Native American Research Project

Native American
Research Project

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submitted by Barbara Clayton

Source: OHS Microfilm CAA 78, Frame 1040

Warren BIGHAWK's Remains Transferred

Kingfisher, Okla.
June 29 / '11

Supt. Wm. B. FREER
Darlington, Okla.

Dear Sir:
I had RED LEAF's son's remains transferred from ELK RIVER's allotment (in place of HOPPING allotment) to the Mission cemetery. Please make the paying of the grave digging special by sending a check to Mr. David DEIBLE.

Digging $5.00
Timber 2.00
Total cost of transfer $7.00

Yours respectfully
Add. Farmer
Dist. 5 


Source: OHS Microfilm CAA 78, Frame 1039 

Transfer of Remains of Warren BIGHAWK 

Re: Transfer of remains of Warren BIGHAWK.

Cheyenne & Arapaho Agency
Darlington, Oklahoma
June 1, 1911

Additional Farmer,
Kingfisher, Okla.

Dear Sir:

RED LEAF, of the Calument District, states that she wishes to transfer the remains of her son, Warren BIGHAWK, now buried on the allotment of ELK RIVER, to the cemetery at the Kingfisher Mission. Please see Rev. Mr. HAMILTON as to whether he approves of the plan and if so, send me an estimate of the cost of disinterring the remains, enclosing them in a neat wooden box, and reinterring them in the cemetery. Warren BIGHAWK died about six years ago.

Very truly yours,
Supt. & Spl. Disb. Agt. 

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