John Wilson, male, 22 yrs. old, born in Wyoming, mother born in Colorado, father born in Colorado. (gt. grandfather of John Sipes)

1900 U.S Census of Southern Cheyennes, J.J. Chou, Ethnology Project, Dept. of Anthropology, Univ. of Oklahoma.

Record of Births: 

John Wilson and White Girl Wilson/Woista parents of Frank Wilson, son, born 2-15-1905. ( John Wilson is brother to Naomi Wilson/Sioux Woman, Carlisle student who died at Carlisle). Cheyennes. John Wilson and White Girl Wilson parents of Lewis Wilson, son, born 4-20-1908, Cheyennes

Deaths:Richard Wilson, 7,  son of Throat/Emma Wilson, died 4-10-1908.( Throat is sister to Naomi Wilson, Carlisle student who died at Carlisle)

John Wilson and White Girl Wilson parents of Susie Wilson born 12-15-1917, Cheyennes. (Susie attended Seger Indian Boarding School, Colony, Okla. John Wilson attended Seger school and was baseball player and later brick mason and carpenter helping build Seger school and made brick with John Seger at school. John seger was Supt. and started school at Colony which became Seger Agency for C&A.)

Clara Wilson,13,female,died 3-22-1915, next of kin, parents John Wilson and White Girl Wilson/Woista. Sipes Family Oral Histories states that White Girl Wilsons father was, Beartusk, a Northern Cheyenne)

 Births and Deaths of C&As (no name of vol. pages only shown)
Text Copyright (c) 2003 Ruby Bushyhead C&A Family Heirship and Estate Testimonies compiled by John Sipe.

Clinton Chronicle, April 30, 1914.
April 23rd. 1914.
Letter from John Seger "About Indians".
John Wilson has some fine alfalfa coming up. Stone Calfs not up. Perry Reynolds and sons Philip and Thomas have 1 acre of potatoes, 2 bushel of onion sets, 2 acres of early corn, 15 acres of field corn.
Little Man, Standing Bird, and Wade Black Owl have their corn planted. Stone Calf is planting corn. Little Man and Stone Calf have trimmed their peach trees.

Clinton Chronicle, April 30, 1914.
July 31st. 1913.
Indians returning from Cantonment Willow Dance (Sun Dance).
Those who denied themselves the pleasure to tend crops:
Mack Prairie Chief, Standing Bird, Perry Reynolds, Sidney Sioux, Harvey White Turtle, Little Man, Sioux Little Calf, John Wilson, Red Bird, Howling Crane, and Old Man Stone Road.
Ed Hadley, Indian Policeman at Colony, on vacation. Standing Bird sold 43 dozen roasting ears last week.
Darwin Hayes wife had a baby.

Text Copyright (c) 2004 Sipes/Berthrong Cheyenne Collections. Newspaper Exerpts, Clinton Chronicle.

Probate of Emma Wilson (Throat), Cheyenne And Arapaho Agency, Sept. 12, 1927.
Testimony of Night Walker, nephew of Emma, stated that she had a sister that died while attending Carlisle. He did not know her name.
John Wilson, brother of Emma, stated that they had a sister that died at Carlisle while in school there.
Big Bodied Woman, 60 years old and knew Emma since she was small stated that Emma had a sister named Sioux Woman that died at Carlisle while in school there. These testimonies taken and sworn on August 25, 1927, by Robert Buchanan, Examiner of Inheritance.
Note: John Wilson is the great-grandfather of John Sipes. Emma Wilson is the great-aunt of John Sipes. Sioux Woman was AKA Naomi Wilson is also the great-aunt of John Sipes. Naomi Wilson died at Carlisle and according to Sipes family history she is buried at Carlisle School Cemetery.
Cheyenne And Arapaho Census, June 30, 1895, Capt. A.E. Woodson, 5th Cav., Cheyenne Tribe.---No. 532, Emma Wilson (Throat), 15, female, at Carlisle; No. 533, John Wilson, 17,male, at Carlisle.
Cheyenne and Arapaho Delegation regarding Black Hills Claims.
Clara Wilson, 13, female, died 3/22/1915 of Apoplexy.
Parents were John Wilson and Woista/White Girl Wilson.
Woista/White Girl Wilson was brother to Heap of Bears and their father was Beartusk and mother was Short Walking Woman.

Text Copyright (c) 2004 Sipe/Berthrong Cheyenne Collections. Census Files. 1937 Cheyenne and Arapaho Census.

John Wilson, male, born 1879, husb.; Woista/White Girl Wilson, female, born 1884, wife; Louis
Wilson, son born 1908; Susie Wilson, dau., born 1917. (John Wilson had a sister who died at
Carlisle Indian School named Sioux Woman/Naomi Wilson. Woista/White Girl Wilsons father was a
Northern Cheyenne named Bear Tusk and her mother was a Southern Cheyenne named Walking Woman.
John Wilson and Woista are the gt. grandparents of John Sipes)

Census of the Cheyenne Indians of the C&A Agency, Seger Agency taken on June 30, 1927,  by L.S.Bonnin, Superintendent.
John Sipes Cheyenne Collection. 2003

Watonga Republican Newspaper, Feb. 2, 1928.
Representatives of the Cheyennes and Arapahoes going to Washington on Feb. 1, 1928. Robert Burns, Concho; Alfred Wilson, Weatherford; Jesse Rowlodge, Geary; Arnold Woolworth, Calumet were delegates chosen January 6th, at El Reno for special council on Black Hills Claim.
Daniel B. Henderson of Washington will present their claims. Jesse Rowlodge was a member of the delegation two years previously. Senator Hendricks of Wyoming and Senator Walsh of Montana supported a bill for the claim. The Oklahoma delegation also supports the bill.
Delegates to the meeting: Cantonment- Herbert Walker and Red Bird, Cheyennes; Watonga- John Block and Deforest Antelope, Cheyennes; Clinton- Kias and John Fletcher, Cheyennes; Colony- Theodore Haury and Henry Little Bird, Arapahoes; Weatherford- Jacob Runner and Alfred Wilson, Cheyennes; Canton- Little Raven and White Shirt(Man), Arapahoes; Cantonment- Ben Buffalo and Left Hand, Cheyennes; Geary- Henry Rowlodge and Arnold Woolworth, Arapahoes; Calumet- Henry Miles and Bird Chief, Jr., Arapahoes; Calumet- Mack Haag and Harry Black, Cheyennes; Kingfisher- Joe Yellow Eyes and Clarence Shepard, Cheyennes.

Text Copyright (c) 2004 Sipe/Berthrong Collections. Black Hills and Chiefs Section.

Seger Indian Agency
Colony, Oklahoma
June 13, 1922
Agents Industrial Survey, Cheyenne and Arapaho Agency.
John Wilson, allotment #1005, age 43, full blood, patentee, wife and 4 children. (John Wilsons son, Frank Wilson, was son-in-law of Standing Bird)
Date of Survey: April 27, 1922.
I visited this home on the afternoon of the date above in company with the Agency Physician and the District Farmer. This home is located 1 1/2 miles northwest of Clinton, Oklahoma, on the Washita River. He has a two room house recently put into good repair, shed barn, well and pump, and the place is quite well fenced.
He has a wagon. harness, four horses, grain binder, and other  necessary tools, as well as 24 chickens and five hogs. He has a good garden and 40 acres planted to corn and kafir corn. In additition to his own farming activities, he hires out quite a lot to his neighbors. No sickness was found in the family.

Text Copyright (c) John L. Sipe  2004. Sipe/Berthrong Collections. Seger Agency Reports.

There has been much confusion that Alfred Wilson is a brother to John Wilson and this Alfred Wilson family is related to Cleo Wilson Sipes and Everett Wilson families and extended kinships. This is not the case and there is no relationship whatsoever. Presented here are two letters to show from the Sipes Cheyenne extended kinship collection and the elders of the Wilson and Standing Bird families have stated this in oral family histories  also. (See the Wilson and Medicine Water families on the Carlisle Indian School site).

Cheyenne and Arapaho Agency, Concho, Okla., May 24, 1928.
The Honorable Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Washington D.C.

I have the honor to transmit herewith Deed Non-Competent Indian land, executed by Doll Woman and her husband, Alfred Wilson, coveying to Prudie Two Crows for the nominal consideration of "One dollar, love and affection", land in etc., etc. sections, state of Okla. Doll Woman is the aunt of Prudie Two Crows. Doll Woman states that she is willing to give the land to her niece ( Prudie Two Crows ) as her niece helped her financially and in other ways during the recent illness and death of her daughter, Wanada Wilson.
/S/ L.S. Bonnin, Superintendent.

Cheyenne and Arapaho Agency, Concho, Okla., December 17, 1930.
Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Washington D.C.

Respectively transmitted herewith are the following described papers:
(A) Deed Noncompetent Indian Lands executed by Doll Woman and her husband, Alfred Wilson, coveying to Alfred White Crow for a consideration of $1600, part of Doll Womans allotment #605A, located in sections etc., etc. While this tract would provide him (Alfred White Crow) with a nice home without additional land, he would have no way in which he could earn a living, and therefore he and his uncle, Alfred Wilson , made this agreement with Doll Woman, Alfreds wife, that Alfred White Crow would purchase the land. 
/S/ L.S. Bonnin, Superintendent

(Doll Woman, Alfred Wilson, Alfred White Crow or Prudie Two Crows families or extended kinships do not have any direct ties or relationship to the Cleo Wilson Sipes or Everett Wilson families.--- John Sipes, August 1, 2005)