In most census in which he is a child, he is referred to by his phonetically rendered Hocąk name, Wa-che-he-lo-kone-kaw. This is for Wacirukonąga, "Judge of the Contest," an attested personal name in the Bird Clan (Upper Moiety) — from wáci, "a contest, an attempt to get the better of a former conqueror"; rukoną, "to serve (in a ritual)"; and -ga, a definite article suffix used in personal names.
His second wife was Ida Baker, the daughter of Will Baker and Sallee English. They were married in Sioux City, Iowa, on 3 Aug 1919. (Iowa Marriages)
In 1968, Stacy 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 in San Jose, California on 2 Jan. 1969. (SS Death List, Find a Grave) He is buried at the Calvary Catholic Cemetery, San Jose, Santa Clara County, California, USA. (Find a Grave)
Find A Grave, database and images (accessed 06 February 2020), memorial page for Paul Stacy Payer (10 Aug 1895–2 Jan 1969), Find A Grave Memorial no. 173846179, citing Calvary Catholic Cemetery, San Jose, Santa Clara County, California, USA ; Maintained by John D Crow (contributor 48697803) .
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Stacy by comparing test results with other carriers of his ancestors' Y-chromosome or mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
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