Native American Research Project



Native American
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submitted by Barbara Clayton

Source: OHS Microfilm CAA 79, Frame 059

Marriage License No. 15,
Cheyenne and Arapaho Agency,
Oklahoma Territory.


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

Man: Indian Name - CROW CHIEF, Jr.; English Name - Max Van HORN; Name on Allotment Roll - Max Van HORN; Age - 24; Relationship to Each Other - None; Blood or Nationality - Full Blood; Tribe or Citizenship - Cheyenne; Name of Father - CROW CHIEF; Name of Mother - OLD WOMAN; Previous Marriage - None.

Woman: Indian Name - CROOKED WOMAN; English Name - Anna LITTLE ELK; Name on Allotment Roll - Anna LITTLE ELK; Age - 24; Relationship to Each Other - None; Blood or Nationality - Full Blood; Tribe or Citizenship - Cheyenne; Name of Father - BLACK KETTLE; Name of Mother - MOVING AWAY; Previous Marriage - None.

They Wish to be Married 1. By a clergyman in accordance with the laws of this Territory.
Witness My Hand this 1st day of September 1902.
/S/ [Illegible], U.S. Indian Agent.

Return of Marriage License No. 15
I hereby certify, That Max Van HORN and Anna LITTLE ELK, known by me to be the persons described in the above license, were married by me on the 26th day of Ocober 1902 at Kingfisher Indian Mission in the Territory of Oklahoma in compliance with the laws of said Territory by declaring in our presence their intention to live together permanently as husband and wife.
/S/ Robt HAMILTON, Minister, Watonga, OT.
Witnesses: Mary P. JAYNE; Philip COOK.

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