Broken Leg.  Co-hoe.
Cheyenne Ft. Marion POW.
 
 
Went to Hampton: Kohoe, aka Nohonicas Arrived age 30 in Apr 1878.  Jun 1879 Removal to Carlisle

Joy Fisher Hampton Research

(19) Heo-nis/Coho; 3 men, 4 women, 6 children, total 13; 

Text Copyright (c) John L. Sipes 2004 Sipes/Berthrong Cheyenne Collections. Fort Marion and Darlington Agency, Indian Territory Sections, File Numbers 42-56. Enrollment of Cheyenne and Arapahoe Tribe of Indians at the Agency. (This census shows native name, English interpretation, number of men, women and children in the family with the total in family. Notation at end of this Cheyenne census states: "I certify on honor that the foregoing is a full correct and complete list of Cheyenne Indians - and those only - at the Cheyenne and Arapahoe Agency, Indian Territory, who are entitled to subsistance. (S)" Jon D. Miles, U.S. Indian Agent, Cheyenne and Arapahoe Agency, I.T., March 1st, 1878.

      After a lingering illness, little Belle Cohoe, died this week. She was one of the girls who came from the Indian Territory last year, and has been ill and a great sufferer from the day she arrived.

    May 2, 1890 INDIAN HELPER

Artist. William Cohoe
Went to Lee Massachusetts.  Left Carlisle March 1880.

Fear-Segal found in Peterson.

See Sand Creek Massacre pages.
Cohoe. I have three listed.

        William Cohoe. RG 1327 #302. Listed as Cheyenne. No other details except this response to 1910 survey, dated 12/15/1910. He is married to someone called Small Woman. They have two boys, both of whom are also married. One has children of his own. The other lost his first wife and has subsequently remarried. William lives in Bickford OK. Has worked at the Indian agency as a farmer, butcher, baker, builder. Was a clerk boy for 6 years. Then in the army. In 1912 he was a farmer and hauling wood into town. He wrote "I have nothing to go ahead and work with. I work hard try to make a living at the same time i am getting poor. I live in two room house. It looks like I cannot get started. My wife and I both work out at all times. As I told you, I have only two sos and they are both married. I want you to help me some ways in regards about tools to work with every summer.

        Bella Cahoe/Cohoe. (Rg 1328/1329). Listed as Arapahoe. Address c/of Cut Nose in El Reno. OK. Parents both given as living when she enroled 11/14/1889 at age 12. she was 58inches tall and 81 lbs. Died at school 4/29/1890, buried in cemetery
 
 

        Cahoe. Rg 1327 #161. CIIS ID #7. arrived 10/6/1879 aged 30. enrolled for only 3 years. Sent home 3/02/1880 sick.

(Arriving with Cahoe and Whiteman on 10/6/1879 and listed as Cheyenne include: Howard Charlton Buzzard. Age 27. dept 1/26/1880 sick. Little Chief, age 28. dept 1/26/1880 sick (surveyed in 1909). 

Genevieve Bell NARA Collections.

Cohoe, 35, full blood, Chey., by himself, parents Fastened Wolf, dead, and Little Woman (dead Nov. 5, 1902)


Wm. Cohoe/Cohoe, 47, full blood, husb., parents Groaning Bear, dead, and Looking Around, dead; Small Woman,47, full blood, wife, Big Feet, dead, and Bear Woman. Bruce Cohoe/Black Bird, son, 17.

1902 C&A Family Register 
Text Copyright (c) 2003 Ruby Bushyhead C&A Family Heirship and Estate Testimonies compiled by John Sipes.

U.S. Dept. of Interior
Office of Indian Affairs
Washington D.C.
Education- Administration Circular #401, March 12, 1910.
To All Indian Superintendents
"Report and statistics on returned students that attended non-reservation schools in so far as the success or failure is concerned."
Carlisle, Pennsylvania. (Name and Occupation Shown Below)
Ernie Black, works by the day and has sold his land.
Harvey White Shield, looks after his own business and rents his land for a share of the crop.
Joe Pawnee, none at present. 
William Abe Somers, none.
Alfred Brown,none.
Charles DeBrae, farmer.
Henry Roman Nose, none.
Cohoe, none.
Star,none.
James Hamilton, none.
(The above Cheyennes)
Arapahoes: Comanche, none; Phillip Rabbit, none; John H. Williams, none, has sold his land; Francis Lee, none; Dan Tucker, none; Cleaver Warden, farmer; Tom Carlisle, none; Howling Wolf, none, (Cheyenne).

Text Copyright (c) 2004 Sipe/Berthrong Cheyenne Collections. Boarding School Sec. - Returned Students.

This farming and grazing lease of the S/W 1/4 of 17-19-14, Oklahoma, for 1 year from 8-21-18 to 12-31-18, consisting of 160 acres, near Canton, Okla., belonged to Co-hoe, Deceased. His heirs show to be:
Feathers, born 1844; White Shield, 1802; Happy Woman, 1862; White Eagle, 1856; Chunky Finger Nail, 1864; White Hawk, 1873; Sistini, 1854; William Two Moons, 1884; White Fawn, 1861.
William Two Moons is a Northern Cheyenne. The rest of the heirs are from the Red Moon band of Cheyennes (Oklahoma).Clifford Eagle Feathers, an Elk Horn Scraper Warrior Society headsman and ceremonial person from Montana, stated to John Sipes on November 29, 2004, that the family Two Moons and the family Two Moon are not related such as the late Chief Two Moon family is not related to William Two Moons family.
The White Shield family of the Red Moon band of Cheyennes is related to the Medicine Water extended family through the marriage of Margaret White Shield, full sister to Medicine Water. She married the old White Shield.

Text Copyright (c) 2004 Sipes/Berthrong Cheyenne Family Oral Histories - Standing Bird Family

Cohoe #1936 70 yrs. old died 3-18-1924.
   Wives: 
        Small Woman/Little Woman; Vister.
   Children: 
        Coyote Walking/Charlie Cohoe, mother Small Woman, died 7-3-1911; 
        Black Bird/Bruce Cohoe, mother Vister.
   Grandchildren: 
        White Sun, male, 6 yrs. old, parents Coyote Walking and Tackanina, died long ago; 
        Jane Coyote Walking, same parents, died 6-6-1941; 
        Howard Coyote Walking, 64 yrs. old, same parents, died 2-19-1915.
   Great Grandchildren: 
        Nora Jane Walking Night, 3 months old, parents Otto Black Owl and Jane Walking Night, died 1941.

Text Copyright (c) 2003 Ruby Bushyhead C&A Family Heirship and Estate Testimonies. 

Small Woman # 1937, 74 years old, died 12-17-1928.
Marriages: Cohoe #1936, died 3-18-1924.
Children: Coyote Walking, male, father was Cohoe, died 7-3-1911.
Children of Deceased Children: White Sun, parents Coyote Walking and Tack-a-nina, died 2-9-1915. ( Howard Coyote Walking), male, 5 years old.
Magpie Woman, female, 20 years old, parents Coyote Walking and Tack-a-nina, living.( Jane Coyote Walking)
Parents of Small Woman: Father was Big Foot, Northern Cheyenne, died about 1904.
Mother was Bear Woman, #884, died 10-1914.
Brothers and Sisters: Ape Walker, 72, same parents, living.
Casey Chasing Bear, 1/2 brother, 52 years old, father was Big Foot, died 6-17-1918. (Deafy Big Foot)
White Big Foot, 1/2 brother, father was Big Foot, living.
Little Hawk (John Big Foot), 1/2 brother, father was Big foot, living.
White Buffalo (Helen Big Foot), 1/2 sister, father was Big Foot, died 9-1917.
Issue of Deceased Brothers and Sisters: Willis Chasing Bear, male, 36 years old, parents Casey Chasing Bear and Yellow Woman, living.
Stephen Chasing Bear, male, 26 years old.
Nat Murphys mother was a full sister to mother of Small Woman.
Nat Murphy married Sprinkle Horse Woman, daughter of Medicine Water, POW.
Sprinkle Horse Woman was full sister to Tah-nah/Measure Woman Standing Bird.
Measure Woman and Standing Bird are the great-grandparents of John Sipes.
Ah-in-nist Sipes is the son of John Sipes and Dolores Subia Big Foot Sipes.
Dolores Subia Big Foot Sipes, is extended family kinship to Hu-wah-nee, the lone Caddo POW.
Dolores Subia Big Foots children are Benita, Beth, and Bryce Big Foot. Their father was named Sam Big Foot, a Northern Cheyenne. Sam Big Foots mother was named Mary Big Foot Red Cherries. She was a Northern Cheyenne.

Text Copyright (c) 2004 Sipes/Berthrong Cheyenne Collections and Ruby Bushyhead Collections