Post by charlottekeoke on Jan 24, 2011 23:16:01 GMT -5
I am looking for more information on Louisa Lynd born around 1835; She was married 3 times, first husband was Kaide and the second husband is who I have the most interest in, his name was Kiyukanpi, he fled to Canada just before the 1862 outbreak and I believe died in Canada, some time after the out break (Kiyunkapi & Louisa had one child Joseph Keoke-Kiyukanpi). Louisa then married James w. Lynd and they had one child James W. Lynd, in 1914 he was 44yrs. of age.
Here is what i found in Iapi Oyae: john s/o Joseph Keoke d. 4-4-1877 at sisseton Joseph(child) bap. 3/20/1875 Goodwill church. levi s/o Jospeh Keoke was bap. 12-2-1879 at goodwill church, and died Jan. 1881 isreal jacob s/o Joseph and sophia Keoke bap. Good will church2-12-1882. He died Nov. 1883at sisseton. Grace Livingston,d/o Joseph Keoke bap. Nov. 1884 at goodwill church; she died6-24-1885. Abraham Lincoln,s/o Joseph keoke bapt. 5-23-1886 Susan Keoke bapt. 8-7-1887 at Goodwill church Joseph Keoke ,born 11-5-1853,died on 10-23-1887 at sisseton Agency. levi-Jospeh was baptized/born on 11-02=1879. the 1887 sisseton-Wahpeton census lists Joseph Keoke and wife Sophia with sons Henry and Isreal. John -Joseph Keoke was bap. Dec. 24,1876. this pertains to Joseph I. Keoke married to Mary?:their son Ephraim was bap. 3-3-1912.the child was born 2-22-1907.
I have nothing on Louisa. I am assuming that she was born in Minnesota. do you have any information on when she died? what vital data do you have on James w. Lynd?did they stay 9in Minnesota or did they toolike Joseph above, move to south Dakota? As for the second spouse, I don't know where to look in the Canadian Genweb.
I am also looking for more information on Louisa Lynd (aka Louise aka Strange Nest/ Horpitokecawin) as she is my great great great grandmother and I’ve always wondered about her and her paternity. On another forum on here I saw that she may be the sister of Otherday? I read that Horpitokecawin died May 9th 1899. Regarding Hon James W. Lynd, this can also be spelled Lynde and Lind (i.e. on his grave it was spelled Lynde). Vital data re: Hon James W Lynd (B. Nov 25th or 27th, 1830 – D. Aug 18, 1862). James was also with another woman (though I'm not sure that he married either). The first woman's name was Mary Napayshue (aka Napesni or Napayshne). They had two daughters. James is of an Irish line but lived among the Oglala Sioux to study religion and language. His manuscripts are published by the Minnesota Historical Society. He was also given the name We-Cha-ha-na-pin (Raccoon Collar). He served a brief term as a Maryland State Senator. He was the first person killed in the 1862 uprising. He was killed at the command of Little Crow. James and Horpitokecawin had a son Rev James W. Lynd II his Dakota name is Ista Ska (does this mean white eye?). I think he was born in 1863 in the Fort Snelling Concentration Camp (as this is where he was baptized). Based on dates I believe Horpitokecawin was among the 1700 force-marched from the Lower Sioux Agency to the concentration camp at Fort Snelling. Rev James W. Lynd II studied at Beloit College and Pierre University. He pastored a Presbyterian church at the Sisseton reservation. He was married to Anna Monson on June 22, 1896. Among their children was Rev. James W. Lynd III. His eldest daughter is still alive.
Post by wakanhotain on May 22, 2013 10:00:39 GMT -5
Istaska (White Eye): If you have any more information on Rev. Lynd I would appreciate if you would post it. Dakota Presbytery has formed a historical committee, of which I am the chairman. We wish to gather as many biographies of the Presbyteries clergy. I am glad you made the connection to Wicahanapin. Toksta ake, Louie Garcia
Would your committee be focused just on those at Spirit Lake or all Dakota Presbytery? I was wondering about those Presbytery at Turtle Mtn in the late 1860's- 1870 time frame. These would possibly be former Presbytery elders from the Prison era. Thanks,
Post by wakanhotain on Jun 3, 2013 16:37:03 GMT -5
Sara: We are only interested in the Ministers that served Dakota Presbytery. Yes, most of the early Ministers were in prison. I am not sure what you mean by the Presbytery at Turtle Mountain. Dakota Presbytery originally covered the territory from the Mississippi River to California. I know two or three Ministers were killed and are buried at Walhalla, ND. Later. Louie
They were tried and sent to Davenport, released after one year, sent to Crow Creek, they become Elders in the church at Crow Creek. Then the next time I see their names are on the first census of Turtle Mtn. I always wondered about those years from Crow Creek in 63 to the early 1870's at Turtle Mtn. Where were they? Did they go from Crow Creek to Santee in May/June of 1866 and then made their way to Turtle Mtn after that? I haven't gone through lists with a fine tooth comb yet, just always in the back of my mind the past few years of what the story was that got them to Turtle Mtn. Sara
Post by wakanhotain on Jun 7, 2013 15:00:44 GMT -5
SARA: I ran across a site years ago about the closing of the Turtle Mountain Reserve. I should have copied it. Anyway Hdamani was mentioned as well as others. I am sure Bogaga was also mentioned. The North Dakota Historical Society heritage center has some beadwork done by Mrs. Hdamani. I think she came here to Spirit Lake. I don't remember her name but if I remember correctly the museum listed her as a Blackfoot. Way back when I looked her up she had Sapa (Black) in her name. So there might have been a mix-up. keep after me. I have so many items I am working on, I tend to forget. Louie
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