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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 and 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, 1872-1956
Bessie Violet Yates, b. 25 September 1874
Milnor Roberts Yates, 1875-1896
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