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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Eiara Faylyn Eagle Horse May 25 2005 May 25 2005 Catholic Cemetery (Thunder Butte) (South Dakota, United States of America)
Asa Eagle Horse 0 November 10 1925 Saint Stephen Cemetery (South Dakota, United States of America)
Bert Guy Eagle Horse February 14 1918 October 4 1966 Black Hills National Cemetery (South Dakota, United States of America)
Marlene Nina DeSersa September 18 1937 May 3 1999 Rosebud Cemetery (South Dakota, United States of America)
Faron D Eagle Horse June 7 1964 June 10 1994 United Church of Christ Cemetery (South Dakota, United States of America)
Sam Eagle Horse 0 1936 Christ Episcopal Cemetery (Fort Thompson) (South Dakota, United States of America)
Ferlin Eagle Horse 1963 March 30 2011 United Church of Christ Cemetery (South Dakota, United States of America)
McKinley Horse Chief Eagle September 21 1903 January 17 1974 Grave Ponca Tribal Cemetery (Oklahoma, United States of America)
Christine Rosemary Haymond October 30 1922 February 13 1997 Grave Ponca Tribal Cemetery (Oklahoma, United States of America)
David Horse Chief Eagle July 2 1899 July 1965 Grave Ponca Tribal Cemetery (Oklahoma, United States of America)
Mamie Horse Chief Eagle 1866 1944 Grave Ponca Tribal Cemetery (Oklahoma, United States of America)
Adrianna Horse Chief Eagle July 29 1903 June 7 1973 Grave Ponca Tribal Cemetery (Oklahoma, United States of America)
Simon Horse Chief Eagle May 16 1901 May 1987 Grave Ponca Tribal Cemetery (Oklahoma, United States of America)
Baby Circle Eagle Different Horse April 2012 April 2012 Saint Pauls Episcopal Cemetery (La Plant) (South Dakota, United States of America)
Winnie Horse Looking May 14 1879 December 8 1932 Grave Saint Charles Catholic Cemetery (Saint Francis) (South Dakota, United States of America)
Florine Red Ear Horse April 25 1925 December 27 2012 Person Makasan Presbyterian Cemetery (South Dakota, United States of America)

 

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