Chief James H Allen
”1922 - 2007”

    James Houston Allen

    "To Walk the Red Road is to know your Ancestors,
    to call to them for assistance
    It is to know that there is good medicine, and there is bad medicine…
    It is to know that Evil exists,
    but is cowardly as it is often in disguise.
    It is to know there are evil spirits
    who are in constant watch for a way to gain strength for themselves at the expense of you."

      James H Allen
      James H Allen
      Son of Ida Schrimpsher and Percy Allen Married to Virginia
      Chief of The Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Ok 1973 - 1991 18 years
      Birth: Oct. 26, 1922
      Death: May 17, 2007
      Seneca-Cayuga, Chief James Allen,
      was held by the Germans as a prisoner-of-war for 22 months after being captured during the Sililian campaign in the 1943.
      Burial: Glen Abbey Memorial Gardens
      Miami, Ottawa County Oklahoma, USA
      Resource:Find a grave website

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