Native American Research Project



Native American
Research Project

The Native American Research Project is intended to provide a place where those with special interest in Native American families from Kingfisher County and surrounding areas may share their genealogical findings. These may include records of any kind, including census records, birth, marriage, and death records, and land records.

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submitted by Barbara Clayton

Source: OHS Microfilm CAA 78, Frame 542

Lottie STARR aka Susie BUFFALO

Cheyenne & Arapaho Agency
Darlington, Oklahoma
March 8th, 1912

Miss Mary P. JAYNE
Watonga, Oklahoma

Dear Miss JAYNE:
Yours of the 29th ist at hand. Robert BURNS has at last made out that the other name of Lottie STARR was Susie BUFFALO, her official name. She died December 5th, 1908.

Very respectfully,
Wm. B. FREER
Supt. & Spl. Disb. Agent
 
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Death Date - Lottie STARR

Source: OHS Microfilm CAA 78, Frame 509

Cheyenne & Arapaho Agency
Darlington, Oklahoma
June 6, 1911

Miss Mary P. JAYNE
Watonga, Oklahoma

Dear Madam:
Replying to that part of your letter of May 3rd inquiring about the death of Lottie STARR, who was carried on our records as SHORT NOSE, you are informed that this girl died February 15, 1894.

Very truly yours,
Wm. B. FREER
Supt. & Spl. Disb. Agt.
 
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Lottie STARR Death

Source: OHS Microfilm CAA 78, Frame 501

Watonga, Oklahoma
May 3, 1911

Mr. W.B. FREER
Darlington, Okla.

Dear Mr. FREER:
Thank you very much for the dates of death of Christian Indians, as given to me in a recent letter. I do not know under what other name Lottie STARR was known. She was a young Arapaho girl, a pupil at the school, the daughter, I think of UGLY BUFFALO, or BAD BUFFALO, who lived at Twelve Mile Point. She was the sister of Bertha STARR, who is now the wife of Doc SEWARD, living north of Calumet. It is possible Miss BOWMAN can help me out...

Yours in service,
Mary P. JAYNE

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