Ste.-Anne/ Point des Chêne/ Sainte-Anne-Pointe-des-Chênes/ Ste.-Anne des Chênes/ Oak Point/ St. Alexandre

[under construction]

Residents of Ste.-Anne in 1870, who were represented

  • in The Convention of Forty/ La Grande Convention by Charles Nolin (and perhaps Thomas Harrison — who might have been standing in for someone else, as he is not named as a member until the 8th Day: 2 February. [See also “Convention at Fort Garry, Very Important Debates, The Bill of Rights,” New Nation (11 February 1870), 4; and W.L. Morton, ed., and Alexander Begg, Alexander Begg’s Red River Journal: and other papers relative to the Red River Resistance of 1869-1870 (Toronto: Champlain Society, 1956), 286–287 n.1.)]
  • in the Legislative Assembly of Assiniboia by Hon. Auguste Harrison. Initially, Charles Nolin seems to have been slated for the position of councillor, but after a series of disagreements with Riel he was jailed (about 4 March 1870) and held for a time. Auguste Harrison replaced him. See “Political Arrests,” New Nation (11 March 1870), 2. Auguste is sometimes confused with his father and identified as Thomas Auguste Harrison.

Note: Ste.-Anne/ Oak Point is not to be confused with either St. Ann’s/ Poplar Point or Oak Point/ St. Laurent/ Manitoba/ Manitobah on the shore of Lake Manitoba.

~~~

As early as 1820 Métis families were wintering at Pointe-des-Chênes, southeast of St. Boniface on the Seine River. The area had a mix of mature forest and grasslands suitable for farming. The large oak groves served as a source of income for the settlers — lumber cut in the parish in 1820 was used for building a large chapel at St. Boniface.

By 1852 a sizable settlement had been established that included both original Métis settlers and newcomer individuals and families. That year, the people at Pointe-des-Chênes entered into a formal purchase agreement with Saulteaux Chief Na-sa-kee-by-ness/ Na-sha-ke-penais/ ‘Flying Down Bird’/ Grandes Oreilles (son of Les Grandes Oreilles) of the Oak Point Nation, Rouseau River Band, at his insistence, to accommodate further expansion. By 1856 Pointe-des-Chênes had a trading post, hotel, general store, and a jail.

Oblate missionaries from St. Boniface began visiting the settlement in 1859 (they did not yet establish a residence there). A Catholic mission with a chapel – St. Alexander – opened in 1861 (still without a resident priest). In 1862 Rosalie Germain, wife of Jean-Baptiste Gauthier (both of whom had arrived from Lower Canada), began teaching school.

In 1867 Father LeFloch petitioned Bishop Alexandre-Antonin Taché to rename the mission’s parish in the hopes of attracting additional settlers from Lower Canada and it became known as Sainte Anne, after the patron saint of Quebec and Canada (as well as much else).

John Allan Snow arrived at Red River to oversee the construction of a road to Canada — the Dawson Trail — in 1868. It was to be approximately 145 kilometers long, running from St. Boniface, through Ste. Anne to the North West Angle of the Lake of the Woods, after which the ‘road’ would consist principally of waterways that linked to Fort William (on the western border of Canada).

Work began on 9 November 1868. Forty-five kilometers of road were cleared by 1 April 1869, but work ceased while Snow returned to Ottawa to ask for more funds. The money was granted. However, when Snow arrived back at Red River in July, he had difficulty hiring workers. Men native to the settlement were already employed at farming and working for the HBC. Snow therefore relied on newly arrived Canadian labourers, along with survey crews brought in by Canadian surveyor John Stoughton Dennis, but these were annoying to the permanent residents of Red River: “rumours of misconduct by Snow’s party were widely circulated and pretty generally believed,” especially after some — including Thomas Scott — were arrested and tried for assault. Work on the road ceased during the Resistance. There were stories that the Canadians were actually soldiers and that Canadian Lieutenant-Governor designate William McDougall was bringing in rifles and ammunition to arm them. Some Canadians went so far as to form a militia and were arrested and jailed [see Prisoners, this site].

An Oblate priest finally took up residence in the parish in 1870.

The Dawson road was eventually completed in 1871.

The Town of Sainte-Anne was incorporated in 1963.

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

and listed with Children in household (by ages) 

[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 are to pages of the Archibald census of 1870]

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[?]

[10] Joseph (Saulteaux, born 1842 to ‘The Two Hearts’ and an unidentified woman)

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2 [3?]

[215] Peter Spence (Orcadian, born 1844 to James Spence and an unidentified woman)

[#3682]

[2?] [3?]

[214] James/ Joseph William Ward/ Wards (Shetlander, born 1839/ 1841)

See also HBCA biographical sheet. [Possibly married Margaret Anne Cavalier in Springfield, Clark County, Ohio?]

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2-18 [18?]

[223] Julien Huppé (Métis, born 1848 to Baptiste Huppé and Elizabeth ‘Betsy’ Charbonneau)

[222] Joseph Huppé (Métis, born 1853/ 1854 to Baptiste Huppé and Elizabeth ‘Betsy’ Huppé)

[#2263?]

2-18

[300-301] Joseph Huppé Jr. (Métis, born 1837/ 1840 to Joseph Huppé Sr. and Josephte Cyr) married Marie Josette Sayisse/ Saiste/ Sais (Métis, born 1841/ 1847 to Francoise Sayisse/ Saiste and Marguerite [a Saulteux woman])

– [302-305] Virginie 8, Caroline 6, Joseph 5, Daniel 2.

[#2265]?

2-18 [18]

[219]-[220] Damase Peron (Non-Aboriginal, born 1839 to Baptiste Peron and an unidentified woman) married Anne St Germain (born 1847 to Joseph St Germain and an unidentified woman)

– [221] Marie Veronique/ Virginie 2.

[#3487]

2-18 [19?]

[216-217] Baptiste Peron/ Perreault dit Morin (Lower Canadian, born 1798 to Joseph Peron and an unidentified woman) married Marie Charron-Ducharme (Lower Canadian, born 1803 to Francois Ducharme and an unidentified woman).

– [218] Eulalie 17.

[#3899]

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5 [83?]

[96-97] Francois St Luc de Repentigny (Métis, born 1836 to #4609 Gilbert St Luc/ “St. Luc D’Arpentigny a French Canadian” and Catherine Boucher — Métis), married to Marie Beriau/ Bariault (Métis, born 1847 to Gilbert Beriau/ Beriault and an unidentified woman).

– [98] Louis 3.

[#4607]

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6 [Lorette]

[209-210] Joseph Lagemoniere (Métis, born 1847/ 1849 to #2549 Joseph Lagemonier and Josephine Lussier) married Marie Blondeau (Métis, born 1847/ 1849 to #351 Louison Blondeau and Josette Defond)

– [211-213] Baptiste 15, Veronique 13, Joseph 3.

[#2548]

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6-13 [80?]

[204-205] Maxime Beriau/ Beriault (Métis, born 1838/ 1839 to #310 Gilbert Beriault and Suzanne Blondeau) married Elise Sutherland (Métis, born 1844/ 1845 to #4543 Pierre Sutherland and Suzanne McMullen)

– [206-208] Antoine 6, Alexandre 4, Joseph 1.

[#315]

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[8?]

[125]-[126] Francois Ducharme (Métis, born 1837/ 1838 to #1360 Oliver Ducharme and Genevieve Gladu) married Catherine Henault (Métis, born 1841 to #1798 Charles Henault and Marie Gris/ Iris)

– [127-133] Francoise 12, Pierre 11, Alexandre 10, Marie 8, Edouard 5, Frizine 3, Dominique 1.

[#1359]

[8?]

Charles Henault/ Heneault/ Haineault/ Henault dit Canada/ Enaud dit Canada/ Enaud/ Enault (Métis, born 1810; deceased) married [134] Marie Gris/ Iris/ Cris (Métis, born 1810 to #2398 Thomas Gris/ Iris/ Cris and Marie Nepissing)

– [135] Josephte 26/ Suzette 28.

– [137] Antoine 1 (Métis, son of Joseph Bourassa and an unidentified woman)

[#1798]

A farming family. See also genealogy.

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9

[137-138] James Charles Finnegan (Scottish, born 1840 to Charles Finnegan and an unidentified woman) married Eliza Julie Ducharme (Métis, born 1842 to Olivier Ducharme and an unidentified woman)

– [139-140] Mary 2, James 0/ 2.

[#1851]

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10 [9?]

 [141-142] Robert Ramsay (Scottish, born 1800 to James Ramsay and an unidentified woman) married Agnes Trodden (Scottish, born 1816 to Michael Trodden and an unidentified woman)

– [143-145] Martha 20, Robert 18, Thomas 14.

[#3991]

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11

[146-147] Jean-Baptiste Huppé/ Hupé (Métis, born 1841 to Baptiste Huppé and an unidentified woman) married Nargile Catherine/ Anaizile Peron/ Perreault-Morin (Métis or Non-Aboriginal? born 1845/ 1846 to #3899 Jean-Baptiste Peron/ Perreault and Marie Ducharme?)

– [148-149] Marie 3, Azilda 1.

[#2271]

– [150] Francois 15 (Métis son of Baptiste Huppé/ Hupé and an unidentified woman)

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13

[203] Damase Gosselin (Lower Canadian, born 1836)

[#1997]

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13-15

[193-194] Norbert Peron/ Perreault dit Morin (Non-Aboriginal, born 1822 to Baptiste Peron and an unidentified woman) married Monique Hamelin (Métis, born 1831 to Solomon Hamelin and an unidentified woman)

– [195-202] Octave 21, Julienne 19, Eucarise 17, Sara 15, Anargile 12, Marie 9, Pierre 6, Olivier 3.

[#3908]

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15

[181-182] James Owens (Irish, born 1825 to James Owens) married Amy/ Honor Bergin/ Berrigan/ Berigan (Irish, born 1825 to Martin Bergin/ Berrigan and an unidentified woman)

– [183-187] Patrick 16, James 14, Peter 14, Pierce 11, John 9, [188-190] Martin 7, Marguerite 5, Joseph 1.

[#3736]

James Owens, quoted in Charles Richard Tuttle, Our North Land (Toronto: C. Blackett Robinson, 1885), 443, states “From what I have seen in other countries this is as good a place as any a man can come to. For my part, I have done better here than I could ever do in any other country. I raised wheat here, and there have been men from California and other places looking at it, and they said they never saw anything like it before. One year I raised thirty-five bushels to the acre of Black Ses [sic: Sea] wheat, and I have raised wheat which stood six and a-half feet high, and not one straw of it lay down. I would be glad if half of the people of Ireland were here — and they would then be in the best part of the world. Every one who comes here can do well if it is not [sic: if not, it is] their own fault.”

[15?]

[191] Mary Bergin/ Berrigan/ Berigan (Irish, born 1815 to Martin Bergin/ Berrigan/ Berigan and an unidentified woman)

[15?]

[192] Angelique Contys/ Contais/ Contois (Métis, born 1846 to Francois Contys/ Contais/ Contois)

Possibly Angelique Comtois (Métis, born 1848 to Francois Comtois [Lower Canadian] and Marie Angelique Saudway [First Nations])?

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15-16 [79?]

[180] Gilbert St Luc (Métis, born 1830/ 1833 to #4609) married Marguerite Sutherland (born 1835)

[#4608]

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16

[172-173] Augustin Grouette (Métis, born 1833/ 1835 to #2042 Antoine Grouette and Madeleine Nolin) married Rose Peron/ Perreault-Morin (Non-Aboriginal, born 1837 to #3899 Jean-Baptiste Perreault and Marie Ducharme)

– [174-179] James 13, Jean 11, Malvina 9, Theophile 7, Augustin 4, Joseph 2.

[#2045]

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16-17 [44?]

[161-162] Norbert Nolin (Métis, born 1824/ 1825) married Marie Anne Charon dit Ducharme (Métis, born 1825/ 1834 to Dominique Ducharme and an unidentified woman)

– [163-171] Eulalie 19, Nancy 18, Norbert 16, Marguerite 14, Joseph 12, Alphonsine 10, Augustin 8, Francois H. 3, Marie Adele 1.

[#3728]

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17 [47?]

Augustin Nolin (Métis, born 1781 to Jean Baptiste Nolin and Marie Angelique Couvret; died 1848) married [317Anne Henrietta/ Helene/ Helen Ann Cameron (Métis, born 1806 to John Donald Dugald Cameron and an unidentified woman; died 1873)

– [318-319] Marguerite 48, Angelique 37.

[#3727]

See genealogy.

[17?] [47?]

[320] Genevieve Nolin (born 1790 to Jean Baptiste Nolin and Marie Angelique Couvret)

– [321] Francois 15 (son of Baptiste Sioux)

17 [16?]

[151]-[152] Augustin Nolin Jr. (Métis, born 1826/ 1827 to #3727 Augustin Nolin and Helene Cameron) married [152] Flavie Peron/ Domitilde Perreault-Morin (Non-Aboriginal, born 1835/ 1836 to Baptiste Peron and an unidentified woman)

– [153-156] Marguerite 18, Joseph 15, Francois Xavier 13, Joachim 10, [157-159] Domatilde 7, Alexandre 5, Adele 3.

[#3729]

– [160] Hermenegilde Payette 17 (daughter of Baptiste Payette and an unidentified woman)

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18 [16 & 17]

[224-225] Antoine Vandal/ Vandale (Métis, born 1830/ 1831 to #5035 Joseph Vandal and Marie Charette) married Emélie Perreault-Morin (Non-Aboriginal, born 1831 to #3899 Jean-Baptiste Perreault and Marie Ducharme)

– [226-232] Rose 19, Euchariste 16, Melanie 14, Antoine 10, Eulalie 7, Marie 4, Justine 1.

[#5051]

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20

[233-234] Jean-Baptiste Grouette (Métis, born 1828/ 1829 to #2042 Antoine Grouette and an unidentified woman) married Julia Perreault-Morin (Non-Aboriginal, born 1827 to #3899 Jean-Baptiste Perreault and Marie Ducharme)

– [235-242] Marie 19, Magdeleine 17, Antoine 15, Julie 12, Jean-Baptiste 10, Joseph 8, Damase 5, Marguerite 3.

[#2047]

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20-22 [20?]

[243] Lucien Charbonneau (Métis, born 1846 to Baptiste Charbonneau and an unidentified woman)

[#782]

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22 [21?]

[244-245] Theophile Grouette (Métis, born 1830/ 1832 to #2042 Antoine Grouette and Madeleine Nolin) married Magdeleine St Luc de Repentigny (Métis, born 1834/ 1835 to #4856 [?] St Luc and Marie Boucher)

– [246-250] Magdeleine 4/ 14, Antoine 8, Alexandre 5, Elzear 3, Nazaise 1.

[#2046]

[22?] [21-22?]

[251] Jerome St Luc (Métis, born 1848)

[21-22?]

[252] Pierre St Luc de Repentigny (Métis, born 1852/ 1853 to #4609 St. Luc D’Arpentigny and Catherine Boucher)

[253] Gregoire St. Luc de Repentigny (Métis, born 1855/ 1856 to #4609 St. Luc D’Arpentigny and Catherine Boucher)

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23 [22?]

[254] Thomas Harrison Jr. (Métis, born 1813/ 1814 to #2139 Thomas Harrison Sr. and Sarah) married Pauline Lagemonier (Non-Aboriginal, born 1812; died 1865)

– [255-262] Porphire 32, Damase 27, Suzette 25, Melanie 19, Philomene 18, Suzanne 16, Joseph 13, Edouard 11.

[#2142]

NB. Damase Harrison was married to Helene Matte (born 1845) and living at Lorette? with infant Henri?

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26 [27?]

[267-268] Francois Xavier Ducharme (Métis, born 1846/ 1847 to #1346 Dominique Ducharme and Sophia Henault) married Suzette Catherine [Josephte?] Henault?/ Carriere (Métis, born 1845/ 1846 to #713 Moise Carriere and an unidentified woman)

[#1345]

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27 [31?]

[269-270] Dominique Ducharme-Charron (Lower Canadian, born 1803 to #1347 Francois Ducharme and Louise Rivel) married Sophia/ Sophie Enault/ Henault/ Heneault (Métis, born 1813/ 1818 to Charle Enault and an unidentified woman)

– [271-274] Johnny 19, Roger 17, Joseph 13, Marie 12.

[#1346]

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31 [32]

[283]-[284] Francois Roussin (Métis, born 1833/ 1835 to Charles Rossin and an unidentified woman) married Elise Courchene (Métis, born 1832/ 1838 to #972 Francois Courchene)

– [285-290] Francois 23, Joseph 18, Lestanc 12, Marie 9, David 5, Norbert 3.

[#4253]

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[33?]

[275-276] Pierre Enault/ Henault/ Heneault (Métis, born 1836/ 1837 to #1798 Charles Enault and Marie Gris/ Iris/ Cris) married Marguerite Larocque (Métis, born 1832/ 1842 to Charles Larocque and an unidentified woman; died 1872)

– [277-282] Roger 14, Marguerite 12, Sophie 9, Julienne 6, Marie 4, Pierre 1/ 2.

[#1439]

A farming family.

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31-38 [49?]

[309-310] Jeremie Berard (Métis, born 1839/ 1840 to #300 Pierre Berard and Marie Fortin) married Philomene Huppé/ Hupé (Métis, born 1842/ 1843 to #1002 Joseph Huppé Sr. and Josephte Cyr)

– [311-314] Jeremie 9, Alfred 8, Virginie 4, Adele 2.

[#294]

31-38 [23?]

[291-292] Joseph Flammand (Métis, born 1841 to #1576 Joseph Flammand and an unidentified woman) married Genevieve Charron-Ducharme (Métis, born 1842 to #1360 Olivier Ducharme and Genevieve Gladu) and Marguerite Lafond (Métis, born 1846)

– [293-299] Sara 12, Isabelle 10, Henri 9, Joseph 9, Frizine 7, Melanie 5, Daniel 2.

[#1852]

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38 [47?]

[315-316] Duncan Nolin (Métis, born 1839/ 1840 to #3727 Augustin Nolin and Helene Cameron) married Caroline Harrison (Métis, born 1851/ 1852 to #2142 Thomas Harrison and Pauline Lagemonier)

[#3733]

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38-46

[?] Irvine

[#2389]

38-46

James Richard (Englander, born 1813) married Hannah Willstedd (Englander, born 1809)

[#4172]

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40-45

[9] Louison Marcellais (Métis, born 1805/ 1807 to #3024 Baptiste Marcellais and Angelique [Assiniboine]) married Sophie (First Nations, born 1810; died 1850)

[#3028]

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40-59 [16?]

[1-2] Charles Nolin (Métis, born 1837/ 1838 to #3727 Augustin Nolin and Helene Cameron) married Marie Anne Harrison (Métis, born 1842/ 1843 to #2142 Thomas Harrison Jr. and Pauline Lagemonier)

– [3-8] Dolphis 10, Augustin 9, Thomas 7, Marie Anne 5, Caroline 4, Pauline 2.

[#3731]

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45 [43?]

[11-12] Joseph Nolin (Métis, born 1841/ 1842 to #3727 Augustin Nolin and Helene Cameron) married Marie Anne Gaudry (Métis, born 1842/ 1843 to Andre Gaudry and Madeleine David)

– [13-14] Joseph 4, Alexandre 2.

[#3735]

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49 [48?]

[15-16] Francois Nolin (Métis, born 1832/ 1834 to #3727 Augustin Nolin and Helene Cameron) married Marguerite Berard (Métis, born 1834/ 1836 to #300 Pierre Berard and Marie Fortin)

– [17] Archie/ Andre Mashkegon/ Mashkeson 17 (First Nations, born to Mashkegon and an unidentified woman)

– [18] Therese Nolin 16 (daughter of [?] L’Almand)

– [19] Francois Nolin 5 (son of Jeremie Berard and an unidentified woman)

[#3730]

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49-66

Pierre Berard (Métis, born 1792; deceased) married [20] Marie Fortin (Métis, born 1820)

[#300]

49-66

[21-22] Augustin Racette Jr. (Métis, born 1833 to #4146 Augustin Racette and Suzanne Gouin) married Madeleine Parrenteau (Métis, born 1833)

– [23-26] Baptiste 12, Henriette 10, Philomene 4, Joseph 2.

[#4145]

49-66 [54?]

[28-29] Jean-Baptiste Lemire Sr. (Métis, born 1829/ 1830 to #2908 Joseph Lemire and Julie Martin) married Marie Berard (Métis, born 1830 to #297 Louis Berard and Catherine Hughes)

– [30-32] Jean-Baptiste 15, Philomene 12, Joseph 9, [33-35] Marie 8, Jeremie 6, Elzear 1.

[#2909]

49-66 [19?]

[36-37] Baptiste Perron/ Perreault Jr. (Non-Aboriginal, born 1822 to Baptiste Perron/ Perreault and an unidentified woman) married Catherine Grouette dit Morin (Métis, born 1823 to Antoine Grouette and an unidentified woman in the U.S.)

– [38-48] Marguerite 24, Baptiste 22, Damase 18, Magdeleine 16, Catherine 15, William 13, Marie 12, Rosalie 10, Antoine 8, Boniface 7, Edouard 1.

[#3901]

49-66 [57]

[49-50] Jean Baptiste Gauthier (Lower Canadian, born 1831 to Joseph Gauthier and an unidentified woman) married Rosalie/ Rozalie Germain (Lower Canadian, born 1836 to Hypolite Germain and an unidentified woman)

– [51-57] Eliza 15, Paul Henri 13, Alphonsine 11, Leonard 9, Pierre Placide 7, Joseph 4, Leonide 2.

[#1816]

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51

[306-307] Simon Berard (Métis, born 1837/ 1838 to #300 Pierre Berard and Marie Fortin married Josephine Huppé/ Hupé (Métis, born 1850 to Joseph Huppé Sr. and Josephte Cyr?)

– [308] Melanie 2.

[#302]

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[52?]

[27] Xavier Gagnier (Lower Canadian, born 1837 to Pierre Gagné and an unidentified woman)

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57 [70?]

[114-115] Jean-Baptiste Desautels (Lower Canadian, born 1829/ 1830 to #1251 Jean-Baptiste Desautels and Lucie Laporte) married Julie Amiot/ Amyot (Lower Canadian, born 1826 to Antoine Amiot and an unidentified woman)

– [116-123] Lucie 21, Avila 15, Denise 12, Eugene 9, Caroline 8, Alexandre 6, Eugenie 4, Joseph, 2.

[#1249]

– [124] Philomene 14 (Métis, daughter of Charles Lund and an unidentified woman)

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60 [8?]

[68-69] Oliver Ducharme (Lower Canadian, born 1805/ 1806 to Francois Ducharme and an unidentified woman) married Genevieve Gladu (Métis, born 1816 to #1969 Charles Gladu and either Marie Ross or Elise)

– [70-72] Alexandre 20, Amable 14, Antoine 14.

[#1360]

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60-61 [59?]

[65-66] Jean Baptiste Valiquette (Lower Canadian, born 1805 to Vincent Valiquette and an unidentified woman) married Ursule Grenier (Lower Canadian, born 1804)

– [67] Baptiste 10 (Métis, son of Robert Denick and an unidentified woman).

[#4997]

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61

[73-74] Onezime Manceau (Lower Canadian, born 1830 to Theophile Manceau and an unidentified woman) married Adeline Perron (Lower Canadian, born 1842 to Antoine Perron and an unidentified woman)

– [75-78] Adele 6, Olive 6, Onezime 3, Anne 1.

[#2717]

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61-65 [22?]

[79-80] Dolphus Harrison (Métis, born 1838/ 1839 to #2142 Thomas Harrison Jr. and Pauline Lagemonier) married Eliza/ Elise Cyr (Métis, born 1849/ 1850 to #996 John ‘Johnny’ Cyr and Marie Boucher)

– [81] Pauline 2.

[#2141]

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64 [41?]

[263-264] Isidore Huppé/ Hupé (Métis, born 1845/ 1846 to Joseph Huppé Sr. and Josephte Cyr; grandson of #2267 Joseph Huppé and Marguerite Marcellais) married Catherine Harrison (Métis, born 1848/ 1849 to #2142 Thomas Harrison Jr. and Pauline Lagemonier)

– [265-266] Virginie 3, Anne 2.

[#2264]

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65-68 [80?]

[87-88] Francois Beriault/ Bereau (Métis, born 1835/ 1836 to #310 Gilbert Bereau/ Beriault and Suzanne Blondeau; died 1912) married Suzanne Sutherland (Métis, born 1839/ 1841 to #4543 Pierre Sutherland and Suzanne McMullen/ McMillan)

– [89-91] Rosalie 12, Louis 5, Philomene 3.

[#309]

65-68 [80?]

Gilbert Bereau/ Beriault (born 1802; died 1864) married [92] Suzanne Blondeau (Métis, born 1816 to #401 Louis Blondeau and Marie Laframboise)

– [93-94] Louis 29, Marguerite 17, [95] Celestine 11.

[#310]

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66

[58-59Hon. Auguste/ Augustin Harrison (Métis, born 1835/ 1836 to #2142 Thomas Harrison Jr. and Pauline Lagemonier) married Lucie Beaugrand Champagne (Métis, born 1841 to Noel/ Emmanuel Beaugrand dit Champagne and Marguerite Larocque or #729 Ambroise Champagne and Judith Parisien?)

– [60-63] Marie 7, Marguerite 6, Remie 5, Melanie 3, [64] Leonide 2.

[#2140]

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[68?]

[113] John Decarie/ Dicaire (Lower Canadian, born 1839 to Louis Decarie and an unidentified woman)

68

[99-100Pierre Champagne (born c. 1833/ 1839 to Emmanuel Champagne  and Marguerite Larocque) married Marguerite Beauchamp (Métis, born 1832/ 1834 to #120 Charles Beauchamp and Catherine Falardeau)

– [101-107] Joseph 19, Julienne 15, Francois 14, Alexandre 11, Charles 7, Andre 5, Maxime 1.

[#737]

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68-69

[108-109] Maxime Champagne (Métis, born 1845/ 1846) married Marie [Lizotte?] Conty/ Coutetois (Métis, born 1845/ 1846 to #973 Francois Conty/ Coutetois and Marie)

– [110-112] Marie Rose 3, Virginie 2, Celeste 1.

[#738]

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79-99 [22?] [the census of 1870 notes the children normally resided at St. Boniface, and that they were staying with Dolphis Harrison while at Ste. Anne]

[82] John ‘Johnny’ Cyr (Métis, born 1824/ 1825) married Marie Boucher (Métis, born 1827; died 1869)

– [83-86] Johnny Jr. 23, Caroline 15, Elzear 12, Melanie 10.

[#996]

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