Indian Wills, 1911-1921: Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Գիրք 4
Genealogical Publishing Com, 2005 - 192 էջ
Mr. Bowen, who has been transcribing the aforesaid wills for publication, has now added two additional volumes, bringing the total volumes transcribed in this series of Native American source records to four. The author, who was responsible for having the National Archives microfilm the collection, has transcribed nearly 200 additional wills for Book Three and this volume. As a rule, the documents identify the names of the testator, residence, heirs, a description of any real estate transferred in the will, names of executors and witnesses, and other particulars commonly found in probate records.
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36 Stats acres Act of February Act of June Allottee number amended by Act approved in accordance Assistant Commissioner Department attesting witnesses bequeath unto Bo Sweeney Assistant Bureau of Indian County daughter debts and funeral deceased described as follows devise and bequeath devise my allotment EB Meritt Assistant executor expenses be paid February 14 foregoing instrument funeral expenses give and bequeath give and devise hereby give hereby recommended hereby revoking hereunto set hereunto subscribed Indian Affairs Department Interior Office Iron Thunder June 25 Mary Meritt Assistant Commissioner names as attesting names hereto nature and wheresoever Office of Indian personal property Pine Ridge Agency Pine Ridge Reservation provisions publish and declare Quapaw recommended for approval request revoking all former set my hand Sioux allottee sound mind South Dakota subscribed our names SW/4 of Sec Sweeney Assistant Secretary testament testator thumb print Township undersigned Washington whatsoever nature witness whereof