I saw a reference somewhere to Romero's mother in law, a formidable woman who was one of the Washita captives and helped another woman give birth during Sand Creek. Of course I can't find it again. Any of you have any idea where it might be? My sense is that it is in one of the 19th century accounts but I don't think it is in Bent, Custer or de Keim.
Quite some time after the Washita attack, Romero married Loving, the daughter of Mahwissa. At the Washita, he abused his position to take advantage of a young woman called Standing In Sand Hills/Comes In Sight. He seems to have had some sense of shame, as he later married her. Loving was a much younger later wife. Brill confirmed that Mahwissa (also known as Red Dress) helped another woman give birth at Sand Creek. Hope this helps. Gary