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Anton Tipiska1 (M)
(before May 12, 1912 - May 12, 1912), #11217

     Anton was born before May 12, 1912. Anton died on May 12, 1912.1 His body was interred after May 12, 1912 at Pine Ridge, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, at Slim Buttes Catholic Cemetery.1

Citations

  1. [S187] .

Matthew C. Titus1 (M)
(1940 - May 31, 2005), #14816
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     Matthew C. Titus was born in 1940.1 He died on May 31, 2005.1

Citations

  1. [S150] Obituaries.

Sioux Ann Titus1 (F)
(1984 - February 6, 2003), #13227
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     Sioux Ann Titus was born in 1984.1 She was the daughter of Martha J. (?).1 Sioux Ann Titus died on February 6, 2003.1 She was buried on February 13, 2003 at Holy Cross Episcopal Cemetery, Pine Ridge, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA; Survivors include her parents, Don Titus Sr. and Martha Titus, Pine Ridge; her foster parents, Alvin and Joyce Fisherman, Pine Ridge; two brothers, Don Titus Jr. and Richard Red Bear, both of Pine Ridge; four adopted brothers, Frank Goings Jr., Cecil Goings, Dan Titus Jr. and Leonard Fisherman, all of Pine Ridge; two sisters, Frances Titus and Donna Titus, Pine Ridge; and two adopted sisters, Monica Titus and Carrie Titus, both of Pine Ridge.

A two-night wake was Tuesday and Wednesday in Pine Ridge.
Services will be at 2 p.m. today at Billy Mills Hall in Pine Ridge, with the Rev. Leon Matthews officiating.
Burial will be at Holy Cross Episcopal Cemetery in Pine Ridge.
Sioux Funeral Home of Pine Ridge is in charge of arrangements.1

Citations

  1. [S150] Obituaries.

(?) To Moisten1,2,3 (F)
(1849 - ), #42038

     Also known as (?) Two Nostrals.3 The nationality of (?) To Moisten was Oglala Lakota Sioux.1,2,3 Also known as (?) Poge Nupa.2,3 Also known as (?) Yuspaya.1 Also known as (?) Two Nostrel.2 (?) To Moisten was born in 1849.1,2,3 She married (?) Red Hoop circa 1882.1,2,3 She was listed as residing with her husband (?) Red Hoop on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1892 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Medicine Root District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA.1 She was listed as residing with her husband (?) Red Hoop on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1894 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Medicine Root District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA.2 She was listed as residing with her husband (?) Red Hoop on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1895 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Pass Creek District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA.3

Children of (?) To Moisten and (?) Red Hoop
Grace Red Hoop b. 18831,2,3
Dora Red Hoop b. 18851,2,3
Ophelia Red Hoop b. 18901,2,3
(?) Comes Last b. Jun, 18921,2,3
Fannie Red Hoop b. Jun, 18953

Citations

  1. [S556] 1892.
  2. [S269] 1894.
  3. [S561] June 30th 1895.

(?) To Stand1,2,3 (M)
(1891 - ), #40303
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     Also known as (?) Numpa Najin.2,3 Also known as (?) Two Stands.3 The nationality of (?) To Stand was Tapisleca Oglala Lakota Sioux; Spleen or Split Liver.1 Also known as (?) Inajin.1 Also known as (?) Two Stand.2 (?) To Stand was born in 1891.1,3 He was the son of (?) Iron Bear and (?) Eagle Face.1,2,3 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) Iron Bear on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1892 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) Iron Bear on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1894 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.2 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) Iron Bear on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1895 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.3

Citations

  1. [S556] 1892.
  2. [S269] 1894.
  3. [S561] June 30th 1895.

(?) Tobacco Eater1 (M)
(circa 1842 - ), #19624

     (?) Tobacco Eater was born circa 1842 at Lakota Territory.1 He married (?) Shell Woman circa 1861.1

Child of (?) Tobacco Eater and (?) Shell Woman
Millie Culbertson+ b. 18621

Citations

  1. [S333] Melinda K Brave, Mike Stevens.

(?) Tobacco Smoke1 (F)
(1887 - ), #36352
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     Also known as (?) Cunli Sota Win.1 The nationality of (?) Tobacco Smoke was Oglala Lakota Sioux.1 (?) Tobacco Smoke was born in 1887.1 She was the daughter of John Bird Head and Maggie Yellow Lodge.1 She was listed as "daughter" and residing in the home of John Bird Head on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1890 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Cheyenne Wakpa, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.

(?) Tobacco (M)
(circa 1810 - ), #10029
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     (?) was born circa 1810. He was the son of (?) Paints Lodge With Whit Clay. He married (?) Otter circa 1830.

Child of (?) Tobacco and (?) Otter
(?) Eagle Woman+ b. circa 1860

(?) Tobacco1,2,3,4 (M)
(1809 - ), #36893

     The nationality of (?) Tobacco was Oglala Lakota Sioux.1,2,3,4 Also known as (?) Canli.1,2,3,4 (?) Tobacco was born in 1809.1 Another source states that his was also listed with a birthdate in 1812.2 And yet another source states that his was also listed with a birthdate in 1825.3,4 He married (?) Her Horse circa 1866.1,2,3,4 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Melt, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1890.1 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1892.2 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1894.3 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on June 30, 1895.4

Children of (?) Tobacco and (?) Her Horse
William White Bear+ b. 18631,3
Adam Tobacco+ b. 18732,3,4
(?) Fat b. 18741
(?) Good Voice b. 18821,3,4

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.
  2. [S556] 1892.
  3. [S269] 1894.
  4. [S561] June 30th 1895.

(?) Tobacco1 (M)
(1853 - ), #36900
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     Also known as (?) Canli.1 The nationality of (?) Tobacco was Oglala Lakota Sioux.1 (?) Tobacco was born in 1853.1 He was the son of (?) Transparent.1 He was listed as "brother" and residing in the home of (?) Red Blanket on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1890 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Melt, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.

(?) Tobacco1,2,3,4 (M)
(1866 - ), #37320
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     Also known as (?) Canli.1,2,3,4 The nationality of (?) Tobacco was Hokayuta Oglala Lakota Sioux; Also know as the Badger Eater Band.1 (?) Tobacco was born in 1866.1 He was the son of (?) White Cow Cane.1,2,3,4 Another source states that his was also listed with a birthdate in 1875.2,3,4 He was listed as "brother" and residing in the home of (?) Pretty Eagle on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1890 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) White Cow Cane on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1892 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.2 He was listed as "brother" and residing in the home of (?) Thunder Club on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1894 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.3 He was listed as "brother" and residing in the home of (?) Thunder Club on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1895 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.4

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.
  2. [S556] 1892.
  3. [S269] 1894.
  4. [S561] June 30th 1895.

(?) Tobacco1 (F)
(1811 - ), #37748

     The nationality of (?) Tobacco was Iwayusota Oglala Lakota Sioux; This group was also called Makes Things Hard.1 Also known as (?) Canli.1 (?) Tobacco was born in 1811.1 She was listed as "grandmother" and residing in the home of Clarence Three Stars on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1890 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Medicine Root District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.

Chief (?) Tobacco1 (M)
(circa 1850 - ), #22867

     The nationality of Chief (?) Tobacco was Oyuhkpe Teton Lakota.1 Chief (?) Tobacco was born circa 1850.1 He lived after 1890 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA; "One of the major Oglala bands of the 19th Century was the Oyuhkpe, which settled on Pine Ridge Reservation in the Wounded Knee District. In the 19th Century its great leaders included such chiefs as Tobacco, White Plume, Black Fox, the latter’s son Kicking Bear, and Big Road – in every case men with strong links to the Northern Lakota divisions. The band has always had very strong Miniconjou connections. It is my belief that the Oyuhkpe band actually was part of the Miniconjou oyate for much of the period 1760-1830. Subsequently they shifted back to the Oglala circle, but continued to maintain very strong Northern Lakota links – especially Miniconjou, but also to the Itazipco and Hunkpapa – until the reservation system terminated the old migratory way of life. Crazy Horse had very strong ties to this band – indeed an agency document from 1874 states that he was an Oyuhkpe. One Oyuhkpe sub-band was known as the Wakan or Sacred band (it may be the outfit to which Kicking Bear’s family belonged). My reconstruction of early Lakota history suggests that this was a very conservative band, with strong links to the Calf Pipe Keepers; sister tiyospaye existed among the Itazipco and Hunkpapa."-[Bray].1

Citations

  1. [S307] .

Adam Tobacco1,2,3,4,5 (M)
(1873 - ), #7602
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     Also known as Canli.1,5 The nationality of Adam Tobacco was Oglala Lakota Sioux.5 Adam was born in 1873.1 He was the son of (?) Tobacco and (?) Her Horse.3,2,5 Another source states that his was also listed with a birthdate in 1874.2,5 He married Millie B. Bissonette circa 1889.1 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) Tobacco on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1892 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.3 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) Tobacco on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1894 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.2 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) Tobacco on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1895 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.5 Adam was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on June 30, 1904.1 His was allotted land on January 17, 1910 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA,
; NAME MERIDIAN TWP RANGE SECTION ACREAGE TYPE CASETYPE DOCID DATE

TOBACCO ADAM 06 038N 046W 014 640 253400 PA 103397 01/17/1910.4

Citations

  1. [S159] 1904.
  2. [S269] 1894.
  3. [S556] 1892.
  4. [S80] Bureau of Land Management, Shannon Co. SD -- Federal Land Records.
  5. [S561] June 30th 1895.

Calvin P. Tobacco1 (M)
(1942 - July 6, 2004), #20448
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     Also known as Scoop Tobacco.1 Calvin P. Tobacco was born in 1942.1 He married Velvedene L. American Horse circa 1960.1 Calvin P. Tobacco died on July 6, 2004 at Rapid City Regional Hospital, Rapid City, Pennington Co., South Dakota, USA; PINE RIDGE - Calvin P. "Scoop" Tobacco, 62, Pine Ridge, died Tuesday, July 6, 2004, at Rapid City Regional Hospital.
Survivors include his wife, Velvedene Tobacco, Pine Ridge; three sons, Ivan Tobacco and Eldon Tobacco, both of Oglala, and Calvert Tobacco, Pine Ridge; two daughters, Velvedene
Wounded Horse and Janelle Tobacco, both of Pine Ridge; two brothers, Dugan Tobacco, Pine Ridge, and Harold "Cheeka" Tobacco, Nebraska; four sisters, Henrietta Cross Dog, Pine Ridge, and Bernadette Tobacco, Regina Tobacco and Karen Tobacco, all of Calico; 17 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.
A one-night wake will begin at 2 p.m. today at Wakpamni CAP Office in Pine Ridge. Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 10, at Wakpamni CAP Office, with the Rev. Abraham Tobacco officiating. Burial will be at Advent Chapel in Calico. Sioux Funeral Home of Pine Ridge is in charge of arrangements.1

Citations

  1. [S150] Obituaries.

Dugan Tobacco Sr.1 (M)
(1958 - September 18, 2005), #20457
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     Dugan Tobacco Sr. was born in 1958.1 He died on September 18, 2005 at Rapid City Regional Hospital, Rapid City, Pennington Co., South Dakota, USA; CALICO - Dugan F. Tobacco Sr., 47, Calico, died Sunday, Sept. 18, 2005, at Rapid City Regional Hospital. Survivors include three sons, Adam Tobacco, Oglala, Francis Tobacco, New Mexico, and Dugan Tobacco Jr., Porcupine; four daughters, Francesca Tobaccco, Modesto, Calif., Lavonne Tobacco, Oglala, Wynonna Tobacco, and Chelsea Tobacco, both of Porcupine; one brother, Harold Tobacco, Palmer, Neb; four sisters, Henrietta Cross Dog and Regina Tobacco, both of Calico, Bernadette Tobacco, Pine Ridge, and Karen Tobacco, Detroit, Mich; and six grandchildren. A two-night wake begins at 1 p.m. today at the Lakota Training Institute, No. Four Community. Services will be at 10 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 24, at the Lakota Training Institute, No. Four Community. Burial will be at the Tobacco Family Cemetery in Calico. Sioux Funeral Home of Pine Ridge is in charge of arrangements.
Published in the Rapid City Journal on 9/22/2005.1

Citations

  1. [S150] Obituaries.

Mikayla Tobacco1 (F)
(January 3, 2010 - January 3, 2010), #44626

     Mikayla Tobacco died on January 3, 2010 at age 0; CALICO - Mikayla Tobacco, infant daughter of Michael Rouillard, Oglala, and Ella Tobacco, Calico, was stillborn Jan. 3, 2010, at Pine Ridge Hospital. Survivors include her parents; maternal grandparents, Nathan and Janet Tobacco, Calico; and paternal grandfather, Cletus Rouillard, Oglala. A one-night wake will begin at 1 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 7, at the Wakpamni CAP Office in Wakpamni. Services will be at 10 a.m. Friday, Jan. 8, at the office. Burial will be at the Tobacco Family Cemetery in Calico. Sioux Funeral Home in Pine Ridge is handling the arrangements. Published in the Rapid City Journal on 1/6/2010.1 Mikayla Tobacco was born on January 3, 2010.1

Citations

  1. [S150] Obituaries.

Narvel L. Tobacco1 (M)
(1978 - November 27, 2006), #31486

     Narvel L. Tobacco was born in 1978.1 He died on November 27, 2006 at Calico, South Dakota, USA; CALICO - Narvel L. Tobacco, 28, Calico, died Monday, Nov. 27, 2006, in Calico. Survivors include his fiancee, Paula Bear Saves

Life, Calico; one daughter, Nevaeh Tobacco, Calico; his parents, Nathaniel Tobacco Sr., Calico, and Janet Tobacco, Oglala;

four brothers, Conway New Holy and Nathaniel Tobacco Jr., both of Oglala, and Austin Warrior and Lester Warrior, both of

Calico; and four sisters, Ella Tobacco and Humbertu Stands, both of Oglala, Holly Warrior, Denver, and Jennifer Warrior, Pine

Ridge. A two-night wake will begin at 1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 30, at Advent Chapel Church in Calico. Services will be at 10 a.m.

Saturday, Dec. 2, at the church with the Rev. Peter Klink and the Rev. Abraham Tobacco officiating. Burial will be at Tobacco

Family Cemetery in Calico. Sioux Funeral Home of Pine Ridge is in charge of arrangements.
Published in the Rapid City Journal on 11/29/2006.1

Citations

  1. [S150] Obituaries.

Susan Tobacco (F)
(circa 1890 - ), #1656

     Susan was born circa 1890. She applied for homestead land at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Bennett Co., South Dakota, USA, on May 1, 1913.1 She married William Twiss circa 1920.

Child of Susan Tobacco and William Twiss
Helen Twiss+ b. Jan 15, 1921, d. Dec 3, 1986

Citations

  1. [S79] Bennett Co. SD -- Federal Land Records.

(?) Tongue Fool1 (M)
(1884 - ), #19500
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     (?) Tongue Fool was born in 1884.1 He was the son of (?) Red Shirt and (?) Pretty Woman.1 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) Red Shirt on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken in 1886 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Dakota Territory, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S157] 1886.

(?) Tongue1 (F)
(1867 - ), #36569
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     Also known as (?) Taceji Win.1 The nationality of (?) Tongue was Oglala Lakota Sioux.1 Also known as (?).1 (?) Tongue was born in 1867.1 She was the daughter of (?) Her White Road.1 She was listed as "daughter" and residing in the home of (?) Her White Road on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1890 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Flat Bottle, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.

(?) Tongue1,2 (M)
(1819 - ), #36998

     Also known as (?) Taceji Wicahca.2 The nationality of (?) Tongue was Payabya Oglala Lakota Sioux.1 Also known as (?) Taceji.1 Also known as (?) Old Tongue.2 (?) Tongue was born in 1819.1,2 He married (?) Her Many Sisters before 1851.1,2 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1890.1 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1892.2

Child of (?) Tongue and (?) Her Many Sisters
(?) Black Kettle+ b. 18501

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.
  2. [S556] 1892.

(?) Top Bear1,2,3,4 (M)
(1828 - ), #37954

     Also known as (?) Wankal Mato.3 The nationality of (?) Top Bear was Skokpaya Oglala Lakota Sioux.1 Also known as (?) Mato Wankatuya.1 Also known as (?) Mato Wankal.2 (?) Top Bear was born in 1828.2,3 Another source states that his was also listed with a birthdate in 1830.1 And yet another source states that his was also listed with a birthdate in 1832.4 He married (?) Shake Hands circa 1850.1,2,4 He married (?) Beaver circa 1864.3,4 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Medicine Root District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1890.1 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Medicine Root District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1892.2 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Medicine Root District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on June 30, 1894.3 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Medicine Root District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on June 30, 1895.4

Child of (?) Top Bear and (?) Beaver
Fred Top Bear b. 18653,4

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.
  2. [S556] 1892.
  3. [S269] 1894.
  4. [S561] June 30th 1895.

Fred Top Bear1,2,3,4 (M)
(1865 - ), #37982
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     Also known as Mato Wankal.2 Also known as Wankal Mato.4 The nationality of Fred Top Bear was Skokpaya Oglala Lakota Sioux.1 Also known as Mato Wankantuya.1 Fred Top Bear was born in 1865.1,2,3,4 He was the son of (?) Top Bear and (?) Beaver.1,3,4 Fred was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Medicine Root District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1890.1 Fred was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Medicine Root District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1892.2 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) Top Bear on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1894 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Medicine Root District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.3 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) Top Bear on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1895 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Medicine Root District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.4

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.
  2. [S556] 1892.
  3. [S269] 1894.
  4. [S561] June 30th 1895.

Hugh Top Bear1,2,3,4 (M)
(1875 - ), #18319
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     Also known as Wankal Ti Mato.3 Also known as Mato Wankal.2 The nationality of Hugh Top Bear was Skokpaya Oglala Lakota Sioux. Hugh Top Bear was born in 1875.1,2 He was the son of (?) White Whirlwind and (?) Eagle Feather.2,3 Another source states that his was also listed with a birthdate in 1876.3,4 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) White Whirlwind on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1892 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Medicine Root District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.2 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) White Whirlwind on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1894 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Medicine Root District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.3 He was listed as "nephew" and residing in the home of (?) White Whirlwind on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1895 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Medicine Root District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.4 Hugh Top Bear married Georgianna (?) circa 1899.1 Hugh was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Medicine Root District, Shannon Co., Dakota Territory, USA, on June 30, 1904.1

Citations

  1. [S159] 1904.
  2. [S556] 1892.
  3. [S269] 1894.
  4. [S561] June 30th 1895.

Annabelle Top Bear-Ferguson (F)
(2003 - October 4, 2003), #14558

     Annabelle Top Bear-Ferguson was born in 2003. She died on October 4, 2003.1 She was buried on October 8, 2003 at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, Kyle, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA; KYLE - Baby Annabelle Top Bear-Ferguson, infant, Kyle, died Saturday, Oct. 4, 2003, in Rapid City.
Survivors include her parents, Corey Ferguson and Hevin Top Bear, both of Kyle; one sister, Ceriah Ferguson, Kyle; her maternal grandparents, Vern and Rochelle Top Bear, Kyle; her maternal great-grandparents, Lloyd and Vina Yankton, Kyle; her paternal grandparents, Mary Little White Man and Lyle Ferguson, Kyle; her paternal great-grandfather, Leonard Ferguson, Kyle; and her paternal great-great-grandmother, Isabel Pourier, Gordon, Neb. Visitation service will be at 10 a.m. today at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church in Kyle. Services will be at 2 p.m. today at the church, with the Rev. Cordelia Red Owl officiating. Burial will be at St. Barnabas Episcopal Cemetery in Kyle.1

Citations

  1. [S150] Obituaries.

(?) Torn Belly1,2,3,4 (M)
(1827 - ), #37335

     The nationality of (?) Torn Belly was Hokayuta Oglala Lakota Sioux; Also know as the Badger Eater Band.1,2 Also known as (?) Tezi Yuhlecapi.4 Also known as (?) Tezi Hlecahan.1,3 (?) Torn Belly was born in 1827.1,2 Another source states that his was also listed with a birthdate in 1828.3,4 He married (?) Owns The Lance circa 1861.1,2,3,4 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1890.1 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1892.2 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1894.3 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on June 30, 1895.4

Children of (?) Torn Belly and (?) Owns The Lance
(?) Takes Enemy b. 18624
(?) Jealous+ b. 18702
(?) Wounded Twice b. 18711
(?) Loud Voice Thunder b. 18741,2,3,4

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.
  2. [S556] 1892.
  3. [S269] 1894.
  4. [S561] June 30th 1895.

(?) Torn Blanket1,2 (F)
(1866 - ), #41665
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     Also known as (?) Rattling Blanket.2 Also known as (?) Sina Sna Win.2 The nationality of (?) Torn Blanket was Oglala Lakota Sioux.1,2 Also known as (?) Ti Kleca.1 (?) Torn Blanket was born in 1866.1,2 She was the daughter of (?) Lone Goose and (?) Yellow Hair Woman.1,2 She was listed as "daughter" and residing in the home of (?) Lone Goose on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1892 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA.1 She was listed as "daughter" and residing in the home of (?) Lone Goose on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1894 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA.2

Citations

  1. [S556] 1892.
  2. [S269] 1894.

Winona Gloria Torrez1 (F)
(April 10, 1934 - ), #32755
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     Winona Gloria Torrez was born on April 10, 1934.1 She was the daughter of Victoria Red Wing.1

Citations

  1. [S488] Maggie Ross, Mike Stevens.

(?) Touch the Cloud1 (M)
(circa 1830 - 1905), #15675
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     Also known as (?) Mahpia Icahtagya.1 The nationality of (?) Touch the Cloud was Minneconjou Lakota.1 (?) Touch the Cloud was born circa 1830; Born sometime in 1836 in present day South Dakota, Touch the Clouds was son of chief Lone Horn, his mother Stands on the Ground, and brother to chief Big Foot. He was a cousin of Crazy Horse, and allied with him in the Sioux Wars. He stood at about 7-feet tall and was known for his strength.
He fought beside Crazy Horse and was with him at the time of his death in 1877.1 He was the son of (?) Lone Horn and (?) Stands on the Ground.1 (?) Touch the Cloud died in 1905 at Cheyenne River Agency, South Dakota, USA; Touch the Clouds spent the reminder of his life at the Cheyenne River Agency until his death in 1905.1

Citations

  1. [S460] Touch the Clouds, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Touch_the_Clouds.

(?) Touches Food1 (M)
(1879 - ), #35506
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     The nationality of (?) Touches Food was Cheyenne.1 (?) Touches Food was born in 1879.1 He was the son of (?) Little Wolf and (?) Ute Woman.1 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) Little Wolf on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1890 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.

(?) Touches Pine1,2,3 (F)
(1872 - ), #43809
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     Also known as (?) Wazi Eyutan.2,3 The nationality of (?) Touches Pine was Oglala Lakota Sioux.1,2,3 Also known as (?) Wazi Ehataka.1 (?) Touches Pine was born in 1872.1,2,3 She was the daughter of (?) Black Apple.1,2 She was listed as "daughter" and residing in the home of (?) Black Apple on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1894 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1 She was listed as "daughter" and residing in the home of (?) Black Apple on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 25, 1895 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.2 She married (?) Good Voice Elk before June 14, 1896.3 She was listed as residing with her husband (?) Good Voice Elk on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 14, 1896 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Porcupine District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.3

Citations

  1. [S269] 1894.
  2. [S561] June 30th 1895.
  3. [S158] June 30th, 1896.

Francois Toureau (F)
(1599 - December 9, 1663), #8390

     (see also Web Link). Also known as Francois Tourault. Francois was born at Lardillière, Dompierre sur Mer, La Rochelle, Aunis, France, in 1599. Conflicting evidence states that Francois was born at Dompierre-sur-Mer, Charente-Maritime, France, in 1600. She married Jacques D'Archambault at St. Philibert, Pont-Charault, Lucon, Poitou(Vendee), on January 17, 1628. Francois died on December 9, 1663 at Montréal, Québec, Canada.

Children of Francois Toureau and Jacques D'Archambault
Dennis Archambault b. 1630
Ann Archambault b. circa 1631, d. Jul 29, 1699
Jacquette Archambault+ b. circa 1632, d. Dec 17, 1700
Marie Archambault b. Feb 24, 1635, d. Aug 16, 1719
Louise Archambault b. 1640
Laurent D'Archambault+ b. Jan 10, 1641, d. Apr 19, 1730

(?) Track1 (F)
(1872 - ), #39957
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     Also known as (?) Oye.1 The nationality of (?) Track was Oglala Lakota Sioux.1 (?) Track was born in 1872.1 She was the daughter of (?) Big Cheyenne Woman.1 She was listed as "sister" and residing in the home of (?) Noisy Walk on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1892 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S556] 1892.

(?) Tracks1 (M)
(1864 - ), #19507
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     (?) Tracks was born in 1864.1 He was the son of (?) Scares.1 He was listed as "brother" and residing in the home of (?) Prairie Chicken on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken in 1886 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Dakota Territory, USA.1,2

Citations

  1. [S157] 1886.
  2. [S556] 1892.

(?) Tracks1,2,3,4 (F)
(1859 - ), #36780

     Also known as (?) Oye Luta.2,4,3 The nationality of (?) Tracks was Oglala Lakota Sioux.1,2,4 Also known as (?) Oye.1 Also known as (?) Red Track.2,4,3 (?) Tracks was born in 1859.2,4,3 Another source states that her was also listed with a birthdate in 1860.1 She married (?) Holy Tail circa 1887.1,2,4,3 She was listed as residing with her husband (?) Holy Tail on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1890 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Melt, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1 She was listed as residing with her husband (?) Holy Tail on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1892 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.2 She was listed as residing with her husband (?) Holy Tail on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1894 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.4 She was listed as residing with her husband (?) Holy Tail on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1895 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.3

Children of (?) Tracks and (?) Holy Tail
(?) Comes Amongst b. 18871,2,4,3
(?) Shot Her Horse b. Oct, 18891,2,3
(?) Kills In Wood b. Mar, 18922,4,3
(?) Holy Breath b. Feb, 18944,3

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.
  2. [S556] 1892.
  3. [S561] June 30th 1895.
  4. [S269] 1894.

(?) Trailer1,2 (M)
(1864 - ), #22878
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     Also known as (?) Oyetawicape.1 The nationality of (?) Trailer was Oglala Lakota Sioux.2 (?) Trailer was born in 1864.1 He was the son of (?) Corn Man and (?) Iron Neck.1,2 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) Corn Man on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1890 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Melt, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1,2

Citations

  1. [S307] .
  2. [S47] 1890.

(?) Trailer1 (M)
(1887 - ), #38719
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     Also known as (?) Waoye Otapa.1 The nationality of (?) Trailer was Oyuhkpe Oglala Lakota Sioux.1 (?) Trailer was born in 1887.1 He was the son of (?) Bear Stops and (?) Gets Them In The Arm.1,2 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) Bear Stops on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1890 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.
  2. [S556] 1892.

(?) Tramped By Mice1,2,3,4 (M)
(1836 - ), #35355

     The nationality of (?) Tramped By Mice was Oglala Lakota Sioux.2,4,3 Also known as (?) Itonkala Natapi.2,3,4 He married Susan High Wolf. (?) Tramped By Mice was born in 1836.3,4 Another source states that his was also listed with a birthdate in 1837.1,2 He married (?) Planter circa 1857.1,2,3,4 He married (?) Yankton Woman circa 1872.1,2,3,4 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Porcupine District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1890.1 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Porcupine District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA, on July 1, 1892.2 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Porcupine District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA, on July 1, 1894.3 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Porcupine District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA, on July 1, 1895.4

Child of (?) Tramped By Mice
Conrad War Bonnet+ b. 18713

Child of (?) Tramped By Mice and Susan High Wolf
Kittie High Wolf b. 18762,3

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.
  2. [S556] 1892.
  3. [S269] 1894.
  4. [S561] June 30th 1895.

(?) Transparent1 (F)
(1809 - ), #36899

     The nationality of (?) Transparent was Oglala Lakota Sioux.1 Also known as (?) Janjanyela.1 (?) Transparent was born in 1809.1 She was listed as "mother" and residing in the home of (?) Red Blanket on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1890 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Melt, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1

Children of (?) Transparent
(?) Tobacco b. 18531
(?) Red Blanket b. 18571

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.

(?) Transparent1 (F)
(1862 - ), #37490

     The nationality of (?) Transparent was Ite Sica Oglala Lakota Sioux.1 Also known as (?) Janjanyela.1 (?) Transparent was born in 1862.1 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1890.1

Children of (?) Transparent
(?) Kills First At Night b. 18871
(?) Crane b. 18871
(?) Unknown b. Aug, 18891

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.

(?) Traveler1,2,3,4,5 (F)
(1848 - ), #34956

     Also known as (?) Tiglake.4,5 The nationality of (?) Traveler was Oglala Lakota Sioux.2,3,4,5 Also known as (?) Travels.3 Also known as (?) Moves Her Voice.2 Also known as (?) Ho Yehiye Win.2 (?) Traveler was born in 1848.2 Another source states that her was also listed with a birthdate in 1852.1 And yet another source states that her was also listed with a birthdate in 1856.3,4,5 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Porcupine District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1890.1 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1892.2 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1894.3 She married Richard Two Elk before June 30, 1895.4 She was listed as residing with her husband Richard Two Elk on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1895 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.4 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wakpamini District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on June 30, 1896.5

Child of (?) Traveler
Cecilia Armstrong b. 18791,2,3,4,5

Child of (?) Traveler and Richard Two Elk
Julia Two Elk b. Feb, 18965

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.
  2. [S556] 1892.
  3. [S269] 1894.
  4. [S561] June 30th 1895.
  5. [S158] June 30th, 1896.

(?) Travels On Prairie1 (F)
(1843 - ), #39856

     The nationality of (?) Travels On Prairie was Oglala Lakota Sioux.1 Also known as (?) Alaya Mani.1 (?) Travels On Prairie was born in 1843.1 She married (?) Fool Heart circa 1878.1 She was listed as residing with her husband (?) Fool Heart on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1892 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S556] 1892.

Charles Tree Leg1,2,3,4 (M)
(1857 - ), #21529

     Also known as Can Hu.5,4,3,1,2 Charles Tree Leg was born in 1857.1 Another source states that his was also listed with a birthdate in 1858.2,4 And yet another source states that his was also listed with a birthdate in 1861.3 He was listed as residing in the home of Lucy Black Whirlwind on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1890 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Melt, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.5 Charles was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1894.2 He married Lucy Black Whirlwind circa 1895.1,2,4 Charles was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on June 30, 1895.4 Charles was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, in 1896.1 Charles was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wakpamini District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on June 30, 1904.3

Child of Charles Tree Leg and Lucy Black Whirlwind
(?) Pine b. 18912,4

Citations

  1. [S158] June 30th, 1896.
  2. [S269] 1894.
  3. [S159] 1904.
  4. [S561] June 30th 1895.
  5. [S47] 1890.

(?) Tribe Hawk1,2,3 (F)
(April, 1893 - ), #43704
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     The nationality of (?) Tribe Hawk was Oglala Lakota Sioux.1,2,3 Also known as (?) Cetan Oyate.1,2,3 (?) Tribe Hawk was born in April, 1893.1,2,3 She was the daughter of Thomas Kills In Timber and (?) White Medicine.1,2,3 She was listed as "daughter" and residing in the home of Thomas Kills In Timber on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1894 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA.1 She was listed as "daughter" and residing in the home of Thomas Kills In Timber on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1895 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA.2 She was listed as "daughter" and residing in the home of Thomas Kills In Timber on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1896 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA.3

Citations

  1. [S269] 1894.
  2. [S561] June 30th 1895.
  3. [S158] June 30th, 1896.

(?) Tribe1,2,3 (F)
(1856 - ), #18742

     The nationality of (?) Tribe was Oglala Lakota Sioux.2,3,1 Also known as (?) Oyate.1,2 (?) Tribe was born in 1856.1 Another source states that her was also listed with a birthdate in 1859.2,3 She married Aaron Long Horn circa 1883.1,2,3 She was listed as residing with her husband Aaron Long Horn on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1894 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Pass Creek District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.2 She was listed as residing with her husband Aaron Long Horn on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1895 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Pass Creek District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.3 She was listed as residing with her husband Aaron Long Horn on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1904 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Pass Creek District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1

Children of (?) Tribe and Aaron Long Horn
Hatter Long Horn b. 18842,3
Jennie Long Horn b. Sep, 18931,2,3

Citations

  1. [S159] 1904.
  2. [S269] 1894.
  3. [S561] June 30th 1895.

Albert William Trimble (M)
(circa 1935 - 1982), #7117
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     Albert was born circa 1935.1 He was the son of John Guy Trimble and Lucy W. Randall.1 Albert was elected at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota, USA, in April, 1976.1 He died in 1982; Trimble: Unsung heroes: Obituary delayed for Albert William 'Al' Trimble Email this page
Posted: November 19, 2004
by: Charles Trimble / Indian Country Today


It's been 22 years this November since the passing of Albert William ''Al'' Trimble. His death in 1982, at the age of 54, was little noted in the newspaper that, at the time, covered much of Sioux territory, the Lakota Times. There was no obituary, merely a terse and cursory announcement of his death.

It must be noted that in the 1975 Oglala Sioux tribal election Trimble solidly defeated Richard ''Dick'' Wilson for the office of President. The Lakota Times was a strong supporter of Wilson, and although that election was several years before the Times began publishing, it was apparently the cause for the posthumous snub. Yet Trimble is viewed by many Oglalas as one of the tribe's greatest governmental leaders. This column serves as his obituary, long delayed.

He was born in Interior, S.D., in 1928, and was raised in Wanblee village on the Pine Ridge Reservation. He spent most of his school years on the reservation, but graduated from Haskell Institute in 1946. He served in the U.S. Army in the immediate post-World War II period.

Rising from clerical ranks, Trimble held several high-level positions in the BIA during a 20-year career. He served as superintendent of the Pine Ridge Reservation in the months leading up to AIM's Wounded Knee occupation in 1973. His efforts to stop the abuses of the OST President, Dick Wilson, particularly his alleged use of tribal program funds for personal purposes, led Wilson to press the Bureau for his removal. The BIA conceded, and he was transferred to that agency's offices in Albuquerque, N.M. There, in virtual exile, he decided to retire early from federal service and run on a reform ticket for the presidency of the Oglala Sioux Tribe.

In 1975, in a campaign marked by violent attacks on him and his family, Trimble won the election by a decisive margin, and set out on a campaign of healing and reform. First, measures had to be taken to change the tribal governance from a virtual dictatorship to one responsive and accountable to the electorate.

Under the new Indian Self-Determination Act, his first action was to secure tribal control of the reservation police, and set up citizen review panels to help curb abuse on their part. This action also served to disband the hated goon squads.

He decentralized the tribal government, giving the districts more autonomy and resources, and pushed the council into an annual round-robin schedule of meeting in each of the districts. To further their confidence, he secured funds to build district meeting centers throughout the reservation. The tribal seat at Pine Ridge he saw as a colonial outpost and he sought to move political control from Pine Ridge to the districts, and he envisioned a new tribal capital in the geographic center of the reservation. This, he felt, would also move the economic center inward for greater benefit to all tribal members. The new capital would be called Piya Wiconi, meaning ''New Beginning'' in the Lakota language.

But, sapped of strength by the strenuous schedule and a congenital heart condition, he had little energy to mount his re-election campaign, and lost his bid for a second term. However, the reforms he put in place were etched into the hearts of the people, and to this day they are loath to surrender them.

He lived to see the first building constructed on the high grassy hill where he envisioned Piya Wiconi would be located. The tribal college, Oglala Lakota College, would be headquartered in the modern structure that crowned the prairie horizon there. That institution keeps alive his dream of a new capital.

Although in his final months he served as executive director of the National Congress of American Indians, the greatest honor to him personally was the presidency of his tribe, and his greatest achievement was the reforms he instituted in tribal government there.

At the memorial dinner ending the customary year of mourning, Suzan Harjo summed up his life in a written tribute: ''We have lost a great leader as well as a great healer.''

Charles E. Trimble is an Oglala Lakota from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. He was principal founder of the American Indian Press Association in 1970, and served as executive director of the National Congress of American Indians from 1972 - 78. He is president of Red Willow Institute in Omaha, Neb., and a columnist for Indian Country Today.2

Citations

  1. [S150] Obituaries.
  2. [S493] Charles Trimble, Trimble: Unsung heroes: Obituary delayed for Albert William 'Al' Trimble.

Bessie Trimble1 (F)
(February 25, 1915 - November 30, 2002), #12868
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     Also known as Sungnuni Wi.1 Bessie Trimble was born on February 25, 1915 at Interior, Jackson Co., South Dakota, USA.1 She was the daughter of John Guy Trimble and Lucy W. Randall. Bessie Trimble was employed after 1935 at State University of South Dakota, Brookings, South Dakota, USA.1 She married John Lionel Cornelius Sr. after 1935.1 Bessie Trimble was honor in 2000 at Indian Living Treasure Award; The winner of the 2000 Indian Living Treasure Award, Bessie was recognized for a lifetime of sharing her many talents and abilities with others. While Bessie is widely remembered as a premier educator, teaching legions of children how to cook, sew, and manage household resources, and legions of adults a wide variety of arts and crafts, from basic homemaking skills, to upholstery, beading, quilting, needlework, knitting and woodworking, she is also famous for her quilts, with examples displayed in several museums and private collections.
Bessie fostered many artists, in a number of mediums, including oil painting, water colors, charcoal drawing, wood sculpture, and pottery. And she believed that art was also expressed through the use of fabrics in both sacred and profane presentations - quilts, wall hangings, clothing, and decorations. She was one of those responsible for the revival of the Lakota Star quilt in the 50's and 60's. Among the many talents she shared with friends and family were her gourmet cooking and outstanding clothing designs. When Blue Cloud Abbey was established in Marvin, SD, Bessie wove the cloth for and designed some of the Abbey vestments. She counted reading a wide variety of subjects among her many delights and accomplishments.1 She died on November 30, 2002 at age 87.1 She was buried on December 4, 2002 at Cornelius Family Plot, Wolf Creek, South Dakota, USA; A Rosary will be held on Tuesday, December 3, at 7 p.m. at Sacred Heart Church in Pine Ridge, with a memorial service and mass to be celebrated on Wednesday, December 4, at 10 a.m., also at the Sacred Heart Church in Pine Ridge. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Ellen Stephen Hospice, Kyle, SD.

The cremains will be interred in a private ceremony at the Cornelius Family Plot, Wolf Creek, SD.

Sioux Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.1

Child of Bessie Trimble and John Lionel Cornelius Sr.
John L. Cornelius b. after 1936, d. Dec 30, 2004

Citations

  1. [S150] Obituaries.

Charles E. Trimble1,2 (M)
(March 12, 1935 - ), #3348
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     Charles was born at Wanblee, Jackson Co., South Dakota, USA, on March 12, 1935.1,2 He was the son of John Guy Trimble and Lucy W. Randall.2 Charles was listed on the roll as a student at Holy Rosary Mission Boarding School, Pine Ridge, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, in 1947.1 He was a student at University of South Dakota, South Dakota, USA, circa 1955. School:.1 Charles served in the military in 1957. 1957-1960. Public information Specialist and Infantry Operations Intelligence Specialist..1 Charles's occupation: Commission on Community Relation for the City of Denver. At Denver, Arapahoe Co., Colorado, USA, after 1960.1 He was employed circa 1970 at Washington, D.C., USA. He lived in 2002 at Omaha, Douglas Co., Nebraska, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S150] Obituaries.
  2. [S369] Kaiti Trimble, Mike Stevens.

Eloise Trimble1 (F)
(1900 - ), #10408
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     Also known as Ella Trimble.1 Eloise was born in 1900.1 She was the daughter of John Guy Trimble.1 She married Joseph Brown after 1918.

Citations

  1. [S159] 1904.

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