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1862 Kansas Kickapoo Land Allotments

1890 Land Allotment
1891Kansas Kickapoo Roll
1905 Kansas Kickapoo Roll
1915
Kansas Kickapoo Roll
1925
Kansas Kickapoo Roll
1940
Kansas Kickapoo Roll
Chief Captain Hamilton
Reservation Map of 1919


1862 Kansas Kickapoo Land Allotments

                                comments
#        Name

91     Ah che mah wa   
82    Ah nep e ah   
80    Ah she ta   
14    An a que kas   
96    Anderson , James    
92    Anderson , John C.                                      
94    Anderson , Esther     
99    Cadue , Alexander    
101  Cadue , Frank                                                  
103  Cadue , John    
97    Cadue , Mitchell    
105  Cadue , Paul   
98    Cadue , Susan           
104  Cadue , William   
72    Chah gah be   
95    Chah ke ke   
68    Chah kmeet   
10    Dawson , John    
88    Es ke puck ah   
1      Hamilton , Captain                                              
27    Kah tha no tha   
49    Kah we sha o   
81    Kaw kawk   
37    Kaw kawp ohe   
24    Ke o tuck   
44    Ke pu wa qua   
75    Ke so qua   
22    Ke we dno quah   
17    Ke we nes   
106  Kennekuk , John    Chief                              
33    Masquat , Susan    Ket qua
25    Kom so qua   
31    Lawrence , Betsy    
30    Lawrence , John B.    
26    Lawrence , Mitchel    
15    Mah ko tah mo sha wa                                  
102  Mash waw qua   
29    Mashein Wa   
36    Mish kaw wa   
67    Mix e qua   
66    Mjo e tah   
74    Mko yon   
4      Mo ke ten o quah   
73    Msuh Que   
61    Na gdo nah   
46    Nah ge shick   
53    Nah kah e qua   
86    Nahk sa   
100   Nan a she o tha que   
52    Nan waw ga   
45    Ne bah quah   
50    Ne kno ge shick   
54    Ne kno wy trwo qua   
59    Nes naw ba   
58    Ngwa ose   
5      No ten   
87    Nom ko kum   
57    Nshe kash a se   
20    Nwah ka qua   
40    0 ketch e   
3      0 ketch kah   
51    0 ketch kum me   
18    0 saw wah   
62    0 saw we   
55    0 ta men   
56    P kuk no qua   
65    Pah the    Chief               
109  Pam wy tuck   
63    Pash pah o   
89    Nwan , Pete                   Pden wan
73    Pe tin o quah   
2      Pe to pe   
84    Pe wa mo   
7      Pensioneau , Paschal   
9      Pensioneau , Stephen                   
39    Pkesh no qua   
38    Qua es   
28    Sa sa kah   
108  Sak to   
69    Shaw win   
107  She kan a que   
77    She mah gah   
47    Shuh ke qua   
19    Shum Ko qua   
85    Shum nah bo   
83    T ah che ah   
64    Tah o sa   
93    Tah pah she   
76    Ten o qua   
48    To za   
34    To zette   
21    Wa we ah sen   
12    Wah cho   
70    Wahb me me   
32    Wain be qua   
8      Wam a shea kaw wa   
16    Wash puk qua   
71    Watch ke   
79    Waw pam a sha wa   
13    Waw pon o pe qua   
6      Waw thah ten o quah   
41    Waw wahk   
78    Waw wahs me qua   
42    Waw waw sa   
60    Waw waw sug   
90    We we nes   
11    Whipple , Joseph    
35    Wy tah the   
23    Wy we pgnaw ka

In this allotment, the resevaration was much bigger than the present one.
For example, Captain Hamilton aka Pet-ti-quauk, or Rolling Thunder,
Land Allotment from the 1862 , became Muscotah, Ks in Atchison Co.

Executed in presence of:
John E. Badger.
H. C. Pursel.
Nelson S. Shaler.
Paschall Pensioneau, his x mark, United States interpreter.
W. D. Barnett, witness to signature of Paschall Pensioneau







signed  treaty


signed treaty  










  signed treaty









signed treaty    





signed treaty






























signed treaty







signed treaty   










he signed Toth-way, or Frank Cadue



  Wahk ten quah






he signed Pet-ti-quauk, or Rolling Thunder
see article at bottom of page








he signed Chief Pah-kah-kah, or John Kennekuk,





Mah-mah-she-cow-ah, or Bear Track






























Chief Par-thee, or the Elk Chief,






Paschall Pensioneau, his x mark, United States interpreter
he signed Ken-ne-kuk, or Stephen Pen-sion-eau





































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1890 Land Allotment

This my attempt to make a first census of the Kickapoo in Kansas.
I started with the 1890 Land Allotment Roll.  My main
concern was to placed those Allotees in family form. I did add a few
extras. I used the Indian Kickapoo Census http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=List&dbid=1059&offerid=0%3a7858%3a0
1891-1900 plus the 1900 U.S. Federal Census.
They were still coming in 1900 and later and did not get land Allotments and may not appear here.
The BOLD numbers appear more than once.
Use this as a guide to get started-but do your own research. There are mistakes , my own and others that did the census.



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Land Number English Name
DOB
relationship Indian name Other Names and comments






1
2
3
18

1825
1831
1874
1881
Father
Wife
Daughter
Grandaughter
Ke wah ko uk
Pam mah to quah
Pam-Ah-Tho-Ah
Pe-At-Wat-MO-Quah


Men ah que do quah
Pah Pe We Ah
144
6
7
8

Masquat , Peponie
Masquat , Eugene
Herrick , Anna
1825
1831
1874
1881
Father
Wife
Son
Daughter
Mas-Quot
Pop-pe-me-ah-- dau of Paschall Pensioneau
No-Kah-Waht
Char-CO-Tha
No-Kah-Waht
1900 census- had 10 kids with 6 living
Mo kok wab or no kah wat

Sac and Fox
8
no allot
160
161
6
Herrick, Thomas
Herrick , Anna
Herrick, Ollie
Herrick , Rebecca
Herrick , Lillian May
Masquat , Paponia
1878
jan 1881
1896
1898
aug 1896
abt 1841
husband
wife
Daughter
Daughter
Daughter
MIL
Sac and Fox
Char-CO-Tha

Mash squah ah she
Tah-MO-Quah

Sac & Fox


Rebecca Shuckahosee
Lillie Mae Shuckahosee
1900-lives with them
7
Sac and fox
no allot
no allot
162
Masquat, Eugene
Masquat, Ella
Masquat, Louie
Levi Masquat
Masquat, Thomas
jul 1875
oct 1873
apr 1896
jul 1897
oct 1898
husband
Wife
Son
Son
Son
No-Kah-Waht



No-no-pah

1900-mar 5 yrs-3 kids-3 living


died 11 Sep 1920
no allot
no allot
no allot
no allot
Pottawatomie
Masquat , Jack
Mas shuh qua
Masquat , Annie
PA Kuk No Qua
Marquat , Grover
1864
May1871
Sep 1882
1840
1879
Father
Wife
Daughter
MIL
Nephew
nen wah
PA Kuk No Qua

4
225
226
Walker , Edith
Pa ne tho , Emma

1894
1890
1892
sister
sister
sister
Wah tho quah
Wab thah que
Wah pah ko the quah
Mrs Elmer Walker

I can't find the parents
24
25
26
27
167

Nosh Tosh

Ne-gon-sott, John
Anderson , James
1842
1853
1879
1889
1894
Father
wife
Daughter
Son
Grandson
No Cou-I-Thah
Now-she-ton-that
Azh Nick
Pah She Che Nen Na
Pam Y Tuck





Sac & Fox
26
167
168
169
Anderson , Otis
Azh , Nick
Anderson, James
Anderson, Mildred
Anderson , Grace
nov 1876
jan 1879
dec 1893
sep 1896
jul 1899
Father
Wife
Son
Daughter
Daughter
Wah-Pe-CO-Niah
Nick Azh
Pam Y Tuck
Wah Tha Ta No Qua
Pe ach she thah quah
Sac & Fox --looks to be son of 24



Mrs. Grover Wakole
12
13
14
16
17

Wah suck , Mary
Annie
Masquat , Joseph Sr
Masquat , Frank Jr
1863
1859
1886
1887
1889
Father
Wife
Daughter
Son
Son
Nan-Ah-Wah
Ke-O-Thah-Ah-Quah
Pa-Ma-Thah-A-Quot
NE-Gon-Ko-uck
Nah-Nah-To-nah


Annie mar Ben Cadue= She died 8 Sep 1919
mar Ella D

28
29
170
no allot

Masquat, George
Masquar, Joseph  Jr
Masquat , Madeline
1860
1903
1901
1887
father
son
son
Daughter
An ne kah
Pam-O-Thah
Ke ah nah
Mes-so-que
Ah-Shet-Tah
19
20

1840
1842
Husband
Wife
Nau-O-Buck-o
Mat tow o sah

1900 - mar 40 yrs and no kids
Ottawa
21
22
23
Williams , Moses
Anderson , Amanda
Anderson , Lula
Anderson , Frederick
aug 1873
jan 1862
1886
1889
Husband
wife
Daughter
son
Ottawa

Lula Iron Moccasin


white parents=1900 census
Lula Masquat
65
123
205
206
no allot
no allot
Masquat , Oscar
Masquat , Josie
Green , Charles
Keo , Edwin
Keo, David
Masqua , Raymond
1878
1884
1901
1903
1906
1907
Husband
wife
Stepson
Stepson
Stepson
son
Pam ah kut ah
Pah me to quah
Mah-shah-ah-sah
Mak-tah-e-nah
Pah-tis
Wah-we-yah
Pam-nam-ka-tuck
9
no allot
no allot
42
175
165
10
166
no allot
164
no allot
Masquat , Frank

Pan Wah Tuck, Mary
Ross, Josie
Masquat,  Ralph
Masquat , Henry
Masquat , May
Masquat Green , Josie
Masquat , Charlie
Masquat , Albert
Pan Wah Tuck . Martha
1862
1856
1872
1863
1898
1895
1898
1900
1898
1900
feb 1843
Husband
1St wife
2nd wife ??
3rd wife
Son
Son
Son
Daughter
son
Son
Mother-in-law
Mah-Che-Ge-Zhuck
NE-Ah-Ke-Che-Ah

Ah Be To Quah
Ke-O-Thah-tuck
Ke o kum

Wah ko the quah
Herbert Masquat
Wah-Ko-The-Quah


1900- mar 10 yrs-had 5 kids- 2 living

wife is Irma Simon-204
wife is Mildren Anderson-168

Josie Masquat


1900-Wd-had 9 kids- 3 living
175
204
Masquat,  Ralph
Masquat , Irma
1898
1898
Husband
wife
Ke-O-Thah-tuck
Kaw-Kee-Thah-Quah

nee Simon
165
22
Masquat , Henry
Anderson , Lula
1898
1884
Husband
Wife
Ke o kum
Lula Iron Moccasin

164
168
Masquat , Albert
Anderson, Mildred
1900
1898
Husband
Wife
Wah-Ko-The-Quah
Wah Thah ten o quah

58
49
59
60
61
62
63
64
182
181
Wah-Was-Suck
Mas-Que-Tho
Oliver , tom
Wah-Was-Suck , Eli
Wahwas suck , Lilly
Wah-Was-Suck , Minnie
Wah was suck , Phillip

Kahbeah , Oliver
Wah-Was-Suck , Leo
jan 1854
1858
1876
may 1882
1886
1889
1892
sep 1836
1901
1902
Father
 wife
Son
Son
Daughter
Daughter
Son
Grandmother
Grand son
Grand son

Kah Be Ah
Kah Be Ah

Pah-Ah-Tho
Swa-kah-ah
Math-NE-Ah
She path the
son of Tom oliver
son of Eli
1900-mar 12 yrs had 7 kids 3 are living-mar 12 yrs




Minnie M-jis-sepe


no allot
51

Stevens , Alexander
1865
1892
mother
Son
Pe-Kah-Kah
Alexander

no allot
no allot
145
no allot

Nim Cat
Mas-co-the , Edward

1849
jul 1859
Jul 1887
1830
Father
wife
son
Father-in-law
Mar CO Thee

Ah teth o
Mir No SE


Mas co the-neph of Big Simon
1900 -says G-father born in Iowa
35
Pottawatomie
Mas que quah ,David
1861
1840
Husband
wife

On be ah


36
37
????
Mas-Que-Quah , Joseph
Mas-Que-Quah , Susan
Mas-Que-Quah
1853
1887
1890
Father
Daughter
son
Mas-Que-Quah


32
33
34
171
Mas que quah , John

Mas-Que-Quah , James
Mas que quah , Maude
1858
1878
1881
1890
father
Son
Son
dau
Marquequa
Maw che thah

Aitkens , Maude

39
40
no allot
172
173
174
no allot
41
163
173

No-Zhack-Um
Mary
Linn , Bertha
Emma Lynn

Lynn , Susie
Linn , Florence
Cadue , Vestina
Emma Lynn Dupuis
dau-Ida bernice
dau-Thamar Alma
1836
1874
???
1897
1898
1901
1904
???
???
1898
1918
4-21-20
Father
Son of 39
wife-of 40
dau-40
dau-40
dau-40
dau-40

Sister of 40
Mah kah kah
Lynn , Doc

The-Ah-MO-Quah
Kah-She-On-NE-Thah-Quah
Ten-Nas


Pam o thah ah quah
Mah kuck
1910-Pottawatomie Indian Reservation


Emma Lynn Dupuis


can't find
Vestina Masquat
Pottawatomie
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
176
177
Ross , Albert
Ross , Jossie
Knox Sah, George
Castro , Irene Peyamo
Knox Sah , Lewis
Ross, Grace
Ross , Edna
Ross  , Nancy
Ross, Thomas
Ross , Kishkose
1865
1863
1885
1885
1887
1888
1891
1894
Feb 1899
1901
Father
mother
son
Daughter
son
Daughter
Daughter
Daughter
son
son

Ah Be To Quah
Mitchell Pewymo
Wah Kash Mar or Wah Kesh ME
Lewis Kusy Sah


Pe Neth O
Herbert Ross
Pottawatomie
1900- mar 15 yrs- 9 kids- 6 living


77
78
81
80
79


Mattie Spear


1845
1848
jan 1870
1888
1885
Father
Wife
Daughter

Daughter
Pas co nonte
Pe ah kap e quah
Ke-Ah-Tah
Wah thah no quah
As ke puck sat she no quah

Pottawatomie
81
71
210
190
188
191
224
189
78
Shuck Kasee, Frank
Spear , Mattie
Spear, Mary
zhuck kah o see , John
zhuck kah o see  ,louis
Zhuck kah see , Isaac 
Zhuck kah o see , Albert
zhuck kahosee, John
Zhuck-kan-o-see , John
1872
1871
Sep 1888
1898
1901
1898
jan 1896
????
1900
oct 1847
father
wife
Daughter
son
son
son
son
son
son
mil
Shuck Kasee
Ke ah tah

Pe at wah tuck
San-gon-ko-skuk
Pe-at-wanstuck
Sah gon ko skuk
Pe at che thaht
louis
 Pe Ah Kah e Quah
Pottawatomie
1900- mar 8 yrs- had 6 kids with 3 living

This became Shuckahosee

Albert Ke ah tah


Pe at wah tuok
1900-had 10 kids -2 are living
75
Sac and Fox
76
186
187
Sac and Fox
Butler , John
Mary
Butler , William
Butler , Perry
Butler , Julia
Keko , Irie
1863
1860
1894
1896
1898
1810
husband
wife
son
son
dau
MIL
Kah nah tub be
no shak so ?

Nack te






Simpson , Julia
136
137
139
138
134
135
133
Sicat , Pete

Sacquat , Joe pete
Sacquat , Will or Ben
Sicat , Lucy

1838
1881
1871
1887
1887
1892
1864
father
Son
Son
Son
wife of 138
dau
MIL
Peet sah cat
Tah o gah
Sho tha
Pah ke tah paum
Mes no quah
Men se quah, Jr
Men se quah
sacquat


Pah Ke Tah Panne
Mrs Ben Secquat
139
140
no allot
Sacquat , Joe pete

Slo Thah , Horace
1871
1890
1896
father
Daughter
Son
Sho tha
Nah Thah Pe Ah
Horace Slo Thah

72
73
no allot
74

1838
1846
1875
1869
Father
Wife
Son
Son
Wan-Suck
Nau-E-Cote-Wah
No-Thah-E-Quah
Wah kish ko
Wah was suck
74
Pottawatomie
183
185
Wah kish ko
Williams , Nora
Wah kish ko , John
Wah kish ko , Sara
1865
????
oct 1895
????
Father
wife
son
dau

Wah yah to no quah
Aht wan

Pottawatomie
53
54
56
55
179
no allot


Commodore , Catt
Wansee , John
Shobney , Ella Winsea
August
1827
1836
1871
1878
1898
1899
Father
Wife
Son
Son
dau of John-55
son of john-55
Kat a nop a nie
Ke Shah Thah
Ah pah puck kee
Wau-See
Wah The-Quah


56
180
Ah-Puck-Ah-Thah
Commonore, Roy
1871
1901
Father
Son
Commodore , Catt
Wab wah tuck
Ah pah puck kee
Wab wah tuck, Roy
no allot
no allot
101
no allot
Kekah o Kan
Cadue , Minnie
Kaw Ke Ka , Pearl
cadue , Henry
1867
1873
1894
1900
head
Wife
dau of Minnie
Son


1900- mar 9 yrs-5 kids- 2 are living
111
112
113
114
115
201
199
200
no allot
Green , Edward
Green , Mattie
Green , David
Green , Fred Jr
Green , Joseph
Green, Vetter
Mach nah ki ah
Green , Michael
Green, Nelson
1862
1863
1889
1891
1893
1895
1898
1901
1906
Father
Wife
Son
Son
Son
Son
Daughter
Son
Son
Tah-tah-wen
Neb neck to quah
Mahk toh mes sha wah
Nah-kee
Tah-Tah-Wen and Tah tah wen, Joseph
Wap-Sah
Ki ah
She-Go
NE-Con-Wah-Tuck

88
no allot
89
no allot
90
no allot
no allot
92


Pottoe , Sam
Alfred

Wah-Shah-Shuck , Andrew 

Mason , Lena
1860
1863
1882
1886
1887
1888
1891
1893
Father
Wife
Son
Son
Daughter
Son
Daughter
Daughter
Wah shah shuck
Ke-We-MO-Quah
Men che kaff

Ba-Be-She-Ke-Tuck

She-Pah-Tho-Quah
Ke-To-Quah

120
122
124
121
148
125
126
203
204
no allot
no allot
no allot
little Simon
Simon , Little Mrs
Wam to go she quah
Pah ME To She Quah
Wah pah co thah quah
Mah toh o thoh
Simon , Richard
Simon , Willie
Simon , Irma Masquat
Simon, Curtis
Pah Kuk No Quah
Ke Wen Ka
1866
1867
1885
1885
1888
1889
1893
1896
1898
1903
1840
1840
husband
Wife
Daughter
Daughter
Daughter
Son
Son
Son
Daughter
Son
Mother
Aunt
Naw-Naw-That-Ah-Kah
Shough-Was



 
Shough-Nes-See
Tah-Bah-She-Thah
Kaw-Kee-Thah-Quah

1900 had 6 kis 4 are living




Naw-Nah-Thah-Ah-Ka

1898 wife of ralph Masquat
no allot
149
no allot
no allot
215
216
no allot
no allot
no allot
no allot
no allot
Cadue , Joe
Cadue , Blanche
Cadue , Ben
Cadue , Joseph
Cadue , Jacob
Cadue , Albert
Cadue , Pearl
Cadue , Henry
Cadue , Emmet
Cadue , Mabel (Pauline)
Cadue , Walter

1873
1872
1878
1896
1896
1897
1899
1901
1905
1906
1907
1830
husband
Wife
Cousin
Son
son
son
dau
son
son
Daughter
son
MIL

Wah thah no mo quah


Robert Mitchell
Ash-kah-puck-see





Wahopah Ko SE Qua

Blanche Spitto







Pauline
no allot
no allot
no allot
11
131
no allot
Cadue , William
Ten-No-Quah
Pe-Au-Ish
Ten no quah
Cadue , Sophia
Cadue , Herbert
1851
1857
1875
1879
1890
1900
Father
Wife
son
Daughter
Daughter
son


Pe-Au-Ish
Wah-Ah-Be
Mah-tosh-ko-mo-quah

father is peter Cadue=mother is Kish-c-pee



 Sophia Goslin
no allot
no allot
142
209
no allot
no allot


 
Cadue , Alice
1839
1873
1871
1883
1889
1890
mother
Daughter
Daughter
Daughter
son
Daughter
Sah-Sac-Kah
Shough-No-Quah
Kish-Pe
Ke sot mo quah
NE-Gahn-Ko-Uk
F-Bes-So-MO-Quah

no allot
142
no allot
no allot
no allot
no allot
Cadue , Mitchell
Kish-Pe  Cadue
Now-Ah-Quah-To Cot
Josephine
Cadue , Nancy
Cadue , Henry
Alick or Alex
K-Che-Nah-Kah
1835
1871
1879
1893
1896
1895
1883
1885
husband
wife
Daughter
Daughter
Daughter
Son
son
son


father is peter Cadue=mother is me-kee
57
no allot
no allot
no allot
no allot
no allot

1862
1881
1890
1886
1887
1892
Mother
Daughter
Son
Sister
Brother
Son
Kish-No-Quah
Ke-Shaw
NE-Kon-Kote
Mah-NE
Ach-ME-Quah
Sack-To

no allot
no allot
98
153
221 or 222
195
no allot
212
213
222
214
no allot
Pottawatomie
237
Allen , Jeremiah
Cadue , Maggie
NE-Bow-Shot-Quah
Allen , Grover
Allen , Dora
Allen , Joseph
Gaw The Quah
Allen , Mary
Francis Allen
Allen , George
Allen , Jerry or Alex
Goslin , Elijah
Anderson , John C.
B Kaw Ke Kah
1849
1870
1871
1891
1894
1896
1896
1898
1900
1900
1901
1907
1835
1840
Husband
wife
??????
son
Daughter
son
Daughter
Daughter
son
son
son
son
Uncle
Father-in-law
Wah that suck
Maggie Kaw Ke Kah

Man mar ah qua
Dora Williams
Mah tahs kuk

Ke-O-Thah-Ah-Quah Allen
Now-Cash-Kum

Wah ke che
Wah-Be-Mes-Shah-Qah


was Kickapoo but can't find allot
 Allen , Goslin
1900-mar 5 yrs-3 kis-3 living
Adopted Son
Dora keesis
wife is Osage

Mary Allen Wah Was Suck
Francis Allen
Shough-Nuk-Ko-Uk  


Pottawatomie
184
no allot
no allot
no allot
no allot
Wensuck , John
Maggie Wansee


Baby Boy Wahthequah
1877
1879
1840-44
1898
1899
Husband
wife
Mother-in-law
Daughter
son
Ah qua o tah
Maggie Keshahthah
Keshahthah
Wahthequah
Wah kish ko--John Wansee
74
183
185
Wah kish ko
Wah kish ko , John
Wah kish ko , Sara
1866
1895
1902
father
son
Daughter

Aht wan

106
no allot
no allot
no allot
Whitewater , Arthur
Maggie Whitewater
Goslin , Anthony

1877
1882
1850
1852
Husband
wife
Father-in-law
mother of 105-K-tuck-up and son Mah-Sha-Wah-Quah 1880



Nah-Quah-We-Ash-Quah

105
104
196
219
no allot
no allot
Whitewater , William
Whitewater , Mrs
Whitewater , Albert
Whitewater, Mary
Whitewater , John
Josephine
1874-77
1851
1898
1899
1896
1875
Father
wife
son
wife of 196
son
2nd wife
K-Tuck-Up
Nah quah we ash quah
Pah pe she not
nee Mary Rhodd

So Zett


wife is Mary Rhodd-219


1900- mar 5 yrs-had 6 kids with 5 living-
no allot
128
no allot
130
207
208
Cadue , Paul
Cadue , Nellie
Kaw-Kaw-Kah
Cadue , Louise
Cadue , Flora
Cadue , Emma
1850
1871
1887
1890
Apr1898
May 1899
Husband
Wife
Son
Daughter
Wab ten nack
Ke wah quah

Op tose

No mah to thah-
Flora Goslin
Emma Sullivan
father is Peter Cadue= mother is  mah-mish-ee-kah
1900-mar 13 yrs- 7 kids-5 living

Louise  Athers-Louise  Wah was suck
127
no allot
128
no allot
130
Op mes sah
Shum-Go-Quah
Op-Tose
Kah Kah
No-Mah-To-Thah
1845
1846
1872
1887
1889
Father
Wife
Daughter
Son
Grand-dau
Op mes sah

Cadue , Nellie

85
no allot
no allot
Simon , Big
Kish no quah
Andrew Simon
apr 1857
may 1862
nov 1892
head
wife
son
Naw che tha

An Quo Ose
1/8 white
1900-mar7 yrs- 2 kids 2 living
94
no allot
no allot
no allot
95
96
Cadue , John




Kaw ke kah , Edward
1840
1861
1885
1871
1880
1881
husband
wife
Son
Daughter
Son
Son
Kaw ke kah
Shough-Win
Kit-Tah-O-Num
NE-Bon-Shat-Quah
Wah-Be-Ge-Zhuck
Ne bow o shot
father is Peter Cadue
99
194
Kawkekah , Dan
Kawkeka, Henry
1868
1902
father
son
Skup gon kote

67
no
69
no allot
no allot
???





 Speen , Mary
1847
1858
1847???
1891
1898
1894
husband
wife
Grandfather
Grandaughter

Grandaughter
Me ahm me noose kuk
S Ah Tah
Ke me no it
Sip Ko Kuk
Mah Tah Kuk


Cl Ah Tah
Pottawatomie
154
155
119
156
117
118
157
158
no allot
no allot





Williams , Joe
Reuben Allen
Cadue , Angeline


William
1843
1849
1876
1878
1876?
1885
1886
1889
1893
1895
1818
father
wife
Daughter
Daughter
Son
son
Grandaughter
Daughter
Daughter
Gt Grand Son
Grandmother
Wah Chah-E-Sheck
Ke-mee
Ah Was Soe Quah
Ash Pah Kah
We Bah Nah Thee
Ke Ah Tuck
Wah No Che Quah
Ah Che Quah
Nie Ke Cha

O Na Pe Ah
Nan Mar Ah Qua

1900-mar to kan be?



Grandson
 mar Henry Cadue b.1871




Adopted Son
no allot
118
no allot
Henry Cadue
Cadue , Angeline
Rollet Cadue
1871
1886
1906
husband
wife
Son

Wah No Che Quah

156
202
221
no allot
williams , Joe
Williams , Adelaide
Keesis , Dora Williams
Mary L Williams
1881
1900
1895
1906
father
Daughter
Daughter
Daughter

Tah pah she
shough no gish ko quah
Kish-Ko


in 1921 alot # 221 is George Allen
152
221
no allot
no allot
no allot
no allot

Williams , Dora



Williams , Nealy
1875
1894
1891
1891
1898
1903
mother
Daughter
Son
???
Son
Son
Ko se quah

Nan muck quah
Nan War Ah Qua
Shongh-Nuk-Ko-Uck

no allot
107
110
no allot
no allot

1844
1844
1873
1887
1888
Father
Mother
Daughter
Daughter
Daughter
Nan-Ah-He-Nah
Mah ke she quah
On-So-Quah
Peat Che That
Pe-At-Che-Thot
Ioway
Ioway
Ioway

Ioway
Ioway
197
198
Thomas , Joe 
Thomas , Harriet
1897
1900
Father
Daughter
Nah num nuk skuk
Wah we ot no quah

Mrs Phillip We wenis
Pottawatomie
110
no allot
109
no allot
Thomas , John
Mrs John Thomas
Thomas , Harry
Thomas  , Charles

1865
1873
1899
1893
1843
Husband
wife
Son
Son
MIL

On-So-Quah

Ke o tuck
Mah ke she quah
Pottawatomie
Thomas , John Mrs-mar 13 yrs- 3 kids-3 living


Pottawatomie
151
217
218
219
220
Pottawatomie
Pottawatomie


Rhodd ,alex
Rhodd , Annie
Rhodd , Lucy J
Rhodd , David
Rhodd , Mary
Rhodd , Anna
Whitter , Jossie
Rhodd , julia
mar 1861
apr 1871
1896
may 1897
oct 1898
jun 1900
Apr 1872
dec 1895
father
mother
Daughter
son
Daughter
Daughter
sister
Daughter

Wah thah quah
Dupuis , Lucy Jane


Mc. Kinney , Anna
Pottawatomie
1900-mar 6 yrs-had 4 kids- 4 living

Mas que quah , David

Mc. Kinney , Anna
Pottawatomie-had 3 kids- 1 living
Pottawatomie
83
no allot
192
193


Nan-ah-we , Clara
Nan-ah-we , Paul
1850
1866
1898
1902
Father
mother
Daughte
son
Nan-Ah-We
Shuck-To Quah

Paul McKinney



Nan-Ah-We McKinney
30
Sac and Fox
Sac and Fox
Sac and Fox
Sac and Fox

Goman , Eliza
Green , Daniel
Green , Fredrick
Green , Thomas
aug 1852
1855
may 1877
aug 1879
dec 1880
father
wife
Son
Son
Son
Min ne kah
Sauk & Fox of MO


Eliza Goren-1900-had 10 kids- 3 are living
229
230
no allot
no allot
no allot
180
no allot
no allot
Pen-a-tho , Mary
Whitewater , William Mrs.
Allen , Grover
Williams , Dora
Allen , George
Osh-Kosh
Pyashaway , Masko
Pyashaway , Joseph
1864
1892
1892
1894
1900
1903
1904
1906
mother
Daughter
son
Daughter
son
son
son
son
Pen a tho
Wah pe pah ke ah
Nan-Muck-Quah

Shough-Nuk-Ko-Uk

wife of Willie Whitewater

Dora Keesis
no allot
178
no allot
234
no allot
no allot
Cadue , Ben
Marshall , Irene
Cadue , La Rue 
Cadue , Leon
Cadue , Frank
Cadue , Minnie
1879
1898
1903
1905
1908
1916
Husband
wife
Brother
Brother
Brother
Daughter

Me-thah-quah
Mah Tahs Kuk
Ke o tuck
father is Mitchell




Minnie Cadue Soldier
no allot
no allot
no allot
227
no allot
228



Modoc , John

Modoc , Oliver
1828
1890
1892
1893
1894
1901
Grandmother
Grandaughter
Grandaughter
Grandson
Grandaughter
Grandson
Pah-Nah-Kah-Tho
Wah-Thah-Que
Wah-Pah-Ko-The-Quah
Tah-Nah-Ke
Wah-Tho-Quah
Quah tah kah me sheck



Pah nah ke


Pottawatomie
141
Rice , Sam
M Jessepe, Catherine
1883
1890
Husband
wife

Osh e wah
Pottawatomie
Catherine Rice
5
no allot
no allot
Moses , Bennie

Bucksee , Jim
1868
1879
1882
Husband
wife
BIL
Wah that at quat
Ob be tose
Mi na

233
66
84
93
236
146
102
143
50
49
232
52
91
31
235
Mas que quah , George



Me nah quah

Moses , Adam


Masquat, Dudley
Deroin, Mrs William
Eskonache , Mary
Wah be quah
Williams , Rosa Pottoe
Ah quist kah
Men se quah
1882
1844
1844
1842
1903
1868
1844
1860
1882
1856
1828
1849
1892
1852
self
self
self
self
self
self
self
self
self
self
self
self
self
self
Pah she to
Kaw-ish
Maw a qua che
Wash i ton
mother -dau is Lillie Elsie Aguirre


Was puck so
Wah thah e sheck
Wah-tah-no-met
Te kah ah--P kah kah
Ioway tribe

She pah tho quah
Male

Male-d. 24 Nov 1920
Male
Male





I can't find the parents
husband is either Sac and Fox or Ioway
129

Cadue , John 1887
self Kaw-kaw-koh 1921 census-had children-Amos-Betsey-Wallis
Nellie-Margaret- no wife listed


















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1891Kansas Kickapoo Roll


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1905 Kansas Kickapoo Roll
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1915 Kansas Kickapoo


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1925 Kansas Kickapoo Roll


1940 Kansas Kickapoo Roll
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Chief Captain Hamilton
aka  Chief Pet-it-quark
aka  Rolling Thunder


Horton Headlight -Commercial                                                               Oct. 5 1922

                “ Captain Hamilton ‘ an early day Kickapoo Chief.

Porterville, Calif, Sept. 25 1922
Editor Headlight -Commercial   

Through the courtesy of hon. William Elsey Connelly, secretary of the Kansas State Historical Society, I have received a letter written written to the secretary of that society 20 years ago by H.L. Stein, giving an account of Captain Hamilton , an Indian. who lived on the Kickapoo reservation when it extended south of Horton , into Atchison County. Mr. Counnelly writes: “ You will observe that there was some question as to whether he was a Kickapoo or an Otoe. Mr. Stein said he was an Otoe. I find the article interlined in brackets ( Kickapoo) so it  must be that he was a Kickapoo,” Can Mr. Honnell , or some one else around Horton  or the Kickapoo reserve, set us straight in this matter? 

Don’s note- he was Kickapoo
1. he had the # 1 allotment in the 1862 Kickapoo Land Allotment.
2. he signed the Kickapoo 1862 treaty-he signed Pet-ti-quauk, or Rolling Thunder
3. Captain Hamilton
    AKA  Chief Pet-it-quark
    AKA  Rolling Thunder



Mr. Stein , the author of the letter, is now and inmate of the Rebekah (Odd Fellows) home at Manhattan. For many years he was a well know citizen of Atchison . He has always taken an interest in matters of Indian history, archaeology , geology and kindred subjects, and now , at the advanced age of nearly 80 years, is still actively engaged in studying and collecting along these lines. Mr. Steins letter is given verbatim as follows:

“No. 79 West First South Street
Salt Lake City , Utah
May 12 , 1902

Dear sir:
According to promise I give you the following :

Captain Hamilton:
A famous Indian Chief of the remant tribe of “ Otoes” ( Kickapoos), living with his tribe on the indian reservation with his tribe on the Indian reservation near the town of Muscotah, in Atchison county , State of Kansas . My first acquaintance with the chief was in the fall of 1867 at the general store of Moses Greenbaum at the City of Atchison, where the chief was a frequent patron , along with a goodly following of braves, warriors, bucks, squaws and papooses, while at the same time , the people had a good store at Muscotah (Kennekuk) to trade in, kept by the genial Hon. Geo. Storch, of Atchison.

it seems they then acquired the habit to make their purchases in a lager town, although they could have done equally as well at their own doors. the Captain frequently appeared well mounted on as fine an animal as could be found, and at the same time of which he was very proud,  He dressed modestly in a blue uncle Sam captain’s uniform, which by the way he proudly earned , while serving his country during the period of the Civil War- 1861-65. He was intensely patriotic in the glories of the Stars and Stripes , and I doubt if an Indian then living , honored and revered the flag more with such a great and earnest devotion than him.  his best friend was Major Badger, of Muscotah, the Indian agent there. these two were looked upon as the Jonathan and David. nothing was transacted without consulting Major Badger, who was looked upon from the chief down to the humblest member as their good pale face father, However, unawares our lusty chief would frequently, when visiting Atchison be want of quenching his irresistible thirst, and according to his own words truly spoken, while in the army and coming in contact with the Caucasian race acquire the drinking habit and which grew second nature upon him.  While he wished to put a stop to it, he frequently forgot himself and merely took a little for the “stomach’s sake” and hence an over abundance of the deadly “fire water” .

“ The Captain was a fine looking man past the middle age and well liked by all the white settlers he came in friendly contact with and honored and adored by the members of his tribe. He was also considered a fine judge of horses and as a rule in a horse trade came out ahead.

His friend among the white were quite numerous and the latch string at the doors of his (wigwam) a large frame residence was always open and a cordial welcome given to all that paid him a friendly visit. His family did likewise, to entertain all visitors within their means at hand to make them feel at home, I remember to this day when the captain would come in the store toward evening and ask Mr. Greenbaum to take care of his leather wallet or wampum belt, which as a rule contained quite a goodly sum of money He was wont to call on all of his intimate friends and hardly ever failed to call on his friend  Clem Rhohr at the harness shop, and usually left his purchases there for safe keeping, He took a great deal of interest in county, state and national elections: at these times he would be greatly excited, and hoping for a complete success of the Republican party. Republicanism to him was next to a religion and of which latter he was a strict and upright christian.  I could not help but admire his many traits in his firmness in dealing and otherwise. On many occasions myself and others listened to his many narratives happened in the past; they were immensely interesting and gave the small audience considerable Indian history, ect : however to the chief’s credit  I will add i never knew him to boast, or even referring to himself as being the shadow of a hero.


One thing particularly to his credit is, through his persistent efforts with the members of his tribe he accomplished by inducing them finally to pursue farming, raising cattle and hogs, and at this present time this small tribe is wealthy and their whole community is a wealthy and their whole community is a very flourishing condition, I cannot at present remember the date of demise of this noble red man, Captain Hamilton as a chief was a success after all the good he did for his tribe and I personally honor him ( even in his failings ) as one , a good friend to his white brethren and hence cannot do less to add my little mite, in words of him as a standing momonument for one who helped to make history for the pioneers of Kansas, Peace to his ashes.

Very Respectful yours
H. L. Stein

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\Title: Letter
Date: 1839-12-10 Volume: 7 Page: 48 (Microfilm reel MS-95)
Author(s): Joshua Pilcher, S.I.A.St.L
Recipient(s): Major R. W. Cummins, Indian Agent
Contents: S.I.A.St.L.(Joshua Pilcher) To Indn Agent (R.W. Cummins). Forwards letter from the Marshall of the district of Missouri with subpoena for certain Kickapoo Indians to testify in the trial of Rolling Thunder, charged with murder of an American citizen in your agency;
Description: Copy of letter


Title: Letter from Indian Agent, Fort Leavenworth (R. W. Cummins) To District Attorney (St. Louis, Missouri)
Date: 1839-07-22 Volume: 8 Page: 9 (Microfilm reel MS-95)
Author(s): R. W. Cummins (Indian Agent, Fort Leavenworth)
Recipient(s): District Attorney, St. Louis, Missouri
Contents: Reports the killing of Andrew Potter, Blacksmith (hired by the Kickapoos, not by the govt.) by a drunken Indian named Rolling Thunder. Lists whites and Indians who were present during the act.
Description: Copy of letter. 2p.
Comments:



From an article written in 1905
The Kickapoos came to Kansas about the time the Iowas and Sacs and Foxes did in 1837. They were also from north west Missouri, the territory of the three tribes extending from the southern limit of the Platte Purchase, along the Missouri river to the northern boundary of the state. They probably numbered about one thousand when they came to Kansas. Authorities differ widely on this as they do on other tribes mentioned. Their principal chiefs were Kennekuk, Wathena and Hamilton. They now number six or seven hundred on their reservation south of Horton in Brown county, and their head chief is Little Simon.


Reservation Map of 1919

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