Clem Hayden Spicer
”1889 - 1900”

    Chief Hayden Spice

    "light a candle, see itglow, watch it dance. I still burn bright, think not of sadness, that I'm not near, think of gladness, and joys of cheer."

      Clem Hayden Spicer
      was born on July 31, 1896, in Oklahoma,
      his father, Mitchell, was 28 and his mother, Mary, was 28.
      He married Eula Vea Brown on December 24, 1916.
      They had five children in 13 years.
      He served as Chief of the Seneca Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma in 1958 - 1963
      He died on June 6, 1968, in Grove, Oklahoma, at the age of 71.
      Resource:census,, The Iroquois Struggle for Survival: WWII to Red Power by Laurence M. Hauptman (pg 76)

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