Staring with Fred Dupris and Good Elk Woman and their children Marcella, Vetal, Josephine, Cunkagipa, and Alma. The remaining children are shown on Part 2.
DUPREE FAMILY TREE Part 2
|Starting with Fred Dupris and Good Elk Woman and their remaining children, David Xavier (the Great Great Grandfather of LBW), Edward, Estella, Maggie/Mary, and Peter/Skaska.|
DUPREE FAMILY TREE Part 3
|This shows the Dupris/Dupree family names corresponding with Wilbur A. Riegert’s book (Quest for the pipe of the Sioux: As Viewed from Wounded Knee), as protectors of the Pipe. Starting with George Red Horse and Nellie Blue Haired Horse, showing the marriage of Frank Dupris( Grandson to Fred Dupris) to Sarah Red Horse and ending with Belva June Dupree’s (Suzanne Dupree, LBW) generation.|
This Dupuis-Dupris-Dupree family tree information originated from Wilbur Riegert, former curator for the Wounded Knee Museum 196os-1970s, and the allotment agent at the Cheyenne River Agency. Wilbur Riegert knew all the Lakota there, as he allotted the food to each Dupruis-Dupris-Dupree family member and personally knew every Lakota he gave allotments of food to.
Calvin Dupree worked with Wilbur Riegert to assemble the Dupuis-Dupris-Dupree family history and tree, this above is from their work together assembling the Dupruis-Dupris-Dupree family linage going back to Fredrick Dupuis and Minneconjou Lakota, Mary Good Elk Woman-Mary Ann Dupuis and the child Fredrick adopted of Mary Good Elk Woman, named Chief Henry Makes Room Junior.