBY TAYLOR.

167. EMILY JANE5 TAYLOR (GLADYS MAE4 FRAZIER, EMILY JANE "CHUBB"3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born 1937. She married (1) UNKNOWN DOERR. She married (2) E RIC QUIGLEY. Children of EMILY TAYLOR and ERIC QUIGLEY are:
225. 226. i. ii. ERIC J.6 QUIGLEY, b. January 30, 1958, San Joaquin County, California. BURTON LEE "BURT" QUIGLEY, b. December 13, 1962, San Joaquin County, California.

168. WILLIAM RAYMOND5 TAYLOR (GLADYS MAE4 FRAZIER, EMILY JANE "CHUBB"3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born 1943. Children of WILLIAM RAYMOND TAYLOR are:
i. ii. iii. iv. LORI6 TAYLOR. DAVID TAYLOR. PAUL TAYLOR. GRANT TAYLOR.

169. ROBERTA LEE5 TAYLOR (GLADYS MAE4 FRAZIER, EMILY JANE "CHUBB"3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born January 19, 1953 in San Joaquin County, California. She married UNKNOWN FITZSIMMONS. Child of ROBERTA TAYLOR and UNKNOWN FITZSIMMONS is:
i. MARY MAE6 FITZSIMMONS.

170. JOSEPH5 BAKER (GERALDINE FAITH4 FRAZIER, EMILY JANE "CHUBB"3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) Children of JOSEPH BAKER are:
i. ii. iii. iv. TOM6 BAKER. JOEL BAKER. ROBBIE BAKER. ANNA BAKER.

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171. JACKSON D.5 BUDLONG (BERNADINE MILDRED "BERNIE"4 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS3, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born June 01, 1950. Child of JACKSON D. BUDLONG is:
i. DAMIAN P.6 BUDLONG, b. July 21, 1976.

172. THEODORA ANN5 MCGONIGLE (BERNADINE MILDRED "BERNIE"4 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS3, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) She married (1) RICHARD SAMUEL CHOWNING. He was born April 22, 1941 in Toledo, Oregon, and died November 25, 1962 in Albany, Linn County, Oregon. She married (2) B OYD JUNIOR WATKINS. Child of THEODORA MCGONIGLE and RICHARD CHOWNING is:
227. i. KELLY ANN6 CHOWNING.

Child of THEODORA MCGONIGLE and BOYD WATKINS is:
ii. MICHAEL TODD6 WATKINS.

173. JOHN5 DOPHEIDE (EMILY JANE4 TRUDELL, ANDREW DAVID "DAVE"3, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) Children of JOHN DOPHEIDE are:
i. ii. ANGELA6 DOPHEIDE. ANDREW DOPHEIDE.

174. JEAN MARIE5 TRUDELL (MARTIN EDWARD4, JOHN EDWARD3, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born March 31, 1962 in Ramsey County, Minnesota. She married KIM R. WEBB December 30, 1978 in Washington County, Minnesota. He was born 1957. More About KIM WEBB and JEAN TRUDELL: Marriage: December 30, 1978, Washington County, Minnesota Children of JEAN TRUDELL and KIM WEBB are:
i. ii. APRIL6 WEBB. JOHN JACOB WEBB.

175. LESLIE5 LOCKARD (GRACE MARIE4 BACON, FRANCES IRENE3 TRUDELL, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) Child of LESLIE LOCKARD is:
i. MARYLIN ANN6 STOENNER.

176. ELAINE MARIE5 LOCKARD (GRACE MARIE4 BACON, FRANCES IRENE3 TRUDELL, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) She married (1) UNKNOWN SCOFIELD. She married (2) UNKNOWN KANGAS. Children of ELAINE LOCKARD and UNKNOWN SCOFIELD are:
228. 229. i. ii. iii. iv. v. MATHEW6 SCOFIELD, b. January 03, 1978. EMILY SUZANNE SCOFIELD. DAVID RUSSELL SCOFIELD. JANIE MARIE SCOFIELD. JOSEPH RAY SCOFIELD.

Children of ELAINE LOCKARD and UNKNOWN KANGAS are:
vi. JESSE6 KANGAS.

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HANNAH KANGAS. NOELLE KANGAS. JOEL KANGAS.

177. CARSON LEE5 HRBEK (CATHERINE JEWEL4 CARSON, LUELLA BELL3 TRUDELL, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born April 24, 1950 in Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota. He married SHARON ERTZ HOARD January 30, 1971 in Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church, Lynch, Boyd County, Nebraska. More About CARSON HRBEK and SHARON HOARD: Marriage: January 30, 1971, Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church, Lynch, Boyd County, Nebraska Children of CARSON HRBEK and SHARON HOARD are:
i. CARSON ELVIN6 HRBEK, b. July 21, 1972. Notes for CARSON ELVIN HRBEK: Unmarried, no children. ii. KEVIN LEE HRBEK, b. August 04, 1976. Notes for KEVIN LEE HRBEK: Unmarried, no children.

178. LAUNA MAREE5 HRBEK (CATHERINE JEWEL4 CARSON, LUELLA BELL3 TRUDELL, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born February 10, 1952 in Lynch, Boyd County, Nebraska. She married JAMES KEITH ECKMANN November 30, 1974 in Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church, Lynch, Boyd County, Nebraska. More About JAMES ECKMANN and LAUNA HRBEK: Marriage: November 30, 1974, Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church, Lynch, Boyd County, Nebraska Children of LAUNA HRBEK and JAMES ECKMANN are:
i. LARESSA MAREE6 ECKMANN, b. March 12, 1975, Columbus, Platte County, Nebraska; d. March 12, 1975, Columbus, Platte County, Nebraska. More About LARESSA MAREE ECKMANN: Burial: Alford Cemetery, Monowi, Boyd County, Nebraska Cause of Death: Stillborn ii. BRANDON ALAN ECKMANN, b. December 15, 1977, Columbus, Platte County, Nebraska. Notes for BRANDON ALAN ECKMANN: Unmarried, no children. iii. ELLIOTT JAMES ECKMANN, b. October 08, 1981, Norfolk, Madison County, Nebraska2359; d. September 17, 1999, Norfolk, Madison County, Nebraska2359. More About ELLIOTT JAMES ECKMANN: Burial: Alford Cemetery, Monowi, Boyd County, Nebraska Cause of Death: Severe asthma attack Soc. Sec. Card Issued: 1987, Nebraska 2359 Social Security Number: 505-19-1233 2359 iv. NICHOLAS BRIAN ECKMANN, b. October 22, 1984, Norfolk, Madison County, Nebraska; d. October 22, 1984, Norfolk, Madison County, Nebraska. More About NICHOLAS BRIAN ECKMANN: Burial: Alford Cemetery, Monowi, Boyd County, Nebraska

179. MINA SUE5 HRBEK (CATHERINE JEWEL4 CARSON, LUELLA BELL3 TRUDELL, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born June 17, 1955 in Lynch, Boyd County, Nebraska. She married ARTHUR

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CHARLES "BUD" STEWART 1976 in Monowi, Boyd County, Nebraska. More About ARTHUR STEWART and MINA HRBEK: Marriage: 1976, Monowi, Boyd County, Nebraska Children of MINA HRBEK and ARTHUR STEWART are:
i. ii. JUSTIN DANIEL6 STEWART, b. September 09, 1980, Norfolk, Madison County, Nebraska. MAKAYLA RACHELLE STEWART, b. August 11, 1983, Norfolk, Madison County, Nebraska.

180. MELISSA ANNE5 HRBEK (CATHERINE JEWEL4 CARSON, LUELLA BELL3 TRUDELL, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born October 06, 1961 in Lynch, Boyd County, Nebraska. She married KENT LAWRENCE LANDHOLM May 21, 1983 in Trinity Lutheran Church, Bristow, Boyd County, Nebraska. More About KENT LANDHOLM and MELISSA HRBEK: Marriage: May 21, 1983, Trinity Lutheran Church, Bristow, Boyd County, Nebraska Children of MELISSA HRBEK and KENT LANDHOLM are:
i. ii. iii. iv. CRAIG ALAN6 LANDHOLM, b. December 14, 1985, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska. ERIN CHRISTINE LANDHOLM, b. June 05, 1988, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska. MARY KATHLEEN LANDHOLM, b. November 02, 1991, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska. KENT JAY LANDHOLM, b. September 15, 1994, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska.

181. MARY ANN5 LAVELLE (ADELE I.4 TRUDELL, MARTIN CLIFFORD3, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) She married PERRY WILLER. Children of MARY LAVELLE and PERRY WILLER are:
i. ii. COREY6 WILLER. JESSICA WILLER.

182. LINDA CAROL5 LAVELLE (ADELE I.4 TRUDELL, MARTIN CLIFFORD3, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) She married GARY DUBBE. Children of LINDA LAVELLE and GARY DUBBE are:
230. i. ii. AMY MARIE6 DUBBE. ASHLEY DUBBE.

183. MICHELLE RENEE5 LAVELLE (ADELE I.4 TRUDELL, MARTIN CLIFFORD3, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) She married JON GILBERT. Children of MICHELLE LAVELLE and JON GILBERT are:
i. ii. DYLAN6 GILBERT. GRANT GILBERT.

184. MIKE5 CROSLEY (CARL VERNON4, HANNAH MAY3 TRUDELL, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born Abt. 1956. He married (1) N ANCY. He married (2) J ANET A. KOTROUS March 06, 1976 in Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska. She was born December 24, 1959 in Plainview, Pierce County, Nebraska, and died July 03, 2003 in Council Bluffs, Madison County, Iowa. More About JANET A. KOTROUS: Daughter of: LaMonte Kotrous and Emeline More About MIKE CROSLEY and JANET KOTROUS: Marriage: March 06, 1976, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska Children of MIKE CROSLEY and JANET KOTROUS are:
i. NICHOLE LYNN6 CROSLEY, b. July 12, 1976, Nebraska; m. TRAVIS JASON TARR, June 06, 1998, Lynch,

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Boyd County, Nebraska; b. Abt. 1975. More About TRAVIS JASON TARR: Son of: Dale Tarr and Beth More About TRAVIS TARR and NICHOLE CROSLEY: Marriage: June 06, 1998, Lynch, Boyd County, Nebraska 231. ii. KELLI RAE CROSLEY, b. November 12, 1979, Nebraska.

185. PAUL ROBERT5 WORKMAN (CAROL MARIA4 CROSLEY, HANNAH MAY3 TRUDELL, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born October 14, 1974 in Lincoln, Nebraska. Child of PAUL ROBERT WORKMAN is:
i. PIERCE RIDGELY6 WORKMAN, b. October 24, 2006, Virginia.

186. RAYMOND5 CAMPBELL (MARY LOUISE4 TRUDELL, VALENTINE "VALLIE"3, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) He married EILEEN TWEEDY. Child of RAYMOND CAMPBELL and EILEEN TWEEDY is:
i. PRECIOUS6 CAMPBELL, b. November 22, 2004, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa 2360; d. November 22, 2004, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa 2360. Notes for PRECIOUS CAMPBELL: From: "Sioux City Journal," 26 November 2004. Precious Campbell, infant daughter of Eileen Tweedy and Ray Campbell Jr. of Sioux City, was stillborn Monday, Nov. 22, 2004, at a Sioux City hospital. Graveside services will be 1 p.m. Saturday in Graceland Park Cemetery, with the Rev. Alex Washington officiating. There will be no visitation. Arrangements are under the direction of Meyer Brothers Colonial Chapel. Survivors include her parents; three half sisters, Alisha Tweedy, Anastasha Tweedy and Carissa Denney; paternal grandmother, Mary Rosene of McCook Lake, S.D.; paternal grandfather, Ray Campbell Sr. of Sioux City; maternal stepgrandfather, Art Denney of Sioux City; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. She was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents, Marion and Bernita Tweedy.

More About PRECIOUS CAMPBELL: Burial: Graceland Park Cemetery, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa

187. STEVEN JOSEPH5 HAUGE (VALETTA MARIE4 TRUDELL, VALENTINE "VALLIE"3, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born September 28, 1963 in Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa. He married RHONDA RANAE CHRISTIANSEN. Children of STEVEN HAUGE and RHONDA CHRISTIANSEN are:
i. ii. iii. STEPHANIE RANAE6 HAUGE, b. May 24, 1992. ALEC CHRISTIAN HAUGE, b. July 01, 1996. ANDREW CARTER HAUGE, b. October 16, 2003.

188. DAVID MICHAEL5 HAUGE (VALETTA MARIE4 TRUDELL, VALENTINE "VALLIE"3, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born July 10, 1969 in Big Stone County, Minnesota. He married AMY MARIE MEYER. Children of DAVID HAUGE and AMY MEYER are:
i. ii. GAVIN MICHAEL6 HAUGE, b. February 19, 2003, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa. LAUREN MARIE HAUGE, b. March 15, 2005, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa.

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189. RICHARD PAUL "CHUCK"6 ALLEN (LAVERNE EMMA5 REDWING, GRACE LOTTIE4 KITTO, LUCY HINAPEWIN3 TRUDELL, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2361 was born January 19, 1934 in Flandreau, Moody County, South Dakota2361, and died January 12, 2002 2361. He married SALLY MEHLHOFF March 07, 1959 in Flandreau, Moody County, South Dakota2361. Notes for RICHARD PAUL "CHUCK" ALLEN: From: "Eudora News," Eudora, KS, Thursday, 17 January 2002. Services for Richard "Chuck" Allen, 67, Flandreau, S.D., were Tuesday, Jan. 15, at Eastman Hall, Flandreau, S.D. Mr. Allen died Saturday, Jan. 12, 2002, at Sioux Valley Hospital. He was born Jan. 19, 1934, in Flandreau, S.D., the son of Raymond and Laverne (Redwing) Allen. He attended Flandreau Public School. Mr. Allen entered the U.S. Army Feb. 22, 1952, and served during the Korean Conflict until his discharge on Feb. 27, 1954. He attended auto mechanics school in Chicago and returned to Flandreau in 1960 and worked for the South Dakota Highway Department. He then worked at the boys dorm at the Flandreau Indian School until 1967. He worked for the Papago Indian Reservation in Sells, Ariz., from 1967-1969. He then worked as a boiler operator at FIS until 1975. Mr. Allen moved to Eudora and worked at the Haskell Indian School as a heating equipment mechanic until his retirement in 1990. He returned to Flandreau in 1993. He served as maintenance director for the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe and was Tribal Chairman from 19941998. Mr. Allen was a member of the housing and gaming commissions and a member and former elder of the First Presbyterian Church. He married Sally Mehlhoff on March 7, 1959, in Flandreau. She survives of the home. Other survivors include a daughter, Julie Allen, Flandreau, S.D.; three sons, Richard Allen, Victor Allen and Mark Allen, all of Flandreau, S.D.; five brothers, Thomas Allen, Flandreau; Pete Allen, Maple Plain, Minn.; and Sam Allen, Clifford Allen and Howie Allen, all of Flandreau; four sisters, Darlene Bernard, Judy Allen, Lavonne "Bunny" Allen, and Cindy Allen, all of Flandreau; and six grandchildren. His parents and a brother preceded him in death. Skroch Funeral Chapel, Flandreau, S.D., was in charge of arrangements.

More About RICHARD PAUL "CHUCK" ALLEN: Burial: January 15, 20022361 Military service: Bet. February 22, 1952 - February 27, 1954, U.S. Army, Korean War 2361 More About RICHARD ALLEN and SALLY MEHLHOFF: Marriage: March 07, 1959, Flandreau, Moody County, South Dakota 2361 Children of RICHARD ALLEN and SALLY MEHLHOFF are:
i. ii. iii. iv. JULIE7 ALLEN. RICHARD ALLEN. VICTOR ALLEN. MARK ALLEN.

190. THOMAS RAY "TOM"6 ALLEN (LAVERNE EMMA5 REDWING, GRACE LOTTIE4 KITTO, LUCY HINAPEWIN3 TRUDELL, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born January 27, 1935 in Flandreau, South Dakota. He married (1) LINDA ONESKUNKS. He married (2) D ONNA MARIE THORNBER. Children of THOMAS ALLEN and LINDA ONESKUNKS are:
i. ii. iii. RICHARD7 ALLEN. HOWARD ALLEN. CHARLES ALLEN.

Children of THOMAS ALLEN and DONNA THORNBER are:
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191. DARLENE GRACE TATEWIN6 ALLEN (LAVERNE EMMA5 REDWING, GRACE LOTTIE4 KITTO, LUCY HINAPEWIN3 TRUDELL, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2362 was born May 17, 1941 in Pipestone, Pipestone County, Minnesota2362,2363, and died October 17, 2007 in Flandreau, Moody County, South Dakota2364,2365. She married (1) MAYNARD HERRICK May 21, 1958 in Pipestone, Pipestone County, Minnesota2366. He was born December 23, 1936 2367, and died May 1987 in South Dakota 2367. She married (2) MARTIN D. BERNARD December 31, 1988 in Flandreau, Moody County, South Dakota2368. He was born 1949. Notes for DARLENE GRACE TATEWIN ALLEN: From: "Sisseton Courier," 30 October 2007. Darlene Grace Allen Bernard (Tate Win--Wind Woman), age 66, of Flandreau, SD, journeyed to the Spirit World on Wednesday, October 17, 2007, at her home near Flandreau, SD. Funeral services were held Monday, October 22, 2007, at Eastman Hall, Flandreau, SD, with John Cloud and Darrell Mireau officiating. Burial was in the First Presbyterian Cemetery, Flandreau, SD. Darlene was born May 17, 1941, in Pipestone, MN to Raymond and LaVerne (Redwing) Allen. She attended Flandreau Public Elementary and Flandreau Public High School in Flandreau, SD. She married Maynard Herrick on May 21, 1958 in Pipestone, MN. Darlene attended college courses at Dakota State University in Madison, SD in the field of counseling. Then she attended CHR training with IHS and worked with the CHR program at the first IHS Facility in Flandreau, which was at the FIS boy's dorm with Judy Jones and Ms. Blum. Darlene married Martin Bernard on December 31, 1988 in Flandreau, SD. She worked with the CHR program for 27 years until she resigned to serve on the FSST Executive Committee as Trustee I on August 1998 and she served her term until 2000. Darlene was later elected Trustee III on August 9, 2006. Darlene served on the council for many years and was elected vice-president of the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe. She was a member of First Presbyterian Church and the Flandreau Santee Sioux Oyate. Darlene is survived by her husband, Martin; her children, Gina (Dave) Williams, Flandreau, SD, Maynard Herrick, Jr., San Francisco, CA, and Leanna Bernard, Sisseton, SD; nine grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; three sisters, Judy Allen, Bunnie Allen, and Cyndi (Jim) Weddell, all of Flandreau, SD; and four brothers, Tom (Linda) Allen, Flandreau, SD, Pete (Joyce) Allen, Maple Plains, MN, Sam (Delores) Allen and Clifford Allen, both of Flandreau, SD; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her son, David; a daughter, Teanna; her parents; three brothers, Bobby, Richard and Howard; great-nephew, Marshall Allen; and great-grandson, Royal Blue. Skroch Funeral Chapel of Flandreau, SD, was in charge of arrangements. More About DARLENE GRACE TATEWIN ALLEN: Burial: First Presbyterian Cemetery, Flandreau, Moody County, South Dakota Soc. Sec. Card Issued: 1962, South Dakota2369 Social Security Number: 504-54-0326 2369 More About MAYNARD HERRICK: Soc. Sec. Card Issued: Bet. 1956 - 1957, South Dakota 2369 Social Security Number: 503-46-3187 2369 More About MAYNARD HERRICK and DARLENE ALLEN: Marriage: May 21, 1958, Pipestone, Pipestone County, Minnesota 2370 More About MARTIN BERNARD and DARLENE ALLEN: Marriage: December 31, 1988, Flandreau, Moody County, South Dakota 2370 Children of DARLENE ALLEN and MAYNARD HERRICK are:
i. ii. iii. GINA7 HERRICK, m. DAVE WILLIAMS. MAYNARD HERRICK. DAVID HERRICK.

192. VERN RAY6 KITTO (WILFRED HAROLD5, WILFRED RAYMOND "RAY"4, LUCY HINAPEWIN3 TRUDELL, FRANCIS

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HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born January 1972. He married MICHELLE MARIE BRIGGS. Children of VERN KITTO and MICHELLE BRIGGS are:
i. ii. DAKOTA ROSE7 KITTO, b. September 19, 1999, Olmsted County, Minnesota. CHEYENNE JEAN KITTO, b. November 06, 2001, Olmsted County, Minnesota.

193. QUENTIN JAMES6 TRUDELL (THERESA5, HENRY JOSEPH4, LOUIS3, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born February 07, 1977. He married J AMIE LERMA. She was born 1978. Notes for QUENTIN JAMES TRUDELL: From: "Sioux City Journal," Sioux City, IA, 10 December 2003. Wife charged with stabbing husband A man allegedly was stabbed by his wife during an altercation Tuesday at their Sioux City home. According to the Sioux City Police Department, Quentin Trudell, 26, of Sioux City allegedly was stabbed by his wife, Jamie Lerma, 27, also of Sioux City, during a disturbance at their home located at 1505 McDonald St. It is alleged that Lerma used a knife to stab Trudell in the left arm around noon, resulting in a puncture wound. Trudell was later treated and dismissed from St. Luke's Regional Medical Center. Lerma was arrested and charged with one count of willful injury, a class D felony, the department said. More About JAMIE LERMA: Daughter of: Tina R. Lerma Children of QUENTIN TRUDELL and JAMIE LERMA are:
i. ii. TERESA7 TRUDELL. TRINITY TRUDELL.

194. JAHIL E.6 TRUDELL (RONALD JOSEPH "SAL"5, HENRY JOSEPH4, LOUIS3, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born January 09, 1978. He married H OLLY MOGENSEN. Children of JAHIL TRUDELL and HOLLY MOGENSEN are:
i. ii.
UNKNOWN7 TRUDELL, b. July 10, 2003, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa. UNKNOWN TRUDELL, b. June 22, 2007, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa.

195. JESSE6 TRUDELL (RONALD JOSEPH "SAL"5, HENRY JOSEPH4, LOUIS3, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) He married JULY ACKERLY. Child of JESSE TRUDELL and JULY ACKERLY is:
i.
UNKNOWN7 TRUDELL, b. March 29, 2007, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa2371.

Notes for UNKNOWN TRUDELL: From: "Sioux City Journal," Sioux City, IA, 31 March 2007. Jesse Trudell and July Ackerly, Sioux City, a son, March 29, 2007, St. Luke's Regional Medical Center.

196. GARY LAVERNE6 REYNOLDS (FLOYD LEVI5, ELLEN CORNELIA4 TRUDELL, LEVI HENRY3, HENRY2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born April 02, 1960 in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska2372. He married (1) BARBIE. He married (2) M ARY L. HANSEN. Notes for GARY LAVERNE REYNOLDS: His baptism was sponsored by Sophia, Lloyd, and Joseph James. More About GARY LAVERNE REYNOLDS: Baptism: October 23, 1960, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska2372 Children of GARY REYNOLDS and MARY HANSEN are:

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ASHLEY L.7 REYNOLDS. TRACEY J. REYNOLDS.

197. ROBERT STEVEN6 REYNOLDS (FLOYD LEVI5, ELLEN CORNELIA4 TRUDELL, LEVI HENRY3, HENRY2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born December 20, 1963 in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska2373. He married LORI A.. More About ROBERT STEVEN REYNOLDS: Baptism: October 30, 1966, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, by Sidney Martin2373 Children of ROBERT REYNOLDS and LORI A. are:
i. ii. iii. ANDREW L.7 REYNOLDS. AARON Z. REYNOLDS. ALEX S. REYNOLDS.

198. HARRY LEVI6 REYNOLDS (FLOYD LEVI5, ELLEN CORNELIA4 TRUDELL, LEVI HENRY3, HENRY2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born December 24, 1964 in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska2373. He married DOROTHY A. WYRICK. More About HARRY LEVI REYNOLDS: Baptism: October 30, 1966, Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, by Sidney Martin2373 Child of HARRY REYNOLDS and DOROTHY WYRICK is:
i. CODY LEVI7 REYNOLDS.

199. DELBERTA FAITH6 FRAZIER (LYDIA MARIE5 WILLIAMS, MERCEDES MAE4 TRUDELL, LEVI HENRY3, HENRY2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) She married DEWAYNE LYONS. Children of DELBERTA FRAZIER and DEWAYNE LYONS are:
i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. x. xi. WHITNEY WAKIYAN OMANI7 FRAZIER. CHASE TAYTE SKA LYONS. ELIAS NU KAGTHEZHE LYONS. FAITH MAZAPEWIN LYONS. JIMMY DA CHUGA LYONS. SIMON SHUNTA ZHINGA LYONS. MIZHINGA MIMO SHI HA THI LYONS. WAKIYAN CHUNTE LYONS. EZRA MONGAY SKA LYONS. YOLANDA LYONS. SOPHIA LYONS.

200. COLLEEN6 FRAZIER (CLEO FAYE5 BERNIE, MERCEDES MAE4 TRUDELL, LEVI HENRY3, HENRY2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born April 22, 1963. She married J ODIE ALVA REIMAN March 20, 1991. He was born January 30, 1968 in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska. More About JODIE REIMAN and COLLEEN FRAZIER: Marriage: March 20, 1991 Children of COLLEEN FRAZIER and JODIE REIMAN are:
i. ii. iii. iv. v. JOSEPH DEAN7 REIMAN, b. January 15, 1990. MERCEDES FAYE REIMAN, b. October 10, 1991. REBEKAH MAZAKUTE REIMAN, b. May 03, 1995. EDWARD PAUL REIMAN, b. December 19, 1997. ALEX JOHN REIMAN, b. July 30, 1999.

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201. GILBERT DEAN6 FRAZIER (CLEO FAYE5 BERNIE, MERCEDES MAE4 TRUDELL, LEVI HENRY3, HENRY2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born February 07, 1966 in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska. He married DANA RAE SMITH. She was born October 23, 1971 in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska. Children of GILBERT FRAZIER and DANA SMITH are:
i. ii. iii. iv. v. GILBERT DEAN7 FRAZIER, b. August 21, 1990. JARED HARLAN FRAZIER, b. October 07, 1991. BRANDON LEE FRAZIER, b. April 01, 1994. TASHINA MARIE FRAZIER, b. March 31, 1995. AMANDA MARIE FRAZIER.

202. JOSHUA LEE6 FRAZIER (CLEO FAYE5 BERNIE, MERCEDES MAE4 TRUDELL, LEVI HENRY3, HENRY2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born January 31, 1968. He married S UZANNE MARIE CONRAD September 18, 1992 in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebrasak. She was born August 25, 1964. More About SUZANNE MARIE CONRAD: Daughter of: Richard Conrad and Mollie Keith More About JOSHUA FRAZIER and SUZANNE CONRAD: Marriage: September 18, 1992, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebrasak Child of JOSHUA FRAZIER and SUZANNE CONRAD is:
i. JOSHUA LEE7 FRAZIER, b. February 01, 1990.

203. MAGGIE LOUISE6 BAMBERGER (NORMA BLANCHE5 NOBLE, MARY4 TRUDELL, FRANK M.3, AUGUST TATOHEYA "GUS"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born February 12, 1967 in Sisseton, Roberts County, South Dakota2374,2375,2376,2377. She married (1) DERECK EUGENE CHAPPELL August 23, 1986 in Kansas City, Wyandotte County, Kansas2378. He was born 1968 in Kansas2378. She married (2) MICHAEL RAY KING June 10, 1998 in Bedford, Lawrence County, Indiana2379. He was born July 25, 1975 in Bedford, Lawrence County, Indiana2379. Notes for MAGGIE LOUISE BAMBERGER: Maggie and her sister Sheila were originally adopted by Robert and Carolyn Masenthin. That adoption was later terminated and they were adopted by Carl Norman Bamberger and Elizabeth Louise (Kelty) Bamberger. Her marriage record to Michael King lists her father as Ernest Hayes, deceased. More About MAGGIE LOUISE BAMBERGER: Adoption: May 12, 1972, By Robert and Carolyn Masenthin2380 Adoption 2: September 27, 1974, By Carl Norman Bamberger and Elizabeth Louise (Kelty) Bamberger, Jetmore, Hodgman County, Kansas2381 Residence: Bet. December 29, 1985 - June 10, 1998, 606 N. 80th Street, Kansas City, Wyandotte County, Kansas2382 Residence 2: November 10, 1988, 1757 S. 42nd Street, Kansas City, Wyandotte County, Kansas Residence 3: Aft. June 10, 1998, 335 Bartlett Drive, Mitchell, Lawrence County, Indiana2382 More About DERECK CHAPPELL and MAGGIE BAMBERGER: Divorce: November 1990 Marriage: August 23, 1986, Kansas City, Wyandotte County, Kansas2383 Married by: Rev. C. L. Bachus, Ordained Minister Pastor 2383 More About MICHAEL RAY KING: Residence: June 10, 1998, 2802 V Street, Bedford, Lawrence County, Indiana 2384 Residence 2: Aft. June 10, 1998, 335 Bartlett Drive, Mitchell, Lawrence County, Indiana2384 Son of: Michael R. King and Rhonda Terry2384 More About MICHAEL KING and MAGGIE BAMBERGER: Marriage: June 10, 1998, Bedford, Lawrence County, Indiana 2384 Married by: John A. Williams, Mayor of Bedford2384

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Children of MAGGIE BAMBERGER and DERECK CHAPPELL are:
233. i. ii. DERRICA MARIE7 CHAPPELL, b. December 29, 1985, Kansas City, Wyandotte County, Kansas. DERECK EUGENE CHAPPELL, b. November 10, 1988, Kansas City, Wyandotte County, Kansas2385.

Children of MAGGIE BAMBERGER and MICHAEL KING are:
iii. iv. SAGE MORNINGSTAR7 KING, b. June 21, 2000, Roberts County, South Dakota2386. MOONLIGHT JOURNIE KING, b. November 15, 2003, Lawrence County, Indiana 2387.

204. THERESA6 WILSON (EARLWIN E.5, ROSE4 TRUDELL, FRANK M.3, AUGUST TATOHEYA "GUS"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) Children of THERESA WILSON are:
i. ii. DENITRA7 WHITE. DAMON WHITE.

205. ROSE M.6 TRUDELL (KENNETH JOSEPH "KENNY"5, WILLIAM CLIFFORD "BILL"4, RALPH SIMON3, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) She married FRANK J. RICHARD. Child of ROSE TRUDELL and FRANK RICHARD is:
i. FRANK J. "FRANKIE"7 RICHARD2388, b. June 07, 1987, Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona2388; d. December 28, 1998, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa2388. Notes for FRANK J. "FRANKIE" RICHARD: From: "Sioux City Journal," Sioux City, IA, 30 December 1998. Frank J. "Frankie" Richard Jr., 11-year-old son of Frank J. and Rose M. (Trudell) Richard Sr. of Sioux City, died Monday, Dec. 28, 1998, at a Sioux City hospital. Services will be at 1 p.m. Thursday at Meyer Brothers Colonial Chapel, with the Rev. E.D. Pappadackis officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Visitation will be 4 to 9 p.m. today, with the family present 6 to 9 p.m., at the funeral home. Frankie was born June 7, 1987, in Phoenix, Ariz. He came to Sioux City when he was four years old. He attended Hunt and Everett Elementary schools. He was currently a sixth grader at Woodrow Wilson Middle School. He was a member of the Boys Club, where he was a junior volunteer. He enjoyed biking, rollerblading and F16 Fighter jets. Survivors include his father of Sioux City; his mother of Pahrump, Nev.; his guardians, Ellen and Lisa Ford of Sioux City; six sisters, Naqia, Rosanna and Laci Richards and Allison Ford, all of Sioux City, Cheyenne and Kianna Garnett of Pahrump; five brothers, Daniel and Kenneth Richard and Jackson Yates, all of Sioux City, Jeffrey and Jessie Garnett of Pahrump; maternal grandparents, Leona and Reynold Laferriere of Sioux City and Kenneth Trudell of Bloomfield, Neb.; paternal grandparents, George and Sylvia Richard of Phoenix; maternal great-grandmother, Mabel Osborne of Sioux City; maternal great-grandfather, William Trudell of Santee, Neb.; and paternal great-grandmother, Marie Richard of Gardner, Mass. He was preceded in death by a brother, Anthony Ford. More About FRANK J. "FRANKIE" RICHARD: Burial: January 01, 1999, Memorial Park Cemetery, Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa2388

206. JUNE FAYE6 GOODTEACHER (EMIL STRIBBIN5, ALVINA ESTHER4 JOHNSON, LAVINIA ELIZABETH3 TRUDELL, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born June 01, 1950 in Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska. She married (1) DARREL D. SAUL. She married (2) MICHAEL LEONARD GODFREY June 06, 1972 in Our Most Merciful Saviour Church, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. He was born 1949. More About MICHAEL LEONARD GODFREY: Son of: Narcisse Godfrey and Romona Buffalo Chief More About MICHAEL GODFREY and JUNE GOODTEACHER: Marriage: June 06, 1972, Our Most Merciful Saviour Church, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska

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Child of JUNE GOODTEACHER and DARREL SAUL is:
i. BRET MACKENZIE7 SAUL, b. September 12, 1982, Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado2389. Notes for BRET MACKENZIE SAUL: His baptism was sponsored by Emil Goodteacher, Theresa Go??, and Larry Rouillard. More About BRET MACKENZIE SAUL: Baptism: November 21, 19822389

207. ROBIN DEE6 YOWS (DORIS OPAL5 TERRY, ESTHER OPHELION "OPAL"4 TRUDELL, JOHN BENJAMIN3, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) She married UNKNOWN REMMERS. Children of ROBIN YOWS and UNKNOWN REMMERS are:
234. i. ii. ELIZABETH OPAL7 REMMERS, b. April 02, 1979. ERIC RICHARD REMMERS, b. January 06, 1983.

208. JACKLIN JEAN6 YOWS (DORIS OPAL5 TERRY, ESTHER OPHELION "OPAL"4 TRUDELL, JOHN BENJAMIN3, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) Children of JACKLIN JEAN YOWS are:
i. ii. iii. RUSSELL7 YOWS. CABRINA YOWS. MICHAEL YOWS.

209. DONNA MARIE6 YOWS (DORIS OPAL5 TERRY, ESTHER OPHELION "OPAL"4 TRUDELL, JOHN BENJAMIN3, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) Child of DONNA MARIE YOWS is:
i. JESSE C.7 BROWN.

210. TRICIA ANN6 TRUDELL (MICHAEL ALLAN5, ROY CALVIN4, JOHN BENJAMIN3, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born February 20, 1973 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California. She married JASON CRIDER. Children of TRICIA TRUDELL and JASON CRIDER are:
i. ii. DANIELLA7 CRIDER, b. 2003. LIAM CRIDER, b. 2004.

211. GUY R.6 EMERY (RICHARD WAYNE "DICK"5, FERN WINONA4, HATTIE BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) He married (1) NORMA. He married (2) ANGIE. Children of GUY EMERY and NORMA are:
i. ii. CASSANDRA M.7 EMERY. MITCHELL EMERY.

Children of GUY EMERY and ANGIE are:
iii. iv. v. vi. vii. THOMAS7 EMERY. JOSEPH EMERY. HANNAH EMERY. TROY (ADOPTED) EMERY. SEBASTION (ADOPTED) EMERY.

212. TIMOTHY J.6 EMERY (RICHARD WAYNE "DICK"5, FERN WINONA4, HATTIE BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) He married (1) LESLIE. He married (2) C OURTNEY. Child of TIMOTHY EMERY and COURTNEY is:

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RICHARD B.7 EMERY.

213. SUSAN A.6 EMERY (RICHARD WAYNE "DICK"5, FERN WINONA4, HATTIE BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) She married FRANK HEIST. Children of SUSAN EMERY and FRANK HEIST are:
i. ii. DANIEL R.7 HEIST. TRACY L. HEIST.

214. PATRICIA GAIL6 EMERY (RICHARD WAYNE "DICK"5, FERN WINONA4, HATTIE BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) She married DONALD CLEARY. Children of PATRICIA EMERY and DONALD CLEARY are:
i. ii. iii. iv. DONALD S.7 CLEARY. MATHEW S. CLEARY. CAITLYN GAIL CLEARY, d. September 18, 1995. EMILY J. CLEARY.

215. TRACEY I.6 EMERY (RICHARD WAYNE "DICK"5, FERN WINONA4, HATTIE BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) She married MARK CORBETT. Children of TRACEY EMERY and MARK CORBETT are:
i. ii. BENJAMIN7 CORBETT. EMMA CORBETT.

216. ANITA M.6 EMERY (RICHARD WAYNE "DICK"5, FERN WINONA4, HATTIE BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born March 01, 1963. She married E DWARD ELLIS. Children of ANITA EMERY and EDWARD ELLIS are:
i. ii. iii. ELI7 ELLIS. SAMUEL ELLIS. RACHEL ELLIS.

217. KELLY FERN6 EMERY (RICHARD WAYNE "DICK"5, FERN WINONA4, HATTIE BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born April 25, 1976 in Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina. She married (1) ROBERT DENTON July 01, 1999. She married (2) C HARLES TODD SIMPSON May 29, 2005. More About ROBERT DENTON: Son of: Robert Denton More About ROBERT DENTON and KELLY EMERY: Divorce: 2002 Marriage: July 01, 1999 More About CHARLES SIMPSON and KELLY EMERY: Marriage: May 29, 2005 Child of KELLY EMERY and ROBERT DENTON is:
i. GAVIN RICHARD7 DENTON, b. June 06, 2001, Biloxi, Harrison County, Mississippi.

Child of KELLY EMERY and CHARLES SIMPSON is:
ii. ETHAN CHRISTOPHER7 SIMPSON, b. January 31, 2006.

218. JEFFREY ALLEN6 SWEET (JEANNE ANNE5 GRAHAM, ILEEN ESTHER4 EMERY, HATTIE BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2390 was born September 07, 1969 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse

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County, Michigan2390. He met (1) ALLISHA BICKLE. She was born 1979. He married (2) E LEANOR A. "ELLIE" ROMAN2391 1990 in Grand Traverse County, Michigan2392,2393. Notes for JEFFREY ALLEN SWEET: From: "The Traverse City Record-Eagle." SWEET - Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sweet (Jeanne Graham) of Williamsburg announce the birth of a son Sunday afternoon at Munson Medical Center. More About JEFFREY SWEET and ELEANOR ROMAN: Marriage: 1990, Grand Traverse County, Michigan 2394,2395 Child of JEFFREY SWEET and ALLISHA BICKLE is:
i. JACOB RYAN7 SWEET, b. January 11, 2003, Michigan.

219. MICHAEL JAMES6 SWEET (JEANNE ANNE5 GRAHAM, ILEEN ESTHER4 EMERY, HATTIE BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2396 was born September 28, 1970 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan2397. He met (1) KRISTEN COLE. He married (2) C ARY BELCHER2398 February 19942399. She was born July 28, 1974. Notes for MICHAEL JAMES SWEET: From: "The Traverse City Record-Eagle." SWEET - A son was born Monday at Munson Medical Center to Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sweet (Jean Graham) of Williamsburg. More About MICHAEL SWEET and CARY BELCHER: Marriage: February 1994 2399 Child of MICHAEL SWEET and KRISTEN COLE is:
i. SAMUEL JAMES7 KAGE, b. August 28, 2004, Michigan.

Children of MICHAEL SWEET and CARY BELCHER are:
ii. iii. ISIAH JAMES DOUGLAS7 SWEET, b. August 20, 1994, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. ZACCARY MICHAEL DALE SWEET, b. August 12, 1995, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.

220. JAMESON ROBERT6 SWEET (JEANNE ANNE5 GRAHAM, ILEEN ESTHER4 EMERY, HATTIE BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2400,2401 was born June 20, 1977 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan2401,2402,2403. He married ELIZABETH ROZLYN IRELAND April 17, 2000 in Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee2404. She was born November 12, 1978 in Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee2405. Notes for JAMESON ROBERT SWEET: From: "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Wednesday, 22 June 1977, page 14. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sweet (Jeanne Graham) of Williamsburg June 20 at Munson Medical Center. More About JAMESON ROBERT SWEET: Military service: Bet. October 27, 1997 - October 24, 2000, B Company, 3rd Battalion, 502nd Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division More About ELIZABETH ROZLYN IRELAND: Daughter of: Robert Luke Ireland, Jr. and Georgia Ruth Edmonson2405 Graduation: May 31, 1997, (with honors) Northeast High School, Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee2406 Residence: November 12, 1978, 719 Central Avenue, Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee2407

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More About JAMESON SWEET and ELIZABETH IRELAND: Marriage: April 17, 2000, Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee2408 Married by: Joe L. Creek2408 Children of JAMESON SWEET and ELIZABETH IRELAND are:
i. JAMES PATRICK7 SWEET, b. May 20, 2000, Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, Fort Campbell, Christian County, Kentucky2409. More About JAMES PATRICK SWEET: Date born 2: May 20, 2000, Montgomery County, Tennessee 2410 Baptism: April 10, 2005, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee2411 ii. JOSEPHINE LYNN SWEET, b. January 06, 2004, Gateway Medical Center, Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee2411. More About JOSEPHINE LYNN SWEET: Baptism: April 10, 2005, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee2411

221. ANNE ELIZABETH6 BELL (SHIRLEY ELIZABETH5 GRAHAM, ILEEN ESTHER4 EMERY, HATTIE BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2412 was born January 27, 1971 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. She married MICHAEL D. "MIKE" BRAYTON2412 1993 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. He was born Abt. 1971. More About ANNE ELIZABETH BELL: Graduation: 1990, Traverse City Senior High School, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan2412 Occupation: Teacher Assistance Special Education2412 Residence: 1998, 2608 Windcrest Lane, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan 2412 More About MICHAEL D. "MIKE" BRAYTON: Graduation: 1990, Traverse City Senior High School, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan2412 Residence: 1998, 2608 Windcrest Lane, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan 2412 Son of: David L. Brayton and Karen2412 More About MICHAEL BRAYTON and ANNE BELL: Marriage: 1993, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan Children of ANNE BELL and MICHAEL BRAYTON are:
i. ii. iii. ZACHARY7 BRAYTON. JENNA BRAYTON. NICHOLAS BRAYTON.

222. MARY ALICIA6 BELL (SHIRLEY ELIZABETH5 GRAHAM, ILEEN ESTHER4 EMERY, HATTIE BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2413 was born November 20, 1975 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. She married DANIEL A. "DAN" CARLSON2414 1996 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. He was born Abt. 1975. More About MARY ALICIA BELL: Graduation: 1994, Traverse City Senior High School, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan2415 More About DANIEL A. "DAN" CARLSON: Graduation: 1994, Traverse City Senior High School, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan2416 Residence: 1998, 702 Rose Street, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan 2416 More About DANIEL CARLSON and MARY BELL: Marriage: 1996, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan

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Children of MARY BELL and DANIEL CARLSON are:
i. ii. iii. PAIGE7 CARLSON. CALEB CARLSON. CAMERON CARLSON.

223. SARAH LYNN6 BELL (SHIRLEY ELIZABETH5 GRAHAM, ILEEN ESTHER4 EMERY, HATTIE BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born January 14, 1979 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. She married NATHAN D. BRUSH 1999 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. More About NATHAN BRUSH and SARAH BELL: Marriage: 1999, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan Child of SARAH BELL and NATHAN BRUSH is:
i. GWENDOLYN ELIZABETH7 BRUSH, b. March 19, 2007, Michigan.

224. KRISTY L.6 GRAHAM (DAVID MICHAEL5, ILEEN ESTHER4 EMERY, HATTIE BERTHA3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1)2417 was born October 21, 1985 in Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. Notes for KRISTY L. GRAHAM: Kristy legally changed her last name to Wardell, her mother's maiden name. Children of KRISTY L. GRAHAM are:
i. ii. DEVON7 GRAHAM. CALI JEANNE WARDELL, b. April 05, 2007, Michigan.

225. ERIC J.6 QUIGLEY (EMILY JANE5 TAYLOR, GLADYS MAE4 FRAZIER, EMILY JANE "CHUBB"3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born January 30, 1958 in San Joaquin County, California. Children of ERIC J. QUIGLEY are:
235. i. ii. ERIC7 QUIGLEY. JASON QUIGLEY.

226. BURTON LEE "BURT"6 QUIGLEY (EMILY JANE5 TAYLOR, GLADYS MAE4 FRAZIER, EMILY JANE "CHUBB"3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born December 13, 1962 in San Joaquin County, California. Child of BURTON LEE "BURT" QUIGLEY is:
i. NICK7 QUIGLEY.

227. KELLY ANN6 CHOWNING (THEODORA ANN5 MCGONIGLE, BERNADINE MILDRED "BERNIE"4 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS3, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) She married (1) LANE HALVORSEN. She married (2) BRAD HOPKINS. Children of KELLY CHOWNING and LANE HALVORSEN are:
i. ii. iii. STACY MARIE7 HALVORSEN. DUSTIN MICHAEL HALVORSEN. KRYSTLE ANN HALVORSEN.

228. MATHEW6 SCOFIELD (ELAINE MARIE5 LOCKARD, GRACE MARIE4 BACON, FRANCES IRENE3 TRUDELL, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born January 03, 1978. He married M ICHELLE. Child of MATHEW SCOFIELD and MICHELLE is:
i. CHLOE GRACE7 SCOFIELD.

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229. EMILY SUZANNE6 SCOFIELD (ELAINE MARIE5 LOCKARD, GRACE MARIE4 BACON, FRANCES IRENE3 TRUDELL, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) She married UNKNOWN SPICER. Children of EMILY SCOFIELD and UNKNOWN SPICER are:
i. ii. ARIEL CHRISTINE7 SPICER. SHELBY SUZANNE SPICER.

230. AMY MARIE6 DUBBE (LINDA CAROL5 LAVELLE, ADELE I.4 TRUDELL, MARTIN CLIFFORD3, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) She married UNKNOWN MUSTON. Child of AMY DUBBE and UNKNOWN MUSTON is:
i. CAITLIN7 MUSTON.

231. KELLI RAE6 CROSLEY (MIKE5, CARL VERNON4, HANNAH MAY3 TRUDELL, ANTOINE OYATETAWA2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born November 12, 1979 in Nebraska. She married O RVIL HOLZ. Child of KELLI CROSLEY and ORVIL HOLZ is:
i. ABIGAIL ELAINE7 HOLZ, b. August 30, 2000, Yankton, Yankton County, South Dakota.

Generation No. 7 232. THOMAS RAYMOND7 ALLEN (THOMAS RAY " TOM"6, LAVERNE EMMA5 REDWING, GRACE LOTTIE4 KITTO, LUCY HINAPEWIN3 TRUDELL, FRANCIS HEPI "FRANK"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) He married LISA JANE FUGLSETH. Children of THOMAS ALLEN and LISA FUGLSETH are:
i. ii. ZACHARY THOMAS8 ALLEN. KATHRYN FRANCES ALLEN.

233. DERRICA MARIE7 CHAPPELL (MAGGIE LOUISE6 BAMBERGER, NORMA BLANCHE5 NOBLE, MARY4 TRUDELL, FRANK M.3, AUGUST TATOHEYA "GUS"2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born December 29, 1985 in Kansas City, Wyandotte County, Kansas2418. She met TIMOTHY BERNARD LAMB. He was born February 19, 1985 in Kansas. More About DERRICA MARIE CHAPPELL: Residence: July 18, 2005, 606 N. 80th Terrace, Kansas City, Wyandotte County, Kansas Children of DERRICA CHAPPELL and TIMOTHY LAMB are:
i. ii. SEQUOYAH CHEYENNE8 LAMB, b. March 28, 2004, Lawrence County, Indiana 2419. DESTINY ELAINE LAMB, b. July 18, 2005, Kansas City, Wyandotte County, Kansas2420.

234. ELIZABETH OPAL7 REMMERS (ROBIN DEE6 YOWS, DORIS OPAL5 TERRY, ESTHER OPHELION "OPAL"4 TRUDELL, JOHN BENJAMIN3, PETER2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) was born April 02, 1979. Children of ELIZABETH OPAL REMMERS are:
i. ii. KIRAN MARSHALL8 HUGHES, b. July 27, 1998. ADRIEN KEVIN HUGHES, b. August 31, 2001.

235. ERIC7 QUIGLEY (ERIC J.6, EMILY JANE5 TAYLOR, GLADYS MAE4 FRAZIER, EMILY JANE "CHUBB"3 TRUDELL, LEVI FRANCIS2, FRANCOIS "FRANCIS" PERRON DIT1) Child of ERIC QUIGLEY is:
i. BLUE8 QUIGLEY.

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Endnotes
1. Tombstone of Francis Trudell, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 2. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Burials, page 504 #74. 3. Tombstone of Francis Trudell, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 4. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 224. 5. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 288. 6. 1857 Minnesota Territorial Census, Red Wing, Goodhue County, page 274. 7. Historical Data Systems of Kingston, MA, American Civil War Soldiers, Military Records of Individual Civil War Soldiers. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 1999-.. 8. Dalby, John, Minnesota Civil War Soldiers, 1999, Civil War Veterans, Orem, Ut: Ancestry, Inc.. 9. Santee Agency Death Register, 1880-1905. 10. Tombstone of Francis Trudell, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 11. Civil War Pension Records, June 1890, Application # 238.115. 12. Naturalization Records, Dakota County, Minnesota Territory, 9 April 1853. 13. General Land Office Land Patents, (Land Records held by the Bureau of Land Management), Doc. # 218, Minneapolis, Minnesota Territory, Lot 7 of Section 33, and Lots 1, 2, and 3, of Section 32, Township 28, Range 23, and Lot 5 and 6 of Section 5, in Township 27, of Range 23. 14. General Land Office Land Patents, (Land Records held by the Bureau of Land Management), Document # 1713, Brownsville, MN, The lot numbered 1 of section 18 in township 105 of range 4 west. 15. Civil War Pension Records, 23 July 1890, certificate # 390182. 16. 1890 United States Federal Census, Veterans Schedule, Santee and Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1. 17. Civil War Pension Records, June 1877, Application # 238.115. 18. Historical Data Systems of Kingston, MA, American Civil War Soldiers, Military Records of Individual Civil War Soldiers. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 1999-.. 19. Dalby, John, Minnesota Civil War Soldiers, 1999, Civil War Veterans, Orem, Ut: Ancestry, Inc.. 20. Naturalization Records, Dakota County, Minnesota Territory, 9 April 1853. 21. Dalby, John, Minnesota Civil War Soldiers, 1999, Civil War Veterans, Orem, Ut: Ancestry, Inc.. 22. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B. 23. 1890 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 24. 1885 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 25. 1857 Minnesota Territorial Census, Red Wing, Goodhue County, page 274. 26. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 13B. 27. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B. 28. Father Augustin Ravoux, Registre des Baptemes et Mariages Parmi les Sioux. 29. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 224. 30. Civil War Pension Records, July 1890, Certificate # 390.182, Nebraska. 31. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B. 32. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 13B. 33. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B. 34. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B. 35. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 13A. 36. Santee Agency Marriage Register. 37. Father Augustin Ravoux, Registre des Baptemes et Mariages Parmi les Sioux. 38. 1857 Minnesota Territorial Census, Red Wing, Goodhue County, page 274. 39. 1855-1856 Sioux Half-Breed Allotment Roll. 40. Ravoux/Oster Baptismal Register, 1851-1858. 41. 1857 Minnesota Territorial Census, Red Wing, Goodhue County, page 274. 42. Ravoux/Oster Baptismal Register, 1851-1858. 43. 1857 Minnesota Territorial Census, Red Wing, Goodhue County, page 274. 44. Santee Agency Death Register, 1880-1905. 45. Knox County Business Directory and Farmer List, (1890, J. M. Wolfe & Co., Publishers, Entered according to Act of Congress in 1890, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.). 46. "Niobrara Pioneer," Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska, 29 March 1895. 47. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 292. 48. Santee Agency Death Register, 1880-1905. 49. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 135A. 50. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 292. 51. 1857 Minnesota Territorial Census, Red Wing, Goodhue County, page 274. 52. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 6B.

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53. 1855-1856 Sioux Half-Breed Allotment Roll. 54. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 135A. 55. 1890 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 56. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 135A. 57. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 292. 58. 1857 Minnesota Territorial Census, Red Wing, Goodhue County, page 274. 59. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 135A. 60. Knox County Business Directory and Farmer List, (1890, J. M. Wolfe & Co., Publishers, Entered according to Act of Congress in 1890, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.). 61. 1855-1856 Sioux Half-Breed Allotment Roll. 62. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 135A. 63. 1930 United States Federal Census, Winnebago, Thurston Co., NE, page 12A. 64. 1890 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 65. 1885 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 66. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 6B. 67. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 135A. 68. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 292. 69. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 135A. 70. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 135A. 71. Santee Agency Marriage Register. 72. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Burials, page 504 #80. 73. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 154. 74. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 166. 75. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 154. 76. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 206 #87. 77. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Burials, page 518 #78. 78. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 206 #87. 79. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Burials, page 518 #78. 80. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 6B. 81. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 82. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 86. 83. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Confirmations, page 174. 84. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 292. 85. Nebraska Marriage Records, #4497. 86. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 87. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Three, page 146. 88. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Marriages, page 196. 89. Nebraska Marriage Records, #4497. 90. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1A. 91. Nebraska Marriage Records, #4497. 92. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 135A. 93. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5

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June 1917. 94. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1A. 95. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 86. 96. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 292. 97. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Three, page 146. 98. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Confirmations, page 174. 99. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 100. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1A. 101. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 135A. 102. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 103. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1A. 104. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 105. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 135A. 106. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1A. 107. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Marriages, page 196. 108. Nebraska Marriage Records, #4497. 109. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1A. 110. Nebraska Marriage Records, #4497. 111. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1A. 112. Ravoux/Oster Baptismal Register, 1851-1858. 113. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 298. 114. Tombstone of Henry Trudell, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 115. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 747. 116. Santee Agency Marriage Register. 117. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 13A. 118. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B. 119. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 298. 120. Tombstone of Lucy/Nancy Blue Eyes Trudell, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 121. 1857 Minnesota Territorial Census, Red Wing, Goodhue County, page 274. 122. 1891 Mdewakanton Census. 123. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B. 124. South Dakota Probate Records, Probate of Mary Wambdisun Rouillard. 125. 1855-1856 Sioux Half-Breed Allotment Roll. 126. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 6B. 127. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 298. 128. 1890 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 129. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 747. 130. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 13A. 131. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B. 132. Ravoux/Oster Baptismal Register, 1851-1858. 133. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 298. 134. Tombstone of Henry Trudell, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 135. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B. 136. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 13A. 137. 1855-1856 Sioux Half-Breed Allotment Roll. 138. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 13A. 139. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B. 140. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 6B. 141. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 747. 142. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B. 143. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 298. 144. Tombstone of Lucy/Nancy Blue Eyes Trudell, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 145. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 298. 146. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 13A. 147. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B. 148. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 747.

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149. Santee Agency Marriage Register. 150. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 13A. 151. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B. 152. Santee Agency Marriage Register. 153. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 747. 154. Knox County Business Directory and Farmer List, (1890, J. M. Wolfe & Co., Publishers, Entered according to Act of Congress in 1890, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.). 155. Tombstone of August Trudell, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 156. Nebraska Probate Records, Probate of August Trudell. 157. Tombstone of August Trudell, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 158. 1900 United States Federal Census, Paxton Township, Redwood Co., MN, page 12B. 159. 1900 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 21A. 160. 1890 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 161. 1885 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 162. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 242. 163. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 290. 164. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 11A. 165. 1857 Minnesota Territorial Census, Red Wing, Goodhue County, page 274. 166. 1890 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 167. 1885 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 168. Nebraska Probate Records, Probate of August Trudell, "aged 66 years.". 169. 1855-1856 Sioux Half-Breed Allotment Roll. 170. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 290. 171. 1900 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 21A. 172. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 290. 173. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 11A. 174. 1900 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 21A. 175. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 290. 176. Tombstone of August Trudell, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 177. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 11A. 178. 1900 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 21A. 179. Knox County Business Directory and Farmer List, (1890, J. M. Wolfe & Co., Publishers, Entered according to Act of Congress in 1890, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.). 180. Nebraska Probate Records, Probate of August Trudell. 181. Knox County Business Directory and Farmer List, (1890, J. M. Wolfe & Co., Publishers, Entered according to Act of Congress in 1890, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.). 182. 1855-1856 Sioux Half-Breed Allotment Roll. 183. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 11A. 184. 1900 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 21A. 185. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 294. 186. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 6A. 187. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 290. 188. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 11A. 189. Nebraska Probate Records, Probate of Maggie Wicanhpidutawin, "aged 65 years." 190. 1900 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 21A. 191. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 290. 192. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 242. 193. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 6A. 194. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 290. 195. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 11A. 196. 1900 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 21A. 197. Santee Agency Marriage Register. 198. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 290. 199. 1910 United States Federal Census, Dixon, Gregory Co., SD, page 20A. 200. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 290. 201. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Confirmed, page 336 #293. 202. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 290. 203. Nebraska Probate Records, Probate of August Trudell. 204. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 81378. 205. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox Co., NE, page 11A.

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206. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 207. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 6A. 208. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 209. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 81378. 210. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 6A. 211. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 212. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 81378. 213. Knox County Business Directory and Farmer List, (1890, J. M. Wolfe & Co., Publishers, Entered according to Act of Congress in 1890, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.). 214. Ravoux/Oster Baptismal Register, 1851-1858. 215. 1857 Minnesota Territorial Census, Red Wing, Goodhue County, page 274. 216. 1855-1856 Sioux Half-Breed Allotment Roll. 217. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 304. 218. Nebraska Probate Records, Probate of Peter Trudell. 219. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B. 220. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Marriages, page 406 #28. 221. Santee Agency Marriage Register. 222. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B. 223. 1890 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 224. 1885 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 225. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 304. 226. 1890 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 227. 1885 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 228. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B. 229. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 304. 230. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B. 231. Ravoux/Oster Baptismal Register, 1851-1858. 232. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 304. 233. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Confirmed, page 302 #69. 234. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B. 235. Knox County Business Directory and Farmer List, (1890, J. M. Wolfe & Co., Publishers, Entered according to Act of Congress in 1890, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.). 236. 1855-1856 Sioux Half-Breed Allotment Roll. 237. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B. 238. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 304. 239. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B. 240. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 304. 241. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Confirmed, page 302 #75. 242. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 304. 243. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B. 244. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Marriages, page 406 #28. 245. Santee Agency Marriage Register. 246. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Marriages, page 406 #28. 247. Santee Agency Marriage Register. 248. 1890 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 249. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, Page 304. 250. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Burials, page 540 #250. 251. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 182. 252. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, Page 304. 253. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Burials, page 540 #250.

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Knox County Business Directory and Farmer List, (1890, J. M. Wolfe & Co., Publishers, Entered according to Act of Congress in 1890, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.). 261. "Omaha World-Herald," Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, Thursday, 19 November 1903, page 2. 262. "Omaha World-Herald," Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, 20 August 1905, page 5. 263. "Boston Daily Advertiser," Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, Tuesday, 20 February 1883, page 5. 264. "Omaha World-Herald," Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, 22 June 1900, page 3. 265. 1920 United States Federal Census, Samro, Tripp Co., SD, page 3A. 266. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 3A. 267. Nebraska Death Records, Certificate # 4207. 268. Tombstone of Levi Francis Trudell, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 269. 1875 Minnesota State Census, Red Wing, Goodhue County, page 992. 270. Nebraska Death Records, Certificate # 4207. 271. Tombstone of Levi Francis Trudell, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 272. Adeline S. Gnirk, The Saga of Sully Flats, (1977, Gregory Times-Advocate, Gregory, SD), page 134. 273. Interview with Ileen Esther (Emery) Graham, interviewed by Jameson Sweet, July 2002 and June 2003. 274. Adeline S. Gnirk, The Saga of Sully Flats, (1977, Gregory Times-Advocate, Gregory, SD), page 134. 275. 1910 United States Federal Census, Ideal, Tripp Co., SD, page 12A. 276. Santee Agency Marriage Register. 277. 1920 United States Federal Census, Samro, Tripp Co., SD, page 3A. 278. 1885 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 279. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 300. 280. 1890 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 281. 1885 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 282. 1910 United States Federal Census, Ideal, Tripp Co., SD, page 12A. 283. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 300. 284. 1910 United States Federal Census, Ideal, Tripp Co., SD, page 12A. 285. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 300. 286. Nebraska Death Records, Certificate # 4207. 287. Tombstone of Levi Francis Trudell, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 288. Nebraska Death Records, Certificate # 4207. 289. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Confirmed, page 301 #36. 290. General Land Office Land Patents, (Land Records held by the Bureau of Land Management), Doc. # 07190, Gregory, SD, The southeast quarter of Section 23 in Township 97 north of Range 79 west of the 5th Principal Meridian, South Dakota. 291. 1920 United States Federal Census, Beaver Township, Tripp Co., SD, page 3A. 292. 1910 United States Federal Census, Ideal, Tripp Co., SD, page 12A. 293. Knox County Business Directory and Farmer List, (1890, J. M. Wolfe & Co., Publishers, Entered according to Act of Congress in 1890, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.). 294. Nebraska Death Records, Certificate # 4207. 295. Knox County Business Directory and Farmer List, (1890, J. M. Wolfe & Co., Publishers, Entered according to Act of Congress in 1890, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.). 296. 1855-1856 Sioux Half-Breed Allotment Roll. 297. 1910 United States Federal Census, Ideal Precinct, Tripp Co., SD, page 12A. 298. Nebraska Death Records, Certificate # 4207. 299. 1910 United States Federal Census, Ideal, Tripp Co., SD, page 12A. 300. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 300. 301. General Land Office Land Patents, (Land Records held by the Bureau of Land Management), Township 99 North, Range 70 West, Section 6. 302. 1910 United States Federal Census, Ideal Precinct, Tripp Co., SD, page 12A. 303. Adeline S. Gnirk, The Saga of Sully Flats, (1977, Gregory Times-Advocate, Gregory, SD), page 134. 304. 1910 United States Federal Census, Ideal, Tripp Co., SD, page 12A. 305. Santee Agency Marriage Register. 306. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptism, page 188, #219.

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307. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 238 #226. 308. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 302. 309. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Burials, page 542 #261. 310. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 302. 311. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 238 #226. 312. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 302. 313. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Burials, page 542 #261. 314. 1920 United States Federal Census, Samro, Tripp Co., SD, page 3A. 315. 1910 United States Federal Census, Ideal, Tripp Co., SD, page 12A. 316. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 276 #341. 317. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 302. 318. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 276 #341. 319. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 302. 320. 1910 United States Federal Census, Ideal Precinct, Tripp Co., SD, page 12A. 321. "The Pueblo Chieftain," Pueblo, Pueblo County, Colorado, Obituary, 16 July 1985. 322. 1920 United States Federal Census, Samro, Tripp Co., SD, page 3A. 323. 1910 United States Federal Census, Ideal, Tripp Co., SD, page 12A. 324. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 325. "The Pueblo Chieftain," Pueblo, Pueblo County, Colorado, Obituary, 16 July 1985. 326. Tombstone of Christine Josette (Trudell) Hawkins, Mountain View Cemetery, Pueblo, Pueblo County, Colorado. 327. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 294 # 601. 328. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 302. 329. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 330. "The Pueblo Chieftain," Pueblo, Pueblo County, Colorado, Obituary, 16 July 1985. 331. Tombstone of Christine Josette (Trudell) Hawkins, Mountain View Cemetery, Pueblo, Pueblo County, Colorado. 332. "The Pueblo Chieftain," Pueblo, Pueblo County, Colorado, Obituary, Sunday, 29 July 1990, page 8F. 333. "The Pueblo Chieftain," Pueblo, Pueblo County, Colorado, Obituary, 16 July 1985. 334. "The Pueblo Chieftain," Pueblo, Pueblo County, Colorado, Obituary, Sunday, 29 July 1990, page 8F. 335. Tombstone of Ralph R. "Shorty" Hawkins, Mountain View Cemetery, Pueblo, Pueblo County, Colorado. 336. "The Pueblo Chieftain," Pueblo, Pueblo County, Colorado, Obituary, Sunday, 29 July 1990, page 8F. 337. Tombstone of Ralph R. "Shorty" Hawkins, Mountain View Cemetery, Pueblo, Pueblo County, Colorado. 338. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 294 # 601. 339. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 302. 340. "The Pueblo Chieftain," Pueblo, Pueblo County, Colorado, Obituary, 16 July 1985. 341. Tombstone of Christine Josette (Trudell) Hawkins, Mountain View Cemetery, Pueblo, Pueblo County, Colorado. 342. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 343. 1910 United States Federal Census, Ideal Precinct, Tripp Co., SD, page 12A. 344. "The Pueblo Chieftain," Pueblo, Pueblo County, Colorado, Obituary, Sunday, 29 July 1990, page 8F. 345. Tombstone of Ralph R. "Shorty" Hawkins, Mountain View Cemetery, Pueblo, Pueblo County, Colorado. 346. "The Pueblo Chieftain," Pueblo, Pueblo County, Colorado, Obituary of Robert Lee Hawkins. 347. "The Pueblo Chieftain," Pueblo, Pueblo County, Colorado, Obituary, 16 July 1985. 348. Knox County Business Directory and Farmer List, (1890, J. M. Wolfe & Co., Publishers, Entered according to Act of Congress in 1890, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.). 349. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 3A. 350. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 288. 351. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 3A. 352. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Marriages, page 414 #63. 353. Nebraska Marriage Records, page 290.

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Tombstone of Katherine "Kate" DeRaad Trudell, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 363. 1890 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 364. 1885 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 365. Tombstone of Antoine Trudell, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 366. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B. 367. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B. 368. Nebraska Probate Records, Probate of Julia Bloodgood Trudell. 369. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B. 370. Tombstone of Antoine Trudell, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 371. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B. 372. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B. 373. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 288. 374. Tombstone of Antoine Trudell, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 375. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Confirmed, page 304 #94. 376. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B. 377. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B. 378. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 3A. 379. Knox County Business Directory and Farmer List, (1890, J. M. Wolfe & Co., Publishers, Entered according to Act of Congress in 1890, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.). 380. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B. 381. Knox County Business Directory and Farmer List, (1890, J. M. Wolfe & Co., Publishers, Entered according to Act of Congress in 1890, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.). 382. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B. 383. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B. 384. 1890 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 385. Santee Agency Death Register, 1880-1905. 386. Tombstone of Julia Bloodgood Wambean Trudell, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 387. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Burials, page 538 #242. 388. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 288. 389. Nebraska Probate Records, Probate of Julia Bloodgood Trudell. 390. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 3A. 391. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Marriages, page 414 #63. 392. Nebraska Marriage Records, page 290. 393. Santee Agency Marriage Register. 394. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Marriages, page 414 #63. 395. Santee Agency Marriage Register. 396. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B. 397. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B. 398. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 3A. 399. Tombstone of Katherine "Kate" DeRaad Trudell, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 400. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 172. 401. Tombstone of Katherine "Kate" DeRaad Trudell, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 402. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 172. 403. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B. 404. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Burials, page 508 #150. 405. 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Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 188, #211. 406. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Burials, page 518 #79. 407. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 206 #89. 408. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Burials, page 518 #79. 409. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 208 #104. 410. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Burials, page 522 #103. 411. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 208 #104. 412. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Burials, page 522 #103. 413. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 224 #188. 414. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Burials, page 530 #179. 415. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 224 #188. 416. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Burials, page 530 #179. 417. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 236 #221. 418. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 288. 419. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Burials, page 540 #247. 420. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 288. 421. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 236 #221. 422. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 288. 423. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Burials, page 540 #247. 424. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 246 #267. 425. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 288. 426. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Burials, page 538 #240. 427. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 288. 428. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 246 #267. 429. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 288. 430. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Burials, page 538 #240. 431. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B.

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432. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 3A. 433. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 72724. 434. 1920 United States Federal Census, Springfield, Bon Homme Co., SD, page 3A. 435. 1890 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 436. 1885 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 437. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 2464. 438. "Iapi Oaye," Vol. 37 #7, August-September 1908, page 27. 439. Nebraska Birth Records, # 2464. 440. "Iapi Oaye," Vol. 38, # 1, January 1909, page 4. 441. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 72724. 442. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 114574. 443. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 2464. 444. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 296. 445. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 114574. 446. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 296. 447. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Confirmed, page 336 #287. 448. 1920 United States Federal Census, Springfield, Bon Homme Co., SD, page 3A. 449. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 2464. 450. "Iapi Oaye," Vol. 37 #7, August-September 1908, page 27. 451. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 2464. 452. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 72724. 453. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 114574. 454. 1920 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1A. 455. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 248. 456. "Niobrara Tribune," Niobrara, Nebraska, 25 March 1948. 457. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 18A. 458. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2A. 459. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 18A. 460. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2A. 461. "Niobrara Tribune," Niobrara, Nebraska, 25 March 1948. 462. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2A. 463. 1890 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 464. 1885 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 465. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 18A. 466. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 194. 467. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 18A. 468. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 248. 469. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 18A. 470. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2A. 471. 1920 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1A. 472. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 194. 473. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 18A. 474. "Niobrara Tribune," Niobrara, Nebraska, 25 March 1948. 475. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Confirmed, page 308 #136. 476. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2A. 477. 1920 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1A. 478. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 18A. 479. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2A. 480. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 18A. 481. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2A. 482. Certificate of Baptism, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, by William Holms. 483. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Burials, page 530 #183. 484. Certificate of Baptism, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, by William Holms. 485. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Burials, page 530 #183.

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486. Certificate of Baptism, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, by William Holms. 487. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 246 #267. 488. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 194. 489. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Burials, page 544 #269. 490. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 194. 491. Certificate of Baptism, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, by William Holms. 492. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 246 #267. 493. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 194. 494. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Burials, page 544 #269. 495. Certificate of Baptism, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska, by William Holms. 496. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 18A. 497. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2A. 498. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 262 #336. 499. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 194. 500. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 228. 501. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 194. 502. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 262 #336. 503. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 194. 504. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 228. 505. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 18A. 506. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2A. 507. Certificate of Baptism, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 508. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Burials, page 564 #387. 509. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox Co., NE, page 13A. 510. 1920 United States Federal Census, Goodwin Township, Roberts Co., SD, page 7B. 511. 1930 United States Federal Census, Roberts Co., SD, page 2B. 512. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox Co., NE, page 13A. 513. 1900 United States Federal Census, Goodwill Township, Roberts Co., SD, page 3A. 514. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Marriages, page 408 #41. 515. Santee Agency Marriage Register. 516. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox Co., NE, page 13A. 517. 1920 United States Federal Census, Goodwin Township, Roberts Co., SD, page 7B. 518. 1900 United States Federal Census, Goodwill Township, Roberts Co., SD, page 3A. 519. 1930 United States Federal Census, Roberts Co., SD, page 2B. 520. 1880 United States Federal Census, Moody Co., Dak. Ter., page 25B. 521. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 246. 522. 1890 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 523. 1880 United States Federal Census, Santee Agency, Knox Co., NE, page 2B. 524. 1900 United States Federal Census, Goodwill Township, Roberts Co., SD, page 3A. 525. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 154. 526. 1880 United States Federal Census, Santee Agency, Knox Co., NE, page 2B. 527. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox Co., NE, page 13A.

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528. 1900 United States Federal Census, Goodwill Township, Roberts Co., SD, page 3A. 529. 1930 United States Federal Census, Roberts Co., SD, page 2B. 530. 1890 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 531. 1880 United States Federal Census, Moody Co., Dak. Ter., page 25B. 532. 1920 United States Federal Census, Goodwin Township, Roberts Co., SD, page 7B. 533. 1900 United States Federal Census, Goodwill Township, Roberts Co., SD, page 3A. 534. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox Co., NE, page 13A. 535. 1900 United States Federal Census, Goodwill Township, Roberts Co., SD, page 3A. 536. 1930 United States Federal Census, Roberts Co., SD, page 2B. 537. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox Co., NE, page 13A. 538. 1900 United States Federal Census, Goodwill Township, Roberts Co., SD, page 3A. 539. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Marriages, page 408 #41. 540. Santee Agency Marriage Register. 541. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Marriages, page 408 #41. 542. Santee Agency Marriage Register. 543. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 86932. 544. 1890 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 545. 1885 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 546. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 292. 547. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 10B. 548. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 77543. 549. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 135847. 550. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 172042. 551. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Marriages, page 434 #59. 552. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 124. 553. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 3B. 554. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 10B. 555. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 77543. 556. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 86932. 557. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 558. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 216 #144. 559. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Confirmations, page 170. 560. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, Page 354. 561. 1925 Iowa State Census, Sioux City, Woodbury County. 562. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 135847. 563. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 172042. 564. 1925 Iowa State Census, Sioux City, Woodbury County. 565. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Confirmed, page 326 #162. 566. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee, Knox Co., NE, page 2A. 567. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 124. 568. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee, Knox Co., NE, page 2A. 569. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Marriages, page 434 #59. 570. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 124. 571. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Marriages, page 434 #59. 572. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B. 573. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 10B. 574. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B. 575. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 3B. 576. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 77543.

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577. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 216 #144. 578. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, Page 354. 579. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Confirmations, page 170. 580. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 581. 1925 Iowa State Census, Sioux City, Woodbury County. 582. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 216 #144. 583. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, Page 354. 584. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 86932. 585. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 135847. 586. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 172042. 587. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 135A. 588. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 266 #358. 589. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Confirmations, page 174. 590. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 124. 591. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918. 592. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 266 #358. 593. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 124. 594. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Confirmations, page 174. 595. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918. 596. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 135A. 597. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, page 84. 598. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 599. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 3B. 600. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 10B. 601. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 602. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, page 84. 603. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 604. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, page 90. 605. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 606. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 3B. 607. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 10B. 608. 1930 United States Federal Census, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA, page 14B. 609. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 610. 1930 United States Federal Census, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA, page 14B. 611. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 612. 1930 United States Federal Census, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA, page 14B. 613. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 614. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, page 90. 615. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 616. 1930 United States Federal Census, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA, page 14B. 617. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.

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618. 1930 United States Federal Census, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA, page 14B. 619. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, page 96. 620. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 621. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B. 622. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 3B. 623. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 10B. 624. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 625. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, page 96. 626. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B. 627. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 628. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, page 102. 629. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 3B. 630. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, page 102. 631. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, page 112. 632. 1925 Iowa State Census, Sioux City, Woodbury County. 633. 1890 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 634. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee, Knox Co., NE, page 5B. 635. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 636. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Marriages, page 438 #77. 637. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 1861. 638. Santee Agency Marriage Register. 639. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Burials, page 564 #391. 640. Santee Agency Death Register, 1880-1905. 641. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918. 642. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 643. 1930 United States Federal Census, Winnebago, Thurston Co., NE, page 12A. 644. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 1861. 645. 1930 United States Federal Census, Winnebago, Thurston Co., NE, page 12A. 646. 1920 United States Federal Census, Winnebago, Thurston Co., NE, page 19A. 647. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 186. 648. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Confirmed, page 334 #264. 649. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee, Knox Co., NE, page 5B. 650. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 651. Santee Agency Death Register, 1880-1905. 652. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 1861. 653. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, page 168. 654. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Burials, page 564 #391. 655. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Marriages, page 438 #77.

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656. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 1861. 657. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Marriages, page 438 #77. 658. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 1861. 659. Santee Agency Marriage Register. 660. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Marriages, page 438 #77. 661. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 1861. 662. Santee Agency Marriage Register. 663. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 1861. 664. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918. 665. 1920 United States Federal Census, Winnebago, Thurston Co., NE, page 18B. 666. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 667. 1920 United States Federal Census, Winnebago, Thurston Co., NE, page 18B. 668. 1930 United States Federal Census, Winnebago, Thurston Co., NE, page 12A. 669. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 88. 670. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 92. 671. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 96. 672. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 222. 673. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 96. 674. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 222. 675. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 100. 676. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 226. 677. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 100. 678. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 226. 679. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 106. 680. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 226. 681. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 106. 682. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 226. 683. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 684. 1890 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 685. 1930 United States Federal Census, Winnebago, Thurston Co., NE, page 1B. 686. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed

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Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, page 226. 687. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 688. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Confirmations, page 174. 689. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 292. 690. 1930 United States Federal Census, Winnebago, Thurston Co., NE, page 1B. 691. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 292. 692. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Confirmations, page 174. 693. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 694. 1930 United States Federal Census, Winnebago, Thurston Co., NE, page 1B. 695. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, page 226. 696. 1930 United States Federal Census, Winnebago, Thurston Co., NE, page 1B. 697. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 698. 1930 United States Federal Census, Winnebago, Thurston Co., NE, page 1B. 699. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 98. 700. 1930 United States Federal Census, Winnebago, Thurston Co., NE, page 1B. 701. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 110. 702. 1930 United States Federal Census, Winnebago, Thurston Co., NE, page 1B. 703. "Sioux City Journal," Sioux City, Iowa, 28 February 2002. 704. 1930 United States Federal Census, Winnebago, Thurston Co., NE, page 1B. 705. "Sioux City Journal," Sioux City, Iowa, 28 February 2002. 706. 1930 United States Federal Census, Winnebago, Thurston Co., NE, page 1B. 707. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate #258300. 708. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 60897. 709. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 71996. 710. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox Co., NE, page 13B. 711. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 712. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 713. 1930 United States Federal Census, Wahehe Township, Charles Mix Co., SD, page 1A. 714. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 212 #126. 715. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Confirmations, page 170. 716. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 298. 717. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 2828. 718. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee, Knox Co., NE, page 10B. 719. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 720. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Marriages, page 194. 721. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 2828. 722. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 210. 723. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 226. 724. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 210. 725. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 60897. 726. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 71996. 727. 1930 United States Federal Census, Wahehe Township, Charles Mix Co., SD, page 1A. 728. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 212 #126.

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729. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 298. 730. Baptismal Records of the Church of Saint Wenceslaus and Saint William, Verdigre, NE. 731. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Confirmations, page 170. 732. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 733. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox Co., NE, page 13A. 734. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 735. 1930 United States Federal Census, Wahehe Township, Charles Mix Co., SD, page 1A. 736. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee, Knox Co., NE, page 10B. 737. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 738. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee, Knox Co., NE, page 10B. 739. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 2828. 740. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 226. 741. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 210. 742. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 2828. 743. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Marriages, page 194. 744. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 2828. 745. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Marriages, page 194. 746. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 2828. 747. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Marriages, page 194. 748. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 2828. 749. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 60897. 750. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 71996. 751. 1930 United States Federal Census, Wahehe Township, Charles Mix Co., SD, page 1A. 752. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B. 753. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox Co., NE, page 13A. 754. South Dakota Marriage Records, # 30802. 755. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 220 #170. 756. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Confirmations, page 170. 757. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 298. 758. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Three, page 140. 759. South Dakota Marriage Records, # 30802. 760. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 220 #170. 761. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 298. 762. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Three, page 140. 763. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Confirmations, page 170. 764. South Dakota Marriage Records, # 30802. 765. "Redwing Daily Republican," Redwing, Goodhue County, Minnesota, Tuesday, 6 December 1904. 766. 1889 Mdewakanton Sioux Indian Census, Wabasha Settlement, Wabasha County, Minnesota. 767. Goodhue County, Minnesota Marriage Records, page 290-291, # 203. 768. Census of Mdewakanton Sioux of Minnesota, James McLaughlin, U.S. Indian Inspector, March 15/17, 1899, page 12. 769. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 294. 770. 1900 United States Federal Census, Paxton Township, Redwood Co., MN, page 12B.

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771. "Redwing Daily Republican," Redwing, Goodhue County, Minnesota, Tuesday, 6 December 1904. 772. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 294. 773. "Redwing Daily Republican," Redwing, Goodhue County, Minnesota, Wednesday, 31 December 1890, page 3. 774. Goodhue County, Minnesota Marriage Records, page 290-291, # 203. 775. 1900 United States Federal Census, Paxton Township, Redwood Co., MN, page 12B. 776. Goodhue County, Minnesota Marriage Records, page 290-291, # 203. 777. 1891 Mdewakanton Census. 778. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 294. 779. "Redwing Daily Republican," Redwing, Goodhue County, Minnesota, Tuesday, 6 December 1904. 780. 1900 United States Federal Census, Paxton Township, Redwood Co., MN, page 12B. 781. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 294. 782. 1895 Yankton Sioux Indian Census, page 6. 783. Census of Mdewakanton Sioux of Minnesota, James McLaughlin, U.S. Indian Inspector, March 15/17, 1899, page 12. 784. 1905 Minnesota State Census, Burnside Township, Goodhue County, page 7. 785. 1920 United States Federal Census, Lower Sioux Indian Reservation, Redwood Co., MN, page 10B. 786. 1900 United States Federal Census, Paxton Township, Redwood Co., MN, page 12B. 787. 1895 Census of the Full Blood Mdewakanton Sioux Indians of the Birch Cooley Agency, Minnesota, page 9. 788. 1910 United States Federal Census, Prairie Island Indian Reservaiton, Burnside Township, Goodhue Co., MN, page 7A. 789. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 294. 790. "Redwing Daily Republican," Redwing, Goodhue County, Minnesota, Wednesday, 31 December 1890, page 3. 791. Goodhue County, Minnesota Marriage Records, page 290-291, # 203. 792. 1900 United States Federal Census, Paxton Township, Redwood Co., MN, page 12B. 793. "Redwing Daily Republican," Redwing, Goodhue County, Minnesota, Wednesday, 31 December 1890, page 3. 794. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 294. 795. 1895 Yankton Sioux Indian Census, page 6. 796. Census of Mdewakanton Sioux of Minnesota, James McLaughlin, U.S. Indian Inspector, March 15/17, 1899, page 12. 797. 1895 Census of the Full Blood Mdewakanton Sioux Indians of the Birch Cooley Agency, Minnesota, page 9. 798. 1895 Yankton Sioux Indian Census, page 6. 799. 1900 United States Federal Census, Paxton Township, Redwood Co., MN, page 12B. 800. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Burials, page 554 #327. 801. Certificate of Baptism, St. Joseph's Church, Red Wing, Goodhue County, Minnesota. 802. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Burials, page 554 #327. 803. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 290. 804. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee, Knox Co., NE, page 10B. 805. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918. 806. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 290. 807. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918. 808. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee, Knox Co., NE, page 10B. 809. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 290. 810. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee, Knox Co., NE, page 10B. 811. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918. 812. 1890 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 813. 1885 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 814. 1920 United States Federal Census, Union Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4A. 815. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 304. 816. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 1757. 817. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Marriages, page 438 #74. 818. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 1757. 819. Santee Agency Marriage Register. 820. 1920 United States Federal Census, Union Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4A. 821. 1925 Iowa State Census, Sioux City, Woodbury County. 822. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 242. 823. 1925 Iowa State Census, Sioux City, Woodbury County. 824. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed

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Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 160. 825. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 304. 826. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918. 827. 1920 United States Federal Census, Union Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4A. 828. 1925 Iowa State Census, Sioux City, Woodbury County. 829. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 1757. 830. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 242. 831. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Marriages, page 438 #74. 832. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 1757. 833. 1925 Iowa State Census, Sioux City, Woodbury County. 834. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Marriages, page 438 #74. 835. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 1757. 836. Santee Agency Marriage Register. 837. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Marriages, page 438 #74. 838. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 1757. 839. Santee Agency Marriage Register. 840. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 1757. 841. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 86. 842. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 218. 843. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 86. 844. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 218. 845. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 90. 846. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 220. 847. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 90. 848. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 220. 849. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 104. 850. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 224. 851. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 104. 852. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 224. 853. 1930 United States Federal Census, Nebraska State School for the Blind, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., NE, page 1A. 854. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 855. 1920 United States Federal Census, Union Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4A.

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856. 1925 Iowa State Census, Sioux City, Woodbury County. 857. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 858. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 192833. 859. 1920 United States Federal Census, Union Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4A. 860. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 114. 861. 1925 Iowa State Census, Sioux City, Woodbury County. 862. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 192833. 863. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 114. 864. 1925 Iowa State Census, Sioux City, Woodbury County. 865. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 192833. 866. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 304. 867. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Marriages, page 432 #57. 868. 1900 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 20B. 869. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 45414. 870. 1900 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 20B. 871. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 238. 872. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 170. 873. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 71999. 874. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4B. 875. 1890 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 876. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 45414. 877. 1885 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 878. 1900 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 20B. 879. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 172. 880. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 304. 881. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4B. 882. 1900 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 20B. 883. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4B. 884. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 170. 885. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4B. 886. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 238. 887. 1900 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 20B. 888. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4B. 889. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 170. 890. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4B. 891. 1900 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 20B. 892. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Marriages, page 432 #57. 893. 1900 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 20B. 894. Santee Agency Marriage Register. 895. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 45414. 896. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Marriages, page 432 #57. 897. Santee Agency Marriage Register. 898. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 45414. 899. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Marriages, page 432 #57. 900. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 71999. 901. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 262 #334.

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902. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 170. 903. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 262 #334. 904. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 170. 905. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 270 #372. 906. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4B. 907. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 86. 908. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4B. 909. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 910. 1890 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 911. 1920 United States Federal Census, Union Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4A. 912. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, Page 304. 913. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee, Knox Co., NE, page 10B. 914. 1920 United States Federal Census, Union Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4A. 915. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, page 262. 916. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 196, #29. 917. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, Page 304. 918. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 919. 1920 United States Federal Census, Union Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4A. 920. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee, Knox Co., NE, page 10B. 921. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, page 262. 922. 1920 United States Federal Census, Union Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4A. 923. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 924. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4B. 925. 1920 United States Federal Census, Union Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1A. 926. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 206 #88. 927. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, Page 304. 928. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate #33229. 929. 1920 United States Federal Census, Union Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1A. 930. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, page 236 #219. 931. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate #33229. 932. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee, Knox Co., NE, page 10B. 933. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 206 #88. 934. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, Page 304. 935. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 936. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4B. 937. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 938. 1920 United States Federal Census, Union Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1A. 939. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee, Knox Co., NE, page 10B. 940. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4B. 941. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee, Knox Co., NE, page 10B. 942. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, page 236 #219.

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943. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate #33229. 944. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 945. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B. 946. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 214 #141. 947. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, Page 304. 948. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee, Knox Co., NE, page 9A. 949. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 950. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Three, page 142. 951. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate #37592. 952. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 14 September 1918. 953. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Three, page 142. 954. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 955. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 214 #141. 956. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, Page 304. 957. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Three, page 142. 958. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 959. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, page 182 #184. 960. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Three, page 142. 961. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 14 September 1918. 962. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, page 182 #184. 963. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate #37592. 964. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 965. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 112. 966. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 114. 967. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 228. 968. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 114. 969. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 228. 970. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, page 142. 971. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B. 972. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 973. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4B.

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974. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 238 #231. 975. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 117459. 976. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Confirmations, page 174. 977. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, Page 306. 978. Tombstone of John Benjamin Trudell, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 979. 1920 United States Federal Census, Niobrara Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1B. 980. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, page 260. 981. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 117459. 982. 1930 United States Federal Census, Ree Township, Charles Mix Co., SD, page 2A. 983. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 117459. 984. 1930 United States Federal Census, Ree Township, Charles Mix Co., SD, page 2A. 985. 1920 United States Federal Census, Niobrara Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1B. 986. Tombstone of John Benjamin Trudell, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 987. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 238 #231. 988. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, Page 306. 989. Tombstone of John Benjamin Trudell, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 990. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Confirmations, page 174. 991. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 992. 1930 United States Federal Census, Ree Township, Charles Mix Co., SD, page 2A. 993. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4B. 994. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 995. 1920 United States Federal Census, Niobrara Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1B. 996. 1930 United States Federal Census, Ree Township, Charles Mix Co., SD, page 2A. 997. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4B. 998. 1930 United States Federal Census, Ree Township, Charles Mix Co., SD, page 2A. 999. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, page 260. 1000. 1930 United States Federal Census, Ree Township, Charles Mix Co., SD, page 2A. 1001. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 117459. 1002. 1930 United States Federal Census, Ree Township, Charles Mix Co., SD, page 2A. 1003. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 117459. 1004. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 15B. 1005. 1920 United States Federal Census, Samro Township, Tripp Co., SD, page 3A. 1006. 1930 United States Federal Census, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA, page 9A. 1007. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 270 #375. 1008. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, Page 306. 1009. 1925 Iowa State Census, Sioux City, Woodbury County. 1010. 1930 United States Federal Census, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA, page 9A. 1011. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 270 #375. 1012. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, Page 306. 1013. 1920 United States Federal Census, Samro Township, Tripp Co., SD, page 3A. 1014. 1930 United States Federal Census, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA, page 9A. 1015. 1925 Iowa State Census, Sioux City, Woodbury County. 1016. 1930 United States Federal Census, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA, page 9A. 1017. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, page 160. 1018. 1930 United States Federal Census, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA, page 9B. 1019. 1930 United States Federal Census, Winner Township, Tripp Co., SD, page 2A.

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1020. 1920 United States Federal Census, Winner, Tripp Co., SD, page 13A. 1021. 1900 United States Federal Census, Genoa Indian School, Genoa Township, Nance Co., NE, page 7A. 1022. 1890 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 1023. 1885 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 1024. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 300. 1025. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 160. 1026. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 300. 1027. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Confirmed, page 322 #113. 1028. General Land Office Land Patents, (Land Records held by the Bureau of Land Management), Doc. # 16553, Gregory, SD, The northeast quarter of Section 26 in Township 97 north of Range 79 west of the 5th Principal Meridian, South Dakota. 1029. 1920 United States Federal Census, Winner, Tripp Co., SD, page 13A. 1030. 1930 United States Federal Census, Winner Township, Tripp Co., SD, page 2A. 1031. 1890 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 1032. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 300. 1033. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 2203. 1034. 1930 United States Federal Census, Sunrise, Platte Co., WY, page 5B. 1035. 1910 United States Federal Census, Standing Rock Indian Reservation, Morton Co., ND, page 9A. 1036. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 2203. 1037. 1910 United States Federal Census, Standing Rock Indian Reservation, Morton Co., ND, page 9A. 1038. 1920 United States Federal Census, Menz Township, Sioux Co., ND, page 2A. 1039. 1930 United States Federal Census, Sunrise, Platte Co., WY, page 5B. 1040. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1041. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918. 1042. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 2203. 1043. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1044. 1885 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 1045. 1910 United States Federal Census, Standing Rock Indian Reservation, Morton Co., ND, page 9A. 1046. 1930 United States Federal Census, Sunrise, Platte Co., WY, page 5B. 1047. 1920 United States Federal Census, Menz Township, Sioux Co., ND, page 2A. 1048. 1910 United States Federal Census, Standing Rock Indian Reservation, Morton Co., ND, page 9A. 1049. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 172. 1050. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 300. 1051. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Confirmed, page 332 #238. 1052. 1910 United States Federal Census, Standing Rock Indian Reservation, Morton Co., ND, page 9A. 1053. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918. 1054. 1910 United States Federal Census, Standing Rock Indian Reservation, Morton Co., ND, page 9A. 1055. 1920 United States Federal Census, Menz Township, Sioux Co., ND, page 2A. 1056. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918. 1057. 1930 United States Federal Census, Sunrise, Platte Co., WY, page 5B. 1058. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1059. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 2203. 1060. 1910 United States Federal Census, Standing Rock Indian Reservation, Morton Co., ND, page 9A. 1061. 1930 United States Federal Census, Sunrise, Platte Co., WY, page 5B. 1062. 1910 United States Federal Census, Standing Rock Indian Reservation, Morton Co., ND, page 9A. 1063. Nebraska Marriage Records, # 2203. 1064. 1910 United States Federal Census, Standing Rock Indian Reservation, Morton Co., ND, page 9A. 1065. 1920 United States Federal Census, Menz Township, Sioux Co., ND, page 2A. 1066. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 140671, "age 23". 1067. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 140671. 1068. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 140671, "age 21". 1069. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 140671. 1070. 1920 United States Federal Census, Menz Township, Sioux Co., ND, page 2B. 1071. 1930 United States Federal Census, Sunrise, Platte Co., WY, page 5B. 1072. Adeline S. Gnirk, The Saga of Sully Flats, (1977, Gregory Times-Advocate, Gregory, SD), page 148. 1073. Interview with Ileen Esther (Emery) Graham, interviewed by Jameson Sweet, July 2002 and June 2003.

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1074. "The Graham Family," family records, page 2. 1075. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, Wednesday, 17 October 1945, page 9; Thursday, 18 October 1945, page 9. 1076. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "Mrs. Dion Dies At 81," Thursday, 25 January 1968, page 3. 1077. 1910 United States Federal Census, Burke, Gregory Co.,SD, page 6A. 1078. 1930 United States Federal Census, Okreek, Todd Co., SD, page 1A. 1079. 1900 United States Federal Census, Genoa Indian School, Genoa Township, Nance Co., NE, page 7A. 1080. South Dakota Marriage Records, # 13701. 1081. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "Mrs. Dion Dies At 81," Thursday, 25 January 1968, page 3. 1082. Tombstone of Hattie (Trudell) Emery Dion, St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. 1083. 1890 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 1084. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 300. 1085. Funeral Card, Hibbard Funeral Chapel. 1086. Adeline S. Gnirk, The Saga of Sully Flats, (1977, Gregory Times-Advocate, Gregory, SD), page 148. 1087. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "Mrs. Dion Dies At 81," Thursday, 25 January 1968, page 3. 1088. Tombstone of Hattie (Trudell) Emery Dion, St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. 1089. Funeral Card, Hibbard Funeral Chapel. 1090. Adeline S. Gnirk, The Saga of Sully Flats, (1977, Gregory Times-Advocate, Gregory, SD), page 160. 1091. Interview with Ileen Esther (Emery) Graham, interviewed by Jameson Sweet, July 2002 and June 2003. 1092. "The Graham Family," family records, page 2. 1093. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "Draw Jury For December Term," Tuesday, 10 December 1946, page 1. 1094. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "Mrs. Dion Dies At 81," Thursday, 25 January 1968, page 3. 1095. 1910 United States Federal Census, Burke, Gregory Co., SD, page 6A. 1096. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "Samuel Emery of Grawn Dies", Wednesday, 20 June 1951, page 15. 1097. South Dakota Marriage Records, # 13701. 1098. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "Mrs. Dion Dies At 81," Thursday, 25 January 1968, page 3. 1099. Ancestry.com, South Dakota Births, 1856-1903, 2003, MyFamily.com, [database online], Provo, UT, State File # 611483, File Date 15 September 1942. 1100. 1920 United States Federal Census, Township 35, Range 27, Todd Co., SD, page 7A. 1101. 1910 United States Federal Census, Burke, Gregory Co., SD, page 6A. 1102. 1930 United States Federal Census, Okreek, Todd Co., SD, page 1A. 1103. 1885 Dakota Territorial Census, Charles Mix Co., Dak. Ter.. 1104. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "Samuel Emery of Grawn Dies", Wednesday, 20 June 1951, page 15. 1105. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918. 1106. South Dakota Marriage Records, # 13701. 1107. Tombstone of Samuel Justus Emery, St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. 1108. 1891 Rosebud Indian Reservation Census. 1109. Adeline S. Gnirk, The Saga of Sully Flats, (1977, Gregory Times-Advocate, Gregory, SD), page 161. 1110. Vital Records of Grand Traverse County, Michigan. 1111. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "Dies Today", Tuesday, 19 June 1951, page 13. 1112. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "Samuel Emery of Grawn Dies", Wedesday, 20 June 1951, page 15. 1113. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "Mrs. Dion Dies At 81," Thursday, 25 January 1968, page 3. 1114. Tombstone of Samuel Justus Emery, St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. 1115. Adeline S. Gnirk, The Saga of Sully Flats, (1977, Gregory Times-Advocate, Gregory, SD), page 147, 247. 1116. "The Graham Family," family records, page 2. 1117. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "Mrs. Dion Dies At 81," Thursday, 25 January 1968, page 3. 1118. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "John Dion Dies Suddenly," Saturday, 28 September 1968, page 14. 1119. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "Dion Rites on Tuesday," Monday,

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30 September 1968, page 2. 1120. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "Mrs. Dion Dies At 81," Thursday, 25 January 1968, page 3. 1121. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1122. 1910 United States Federal Census, Burke, Gregory Co., SD, page 2A. 1123. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918. 1124. South Dakota Marriage Records, # 8169. 1125. Tombstone of John J. Dion, St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. 1126. 1930 United States Federal Census, Scissons Township, Gregory Co., SD, page 1A. 1127. 1891 Rosebud Indian Reservation Census. 1128. Adeline S. Gnirk, The Saga of Sully Flats, (1977, Gregory Times-Advocate, Gregory, SD), page 148. 1129. Vital Records of Grand Traverse County, Michigan. 1130. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1131. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "John Dion Dies Suddenly," Saturday, 28 September 1968, page 14. 1132. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "Dion Rites on Tuesday," Monday, 30 September 1968, page 2. 1133. Tombstone of John J. Dion, St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. 1134. Funeral Card, Hibbard Funeral Chapel. 1135. 1920 United States Federal Census, Township 35, Range 27, Todd Co., SD, page 7A. 1136. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 300. 1137. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "Mrs. Dion Dies At 81," Thursday, 25 January 1968, page 3. 1138. Tombstone of Hattie (Trudell) Emery Dion, St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. 1139. General Land Office Land Patents, (Land Records held by the Bureau of Land Management), Township 37 North, Range 26 West, Section 18. 1140. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, Wednesday, 17 October 1945, page 9. 1141. Adeline S. Gnirk, The Saga of Sully Flats, (1977, Gregory Times-Advocate, Gregory, SD), page 161. 1142. 1900 United States Federal Census, Rosebud Indian Agency, Meyer Co., SD, page 317A. 1143. South Dakota Birth Records, Rec. # D-3, # D-2190, page 204, Recorded 15 September 1942. 1144. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, obituary, Wednesday, 20 June 1951, page 15. 1145. Tombstone of Samuel Justus Emery, St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. 1146. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918. 1147. 1900 United States Federal Census, Rosebud Indian Agency, Meyer Co., SD, page 317A. 1148. General Land Office Land Patents, (Land Records held by the Bureau of Land Management), Township 97 North, Range 71 West, Section 6. 1149. 1910 United States Federal Census, Burke, Gregory Co., SD, page 6A. 1150. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918. 1151. 1920 United States Federal Census, Township 38, Range 27, Todd Co., SD, page 7A. 1152. 1930 United States Federal Census, Okreek, Todd Co., SD, page 1A. 1153. 1900 United States Federal Census, Rosebud Indian Reservation, Todd Co., SD, page 317A. 1154. 1910 United States Federal Census, Burke, Gregory Co., SD, page 6A. 1155. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "Samuel Emery of Grawn Dies", Wednesday, 20 June 1951, page 15. 1156. South Dakota Marriage Records, # 13701. 1157. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "Mrs. Dion Dies At 81," Thursday, 25 January 1968, page 3. 1158. South Dakota Marriage Records, # 13701. 1159. 1900 United States Federal Census, Rosebud Indian Reservation, Meyer Co., SD, page 19A. 1160. Adeline S. Gnirk, The Saga of Sully Flats, (1977, Gregory Times-Advocate, Gregory, SD), page 147. 1161. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "Dion Rites on Tuesday," Monday, 30 September 1968, page 2. 1162. Funeral Card, Hibbard Funeral Chapel. 1163. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "Dion Rites on Tuesday," Monday, 30 September 1968, page 2. 1164. Tombstone of John J. Dion, St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan.

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1165. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918. 1166. General Land Office Land Patents, (Land Records held by the Bureau of Land Management), Township 98 North, Range 72 West, Section 25. 1167. 1910 United States Federal Census, Burke, Gregory Co., SD, page 2A. 1168. 1920 United States Federal Census, Scisson Township, Gregory Co., SD, page 7A. 1169. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918. 1170. 1930 United States Federal Census, Scissons Township, Gregory Co., SD, page 1A. 1171. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1172. Adeline S. Gnirk, The Saga of Sully Flats, (1977, Gregory Times-Advocate, Gregory, SD), page 147. 1173. 1900 United States Federal Census, Rosebud Indian Reservation, Todd Co., SD, page 19A. 1174. 1930 United States Federal Census, Scissons Township, Gregory Co., SD, page 1A. 1175. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "Mrs. Dion Dies At 81," Thursday, 25 January 1968, page 3. 1176. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "Dion Rites on Tuesday," Monday, 30 September 1968, page 2. 1177. "The Graham Family," family records, page 3. 1178. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "Mrs. Stickel Rites Tuesday," Saturday, 13 April 1968, page 3. 1179. 1920 United States Federal Census, Township 35, Range 27, Todd Co., SD, page 7A. 1180. 1930 United States Federal Census, Mt. Clemens, Macomb Co., MI, page 1A. 1181. Tombstone of Phoebe Catherine (Emery) Stickel, St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. 1182. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "Mrs. Stickel Rites Tuesday," Saturday, 13 April 1968, page 3. 1183. Tombstone of Phoebe Catherine (Emery) Stickel, St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. 1184. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "Mrs. Stickel Rites Tuesday," Saturday, 13 April 1968, page 3. 1185. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, obituary, Thursday, 26 December 1963. 1186. Tombstone of Arthur Frederick Stickel, St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. 1187. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1188. 1930 United States Federal Census, Sylvan Lake, Oakland Co., MI, page 3B. 1189. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 1190. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, obituary, Thursday, 26 December 1963. 1191. Tombstone of Arthur Frederick Stickel, St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. 1192. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1193. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, obituary, Thursday, 26 December 1963. 1194. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "Mrs. Stickel Rites Tuesday," Saturday, 13 April 1968, page 3. 1195. Tombstone of Phoebe Catherine (Emery) Stickel, St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. 1196. 1930 United States Federal Census, Mt. Clemens, Macomb Co., MI, page 1A. 1197. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "Samuel Emery of Grawn Dies", Wednesday, 20 June 1951, page 15. 1198. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, obituary, Thursday, 26 December 1963. 1199. Tombstone of Arthur Frederick Stickel, St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. 1200. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 1201. Tombstone of Arthur Frederick Stickel, St. Mary's of Hannah Catholic Church Cemetery, Kingsley, Grand Traverse County, Michigan. 1202. 1930 United States Federal Census, Sylvan Lake, Oakland Co., MI, page 3B. 1203. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, obituary, Thursday, 26 December 1963. 1204. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 1205. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index.

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1206. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, obituary, Thursday, 26 December 1963. 1207. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "Mrs. Stickel Rites Tuesday," Saturday, 13 April 1968, page 3. 1208. "The Graham Family," family records, page 3. 1209. "Record-Eagle," Obituary, Monday, 6 February 1984, page 5. 1210. 1920 United States Federal Census, Township 35, Range 27, Todd Co., SD, page 7A. 1211. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1212. 1930 United States Federal Census, Okreek, Todd Co., SD, page 1A. 1213. Michigan Department of Vital and Health Records, Michigan Death Index, 1971-1996, Database Online, Ancestry.com, 1998-. 1214. "Record-Eagle," Obituary, Monday, 6 February 1984, page 5. 1215. Tombstone of Mildred M. (Emery) Hoobler, Elmwood Cemetery, Grayling, Crawford County, Michigan. 1216. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1217. Michigan Department of Vital and Health Records, Michigan Death Index, 1971-1996, Database Online, Ancestry.com, 1998-. 1218. "Record-Eagle," Obituary, Monday, 6 February 1984, page 5. 1219. Tombstone of Mildred M. (Emery) Hoobler, Elmwood Cemetery, Grayling, Crawford County, Michigan. 1220. "Record-Eagle," Obituary, Monday, 6 February 1984, page 5. 1221. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1222. Tombstone of Lyle William Hoobler, Elmwood Cemetery, Grayling, Crawford County, Michigan. 1223. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1224. Tombstone of Lyle William Hoobler, Elmwood Cemetery, Grayling, Crawford County, Michigan. 1225. Tombstone of Mildred M. (Emery) Hoobler, Elmwood Cemetery, Grayling, Crawford County, Michigan. 1226. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "Samuel Emery of Grawn Dies", Wednesday, 20 June 1951, page 15. 1227. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1228. Tombstone of Lyle William Hoobler, Elmwood Cemetery, Grayling, Crawford County, Michigan. 1229. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1230. Interview with Ileen Esther (Emery) Graham, interviewed by Jameson Sweet, July 2002 and June 2003. 1231. "The Graham Family," family records, page 3. 1232. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, Saturday, 10 February 1945, page 5. 1233. "The Modesto Bee," Modesto, California, obituary, Friday, 2 August 1996, page B2. 1234. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1235. California Death Index, 1940-1997, ([database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000). 1236. 1930 United States Federal Census, Okreek, Todd Co., SD, page 1A. 1237. "The Modesto Bee," Modesto, California, obituary, Friday, 2 August 1996, page B2. 1238. Certificate of Baptism, St. Charles Catholic Church, St. Francis, Todd County, South Dakota. 1239. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1240. California Death Index, 1940-1997, ([database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000). 1241. "The Modesto Bee," Modesto, California, obituary, Friday, 2 August 1996, page B2. 1242. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, Saturday, 10 February 1945, page 5. 1243. Vital Records of Grand Traverse County, Michigan, Marriage Records, Liber 5, page 165. 1244. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, Saturday, 10 February 1945, page 5. 1245. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1246. California Death Index, 1940-1997, ([database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000). 1247. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1248. California Death Index, 1940-1997, ([database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000). 1249. Certificate of Baptism, St. Charles Catholic Church, St. Francis, Todd County, South Dakota. 1250. "The Modesto Bee," Modesto, California, obituary, Friday, 2 August 1996, page B2. 1251. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, "Samuel Emery of Grawn Dies", Wednesday, 20 June 1951, page 15. 1252. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1253. California Death Index, 1940-1997, ([database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000). 1254. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1255. California Death Index, 1940-1997, ([database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000). 1256. Vital Records of Grand Traverse County, Michigan, Marriage Records, Liber 5, page 165. 1257. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, Saturday, 10 February 1945, page 5. 1258. Interview with Ileen Esther (Emery) Graham, interviewed by Jameson Sweet, July 2002 and June 2003. 1259. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, obituary, Monday, 9 August 1971. 1260. 1900 United States Federal Census, Genoa Indian School, Genoa Township, Nance Co., NE, page 7A. 1261. 1910 United States Federal Census, Bloomfield, Knox Co., NE, page 11B. 1262. 1920 United States Federal Census, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha Co., SD, page 4A. 1263. 1930 United States Federal Census, Traverse City, Grand Traverse Co., MI, page 10B. 1264. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, obituary, Monday, 9 August 1971. 1265. 1890 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska.

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1266. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, obituary, Monday, 9 August 1971. 1267. 1930 United States Federal Census, Traverse City, Grand Traverse Co., MI, page 10B. 1268. "Niobrara Tribune," Niobrara, Nebraska, Thursday, 1 January 1912, page 1. 1269. 1920 United States Federal Census, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha Co., SD, page 4A. 1270. 1930 United States Federal Census, Traverse City, Grand Traverse Co., MI, page 10B. 1271. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, obituary, Monday, 9 August 1971. 1272. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 300. 1273. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 198, #41. 1274. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 300. 1275. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, obituary, Monday, 9 August 1971. 1276. 1910 United States Federal Census, Bloomfield, Knox Co., NE, page 11B. 1277. 1920 United States Federal Census, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha Co., SD, page 4A. 1278. 1930 United States Federal Census, Traverse City, Grand Traverse Co., MI, page 10B. 1279. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918. 1280. 1930 United States Federal Census, Traverse City, Grand Traverse Co., MI, page 10B. 1281. 1920 United States Federal Census, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha Co., SD, page 4A. 1282. 1930 United States Federal Census, Traverse City, Grand Traverse Co., MI, page 10B. 1283. "Niobrara Tribune," Niobrara, Nebraska, Thursday, 1 January 1912, page 1. 1284. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, Tuesday, 27 May 1947, page 13. 1285. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, Obituary, Tuesday, 10 September 1974, page 12. 1286. 1900 United States Federal Census, Genoa Indian School, Genoa Township, Nance Co., NE, page 7A. 1287. 1930 United States Federal Census, Hotsprings, Fall River Co., SD, page 2A. 1288. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 107597. 1289. Michigan Department of Vital and Health Records, Michigan Death Index, 1971-1996, Database Online, Ancestry.com, 1998-. 1290. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1291. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, Obituary, Tuesday, 10 September 1974, page 12. 1292. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 206 #86. 1293. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 300. 1294. Michigan Department of Vital and Health Records, Michigan Death Index, 1971-1996, Database Online, Ancestry.com, 1998-. 1295. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1296. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, Obituary, Tuesday, 10 September 1974, page 12. 1297. 1930 United States Federal Census, Township 38, Range 32, Todd Co. SD, page 1A. 1298. 1920 United States Federal Census, Elliston Township, Gregory Co., SD, page 7A. 1299. 1930 United States Federal Census, Township 38, Range 32, Todd Co., SD, page 1A. 1300. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 1301. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, Obituary, Tuesday, 10 September 1974, page 12. 1302. 1930 United States Federal Census, Hotsprings, Fall River Co., SD, page 2A. 1303. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 107597. 1304. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, Obituary, Tuesday, 10 September 1974, page 12. 1305. 1930 United States Federal Census, Hotsprings, Fall River Co., SD, page 2A. 1306. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 107597. 1307. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 1308. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, Obituary, Tuesday, 10 September 1974, page 12. 1309. 1920 United States Federal Census, Elliston Township, Gregory Co., SD, page 7A. 1310. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 206 #86. 1311. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 300. 1312. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Confirmations, page 170.

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1313. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 107597. 1314. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, Obituary, Tuesday, 10 September 1974, page 12. 1315. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1316. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 1317. 1920 United States Federal Census, Elliston Township, Gregory Co., SD, page 7A. 1318. 1930 United States Federal Census, Township 38, Range 32, Todd Co., SD, page 1A. 1319. 1930 United States Federal Census, Township 38, Range 32, Todd Co. SD, page 1A. 1320. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 1321. 1930 United States Federal Census, Hotsprings, Fall River Co., SD, page 2A. 1322. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 1323. 1930 United States Federal Census, Hotsprings, Fall River Co., SD, page 2A. 1324. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 1325. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 107597. 1326. 1930 United States Federal Census, Hotsprings, Fall River Co., SD, page 2A. 1327. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 107597. 1328. "Traverse City Record-Eagle," Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, Obituary, Tuesday, 10 September 1974, page 12. 1329. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 107597. 1330. 1920 United States Federal Census, Elliston Township, Gregory Co., SD, page 7A. 1331. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 120. 1332. 1920 United States Federal Census, Elliston Township, Gregory Co., SD, page 7A. 1333. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 120. 1334. "Albany Democrat Herald," Albany, Oregon, obituary, Sunday, 12 May 1957. 1335. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 49181. 1336. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 214 #138. 1337. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 300. 1338. Ancestry.com, Oregon Death Index, 1903-1998, 2000, Provo, UT: Ancestry.com [database online], Certificate # 5525. 1339. "Albany Democrat Herald," Albany, Oregon, obituary, Sunday, 12 May 1957. 1340. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 49181. 1341. Ancestry.com, Oregon Death Index, 1903-1998, 2000, Provo, UT: Ancestry.com [database online], Certificate # 3253. 1342. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 1343. 1910 United States Federal Census, Ideal, Tripp Co., SD, page 12A. 1344. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 214 #138. 1345. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 300. 1346. "Albany Democrat Herald," Albany, Oregon, obituary, Sunday, 12 May 1957. 1347. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 1348. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 49181. 1349. 1910 United States Federal Census, Ideal Precinct, Tripp Co., SD, page 12A. 1350. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 49181. 1351. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1352. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918. 1353. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 91879. 1354. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1355. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 260 #331. 1356. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 302. 1357. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1358. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 91879. 1359. 1910 United States Federal Census, Ideal, Tripp Co., SD, page 12A.

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1360. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 260 #331. 1361. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 302. 1362. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918. 1363. 1920 United States Federal Census, Township 100, Range 77, Tripp Co., SD, page 3A. 1364. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 91879. 1365. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1366. 1910 United States Federal Census, Ideal Precinct, Tripp Co., SD, page 12A. 1367. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 91879. 1368. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox Co., NE, page 2B. 1369. 1890 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 1370. 1930 United States Federal Census, Township 37, Range 30, Todd Co., SD, page 5A. 1371. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 198 #48. 1372. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 288. 1373. Nebraska Probate Records, Probate of Julia Bloodgood Trudell. 1374. South Dakota Marriage Records, # 26665. 1375. 1920 United States Federal Census, Wilson, Tripp Co., SD, page 8A. 1376. South Dakota Marriage Records, # 26665. 1377. South Dakota Marriage Records, # 29981. 1378. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 198 #48. 1379. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 288. 1380. 1930 United States Federal Census, Township 37, Range 30, Todd Co., SD, page 5A. 1381. 1920 United States Federal Census, Wilson, Tripp Co., SD, page 8A. 1382. South Dakota Marriage Records, # 26665. 1383. South Dakota Marriage Records, # 29981. 1384. 1930 United States Federal Census, Township 37, Range 30, Todd Co., SD, page 5A. 1385. 1920 United States Federal Census, Wilson, Tripp Co., SD, page 8A. 1386. 1930 United States Federal Census, Township 37, Range 30, Todd Co., SD, page 5A. 1387. South Dakota Marriage Records, # 26665. 1388. South Dakota Marriage Records, # 29981. 1389. South Dakota Marriage Records, # 26665. 1390. South Dakota Marriage Records, # 29981. 1391. 1920 United States Federal Census, Wilson, Tripp Co., SD, page 8A. 1392. 1930 United States Federal Census, Township 37, Range 30, Todd Co., SD, page 5A. 1393. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox Co., NE, page 2B. 1394. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 216 #145. 1395. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Confirmations, page 172. 1396. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 288. 1397. Nebraska Probate Records, Probate of Julia Bloodgood Trudell. 1398. Tombstone of Rebecca Trudell Vivier, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 1399. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee, Knox Co., NE, page 9A. 1400. Tombstone of Rebecca Trudell Vivier, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 1401. Tombstone of Frank Vivier, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 1402. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 216 #145. 1403. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 288. 1404. Tombstone of Rebecca Trudell Vivier, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 1405. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Confirmations, page 172. 1406. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee, Knox Co., NE, page 9A. 1407. Tombstone of Frank Vivier, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 1408. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 96.

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1409. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 222. 1410. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 96. 1411. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 222. 1412. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B. 1413. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox Co., NE, page 2B. 1414. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B. 1415. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1416. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4A. 1417. Nebraska Marriage Records, #4616. 1418. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1419. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4A. 1420. Nebraska Marriage Records, #4616. 1421. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1422. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4A. 1423. Nebraska Marriage Records, #4616. 1424. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1425. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 288 # 394. 1426. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 288. 1427. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 288 # 394. 1428. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 288. 1429. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4A. 1430. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1431. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4A. 1432. Nebraska Marriage Records, #4616. 1433. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1434. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4A. 1435. Nebraska Marriage Records, #4616. 1436. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1437. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox Co., NE, page 2B. 1438. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4A. 1439. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 86. 1440. Oregon Death Records. 1441. Certificate of Baptism, Dated May 5, 1966 by Rev. Hugh Schwartz. 1442. Oregon Death Records. 1443. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4A. 1444. 1920 United States Federal Census, Niobrara, Knox Co., NE, page 6B. 1445. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4A. 1446. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 86. 1447. Certificate of Baptism. 1448. Oregon Death Records. 1449. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1450. Oregon Death Records. 1451. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4A. 1452. 1920 United States Federal Census, Niobrara, Knox Co., NE, page 6B. 1453. 1910 United States Federal Census, Lost Creek Township, Platte Co., NE, page 144B. 1454. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4A. 1455. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1456. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 117010. 1457. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox Co., NE, page 2B. 1458. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1459. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4A. 1460. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed

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Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 86. 1461. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1462. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 117010. 1463. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4A. 1464. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 1465. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1466. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 86. 1467. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1468. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 117010. 1469. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1470. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4A. 1471. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 1472. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4A. 1473. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 1474. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4A. 1475. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1476. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 117010. 1477. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4A. 1478. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 117010. 1479. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B. 1480. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 98. 1481. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1482. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 168640. 1483. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1484. 1930 United States Federal Census, Spade Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2A. 1485. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1486. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 168640. 1487. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox Co., NE, page 2B. 1488. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 3A. 1489. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1490. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 98. 1491. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 3A. 1492. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1493. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox Co., NE, page 2B. 1494. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 168640. 1495. 1930 United States Federal Census, Spade Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2A. 1496. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1497. 1930 United States Federal Census, Spade Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2A. 1498. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 168640. 1499. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1500. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 100. 1501. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1502. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 134986. 1503. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1A. 1504. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1505. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1A. 1506. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 100. 1507. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1508. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1A. 1509. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1510. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 134986. 1511. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1A.

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1512. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 134986. 1513. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 189952. 1514. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B. 1515. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 3A. 1516. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1517. "Sioux City Journal," Sioux City, Iowa, 18 May 2002. 1518. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 189952. 1519. "Sioux City Journal," Sioux City, Iowa, 18 May 2002. 1520. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 189952. 1521. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1522. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, page 106. 1523. "Sioux City Journal," Sioux City, Iowa, 18 May 2002. 1524. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1525. "Sioux City Journal," Sioux City, Iowa, 18 May 2002. 1526. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1527. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, page 106. 1528. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1529. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 189952. 1530. "Sioux City Journal," Sioux City, Iowa, 18 May 2002. 1531. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 189952. 1532. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 162. 1533. Certificate of Baptism, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 1534. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 18A. 1535. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2A. 1536. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Confirmations, page 174. 1537. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 194. 1538. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 228. 1539. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 194. 1540. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Marriages, page 194. 1541. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 1542. 1890 Indian Census, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox County, Nebraska. 1543. 1920 United States Federal Census, Union Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4A. 1544. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1545. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 194. 1546. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 228. 1547. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Confirmations, page 174. 1548. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 18A. 1549. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2A. 1550. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1551. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Confirmations, page 174. 1552. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 1553. 1920 United States Federal Census, Union Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4A. 1554. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1555. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Marriages, page 194.

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1556. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 114. 1557. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 18A. 1558. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2A. 1559. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 236 #223. 1560. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 194. 1561. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 1562. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 250. 1563. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 236 #223. 1564. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 194. 1565. 1900 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 18A. 1566. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2A. 1567. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Burials, page 250. 1568. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 1569. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1570. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 257722. 1571. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 128. 1572. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 257722. 1573. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 128. 1574. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 257722. 1575. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2A. 1576. 1920 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1A. 1577. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 278 #346. 1578. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 194. 1579. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 278 #346. 1580. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 194. 1581. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2A. 1582. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 124. 1583. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Three, page 138. 1584. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 124. 1585. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Three, page 138. 1586. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2A. 1587. 1920 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1A. 1588. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 94. 1589. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Three, page 142.

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1590. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Marriages, page 200. 1591. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 94. 1592. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Three, page 142. 1593. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2A. 1594. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Marriages, page 200. 1595. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox Co., NE, page 13A. 1596. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1597. 1920 United States Federal Census, Goodwin Township, Roberts Co., SD, page 7B. 1598. 1900 United States Federal Census, Goodwill Township, Roberts Co., SD, page 3A. 1599. 1930 United States Federal Census, Bedford, Bedford Co., VA, page 13B. 1600. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Confirmations, page 170. 1601. World War II Draft Registration Card, Serial # 370, 27 April 1942. 1602. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1603. 1930 United States Federal Census, Bedford, Bedford Co., VA, page 13B. 1604. 1920 United States Federal Census, Goodwin Township, Roberts Co., SD, page 7B. 1605. 1930 United States Federal Census, Bedford, Bedford Co., VA, page 13B. 1606. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 100. 1607. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Confirmations, page 170. 1608. World War II Draft Registration Card, Serial # 370, 27 April 1942. 1609. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox Co., NE, page 13A. 1610. 1920 United States Federal Census, Goodwin Township, Roberts Co., SD, page 7B. 1611. 1930 United States Federal Census, Bedford, Bedford Co., VA, page 13B. 1612. World War II Draft Registration Card, Serial # 370, 27 April 1942. 1613. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1614. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Santee Indian Reservation, Knox Co., NE, page 13A. 1615. 1900 United States Federal Census, Goodwill Township, Roberts Co., SD, page 3A. 1616. 1930 United States Federal Census, Bedford, Bedford Co., VA, page 13B. 1617. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 100. 1618. World War II Draft Registration Card, Serial # 370, 27 April 1942 (her husband's draft card). 1619. 1930 United States Federal Census, Bedford, Bedford Co., VA, page 13B. 1620. 1920 United States Federal Census, Goodwin Township, Roberts Co., SD, page 7B. 1621. 1930 United States Federal Census, Bedford, Bedford Co., VA, page 13B. 1622. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 100. 1623. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1624. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 100. 1625. 1930 United States Federal Census, Bedford, Bedford Co., VA, page 13B. 1626. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1627. 1920 United States Federal Census, Goodwin Township, Roberts Co., SD, page 7B. 1628. 1930 United States Federal Census, Bedford, Bedford Co., VA, page 13B. 1629. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1630. 1920 United States Federal Census, Goodwin Township, Roberts Co., SD, page 7B. 1631. 1930 United States Federal Census, Bedford, Bedford Co., VA, page 13B. 1632. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1633. 1920 United States Federal Census, Goodwin Township, Roberts Co., SD, page 7B. 1634. 1930 United States Federal Census, Bedford, Bedford Co., VA, page 13B. 1635. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 135A.

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1636. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 280 # 356. 1637. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 124. 1638. 1925 Iowa State Census, Sioux City, Woodbury County. 1639. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 280 # 356. 1640. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 124. 1641. 1910 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 135A. 1642. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1643. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B. 1644. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 3B. 1645. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1646. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 2B. 1647. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1648. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Three, page 80. 1649. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Three, page 84. 1650. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Three, page 88. 1651. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1652. 1930 United States Federal Census, Winnebago, Thurston Co., NE, page 12A. 1653. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1654. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 104. 1655. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1656. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 104. 1657. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1658. "The Sheldon Mail," Sheldon, Iowa, 21 July 1954. 1659. 1930 United States Federal Census, Winnebago, Thurston Co., NE, page 1B. 1660. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1661. Tombstone of Harris A. "Harry" Trudell, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 1662. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1663. Tombstone of Harris A. "Harry" Trudell, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 1664. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1665. Tombstone of Harris A. "Harry" Trudell, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 1666. 1930 United States Federal Census, Winnebago, Thurston Co., NE, page 1B. 1667. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1668. 1930 United States Federal Census, Winnebago, Thurston Co., NE, page 1B. 1669. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1670. 1930 United States Federal Census, Winnebago, Thurston Co., NE, page 1B. 1671. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1672. 1930 United States Federal Census, Winnebago, Thurston Co., NE, page 1B. 1673. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1674. 1930 United States Federal Census, Winnebago, Thurston Co., NE, page 1B. 1675. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1676. 1930 United States Federal Census, Winnebago, Thurston Co., NE, page 1B. 1677. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1678. 1930 United States Federal Census, Winnebago, Thurston Co., NE, page 1B. 1679. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1680. 1930 United States Federal Census, Winnebago, Thurston Co., NE, page 1B. 1681. North Carolina Birth Records, Vol. 188, page 391. 1682. "Niobrara Tribune," Niobrara, Nebraska, obituary. 1683. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 6B. 1684. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 156505. 1685. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1686. "Niobrara Tribune," Niobrara, Nebraska, obituary. 1687. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 3A.

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1688. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 102. 1689. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1690. "Niobrara Tribune," Niobrara, Nebraska, obituary. 1691. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 156505. 1692. "Niobrara Tribune," Niobrara, Nebraska, obituary. 1693. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 156505. 1694. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1695. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1B. 1696. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 1697. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1698. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 102. 1699. "Niobrara Tribune," Niobrara, Nebraska, obituary. 1700. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1701. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 3A. 1702. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 1703. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1B. 1704. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1705. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 156505. 1706. "Niobrara Tribune," Niobrara, Nebraska, obituary. 1707. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 156505. 1708. 1930 United States Federal Census, Wahehe Township, Charles Mix Co., SD, page 1A. 1709. South Dakota Birth Records, State File # 140-1925-307068. 1710. South Dakota Death Records, State File # 140. 1711. Marriage Records of St. Paul's Catholic Church, Marty, SD. 1712. South Dakota Death Records, State File # 140. 1713. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Three, page 122. 1714. Marriage Records of St. Paul's Catholic Church, Marty, SD. 1715. Tombstone of Floyd Allen "Jimmy" Denney, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 1716. Tombstone of Delberta Faith "Squeaky" Denney, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 1717. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Three, page 94. 1718. Tombstone of Delberta Faith "Squeaky" Denney, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 1719. "Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan," Yankton, South Dakota. 1720. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1721. "Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan," Yankton, South Dakota, Obituary, Monday, 28 August 2000. 1722. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1723. "Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan," Yankton, South Dakota, Obituary, Monday, 28 August 2000. 1724. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1725. "Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan," Yankton, South Dakota, Obituary, Wednesday, 18 August 1999. 1726. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1727. "Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan," Yankton, South Dakota, Obituary, Wednesday, 18 August 1999. 1728. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1729. "Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan," Yankton, South Dakota, Obituary, Wednesday, 18 August 1999. 1730. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1731. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 106. 1732. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1733. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Marriages, page 200. 1734. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918. 1735. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Three, page 142. 1736. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed

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Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 106. 1737. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1738. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Three, page 142. 1739. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918. 1740. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Marriages, page 200. 1741. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918. 1742. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Marriages, page 200. 1743. Census of Mdewakanton Sioux of Minnesota, James McLaughlin, U.S. Indian Inspector, March 15/17, 1899, page 12. 1744. 1930 United States Federal Census, Spring Grove Township, Roberts Co., SD, page 2A. 1745. 1905 Minnesota State Census, Burnside Township, Goodhue County, page 7. 1746. 1910 United States Federal Census, Prairie Island Indian Reservaiton, Burnside Township, Goodhue Co., MN, page 7A. 1747. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 188727. 1748. South Dakota Death Records. 1749. South Dakota Probate Records, Probate of Norma Noble Young, Probate #IP TC 505R 82. 1750. South Dakota Probate Records, Probate of Mary Trudell Hopkins, #SW NE 122. 1751. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 34200. 1752. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate #34200. 1753. South Dakota Probate Records, Probate of Norma Noble Young, Probate #IP TC 505R 82. 1754. 1930 United States Federal Census, Spring Grove Township, Roberts Co., SD, page 2A. 1755. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1918. 1756. South Dakota Probate Records, Probate of Norma Noble Young, Probate #IP TC 505R 82. 1757. South Dakota Probate Records, Probate of Mary Trudell Hopkins, #SW NE 122. 1758. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 188727. 1759. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate #34200. 1760. 1900 United States Federal Census, Paxton Township, Redwood Co., MN, page 12B. 1761. South Dakota Death Records. 1762. Record Of Pupil In School, Pipestone Indian School, Pipestone, Pipestone County, Minnesota. 1763. Certificate of Baptism, St. Joseph's Church, Red Wing, Goodhue County, Minnesota. 1764. South Dakota Death Records. 1765. Record Of Pupil In School, Pipestone Indian School, Pipestone, Pipestone County, Minnesota. 1766. 1930 United States Federal Census, Spring Grove Township, Roberts Co., SD, page 2A. 1767. South Dakota Probate Records, Probate of Mary Trudell Hopkins, #SW NE 122. 1768. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 34200. 1769. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate #34200. 1770. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1918. 1771. 1930 United States Federal Census, Spring Grove Township, Roberts Co., SD, page 2A. 1772. South Dakota Probate Records, Probate of Norma Noble Young, Probate #IP TC 505R 82. 1773. South Dakota Probate Records, Probate of Mary Trudell Hopkins, #SW NE 122. 1774. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 188727. 1775. South Dakota Probate Records, Probate of Mary Trudell Hopkins, #SW NE 122, "aged 19 yrs." 1776. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 127480. 1777. Record Of Pupil In School, Pipestone Indian School, Pipestone, Pipestone County, Minnesota. 1778. Census of Mdewakanton Sioux of Minnesota, James McLaughlin, U.S. Indian Inspector, March 15/17, 1899, page 12. 1779. 1930 United States Federal Census, Spring Grove Township, Roberts Co., SD, page 2A. 1780. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 127480. 1781. 1930 United States Federal Census, Spring Grove Township, Roberts Co., SD, page 2A. 1782. 1900 United States Federal Census, Paxton Township, Redwood Co., MN, page 12B. 1783. 1910 United States Federal Census, Prairie Island Indian Reservaiton, Burnside Township, Goodhue Co., MN, page 7A. 1784. Record Of Pupil In School, Pipestone Indian School, Pipestone, Pipestone County, Minnesota. 1785. 1930 United States Federal Census, Spring Grove Township, Roberts Co., SD, page 2A. 1786. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 127480. 1787. 1930 United States Federal Census, Spring Grove Township, Roberts Co., SD, page 2A. 1788. 1905 Minnesota State Census, Burnside Township, Goodhue County, page 7.

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1789. 1920 United States Federal Census, Lower Sioux Indian Reservation, Redwood Co., MN, page 10B. 1790. 1910 United States Federal Census, Prairie Island Indian Reservaiton, Burnside Township, Goodhue Co., MN, page 7A. 1791. Certificate of Baptism, St. Joseph's Church, Red Wing, Goodhue County, Minnesota. 1792. 1920 United States Federal Census, Lower Sioux Indian Reservation, Redwood Co., MN, page 10B. 1793. 1905 Minnesota State Census, Burnside Township, Goodhue County, page 7. 1794. 1920 United States Federal Census, Lower Sioux Indian Reservation, Redwood Co., MN, page 10B. 1795. 1910 United States Federal Census, Prairie Island Indian Reservaiton, Burnside Township, Goodhue Co., MN, page 7A. 1796. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918. 1797. Certificate of Baptism, St. Joseph's Church, Red Wing, Goodhue County, Minnesota. 1798. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 12 September 1918. 1799. 1920 United States Federal Census, Union Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4A. 1800. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 94. 1801. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1802. 1925 Iowa State Census, Sioux City, Woodbury County. 1803. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1B. 1804. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1805. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1B. 1806. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1807. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 94. 1808. 1925 Iowa State Census, Sioux City, Woodbury County. 1809. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1810. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1B. 1811. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1812. 1930 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1B. 1813. "Niobrara Tribune," Niobrara, Nebraska, Obituary, Sunday, 5 August 2001. 1814. "Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan," Yankton, South Dakota, Wednesday, 1 August 2001. 1815. "Niobrara Tribune," Niobrara, Nebraska, Obituary, Sunday, 5 August 2001. 1816. 1925 Iowa State Census, Sioux City, Woodbury County. 1817. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1818. "Niobrara Tribune," Niobrara, Nebraska, Obituary, Sunday, 5 August 2001. 1819. "Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan," Yankton, South Dakota, Wednesday, 1 August 2001. 1820. 1920 United States Federal Census, Union Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4A. 1821. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1822. "Niobrara Tribune," Niobrara, Nebraska, Obituary, Sunday, 5 August 2001. 1823. 1925 Iowa State Census, Sioux City, Woodbury County. 1824. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1825. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4B. 1826. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 10B. 1827. 1930 United States Federal Census, Harrison Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4B. 1828. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 276 #397. 1829. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 170. 1830. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Marriages, page 196. 1831. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 1832. 1920 United States Federal Census, Santee Township, Knox Co., NE, page 10B. 1833. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Confirmations, page 172. 1834. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 102. 1835. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 276 #397. 1836. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 170. 1837. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4B.

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1838. 1930 United States Federal Census, Harrison Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4B. 1839. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 102. 1840. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Confirmations, page 172. 1841. Draft Registration Card, (World War I Draft Registration, taken 5 June 1917, 5 July 1918, and 12 September 1918), 5 June 1917. 1842. 1930 United States Federal Census, Harrison Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4B. 1843. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Marriages, page 196. 1844. 1930 United States Federal Census, Harrison Township, Knox Co., NE, page 5A. 1845. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 146. 1846. 1930 United States Federal Census, Harrison Township, Knox Co., NE, page 5A. 1847. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 148. 1848. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4B. 1849. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book One, Baptisms, page 296 # 611. 1850. Santee Agency Baptismal Ledger, 1843-1904, page 170. 1851. 1910 United States Federal Census, Hill Township, Knox Co., NE, page 4B. 1852. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1853. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Three, page 88. 1854. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1855. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate #225362. 1856. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1857. Tombstone of Leo Vincent Trudell, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 1858. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Three, page 146. 1859. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate #225362. 1860. Tombstone of Leo Vincent Trudell, Santee Cemetery, Santee, Knox County, Nebraska. 1861. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1862. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate #225362. 1863. "The Lincoln Star," Lincoln, Nebraska, Saturday, 29 October 1966. 1864. "Fremont Tribune," Fremont, Nebraska, 1 September 2007. 1865. "Lincoln Evening Journal," Lincoln, Nebraska, Monday, 9 February, 1959. 1866. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1867. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 98. 1868. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1869. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Three, page 144. 1870. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 98. 1871. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Three, page 144. 1872. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, page 284. 1873. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1874. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Three, page 92. 1875. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian

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Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Three, page 98. 1876. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1877. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Marriages, page 200. 1878. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1879. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Marriages, page 200. 1880. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1881. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Marriages, page 200. 1882. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, page 160. 1883. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, page 10. 1884. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Three, page 120. 1885. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, page 160. 1886. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, page 164. 1887. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, page 166. 1888. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Three, page 76. 1889. 1920 United States Federal Census, Niobrara Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1B. 1890. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 162783. 1891. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 112. 1892. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 162783. 1893. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 112. 1894. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 162783. 1895. 1920 United States Federal Census, Niobrara Township, Knox Co., NE, page 1B. 1896. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 206515. 1897. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 124. 1898. Kansas Death Records, State File # 73 015699. 1899. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1900. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 206515. 1901. Kansas Death Records, State File # 73 015699. 1902. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 124. 1903. Kansas Death Records, State File # 73 015699. 1904. Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index. 1905. South Dakota Marriage Records, Certificate # 206515. 1906. The Church of Our Most Merciful Saviour, of the Chapel of the Holy Faith, and of The Chapel of Our Blessed Redeemer Comprising the Mission of The Protestant Episcopal Church Among the Santee Indians on the Santee Indian Reservation in the State of Nebraska, Santee Mission Register, Book Two, Baptisms, page 130. 1907. "Marysville Globe," Marysville, Snohomish County, Washington, Obituary. 1908. "Marysville Globe," Marysville, Snohomish County, Washington, Obituary, 5 June 1996. 1909. 1910 United States Federal Census, Standing Rock Indian Reservation, Morton Co., ND, page 9A. 1910. 1920 United States Federal Census, Menz Township, Sioux Co., ND, page 2A.

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