Interesting as the land grant was given to Joanna Murray under her maiden name. The grant was under the auspices of the Act of Congress of the 24th of April 1820. Location is the Fourth West quarter of section 32 in Township one hundred and sixty one North of Range 77 west of the 5th Principal meridian in North Dakota containing 160 acres. The document was submitted for recording on May 2, 1902. However, this has the defecto signature by President William McKinley who was assassinated in September 1901.
Note that Joanna's name does not appear. She sold her parcel to her younger brother John Scott Murray. You can see that in the bottom left corner. The McArthur parcel is near the far upper right corner.
Ann's car is in the background with its rumble seat. She is standing here with her mother Joan or Joannah Murray McArthur and her son Joseph Vernon Grant. Vernon looks to be around 6 years old, so photo might have been taken in 1933. Ann would have been about 27 and her mother would have been aged 65 or 66.
Have yet to find a date when this photo was taken. Assume it was about the time that Ann might have been finishing high school. Ann was born in 1906 and Marion in 1908, so assume this might have been taken some time around 1923.
Neil McArthur and Johanna Murrary were the parents to my Grandmother Ann Elizabeth McArthur. Ann did not spend as much time on the genealogy for the McArthur's as she did for her husband's Grant family heritage. The Grants were trying to get reparation and "Le Pay" from the Bureau of Indian Affairs via tribal treaties.
I think it will be harder to find genealogy information on this portion of the family.