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Re: Saulteaux Indians Posted on: 07 Nov 2004, by  sinchele

Localities > North America > Canada > Ontario > Essex

I have Salteaux blood but I think she was from the Red River area. I am not sure whether she was a full blood or not.

Re: Saulteaux Indians Posted on: 16 Aug 2004, by Diane Normandin

Localities > North America > Canada > Ontario > Essex

I have since gotten more information about Antoine-Louis Descomps dit Labadie and his second wife Marie, who was a Sauteuse Indian. But I would be interested to hear about what you know of the Saulteu...

Saulteaux Indians Posted on: 16 Aug 2004, by Ken

Localities > North America > Canada > Ontario > Essex

I believe the Indian name you are searching for is Saulteaux which is what the French called the Ojibways in the Sault Ste. Marie area in Ontario. The Ojibways out west in Manitoba and Saskatchewan call themse...

Desmarais in Trois Riveres Posted on: 19 Apr 2001, by  nstream

Localities > North America > Canada > Québec > Montérégie > General

I have some of the TR Desmarais in my tree : Jacques + Marie Marthe Laporte Paul + Marie Therese Tetreau Michel + Marie Anne Francoise Benoit Louis Michel + Marie Elizabeth Bousquet Michel + Marie ...

Collets, Saulteaux (Sauteuse), Titameg Posted on: 19 Apr 2001, by Karen Majka

Topics > Ethnic / Race > Native American > Nations > Metis > Metis

the following names are french words for full blooded indians; Corbeau= ( Crow) Metisse, Saulteaux,( sauteuse) Collets,Montagnaise, Sarcie, Assiniboine, Souriquois= (Micmac) Kwedecks= ( Iriquois). You,ll find ...

Does anyone have the following couples ? Posted on: 19 Apr 2001, by bernie

Topics > Ethnic / Race > Native American > Nations > Metis > Metis

...Villebrun Decoteau: Joseph Ducharme dit Decoteau and Louise Dechamps Desmarais: Francois and Marie Saulteaux Favell: John Favell and Titameg Gonneville: Alexis Gonneville and Josephte Trottier Gonneville A...

Re: Marie Josephte Manitoukoue Posted on: 26 Jul 2004, by Michelle Archer

Localities > North America > Canada > Québec > Montérégie > General

I found records as follows: 20 November 1780, baptism of Marie Joseph Manitoukou, Saulteaux, aged about 23 years. 20 November 1780, baptism of Charles Cloutier, aged 3-1/2 yrs; son of Zacharie Cloutier and M...

where to find Turtle Mountain rolls Posted on: 05 Aug 2001, by  TiaNighteagle

Topics > Ethnic / Race > Native American > Nations > Metis > Metis

WHERE WOULD I FIND TURTLE MOUNTATIN ROLLS LISTED PLEASE. I HAVE 3 OF THE SURNAMES LISTED, CHIPPEWA, SAULTEAUX, MONTAGNAISE IN MY CHART ALSO VANDAL, VERMETTE, CADOTTE, VILLEBRUN, FROBISHER, LALIBERTE

any Fafard-Laframboise connections ? Posted on: 14 Sep 2001, by  denniskaren01

Topics > Ethnic / Race > Native American > Nations > Metis > Metis

RE: Saulteaux surname, any LAFRAMBOISE (FAFARD) lineage connections???

Do you have ALLARY, AMYOTTE......... Posted on: 01 Aug 2001, by MICHAEL K. THUNDERHAWK

Topics > Ethnic / Race > Native American > Nations > Metis > Metis

I HAVE MICHEL ALLARY (ca.1785) AND MARIE MARGUERITE SAULTEAUX, SOME RECORDS HAVE HER FROM THE "NATION OF SERPENTS". FRANCOIS AMYOTTE AND MARIE CREE AND FRANCOIS AMYOTTE (ca.1824) AND LOUISE HAMELIN ...

Re: Trottier chart Posted on: 14 Sep 2003, by  metisruss1

Topics > Ethnic / Race > Native American > Nations > Metis > Metis

...Ursule had 11 kids then there is Andre Trottier born bet.1784-1791 son of Andre Trottier and Louise A Saulteaux Indian women hope this helps Russ

Re: LOOKING FOR NATURAL PARENTS BORN MAY 24,1971 Posted on: 15 Sep 2001, by  mlerat

Localities > North America > Canada > Saskatchewan > General

Badgers are from the Cote First Nation in Saskatchewan Canada, but are generally of Saulteaux heritage rather than Cree. I will try to find a contact for you.

Re: KANISTANAUX Posted on: 11 Aug 2002, by  leahgarven

Localities > North America > Canada > Saskatchewan > Saskatoon

...(Indian Reserve) called Kinistin First Nation, near Melfort, Sask. Aprox. 2 hours NE of Saskatoon, Sask. Saulteaux Nation (Ojibway/Anisinabee)Check out the Web Site -Confirming the town of Kinistino with The J...

Any Information - Martel or Martell Posted on: 28 Mar 2005, by Martel Family

Localities > North America > Canada > Saskatchewan > Battleford

...children including a daughter names Melvina, and a son named Francis. Melvina and her parents lived at Saulteaux First Nation-Jackfish. Where she married into the Night Family. The Martell name recorded in ...

Re: Rossignol/Blue Posted on: 20 Mar 2002, by  woundedwing

Localities > North America > Canada > Manitoba > General

I am trying to find out the same. I think Marguerite was Saulteaux and may have had "2" Cavalier childen. As for the Cree...I'm not ruling that one out. Larry L. on the list told me a while back that...

Re: Native and/or Metis bloodlines in the Chartrand Family Posted on: 01 Sep 2005, by  wal5548lav

Surnames > Chartrand

...brother paul pierre chartrand b.1812 married josephye cadotte:had a son antoine who married francoise saulteaux:they had a daughter marie louise chartrand who married my ggrandfather jacques jacob ducharme it...

Re: Native and/or Metis bloodlines in the Chartrand Family Posted on: 22 Mar 2002, by Veronica Davidson

Surnames > Chartrand

...direct relative. It explains that her dad was Paul Chartrand born ? & died 1839 and married to Louise Saulteaux. Thanks Veronica

Re: Native and/or Metis bloodlines in the Chartrand Family Posted on: 03 Mar 2002, by Veronica Davidson

Surnames > Chartrand

...Gail Morin called Metis Families A Genealogical Compendium. Here Paul Chartrand is married to Louise Saulteaux. Other relatives found her name to be Mazinak Kamikak.Does this help? Veronica

Re: Native and/or Metis bloodlines in the Chartrand Family Posted on: 02 Mar 2002, by Veronica Davidson

Surnames > Chartrand

...sister to the brothers. I have her dad Paul (Joseph)Chartrand born 1800 married to Louis Mazinak Kamikak/Saulteaux born 1803. Does anyone know the correct name spelling? Does this mean Paul's wife is treaty? ...

Re: Sauve Addition Posted on: 20 Aug 2002, by Wilma Klyne

Surnames > Sauve

...were James Sinclair and Margaret Sauve (b1831) daughter of JB Sauve (b1769) and Marguerite Maskegone or Saulteaux. I believe Margaret and your Norbert were siblings. Three of my gr-aunts (Klyne's) also married...

Re: Vandal family in Minnesota Posted on: 17 Nov 2003, by Tam

Surnames > Vandal

...Mandeville were my 5xgrandparents... Looking for info for Antione Vandal b;18/4/1795 married Angelique Saulteaux ?? any info that u have would be greatly appericiated.. Thanks in advance Tam

Re: Murdoch and Marita (Campeau) McDonald Posted on: 01 Jun 2003, by Judy

Surnames > McDonald

...info I have so far is that Murdoch came from Ireland because he still spoke galiac and Marita was a saulteaux indian. They lived in either or both Manitoba and Saskatchewan and Murdoch apparently worked for th...

Saulteaux Posted on: 06 Sep 1998, by April G. Durett

Topics > Ethnic / Race > Native American > Intertribal > Michigan

Seeking information on paternal lineage to Ojibway (Saulteaux). Frances Itagisse-Chretienne (Saulteaux) b abt 1730 Mackinac Island or Sault Ste-Marie, m 06-Jul-1752 Mackinac Island to Jean-Baptist Brillant (dit-Beaulie...

Re: Quintin Publications Posted on: 22 Oct 2001, by Jan

Surnames > Savoie

...Metis Families is Alexander CAMPBELL married Louise RICHARD, daughter of Francois RICHARD and Marguerite SAULTEAUX circa 1830 (NWHBSI Index 1885 Script Applications, NW Half Breeds residing outside Manitoba on...

Re: Charles Pelletier s/o Nicolas, Metis? Posted on: 23 Apr 2003, by  jazure_1

Surnames > Pelletier

...Pelletier (b. July 27 1759 Red River Colony, Manitoba) married an Ojibwa woman named Marguerite Sautuese (Saulteaux). She is buried in the Metis graveyard at Pembina, North Dakota. They lived on the Little She...

Bercier Posted on: 14 Feb 2001, by  norm94

Surnames > Bercier

...and I've run into your tree. This is what I have Alexis Bercier born P.Q. Canada 1771 married Josephte Saulteaux (Indian) born 1783 died 1853. I have her as his first wife that may be wrong. All I have for the...

Saulteaux Posted on: 06 Jun 2000, by  ginny1of9

Surnames > Saulteaux

I am wondering if Marguerite and John Black, originated in Tn? Did they have other children? Could they be the parents of Minatery Washington (or William) Black? His name is spelled many different way...

Re: Euphrosine Gariepy m. Abraham Martin Sr. Posted on: 21 Jul 2004, by Alain Gariépy

Surnames > Gariepy

...now in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. She was the daughter of Louis Gariépy and Josephte Saulteaux. She married Abraham Martin dit Barnabé. Don't have the date or place. I don't have their c...

George Drouillard -Shawnee, Shoshone or Flathead Posted on: 12 Aug 2000, by M Baillargeon

Surnames > Drouillard

...Campeau (married 1759); Charlotte Bosth whom he married in 1784, after Angelica died . Charlotte was Saulteaux (or Ojibwa); and Asoundeshris who was Flathead (the Flathead are Salish from the Idaho and Montan...

Re: Charles's grandmother's family-metis scrip Posted on: 03 Jul 2001, by  michaelkeplin

Surnames > Camsell

...JOHN JAMES KIPPLING/KIPLING AND NANCY WHO WAS A NATIVE WOMAN, PROBABLY FROM THE OJIBWE (AANISHINAANBEG/SAULTEAUX) OR CREE (NEHIYAWAK)NATION. I SEE A MARGARET KIPPLING WIFE OF JOHN LYONS IN THE SCRIP INFORMATIO...

SAMUEL COOK m. Susannah Short (1815) Posted on: 24 Jun 2001, by  dawn_diwell

Surnames > Cook

...born about 1815, Canada and married a Samuel Cook. Susannah's parents were James Short and Elizabeth Saulteaux.

Re: SAMUEL COOK m. Susannah Short (1815) Posted on: 08 Jul 2001, by  georgebruce18

Surnames > Cook

james short born 10july1767,ophir,orkney elizabeth saulteaux born 1783 beaver creek,baptized 29jan1821 st johns,died 2 apr 1863 james short's father thomas shoart,mother jean gunn

Re: Riel/Reil /Ryell,/Eryell/ Aeriel/Tremblay Mooers, NY Clinton Co. Posted on: 11 Aug 2007, by  aksanter

Surnames > Riel

...NW Minnesota. The Metis nation consists of descendants of marriages of the Woodland Cree, Ojibway, Saulteaux and Minominee aboriginals to French Canadians. Their history dates to mid 17th century. Their lan...

Mosionier / Mozini family Posted on: 25 Jul 2007, by  rarihokwats

Topics > Ethnic / Race > Native American > Nations > Metis > Metis

...borne Jean Baptiste Mozinee (b. 5 Apr 1838). Francois had a third union with Marie Wekimawikolan, a Saulteaux woman. They had at least four children: Marie Mousoni (b. abt Mar 1844, bap. St. Francois Xavier ...

Re: Pierre Dumas the Voyageur Posted on: 13 Feb 2008, by  Sandra Dumais

Surnames > Dumas

...Dumas from the First Franklin Expedition the same Pierre Dumas (later/also Dumais) that married Josephte Saulteaux? We are descended from Pierre and Josephte. I have found out lots about both Pierres but I...

Re: Indian heritage in the Loggan/Logan family Posted on: 31 Aug 2008, by  prcarstens

Surnames > Logan

I am not familiar with any Logan/Jay families. We only have Logan (that I know of) in our tree. Maybe if you can list a few more surnames and someone might find a match. If you haven't yet searched, t...

Objet : Re: Gardipee Posted on: 14 Sep 2008, by  gillgarie

Surnames > Gardipee

...and Marie Reine Lalonde (Gail Morin, Métis Families: A Genealogical Compendium). Wives: Josephte Saulteaux; Josephte Ducharme, m. 15 August 1825 (...

Finding relations Posted on: 16 Dec 2008, by  cromthunder

Surnames > Saulteaux

Looking for saulteaux's with the last name of Lennie. Trying to find what band or reservation I belong to.

Re: Vandal family in Minnesota Posted on: 29 Jun 2009, by  jfvandale

Surnames > Vandal

I have the information you are looking for regarding Antoine Vandal born 1765 married Angelique Saulteaux living in the prairies. I can be reached at redrancher@hotmail.com

Re: Svinth Family Posted on: 07 Sep 2009, by  lostcrane

Surnames > Svinth

...& was married to Isabella Mainville/Melville a/k/a Merilla/Merila, who was 1/2 French & 1/2 Saulteaux Cree or Objibway.

Re: Francoise Chauveau Toureau Posted on: 29 Dec 2009, by  andrearch

Surnames > Archambault

The Métis peoples of Canada are descended of marriages of Cree, Ojibway, Algonquin, Saulteaux, Menominee, Mi'kmaq, Maliseet, and other First Nations[3] to Europeans,[4] mainly French.[5] Along with the Fi...

Re: SOTO / SALTEAUX, Fort Simpson Posted on: 02 Sep 2009, by  paulinedeneyo...

Localities > North America > Canada > Northwest Territories > General

The Saulteaux family reside in Fort Simpson, NT. There is Rosanna, Edward and Alfred Saulteaux left from the original family.

Re: Svinth Family Posted on: 07 Sep 2009, by  lostcrane

Surnames > Svinth

...Native American descent, but came from a mixed racial heritage of Scottish, Nisqually, French & Saulteaux (Crree/Objibway) origins. Being her cousin, I come from essentially the same background. . .

Re; Josephte Assiniboine(Adhemar) Posted on: 22 Aug 2009, by  cpiper55

Surnames > Assiniboine

...Fafard dit Laframboise (my 3xgreat grandparents), son of Alexis Fafard dit Laframboise and Marguerite (Saulteaux). Joseph and Josephte had two daughters (Marguerite Laframboise m.Jean Baptiste Dumont and Louis...

Re: Collets, Saulteaux (Sauteuse), Titameg Posted on: 14 Mar 2010, by  conniedelisle...

Topics > Ethnic / Race > Native American > Nations > Metis > Metis

Hi I was interested in your comment about french words for full blooded indians. Do you mean that Sarcie = Sourquois? I have been looking for evidence of Marguerite Sarcie (Sarcy) my anscestor's he...

Re: Willingdon/Shandro/Desjarlais photos Posted on: 12 Jul 2010, by  KDesjarlais60

Localities > North America > Canada > Alberta > Smoky Lake

..."Nechicappo" Desjarlais. please note the spelling of "Neeshicappo" varies as this is an ojibeway or saulteaux nick name. I was told of this name by my grandfather. We have yet to see any ...

Re: Genevieve Chevalier Posted on: 12 Dec 2011, by  Hummingbird12...

Surnames > Chevalier

...of them. Is that your line? The Métis are descendants of marriages of Woodland Cree, Ojibway, Saulteaux, and Menominee aboriginals to French Canadians, Scots and English, and are one of three recognized ...

Re: Genevieve Chevalier Posted on: 12 Dec 2011, by  Hummingbird12...

Surnames > Chevalier

...of them. Is that your line? The Métis are descendants of marriages of Woodland Cree, Ojibway, Saulteaux, and Menominee aboriginals to French Canadians, Scots and English, and are one of three recognized ...

Re: Fournier, families Posted on: 26 Aug 2011, by  eydistrict

Surnames > Fournier

...probably still is. Her name was Marie Josephte Rosette Cloutier and her mother was MANITOUKOUI born in the Saulteaux Nation in Quebec. She married Jacques Laramee in 1810 (a country marriage)in Mackinaw when i...

Re: researching Corrigal of Orkney Posted on: 22 Jun 2011, by  tmarineo

Surnames > Corrigal

...either be Christy or Margaret Indian. I have James Anderson b 1775 Orkney Islands and Mary deMoran, Saulteaux Indian as Hannah's parents. I am most interested in one of James and Hannah's children Catherine ...

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