Millie Durgan


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Millie Durgan, White Captive, Kiowa Name: Sain-to-hoodle. Captured at age eighteen months in the Elk Creek Raid. No. Texas, Fall, 1864. Adopted by the Kiowa tribe and married a Kiowa named Goombi. True identity not known until three years before her death in 1934. Buried in the Old Rainy Mt. Cemetery southwest of Mountain View, Oklahoma


Directions:

From the intersection of OK 115 and OK 9. Turn left onto OK 9 and go .02 mile, marker is on left side of road. 1 mile east of Mountain View, OK on OK 9.


35.09438, -98.72953
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Rainy Mt. Cemetery K~C~A Intertribal Burial Grounds

Kiowa - Comanche - Apache Intertribal Cemetery, Old Rainy Mountain Indian Mission Cemetery.
Located West of the Rainy Mountain Baptist Indian Mission Church, about 2 miles west, 2 1/2 miles south of Mountain View, on the left. There are a number of graves marked but with no names. This is the original Cemetery and has the graves of some of the well-known Indians of the area. Millie Durgan, AKA, Sain-to-hoodle was not listed. Her grave was not located, grave unmarked (no headstone).

Correction:
More research Millie Durgan grave was listed in this cemetery.

GOOMBI, Millie ( Millie Durgin) 1859- 1934

Links:

http://rebelcherokee.labdiva.com/oldrainymtncem.html
http://rebelcherokee.labdiva.com/Kctycemlist.html

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