1910 Peoria Census

Census of the Peoria Indians of Quapaw Agency, Okla.
on June 30, 1910, taken by Ira C. Deaver, Supt. & Spec. E Dist, Okla.

The Number is the Roll Number, and these may change from census year to census year. In this case, the first number represents the number you will find the individual on the 1909 census and the second number represents the current roll number for 1910.

1910 Peoria Census

Allotment #Present #Old #Indian NameEnglish NameRelationshipAgeSex
12011Joseph Abner41M
3123Charles BaptisteHusband44M
11534Jane Myers BaptisteWife48F
3042Louisa Baptiste Beaver65F
6055Frank Beaver53M
6266Esta Beaver31F
5677Lena Finley BarnardMother22F
88Leota BarnardDaughter6F
9Helen BarnardDaughter3F
6810149Louisa Sacto Bent25F
28119Ella Miller Blackfish48F
501210Alice Blackhoof Blaylock31F
521311Maggie Smith BoydMother27F
1412Samuel R. A. BoydSon7M
331513Maude Goodner BoylesMother37F
1614Clara GoodnerDaughter16F
1715Nita GoodnerDaughter14F
1501818Bessie M. Charley Bright21F
1471916Lizzie Charley50F
2019Fannie Charley18F
1062120Mary Delaware60F
1072221Emily EnsworthMother53F
1102324Roy EnsworthSon19M
2425Umilla EnsworthDaughter19F
2526William L. EnsworthSon12M

Numbers 172, 173, 174, and 175 are lined through on the images and annotated at the end that they were removed as they are enrolled on the 1910 Modocs Census. On the old numbers, Matilda Strand and Raymond Strand are both assigned 169. That is obviously incorrect, and likely, one of them should be #167.

Digital Census Images


The Indian Census Rolls, 1885-1940, Microfilm Publication M595, 692 rolls. Washington, D. C., : National Archives and Records Service, 1967.


Quapaw Agency,


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