My post today will cover Gertrude Fowler, who cared for Lee-o-netto in the last few years of her life. She received Lee-o-netto’s property in Allegany for $1 just weeks before Lee-o-netto’s death.
This suggests a number of possibilities such as
- Lee-o-netto was extremely fond of Gertrude Fowler
- Lee-o-netto owed Gertrude a great debt of some kind
- Gertrude took advantage of the elderly Lee-o-netto
- Gertrude was related
Categories: Analysis, Family-Kanistanaux
Tags: allegany, blacksmith, brothertown, buffalo, census, edward fowler, john edward, kindness, lee-o-netto, relatives
K’chi Wliwni Nidoba – Great Thanks My Friend
A descendant of Carrie’s, Randy Blood, has recently gotten involved in this research project. He has been searching through old newspapers and found some really great treasures he is sharing with me.
The first one I will share with my readers is the death notice for Laton Kanistanaux published in a local New York newspaper.
Categories: Analysis, Documentation, Entertainments, Family-Kanistanaux
Tags: brothertown, carrie, death notice, descendant, fredonia, indian doctor, lake winnebago, new york state, old newspapers