St. Peter’s Parish/ ‘the Indian Settlement’/ Peguis’ Settlement

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Residents of St. Peter’s Parish in 1870, who were represented

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The original wooden church building, depicted in G. J. Mountain, Journal of the Bishop of Montreal During a Visit to the Church Missionary Society’s North-West America Mission (1846).

 

Circa 1792, Chief Peguis (son of an unidentified Saulteux woman and an unidentified French Canadian fur trader), at about 18 years of age and heading a band of about 200 people, established the first settlement in the area that eventually became St. Peter’s parish. [Historically Peguis was also spelled: Be-gou-ais/ Be-gwa-is/ Pegeois/ Pegouisse/ Pegowis/ Pegqas/ Pigewis/ Pigwys/ Picöis; which translated into English as the ‘Destroyer of Beaver Lodges.’ Some sources translate the name as ‘Little Chip,’ and/or present Peguis as the same individual known as ‘the Cut-nose chief.’ As to the latter attribution, Henry Youle Hind, quoted in “The Red River Indians,” Sarnia Observer (22 April 1858), 1, avowed that at St. Peter’s mission he met “an old chief who had been a daring brave, able to bring into the field some 300 or 400 warriors, during the disputes between the North-West and Hudson’s Bay Companies. Happening to notice one day that this old chief had lost one side of his nose, our lecturer enquired the reason, when the chief laughed, and said it had been bitten off by one of his wives.”]

The initial settlement site was inland from the west bank of the Red River along the Nebowesebe/ Rivière aux Morts/ Dead River/ Netley Creek, where the families had gardens and grew corn and potatoes (another farming site, apparently also known as Netley Creek was located on marshy land in the middle channel of the Red River delta). In 1813 the Hudson’s Bay Company [HBC] opened a post nearby, just north of the junction of Netley Creek and the Red River. In 1817, Peguis was a signatory of the Selkirk Treaty, which allowed for non-Aboriginal settlement along the Red and Assiniboine rivers in what would eventually become the other parishes of the greater Red River Settlement.

By the early 1820s, the campsites, wooden houses, gardens, and plots for growing grain that belonged to Peguis’ band had spread south along the banks of the Red River. In 1820, Father Joseph Norbert Provencher had paid a visit to the community on behalf of the Catholic Church. In 1822, Peguis met with Rev. John West, a Church of England/ Anglican missionary, and discussed setting up a mission school among his people.

By 1830 a log school house was built at Sugar Point, where the river bends sharply to the east and back again (located south of the present city of Selkirk — and possibly the site of annual sugar production). The teacher was Joseph Cook (son of Kahnawpawamakan/ Mary and William Hemmings Cook, a former Chief Factor of the HBC), aided by his wife, Catherine Sinclair (daughter of Nahoway/ Margaret and William Sinclair, also a former HBC Chief Factor). There were problems with the site, however — perhaps it proved too remote — and the Cooks relocated “three or four miles down the river [north], to a situation where a creek joins it on the east side, which has long been known as Cook’s Creek.”

It was at the Cook’s Creek location that St. Peter’s Anglican mission was finally begun by Rev. William Cockran in 1833 — on land granted by Peguis to the Church Missionary Society [CMS] of London, England. The first Church was built in 1836. There Pequis was baptised in 1838 as William King, after which he bestowed the surname Prince on his descendants.

By 1850 there were about 500 residents with 230 acres under cultivation living near the mission on long, narrow river lot farms, as was typical throughout the greater Red River Settlement. The CMS had a new stone church built during 1852-1854.

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St. Peter’s stone church, built 1852-1854.

By the time of the Archibald Census of 1870, the majority of people counted as living within the boundary of the church’s parish — on river lots granted by Peguis (who died 1864), or granted by his heir, Chief Miskookenew/ ‘Red Eagle’/ Henry Prince — professed to be Protestant. There were a few Roman Catholic residents, however. According to the census, there were 796 Protestants and 19 Catholics. Catholic adults are designated ‘RC’ below. If there is no designation for a person listed in the census, it is relatively safe to assume the person to be Protestant, as the religion of only a few people was “not given.” It is also fairly safe to assume that people who were not listed in the census had not adopted a religion brought from Europe.

Although by 1870 members of ‘settled’ First Nations families at St. Peter’s Parish were considered ‘civilized’ many were not included in the Archibald Census. The census was designed:

“to enable the lieutenant-Governor [Adams George Archibald] to ascertain the number of persons who come within the designation of ‘Families of half-breeds,’ mentioned in the 31st clause of the Manitoba Act, with a view to the division among those who come under that designation, of certain un-granted lands of the Province.”

At the time, Archibald considered First Nations to be sovereign. Until they agreed to enter a treaty with Canada, their lands could not be counted as co-extensive with the Red River Settlement or as available for settlement by outsiders (though newcomer Canadians had staked claims on unceded lands as early as 1868). The Peguis First Nation was composed of reserved lands of vast dimensions, and a church parish within them that extended into St. Clement’s Parish. As well, there were individually held properties, some owned by Band members who had settled in distant parishes — such as St. Andrew’s, Kildonan, St. John’s, and St. Mary’s Laprairie.

In 1871, Treaty 1 was supposed to respect the original Peguis settlement and its settlers by acknowledging the land base reserved for the First Nation and by respecting the status of members of the Band. When the treaty was presented to the people of St. Peter’s an arbitrary classification system was presented as well. All Aboriginal residents were told they were eligible to take treaty if they chose to be classified as ‘Indian’ — though they could choose to be classified as ‘Halfbreed’/ Métis instead [See Treaty Process, this site]. The classification system was not based on ‘race,’ or even on ‘cultural division,’  as people of the area shared traditions, family ties, languages, and lifestyles. The imposition of categories was based on the Canadian government’s desire to ‘extinguish’ Aboriginal rights to land and governance in a manner that would expedite Canadian settlement. Over time, it proved that choosing one designation would mean losing some rights people would have retained under the other designation.  After 1874, for example, those who took treaty lost the right to vote. They were disfranchised under provincial legislation that year. And, within a decade, those who were regarded as Métis could no longer inherit land, livestock, or farm implements from their relatives who had taken treaty, even if the relatives were their parents. [See Scrip Process, this site.]

As far as possible members of the St. Peter’s Band who were not listed in the 1870 census, but were named in other sources, are included below (with links to those sources), though where precisely they were living is not necessarily known. They are people who were named in the earliest Annuity Paylists available online. Those documents date to 1875 and 1876, however, so it is unclear whether the people had been Band members as far back as 1870 [Canada, Annual Report on Indian Affairs for the year ending 30th June, 1872 (Ottawa: I.B. Taylor, 1873) indicates that in the first annuity year, 1872, there were 1,493 people who received payment]. In most instances only the male head of a family was named on a paylist, with wives and children mainly anonymous. The people not recorded in the census are included here to give an indication of the number of First Nations individuals (some of whom might also have qualified as Métis) to whom St. Peter’s was home in 1870 — home in the sense of either an occupied physical location, or an extended family and community place of sometime residence.

Treaty Time St. Peters 1880

Robert Bell, photograph, “Indian camp at St. Peter’s [Dynevor] ‘Treaty Time’,” (1880). Source: Robert Bell/Library and Archives Canada/PA-039918. Restrictions on use: Nil. Copyright: Expired.

The name of the area changed to St. Peter’s Dynevor in 1876, when the name of the new post office (honouring a Scottish place name) was appended to that of the parish.

Ultimately, the people of St. Peter’s were badly treated by Canada. They had been promised a great deal by the ‘Canadian Party’ (specifically by John C. Schultz), which sought to take control of Red River Settlement by force in two aborted attacks on Upper Fort Garry in 1869 and 1870. The people of St. Peter’s did not see the promises fulfilled, even though many residents supported the Canadians (until one of their own, Norbert Parisien, died from an aggravated assault inflicted by Schultz’s party — see The Three Deaths of the Resistance, this site). In addition, many promises made by Canadian representatives at the time of Treaty 1 were not fulfilled. By 1907 all of the St. Peter’s original landholdings were as good as taken away — including valuable farms. Any hope of retaining the land was finally lost in 1916 after what had been a long series of unethical if not strictly illegal transactions and maneuvers on the part of government officials [Don Aiken, It Happened in Manitoba: Stories of the Red River Province (Calgary: Fifth House, 2004), includes a chapter that supplies a concise and informed description of the collective callousness towards the people of the St. Peter’s]. The people were relocated to new reserves (including Fisher River and Peguis) against their will, some members striving to retain or regain property within the original reserve to the present day.

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River Lot #.           Individuals and Heads of Families, listed with Spouses,

and listed with Children in household (where possible and by ages if possible) 

[and ID# from D.N. Sprague and R.P. Frye, The genealogy of the first Metis nation: the development and dispersal of the Red River Settlement, 1820-1900 (Winnipeg: Peguis, 1983).]

[numbered links in square brackets are to pages of the Archibald census of 1870]

[numbered links prefixed by ‘No.’ are to the St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylists of 1875 or 1876. The first page of the 1875 paylist is missing, leaving 23 numbered Band members and the composition of their families unknown. Possible individuals who might be the missing people were taken from the paylist of 1876 (note that the numbering system used in the two years was not consistent, nor was the system of recording women who were wives, nor was that for recording children). See also Archives of Manitoba, MG4 D5, “St. Peter’s Reserve, Treaty Money Pay Lists 1871-1883.”]

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John Aaron (parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census. The ‘wife of John Aaron’ was named as No. 20 in the 1876 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered (absent?).

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Ahgutush (First Nations, parents unknown) married? an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 13 in the 1876 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with an unidentified woman and 8 children.

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[Unknown] (deceased?) married Ahkawee (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census. Ahkawee was named as a widow, No. 2 in the 1876 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 4 children.

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Ahkeewancheeketung (First Nations, parents unknown) married? an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 12 in the 1876 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with an unidentified woman and 3 children.

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Ahnshmahahk (First Nations man, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 530 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

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 Ahquewis (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 504 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 3 daughters.

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[Unknown] (deceased?) married Ahyandahpansasskung (First Nations, parents unknown).

Not listed in the 1870 census. Ahyandahpansasskung was named as a widow, No. 1 in the 1876 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 3 children.

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Akonak (First Nations man, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 27 in the 1876 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

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 Joseph Anderson (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 11 in the 1876 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered (absent?).

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married? Aneemahwekegekook (First Nations woman, parents unknown).

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 26 in the 1876 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 1 child.

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 Aneeweekahpow (First Nations man, parents unknown) married? an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 18. in the 1876 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 1 woman and 4 children

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Anewekakpowmetung (First Nations, parents unknown; deceased?) married? an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census. The widow of Anewekakpowmetung was named as No. 22 in the 1876 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

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Angepenaisse (First Nations woman, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 23 in the 1876 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

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 Ashahwekapow (First Nations man, parents unknown) married?

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 15 in the 1876 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with an unidentified woman.

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Isaac Asham/ Ashan/ Isham (First Nations; likely a descendant of James Isham of England and Ruehegan, a Cree woman) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census. Isaac Asham reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 6 in the 1876 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 1 woman and 4 children.

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Nancy Asham/ Ashan/ Isham (First Nations; likely a descendant of James Isham of England and Ruehegan, a Cree woman).

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 7 in the 1876 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

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Ashawaw (First Nations, parents unknown) married? an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 4 in the 1876 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 2 unidentified women and 2 children.

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Asheekumaykohpit (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 19 in the 1876 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered (absent?).

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[Unknown] (deceased?) married Ashkepohkikoos (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as a widow, No. 3 in the 1876 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

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Asteenea (First Nations, parents unknown) married? an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 16 in the 1876 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with a woman and 5 children.

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Ateeway (First Nations, parents unknown) married? an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 14 in the 1876 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 1 woman.

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Au-ge-pe-nais (First Nations man, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 532 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

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John Badger/ Blaireaux (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 36 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 4 daughters.

Possibly the John Badger who moved west c. 1874 in company with the families of Joseph ‘Joe’ Badger and Peter/ Pierre Badger and settled at Isbister Settlement (later named Prince Albert [SK]).

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Joseph Badger/ Blaireaux (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 44 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist but apparently absent, while wife, 1 son, and 1 daughter were present.

Possibly the Joseph ‘Joe’ Badger who moved west c. 1874 in company with the families of John Badger and Peter/ Pierre Badger and settled at Isbister Settlement (later named Prince Albert [SK]).

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Thomas Balfour (First Nations, perhaps a son of Orcadian Thomas Balfour, a former HBC employee)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 38 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

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Wooden Ball (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 25 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 2 daughters.

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[Unknown, surname Bear?] (deceased?) married Catherine (First Nations [née Bear? Erasmus?])

Not listed in the 1870 census; Catherine was named as a widow, surname Bear, No. 33 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 1 son, and 1 daughter.

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David Swampy Bear (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 52 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

In addition, a David Bear Swampy [sic] was named as No. 436 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, likewise with no details entered (transposed surname?; duplicate entry?; absent?)

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James Bear (First Nations, parents unknown) married Amelia Thomas (First Nations/ Métis, born 1842 to Alexander Thomas and Mary Stevens)

Amelia Thomas married in 1859, moving to Prince Albert [SK] in 1868. Neither she nor her husband were listed in the 1870 census; and they were not named in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist — though because Amelia was discharged from treaty in 1887, she must have been a Band member at some point.

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John Bear (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 536 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

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John James Bear (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 51 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 1 son.

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Robert Bear (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman [possibly Elizabeth Spence/ Stevenson (First Nations/ Métis born to William Stevenson and Mary Spence; married c. 1874 to a Robert Bear; widowed; remarried 1894 to Thomas Cooper, who was non-Aboriginal)]

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 29 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 4 sons, and 3 daughters.

By 1894, Elizabeth Spence/ Stevenson-Bear-Cooper was member No. 32 of the St. Peter’s Band. In that year, she applied to withdraw from Treaty 1, having been widowed then remarried to Thomas Cooper (of the C.P.R.). Her request was granted, but she was informed that her two sons as well as her other children would have to be withdrawn from treaty with her (at least one son, Charles McDonald Bear, was enrolled in the Elkhorn Residential School — though the other son, William Robert Bear, seems to have been enrolled as well). One official alleged Elizabeth was of poor “moral character” and questioned the legitimacy of her children (except for a daughter, apparently married to a R. Bear?), and questioned  whether she was legally married to Cooper. Another official argued the sons had been raised by their grandmother, had received no support from their mother, and ought not to be discharged from the Residential School. Elizabeth Spence/ Stevenson-Bear-Cooper also applied for, and was awarded scrip in 1894. The Department of Indian Affairs decided her sons could be kept at the Residential School only so long as Elizabeth did not “claim” them. The boys were not officially taken out of treaty, as they apparently should have been, and they continued to be paid annuities — which would have gone to the school — up until 1903. In 1904 the Department of Indian Affairs decided Charles and William Bear ahould/ could not be ‘Indians’ and would receive no further annuities.

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Samuel Bear (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 49 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 2 sons.

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[Unknown; surname Bear?] married Sarah (First Nations, née Bear?)

Not listed in the 1870 census; Sarah was named as a widow, surname Bear, No. 34 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

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Thomas Bear Jr. (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 24 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 1 daughter.

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Timothy Bear (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 41 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

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William Bear Sr. (First Nations, born c. 1810; died 1881) married Margaret [Tate/ Tait?] (First Nations)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 31 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 6 sons, and 1 daughter.

Several William Bears seem to have been conflated in Sprague and Frye’s tables. See William Bear Jr. listed below; HBCA “Bear, William (b. ca. 1810) (fl. 1856–1861),” biographical sheet (which gives the names of William and Margaret’s children); and also “White Bear (Mes-Ka-Nee-Powit) aka Turner (c1780-1844),” Red River Ancestry.

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Elizabeth Beardy (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 53 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

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George Beardy (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 39 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

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Peter Beardy (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 46 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 3 sons, and 4 daughters.

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[Unknown; surname Beardy?] (deceased?) married Sarah (First Nations, née Beardy?)

Not listed in the 1870 census; Sarah was named as a widow, surname Beardy, No. 30 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

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Richard Beaulieu/ Boyley/ Boylie (First Nations/ Métis, born 1854 at Norway House to Joseph Boiley “a white man” and Betsey McKay) married (1882) Marie Halcro (First Nations/ Métis, born 1858 at Norway House to John ‘Mooneyass’ Halcro and Annie Sinclair; previously married [1879] to Alexander Nootook) and married (1869) Betsey/ Betsy Jacobs (Métis/ Fist Nations; separated prior to 1875?)

Not listed in the 1870 census.

Richard Beaulieu/ Boylie was named as No. 556 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with a wife (apparently not Betsey Jacobs? see No. 546 below), 1 son, and 2 daughters; and was named as No. 42 in 1894, but applied to withdraw from Treaty 1 that year. At that time he described himself as “of Fisher River,” with no living children, working “As a Fisherman, chopping wood, and anything I can get to do.” He was described by one official as making “a good living.” His request was granted.

Marie Halcro-Nootook-Beaulieu/ Boyley was a member (No. 42 in 1894) of the St. Peter’s Band, but applied to withdraw from Treaty 1 in 1894. Her request was granted.

A Betsy Boylie was named as No. 546 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, without a husband, but with a daughter.

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Samuel[?] Besha[?] (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census. The wife of Samuel[?] Besha[?] was named as No. 43 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, without a husband, but with 1 son and 4 daughters.

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James Bews (First Nations; perhaps a descendant of an Orcadian such as Peter Bews or Robert G. Bews, HBC employees)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

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Robert Bews (First Nations; perhaps a descendant of an Orcadian such as Peter Bews or Robert G. Bews, HBC employees)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

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Thomas Bews (First Nations; perhaps a descendant of an Orcadian such as Peter Bews or Robert G. Bews, HBC employees)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

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William Bews Jr. (First Nations; perhaps a descendant of an Orcadian such as Peter Bews or Robert G. Bews, HBC employees)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

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William Bews Sr. (First Nations; perhaps a descendant of an Orcadian such as Peter Bews or Robert G. Bews, HBC employees)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

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Thomas Bickenshoff/ Bickerstaff/ Bickersteth [Sr.] (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 40 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

Bickersteth was a CMS missionary’s surname given to at least one orphan in Rupert’s Land. See Raymond M. Beaumont, “Origins and Influences: The Family Ties of the Reverend Henry Budd.”

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Thomas Bickenshoff/ Bickerstaff/ Bickersteth Jr. (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 50 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

Bickersteth was a CMS missionary’s surname given to at least one orphan in Rupert’s Land. See Raymond M. Beaumont, “Origins and Influences: The Family Ties of the Reverend Henry Budd.”

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Catherine Bird (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 48. in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

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Henry Blunt (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 45 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

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Thomas Boot[?] (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 541 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 3 sons, and 2 daughters.

Possibly Thomas ‘Big Eagle’ Boot who married Isabella-Elizabeth Favel?

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Andrew Boyd (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 26 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 1 daughter, and as apparently frequenting Lake Manitobah.

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Magnus Budd (First Nations, parents unknown) married?

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 47 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, without a wife, but with 1 son and 5 daughters.

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John Budgee/ Butgee (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

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William Budgee/ Butgee (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

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Jacob Bunn (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 27 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 1 daughter.

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Henry Bust?/ Beest? (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 35 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

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Michel/ Michael Caellot (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

This is possibly Michel Calehouis, Michel Calihea, a.k.a. Michel Calihoo/ Calistrois (who signed an adhesion to Treaty 6), or a descendant/ relative.

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Adolphus Cameron (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 70 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

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Eliza Cameron (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 60 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 1 daughter.

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James Cameron (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 93 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 4 sons, and 1 daughter.

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Jane Miss Child Cameron (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 91 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist; named as No. 81 in the 1876 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

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Canada/ Kanahte (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 84 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 5 sons, and 1 daughter.

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[Unknown] (deceased?) married Cannge?/ Cannye?/ Carnge? (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as a widow, No. 86 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

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Catfish (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 64 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

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John Catfish (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 87 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 2 daughters.

[?]

James Chatelaine/ Chastellain/ Chatillian (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 75 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 3 sons, and 2 daughters.

[?]

Chekochewassy (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 61 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 2 daughters.

[?]

Chelensk (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 95 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife.

[?]

Baptiste Chief (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 69 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Henry Chief (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 73 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 2 daughters.

[?]

[Unknown] (deceased?) married Isabella/ Elizabeth Chief (First Nations, parents unknown; sister of Richard Chief and Thomas Chief below).

Not listed in the 1870 census. Isabella Chief was named as a widow, No. 72 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 2 sons; listed as No. 75 of the Band in 1899 (see discussion of Thomas Chief’s estate below).

[?]

Richard Chief (First Nations; parents unknown; brother of Isabella Chief above and Thomas Chief below) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 71 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with a wife, 1 son, and 2 daughters; listed as No. 74 of the Band in 1899 (see discussion of Thomas Chief’s estate below).

[?]

Thomas Chief (First Nations, parents unknown; brother of Isabella/ Elizabeth Chief and Richard Chief; died c. 1899) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown; deceased?)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 79 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, without a wife, but with 1 daughter.

In 1899, the estate of Thomas Chief, was valued by the Department of Indian Affairs as $35.00 worth of personal property improvements to the lot on which he had lived. He had died intestate, survived by a brother, Richard Chief (No. 74 of the Band in 1899; see above), and sister, Isabella/ Elizabeth Chief (No. 75 of the Band in 1899), and their families. There was also one daughter living, Mrs. Alexander Gillard, “who married a non treaty man several years ago, and commuted her annuity in 1888-89,” and to whom the Band had given Thomas Chief’s household effects: “one box stove, 12 lengths of stove pipes, 2 tables, one lantern, five traps, one trunk, and a few other articles.” The Department of Indian Affairs decided that any interest in land on the reserve held by Thomas Chief passed to his brother and sister, not to his daughter.

[?]

Walking Chief (deceased?) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census. The widow of Walking Chief was named as No. 94 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered (absent?). In the same paylist a widow of Walking Chief was named as No. 521, with 2 sons (duplicate entry?).

[?]

William Chief (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 62 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 3 sons, and 4 daughters.

[?]

[Unknown; surname Child?] (deceased?) married an unidentified woman (First Nations; née Child?)

Not listed in the 1870 census; a widow, surname Child, was named as No. 55 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

married? Harriet Clouston (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 63 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, without a husband, but with 4 sons, and 1 daughter.

[?]

Adam Cochrane (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 68 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife.

[?]

Alexander Cochrane (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 65 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 2 daughters.

[?]

Catherine Cochrane (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 92 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Emma Cochrane (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 66 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, without a husband, but with 1 son, and 1 daughter.

[?]

Hugh Cochrane (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 89 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

John Cochrane (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 81 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 2 daughters. Additionally, a John Cochrane was named as No. 83 in the same paylist, but no details were entered (absent? duplicate entry?).

[?]

William Cochrane (Métis/ First Nations, parents unknown) married Hannah (First Nations; afterwards married Marsh)

– Miles

Not listed in the 1870 census. A William Cochrane Sr. of St. Peter’s reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

A Hannah Cochrane was named as No. 90 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered (absent?). By 1886, Hannah, the widow of William Cochrane sought to be discharged from treaty, due to marrying “a white man” named Marsh. To that point she and her son Miles had been receiving annuity payments. Confusion arose because, without Hannah’s knowledge, her late first husband had apparently withdrawn from treaty and taken scrip for himself and for Hannah and their children in about 1874/ 1875/ 1878 (different officials gave different dates). Officials noted there was a receipt for scrip issued in 1875 by John Stoughton Dennis to an Ann Cochrane, wife of William Cochrane. The outcome of the inquiry into the matter is not clear in the collection of documents referenced, although there appears to be another set, not available online: Land Commissioner, Winnipeg, asks that William Cochrane’s application for himself and his wife Hannah Cochrane be sent to his office for investigation.

[?]

Thomas Cook (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census. A Thomas Cook reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1), in 1871; named as No. 54. in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

William Cook Sr. (Métis/ First Nations, born c. 1815 to Joseph Cook and Catherine Sinclair; died c. 1885) married Mary Ann Beardy (born c. 1817)

Not listed in the 1870 census. William Cook Sr. reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 82 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 4 sons, and 1 daughter.

Department of Indian Affairs records show that William Cook Sr. and family drew annuities at St. Peter’s to 1876. They relocated to Grand Rapids in 1877 (where William Cook was assigned to Band No. 7), and after that year did not receive payment at St. Peter’s. In 1882 the family returned to St. Peter’s. Mary Ann Beardy-Cook requested that her daughter, previously married to a Baptiste Chartrand (“an Indian of the Duck Bay Band” — where the daughter had lived for three years), and her children (Mary’s grandchildren) be allowed to return to St. Peter’s as well. There was some question among officials as to whether Baptiste Chartrand had taken scrip in addition to annuities and confusion as to which Baptiste Chartrand this was.

One William Cook who was not designated ‘Sr.’ was named as No. 57 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with a wife, 2 sons, and a daughter. In addition, there was an entry for No. 85 William Cook “Jr.”, but no details were entered next to the name. There appear, therefore, to have been as many as 3 Band members named William Cook who received (or were expected to receive) treaty payments for themselves and families at St. Peter’s — including William Cook Sr. above; and William Cook married to Margaret Smith residing at St. John’s Parish, who took treaty and then sought to be discharged (see entry #826, that Parish). There might have been only 2 William Cooks in the St Peter’s Band, however. Apparently confusion arose in the Indian Affairs department because the younger William Cook had been assigned a new Band number every year (though many people had numbers that varied over the years — perhaps an inactive number for William Cook was carried forward at some point).

[?]

Jacob Daniel/ Daniels (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 102 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with a wife. Presumably this was not the Jacob Daniel who married Margaret Goodwin, worked for the HBC, and apparently died in 1870 — but possibly was the latter’s grandson).

[?]

married? Jane Daniel/ Daniels (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 98 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, without a husband, but with 2 daughters.

[?]

Thomas Daniel/ Daniels (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 101 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 1 daughter.

[?]

Nancy Demesk (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 97 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

Andrew Denning (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 99. in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

John Denning (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 100 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Baptiste Desjarlais (Métis/ First Nations, parents unknown; deceased?) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census. The widow of Baptiste Desjarlais was named as No. 96 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 1 son.

[?]

Andrew Egubus/ Agubus (First Nations, parents unknown) married?

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 9 in the 1876 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 1 woman.

[?]

Torn Eagle (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 106 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Elizabeth (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 104 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Enenees (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 105 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 3 sons.

[?]

Etcheway (First Nations man, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 107 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

Eattawah (First Nations man, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 555 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

Eshquaykapow[?] (First Nations man, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 108 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

James Favel/ Faville (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 116 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 1 daughter.

[?]

[Unknown; surname Favel?] (deceased?) married Julie (First Nations, née Favel?)

Not listed in the 1870 census. Julie Faville [sic: Favel] was named as a widow, No. 117 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

Thomas Favel/ Faville (First Nations, parents unknown), married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 118 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 3 sons, 2 daughters; and in what appears to be a duplicate entry, the same name was entered as No. 119 in the same paylist, but partially erased, with no details.

[?]

Febee[?] (deceased?) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census. The widow of Febee[?] was named as No. 124 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

Elizabeth Fiddler/ Fidler (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 115 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

James Fidler/ Fiddler (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 12o in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 5 sons, 2 daughters.

[?]

Hector Finlayson (First Nations/ Métis, born 1827 to Nicol Finlayson and Nancy/ Ka-na Ka-she-waite-was; carpenter/ boat builder; died 1901) married Lisette Lucier (deceased?) and married Sarah Brass (born to Peter Brass and Suzanne Comtois Roy)

Not listed in the 1870 census; Hector Finlayson reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871), but applied for scrip in 1877.

[?]

George Fleetfoot (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 113 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Andrew Flett (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 125 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

David Flett (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 122 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 1 daughter.

[?]

Philip Flett (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 121 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 1 daughter.

[?]

Thomas Flett Jr. (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 123 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Gitcheeohgemook (deceased?) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census. Gitcheeohgemook’s widow was named as No. 134 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered (absent?).

[?]

Antoine Goine? [Coine? Acoyne?] (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 131 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 1 son.

[?]

William Green (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 133 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife.

[?]

Thomas Grey Eyes/ Greyeyes (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 132 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 1 daughter.

[?]

Joseph Halcrow (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 149 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Hall (First Nations, parents unknown) married Fanny[?]

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 160 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered other than his wife’s name (absent?).

[?]

Louis Hamelin (“a non treaty man”) married Mary Jane Mowat (First Nations/ Métis).

Not listed in the 1870 census.

Mary Jane Mowat was a member of the St. Peter’s Band (being daughter of No. 218, St. Peter’s Band, 1892), but applied to withdraw from treaty in 1892. The request was granted. Mary Jane Mowat-Hamelin described herself as “of Kildonan” in 1893.

[?]

[Unknown; surname Hammer?] (deceased?) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, née Hammer?)

Not listed in the 1870 census. ‘Widow Hammer[?]’ was named as No. 148 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered (absent?).

[?]

Antoine Henderson (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 136 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Francis Henderson (First Nations, born 1836 to unidentified parents) married Anne Cook (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 138 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 3 daughters.

[?]

Joseph Henderson (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 158 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Henry Heskenbunger (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 137 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 1 daughter.

[?]

Robert Hoary (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 143 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 3 sons.

[?]

[Unknown; surname Hope?] (deceased?) married Catherine (First Nations, née Hope?)

Not listed in the 1870 census. Catherine was named as a widow, surname Hope, No. 139 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

Edward Hope (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 154 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

Elizabeth Hope (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 161 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

[Unknown; surname Hope?] (deceased?) married Flora (First Nations, née Hope?)

Not listed in the 1870 census. FLora was named as a widow, surname Hope, No. 140 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

Joseph Hope (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 152 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 1 daughter.

[?]

Joseph Hope (First Nations, parents unknown; “dead”[?]) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 144 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but only his wife, 1 son, and 2 daughters were recorded as present.

[?]

Louisa Hope (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 156 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

William Hudson (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 155 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 2 sons.

[?]

Benjamin Hunt (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 151 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 2 daughters.

[?]

Robert Hunt (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 150 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 4 daughters.

[?]

Indegoash[?] (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 162 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife.

[?]

Jacob Indian (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 166 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Thomas Indian (First Nations, parents unknown; deceased?) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census. The widow of Thomas Indian was named as No. 531 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 1 son and 1 daughter.

[?]

Thomas Indian (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 557 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

Ingeekahpow (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 164 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 6 sons.

[?]

George Irvine (Orcadian; born 1805; died c. 1870) married Colette Fidler (Métis, born 1817 to Peter Fidler and Mary Mackagonne; died 1842) and Jane Cochrane (First Nations, parents unknown)

[#2390]

Not listed in the 1870 census.

[?]

George Irvine/ Irving (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census. One George Irvine/ Irving reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871) — though he seems unlikely to be #2390 George Irvine married to Colette Fidler and Jane Cochrane, who, aside from apparently being non-Aboriginal, seems to have died about the year before the treaty. The George Irving in treaty was named as No. 163 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with a wife, 3 sons, and 2 daughters. Perhaps he was the son of #2390 George Irvine?

[?]

Iskootah[?] (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 165 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 5 daughters.

[?]

William John Sr. (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 453 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

[Unknown; surname Johnston? Blunt?] (deceased?) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, née Blunt? Johnston?)

Not listed in the 1870 census. ‘Widow Blunt Johnston’ was named as No. 170 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

[Unknown; surname Johnston?] (deceased?) married Elizabeth (First Nations, née Johnston?)

Not listed in the 1870 census. Elizabeth was named as a widow, surname Johnston, No. 180 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 1 daughter.

[?]

[Unknown; surname Johnston?] (deceased?) married Jenny (First Nations, née Johnston?)

Not listed in the 1870 census. Jenny was named named as a widow, surname Johnston, No. 171 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered (absent?).

[?]

Betsy Johnston (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 168 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but details crossed out as though to correct an error (absent?)

[?]

Cornelius Johnston (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 176 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 3 sons.

[?]

Elizabeth Johnston (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 178 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Joseph Johnston (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 173 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife.

[?]

Joseph [“Jos.” or might be Jas./ James?] Johnston Jr. (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 179 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife.

[?]

Martha Johnston (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 177 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Edward Jones (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 181 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 2 daughters.

[?]

Kageegakahpow (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 190 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 1 daughter.

[?]

Kahkahpeeweenin (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 218 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife.

[?]

Kahkapoummekaponche[?] (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 208 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Kahkaykahpow (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 219 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 1 son.

[?]

Kahkaywaypit (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 206 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 2 sons.

[?]

[Unknown] (deceased?) married Kahkepayask (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census. Kahkepayask was named as a widow, No. 197 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

Kahnahwayteek (First Nations, parents unknown) married?

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 228 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, without a wife, but with 1 son.

[?]

Kakahte (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 194 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 4 sons, and 3 daughters.

[?]

Kanahenepenais (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 191 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 2 daughters.

[?]

Kanasaw/ Kanashwa (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as Councillor of the St. Peter’s Band (confirmed at the time of Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 185 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

Kapaakema (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 534 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but listed as a ‘boy’ (perhaps ‘the son of Kapaakema’ was meant?)

[?]

Kapeswayaas (First Nations man, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 203 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

married? Kaphaywaynayaas (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 184 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, without a husband, but with 1 son, 1 daughter, and 1 other person.

[?]

Katahweestung (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 201 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 4 daughters.

[?]

Katkapu[?] (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 205 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 1 son.

[?]

Kawaykapow (First Nations man, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 192 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

married? Kaykahkaypaweek (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 231 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, without a husband, but with 2 sons and 2 daughters.

[?]

Kaykaypaykatepoweek (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 229 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, without a husband, but with 2 sons.

[?]

Kaykwaytaycummekapoweke (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 225 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Kaypayaset (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 204 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Kechewees (First Nations man, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

[?]

George Kekahekeem (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 198 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 1 daughter.

[?]

Kekaheken (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 182 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 2 daughters.

[?]

Peter Kekahekum (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 202 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife.

[?]

Baptiste Kennedy (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 224 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

Possibly Jean Baptiste ‘John’ Kennedy, “Swampy Indian,” married to an unidentified Métis woman, who was the father of [741] Jane Canady/ Kennedy/ Canada?/ Kanahte? (see her entry at lot 97-114 St. Andrews); and, if he was the Jean Baptiste Kennedy who died in February 1883 at St. Andrews, possibly the father of [349] Antoine/ Anthony Kennedy and [340] Adam Kennedy below.

[?]

Henry Kennedy (First Nations, parents unknown) married Mary Cochrane (First Nations, parents unknown)

Lydia 4.

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 212 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 6 daughters.

Daughter Lydia was later granted scrip, which suggests that she, or her parents, withdrew from treaty at some point.

[?]

John Frederick Kennedy (First Nations, born c. 1805 to Alexander Kennedy and Aggathas/ Mary Bear/ Isbister) married Margaret (First Nations, parents unknown)

– Alexander Augustus (died 1859)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 222 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife.

[?]

Joseph Kennedy (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

[?]

Thomas Kennedy (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 220 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Thomas Kennedy (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

[?]

Kenwahkoose (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 223 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 3 sons, and 3 daughters.

[?]

married? Kepetwahkeshakook (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 187 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, without a husband, but with 1 daughter.

[?]

John Keseas (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 193 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 1 daughter.

[?]

Keeweetaash (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 230 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 1 daughter.

[?]

Keweeweesanzs[?] (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 189 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 3 sons, and 4 daughters.

[?]

Kewekahpowweke (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 209 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Peter Keweshick (First Nations man, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 550 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

Albert King (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 216 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife.

[?]

Joseph King (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 195 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, 3 daughters, and 1 other person.

[?]

[Unknown; surname King?] (deceased?) married Mary (First Nations, née King?)

Not listed in the 1870 census. Mary was named as a widow, surname King, No. 221 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

George Kipling (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 227 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

George Kipling (deceased?) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census. The widow of a George Kipling was named as No. 226 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered (absent?).

[?]

Thomas ‘Tom’ Kipling (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 207 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 1 son.

[?]

Thomas ‘Tom’ Kipling Sr. (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 217 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Kishik (First Nations woman, parents unknown; died c. 1875)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 186 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with the notation “dead.”

[?]

George Kiseas (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 211 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Peter Knight (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 210 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 2 daughters.

[?]

Koochesheewenin (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 183 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife.

[?]

Baptiste Laroque (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 233 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

A Possible Objector to the Provisional Government, 29 November 1869.

[?]

Joseph Leask (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 237 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Anabella LeClair (First Nations/ Métis)

Not listed in the 1870 census; a member No. 560 of the St. Peter’s Band in 1893, but applied to withdraw from Treaty 1 that year, after her marriage to Horace Gates (non-Aboriginal).

[?]

Patrick Leclair (First Nations/ Métis, born c. 1871 to Baptiste Leclair and Elizabeth)

Not listed in the 1870 census; member No. 201 of the St. Peter’s Band in 1894, but applied to withdraw from Treaty 1 that year. His request was granted.

[?]

Mary Ann Loutit/ Lootit (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 529 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Charles Lund (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 538 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 2 daughters.

[?]

John Lyons (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 235 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

[Unknown; surname McCorrister?] (deceased?) married Harriet (First Nations, née McCorrister?/ McAlister?)

Not listed in the 1870 census. Harriet was named as a widow, surname McCorrister, No. 258 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

Alexander McDonald (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 263 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

married? Bella McDonald (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 274 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, without a husband, but with 2 sons, and 2 daughters.

[?]

George McKenny (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 265 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Jacob Macland[?] (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 244 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 1 daughter.

[?]

John James MacLand (First Nations, parents unknown) married?

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 267 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, without a wife, but with 2 sons, 1 daughter, and 1 other person (John James MacLand’s mother).

[?]

Mary McLennan (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 262 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

[Unknown] McRae married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census. “Mrs. McRae” took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band in 1871 (Treaty 1), but withdrew from treaty in 1886.

[?]

Maganooza (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 249 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 3 sons, and 1 daughter.

[?]

Magnammewwagnum (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 537 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife.

[?]

Makumeoekun (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; Councillor of the St. Peter’s Band, confirmed for Treaty 1, 1871.

[?]

Manawehgeshekowenin (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 264 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 2 daughters.

[?]

Manitakegoos (First Nations man, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 269 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

William Mantle[?]/ Manale[?]/ Mansle[?] (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 272 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 2 daughters.

[?]

[Unknown] (deceased?) married Maoman[?] (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census. Maoman[?] was named as a widow, No. 246 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

Maria (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 252.in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Mary (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 239 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

[Unknown] (deceased?) married Masahkayaas (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census. Masahkayaas was named as a widow, No. 242 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 1 son.

[?]

Masseykeyass (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 250 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 1 daughter.

[?]

Mataw ka-ke-ke-toot/ Matweekahkeehoot (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; Councillor of the St. Peter’s Band, confirmed for Treaty 1, 1871; named as No. 243 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 1 son.

[?]

married? Matchecummekook (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 257. in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, without a husband, but with 1 son, and 1 daughter.

[?]

Hector Mathew (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 271 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 3 sons, 3 daughters, and 1 other person.

[?]

John Matthews (First Nations, parents unknown; deceased?) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census. The widow of John Matthews was named as No. 246. in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

John E. Memyn (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly yook treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

[?]

George Menunga (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 268 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife.

[?]

Meskoopenais (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 238 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 1 daughter.

[?]

Mestoosmokatay[?] (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 253 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Mistik (First Nations, parents unknown) married to an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 270 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 5 sons, 1 daughter, and 1 other person.

[?]

Francis Monkman (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 254 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 1 daughter.

[?]

William Monunga (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 240 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, and 2 sons.

[?]

John Monuya (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 241 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 5 sons, and 1 daughter.

[?]

John Moose (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 248 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

Joseph Morriseau (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 247. in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 1 daughter.

[?]

Patrick Morriseau (First Nations/ Métis, born 1852 at Fort Alexander to Joseph Morriseau, French Canadian, and Mary Daniel/ Daniels, a Métis woman) married (1872; separated 1891) Christiana Starr

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 256 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered (absent?). He was named as No. 214 of the St. Peter’s Band in 1892, but applied to withdraw from Treaty 1 that year, to take scrip. At the time he described himself as a farm labourer. His request was granted, but one government official objected on the grounds that Morriseau had separated from his wife (and she might, therefore, lose her treaty rights). Another official advised that Morriseau be denied scrip. The Department of Indian Affairs decided his discharge should be recalled and cancelled. That move was protested on the grounds that nowhere was there a stipulation that a woman with a minor child would automatically be discharged from treaty if her husband was. After an extended exchange of views and reviews, Morriseau was finally granted discharge from treaty in 1895 — his son was no longer being a minor by then, his wife was allowed to remain in treaty.

[?]

Jacob Mowat/ Mode/ Maude (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 275 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 1 daughter.

[?]

Sarah Isabella Mowat/ Mode (First Nations/ Métis, born 1869 at Athabasca Landing to Jacob Mowat and Sarah Spence)

Not listed in the 1870 census. Sarah Isabella Mowat, a member of the St. Peter’s Band (paid with No. 218 [1893] Jacob Mowat/ Mode), applied to withdraw from Treaty 1 in 1893. At that time she described herself as “At Beausejour Manitoba. I am sometimes hired out for a Servant and earn about $12.00 per month and generally clothe and keep myself when not engaged at service I go home to my father’s place which is generally in the winter I generally work out in the summer time.” Her request was granted.

[?]

Mubcomewekun[?] (First Nations man, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 266 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

Musgnegneegnan (First Nations man, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 255 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

Nakansay (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 276 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Nappaymaykesikook (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 291 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Nasheecummekeekapow (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 292. in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

[Unknown] (deceased?) married Nasheepaysheeway (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census. Nasheepaysheeway was named as a widow, No. 293 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 3 daughters.

[?]

Nashekaykapow (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 278 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 1 daughter.

[?]

Natawahkenahkenum (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 284 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Thomas Taylor Nataway (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 288 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

Natasway (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 295 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 2 daughters.

[?]

Natawehgeshik (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 282 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 1 daughter.

[?]

[Unknown] (deceased?) married Natwahchekeesheekook (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census. Natwahchekeesheekook was named as a widow, No. 281 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 1 son.

[?]

Natwayanga (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 296 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 3 daughters.

[?]

Naweecheenoweenin (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 286 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 1 daughter.

[?]

Nayahahkaygeegnip[?] (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 279 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 1 son.

[?]

Ne-can-oo-sak[?] (First Nations woman, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 535 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

Neeteepaykapoweke (First Nations, parents unknown) married to an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 277 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 1 daughter.

[?]

Antoine Nejoute[?] (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 280 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 1 daughter.

[?]

married? Harriet Nejoute (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 285 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, without a husband, but with 1 son.

[?]

Nekahnehkahpopweenuis[?] (First Nations man, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 549 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

married? Nekahsahwahpeet (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 290 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, without a husband, but with 1 daughter.

[?]

Neogeeshekook (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 289 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Nepa-qua-hung (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 544 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, without a wife, but with 2 sons, and 1 daughter.

[?]

Nepatshgesik[?] (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 283. in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 1 daughter.

[?]

Nepehpenais (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 294 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Noontahgoos (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 287 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 2 daughters.

[?]

Ocheppeway (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 305 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 2 daughters.

[?]

Okakayasik (First Nations man, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 298 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

[Unknown] (deceased?) married Okemohweekapowess (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census. Okemohweekapowess was named as a “widow”[?], No. 308 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 2 sons, and 2 daughters.

[?]

[Unknown] (deceased?) married Ontawaynay (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census. Ontawaynay was named as a widow, No. 307 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

Ookahpahyashekeek (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 300 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 1 daughter.

[?]

Ooshawaskwawnanees[?] (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 302 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 1 daughter.

[?]

Michael O’Rourke (possibly a descendant of John O’Rourke of Killalla, County Mayo, Ireland, who arrived in Hudson Bay as a labourer in 1811; deceased?) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census. The widow of Michael O’Rourke was named as No. 309 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered (absent?).

[?]

Osakis (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 297 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 2 daughters.

[?]

Oshawashkeekwaynayash (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 301 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 2 daughters.

[?]

Oshwawkeesekook (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 303 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Otanawahquatip[?] (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 299 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 3 sons, and 4 daughters.

[?]

Otcheekamunk (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 310 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 4 sons, and 3 daughters.

[?]

Oteskesegump (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 306 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Pabosh (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 332 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 2 daughters.

[?]

Paygee (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 342 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Pahgahmakwak (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 316 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Pahtaim (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 337 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 1 daughter.

[?]

Joseph Pakoo [Paquin?] (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 312 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 2 daughters.

[?]

[Unknown; Pakoo?] (deceased?) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, née Pakoo [Paquin?])

Not listed in the 1870 census. Widow Pakoo was named as No. 338 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered (absent?).

[?]

William Pakoo [Paquin?] (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 350 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Patin[? Pahtain?] (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 326 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 1 daughter.

[?]

Papahmekatchpow (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 321 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 4 sons, and 3 daughters.

[?]

Papahsconche[?] (First Nations man, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 543 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

Papascouch (First Nations, parents unknown; absent?) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 327 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but absent (the wife of Papascouch was paid for both herself and husband).

[?]

Pashegookapow (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 346 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 1 daughter.

[?]

Adam Passage (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 334 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 1 daughter.

[?]

John Parisien (First Nations, born 9 May 1852 to Jean Baptiste Parisien Jr. and Marguerite Dutempt/ Destempt) married Sarah Prince (First Nations, born c. 1853, St. Peter’s, to William Prince [son of Pequis] and an unidentified First Nations woman)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 349 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife.

John Parisien and and Sarah Prince had a daughter, Mary Parisien (born c. 1874) and a son, William Alfred Parisien (born 29 July 1877, St. Peter’s).

John Parisien was related to Norbert Parisien (Métis, perhaps born 1844 to Bonaventure/ Laveture Parisien dit Leger and Marguerite, a Saulteux woman, originally of Red Lake), who died after an aggravated assault committed 16 February 1870 by members of the Canadian Party. [See The Three Deaths of the Resistance, this site.]

[?]

Paygeekayquick[?] (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 352 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Penaisewahnaquit[?] (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 347 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 3 sons, and 2 daughters.

[?]

Petahwahkahmekoweeniw[?] (First Nations, parents unknown) married 2 unidentified women (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 335 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 2 wives and 1 son.

[?]

Petasacequay[?] (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 351 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Peetwaywaycheewanook (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census. Peetwaywaycheewanook was named as a widow, No. 343 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 4 sons.

[?]

Petweetaskyash (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 340 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

[Unknown; Piscady?] married an unidentified woman (First Nations, surname Piscady?)

Not listed in the 1870 census. “Widow Piscady” was named as No. 339 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered (absent?).

[?]

Thomas Pratt (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 336 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

Isabella Prince (First Nations, born to Peguis/ William King and one of his wives?)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 323 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

John Henry Prince (First Nations, born to Peguis/ William King and one of his wives?) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 348 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife.

[?]

Thomas Prince (First Nations, born to Peguis/ William King and one of his wives?) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 320 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 2 daughters.

[?]

William Prince (First Nations, born to Peguis/ William King and one of his wives?) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 329 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 3 sons, and 2 daughters.

[?]

[Unknown; surname Pruden?] (deceased?) married Nancy (First Nations, née Pruden/ Prudent [sic]?)

Not listed in the 1870 census. Nancy was named as a widow, No. 325 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

William Pruden/ Prudent [sic] (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 313 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

John Ramsay (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 355 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 1 daughter.

[?]

William Ramsay (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 353 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 1 daughter.

[?]

David Rase (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 359 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 3 sons, and 2 daughters.

[?]

Antoine Rat (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 547 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 3 daughters.

[?]

William Red Deer (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 358 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

John Relly [sic: Reilly?] (First Nations, parents unknown) married to an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 361 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 4 sons, and 1 daughter.

[?]

Robson (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 354 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Vincent Roy (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 356 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Sabbeenoo (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 449 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Alexander Sabiston/ Sebiston (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 395 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 2 daughters.

[?]

Baptiste Sakemas/ Sakimay (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

[?]

Philip Sakemas/ Sakimay (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

[?]

Robert Sanderson (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 456 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 1 daughter.

[?]

John Sandison [Sanderson?] (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

A John Sanderson was named as No. 460 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 5 sons, and 2 daughters.

[?]

Saquaweekesik (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 439 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 1 daughter.

[?]

Sarah (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 363 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

Henry Sargent (parents unknown) married Sarah (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census.

Sarah (No. 558 of the St. Peter’s Band in 1891) applied to withdraw from treaty in 1891, having married “a non-treaty” man. Her husband, Henry Sargent, was described as “white,” and residing at St. Andrews. The request was granted by the Department of Indian Affairs.

[?]

James Sasford/ Sanford (non-Aboriginal, parents unknown) married Sarah (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census.

Sarah (no. 549 of the St. Peter’s Band in 1891) applied to withdraw from treaty in 1891, having married “a non-treaty” man. Her husband, James Sasford, was described as “a white man” who “farms outside the reserve.” The request was granted by the Department of Indian Affairs.

[?]

Saskachewahkapow (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 365 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 1 daughter.

[?]

[Unknown; surname Saunders?] (deceased?) married Jane (First Nations, née Saunders?)

Not listed in the 1870 census. Jane was named as a widow, surname Saunders, No. 391 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered (absent?).

[?]

James Saunderson (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 388 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Robert Saunderson (First Nations, parents unknown).

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 392 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

Robert Saunderson (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 394 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 1 daughter.

[?]

Thomas Saunderson (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 409 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife.

[?]

Francis Savoyard (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 443 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

[Unknown, surname Savoyard?] (deceased?) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, surname Savoyard?)

Not listed in the 1870 census. Widow Savoyard was named as No. 463 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered (absent?).

[?]

Francois Sawyer (parents unknown; deceased?) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census. The widow of Francois Sawyer was named as No. 533 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist

[?]

[Unknown; surname Sawyer?] (deceased?) married Nancy (First Nations, née Sawyer?)

Not listed in the 1870 census. Nancy was named as a widow, surname Sawyer, No. 416 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 1 son.

[?]

Joseph Sayer (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 441 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 1 daughter.

[?]

married? Sarah Settee (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 465 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, without a husband, but with 1 son.

[?]

George Setter (First Nations, born 1815 to Andrew Setter and Margaret Spence; died 1899) married Isabella Kennedy (Métis, born to Alexander Kennedy and Aggathas/ Mary Bear/ Isbister) and Jessie Ellen Campbell (Métis, born to Colin Campbell and Liza McGillivray)

Not listed in the 1870 census. George Setter reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

[?]

Shakam (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 464 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 1 daughter.

[?]

Shawaysakung[?] (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 435 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 1 daughter.

[?]

Shekanse (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 455 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Shumagesik[?] (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 387 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 1 daughter.

[?]

Shuniah (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 462 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife.

[?]

Shuniaptung (First Nations man, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 426 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

Donald Sinclair (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 430 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 1 daughter.

[?]

James Sinclair (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 444 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 3 sons, and 3 daughters.

[?]

married? Jane Sinclair (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 420 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, without a husband, but with 2 sons, and 2 daughters.

[?]

[Unknown; surname Sinclair?] (deceased?) married Mary (First Nations, née Sinclair?)

Not listed in the 1870 census. Mary was named as a widow, surname Sinclair, No. 467 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 3 sons.

[?]

Peter Sinclair (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 458 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

William Sinclair (deceased) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census. The widow of William Sinclair was named as No. 400 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered (absent?).

[?]

William Slater/ Sclater (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 445 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 4 sons, and 3 daughters. A William Slater/ Sclater with identical details was also named as No. 466 in the same paylist (duplicate entry?).

[?]

Charles Smith (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 364 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

Edward Smith (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 372 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 5 daughters. In addition, in the same paylist two Edward Smiths were named as No. 402 and No. 447, but no details were entered (duplicate entries? absent?)

[?]

Harriet Smith (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 386 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Jemima Smith (First Nations/ Métis; niece of ‘Councillor Smith’)

Not listed in the 1870 census. Described as a member of the St. Peter’s Band, Jemima Smith withdrew from treaty (Treaty 1), in 1886, after marrying Charles Popham in 1882. She sought scrip and to be paid annuities owed. Officials at first denied that there were any arrears in her annuities, then decided that her daughter and son only had received received annuities, on account of Jemima having died in 1882. The error, presumably, was corrected.

[?]

Jeremiah Smith (First Nations, parents unknown; deceased?) married? an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown; deceased?)

Not listed in the 1870 census. The children of Jeremiah Smith, 1 son and 2 daughters, were named as No. 553 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

[Unknown; surname Smith?] (deceased?) married Jane (First Nations, née Smith?)

Not listed in the 1870 census. Jane was named as a widow, surname Smith, No. 406 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

[Unknown; surname Smith?] (deceased?) married Susan (First Nations, née Smith?)

Not listed in the 1870 census. Susan was named as a widow, surname Smith, No. 448 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered (absent?).

[?]

Thomas Smith (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 381 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 1 daughter.

[?]

Adam Spence (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman [Jane Passage/ Passager?] (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 367. in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons [one named John?], and 2 daughters.

A John Spence (First Nations/ Métis, born 1861 at Bloodvein River to Adam Spence and Jane Passage/ Passager) married (1880) Madeleine Boucher (deceased before 1894)

[?]

Alexander ‘Alex’ Spence (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 459 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife.

[?]

Charlotte Spence (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 437 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Donald Spence (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 452 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

John Spence (First Nations man, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 370 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

Another John Spence was named as No. 393 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered (absent?; duplicate entry?).

[?]

John Spence (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 450 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with a wife.

A John Spence who was member No. 307 in 1894 of the St. Peter’s Band applied to withdraw from Treaty 1. He stated that his three children had died and that he “Chop[ped]wood and work at any kind of labour. I am entitled to a scrip and have made my application for same and it is approved of, subject to my discharge from treaty.” His request was granted.

[?]

Miles Spence (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 446 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 1 other person.

[?]

Peter Spence (deceased?) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census. The widow of Peter Spence was named as No. 417 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 1 son.

[?]

Samuel Spence (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 451 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 1 daughter.

[?]

Thomas Spence (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 438 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 3 sons, and 4 daughters.

The widow of Thomas Spence, with her children (three sons and three daughters), and other relatives (Susanna Spence, Rev. Baptiste Spence, Edward Dennis/ Denis Spence, and John Spence and family members), requested a transfer from the Islington Band (Treaty 3) to the St. Peter’s Band in 1893 — the latter Band being the one to which they had originally belonged. The request was granted, except for John Spence and family, because they had previously withdrawn from treaty.

[?]

James Stair (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 369. in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 2 daughters.

[?]

John Stair (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 366 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 3 sons, and 3 daughters.

[?]

John Thomas Stevens (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 403 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Elizabeth Stevenson (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 405 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

[Unknown; surname Stevenson?] (deceased?) married Elizabeth (First Nations, née Stevenson?)

Not listed in the 1870 census. Elizabeth was named as a widow, surname Stevenson, No. 414 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

Samuel Stevenson Jr. (First Nations; born 1855; died 1914)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 390 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

Margaret Stewart (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 454 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, listed under the category “girls”.

[?]

Sarah Stokes (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 425 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

David Stranger (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 380 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

John David Stranger (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 397 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

[Unknown; surname Stranger?] (deceased?) married Margaret (First Nations, née Stranger?)

Not listed in the 1870 census. Margaret was named as a widow, surname Stranger, No. 440 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 2 sons and 2 daughters.

[?]

William R. Stranger/ ‘Mooneyass’ (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

[?]

Hector Streth (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 551 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 3 sons.

[?]

Susaahpetahfriau[?] (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 554 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife.

[?]

George Sutherland Jr. (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 379 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 6 sons, and 4 daughters.

[?]

George Sutherland Sr. (First Nations/ Métis, born c. 1800) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 378 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 1 daughter.

In 1896 Mrs. Mayo, a daughter of George Sutherland applied for her father to be discharged from Treaty 1. George was described as being a “Halfbreed and aged … about 100 years old” and as a member of the St. Peter’s Band. This was a second application for discharge from treaty, his first had been refused. As of 1896 George resided at the home owned by his son-in-law, C. Mayo, who was “a non treaty man.” The application stated “Mr. Sutherland is very desirous to be discharged so that he may regain his proper status before he dies — why he ever became a member of the Band he cannot now understand. … it troubles him very much to think that he must be considered an Indian while he is almost a white man.” The Department of Indian Affairs responded that in 1894 another daughter, Mrs. Cameron, had applied on his behalf for discharge, but with the proviso that he must receive scrip in exchange. The Department stated it would refuse any application for his discharge unless receiving scrip was dropped as a condition.

[?]

Mary Sweeney (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 396 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Tapasway (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 486 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Tatahkookesik (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 469 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Taukahnahguap[?] (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 498 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

George Thickfoot (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 497 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

John Thickfoot (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 494 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Old Thickfoot (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 304 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?); also named as No. 495 in the same paylist, again with no details.

[?]

Caroline Thomas (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 483 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

Catherine Thomas (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 492 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Fanny Thomas (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 488 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Indian Thomas (First Nations, parents unknown; deceased?) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census. The widow of Indian Thomas was named as No. 505 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered (absent?).

[?]

Indian Young Thomas [sic: Young Indian Thomas?] (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 468  in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 2 sons.

[?]

Jessie Thomas (First Nations woman, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 545 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

John Thomas (First Nations, born c. 1815 to John Thomas and Mary Meenish; stepson of Richard Stevens) married Jane (First Nations, parents unknown)

[Or this might be We-wah-sang/ John Thomas who married Nancy Okanins/ Whitford (born 1820 to Michel Okanins and Chepay Whitford)]

Not listed in the 1870 census.

A John Thomas took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

A Widow Jane Thomas was named as No. 481 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 2 daughters.

A John Thomas “Sr.” was named as No. 480 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 2 daughters.

[?]

Simon Thomas (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 501  in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son?, and 1 daughter.

[?]

William Thomas (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 516  in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 5 sons, and 4 daughters.

[?]

Charles Trendle (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 506  in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 4 sons, and 1 daughter.

[?]

Cornelius Turner (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 485 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Francis Turner (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 489 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

John Turner (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 493 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?); also named as No. 503 in the same paylist, again without details.

[?]

Charles Trudelle (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 470  in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 1 daughter

[?]

Francois Vincent (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 508  in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 5 daughters.

[?]

John Vincent (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 507 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 2 daughters.

[?]

Thomas Daniel Walker (steamboat fireman; “a non treaty man”; “white man”) married Eliza Ann Thomas (First Nations/ Métis, born to Philip Thomas and Sophie Cadotte)

Not listed in the 1870 census. Eliza Ann Thomas was a member of the St. Peter’s Band (her father having taken treaty in 1871, and named at one time as No. 393), but applied to withdraw from Treaty 1 in 1892. Her request was granted.

[?]

Wahbunohpetung (First Nations, parents unknown) married to an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 523 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife.

[?]

[Unknown] (deceased?) married Wahnisk (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census. Wahnisk was named as a widow, No. 511 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered (absent?).

[?]

Wahpekashewenin (First Nations, parents unknown) married to an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 513 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 2 sons.

[?]

Wahsesegum (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 519 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Wahsesequuk[?] (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 512 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife.

[?]

Wahwaksun[?] (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 509 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Wankahpenais (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 525 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Ward[?] John (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 540 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 2 daughters.

[?]

Warshwahsoap[?] (First Nations man, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 539 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

Weahsesung[?] (First Nations, parents unknown) married to an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 515 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 2 daughters.

[?]

Wemhehwahnook[?] (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 510 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Wendahpahnoahweenin[?] (First Nations, parents unknown) married an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 522 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 1 daughter.

[?]

Wendashahwahpec[?] (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 514 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

[?]

Morrison West (First Nations, parents unknown) married to an unidentified woman (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 517 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 4 sons, and 2 daughters.

[?]

Wetassawait (First Nations, parents unknown) married 2 women (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 528 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 2 sons.

[?]

Jane Whitehead (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 520 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[?]

George Whitford Jr. (First Nations, born 1822 to George Whitford Sr. and Catherine Joke) married Sarah ‘Sally’ Sanderson (born 1824 to James Thomas Sanderson and Sarah ‘Sally’ a Cree woman)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

[?]

Jacob Whitford (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 526 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?). Possibly son of George Whitford Sr.?

[?]

married? Nancy Wilson (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 518 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, without a husband, but with 2 sons, and 1 daughter.

[?]

Archie Wind (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 527 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

A Wind Archie (sic: names transposed? or a.k.a. Wingechee?) was named as No. 21 in the 1876 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with an unidentified woman.

[?]

Wingechee [Wind Archie?] (First Nations, parents unknown)

Not listed in the 1870 census; named as No. 524 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?).

A Wind Archie was named as No. 21 in the 1876 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with an unidentified woman.

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[1-8?]

[293] William Stevenson (First Nations, born 1810 to R. Stevenson and an unidentified woman) married an unidentified woman (First Nations; deceased?)

– [294-295] Ann C. 22, Thomas 20.

William Stevenson reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as Wm. Stevenson Sr., No. 389 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with no wife or children.

1-8 [not listed in census]

John Johnston (born 1810; deceased?) married Elizabeth (First Nations, born 1815; deceased?).

[#2442]

1-8

[296-297] William Johnston/ Johnstone (First Nations, born 1835/ 1845 to John Johnston and an unidentified woman) married Marguerite/ Margaret Kennedy (First Nations, born 1840 to John Kennedy and an unidentified woman)

– [298-300] Elizabeth 8, Alexander 2, Alfred 1.

[#2338]

William Johnstone reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 169 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 2 daughters [sic; numbers transposed?].

1-8

 [301-302] James Johnston/ Johnstone (First Nations, born 1840 to John Johnston and an unidentified woman) married Elizabeth (First Nations, born 1835)

[#2023]?

James Johnstone reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871). A James Johnston “Jr.” was named as No. 175 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Annuity Paylist, without a wife.

There appear to have been several James Johnstons from St. Peter’s, one of whom reportedly suffered from a winter accident in which alcohol was alleged to be a factor — see “The Bottle Again,” Nor’-Wester (14 February 1860), 3.

1-8

[John?] Sinclair [born 1794] married [304] Charlotte (First Nations, born 1790/ 1795; died 1885).

Widow Charlotte Sinclair was named as No. 413 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

1-8

[305-306] Jacob Sinclair (First Nations, born 1830 to John Sinclair and Charlotte; died 1893) married Isabel/ Isabella Johnston (First Nations, born 1845 to John Johnston and an unidentified woman).

– [308] John Spence 16 (son of Joseph Spence), [309] Elise Cook 13 (daughter of James Cook), [310] Julia Stevenson 11 (daughter of James Stevenson), [311] Alfred McKenny (son of James McKenny).

[#4783]

Jacob Sinclair reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 412 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, without a wife. His wife, Isabella, perhaps took scrip.

1-8, a farm

[312-313] Caesar Moore (Métis, born 1826/ 1828 to #3166 John Moore and Clemence/ Clemetina Ross) married Margaret Cummings (Métis, born 1827 to #991 Robert Cummings and an unidentified First Nations woman)

– [314-317] Clementine 12, John 10, Charles 8, Marguerite 5, [318] Eliza Louisa 3.

[#3165]

In his affidavit of 1875, Caesar Moore described himself as a farmer.

[1-8?]

Edmund/ Edmond Stevenson (Métis, born 1810; deceased) married [319] Susan/ Sussette Cadotte (Métis, born 1820)

– [320] John Stevenson 25.

[#4480]

Widow Edmond Stevenson was named as No. 424 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 2 sons.

1-8

[321-322] John Clement/ Clements (First Nations, born 1847 to William Clement and an unidentified woman) married Helen Stevenson (Métis, born 1848 to Edward Stevenson and Susan).

– [323] Andy 9 (Metis son of Edward Stevenson)

[#804]

Named as No. 77 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 1 daughter.

1-8

[331-332] Roderick Stevenson (First Nations, born 1847 to #4877 John Stevenson and Betsy) married Marguerite/ Mary Chatelaine/ Chastellaine (born 1850/ 1851 to #787 Narcisse Chatelaine/ Chastellaine and Nancy Finlayson)?

[#4863]

Roderick Stevenson reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 427 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 1 son.

1-8

[?] Lebenson/ Labissoniere (born 1810; deceased?) married [333] Elizabeth (Métis, born 1820).

[#2835]

1-8

[334-335] George Morgan (Métis, born 1810) married Helen (First Nations, born 1820)

– [336-338] Frederick 21, Margaret 18, Caroline 8.

[#2748]

[1-8?]

[339] Helene/ Ellen Whiteford (Métis, born 1841/ 1845 to Joseph Whiteford and Ellen Kennedy)

1-8

[340-341] Adam Kennedy (Métis, born 1810/ 1815 to Jean Baptiste ‘John’ Kennedy and an unidentified woman; brother of Jean Baptiste ‘John’ Kennedy) married Betsy Bird (Métis, born 1825 to William Bird and an unidentified woman).

[#2314]

Adam Kennedy reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 214 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 1 son.

1-8

[342-343] James Johnston/ Johnstone Jr. (First Nations, born 1828 to James Johnston Sr. and an unidentified woman) married Margaret Cochrane (First Nations, born 1835 to Joseph Cochrane and an unidentified woman)

– [344-348] Mordo/ Murdoch 14, Elise/ Eliza 12, Samuel 9, Colin 5, Mathilda Jane 3.

[#2440]

A James Johnstone reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871). A James Johnston “Sr.” was named as No. 174 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Annuity Paylist, with a wife, 4 sons, 2 daughters, and 1 other person in his household. The above James Johnstone appears, however, to have applied for scrip on behalf of his children (in the 1880s?).

1-8

[349]-[350] Antoine/ Anthony/ Antwain Kennedy (First Nations, born 1820 to Jean Baptiste ‘John’ Kennedy and an unidentified woman; brother of Adam Kennedy; died August 1883) married (1847) Sarah ‘Sally’ Erasmus/ Asonas/ Asmus (First Nations, born 1821 to Peter Erasmus/ Asonas and Catherine ‘Kitty’ Budd)

– [351-353] Ann 19, John 15, Catherine 12.

[#1748]

Antoine Kennedy reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871), with his family — except for a son, who instead moved to the ‘Isbister Settlement‘ (later named Prince Albert, SK). Antoine Kennedy was named as No. 213 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 2 daughters. In 1883, widow Sarah Erasmus sought clarification on the disposition of her late husband’s estate. There were “two river lots in all 11 chains frontage by two miles six head of animals, 3 Pigs, a mower, Plough, Harrow, carts &c.” By this time, two of her three surviving daughters (a fourth daughter, Elizabeth, had died at three weeks old, 1 April 1850) had married “non Treaty men.” Presumably one of these was Ann, about whom nothing is known, while the other was Catherine, who had married Antoine Couture — thereby becoming non-treaty and Métis rather than First Nations. The third daughter was Jane, who had married #1861 John Flett “an Indian” (thereby continuing to be First Nations). Jane had received “her share” of her father’s estate at the time of her marriage, consisting of “five chains of land, an ox — a cow and calf,” and continued to reside at St. Peter’s (see immediately below). The son had also received a share, “before he went to Prince Albert.” The Department of Indian Affairs was asked: “are the children who are non treaty entitled to any share of a treaty persons property, and in this case what is to be done with the land”? The Department wanted to clarify whether the land in question was part of the reserve, or owned privately by the Kennedys off reserve. It was determined that the Kennedy property, though originally privately held (by permission from Peguis), lay within the boundaries set for the reserve in 1871. Therefore, although the Indian Act said nothing on the issue, it was the opinion of officials of the Canadian Department of Justice that the widow and the one daughter, being in treaty, were entitled to inherit 1/3 and 2/3 of the land, respectively. They would also be the sole beneficiaries of the rest of the estate, which they were to divide equally. The other two daughters, having married out of treaty, were to inherit nothing.

1-8 [21?]

[354-355] John Flett (First Nations, born 1845 to #1868 Thomas Flett and Isabel) married Jane Mary Kennedy (First Nations, born 1848/ 1849 to Antoine Kennedy and Sarah ‘Sally’ Erasmus/ Asonas/ Asmus)

– [356] John 3.

[#1861]

A John FLett “Jr.” was named as No. 542 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 3 daughters.

In 1903 John Flett wrote to the Department of Indian Affairs proposing changes to his title to property. The land in question had originally belonged to his father-in-law, Antoine Kennedy. Jane Mary Kennedy had inherited part of the land (2/3) at the time of her father’s death and her mother inherited the rest. Eventually the mother sold her part to John Flett and Jane Mary Kennedy (making 64 acres in all). John Flett wanted to retain ownership of 30 acres for himself and his wife and exchange (or surrender) 34 acres of “useless land” for “a similar lot of land somewhere on the prairie outside of the reserve. Because he has made up his mind to go farming.” Flett also held title to 7 acres of Sugar Island (the title dating to 1805 and transferred from Charles Flett). It then turned out that Flett had leased some of his property (for $80) to a non-Aboriginal man for building a small fertilizer plant (to which First Nations fishers could sell their fish offal). The Department of Indian Affairs responded that it had doubts as to whether John Flett (if an Indian) could own so much land privately within the reserve, and added that to have title to any land he would have to leave the Band and enfranchise and then homestead land. The Department apparently turned a blind eye to the existence of the outsider-run fertilizer plant being situated on the reserve.

1-8, a farm

[357-358] William Thomas (First Nations, born 1844/ 1845 to John Thomas, Swampy Cree, and Jane, a Métis woman) married Eliza Spence (Métis, born 1842? to John Spence and an unidentified woman)

– [359] Ann 3.

[#990]

William Thomas reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

The “wife and child” of one William Thomas were named as No. 475 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, though no details were entered (absent?).

Another William Thomas was named as No. 496 in the St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist of 1876, but no details were entered (absent?; duplicate entry?).

Additionally, a William Thomas “Jr.” was named as No. 478 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with a wife and son.

Also in 1875, William Thomas applied for scrip, describing himself as a farmer and carpenter. In his application, he explained “I have taken the Treaty but was not aware that by so doing I should deprive myself of the right to the halfbreed grant inasmuch as I was not aware that any such grant had been made.– and in [illegible] when I first became aware of this conveyance I refunded the money I had received and expressed my wish not to be regarded as an Indian. If I had been aware of the halfbreed grant I should not have taken the Treaty and I took it under the [illegible: intimidation?] of the Chief and my parents, who threatened, [illegible: because?] of my refusal, to drive me from the Band. Scrip was granted in 1876.

1-8

[360-361] James Smith (First Nations, born 1825 to #4408 Jacob Smith and Jane McNabb) married Harriet Thomas (First Nations, born 1835 to James Thomas and an unidentified woman)

– [362-366] Gilbert 23, Mariann 16, James 11, Flora 3, Catherine 1.

[#4416]

A James Smith reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

A James Smith “No. 1” was listed as No. 371 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons and 2 daughters.

A James Smith “No. 2” was listed as No. 383 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 4 daughters.

Gilbert Smith took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 433 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 1 son.

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[7?]

[324-325] John Anderson (Swedish, born 1838 to Angus Anderson and an unidentified woman) married Lydia Cook (Métis/ First Nations, born 1845/ 1846 to #945 Samuel Cook and Susanna/ Susannah/ Suzanne/ Susan Short)

– [326-330] Charles 5, Agustin 4, Alfred 3, Olivier 2, Susan 1.

[#85]

The “wife of” John Anderson was named as No. 17 in the 1876 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but without any details (absent?).

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8

[367-368] Thomas Bear Sr. (First Nations, born 1810 to Wapask; died 1892) married Isabel Beardy (First Nations, born 1820)

– [369-372] Isabel 28, Sophie 23, Peter 18, Mary 12.

[#195]

Thomas Bear reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); recorded as No. 28 on the 1875 Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and two daughters.

Peter Bear reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); recorded under his father’s number (28) on the 1875 Annuity Paylist?

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8-17

[373-374] Alexander ‘Alex’ Fielding (Métis/ First Nations, born 1840 to #1558 John Fielding and Nancy) married Flora Sanderson (Métis, born 1849 to William Sanderson and [Flora?])

– [375-376] William 7, John 4.

[#1849]

– [377] William (son of Epanec?) 10.

Alexander Fielding was named as No. 110 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with a wife, 2 sons, and 2 daughters.

[8-17?]

William Sanderson/ Sandeson/ Saunders/ Sanders (deceased) married [378] Flora (First Nations, born 1820)

– [379] Sarah 17.

William Sanderson/ Sandeson reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871). A son, Isaac Sanderson, who was a member of the Band under his father’s number (360 in 1891), applied to transfer to Chief Gaha’s Band, Rainy Lake (Treaty 3), in 1891. The request was granted by the Department of Indian Affairs (after some confusion about who Isaac was, because his name did not appear separately on the paylist).

8-17

[380-381] James Ashim/ Asham/ Ashan Sr. (Métis, born 1815 to Pierre Asham and an unidentified woman) married Elizabeth Bear (First Nations, born 1815 to Jacob Bear and an unidentified woman)

– [382-386] Nathaniel 18, William ‘Willy’ 16, Mariann 11, Rachel 9, Edith 5.

[#127]

James Asham Sr. reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 5 in the 1876 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with an unidentified woman and 5 children.

Nathaniel Asham reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

Willy Asham reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871). William Asham was named as No. 24 in the 1876 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with an unidentified woman and 1 child.

8-17

[387-388] Charles Pratt (First Nations, born 1826) married Catherine Stevenson (First Nations, born 1837 to John Stevenson and an unidentified woman)

– [389-390] Agnes 4, Thomas 2.

[#3973]

– [391] Rachel Kennedy 12.

Charles Pratt reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 344 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 1 daughter.

8-17

[392-393] Thomas Stevenson (First Nations, born 1840 to Robert Stevenson and an unidentified woman) married Mary Asham (First Nations, born 1845 to James Asham and an unidentified woman).

[#4866]

A Thomas Stevenson reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871). A Thomas Stevenson “Jr.” was named as No. 442 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with a wife.

8-17

Charles Asham (born 1781; died 1841) married [394] Ann (First Nations, born 1790).

[#129]

8-17

[395-396] Francis/ Francois Sinclair (First Nations, born 1820) married Maria Sinclair (First Nations, born 1830 to John Sinclair and an unidentified woman)

– [397-400] William 15, John 13, Andre 12, Alexandre 1.

[#4782]

Francis Sinclair reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 376 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 3 sons.

8-17 [34-41? 233?]

[401-402] [Rev.] Edward Thomas (First Nations/ Métis, born 1844 to #4672 James Thomas [at one time No. 394 of the St. Peter’s Band] and Harriet) married Elizabeth Sinclair (Métis, born 1846 to #4388 William Sinclair and Elizabeth Anderson)

– [403] Jessie 3.

[#4671]

Edward Thomas reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871). In about 1872/ 1874, he withdrew from treaty, with the intention of homesteading.

In 1888, ‘Rev.’ Edward Thomas laid claim to a park lot, of 21 and 2/3 acres, beyond the “inner two miles” at St. Peter’s. [On park lots, and the inner and outer two miles of Red River properties, see “A Child’s World: the Red River Family Farmstead,” in Chapter 2 of A Casualty of Colonialism: Red River Métis Farming, 1810-1870, as well as Chapter 4, “The Pastoral turns Political: On the Hay Privilege, Red River’s Distinctive Farm-hold.”] The lot had been surveyed in 1876 [see map]. The park lot was described by one official as having “the greater portion of enclosure … cultivated; good fence; [soil] broken 12 years” (Thomas also supplied his own description in 1891). Thomas was described as: “does not take treaty; is enumerated as a Half-Breed.” In 1872, he had “applied for 160 acres as a homestead covering this park.” As of 1888, Thomas still held the 40 acres (of inner and outer 2-mile land) on which he had “erected a house and a barn,” and had a “wood lot”, and still wanted the entire 160 acre claim to be recognized by the Department of Indian Affairs of the Department of the Interior. One official of the Department(s) argued Thomas was entitled to only about 21 acres as a grant under the [revised] Manitoba Act, but could purchase the 20 or so acres on which his house and barn were located at the price of $1 per acre. Another official thought that Thomas should be allowed to homestead (purchase) the full 160 acres. The question, of what Edward Thomas was entitled to, was put before the Exchequer Court (Regina vs. William Thomas), and a decision reached c. 1891: Edward Thomas’ patent of 1887 was valid [though the patent itself, describing the extent of land, seems to have been elusive]. The Department of the Interior/ Indian Affairs then ‘re-considered’ the matter: Thomas was described as “a non treaty man”; his history of ownership and farming was disputed; the size of the lot to which he was entitled was described as smaller (anywhere from 5 to 30 acres), with a portion of any 160 acre claim running over land belonging to Abraham Thomas; after leaving treaty Edward Thomas had purchased land from Mrs. Beads who was in treaty; in 1878 he had received a patent to land beyond what he was entitled to, because half of it had belonged to his father, who, having taken treaty, was not entitled to leave it to his son (c. 1864?) in a will; recognizing “fictitious” claims was not in the best interest of the Department of Interior/ Indian Affairs. In 1893, one departmental official decided Edward Thomas was entitled to 21 acres. Another official objected that this was unreasonable, unfair, and not in accord with law. The internal, intra-departmental bickering continued — much to the exasperation of officials in favour of Thomas’ claim. By 1901 the issue had still not been settled and the Band Council of St. Peter’s Reserve were complaining that Edward Thomas had no right to their lands (all of which were being whittled away by this point). By 1905, it was alleged that Edward Thomas had sold the park lot to a “non treaty man of Selkirk” and that “the Indians are restless over the matter.” It is not clear from the documents consulted (73 pages) whether the issue was ever resolved.

8-17

[404-405] James Thomas (First Nations, born 1810 to Thomas Thomas) married Harriet (First Nations, born 1815/ 1830)

– [406] Jane 20.

[#4672]

James Thomas reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 474 in the St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 2 daughters.

8-17

[407-408] Joseph Thomas (First Nations, born 1845 to John Thomas) married Charlotte (First Nations, born 1847)

– [409] Edward 2.

[#4858]

Joseph Thomas reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 484 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 1 son.

Another Joseph Thomas was named as No. 499 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but with no details entered (absent?; duplicate entry?).

8-17

[410-411] Charles Stevenson (First Nations, born 1840 to John Stevenson) married Caroline Johnston (First Nations, born 1848 to #2441 Jeremie Johnston and Elizabeth)

[#4890]?

Charles Stevenson reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 418 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 1 son.

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16

Thomas Cook (born 1837; deceased) married [422] Nancy McKay (First Nations, born 1837 to William McKay and an unidentified woman)

– [423-424] James 15, Mary 8.

[#831]

Nancy was named as a widow, No. 78 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 1 son and 1 daughter.

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16-17

[415-416] [Hon.?] John Sinclair (First Nations, born 1835 to James Sinclair and an unidentified woman) married Jane Daniel (First Nations, born 1837 to John Daniel and Jane Rose)

– [417-421] John 14, Marguerite 12, Thomas 9, Elizabeth 4, Arabella 2.

[#4786]

A John Sinclair reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

One John Sinclair was named as No. 368 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 3 sons, and 3 daughters.

Another John Sinclair was named as No. 415 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with a wife, 2 sons, and 1 daughter.

Yet another John Sinclair was named as No. 463 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered (absent?; duplicate entry?).

In addition, a John J.P. Sinclair was named as No. 410 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered (absent?).

It is possible that the John Sinclair of the Legislative Assembly of Assiniboia was not the #4786 John Sinclair above, but was instead [193] John Sinclair (First Nations, born 1825) who was listed as living in St. Clement’s Parish for the Archibald census conducted in the fall of 1870; or even [166] John Sinclair (Métis, born 1834) listed as living in St. Andrew’s Parish. Less likely, but still possible, candidates include [2489] John Sinclair (Métis, born 1820) of St. Francois-Xavier Parish, or his son [2492] John Sinclair of the same parish.

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17

Jeremie Johnston (born 1818 to #2442 [sic: seems unlikely due to dates]; died 1865) married [412] Elizabeth (First Nations, born 1820)

– [413] David 16, [414] Jeremie 9.

[#2441]

A Jeremiah Johnston was named as No. 167 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but with no details entered (absent? deceased?)

A David Johnston reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

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16-31 [Owned other property; listed in census at St. Pauls (see entry there for lots 42-44)

[1416] Rev. Charles C. Cook (Métis, born 1805/ 1815/ 1818 to #947 William Hemmings Cook and one of his wives, possibly Mith-coo-coo-man-E’Squew/ Mary Cocking; died 1869? 1881?) married Catherine Anderson (Métis, born 1825 to #82 James Anderson and Mary Demoran; deceased); married Mary Ann Lyons (Métis, born 1818 to #3008 John Lyons and Margaret Kippling; died 1840); married [432] Nancy (First Nations, born 1810; separated?).

– [1417-1419] Charles 21, Willhelmina 16/ 17, Joseph 12/ 13.

[#833]

See also genealogy; and Raymond M. Beaumont, “Origins and Influences: The Family Ties of the Reverend Henry Budd,” Prairie Forum (Fall 1992).

[16-31?]

[425-426] Francois/ Francis Anderson (Métis/ First Nations, born 1835 to #95 William Anderson and Nancy Saunders) married Anne Cook (First Nations, born 1834/ 1840 to #833 Rev. Charles Cook and Mary Ann Lyons)

– [427-431] Francois/ Francis 11, Ann 8, Thomas 5, William 2, Mary 1.

[#75]

[432] Nancy (First Nations, born 1810; wife of #833 Rev. Charles Cook; “widow”/ separated?)

[#833]

16-31

[433-434] Henry Edinburck (Non-Aboriginal, born 1814 to John Edinburck and an unidentified woman) married Catherine Star (Métis, born 1820 to James Star and an unidentified woman).

[#1167]

[16-31?]

[435-436] Joseph Pakon [Paquin?] (First Nations, born 1820 to Old Pakon and an unidentified woman) married Marie (First Nations, born 1835 to Masinikejak)

– [437-438] Mary 3, Genevieve 1.

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31

[439-440] John Thomas Sr. (Métis, born 1820 to James Thomas and an unidentified woman) married Jane Tom (First Nations, born 1825 to Jacques Tom and an unidentified woman)

– [441-445] Abraham 21, Isaac 19, Catherine 16, Jane 14, Jacob 12, [446-447] Betsy 10, Henri 7.

[#4674]

John Thomas Sr. reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

A John Thomas “Sr.” was named as No. 480 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 2 daughters.

A John Museau Thomas was named as No. 477 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 3 sons, and 3 daughters.

Another John Thomas was named as No. 500 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with a wife, 1 son (2?; erased?), and 2 daughters (duplicate entry?).

Abraham ‘Abram’ Thomas reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 502 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 1 son.

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[31-46?]

[448-449] Rev. Abraham Cowley (Englander, born 1815 to Robert Cowley and Mary) married Arabella Sainsbury (Englander, born 1822 to James Sainsbury and an unidentified woman)

– [450-451] Emma 6, Beatrice 4.

– [452] William Hope 15 (Métis, son of John Hope and an unidentified woman).

A William Hope was named as No. 157 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

31-46

[453-454] James Stevenson (First Nations, born 1840 to Samuel Stevenson and an unidentified woman) married Mary Beardy (First Nations, born 1835).

[#4860]

James Stevenson reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 385 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, 1 daughter, and 1 other person.

31-46

[455] Joseph ‘Joe’ Cameron Sr. (First Nations, born 1797)

– [459] Kiwitawwitamok 55, [456] Marguerite 29.

– [457] Mary Elizabeth Watt 3 (Métis, daughter of Alexander Watt)

– [460-461] Kakikitod assin 8, Omashkoo Kese 4 (Métis orphaned children)

[#652]

Joseph Cameron reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist as No. 56, with wife and 1 son.

A Margaret Cameron was named as No. 59 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, as a “wife” (but no husband listed), with 1 son and 1 daughter,

46

Dougal Cameron (born 1770; deceased) married [458] Maria Lesperance (First Nations, born 1770 to Pashanakamon)

[#640]

Maria was named as a widow, No. 232 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[46?]

[462] Akki-wins/ Akewanse (First Nations, identified as male, born 1820 to Otchhimin)

The widow of Akewanse was named as No. 25 of the 1876 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

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46-56

[463-464] John Peter Jr. (Métis, born 1848 to John Peter Sr. and an unidentified woman) married Arabella McKenzie (Métis, born 1849 to Alexander McKenzie and an unidentified woman)

– [465] Joseph 2.

– [466-467] Margaret 13, Mary Jane 5 (daughters of John Peter Sr.)

[#3916]

[462] Jane Peter (Métis, born 1830 to Joseph Cameron)

One John Peter [Sr.?] was named as No. 333 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with a wife, 3 sons, and 1 daughter.

A second John Peter [Jr.?] was named as No. 335 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with a wife, 1 son, and 1 daughter.

[46-56?]

[468-469] Jacob Mode (Métis, born 1850 to Edward Mode) married Sara Spence (Métis, born 1852 to Thomas Spence and an unidentified woman)

[46-56?] [originally of St. Boniface]

Jean ‘Baptiste’ Roy/ Roi (Born 1783 to Vincent Roy (I) and Josepha Ogiwens?; deceased) married [470] Marguerite Baptiste (First Nations, born 1788/ 1790 to OKaptiwon; RC)

[#4266]

A ‘Widow Roy’ was named as No. 357 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

W.L. Morton, Manitoba, 480 n. 17, notes Jean Baptiste Roi stated in 1820, “For twelve years past I have cultivated a piece of ground of my own [on the east bank of the Red opposite the mouth of the Assiniboine]. … I used to sell the produce to the gentlemen of the North West Company or of the Hudson’s Bay Company”

See also Jean Baptiste Roy, quoted in Andrew Amos ed., Report of Trials in the Courts of Canada, Relative to the Destruction of the Earl of Selkirk’s Settlement on the Red River; with observations (London: John Murray, 1820), 142.

46-56

[471-472] Francois Roy (Métis, born 1820/1823 to Vincent Roy  (II) and Elizabeth Lacombre?; RC) married Marguerite Pakon [Paquin?] (First Nations, born 1830; RC)

– [473-476] Susan 12, Marie 8, Sara 5, Elise 2 (RC)

[#4244]

[46-56?]

[477] Cecile Robert (First Nations, born 1846 to J. Robert and an unidentified woman)

– [478] Marguerite Truthwaite 2 (daughter of Thomas Thruthwaite)

46-56

[479-480] Charles Sinclair (Métis, born 1842 to Robert Sinclair and an unidentified woman) married Victoria Thomas (Métis, born 1844 to Alexander Thomas and an unidentified woman)

– [481-482] Robert 4, John 2.

[#4762]

Charles Sinclair was named as No. 429 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 4 sons.

Alfred Sinclair (born 1871 to Charles Sinclair) was a member (No. 328 c. 1892) of the St. Peter’s Band, but applied to be enfranchised (one way to withdraw from Treaty 1) in 1892. With the application, Indian Agent A. Muckle included the statement: “He is an intelligent young man twenty one years of age; his moral character etc. is on an average of other young men of his age. … I would most respectfully ask whether under the present act it is worth while for him to try and become enfranchised, as none of the Clergymen (they are all newcomers) Magistrates etc. know the young man personally for the last five years, and therefore could not give a certificate under oath as required. As you are no doubt aware, the Chiefs and Councillors are very conservative and will do their utmost to put a stop to any one getting enfranchised, for a person would have to be almost more than human, who could pass through such an ordeal, as having the eyes of Clergymen, or Magistrates, the Band of Indians to which he belongs and the Indian Department on him for the space of eight years, or more, without fault being found by some of them in some way, which would invalidate his claim to be enfranchised, and receive a patent for say thirty two acres of land, which land strange to say would not be his, as he could not sell it. —

All the treaty man would gain, after being out as it were on a ticket of leave for eight ten or fifteen years (If he could pass muster) would be that he was an intelligent voter and had a patent for thirty two acres which he could not sell.

I may inform you that the young men of my Agency [Clandeboye], who have attended school, who have worked in the lumber woods, on steam boats and Railways etc, are beginning in a quiet way not to like to be Indians, this is particularly so, amongst the Halfbreeds portion of the bands, who like young Sinclair would like to be able to leave the band and homestead land outside the reserve.”

46-56

William Flett (born 1826; died 1865) married [483] Mary Kirkness (Métis, born 1826 to Andrew Kirkness and an unidentified woman)

– [484-487] Charles 21, Andrew 16, Maria 13, George 6.

[#1825]

Charles Flett reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 126 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Paylist, with a wife and 1 son.

46-56

[488-489] John Hope (First Nations, born 1840 to Joseph Hope and an unidentified woman) married Jane Flett (Métis, born 1847 to William Flett and an unidentified woman)

– [490-491] Mary 4, Elizabeth 2.

[#2166]

John Hope was named as No. 153 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 2 daughters.

[46-56?]

[492-493] Donald Cummings (Métis, born 1841/ 1842 to William Cummings or #991 Robert Cummings and Clementine Harper?) married Sarah Johnston (Métis, born 1843 to #2424 William Johnston and Margaret)

– [494] Alexander 2.

[#990]

– [495] Priscilla 9 (daughter of William Cochrane and an unidentified woman)

46-56

[502-503] John Lefoi/ Lefoy Clemens/ Clemons/ Clements (American, born 1846; trader at Le Pas) married Margaret Bear (Métis, born 1849/ 1850 to #138 John Bear and Catherine Erasmus) and Helen Stevenson (Métis, born 1848 to #4480 Edmond Stevenson and Susette Cadotte)

– [504-505] Esther 4, Leonard 1.

[#803]

See also genealogy, with additional children.

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56

[513-514] Peter Stevenson (First Nations, born 1830 to William Stevenson and an unidentified woman; [died c. 1868? but recorded in the census]) married Margaret Ballendine/ Ballenden/ Bellendine (Métis, born 1835 to William Ballenden and an unidentified woman)

– [515-518] Samuel 17, Mary Elizabeth 10, Margaret 4, Roderick 2.

[#4862]

Peter Stevenson reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 374 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist with wife, 2 sons, and 3 daughters.

Samuel Stevenson reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); perhaps named as No. 552 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with a wife.

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56-74

[519] Samuel Stevenson Sr. (First Nations, born 1790 to John Stevenson and an unidentified woman) married Mary (born 1817, died 1855).

[#4864]

– [520] Mary 8 (daughter of Thomas Stevenson and an unidentified woman)

Samuel Stevenson Sr. reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 382 of the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, alone.

56-74

[521-522] Peter Smith (First Nations, born 1830 to Jacob Smith and Jane McNab) married Mary McNab (Métis, born 1840 to John McNab and an unidentified woman)

– [523-526] Benjamin 11, Jacob 9, David 6, John 3.

[#3498]

Peter Smith reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 373 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 4 sons, and 1 daughter.

[56-74?]

[Jacob?] Smith (deceased) married [527] Jane (First Nations, born 1800 to Napaskey)

56-74

[528-529] Morrison Waste (First Nations, born 1830 to Peter Waste and an unidentified woman) married Maria Thomas (First Nations, born 1840 to Thomas Thomas and an unidentified woman)

– [530-534] George 12, Rachel 12, Hector 7, Mathilde 4, Christine 1.

[#5227]

56-74

[535-536] John Thomas (First Nations, born 1820 to Kanakaney) married Jane William (Métis, born 1825 to George? William and an unidentified woman)

– [537-542] Francois 21, John 19, David 15, Marian 12, Arabella 8, Nancy 6.

[#4888]

John Thomas reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

A John Museau Thomas was named as No. 477 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 3 sons, and 3 daughters.

56-74

[543-544] Isaac Asham (First Nations, born 1845 to #1270 James Asham an an unidentified woman) married Mathilda Thomas (Métis, born 1846 to #4887 John Thomas and Jane)

 – [545-546] Elise 4, Mathilda 1.

[#128]

Isaac Asham reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

56-74

[547-548] Andrew Spence (First Nations, born 1838 to William Spence and an unidentified woman) married Jane Harper (Métis, born 1838/ 1840 to Magnus Harper and an unidentified woman)

– [549-550] Thomas 11, Sophie 2.

[#3675]

Andrew Spence reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 377 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons.

56-74

[551-552] George Narven (Métis, born 1826/ 1840 to George Narven and an unidentified woman) married Jane Cochrane (Métis, born 1840 to Joseph Cochrane and an unidentified woman)

– [553-556] Isaac 17, James 8, Emma 5, Margaret 2.

[#3560]

56-74

[557] Narcisse Chatelaine/ Chatillian Sr. (Métis, born 1821 to #789 Nicholas Chatelaine and Nancy Chartier; RC) married Nancy Finlayson (born 1815 to #1563, died 1869) and Fanny Hourie (born 1852).

– [558-562] Marie 18, Nancy 16, David 12, Flora 7, William 4.

[#787]

Narcisse Chatelaine/ Chatillian Sr. reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

56-74

[563-564] Narcisse Chatelaine Jr. (Métis, born 1844/ 1845 to #787 Narcisse Chatelaine and Nancy Finlayson) married Sara Spence (Métis, born 1849 to George Spence or #4432 Joseph Spence and Sally Jefferson?)

– [565-566] Elizabeth 3, Margaret 1.

[#786]

Narcisse Chatelaine/ Chatllian Jr. reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

A Narcisse Chatelain was named as No. 88 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered next to the name (absent?).

56-74

[567-568] James Bird (born 1848 to #382 James Bird and an unidentified woman) married Lisette/ Eliza Finlayson (Métis, born 1848/ 1849 to #1562 Hector Finlayson and Lisette?).

[#384]

56-74

[569-570] John Williamson (Scottish, born 1833 to Robert Williamson and an unidentified woman) married Anne Norquay (Métis, born 1845 to Henry Norquay and an unidentified woman)

– [571-572] Henry 6, Joseph 3.

[#5259]

56-74

Samuel Arcrow/ Halcrow (First Nations; deceased) married [573] Margaret (First Nations, born 1830 to Mathua)

– [574] Thomas 22, [575-578] Joseph 18, Finnia 14, Elizabeth 8, Magnus 2.

[#108]

Margaret was named as the widow of Samuel Halcrow, No. 146 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 2 sons and 3 daughters [sic: transposed, should be 3 sons and 2 daughters].

[56-74?]

[579-580] Henry Norquay (Métis, born 1809 to Nomey [sic: Omie?] Norquay and an unidentified woman) married Mary Macman (Métis, born 1814 to James Macman and an unidentified woman)

– [581-587] Mariann 24, Henry 22, George 21, Thomas 14. David 12. Jane 7.

– [588] John J. 9 (son of Henry Macman and an unidentified woman).

56-74

[589-590] Angus Prince (First Nations, born 1830 to WeskipaKikikoo) married Mary Stevens (First Nations, born 1840 to William Stevens and an unidentified woman)

– [591-594] James 17, Elizabeth 14, John 13, Elise 12.

[#4055]

Angus Prince reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 324 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

56-74

[595-596] Samuel Cook (First Nations, born 1840/ 1847 to #934 William Cook and Charlotte Spence) married Elizabeth Folster (Métis, born 1847 to William Folster and an unidentified woman)

– [597] Ann 1.

[#830]

Named as No. 80 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 2 daughters.

56-74

[598-599] Joseph Norquay (Métis, born 1840/ 1841 to #3756 Omie Norquay and Jane Morwick) married Jessie Miller (Métis, born 1852 to Robert Miller and an unidentified woman)

– [600-601] Robert 3, Mary 1.

[#3751]

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74

[602-603] George Stevenson (First Nations, born 1848) married Mary Kennedy (First Nations, born 1849/ 1850 to John Kennedy and an unidentified woman).

[#4859]

George Stevenson reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 384 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 1 son.

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[74-83?]

[604-605] Thomas Hope (First Nations, born 1820), HBC boatman (1844-1851) married Sara Spence (First Nations, born 1822 to William Spence and an unidentified woman)

– [606] Christine 18, [607-612] Sara 16, Mariann 14, Arthur 11, Jane 7, Francoise 4, Henri 2.

[#2163]

Thomas Hope was named as No. 145 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 5 daughters.

[74-83?]

[613] William Spence (First Nations, born 1790 to Jacques Spence)

– [614] Joseph Spence 30.

[#3687]

William Spence reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 428 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

Joseph Spence reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871). A Joseph Spence was named as No. 431 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 6 daughters.

[74-83?]

[615-616] Magnus Harper (First Nations, born 1835 to Magnus Harper and Margaret ‘Peggy‘ LaPierre; HBC cooper 1849-1859), married Mary Anne Flett (Métis, born 1844/ 1846 to #1608 William Flett and Mary Curtner/ Curtnis)

– [617-619] Mary Elizabeth 7, Magnus 3, John 2.

[#2130]

Magnus Harper reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 141 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 3 sons, and 2 daughters.

[74-83?]

[620] Michel Cadotte/ Cadot (Métis/ First Nations, born 1811 to #616 Laurent Cadotte and Betsy Williams) married Nancy Cochrane (Métis, born 1820) and/ or [621] Nancy (First Nations, born 1810 to Old Bear and an unidentified woman)

– [622] James 12.

[#619]

A Michel Cadot was named as No. 58 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but without a wife or children.

[74-83?]

[623-624] William Bear (Métis/ Cree First Nation from Cumberland House, born 1836 to #241 David Bear and an unidentified woman), married Mary (First Nations, born 1832/ 1840)

– [625-628] Albert 12, Alexander 10, William 4, Nancy 1.

[#201]

This is possibly No. 32 of the St. Peter’s Band (1875), William Bear Jr. who received annuities for 3 sons and 3 daughters.

[74-83?]

[629-630] Philip Thomas (First Nations, born 1832/ 1841 to #4887 John Thomas and Jane) married Sophia Cadotte (Métis, born 1842 to #619 Michel Cadotte and Nancy Cochrane)

– [631-633] Fanny 8, Jeremie 4, Jane 2.

[#4891]

Philip Thomas reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 473 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 4 daughters.

[74-83?]

[634-635] Thomas Harper Jr. (Métis/ First Nations, born 1837 to Magnus Harper and Margaret ‘Peggy‘ LaPierre; HBC employee 1853-1860), married Nancy Prince (First Nations, born 1843 to #4057 George Prince and Nancy Beardy)

– [636-637] George 4, Isaac 2.

[#1794]

Thomas Harper Jr. was named as No. 147 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 5 sons, and 1 daughter.

[74-83?]

[638] George Prince (First Nations, born 1800 to Peguis/ William King and an unidentified woman) married [639] Nancy Beardy (First Nations, born 1820 to James Picédé)

– [640-641] Elise 19, Isabel 16.

[#4057]

George Prince reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871). A George Prince was named as No. 328 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 1 daughter.

[74-83?]

[?] Thomas (deceased) married [642] Sara (First Nations, born 1830)

[74-83?]

[643-644] George Morgan (Métis, born 1835 to George Morgan and an unidentified woman) married Harriet Badger/ Blaireaux (First Nations, born 1838 to Thomas Badger/ Blaireaux and an unidentified woman).

[#2747]

-? [1-6] Mordo 13, William 11, John 9, Abraham 6, Elizabeth 4, Ales/ Alex? 2.

[74-83?]

[7-8] Robert Harper (Métis, born 1840/ 1842 to #2132 Thomas Harper and Eliza Cummings) married Marguerite Thomas (First Nations, born 1845 to Thomas Thomas and an unidentified woman)

– [9-11] Joseph 8/ 9, William Thomas 3/ 6, Mary Ann 1/ 2.

[#2131]

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83

[12-13] Thomas Harper (Métis, born 1807/ 1810 to #2126 John Harper Sr. and an Aboriginal woman) married Elise/ Eliza Cummings (Métis, born 1821 to #991 Robert Cummings and Elizabeth)

– [14-15] William 18, Jane 11.

[#2132]

A William Harper reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 159 of the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

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83-85

[16-17] Philip Monkman (Métis, born 1848 to #3156 Joseph Monkman and Isabel Setter) married Catherine Harper (Métis, born 1849 to Thomas Harper and an unidentified woman).

[#3152]

83-85

[18-19] Henri Priner [sic: Chief Henry Prince/ Miskookenew/ ‘Red Eagle’] (First Nations, born 1815/ 1819 to Peguis/ William King and Victoria) married Sarah Badger/ Blaireaux (First Nations, born 1816 to Thomas Badger/ Blaireaux and an unidentified woman)

– [20-22] William 21, Andre 16, Joseph 9.

[#4073]

“The St. Peter’s Cheiftainship,” Manitoba Free Press (29 April 1876), 5, describes Henry Prince as “confirmed in his chieftainship” in 1871, being “successor to his father Peguis, King William.” Henry Prince was named as No. 311 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with his wife, 1 son, 2 daughters, and his mother.

83-85

Thomas Badger/ Blaireaux (born 1810; deceased?) married [23] Mary (First Nations, born 1810)

– [24] Samuel 24.

[#159]

[25] Victoire Innispikikow (First Nations, born 1790 to Innispikikow) [Victoria, wife of Peguis/ William King?]

A Victoria Peguis was named as No. 341 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were listed (absent?); but see also the entry for Henry Prince, with an entry for his mother as counted as a member of his household in the same 1875 paylist.

83-85

[26-27] Alexander/ Alexandre Parisien (Métis, born 1835 to Jean Baptiste Parisien Jr. and Margaret/ Marguerite Dutempt/ Destempt) married Sarah Prince (First Nations, born 1845 to Henri Priner [sic: Chief Henry Prince/ Miskookenew/ ‘Red Eagle’] and an unidentified woman)

– [28-31] Victoire 7, Henri 5, Anne 3, Joseph 1.

[#3825]

Alexander/ Alexandre Parisien reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 317 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 3 sons, and 2 daughters.

Note: Possibly related to Norbert Parisien (Métis, perhaps born 1844 to Bonaventure/ Laveture Parisien dit Leger and Marguerite, a Saulteux woman, originally of Red Lake), who died after an aggravated assault committed 16 February 1870 by members of the Canadian Party. [See The Three Deaths of the Resistance, this site.]

83-85

[32-33] David Sinclair (First Nations, born 1846 to Francois Sinclair and an unidentified woman) married Nancy Parisien (Métis, born 1846 to Baptiste Parisien and an unidentified woman)

– [34] Masse 3.

[#4781]

David Sinclair was named and No. 407 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 1 daughter.

83-85

[35-36] Pierre/ Peter George (Métis, born 1843 to John George or #1938 Pierre George and Marie Chatelaine?) married Isabella Parisien (Métis/ First Nations, born 1848 to Baptiste Parisien and an unidentified woman; sister to Joseph Parisien who married Catherine Spence; afterwards married Ziba Marple)

– [37] Marie 5.

[#1935]

A Pierre George was named as No. 129 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist (but without wife or children), while a George Pierre was named as No. 331 of the same paylist, but no details were entered (transposition error?).

Note: Isabella rook treaty with the St. Peter’s Band in 1871 (Treaty 1). In 1885, she withdrew from treaty to participate in the “Half Breed grant,” but, allegedly had already received scrip in 1877. Isabella testified, however, that she had never received it, not having ever applied for it, and being out of the country in 1877. The mix up was attributed to a theft of scrip application forms.

83-85

[38-39] Baptiste ‘Old’ Parisien (Métis, born 1810/ 1814; RC) married Marguerite (Métis, born 1826; RC)

– [40-43] John 17, William 15, George 13, Andre 13.

[#3830]

“Old Parisien” reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871). A Baptiste Parisien was named as No. 330 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 6 sons, and 3 daughters.

83-85

[44-45] Edward Kipling (Métis, born 1800) married Nancy (First Nations, born 1810)

– [46] Thomas 12.

[#2300]

An Edward Kipling was named as No. 188 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with a wife.

83-85

[47-48] Louison Rat/ Rat Louison (First Nations, born 1835) married Harriet (First Nations, born 1838 to Takkokweyan)

– [49-51] Anne 12, Joseph 10, Louison 2.

[#3990]

Rat Louison was named as No. 134 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered; and named as No. 360 in the same paylist, with a wife, 2 sons, and 2 daughters.

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85

 [52-53] Joseph Monkman (Métis, born 1836 to Joseph Monkman and an unidentified woman) married Mary Leland (born 1836 to #2907 Richard Leland and an unidentified woman); married Annabella

– [54-57] William 9, Alexander 7, Isabel 5, David, 1.

[#3154]

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87

[506-507] William Henry Prince (First Nations, born 1830 to Westikipitokikos) married Mary Sinclair (First Nations, born 1835 to Francois Sinclair and an unidentified woman)

– [508-509] Sara 16, Jessie 14, [510-512] Frederick 12, William 10, Maria 3.

[#4058]

William Henry Prince reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

A William Henry Prince was named as No. 314 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, but no children.

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85-95

[58] Thomas Ridsdale (Englander, born 1812 to John Ridsdale and an unidentified woman) married [?]

– [59-61] Emma 18, Thomas 10, Marie 7.

[#4078]

85-95

[62]-[63] William Stevenson (Métis/ First Nations?, born 1821 William Stevenson and an unidentified woman) married Marie Spence (Métis, born 1831 to William Spence and an unidentified woman)

– [64-70] William 20, Catherine 17, Marguerite 13, Elise 9, Jane 7, Charles 6, Magnus 3.

[#4869]

A William Stevenson Jr. was named as No. 408 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered (absent?).

85-95

[71-72] Roderick Campbell (Scottish, born 1842 to Malcom Campbell and an unidentified woman) married Jessie McDonald (Métis, born 1846 to #3324 Donald McDonald and Jane Beaudry)

– [73-75] Malcolm 6, Jessie 2, Roderick 1.

[#667]

85-95

[76-77] Alphonse Christianson (Norwegian, born 1825 to Adolph Christianson and an unidentified woman) married Elise Gilliamson (Norwegian, born 1839)

– [78-80] Peter 8, Christine 6, Clara 3.

[#794]

[85-95?]

[81-82] Andre Akopas (First Nations, born 1800 to Otawa and an unidentified woman) married Nancy Prince (First Nations, born 1810 to Chief Picoïs/ Peguis/ William King and an unidentified woman)

– [85] Richard 18.

A Nancy Prince was named as a widow, No. 322 of the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

[85-95?]

[83] Thomas Akopas (First Nations, born 1845 to Andre Akopas and Nancy) married an unidentified woman

– [84] Catherine 1.

[85-95?]

Joseph Akopas (born to Andre Akopas; deceased?) married [86] Sara (First Nations, born 1850)?

– [87-88] Sara 10, Nancy 4.

[85-95?]

[89-90] William Akopas (First Nations, born 1830 to Andre Akopas and an unidentified woman) married Marie Haney/ Hainy/ Heney/ Henney (First Nations, born 1835 to Francois Haney/ Hainy/ Heney/ Henney and an unidentified woman)

– [91-93] Elizabeth 16, Marie 14, George 12, [94-95] Richard 10, Elise 8.

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95 [151-152?]

[96-97] Joseph Monkman Sr. (Métis, born 1810 to #3149 James Monkman and Mary) married Isabel Setter (Métis, born 1816 to Andrew ‘Andie’ Setter and an unidentified woman)

– [98-103] John 39, James 23, Andre 19, Marie 18, Albert 15, Anne 11.

[#3156]

In 1888 Joseph Monkman Sr. requested that the Department of the Interior (a.k.a. Department of Indian Affairs) defend his title at lots 151-152 at St. Peter’s Reserve, purchased from Chief Peguis. The successor to Peguis, Chief Henry Prince, had re-sold the land to his relative, Henry Chief, whose re-married widow and family subsequently moved onto it. Despite Monkman’s objection, they would not leave. The Department declined to become involved in the dispute, on the grounds that privately-held property fell outside its jurisdiction.

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95-97

[104-105] Joseph Moriseau (Métis, born 1830 to John Moriseau and an unidentified woman; RC) married Marie Sauvage (First Nations, born 1835 to Georeg Sauvage and an unidentified woman; RC)

– [106] Thomas 4.

[#3207]

 [95-97?]

[107-108] Windapouowinind (First Nations, born 1845) married AwassikKijiKoK (First Nations, born 1848)

– [109-110] Kitéi Akki 6, Kapâttweattowinind 1.

[95-97?]

[111-112] George (First Nations, born 1810) married Bella (First Nations, born 1830)

– [113-114] Joseph 25, Elise 20.

95-97

[115] John James (First Nations, born 1810) married an unidentified woman.

– [116-119] Thomas John 15, Jane 9, Andre 7, Miles 5.

[#2355]

[95-97?]

[120] Jane Mizritep (First Nations, born 1810)

[121] Anne George (First Nations, born 1852 to George [and Bella?])

95-97

[122-123] William George (First Nations, born 1835 to George [and Bella?]) married Elizabeth John (First Nations, born 1838)

– [124-125] Robert 4, Peter 1.

[#1934]

[95-97?]

[126-127] Jacob Mizritep (First Nations, born 1800) married Marie (First Nations, born 1805)

– [128-130] Marguerite 6, Alex 3, Marie 2.

[95-97?]

[131-132] Joseph Monkman (Métis/ First Nations, born 1830 to James Monkman and Mary [Cree]) married Elizabeth Henderson (Métis/ First Nations, born 1835 to Peter Henderson and an unidentified woman)

– [133-136] Marianne 18, Margaret 15/ 16, Nancy 12, John 7.

Joseph Monkman was named as No. 251 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with a wife, 1 son, and 2 daughters; and later as No. 215 (c. 1890). His daughter, Margaret Halcro, was also a member (No. 215/ 245 c. 1890) of the St. Peter’s Band, but applied to withdraw from Treaty 1 in 1890, to apply for scrip. She stated that she had never personally received an annuity and had supported herself from about age 16 by “being in service,” until she married. She had married William Halcro in 1877 and they had moved (c. 1885) to Halcro Settlement [SK] were they engaged in “farming and livestock raising.” She described herself as “not an Indian and my said husband is not an Indian but a Half Breed and he has been treated … as such.” It was two years before she was notified that her request had been granted.

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97-100

[137-138] George Sanson (Métis, born 1815 to James Sanson and an unidentified woman) married Jane Henderson (Métis, born 1825 to Peter Henderson or #2445 Samuel Henderson and Margaret?) and Sarah Gill (born 1841; deceased?)

– [139-143] Alexander 20, Harriet 16, Jane 18, Grace 14, Catherine 12.

[#4738]

97-100

[144] William Leask (Métis, born 1795 to #2855 Hugh Leask and an unidentified woman) married Mary Cook (Métis, born 1810; deceased?)

– [145] Joseph 15.

[#2854]

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100

[146-147] William Leask Jr. (Métis, born 1839 to #2854 William Leask and Mary Cook) married Anne Cummings (Métis, born 1840 to William Cummings and an unidentified woman)

– [148-154] Sophie 12, William 10, Caroline 8, Marie 6, Alfred 5, Elise 3, Alexander 1.

[#2853]

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100-133

[155-156] James Bird (Métis, born 1824 to #399 William Bird and Bennie Hay) married Isabel Gibson (Métis, born 1829 to #1954 Hugh Gibson and Angelique Chalifoux)

– [157-158] Sophie 15, Charles 10.

[#380]

James Bird reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

100-133

[159-160] Mordo/ Murdock Reed/ Reid (Scottish, born 1835/ 1845 to John Reed/ Reid and an unidentified woman) married Isabel Bird (Métis, born 1850 to James Bird and an unidentified woman)

– [161-162] Catherine 4, John 2.

[#4070]

100-133

[163-164] David Prince (First Nations, born 1840) married Anne (First Nations, born 1842)

– [165-167] Andre 12, William 10, Marie 8.

[#4056]

David Prince was named as No. 119 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 4 sons, 1 daughter.

100-133

[?] married [168] Marie Prince (First Nations, born 1810 to Andaose)

– [169] Josephte Prince (First Nations, born 1842)

[#4062]?

100-133

Joseph Prince (First Nations, born 1842; absent?) married [170] Elizabeth Bird (First Nations, born 1843/ 1845 to Way-way)

– [171-172] Marie 6, Elise 4.

[#4060]

Joseph Prince reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

100-133

[173-174] John Prince (First Nations, born 1830 to Weskepako) married Marguerite (First Nations, born 1830)

[#4061]

Councillor of the St. Peter’s Bandreportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871). John Prince was named as No. 315 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 4 daughters.

[100-133?]

[176] Philip Mosquito (First Nations, born 1845) married [175] Nancy Prince Bird (First Nations, born 1848)

– [177-179] Thomas 9, James 7, Anne 5.

– [180-185] John 19, Letitia 17, Marguerite 15, Marie 10, Catherine 6, Julie 5  (children of Nancy Prince’s first marriage? or her siblings?)

100-133

[186-187] George Spence (Métis, born 1822 to George Spence and an unidentified woman) married Marguerite Stevens (Métis, born 1824 to Samuel Stevens and an unidentified woman)

– [188-192] Alexander 23, Catherine 18, Caroline 11, Charles 6, Elizabeth 3.

[#4432]

A George Spence was named as No. 401 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 2 daughters.

100-133

[193-194] John Donald (Métis, born 1827/ 1830 to #1302 William Donald and Nancy Bollen) married Nancy Firth/ Forth (Métis, born 1830/ 1841 to Thomas Forth and an unidentified woman)

– [195-199] John 13, Elizabeth 11, Marguerite 9, William 6, Sara 2.

[#1301]

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133

[200-201] William Grey Eyes/ Greyeyes (First Nations, born 1805) married Nancy (First Nations, born 1810)

– [202] Witchinepaang 20.

[#2033]

William Greyeyes was named as No. 128 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with a wife, 3 sons, and 2 daughters.

[133?]

[203-204] Kateindin (First Nations, born 1810) married Sara (First Nations, born 1815)

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133-167

[205-206] Thomas Robinson (First Nations, born 1845 to T. Robinson and an unidentified woman) married Isabel (First Nations, born 1848)

– [207-208] John 4, Henry 1.

[#4085]

133-167

[209-210] Robert Robinson (First Nations, born 1835 to Ningapiang and an unidentified woman) married Awassi KyiKok (First Nations, born 1848)

– [211] Pitassmi 4.

[#4207]

133-167

[212-213] Antoine Flett (First Nations, born 1840 to #1868 Thomas Flett and either Nancy or Isabel) married Charlotte (First Nations, born 1845 to Weskipakokost and an unidentified woman)

– [214-217] Edward? 9, Robert 7, William 5, Marie 3.

[#1870]

Antoine Flett was named as No. 109 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with a wife, 5 sons, and 1 daughter.

133-167

[218] John Robinson (First Nations, born 1845 to Ningapiang and an unidentified woman) married [219] Awassi KyiKak (First Nations, born 1850)

– [220-221] Marie 4, Jane 2.

[#4208]

[133-167?]

[222-223] Red Deer (First Nations, born 1790; brother/ nephew of Peguis/ William King?) married Sara Marion (Métis/ First Nations, born 1790)

– [224] John Red Deer 20.

Sara was named as a widow, No. 103, in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

A widow of Red Deer was also named as No. 362 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered (duplicate entry?).

[133-167?]

[225-226] John Vinson/ Vincent (First Nations, born 1838 to SaKapasost) married Marie (First Nations, born 1855 to Grey Eyes)

– [227-228] Albert 4, Elizabeth 2.

– [229] Philip Stevens 18.

– [230] James Stranger 12 (son of Thomas Stranger)

Philip Stevensons reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

133-167, a farm

[231-232] Pierre/ Peter Badger/ Blaireaux (First Nations/ Métis, born 1839 to #159 Thomas Badger/ Blaireaux and Mary) married Harriet/ Therese Sinclair (First Nations, born 1842/ 1845 to Francois/ Francis Sinclair and Maria)

– [233-235] Sara Jane 14, Sophie 8, William 4.

[#158]

Peter Badger reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 42 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details entered (absent?) — probably because, c. 1874, he moved west with his family in company with the families of Joseph ‘Joe’ Badger and John Badger, settling at Isbister Settlement (later named Prince Albert [SK]).

In a declaration of 1881, Peter Badger described himself as a farmer. He withdrew from treaty in 1886.

133-167

[236-237] James Robert Sutherland (Métis/ First Nations, born 1833 to William Sutherland and an unidentified woman) married Marrianne Letty (Métis, born 1853 to James Letty and an unidentified woman)

– [238-241] Alexander 9, Alice 4, Roderic 2, Marguerite 2.

[#4497]

James Robert Suherland reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 419 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

133-167 [on boundary with Scanterbury?]

[267-268] Maragouin (First Nations, born 1820 to Tampi Cassi) married Salé/ Sally (First Nations, born 1825)

[#2718]

133-167

[269-270] William Maragouin (First Nations, born 1842) married Marianne (First Nations, born 1848).

– [271] Elizabeth 15.

[#2715]

133-167

[272-273] [Rev.] James Settee/ Setter/ Letter Sr. (Métis/ First Nations, born 1816 to George Settee/ Setter/ Letter and an unidentified woman) married Sarah Cook (Métis, born 1820 to #940 Joseph Cook and Catherine Sinclair)

– [283-284] George 30, Albert 23, [274-277] Jane 20, Elizabeth Greenle or Settee 16, Leodie/ Lydia 14, Anne 11.

[#2917; #4838]

Rev. James Settee reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871), with his family; named as No. 457 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 4 sons, and 4 daughters.

George Settee was named as No. 422 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered (absent?).

Albert Setter/ Settee reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 432 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

One daughter, who married a McRae, withdrew from treaty in 1886.

A Lydia Settee married a Sutherland and applied to withdraw from treaty in 1884.

A Jane Settee married a Whyte and applied to withdraw from treaty in 1884.

133-167

[278-279] James Setter/ Settee Jr. (Métis, born 1837 to James Settee/ Setter/ Letter and Sara Cook) married Lizzie Todd (Métis, born 1843 to William Todd and an unidentified woman)

– [280] John 4, [281-282] Charles 4, Marie 2.

[#2919; #4840]

James Settee Jr. reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 421 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 3 sons.

133-167

[285-286] John Richard Settee/ Setter (First Nations, born 1845 to James Settee/ Setter and an unidentified woman) married Louise Moore (Métis, born 1846 to John Moore and an unidentified woman)

– [287-289] John 4, Leodie 4, James 2.

[#2915; #4872]

John Richard Settee reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 548 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 3 daughters.

[133-167?]

[290-291] John William Adshead (Englander, born 1844/ 1846 to John Adshead and Mary RidsdaleReidsdale) married Rachel McDonald (Upper Canadian, born 1848 to Laughlin McDonald and Anne)

– [292-294] William 4, Anne 3, Charles 1.

[#30]

[295] Jane Adshead (First Nations [sic], born 1810)

Rachel McDonald Adshead contributed comments to What Women Say of the Canadian North- West, a pamphlet written by Alexander Begg for the Canadian Pacific Railroad and published in 1886.

133-167

[298-299] Thomas Thomas (First Nations, born 1832 to Thomas Thomas and an unidentified woman) married Nancy Sanderson (born 1835 to Role Sanderson and an unidentified woman)

– [296-297] Marianne 11, Simon 8, [300-302] Alexander 7, Albert 5, William 4.

[#4893]

A Thomas Thomas “No.1” was named as No. 471 in the 1875 At. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and 2 sons.

Another Thomas Thomas was named as No 486 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with a wife, 3 sons, and 1 daughter.

[133-167? a farm?]

[?] Smith (deceased) married [303] Ann [‘Nancy’?] Sandison (First Nations, born 1808 to William Sandison and an unidentified woman)

A Widow Ann Smith was named as No. 399 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered (absent? duplicate entry?).

A Widow Nancy Smith was named as No. 434 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 1 son.

133-167

[304-305] James Asham Jr. (First Nations, born 1848 to #127 James Asham and an unidentified woman) married Christine Kennedy (First Nations, born 1849 to #1741 Charles Kennedy and an unidentified woman)

– [306] Marianne 1.

[#126]

James Asham Jr. reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 8 in the 1876 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 1 woman and 2 children.

133-167

[307-308] William Badger/ Blaireaux Jr. (First Nations, born 1820 to William Badger/ Blaireaux and an unidentified woman) married Elise Cook (First Nations, born 1822 to Charles Cook and an unidentified woman)

– [309] Harriet 19.

[#160]

William Badger Jr. reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

Either William Badger Sr. or Jr. might be No. 37 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Paylist, named with a wife, 1 son and 2 daughters.

133-167

[310-311] John Thomas (First Nations, born 1835 to Masane Thomas and an unidentified woman) married Sarah Ballenden (Métis, born 1828 to John Ballenden and an unidentified woman)

– [314-317] Jemima 15, Dolphis 8, Victoire 4, Catherine 2.

[#4532]

A John Thomas “miller”, was named as No. 472 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 3 sons, and 3 daughters.

[133-167?]

Samuel Tate

– [312-313] Sara 20, John 18.

[133-167?]

[318-319] Rev. Henry Cockrane/ Cochrane (First Nations/ Métis, born 1834 to Henry Cochrane/ Cockran/ Corcoran/ Cockian [“possible son” of Mathew Cocking] and an unidentified woman) married Elizabeth Jane Budd (Métis, born 1844 to Rev. Henry Budd and Elizabeth ‘Betsy’ Work) and Mary Gowler (Non-Aboriginal; deceased)

– [320] Arthur H. 3, Emma 1.

– [ 322-323] Marie 18, John 14 (Métis, children of John Moore and an unidentified woman)

– [ 324] Lucie Stoke/ Stokes 7 (Métis, daughter of John Cummings and an unidentified woman [Sarah Stokes?])

Rev. Henry Cochrane reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); appears to be named as No. 67 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist (but no details; absent?).

See also LAC, Rev. Henry Cochrane, Dynevor, Enquires Re Halfbreed Claim of Himself and His Wife Elizabeth Jane Cochrane; “Clandeboye Agency – St. Peter’s Reserve – Reverend Henry Cochrane’s Request for a $350.00 Grant to Rebuild a School House; Northwest Territories – Correspondence Regarding the Salary of the Reverend Henry Cochrane, a Teacher at The Pas, and a List of Indian Schools in Manitoba and the Northwest Territories Showing Dates of Orders In Council Authorizing Them to Receive Grants; Cochrane, Elizabeth Jane (Heir of Henry Budd) – Scrip number 11935 – Amount 40.00$.

133-167

[325] John Columbia (First Nations, born 1810)

[326] Marie 14.

[#820]

John Columbia reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 74 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Paylist (alone, without his daughter).

[133-167?]

Andre Smith (born 1830; absent; deceased?) married [327] Jemima Columbia (Métis, born 1832 to John Columbia and an unidentified woman)

– [328-330] Susanne 11, Marguerite 9, Francois 4.

[#4809]

133-167

[331-332] John A. Spence (First Nations, born 1790/ 1792 to Nay-Match) married Jane Tait (First Nations, born 1795 to Osa-west-ti-kwan; died 1860?).

[#4452]

John A. Spence reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

See “Melancholy Occurrence,” Nor’-Wester (14 January 1860), 2, for a report on the death of John Spence’s wife.

[?]

[333-334] John Passage (First Nations, born 1840 to James Passage and an unidentified woman) married Jane (First Nations, born 1842 to John Spence and an unidentified woman)

– [335-336] Marie 6, Nancy 4.

– [337] Julie 18 (daughter of John Spence)

John Passage was named as No. 318 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 1 daughter. As member No. 269 (in 1891) of the St. Peter’s Band he applied to transfer to the Lake St. Martins Band in 1891, to which he had already relocated, for the reasons that “while I was living at St. Peters Band I seen plenty of liquir and I knew that it was going to hurt me Spiritually. and again I knew that I was going to be misled by women.” The Department of Indian affairs refused the request.

133-167

[338-339] Olaff Olsen (Danish, born 1836 to Olaff Olsen and an unidentified woman) married Marthe Johnston (First Nations, born 1848 to John Johnston and an unidentified woman)

– [340-341] Elvire 4, John 2.

[#4040]

133-167

[342-343] Duncan Travers/ Traveller (First Nations, born 1838 to John Traveller and an unidentified woman) married Fanny Thomas (Métis, born 1845 to Thomas Thomas and an unidentified woman)

– [344-345] Flora 10, Joseph 3.

[#4714]

Duncan Travers was named as No. 482 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 2 daughters.

133-167

[?] Stevens.

[#4857]

133-167

[496-497] John James Tate/ Tait Sr. (First Nations, born 1822 to James Tait and an unidentified woman) married Jane William (First Nations, born 1835 to William William and an unidentified woman; died c. 1879)

– [498-501] John 16, Lizzie 13, William 12, Alex 8.

[#4922]

John James Tate was named as No. 490 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered (absent?; duplicate entry?).

John George Tate was named as No. 491 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered (absent?).

A John Tait took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 476 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Annuity Paylist, with wife, 2 sons, and 3 daughters.

John Tait Jr. later withdrew from treaty— as apparently did his other children. John Tait Sr. died, still a member of the St. Peter’s Band, leaving an estate c. 1899. He was survived by a daughter (who had married a “non treaty man” named West and was then withdrawn from treaty) and an adopted son (William Robert Stevenson). Although John Tait Sr. had intended to leave everything to his adopted son, with whom he had lived, the Department of Indian Affairs decided that Tait’s estate had reverted to the crown.

133-167 [not listed in census]

Thomas ‘Old’ Flett (First Nations, born 1810; deceased?) married Nancy (First Nations, born 1817, died 1855); married Isabel (First Nations, born 1802)

– Thomas 23, Charles 21, David 19.

[#1868]

“Old” FLett reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

Charles Flett reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

133-167 [not listed in census]

Joseph Flett (First Nations, born 1830) married Harriet (First Nations, born 1838)

– Marie 18, Andre 15, Jean-Baptiste 12, Joseph 7, Sara 3.

[#1874]

The widow of Joseph Flett was named as No. 114 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered (absent?).

133-167 [not listed in census]

John Moore (Métis, born 1836) married Matilda (born 1838).

[#3130]

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167

[346-347] Levy/ Levi Stranger (First Nations, born 1844 to #4912 Robert Stranger and Nancy Bear) married Marguerite Hope (Métis, born 1842/ 1845 to John Hope and an unidentified woman)

– [348] Harriet 2.

[#4910]

Levi Stranger reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 423 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 1 daughter.

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167-175

[349-350] George Gladman (First Nations, born 1795) married Bethsy (First Nations, born 1800).

[#1972]

George Gladman reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 130 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

167-175

John Stevenson Sr. (First Nations), married to an unidentified woman.

– [351-353] Nancy 25, William 21, Bella 20.

[#4867]?

John Stevenson Sr. reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 411 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with a wife, 1 son, and 2 daughters.

An Isabella Stevenson, who was a member of the St. Peter’s Band, apparently withdrew from treaty (Treaty 1), in 1886 (though Stevenson might have been her marrried name, and she apparently moved to the Brokenhead reserve to live with a new husband).

167-175

[354-355] John Johnston/ Johnstone (First Nations, born 1825 to James Johnston/ Johnstone and an unidentified woman) married Marguerite Stevenson (Métis, born 1846 to John Stevenson and an unidentified woman)

– [356-358] Nancy 13, Helene 10, Harriet 2.

[#2337]

John Johnstone reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 172 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 3 sons, and 4 daughters.

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171

[400-401] Alexander Thomas (First Nations, born 1815) married Marie Stevenson (First Nations, born 1845 to Jacques Stevenson and an unidentified woman)

– [402-408] Marguerite 24, Jane 16, Bethsy 15, Albert 13, John 11, Nancy 9, Roderique 3.

[#4547]

Alexander Thomas was named as No. 479 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 3 sons, and 3 daughters.

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171-174

[409-410] Alexander Cochrane (First Nations, born 1845 to #811 Joseph Cochrane and Emma) married Nancy Harper (First Nations, born 1843 to Magnus Harper and an unidentified woman)

– [411-412] Alexander 3, Alice 1.

[#810]

Alexander Cochrane reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

171-174

Joseph Cochrane (born 1802, died 1862) married [413] Emma (First Nations, born 1810 to Ke-ta-ki-kwo-nep)

– [414] John 36, [415-416] Adam 20, Anne 18.

[#811]

Adam Cochrane reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

[171-174?]

[417-418] Jean Baptiste Adam (Métis, born 1820 to Baptiste Adam and an unidentified woman) married Nancy (First Nations, born 1825 to A-nang-gwe)

[#15]

Baptiste Adah (sic: Adam) reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 10 in the 1876 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with 1 woman.

171-174

[419-420] Joseph Cameron (Métis/ First Nations, born 1842 to #652 John Cameron and an unidentified woman) married Marie Adam (Métis, born 1844 to #27 Jean Baptiste Adam and Magdeleine Lamire; RC)

– [421-424] Marguerite 12, Marie 10, Elise 8, Sara 2.

[#649]

A Joseph Cameron “Jr.” was named as No. 76 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with a wife, 1 son, and 5 daughters.

[171-174?]

[425-426] James Star (First Nations, born 1820 to John Star and an unidentified woman) married Marie Cameron (Métis, born 1822 to Jos. Cameron and an unidentified woman)

– [427-429] Christine 19, Elizabeth 10, James 1.

James Star reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

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171-175

[364-365] Alexander ‘Alex’ Kennedy (Métis, born 1847 to #1750 John Kennedy and Marguerite) married Marguerite Dennet (Métis, born 1850 to William Dennett and an unidentified woman)

– [366-368] William 4, Alexander 3, John 1.

[#1745]

Alex Kennedy reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 200 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 4 sons, and 1 daughter; but withdrew from treaty in 1885.

171-175

[369-370] John George Kennedy (Métis/ First Nations, born 1810 to George Kennedy and an unidentified woman) married Marguerite (Métis, born 1820).

[#1750]

John G. Kennedy reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 199 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, but no details were entered (absent?).

171-175

[371-372] Andre/ Andrew Kennedy (Métis, born 1830 to George Kennedy and an unidentified woman) married Marie Cochrane (Métis, born 1840 to Joseph Cochrane and an unidentified woman)

– [373-375] John 8, Marie 6, Emma 4, [376-377] Jane 2, Sara 1.

[#1746]

171-175

[378-379] John Stevenson Jr. (First Nations, born 1845/ 1847 to John Stevenson Sr. and an unidentified woman) married Elizabeth Daniel (First Nations, born 1847/ 1850 to James Daniels and an unidentified woman)

– [380] Caroline 2.

[#4861]

John Stevenson Jr. reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 375 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 3 sons, and 1 daughter.

[171-175?]

[387] A person who refused to give a name

– five children

171-175

[388-389] Thomas Harper (First Nations, born 1846) married Julie Stevenson (First Nations, born 1848 [to #4864 Samuel Stevenson and Mary?])

– [390] Thomas 1.

[#1793]

Thomas Harper was named as No. 142 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife, 1 son, and 1 daughter.

171-175

Thomas Stevenson (born 1838 [to #4864 Samuel Stevenson and Mary?]; died 1866) married [391] Christina Favel (Métis, born 1837 to [#1515 Richard Favel and Euphinia Anderson?])

– [392-399] John 13, Fenia 12, Mary 9, Elizabeth 8, Sammia 6, Sara 3, Edward 1.

[#4865]

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175

[359-360] John Flett Sr. (First Nations, born 1825 to #1873 Peter Flett and Mary) married Nancy Johnston (Métis, born 1830 to Peter Johnston and an unidentified woman)

– [361-363] Jane 17, John 14, Nancy 9.

[#1871]

John Flett Sr. reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 112 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with a wife, 3 sons, and 3 daughters.

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174-189

[430-431] Thomas Williams (Métis, born 1830 to #5269 Joseph Williams and Catherine) married Elise Parisien (Métis, born 1838 to Jean Baptiste Parisien Jr. and Margaret/ Marguerite Dutempt/ Destempt)

– [432-439] Charles 15, James 13, Nancy 12, Andre 11, Joseph 9, Susannah 5, Elise 3, Thomas 1.

Elise Parisien was possibly a cousin to Norbert Parisien (Métis, perhaps born 1844 to Bonaventure/ Laveture Parisien dit Leger and Marguerite, a Saulteux woman, originally of Red Lake), who died after an aggravated assault committed 16 February 1870 by members of the Canadian Party. [See The Three Deaths of the Resistance, this site.]

[#5260]

[174-189?]

[440] La Reine [Parisien? 1st wife of Peguis/ William King?] (First Nations, born 1770)

[174-189?]

[441-442] Thomas Flett (First Nations, born 1830) married Rosalie Parisien (Métis, born 1842 to Jean Baptiste Parisien Jr. and Margaret/ Marguerite Dutempt/ Destempt? or #3823 Augustin Parisien and Louise Allard?)

– [443-446] John 6, Marguerite 4, Marie 3, Christine 2.

[#1860]

Thomas Flett reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871); named as No. 111 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with a wife, 1 son, and 4 daughters.

Rosalie Parisien was possibly a cousin of Norbert Parisien (Métis, perhaps born 1844 to Bonaventure/ Laveture Parisien dit Leger and Marguerite, a Saulteux woman, originally of Red Lake). Norbert died after an aggravated assault committed 16 February 1870 by members of the Canadian Party. [See The Three Deaths of the Resistance, this site.]

[174-189?]

[447-448] André/ Andrew Prince (First Nations, born 1842) married Jane Kippling (First Nations, born 1843 to Thomas Kipling and Nancy)

– [449-451] Sara 3, Anne 2, Sophie 1.

[#4054]

[174-189?]

[?] Cook married [452] Isabel (First Nations, born 1825)

– [454-453] Albert 20, Joseph 15.

[174-189?]

[455-456] Francis/ Francois Rose (Métis, born 1840 to James Rose and an unidentified woman) married Caroline Stevens (Métis, born 1844 to Samuel Stevens and an unidentified woman)

[#4096]

Francis Rose reportedly took treaty with the St. Peter’s Band (Treaty 1, 1871).

[174-189?]

[457-458] Martin/ Matim Dego/ Digo (First Nations, born 1825) married Kekakikwonep/ Kekakikwonepit (First Nations, born 1828)

– [459-461] Alexander Martin 12, Josephte 7, Joseph 5.

[#899]

[174-189?]

[463-464] Manamek (First Nations, born 1850 to Akkisoms) married Moose-kiw (First Nations, born 1848)

[465] Ak-ko-nam (First Nations, born 1850) married?

[466] Otch-hi-nim (First Nations, born 1845 to Ak-ki-wins)

[467] Kna we kijik (First Nations, born 1857 to Ak-ki-wins)

[174-189?]

[468-469] Kokwotey (First Nations, born 1830 to OKano) married Ashawashshi (First Nations, born 1835 to Kiwekapaw)

– [470-474] Oshi-nâ-we-kâ-pow 15, Me-na-wa-ni-kwo-pit-toy 13, Ka-pe-kwo-ma-weh 10, So-si-ka-nap 8, E-shi-ka-pa-wiik 4.

[174-189?]

[475-476] Pat-ca-kish/ Patcakish (First Nations, born 1810) married A-ko-nâk-kwen/ Akonâkwen (First Nations, born 1812)

[174-189?]

[477-478] Kiwe-ka-pow/ Kiwekahpow (First Nations, born 1830) married Mish-ta-tin-okwa/ Mishtatinokwa (First Nations, born 1835 to Patcakosh)

– [480-479] Nin-gawa-we-pik 25, Ka-ka-pe-na-knes 15.

[174-189?]

[481] Mi-gwo-niss (First Nations, born 1840)

– [482] Ke-kwe-tweek 6.

[174-189?]

[483-484] Etche-kap (First Nations, born 1845) married an unidentified woman: [“Sa femme nom inconnu”] (First Nations, born 1848 to Ak-ke-wine)

– [485-486] Jean 4, Marie 2.

[174-189?]

[487-488] Tan-gâ-nak-kwip (First Nations, born 1842 to Alexis and an unidentified woman) married an unidentified woman [“sa femme nom inconnu”] (First Nations, born 1844 to Akkewine)

– [489] Sara 1.

[174-189?]

[490-491] Pa-ka-ma-kan (First Nations, born 1812) married Min-de-mo-yep (First Nations, born 1814)

– [492] She-kak-oh-kwe 40.

[174-189?]

John Grant (born 1837; absent/ deceased?) married? [493] Wa-no-yessie (First Nations, born 1842 to Me-twe-na-ki-ji)

– [494-495] Marguerite 6, Sara 3.

[#2079]

[174-189?]

William Henderson (born 1825; died 1870) married [496] Jane Me-twe-na-kip (First Nations, born 1830; previously married to Me-twe-na-kip?)

– [497-498] Samuel 22, Peter 20.

– [499-501] Tebishkokij 20, Charles 18, William 16 (children of Me-twe-na-kip).

[#2177]

William Henderson was named as No. 135 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist, with wife and one son.

A William Henderson Jr. was named as No. 558 in the 1875 St. Peter’s Band Annuity Paylist.

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Responses

  1. This is very interesting in doing my family research. Meqwetch

  2. This is good, really good! I wish there was more information on John Moore/John Moore McDonald.

  3. Excellent info! Tracking original FN names from Peguis in the languages. Thanks,


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