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the Omaha Reservation about six years ago.

In September [[?1st]], 1864, William Barnaby was enrolled a private with Company D.  Capt. [[?Kinsgell]] Ogden 45" Regiment of Infantry Mo. [[?]] to [[?]] one year or during the war.  When William Barnaby joined the army his wife returned to her father's [[?farm]] in Nemaha where in a few months her child was born, Josephine Barnaby.

According to the discharge papers of William Barnaby, he was formally discharged from the service of the U.S. on the 30" day of June 1865 at [[?Boston]] Barracks.  Mr. William Barnaby died in less than a year from consumption
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