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Men with the Seventh Cavalry at the Time of the Battle

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Yates, George Walter
26 February 1843, Albany, New York
Richard Yates
Margaret Mancius Yates
5 January 1865, Lucretia Beaumont Irwin
31 January 1867, St. Louis, Missouri
12 February 1872, Annie Gibson Roberts, New York, New York
George Livingston Yates, b. 11 December 1872
Bessie Violet Yates, b. 25 September 1874
Milnor Roberts Yates, b. 27 November 1875
Soldier
5 May 1866
Captain, Company F
Commanded battalion; killed with Custer's Column
25 June 1876, Little Bighorn Battlefield, Montana
Little Bighorn Battlefield, Montana
July 1877, Fort Leavenworth National Cemetery, Kansas

George Wilhelmus Mancius Yates
 


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Young Hawk
Striped Horn, Crazy Head, Ach-ta-wi-si-humne
1859, below Mannhaven, Dakota Territory

Arikara
Horns-in-front
Red Corn Silk Woman, 1835-1911
Chief Woman
Lying Against
9 May 1876, Fort Lincoln, Dakota Territory
Private, Indian Scout
In valley and hilltop fights
16 January 1915, Elbowoods, North Dakota
Indian Scout Cemetery
, McLean County, North Dakota