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Indian Lives and Anecdotes ca. 1886 - 1941 part 5 (ms158_b3f003_005.12.pdf)

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Names of Indians mentioned in Grandfather Hardy's Account Books, with the year they first occur - & if in parentheses after [,] the last date noticed

[Most parenthetical word additions are in pencil]

1838. Francis Sobliel (Gabriel)

(Gov.) Tomer Soc Alexis, great hunter, brother to Sappiel

Peol Socalexis (perhaps = Sappiel) Mary Ann Saukies, father's nurse, married Teusta Ranco [two names struck through] Peol Teusta

Father visited her on Olamon Island when sick of consumption

Newell Porus (also Polis in al. loc.) (see "Pawns" for account of him. John Saules

1842 Sebattis Peolsock

Attean Lolar (1861) Soccabasin Swasin (d. 1885 in church [struck through] ) soon after Xmas

1843 Beloni Tividoe ( = Thibodeau!) one-eyed Beloni lived with Indians Joe Frenchman lived with them also.

" Mary Necola (also called Mary Melt) John Neptune Dea. Mitchell Socabasin (1862) Solomon Swason Capt. Peol Toma Saul Neptune Peol Necola (Dr. Lolar's son-in-law) m. Sarah [last two words struck through] Gov. John Aitteon Sappiel Soccalexis.

[At lower right of page:] Newell Peol Toma was Lewis Ketchum's maternal grandfather, he says. Related to the Necolas.

Description: Pages from Fannie Hardy Eckstorm's notebook 10 (X)

Link to document in Digital Maine

Language: English

Date: ca. 1886 - 1941

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