Native American Research Project



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submitted by Barbara Clayton

Source: OHS Microfilm CAA 79, Frame 104

Marriage License No. 35,
Cheyenne and Arapaho Agency,
Oklahoma Territory.


License is hereby issued for the marriage of the followning Persons:

Man: Indian Name - WOO-MAH; English Name - RED CLOUD; Name on Allotment Roll - RED CLOUD; Age - 58; Relationship to Each Other - None; Blood or Nationality - Full Blood; Tribe or Citizenship - Cheyenne; Name of Father - SPOTTED HORSE, d'c'd; Name of Mother - LAST CHILD, d'c'd; Previous Marriage - WHITE BUFFALO WOMAN, dc'd.

Woman: Indian Name - HO-O-STO-NAH; English Name - Mrs. BLACK KETTLE; Name on Allotment Roll - Mrs. BLACK KETTLE; Age - 53; Relationship to Each Other - None; Blood or Nationality - Full Blood; Tribe or Citizenship - Cheyenne; Name of Father - LAME ELK, d'c'd; Name of Mother - MUMH-SE-NAH-NI-E, d'c'd; Previous Marriage - BLACK KETTLE, dc'd.

They Wish to be Married 1. By a clergyman in accordance with the laws of this Territory.
Witness My Hand this 27th day of May 1904.
/S/ [Illegible], Supt. & Spl. Disb. Agent.

Return of Marriage License No. 35
I hereby certify, That RED CLOUD (WOO-MAH) and Mrs. BLACK KETTLE (HO-O-STO-NAH), known by me to be the persons described in the above license, were married by me on the 29th day of May 1904 at Darlington in the Territory of Oklahoma, Blaine Co. in compliance with the laws of said Territory.
/S/ Richard H. HARPER, Minister of the Gospel, Darlington, OT.
Witnesses: Susie HANSELL.

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