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Spotted Wolf, Benjamin (1884-1967)

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''Mennonite Weekly Review'' obituary: 1967 Jan 26 p. 5
 
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• Last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. John P. Janzen of Elbing drove to Canton, Okla., accompanied by Rev. and Mrs. August Schmidt, to attend the funeral of Benjamin Spotted wolf, a chief of the Arapaho tribe. He was a longtime member of the Arapaho Mennonite Church, having been baptized by Rev. J. A. Funk in 1900. He and his wife Helen were married in the church and in 1965 celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary there. He died at the age of 82. "With the passing of these older faithful Christians also pass some of the old traditions and culture of the past that were good," comments Mrs. Janzen.
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''The Mennonite'' obituary: 1967 Feb 14 p. 106
 
''The Mennonite'' obituary: 1967 Feb 14 p. 106

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Mennonite Weekly Review obituary: 1967 Jan 26 p. 5

Birth date: 1884

text of obituary:

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• Last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. John P. Janzen of Elbing drove to Canton, Okla., accompanied by Rev. and Mrs. August Schmidt, to attend the funeral of Benjamin Spotted wolf, a chief of the Arapaho tribe. He was a longtime member of the Arapaho Mennonite Church, having been baptized by Rev. J. A. Funk in 1900. He and his wife Helen were married in the church and in 1965 celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary there. He died at the age of 82. "With the passing of these older faithful Christians also pass some of the old traditions and culture of the past that were good," comments Mrs. Janzen.


The Mennonite obituary: 1967 Feb 14 p. 106

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Benjamin Spotted Wolf, a chief in the Arapaho tribe was born at Medicine Lodge, Kan., in 1884 and died in a nursing home in Okeene, Okla., on Jan. 17 at the age of eighty-two. He was baptized in 1900 by J. A. Funk and was a faithful member of the Arapaho Mennonite Church all his life.

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