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Hastiin Lapahie's Profile

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Willie Lapahie

Navajo Meaning : Hosteen (Mister, Sir, a very Respected Elderly Man)
Lapahie pronounced "Kleh Bajeh" (Gray, light complexion)
Old Mr. Gray Hair (in respect)
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Died : probably before 1923
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Children : Willie Lapahie
Hugh Lapahie Sr.
Edith (Lapahie)McKinley
Sarah (Lapahie) Bradley
? (Lapahie) Cambridge
Ruby Jones

Hosteen Kleh Bajeh's Children
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*Hugh Lapahie Sr.
**Edith (Lapahie)McKinley
***Sarah (Lapahie)Bradley
****? (Lapahie) Cambridge
Ruby Jones
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*Hugh Lapahie died at Shiprock Hospital approximately 1933 to 1939, more likely 1935. This happened during the time Harrison Lapahie was a little kid going to school in Shiprock.
**Edith McKinley and H.B. Lewis are the parents of Alex Lewis, Jeanette "Popjeck", and Virginia DeVore. Alex Lewis is the father of Kevin Lewis, and Danny Lewis. Danny Lewis was adopted. He is also a Navajo.
***Sarah Bradley is buried at Memory Gardens in Farmington , NM. she died instantly in a car accident in Kayenta, AZ. Services were held in a Catholic Church in Farmington, NM in 1973.
****? Cambridge is the grandmother of Charles Cambridge Jr.

Hosteen Lapahie was a Trader. He was killed while on route to Alburquerque, New Mexico, by wagon. His horse got spooked, and his wagon flipped over. He was injured or dead in the desert for several days before someone found him. The way it was discovered that he was missing was because the horse came back to the ranch. That's when the relatives realized something was wrong. They searched for him and found his body in the desert.. Hosteen Lapahie had a Navajo Indian burial. Harrison Lapahie, the grandson, had heard that Hosteen was part Pueblo Indian and might have died before 1923.

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Willie Lapahie

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