Children Women's Dress b. 1835 Oliver Lone Bear-Mato Isnala b. 1849
Oliver Lone Bear 1st Spouse Lizzie Walk in Night Children Daughter: Alice Lone Bear Son: Samuel Lone Bear Son: Dell Lone Bear
2nd Spouse: Alice Plenty Brothers b. 1849 Children Daughter: Susan Lone bear Son: Benjamin Lone Bear Daughter: Najinyapi-twin Son: Najin Heyapi-twin Daughter: Juilia Lone Bear Daughter: Susie Lone Bear Son: Abraham Lone Bear Son: Depend on Son: Henry Lone Bear Son: Big Hair
Alice Lone Bear b. 1868 1st Spouse: Holy Eagle Children Daughter: Katie Holy Eagle Son: Jesse Holy Eagle Son: James Holy Eagle 2nd spouse Nicholas Garcia
The problem is that Oliver Lone Bear died in 1918 while another Lone Bear, husband of Lizzie and father of Sallie, Samuel and Alice, died in 1914. Sallie accepted the headstone from the US Army for her father in 1933. Sallie later married Thomas Stabber and in 1940 Samuel Lone (or One) Bear was lodging with them. Samuel the son of Oliver Lone Bear died in 1937. There were two Lone Bear family, though one sometimes went under the name of One Bear. I have found the will of Lone Bear (no mention of the name Oliver) and it records three children and a widow - Fannie. Seemingly Lizzie Walks At Night died before 1910 and Lone Bear (or One Bear) remarried to a Fannie. The children were Sallie Stabber, Samuel Lone Bear/One Bear and Alice Beard, she was the wife of the famous Dewey Beard.
There is definite some confusion going on here. Also several books have claimed that Samuel, brother of Sallie and Alice, was a criminal. This is not so since when the criminal Samuel Lone Bear was serving time at McNeil Island, Samuel the showman was in Europe and can be tracked. The criminal Sam was released for good behaviour in 26 May 1935, meanwhile Sam the showman had signed up a circus in Europe on 16 April 1935 and was on board ship sailing out on 8 May 1935.