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[[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] 1 [[/preprinted]] Josephine Nash Josephine Nash married to Albert Nash merchant at Homer Neb. Albert Henry Born 1876. Agustine f. 1878. Voletta 1880 Joseph M. 1882 Palagie f. 1884 Lewis 1887. Mother of Mrs Nash. Wee unka. Eng. name Mary Wilson ^We hunkaw husband name as patient Jas. Jackson. 2 children. Mrs Nash. and Ellen Wilson Ahorlitchemmomevega. husband left her. 2 yrs ago. Husband Pawneekaw Father Pawnee Mother Winnebago. Pawneekawis husband is Man eater. Son of Pawneekaw Felix ^Connukaw about one 1/2 year. old. P. left wife before child was born. P. has drawn annuities. Mary Wilson. ^Neelah ^Mother ( [[strikethrough]] dad. [[/strikethrough]]^ [[??]] dead.) left Henry. French 8 yrs. f. Henry French [[strikethrough]] father [[/strikethrough]]^Jr. living Emma ^[[Wilson]] Johnson. ^mother(dau. dead.) left. Henry Ihuso 14 yrs f. John Johnson living. and Jos. Johnson. ^Sm John Johnson. married & ^(18 yrs) lives on res. married Jos. Amell's daughter Josephine. Nash. 31 yrs. (181) N. 1/2 N. E 1/4 & N. E. N. W. 1/4 Sec 35 & S. E. S. E 1/4 Sec. 26. T. 26. R. 6. 160 acres. Albert Henry 12 (181) S. E. S. W 1/4 Sec. 26. T. 26. R. 6. 40 acres. Agustine Maria. 10 (181) N. W. S. E. 1/4 Sec 26. T. 26. R. 6. 40 acres. Violetta 8 (181) S. W. S. E 1/4 Sec. 26. T. 26. R.6 40 acres. Joseph Morris 6 (181) N. E. S. W 1/4 Sec 26. T. 26 R. 6 40 acres Palagie [[in pencil]]f[[/in pencil]] 4 (181) S. E. N. W 1/4 Sec. 26. T. 26. R. 6 40 acres Lewis Anthony. 1 (181) S. W. N. E 1/4 Sec. 26. T. 26. R 6 40 acres
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