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My great-grandmother Lucinda (Pricer) Smith's obituary states "There remains to mourn her...two sisters, Mrs. John Jack, of Colorado (also spelled Colo later in the obituary), Ia., and Mrs. Nancy Cebern, of Cawn City, Nebraska." Since Lucinda's oldest sisters (Sarah and Martha) had passed away by her death in 1917 and records show these two married an Isaac Tudor and James Abbott respectively, the Mrs. John Jack seems to be her sister, Mary Caroline Pricer while Mrs. Nancy Cebern is likely her sister, Nancy Maria Pricer. Further evidence comes from a biography of her brother William H. Pricer which states "Mary C. is the wife of a Nebraska farmer named Jack, and Nancy M. is married and living in the same state." Also see http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=media4&id=I38 which lists Mary Caroline Pricer as married to John Jack in 1879. Regards, Dave Smith