1099 misc for unclaimed property for dead aunt, it was divided 6 ways, but 1099 came to one SS#, how do I show this on my return

Aunt died in 2000, State unclaimed property listed money due.  We received cash and distrubuted it as per the will.  State sent 1099-MISC to us with our SS#.  How do we show this on our tax return
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    You can nominee the income to the other persons.  What you would do is claim a misc. expense (well, 5 of them) and list each as Joe Smith (use their real name  :)  ) and SSN - and their portion of the amount.  It will look something like this......

    Nominee for Joe Smith - xxx-xx-xxxx  $zzzz.zz (the z being their portion)
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