I'm researching the surname PETR. I know very little about the family. I do know Josef PETR was born in 1857 in the village Divisov in Moravia. He married Anna ZELENY in the 1800's. They had a son, named Adolph PETR who used to live in Mission, S.D. I know Adolph Petr was still living Sept. 16,1975. However by the social security death index record, I think he passed away May 1982. I have found a listing for a Bessie Petr, Frank Petr and Josef Petr. I would like to hear any information about the Petr and/ or Zeleny families.
Looking for info on my Grandfather(john casswell CORBIN-called cass) and my Grandmother (rose mae CORBIN-KANE). I know that they worked on the Rosebud Reservation in the late 1800s. My Father(marshall joshua CORBIN) was born on the Reservation in the 1880s and my Grandmother told me that the Indians called him SPOTTED_HORSE. I know that my Grandfather came from Kansas but I don't know what town and I don't know the name of his parents. I am told that my Grandfathers Mother was Cherokee Indian. My Grandmother was born in Iowa, but again, I don't know the town. I know that she told me when I was a young girl that her family left Iowa and moved to pennsylvania and later to South Dakota. I believe that my Grandparents were married in St. Lawerence or Huron in the early 1880s. Do you have any info on my family? Any help you can give would be much appreciated.
I am looking for my great grandmother Anna (SMITH) KOELLMANN b. 5/18/1886 C. 3/15/1971. She died in Todd County, Place Unknown, One of her children was Marie Koellmann. d. 11/1977 she also died in Todd County. I believe they were teachers. Looking for any records. Any information, name of father and mother of Anna Koellmann.
I am looking for any information on my Great Grandparents George and Mary CLEMENT, who lived on the Rosebud Indian Reservation between 1910 and 1923. All of their children were born in Todd County and my grandmother Leota was born in White River. I believe they owned a farm or ranch and I know they lost everything during the depression. Any information I can get on this family will be extremely helpful.
Looking for info on my grandmother Many Horses m: Thomas FLY abt 1872. Many Horses wouldn't go with him until the day before her Father surrendered and then she went and stayed with her Father, while he was in prison in 1881-1883. Then she and Granddad went to reservation with her Father. They didn't leave the reservation until after Sitting Bull was killed in Dec 1890. Many Horses changed her name to Angeline WOODS; she is the daughter of Chief Sitting Bull. Thomas Fly a.k.a. Fetnah Earl BULL, b: abt 1848-1850. a.k.a. Frank HIS-HORSE-LOOKING. Granddad is listed as #354 (3) Yuha KIYANPI - Thomas Fly in the 1882 Treaty and 1885 Food Rations List; under #352 Chief Sitting Bull of Huncpapa Sioux. Granddad is listed as #226 (10) Tamila WEWE - His Bloody Knife under #216 (4) Pizi - Chief GALL of Cheyenne Sioux Granddad is listed as # 134 (6) Tasunke WAKITA - His Horse Looking under # 131 (3) Tejikjice - Chief Belly Fat of the Blackfoot Sioux in these same Standing Rock Agency papers in SD. Granddad is listed as #130 (3) Tahunska TANKA - Big Leggins under #122 (4) Slohan - Chief Crawler Looking for any information or possible suggestions.
I am looking for any information for a John MORTENSEN. Federal Land Records show him owning 80 acres in Todd County: Range 031, Township 037N, and Section 010. I know he built episcapal churches on the Rosebud reservation...including St. Francis, and Rosebud, etc. He migrated here from Denmark in 1908 and is buried in Canton SD.
I am trying to find information on a relative named Sister Mary Lioba or maybe Leoba (Margaret SHEA) who was a Franciscan nun working on the Rosebud Indian Reservation in South Dakota. She died there in 1902.