He entered the US Army on 11 Aug 1953, and during his career reached the rank of Sp. 3. He was stationed in Korea. (Gravesite Locator)
He was a machine operator with Wilson and Co. in Cedar Rapids in 1959. (Cedar Rapids Directory)
In 1954, while serving in the United States Army, he lived with his wife at 713 B Ave. NE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, USA. (Cedar Rapids Dir., 66)
In 1959, he was living at 525 7th Ave. SE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. (Cedar Rapids Dir., 51)
In 1968, Moses received a share of an allotment of land in Dixon County, Nebraska, formerly belonging to Green Cloud. The land was 72 acres and was granted in various parcels to Samuel Thunderchief, jr., Agnes Payer, Minnie Payer, Joseph Payer, Moses Payer,, Harry Mason Blackhawk, Susie Smith, Stacy Payer, Wilbert Backdeer, Benjamin Walker, Vincent Walker, LeRoy Walker and Elizabeth Jean Walker. Its location was in the SW ¼ of the NE ¼ of Section 32, Lot 5, in Township 27 N, Range 6 E (42.273222 -96.753448).
He died 7 March 1974 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Death Index), and is buried at Section 45 Row 2 Site 16, Wood National Cemetery, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, USA. (Find a Grave, Death Index, Gravesite Locator)
Find A Grave, database and images (accessed 07 February 2020), memorial page for Harry Blackhawk (4 May 1931–7 Mar 1974), Find A Grave Memorial no. 372196, citing Wood National Cemetery, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, USA ; Maintained by US Veterans Affairs Office (contributor 5) .
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