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- Deﬁning Marriage and Legitimacy
- marriage is a source of concern for Collier (I988) in her discussion of the Comanche.
- COMANCHE NATION
- AKA: Social Security Number: Date of Birth: Present Marital Status: Married .
- Family Group Husband's Full Name Green Washington Gentry
- Marriage: 15 March 1866. Bastrop, TX b. 21 October 1841.
- Family Tree Maker
- Comanche Co., Texas. He married (1) CELIA JANE PETTY 3-22-1866 in Hunt Co .
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- Comanche - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Comanche are a Native American ethnic group whose historic range (the Comancheria) consisted of .. They were then considered ready to be married.
- Indian Marriage
- Indian Marriage. Comanche Indians Divorce is as informal as marriage; either party may leave the other on the slightest pretext, and may remarry.
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