|Death: ||Sep. 17, 1924|
The following information has been provided by Carrie V. Wilson, FindAGrave member, Wilson66 (#47702157)on May 24, 2014. Carrie V Wilson is the great-granddaughter of Solomon Quapaw.
Solomon's first wife was Minnie Captain. They had 4 children - Anna Quapaw McKibben, Bertha Quapaw McKibben, Katie Quapaw Beets and Jesse Quapaw.
His 2nd wife was Minnie Track. Her Quapaw name was "Mes-kah-Na-Ba-Nah." Their children died in childhood. She later married Chief Victor Griffin.
His 3rd wife was LouElla Crawfish.
He was not a chief but was respected. There is mention of his name being "Ca Ca Gah" but he was better know as Hega-heh.
Name: Solomon Quapaw
Date of Birth: abt 1868
Last Census Number: 36
Census Date: 28 Jul 1890
on July 17, 1900, Solomon (Soliman, age 32 (born May 1868) was widowed & lived in Township 28, Quapaw Nation, Indian Territory where he owned a home on a farm. He was shown as an Indian (Native American) and had been married 11 years. He had two daughters, Bertha, age 9 (born Nov. 1890) and Anna, age 7 (born Dec. 1892). His son, Jesse (born) in 1896), wasn't listed.
On May 12, 1910, Solomon, age 42, a widower, lived with his son, Jesse, age 14, on his farm in Peoria, Ottawa Co, OK.
His second wife was Louella "Lou" Isadora Crawfish.
On 27, 28 Jan. 1920, Solomon, age 60, & Isadore, 34, lived in Peoria, Ottawa Co, OK. Their children were shown as: Elmer, age 7; Ceclia, 5; Jim, 4; Maud, 2; & Edward, 9 months. Louella's daughter by her first marriage, Mary F., 16, lived with them.
Solomon Quapaw died on Sept. 17, 1924, at the age of 56, from kidney trouble. He was full blood Quapaw.
Census Roll: 246
Deaths occurring 1 To 30 Jul to Jun 1924 To 1925 of Indians enrolled at Jurisdiction
Agency: Miami, OK
"Mrs. Anna McKibben recalls that her father, Solomon Quapaw lived about where the seat for the new pow-wow grounds are built on the hillside. At that time she was a little girl going to school at St. Mary's school, just over the hill from Beaver Springs. Walking home after school, she would stop for a drink at the springs. Then there was a crystal-pure stream of water gushing from the rocks at the foot of a steep hill. It rushed down a little ravine and flowed into Rock creek."
Miami Daily News Record
Sunday, May 24, 1959
Researched & compiled by Virginia Brown
Minnie Captain Quapaw*
Louella Isadora Crawfish Quapaw (1881 - 1970)*
Bertha Quapaw McKibben (1890 - 1928)*
Anna Quapaw McKibben (1893 - 1967)*
Katie Quapaw Beets (1895 - 1943)*
Jesse Quapaw (1897 - 1949)*
Elmer Thomas Quapaw (1910 - 1967)*
James Henry Quapaw (1915 - 1980)*
Note: W/O Dick
Saint Marys Quapaw Cemetery
Maintained by: Virginia Brown
Originally Created by: Kim Slayton
Record added: Dec 26, 2005
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