He was employed as a civilian packer by the 7th Cavalry
Quartermaster for service during the 1876 Sioux Campaign. He was
hired by Lt. Eugene Gibbs, 6th Infantry, in St. Paul. He was
transferred to Lt. Henry Nowlan at Fort Lincoln with pay of $50.00.
He was discharged at the end of the campaign and received payment of
$138.33 for the period of July 1 – September 23 and $100.00 for the
period May 1 – June 30, 1876. He is listed elsewhere as Moses Flink.
Died: November 23, 1902
Grave location: Spring
Valley Cemetery, Pollock, South Dakota
Grave GPS Coordinates: N 45
55.832 W100 17.786