Rudolph A. “Asawaynah” Fisher

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Rudolph A. Fisher

Also Known As: "Asawaynah Fisher"
Birthplace: Gillespie County, Texas, USA
Death: April 13, 1941 (91)
Apache, Caddo County, Oklahoma, USA
Place of Burial: Fairview Cemetery, Apache, Caddo County, Oklahoma, USA
Immediate Family:

Biological son of Gottlieb Theophil Fischer and Sophie Fischer
Adopted son of Black Crow
Husband of Annie “Kah-Cha-Cha” Fisher and Tissy “Tisseychauer Tasatsana” Fisher (Chauer)
Father of Sophia Fuller; Mamie Tonips; Helen Marie Parker; Bertie Asewaynah Parker; Margaret Molina and 5 others
Brother of Bertha Reindl; Rosa K. Rabke and Arthur Fischer

Managed by: William Owen "Bill" Irwin
Last Updated:

About Rudolph A. “Asawaynah” Fisher

Rudolph Fischer was a "White Indian", captured 29 Jul 1865, near Morris Ranch, Texas, and recovered Sep 1877, at Ft. Sill, Indian Territory.

Rudolph Fisher (left) and his adoptive father, Black Crow, in 1878 shortly after Fisher ran away from his Texas family and returned to Indian Territory to live the rest of his life with the Comanches.

Photo courtesy of Hugh Corwin Collection, Museum of the Great Plains, Lawton, Oklahoma 72-P14:18
  • The Museum of the Great Plains - 601 NW Ferris Ave, Lawton, Comanche County, Oklahoma
  • The Comanche Nation -
  • Residence: 1860 - Precinct 3, Gillespie, Texas, United States
  • Residence: 1900 - Apache, Kiowa & Comanche Reservation, Comanche, Oklahoma Territory, United States
  • Residence: 1920 - Chandler, Comanche, Oklahoma, United States
  • Residence: 1935 - Same House
  • Residence: 1940 - Chandler Township, Comanche, Oklahoma, United States
  • Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy: Mar 24 2021, 1:52:06 UTC
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Rudolph A. “Asawaynah” Fisher's Timeline

January 24, 1850
Gillespie County, Texas, USA
Oklahoma, USA
July 2, 1892
Oklahoma, USA
March 12, 1895
Oklahoma, USA
November 15, 1896
Texas, USA
November 17, 1896
June 14, 1897
Apache, Caddo County, Oklahoma, USA
September 10, 1901
Oklahoma, USA
November 6, 1905
Oklahoma, USA