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Margaret L. Manaige (1870 - 1871)

Margaret L. Manaige
Born in Saint Clair, Blue Earth, Minnesota, United Statesmap
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Died in Saint Clair, Blue Earth, Minnesota, United Statesmap
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Margaret Manaige was a Native American and member of the Ho-Chunk tribe.

Biography

Margaret was born on 26 Jul 1870 in Saint Clair, Blue Earth, Minnesota. She was the daughter of Charles Manaige and Mary Benjamin. She died in infancy at age 5 months on 5 Jan 1871.

Sources

  • Find A Grave, database and images (accessed 17 December 2019), memorial page for Margaret L Manaige (26 Jul 1870–5 Jan 1871), Find A Grave Memorial no. 151234174, citing Immaculate Conception Catholic Cemetery, Saint Clair, Blue Earth County, Minnesota, USA ; Maintained by DE Sundeen (contributor 48210342).


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