- Nancy (Geer) Grewell's Profile
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Nancy and Annie were identical twins. According to a cousin, they had the telepathic relationship that you often hear about twins having. They would leave their homes at the same time and meet halfway between, talk and then return home. After Nancy married Clayton, her second husband, she remained in Toppenish after he moved to Prosser, Washington. She is buried in the Zillah City Cemetery in Zillah, Yakima County, Washington. 
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- 1880 US Federal Census, Oregon, Wasco, Prineville, 125, Image 9 of 33.
- Cited in Family Data Collection - Individual Records - see Frank Ward.
- 1900 US Federal Census, Oregon, Union, Elgin, District 0127, Image 34 of 44.
- 1910 US Federal Census, Washington, Yakima, Toppenish, 0295, Image 15 of 48.
- 1930 US Federal Census, Washington, Yakima, Toppenish, District 98, Image 6 of 12.
- Washington State Death Records, 1883-1960.
- Some information on this profile was provided by Annie's grandson, Paul Robertson.
- ↑ Entered by Dave Rutherford, Feb 6, 2013
Thanks to Dave Rutherford for starting this profile.
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