Richard Davis and Paul Good Bear

From the Cheyenne and Arapahoe Sword we see that Paul Goodbear and Miss Eaglefeather were married on the 25th of June.  The ceremony was performed at teh home of Major and Mrs. Stouch. Paul and his bride will make a wedding tour East, taking in teh Exposition at Buffalo, and spending some time at Philadelphia.  The contracting parties were at one time students of Carlisle and are remembered very well by some of our people.

July 1901 RED MAN AND HELPER



Harvey Good Bear,33,male,killed in action WW1,died 10-19-1918.

Births and Deaths of C&As (no name of vol. pages only shown)
Text Copyright (c) 2003 Ruby Bushyhead compiled by John Sipes.



Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Indian Service, Field Journal Voucher No. 51.
(To transfer the proceeds of the sale of the Old Woman allotment to the accounts of her heirs, LS 39777-26)
September 22, 1926, Seger Indian Agency, Colony, Oklahoma.
Heirs: Bear Woman (Dirty Nose), Jane Big Smoke, Willie Bear Shield, Alfred Bear Shield, Peairs Ground Nose, Lizzie Good Bear, Killing Woman, Little Woman Magpie, Looks Behind, Standing (Roman Nose) First cousin to Measure Woman Standing Bird, daughter of Medicine Water and Mochi POWs, and Standing is wife of Henry Roman Nose, POW, Two Hawks, Turkey Legs, Clara Winona Turkey Legs, Nancy Tall Bird, William Tall Bird, Vetcora (Vetcora was married to Bird Chief, brother of Standing Bird, son-in-law of Medicine Water), Wooly Dog.

Text Copyright (c) 2005 Sipes/Berthrong Cheyenne Collections. Ft. Marion POWs Files and Estates Files.