President Louis Riel, Provisional Government of Assiniboia

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Biographical Notes:

Date of Birth: 22 October 1844[1]

Place of Birth: St. Boniface, Red River Settlement

Father: Louis Riel Sr.

Mother: Julie Lagimonière/ Lagemonier[e]/ Lagimodiere/ Lagemodier[e]

Marriage: 1881 to Marguerite Monet dit Belhumeur

Member of the Provisional Government of Assiniboia; Position in the Legislative Assembly of Assiniboia:

  • President

Other Position(s) in Provisional Government:

  • Secretary to President John Bruce of the ‘council at Rivière Sale,’ [c. 17 October 1869] which represented the inhabitants of the parishes of St. Norbert and St. Vital ‘with the avowed object of keeping Mr. McDougall out at all hazards … the council chamber being in the house adjoining the Roman Catholic church [sic], and occupied by Rev. M. Ritchot [sic]’; and which, by 6 November 1869, was identified by ‘Public Notice’ as a Council of ‘The President and Representatives of the French-speaking population of Rupert’s Land.’
  • Secretary at 16 November 1869 ‘Convention of Twenty-four’ held in the Court House, adjoining Fort Garry (John Bruce was President).
  • Secretary to Comité National des Métis de la Rivière Rouge, assembled 1 December, 1869, which adopted fourteen conditions listed in a Bill of Rights.
  • 27 December 1869 replaced Bruce as President of the Provisional Government.

Other Political Positions:

  • Elected member of Parliament, Ottawa, for the riding of Provencher (1873 and 1874)
  • 1884 joined the North-West Resistance in what is now Saskatchewan.
    Date of Death: 16 November 1885 – hung for treason.

[1] La Société historique de Saint-Boniface, ‘Louis Riel,’ Family Group Sheet (12 August 2010).

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Riel Family Ties:

1. RIEL dit L’IRLANDE, Jean Baptiste ‘Sansouci’/ a.k.a. Jack REILLY. Born c. 1645, Limerick, Ireland; one of the Irish ‘Wild Geese‘, assimilated into the army of Louis XIV; voyaged to Canada and soldiered in the Compagnie de La Valtrie (Berthier Company of the Carignan-Salieres Regiment); died Lavaltrie, Quebec. [according to family stories, see comment by Lisa Folger below]

– sp. LAFONTAINE, Louise.

2. RIEL dit L’IRLANDE, Jean Baptiste. Born c. 1663; baptized St. Peter, Limerick Ireland; married at Contre Coueur, Ile Dupas/ Isle du Pads, on the 21st January, 1704, or, Sorel, Richelieu County, Quebec.

– sp. COUTU/ COTTU, Louise. (15 children).

3. RIEL dit L’IRLANDE, Jacques Michel. married 8 May 1730, Saint Sulpice, L’Assomption, Quebec.

– sp. DEGANNE, Elisabeth.

4. RIEL dit L’IRLANDE, Jean Baptiste. married 27 January 1755, St. Antoine de Lavaltrie, Berthier?/ Lanorie?, Quebec.

– sp. SYLVESTRE, Charlotte/ Marie Charles.

5. RIEL dit L’IRLANDE, Jean Baptiste. Born France?; married 20 January 1783, Ste. Genevieve de Berthier en Haut, Quebec.

– sp. ENAUD/ HÉNAULT dit DELORME, Marie-Antoinette. Born to Pierre HENAULT and Genvieve CHARRON.

6. RIEL dit L’IRLANDE, Jean Baptiste. Born 21/22 April 1785, Ste. Genevieve de Berthier en Haut, Quebec; married Ile a la Crosse (Saskatchewan), 1812; died 4 April 1868, Quebec.

– sp. BOUCHER, Marguerite. Born c. 1785 (Wisconsin, or, Saskatchewan) to Louis Etienne BOUCHER (baptized 10 December 1765, Berthier en Haut, to Joseph BOUCHER and Judith CHARON dit DUCHARME)  and a First Nations woman; died 1860.

Louis Riel SrLouis Riel Sr.

7. RIEL, Jean Louis Sr. Born (6/?) 7 June (or 23 July?) 1817, Ile a la Crosse; baptized 23 September 1822, Berthier, Quebec; married 21 January 1844, St. Boniface, Red River Settlement; occupation, miller, farmer; died (21?/) 23 January 1864, St. Boniface, Red River.

?–  sp. FRAPPIER/ROY, Marguerite/’Swampy Cree woman’.

8. RIEL, Marguerite. Born c. 1840, Rainy Lake, Rupert’s Land; married c. 1860; died 7 May 1874, St. Norbert, Manitoba.

ENQUIRY RE HALF-BREED CLAIM OF JOSEPH ZACE AS ONE OF THE HEIRS OF DECEASED MOTHER MARGUERITE ZACE NEE REEL

– sp. ZACE/ ZASTRE/ ZACEQUI, Jean Baptiste. Born c. 4 December 1832 to Gonzaque ZACE and Angelique PARISIEN.

Scrip affidavit for Zace, Baptiste; born: December 4, 1832; father: Gonzaque Zace (French Canadian); mother: Angélique Parisien (Métis); claim no: 1979; scrip no: 10876; date of issue: September 20, 1876; amount: $160 =

– sp. LAGIMONIÈRE/ LAGEMONIER[E]/ LAGIMODIER[E]/ LAGEMODIER[E], Julie. Born 23 July/26 August 1820/1822 to Jean Baptiste LAGIMONIERE and Marie Ann GABOURY (see “Lagimonière/  Lagemodiere Family Ties,” below); half-sister to Lisette LAGIMONIERE who married George SANDERSON (see “Family Ties,” Hon. John Lazarus Norquay Sr., St. Margaret’s), sister to Jean Baptiste LAGIMONIERE who married Marie HARRISON (see “Family Ties,” Hon. Auguste Harrison, Ste.-Anne); sister to Apolline LAGIMONIERE who married Thomas HARRISON (see “Family Ties,” Hon. Auguste Harrison, Ste.-Anne), and sister to Romain LAGIMONIERE, the father of Godfroi LAGIMONIERE who married Rosalie LEPINE (see “Family Ties,” Hon. Ambroise-Dydime Lépine, St. Vital); died 24 May 1906.

Scrip affidavit for Riel, Julie; born: July 23, 1822; father: Jean Baptiste Lagimonière (French Canadian), original white settler from Maskinongé, Quebec, entered Red River Country between 1813 and 1835; mother: Marianne [Marie-Anne] Gaboury (French Canadian); husband : Louis Riel (deceased) =

8. RIEL, Louis Jr. [later adopted the middle name 'David']. Born 22 October 1844, St. Vital, Red River Settlement; married 28 April 1881; marriage solemnized 9 March 1882, St. Peter Mission (Fort Berthold), Carroll, Montana, United States; died 16 November 1885, Regina (Saskatchewan).

– sp. MONET dit BELLEHUMEUR, Marguerite. Born 15 January 1861, White Horse Plain, to Jean Baptiste MONET dit BELLEHUMEUR/ BELLUMEUR and Marie Eulalie MALATERRE (sister of Marguerite MALATERRE, the mother of Marguerite PERREAULT dit MORIN who married Francois DAUPHINAIS, councillor in the Legislative Assembly of Assiniboia, [see "Family Ties," Hon. François Dauphinais, St. Françoise-Xavier]; also sister to Isabelle MALATERRE who married Gabriel POITRAS Sr., a brother to Pierre POITRAS who was a councillor in the Legislative Assembly of Assiniboia [See "Family Ties," Hon. Pierre Poitras, Baie St. Paul and Prairie du Cheval Blanc]); baptized 19 May 1861, St. Francois Xavier, Red River; died April 1886.

9. RIEL, Jean, a.k.a. Louis MONET. Born 4/9 May (or 5 September?) 1882, Carroll, Montana, United States; studied engineering, Quebec; 1885 assumed alternate name; married 3 (or 25?) March 1908, St. Jean Baptiste, Quebec City; railroad construction, St. Vital, Manitoba; injured by overturned cart, died 30/31 July (or 7 March?) 1908, St. Boniface.

Riel, Jean; address: St. Vital; born: 9 May, 1882 at North West Territories; father: Louis Riel (Métis); mother: Marguerite Belhumeur (Métis); scrip cert.: form E, no. 2885; claim no. 37;

– sp. CASAULT, Laura. Born Quebec.

9. RIEL, Marie Angelique. Born 17 September 1883, St. Peter’s Mission (Fort Berthold), Montana; died 6 May 1897, St. Vital, Manitoba.

Riel, Jean; heir to his deceased daughter, Angelique Riel address: St. Vital; born: 1884 in North West Territories; died: 1897 at St. Boniface; father: Louis Riel (deceased Métis); mother: Marguerite Belhumeur (deceased; Métis); scrip cert.: form F, no. 1637; claim no. 110

9. RIEL, ‘Anonyme’/ Joseph. Born 1885; died 1885.

8. RIEL, Elsie. Born 1846; died 1848.

8. RIEL, Philomene. Born 1847; died 1848.

8. RIEL, Sara/ Sister Margureite-Marie. Born 11 October 1848, St. Boniface; Grey Nun (Sisters of Charity); missionary at Ile-à-la-Crosse from 1871; died of tuberculosis 17 December 1883.

8. RIEL, Marie. Born 23 October 1850; died 28 January 1873.

8. RIEL, Octavie. Born 1852; died 6 December 1890; married 8 February 1875; died 6 December 1890.

– sp. LAVALLEE, Louis. Born c. 1851, St. Francois Xavier, to Pierre AYOTTE dit LAVALLEE (son of Pierre AYOTTE dit LAVALLEE and Catherine GAUDRIE) and Marie Emerise PLANTE (daughter of Basile PLANTE and Genevieve LACOURSE); died c. 1935, St. Boniface, Manitoba.

8. RIEL, Eulalie. Born 15 September 1853/1854; married 20 February 1879, St. Boniface; [2d marriage 30 April 1884?]; died 10 February 1931, or, 3 October 1931, St. Boniface.

Scrip affidavit for Riel, Eulalie; born: September 15, 1854; father: Louis Riel; mother: Julie Lagemodière (French Canadian) =

– sp. GLADU, William. Born 30 June 1858, St. Vital, to Pierre GLADU and Nancy DEASE (daughter of John W. DEASE and Genevieve BENOIT); died 22 July 1941, Transcona, Manitoba.

9. GLADU, Henrietta.

– sp. MORAN/ MORAND, Etienne.

9. GLADU, Marie. Born 30 January 1883, St. Boniface; died 2 February 1883, St. Boniface.

9. GLADU, Octavie Eulalie Arthemise. Born 30 January 1883; died after 1911.

– sp. TETRAULT, Charles Alexander. Born 19 March 1870.

10. TETRAULT, Octave Joseph. Born 1 October 1912, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

10. TETRAULT, Yvonne. Born 1908.

10. TETRAULT, Laurent. Born 11 Febraury 1910, St. Pierre, Manitoba.

10. TETRAULT, Emma Marie Lumina. Born 6 March 1914, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

9. GLADU, Marguerite. Born 1886; married 24 October 1905, St. Pierre, Manitoba.

– sp. VERMETTE, Henri.

9. GLADU, Sara. Born 16 July 1887; married 8 January 1906, St. Malo, Manitoba.

– sp. AUBERTIN, Oliva.

9. GLADU, Philomene. Born 8 July 1891; died 1963.

– sp. VERMETTE, Auguste.

?– sp. POITRAS, Eleonor.

8. RIEL, Charles ‘Meumier’. Born 4 November 1854; died 4 November 1874/1875.

8. RIEL, Joseph Jean. Born 5 February 1857; married 30 April 1884, St. Boniface; 2d marriage 4 April 1894; died 27 May 1921.

Scrip affidavit for Riel, Joseph; born: February 5, 1857; father: Louis Riel; mother: Julie Lagemodière (French Canadian) =

– sp. POITRAS, Eleanore.

9. RIEL, David. Married 11 November 1913, St. Boniface.

– sp. VERMETTE, Anne.

– sp. PERREAULT, Amanda.

9. RIEL, Delina.

– sp. VERMETTE, Julien.

9. RIEL, Honore. Married 28 January 1920, St. Norbert, Manitoba.

– sp. VERMETTE, Yvonne.

8. RIEL, Henriette. Born 27 July 1861, St. Boniface; married 10 July/October 1883; 2d marriage 7 December 1884, Winnipeg; died 8 December 1898.

– sp.[?] POITRAS, Gabriel Sr. Born July 1820, to Andre Henri POITRAS and Marguerite GRANT; brother to Pierre POITRAS, councillor in the Legislative Assembly of Assiniboia (see “Family Ties,” Hon. Pierre Poitras, Baie St. Paul and Prairie du Cheval Blanc); previous marriage, 1 February 1842, St. Francois-Xavier, to Isabelle MALATERRE who was sister to Marie Eulalie MALATERRE (the mother of Marguerite BELLEHUMEUR who married Louis RIEL Jr. [see above]), and sister to Marguerite MALATERRE (the mother of Marguerite PERREAULT dit MORIN who married Francois DAUPHINAIS, councillor in the Legislative Assembly of Assiniboia, [see "Family Ties," Hon. François Dauphinais, St. Françoise-Xavier]).

Scrip affidavit for Poitras, Gabriel; born: July, 1820; father: Poitras (French Canadian); mother: Marguerite Grant (Métis); claim no: 2654; scrip no: 12226; date of issue: Apr. 20, 1877; amount: $160 =

– sp. POITRAS, Jean-Marie. Born 6 June 1857 to Francois POITRAS Sr. and Madeleine FISHER.

Scrip affidavit for Poitras, Jean Marie; born: June 6, 1857; father: Francois Poitras; mother: Madeleine Fisher =

8. RIEL, Alexandre. Born 22 February 1862/23 July 1863; married 14 June 1881; 2d marriage 8 February/ 2 August 1906; died 24 September 1938.

– sp. POITRAS, Marie Louise ‘Eliza’/Elsie. Born c. 1861, Red River Settlement, to Francois POITRAS (brother of Pierre POITRAS, councillor in the Legislative Assembly of Assiniboia [see "Family Ties," Hon. Pierre Poitras, Baie St. Paul and Prairie du Cheval Blanc]) and Madeleine/Magdeleine FISHER; sister to Jean-Marie POITRAS who married Henriette RIEL (see above); niece of Gabriel POITRAS who married Henriette RIEL (see above).

9. RIEL, Wilfred Joseph.

9. RIEL, Josephine. Born c. 1891, St. Norbert; married 28 January 1913, St. Norbert; died c. 1917, St. Norbert.

– sp. LAVALLEE, Louis David. Born 30 April 1889, St. Francois Xavier.

– sp. POITRAS, Eliza/ Elsie ‘Bibianne’. Born 26 September 1871, or, 1888, St. Boniface.

7. RIEL, Sophie. Born July 1821, Red River?; baptized 23 September 1822, Berthier, Quebec; died 27 May 1830?; buried 27 July 1830, St. Hilaire, Rouville, Quebec.

7. RIEL, Jean Baptiste. Born 22 October 1827, St. Hilaire, Quebec; married 20 November 1855, Lachine; buried 4 April 1868, Notre Dame, Montreal.

– sp. LEROUX, Philomene.

?7. RIEL, Pierre. Born 1828.

7. RIEL, Lucie/ Lucia Priscille. Born c. 16 April 1831/1832, St. Hilaire, Quebec; married 23 October 1849; died 3 August 1894, St. Jean-Baptiste, Montreal, Quebec.

– sp. LEE, John. Born Ireland; businessman, alderman; arranged to have Riel committed to an asylum, Longue Pointe, Quebec, 1876.

7. RIEL, Charlotte. Born 21 May 1832, St. Hilaire, Quebec.

7. RIEL, Francois. Born 15 August 1833; baptized 29 August 1834, St. Hilaire; married 16 November 1858, St. Francois Xavier; died 22 April 1916, St. Francois Xavier.

– sp. CHALIFOUX, Marguerite.

7. RIEL, ‘Anonyme’. Born 23 October 1838, St. Hilaire; buried 23 October 1838.

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Lagimonière/ Lagemodiere Family Ties:

1. LAGIMONIÈRE, Jean Baptiste. Born 25/26 December 1778, Maskinonge, near Trois Riviere, to Jean Baptiste LAGIMODIERE and Josephte JARRET dit BEAUREGARD; voyageur, hunter, trapper; married c. 1798; 2d marriage 21 April 1806, Maskinonge, Quebec; farmer, 50 cultivated acres, St. Boniface, 1832; died 7 September 1855, St. Boniface.

– sp. LITTLE WEASEL Josette (a First Nations woman).

2. LAGIMONIÈRE, Antoinette. Born 1 January 1801, St. Francois Xavier; married c. 1822, St. Boniface; 2d marriage c. 1859; died 12 May 1876, St. Boniface.

– sp. LAMBERT dit ROBILLARD, Jean Baptiste. [Father born 16 April 1783, Vaudreuil, Quebec?]

3. ROBILLARD, Marguerite. Born 1833.

Scrip affidavit for Jolibois, Marguerite; born: 1833; wife of Jean Baptiste Jolibois Sr.; father: Baptiste Robillard (French Canadian; mother: Antoinette Logemoniere (Métis); claim no: 1834; scrip no: 10731; date of issue: September 20, 1876; amount: $160 =

– sp. JOLIBOIS, Jean Baptiste Sr.

4. JOLIBOIS, Julienne. Born 1868; died 5 April 1873.

Scrip affidavit for Jolibois, Julienne; born: 1868; died: April 5, 1873; father: Jean Baptiste Jolibois Sr.; mother: Marguerite Robillard =

3. ROBILLARD, Esther. Born October 1836.

Scrip affidavit for Robillard, Esther; born: October 1836; husband: Paul Blondin; father: Jean Baptiste Robillard (French Canadian); mother: Antoinette Lagemonière (Métis); claim no: 614; scrip no: 4753 to 4760; date of issue: June 16, 1876; amount: $160 =

– sp. BLONDIN, Paul. Born 1827 to Pierre BLONDIN.

Scrip affidavit for Blondin, Paul; born: 1827; father: Pierre Blondin (Métis); mother: (Métis); claim no: 613; scrip No: 4745 to 4752; date of issue: June 16, 1876; amount: $160 =

?– sp. HAYDEN, Peter. Born c. 1801.

3. HAYDEN dit ROBILLARD, Felix. Born 8 February 1852, St. Boniface; married October 1866, St. Boniface.

Hayden, Felix, dit Robillard; heir to his deceased son, Charles Hayde; claim no. 72; born: 1883 at Fort Ellice; died: 1900 at Spy Hill; address: Spy Hill; father: Felix Hayden (Métis deponent); mother: Betsy Plante (Métis); scrip cert.: form F, no. 1616

– sp. PLANTE, Bethsy. Born 7 December 1842, Fort des Prairies (Alberta), to Francois PLANTE and Louise GAUDRY.

4. HAYDEN dit ROBILLARD, Noemie ‘Mamie’. Born 19 November 1883, Fort Ellice; died 18 March 1923, Spy Hill, Saskatchewan.

Hayden, Felix; for his minor daughter, Noemie Hayde; claim no. 89; born: Nov., 1883 at Fort Ellice; address: Spy Hill; father: Felix Hayden (Métis deponent); mother: Betsy Plante (Métis); scrip cert.: form E, no. 2829

– sp. PRITCHARD, Wilfred. Born 8 March 1885, St. Lazare, Manitoba to William PRITCHARD and Marie MALATERRE.

4. HAYDEN, Therese. Born 1879, Fort Ellice.

Hayden, Therese; address: Spy Hill; claim no. 85; born: 1879 at Fort Ellice; father: Felix Hayden (Métis); mother: Betsy Plante (Métis); scrip cert.: form E, no. 2826

4. HAYDEN. Justine.

Houle, Jean Baptiste; heir to his deceased wife, Justine Hayde; claim no. 1118; born: 1877 at Pine Creek; died: 28 May, 1900 at Spy Hill; address: Spy Hill; father: Felix Hayden. (Métis); mother: Betsy Plante (Métis); married: 14 Nov., 1899 to Jean Baptiste Houle; (deponent); scrip cert.: form F, no. 1782

– sp. HOULE, Jean Baptiste.

?– sp. PLANTE, Francois. Born 1801.

2. LAGIMONIÈRE, Marguerite. Born c. 1799; married 1 November 1818, St. Boniface.

– sp. BRUSSEL/ BRUXELLES, Pierre Joseph. Born c. 1789 to Pierre BRUSSEL and Anne Marie NICOLET, St. Maurice, canton de Valais, Switzerland; arrived Canada 1813, as soldier of Captain de Meuron’s regiment; married 1815, Montreal, to Juliana FROLIS; signed on with Lord Selkirk for Red River, 1817; 2d marriage 1818, Red River.

3. BRUXELLES/ BROUSELLE, Josephte. Born c. 1820; married c. 1847, Pembina, or, St. Boniface.

– sp. BOUCHER, Francois. Born to Francois BOUCHER and Josephte MASKEGONE.

4. BOUCHER, Marguerite. Born 1846.

Scrip affidavit for Savoyard, Marguerite; born: 1846; husband: Alexis Savoyard; father: François Boucher (Métis); mother: Josephte Brousselle (Métis); claim no: 497; scrip no: 3864 to 3871; date of issue: June 8, 1876; amount: $160 =

– sp. SAVOYARD, Alexis.

2. LAGIMONIÈRE, Lisette/ Loisette/ Elizabeth. Born c. 1803; married 30 March 1821, Fort Douglas.

– sp. SANDERSON/ SAUNDERSON, George. Born 1796, Carlton House, to James Thomas SANDERSON Sr. and Elizabeth Nancy ‘Nellie’ (a First Nations woman); brother to James Thomas SANDERSON Jr., whose daughter Mary SANDERSON married John Lazarus NORQUAY Sr., councillor in the Legislative Assembly of Assiniboia (see “Family Ties,” Hon. John Lazarus Norquay Sr., St. Margaret’s); died 22 April 1868.

Scrip affidavit for Sanderson, James; widow: Mary Sanderson (deponent); born: 1773; died: November 26, 1873; father: James Sanderson (English); mother: Elizabeth Sanderson (Indian); heirs: Mary (widow deponent); and children George; Sarah, wife of Samuel Spence; Robert and Margaret, wife of Francis Ducharme; claim no: 298; scrip no: 2242 to 2249; date of issue: May 1, 1876; amount: $160 =

3. SANDERSON, George. Born 1823, St. Paul, Red River; married 1842, St. Andrew’s, Red River.

Sanderson Sr., George – Concerning his claim as a child – Address, Prince Albert P.O. [Post Office] – Born, 1823 at St. Paul, Manitoba – Father, George Sanderson, (Métis) – Mother, Elizabeth Lagemodière, (Métis) – Married, 1842 at St. Andrews to Mary Whitford – Children living, ten (names on declaration) – Children deceased, two – Scrip for $160 – Claim 1382 =

– sp. WHITFORD, Mary. Born 1827, St. Andrew’s, Red River, to James WHITFORD (brother of Margaret ‘Peggy’ WHITFORD who married George FLETT and whose son, Rev. George FLETT, married Mary ROSS who was sister to James ROSS of the Provisional Government of Assiniboia [see "Family Ties," Chief Justice of Assiniboia, James Ross]) and Mary SPENCE; sister to James WHITFORD who married Mary ROBILLARD.

Whitford, Mary – Concerning her claim as a head of family – Address, Prince Albert – Born, 1827 at St. Andrews – Father, James Whitford, (Métis) – Mother, Mary Spence, (Métis) – Married, 1842 at St. Andrews to George Sanderson – Children living, ten (names on declaration) – Children deceased, two – Scrip for $160 – Claim 1380 =

4. SANDERSON, Caroline. Born 1841, St. Andrew’s; married 1862, Qu’Appelle; 2d marriage 1873, Qu’Appelle.

Sanderson, Caroline; address: Qu’Appelle P.O. [Post Office]; born: 1841 at St. Andrew; father: George Sanderson (Métis); mother: Mary Whitford (Métis); married: 1862 at Qu’Appelle to Charles Bird and in 1873 at Qu’Appelle to Baptiste Pelletier; children living: George, Mary Ann, Caroline, Virginie, Joseph, Eliza, Amelia, William Bird and Alexander Pelletier; scrip for $160.00; claim no. 1346

– sp. BIRD, Charles.

5. BIRD, William.

DECLARATION OF CAROLINE SANDERSON, RE HER HALF-BREED CLAIM AS ONE OF THE HEIRS OF WILLIAM BIRD

– sp. KENNEDY, William.

5. KENNEDY, Isabella. Born 16 May 1869, Qu’Appelle.

Bourassa, Bella; address: Qu’Appelle; claim no. 1271; born: 16 May 1869 at Qu’Appelle; father: Willie Kennedy (Métis); mother: Caroline Sanderson (Métis); scrip for $ 240.00 =

– sp. BOURASSA.

– sp. PELLETIER, Baptiste.

5. PELLETIER, Alexander.

4. SANDERSON, Margaret Harriet. Born 1861, Fort Ellice.

Sanderson, Margaret Harriet – Concerning her claim as a child – Address, Prince Albert P.O. [Post Office] – Born, 1861 at Fort Ellice, North West Territories – Father, George Sanderson Sr., (Métis) – Mother, Mary Whitford, (Métis) – Scrip for 240 acres of land – Claim 1383 =

4. SANDERSON, Jane. Born 1849, St. Andrew’s, Red River.

Sanderson, Jane, (wife of John Hourie) – Concerning her claim as a child – Address, Prince Albert P.O. [Post Office] – Born, 1849 in St. Andrews – Father, George Sanderson, (Métis) – Mother, Mary Whitford, (Métis) – Married, January, 1884 at Prince Albert to John Hourie – Children living, two, Abraham and Edward – Scrip for 240 acres of land – Claim 1381 =

3. SANDERSON, William. Born 21 July 1826.

Scrip affidavit for Sanderson, Wm.; born: July 21, 1826; father: George Sanderson; mother: Elizabeth Lagemonière; claim no: 2848; scrip no: 12279; date of issue: September 5, 1878; amount: $160 =

3. SANDERSON, Robert. Born 10 January 1828.

Scrip affidavit for Sanderson, Robert; born: January 10, 1828; father: George Sanderson (Métis); mother: Lisette Lagemonière (Métis); claim no: 2423; scrip no: 11282; date of issue: October 2, 1876; amount: $160; =

– sp. GABOURY, Marie Ann. Born 2/15 August 1780, Maskinonge, near Three Rivers, Quebec, to Charles GABOURY and Marie Ann TESSIER; died 14 December 1875, St. Boniface.

Scrip affidavit for Lagemoniere, Marianne; born: 1775; father: Joseph Gaboury (French Canadian); mother: –?, an original white settler from Quebec, settled in Red River Country and have lived there until present date =

2. LAGIMONIÈRE, Reine. Born 6 January 1807, Fort Pembina, North Dakota; married 12 January 1822, St. Boniface; 2d marriage c. 1828; left Red River with husband and family after flood of 1826; returned to Manitoba 1876; died 12 May 1880;1894, St. Boniface.

sp. MONET/ MONETTE dit BELHUMEUR, Michel. Born 1802 to Michel MONET/MONETTE dit BELHUMEUR and Mary Marguerite GRANT.

3. MONET BELHUMEUR, Marie Anne. Born 1821.

– sp. LAMERE/ LAMAIRE, Joseph. 4 January 1795/1798, St. Pierre de Sorel, Richelieu, Quebec [or c. 1807, United States?]; died 4 March 1858, St. Pierre de Sorel.

3. LAMERE, Catherine. Born 10 November 1822, St. Boniface; married 23 October 1838, St. David de Yamaska, Quebec; 2d marriage 1861; died 29 August 1901, St. Boniface.

– sp. JOYAL, David Jr.

4. JOYAL, Marie.

– sp. HOGUE, Adolphe.

– sp. PETRIN, Michel.

3. LAMERE, Joseph. Born 4 September 1824, St. Boniface.

– sp. BRUNET, Marie Ann.

4. LAMARE, Marie.

– HOGUE, Francois.

2. LAGIMONIÈRE, Jean Baptiste ‘La Prairies’. Born 15 August 1808, Fort des Prairies; married 8 June 1829, St. Boniface; died 27 July 1865, Lorette, Manitoba [or, 10 September 1886, Lorette, Manitoba].

Scrip affidavit for Lagemoniere Jr., Jean Baptiste; born: October 1806; father: Jean Baptiste Lagemoniere (Canadian); mother: Marianne Gaboury (French Canadian); father: an original white settler from Quebec, settled in Red River Country and lived there until he died in 1850 =

– sp. HARRISON, Marie. Born 1806 to Edward H./Thomas HARRISON and either Marie Josèphte/Josèphe (a Cree woman) or Sarah; sister to Thomas HARRISON who married Appoline LAGIMONIÈRE (see below) and was the father of Auguste HARRISON, a councellor in the Legislative Assembly of Assiniboia (see “Family Ties,” Hon. Auguste Harrison, Ste.-Anne); died 1865.

3. LAGIMONIÈRE, Moise Michel. Born 5 April 1830; died 6 November 1851.

3. LAGIMONIÈRE, Marie. Born 15 January 1832.

Scrip affidavit for Landry, Marie; born: January 15, 1832; wife of Norbert Landry; father: Baptiste Lagimonière (French Canadian); mother: Marie Harrison (Métis); claim no: 712; scrip no: 5537 to 5544; date of issue: June 26, 1876; amount: $160 =

– sp. LANDRY, Norbert.

3. LAGIMONIÈRE, Marguerite. Born 10 February 1833.

3. LAGIMONIÈRE, Josephte. Born 1835.

3. LAGIMONIÈRE, Elzear. Born 3 March 1838, Red River; married 1858, St. Boniface.

Scrip affidavit for Lagemodiere, Elzear; born: March 3, 1838; father: Baptiste Lagemodiere (French Canadian); mother: Marie Harrison (Métis); claim no: 725; scrip no: 5641 to 5648; date of issue: June 26, 1876; amount: $160 =

– sp. GOULET, Sarah. Born 1839, Red River, to Alexis GOULET and Josephte SIVERIGHT/ SEVERIGHT/ CHARETTE; sister of Guillemine GOULET who married Miles McDERMOT (son of Andrew McDERMOT and Sarah McNAB; and brother to Anne ‘Annie’ McDermot who married A.G.B. Bannatyne, a councillor in the Legislative Assembly of Assiniboia) [see "Family Ties: Via McDermot Family In-Laws," Hon. Andrew Graham Ballenden Bannatyne, St. John’s]).

Scrip affidavit for Lagemodiere, Sarah; born: February 26, 1839; wife of Elzear Lagemodiere; father: Alexis Goulet (Métis); mother: Josette Charette (Métis); claim no: 726; scrip no: 5649 to 5656; date of issue: June 26, 1876; amount: $160 =

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Elise Isabelle.

– sp.

5. LAGIMONIÈRE, Marie Agnes.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Michel. Born 13 October 1867; married 29 February 1892, Lorette, Manitoba.

– sp. PELLETIER, Clara. Born 9 December 1871 to Dositee PELLETIER and Edwidge PHANEUF.

5. LAGIMONIÈRE, Josephine Blanche Lucie. Born 7 March 1896.

5. LAGIMONIÈRE, Bernadette. Born 7 March 1896.

5. LAGIMONIÈRE, Luc. Born 17 April 1898.

5. LAGIMONIÈRE, Bernard. Born 17 April 1898.

5. LAGIMONIÈRE, Lucie. Born 19 December 1899.

3. LAGIMONIÈRE, Mathilde. Born 20 April 1842.

3. LAGIMONIÈRE, William. Born 1843; died 1 October 1865, on the prairie; buried St. Boniface.

3. LAGIMONIÈRE, Elisa. Born 1848; died December 1862, St. Boniface.

2. LAGIMONIÈRE, Josette/ Josephte Marie ‘La Cypress’. Born 1809, Cypress Hills; married 1825, St. Boniface; died c. 30 April 1897, St. Pierre, Manitoba.

Scrip affidavit for Nault, Josette; born: 1812; widow of Amable Nault; father: Baptiste Lagemonière (French Canadian); mother: Maria Lagemonière (French Canadian); father: an original white settler from Muskinongé, Québec, settled in Red River Country in 1817 =

– sp. NAULT, Amable. Born 17 August 1798, St. Genevieve Berthier, Quebec, to Jean Baptiste NAULT and Marie Josephte Louise LAURENCE/LARANCE; occupation, farmer; died 4 February 1867, St. Pierre, Manitoba.

See also Charles-Eugène Voyer, La Famille Amable Nault (1977),  http://k.b5z.net/i/u/2156305/f/LaFamilleAmableNault.pdf, posted to the net by Derrick M. Nault,  Ph.D., Academia.edu blog, http://ucalgary.academia.edu/DerrickNault/Blog

3. NAULT, Andre ‘Nanin’. Born 21 April 1830, St. Boniface; for his role in the Red River Resistance was attacked in March 1871 by 15 Red River Expeditionary Force volunteers and left for dead;  died 17  December 1924, Fort Garry. For obituaries see “Andre Nault is Dead, Ft. Garry Mourns,” Winnipeg Tribune (18 December 1924), posted by Derrick M. Nault who notes, “to the right is the biography ‘Andre Nault, Riel Rebellion Veteran, Dies. Nonagenerian was the Discoverer of English Surveyors, Cause of Trouble'”; and “Andre Nault, Veteran of Riel Times, Dead,” Manitoba Free Press (18 December 1924). See also Derrick Naults comments on the obituaries http://ucalgary.academia.edu/DerrickNault/Blog?page=5

Scrip affidavit for Nault, André; born: April 21, 1830; father: Amable Nault (French Canadian); mother: Josephte Lagemonière (French Canadian); father – an original white settler from Berthier, Québec, settled in Red River Country in 1825 =

– sp. LANDRY, Anastasie. Born 27 June 1832, St. Boniface, to Joseph LANDRY and Genevieve LALONDE.

Scrip affidavit for Nault, Anasthasie; born: June 17, 1833; wife of André Nault; father: Joseph Landry (French Canadian); mother: Geneviève Lalonde (French Canadian), original white settlers from St. Michel Québec, settled in Red River Country in 1820 =

4. NAULT, Marie Eliza. Born 7 March 1851.

Scrip affidavit for Nault, Marie Eliza; born: March 7, 1851; father: André Nault (French Canadian), son of Amable Nault; mother: Anasthasie Landry (French Canadian); granddaughter of an original white settler from Berthier, Québec, settled in Red River Co untry in 1825 =

4. NAULT, Joseph. Born 23 February 1854, Red River; died 23 October 1874.

– sp. ROCHELEAU, Rosalie. Born to Jean Baptiste ROCHELEAU and Mary Anne CARRIERE.

5. NAULT, Louis. Born December 1874.

– sp. MORIN, Philomene. Born c. 1874, Kalispell, Montana, to Pierre MORIN and Lizette DESJARLAIS.

6. NAULT, Ernest Arthur. Born 20 December 1915, Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan.

– sp. LANDRY, Blanche Marie. Born 15 July 1920 to Demas LANDRY and Virginia LETENDRE.

4. NAULT, Elmire. Born 17 May 1856.

Scrip affidavit for Nault, Elmire; born: May 17, 1856; father: André Nault (French Canadian); mother: Anasthasie Landry (French Canadian); grandson of an original white settler from Berthier, Québec, settled in Red River Country in 1825 =

4. NAULT, Napoleon. Born 17 September 1858.

Scrip affidavit for Nault, Napoléon; father: André Nault (French Canadian); mother: Anasthasie Landry (French Canadian); grandchild of Joseph Landry, an original white settler, settled in Red River Country in 1820 and of Amable Nault, another original white settler, settled in Red River Country in 1825; mother: Anasthasie Nault; children: Napoléon, born: September 17, 1858; André, born: March 12, 1860; Elie, born: December 28, 1861; Martin, born: May 6, 1865; Marie, born: February 9, 1867; Aime =

4. NAULT, Andre. Born 12 March 1860.

4. NAULT, Elie. Born 28 December 1861.

4. NAULT, Martin. Born 6 May 1865.

4. NAULT, Marie. Born 9 February 1867.

4. NAULT, Aime.

3. NAULT, Boniface. Born 13 September 1834.

Scrip affidavit for Nault, Boniface; born: September 13, 1834; father: Amable Nault (French Canadian), an original white settler from Berthier, Québec, settled in Red River Country in 1820; mother: Josette Lagemonière (French Canadian) =

– sp. LANDRY, Christine.

4. NAULT, Virginie. Born 25 January 1861.

Scrip affidavit for Nault, Virginie; father: Boniface Nault (French Canadian); mother: Christine Landry (French Canadian); children: Virginie, born: January 25, 1861; Mélanie, born: February 22, 1862; Joseph, Boniface, born: February 9, 1865; André, born: July 9, 1866; Martin, born: January 6, 1870; Alfred, born: June 19, 1871; Vitaline, born: March 11, 1873 =

3. NAULT, Arsene. Born 4 January 1837.

Scrip affidavit for Lariviere, Arsene; born: January 4, 1837; wife of Francois Lariviere; father: Amable Nault (French Canadian); mother: Josephte Lagimodiere (French Canadian), daughter of an original white settler from Quebec, settled in Red River Country in 1815 =

– sp. LARIVIERE, Francois.

3. Nault, Charles. Born February 1840.

Scrip affidavit for Nault, Charles; born: February 1840; father: Amable Nault (French Canadian), an original white settler from Berthier, Québec, settled in Red River Country in 1820; mother: Josette Lagemonière (French Canadian) =

3. NAULT, Angelique. Born 15 February 1849.

Scrip affidavit for Proulx, Angelique; born: February 15, 1849; husband: Paul Proulx; father: Amable Nault; mother: Josephte Lagemodière; husband, father and mother: French Canadian; father: Amable Nault, original white settler from Three Rivers, Que ., entered Red River Country in between 1813 and 1835 =

– sp. PROULX, Paul.

3. NAULT, Romain. Born 1849.

Scrip affidavit for Nault, Romain; born: 1849; father: Amable Nault, original white settler from Berthier, Québec, settled in Red River Country in 1820 (French Canadian); mother: Josette Lagemonière (French Canadian) =

– sp. Philomene.

4. NAULT, Philomene. Born 30 August 1861.

Scrip affidavit for Nault, Philomène; mother: Philomène Nault (French Canadian); father: Romain Nault (French Canadian); children: Philomène, born: August 30, 1861; Marie Denise, born: October 13, 1867; William, born: October 3, 1869; Eleanore, born: March 8, 1871; Clémence, born: April 25, 1873; grandchildren of Joseph Landry and Amable Nault, original white settlers =

4. NAULT, Marie Denise. Born13 October 1867.

4. NAULT, William. 3 October 1869.

4. NAULT, Eleanore. 8 March 1871.

4. NAULT, Clemence. 25 April 1873.

4. NAULT, Romain.

Scrip affidavit for Nault, Romain; father: Romain Nault; died: July 10, 1875; grandfather: Amable Nault, an original white settler, settled in Red River Country in 1820; heir: his father, Romain Nault =

2. LAGIMONIÈRE, Benjamin. Born 15 January, or, 11 December 1811/1813, Fort Pembina; married 21 January 1834, St. Boniface.

Scrip affidavit for Lagemodiere, Benjamin; born: January 15, 1811; father: Jean Baptiste Lagemodiere (Canadian), an original white settler from Quebec, settled in Red River Country and lived there until he died in 1850; mother: Marianne Gaboury ( French Canadian) =

– sp. CARRIERE, Angelique. Born 1817, Red River, to Andre CARRIERE and Angelique LYONS/DION.

(2 children)

2. LAGIMONIÈRE, Appoline/ Pauline. Born 1812/1813, St. Boniface; married c. 1835, St. Boniface; died 4 September 1865; buried 6 September 1865, St. Boniface, Red River Settlement.

– sp. HARRISON, Thomas H. Born c. 15 January 1814, North-west, to Edward H./Thomas HARRISON and either Marie Josèphte/Josèphe (a Cree woman) or Sarah; brother to Marie HARRISON who married Jean Baptiste ‘La Prairies’ LAGIMONIÈRE (see above); died 24 July 1891; buried 27 July 1891, Ste-Anne-des-Chênes, Manitoba.

Scrip affidavit for Harrison Thomas; born: January 15, 1814; father: Thomas Harrison (Métis); mother: Sarah (Indian); claim no: 563; scrip no: 4344 to 4351; date of issue: June 13, 1876; amount: $160 =

3. HARRISON, AUGUSTE. Born 9 March 1836, St. Boniface; married 3 February 1863, St. Boniface.; councillor in the Legislative Assembly of Assiniboia (see Hon. Auguste Harrison, Ste.-Anne); died 2 April 1920; buried 5 April 1920, Ste-Anne-des-Chênes, Manitoba.

Scrip affidavit for Harrison, Auguste; born: March 9, 1836; father: Thomas Harrison (Métis); mother: Pauline Logimoniere (French Canadian); claim no: 558; scrip no: 4304 to 4311; date of issue: June 13, 1876; amount: $160 =

– sp. BEAUGRANDE dit CHAMPAGNE, Lucie/ Lucy. Born December 1841, St. Boniface, Red River Settlement, to Emanuel BEAUGRANDE Sr. dit CHAMPAGNE and Marguerite LAROCQUE.

Scrip affidavit for Harrison, Lucie, wife of Auguste Harrison; born: December 1841; father: Emmanuel Champagne (French Canadian); mother: Marguerite Larocque (Métis); claim no: 559; scrip no: 4312 to 4319; date of issue: June 13, 1876; amount: $160 =

4. HARRISON, Marie. Born c. 1863

4. HARRISON, Remie. Born c. 1865.

4. HARRISON, Marguerite. Born 1866; died 1923.

– sp. DION/ BLANDION/ BLAYONNE, Marc Louis.

4. HARRISON, Melanie. Born c. 1867.

4. HARRISON, Leonide. Born c. 1868.

4. HARRISON,

4. HARRISON,

4. HARRISON,

2. LAGIMONIÈRE, Romain. Born 11 January 1818/ 1819, St. Boniface, Red River; 1st marriage c. 1840/1841, St. Boniface; 2d marriage, St. Laurent, Manitoba; died 14 March 1905, St. Laurent, Manitoba; buried 16 March 1905, St. Laurent.

Scrip affidavit for Lagemoniere, Romain alias Romain Lagemodiere; born: January 11, 1819; father: Jean Baptiste Lagemoniere (Canadian), an original white settler from Quebec, settled in Red River Country in 1850 until he died; mother: Marianne Gaboury (Canadian) =

– sp. VAUDRY, Marie. Born 1818/ 1824, St. Boniface Parish, Red River Settlement, to Toussaint VAUDRY and Marie Anne/Marianne CREBASSA; died 16 February 1873/1875, St. Boniface (or Lorette?), Manitoba.

3. LAGIMONIÈRE, Modeste. Born 25 March 1842, St. Boniface; 1st marriage 5 January 1863, St. Boniface; 2d marriage 21 June 1870, St. Charles Parish, Red River Settlement; died 26 July 1911, St. Boniface; buried 28 July 1911, St. Boniface.

Scrip affidavit for Lagimodiere, Modeste; father: Romain Lagimodiere; mother: Marie Vaudry who died February 16, 1875, leaving as her heirs her children Modeste, Louis, Joseph, Euphrasine, Romain, Daniel, Henry, and Catherine; claim no: 832; scrip no: 6417 to 6424; date of issue: July 12, 1876; amount: $160 =

– sp. BRUNEAU, Josephte Aglae Adelaide. Born 27 January 1848, St. Boniface, to Francois Jacques BRUNEAU and Marguerite/Margaretta HARRISON; died c. 1869, St. Boniface.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Anathase. Born 30 June 1864, St. Boniface; baptized 1 July 1864, St. Boniface; died 27 September 1865, St. Boniface; buried 29 September 1865, St. Boniface.

– sp. DUCHARME, Elisabeth ‘Isabelle’. Born 12 January 1847, St. Boniface; to Joesph FALARDEAU dit DUCHARME and Marguerite RACINE dit RACETTE.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Victoria Marie. Born 1871, St. Boniface; baptized 3 June 1873, St. Boniface.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Marie Anne. Born 4 May 1873, St. Boniface; baptized 3 June 1873, St. Boniface; married 18 January 1898, Lorette, Manitoba; died 3 July 1948, St. Boniface, Manitoba.

– sp. BERARD, Zenon. Born 24 June 1872, St. Barthelmi, Quebec, to Alfred BERARD and Olivine BEAUGRANDE dit  CHAMPAGNE; died c. 1949/1950, St. Boniface, Manitoba.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Joseph. Born 19 June 1875, St. Boniface; baptized 20 June 1875, St. Boniface.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Godfroy. Born 5 December 1877, St. Boniface.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Marie Louise. Born 8 November 1879, St. Boniface.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Rosalie. Born c. 1881, St. Boniface.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Daniel Rosaire. Born 3 March 1883, St. Boniface; baptized 4 March 1883, St. Boniface; married 18 July 1912, St. Boniface; died 27 February 1966, St. Vital; buried 2 March 1966, St. Emily Cemetery, St. Vital.

– sp. LAGIMONIÈRE, Marie Agnes. Born 20 January 1892, Lorette, Manitoba, to Elise Anne LAGIMONIÈRE; baptized 21 January, Lorette, Manitoba; died 4 March 1944, St. Boniface; buried 9 March 1944, St. Boniface.

3. LAGIMONIÈRE, Marie Anne. Born c. December 1842, St. Boniface; married 6 February 1861, St. Boniface; died 21 January 1866, St. Boniface; buried 30 January 1866, St. Boniface.

– sp. CYR, Pierre. Born 12 July 1835, St. Boniface, to Louis CYR and Catherine MARZTINEAU; afterwards married Angelique KLYNE, then later married Eliza POITRAS; died Duhamel, Alberta.

4. CYR, Marie Virginie. Born 28 December 1861, St. Boniface; died 2 August 1902.

4. CYR, Caroline. Born c. 1863, St. Boniface; baptized 4 August 1863, St. Boniface; died October 1865, St. Boniface; buried 30 October 1865, St. Boniface.

4. CYR, Baptist. Born c. January 1865, St. Boniface; baptized 15 January 1865, St. Boniface; died November 1865, St. Boniface; buried 3 November 1865, St. Boniface.

3. LAGIMONIÈRE/ De LAGEMODIERE, Louis. Born 16 November 1843 (Lorette?); married 12 January 1864, St. Boniface; died 7 April 1940, Abbeyville, Manitoba.

Scrip affidavit for De Lagemodiere, Louis; born: 16 November 1843; father: Romain De Lagemodiere (French Canadian); mother: Marie Vaudry (Métis); claim no.: 722; scrip no.: 5617 to 5624; date of issue: June 26, 1876; amount: $160 =

– sp. BRUNEAU, Marie. Born 21 September 1843, St. Boniface, to Francois Jacques BRUNEAU and Marguerite/Margueretta HARRISON; died 1940, Abbeyville, Manitoba.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Joseph. Born 17 September 1864, St. Boniface; baptized 28 September 1864, St. Boniface.

– sp. MARTIN, Emma. Born c. 1869, Red River Settlement.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Eleonore. Born 15 June 1866, St. Boniface; baptized 16 June 1866, St. Boniface; married 2 March 1886, St. Laurent.

– sp. LAURENCE/ LARENCE, Didyme. Born 21 December 1863, St. Norbert, to Norbert LAURENCE/ LARENCE and Josephte PARENTEAU; baptized 21 December 1863, St. Norbert; 2d marriage 1911 to Marie Rose PARISIEN; died 3 September 1940, St. Laurent.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Louis. Born 1868, St. Boniface; baptized 8 June 1868, St. Boniface; died August 1869, St. Boniface.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Colin Elzear. Born April 1870, St. Boniface; baptized 20 April 1870, St. Boniface; married 1st c. 1889; 2d marriage c. 1897, Deer Horn, Manitoba.

– sp. BOYER, Cecile. Born c. 1871, Manitoba.

– sp. LAMBERT, Marie. Born 2 April 1872, Manitoba.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Marie Virginie. Born 1872, St. Boniface; baptized 7 April 1872, St. Boniface; died June 1873, St. Boniface; buried 26 June 1873, St. Boniface.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Joseph William. Born 1874, St. Boniface; baptized 10 May 1874, St. Boniface; died April 1875, St. Boniface; buried 22 April 1875, St. Boniface.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Marguerite. Born 15 December 1878, St. Boniface; married c. 1899, St. Boniface, Manitoba.

– sp. DESJARLAIS, Philip. Born c. 1869, Red River.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Alphonsine. Born 21 November 1880, St. Boniface.

– sp. LARANCE, Jean. Born c. 1871.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Frederick. Born 11 February 1891, St. Boniface [adopted].

3. LAGIMONIÈRE, Marie Catherine. Born 20 June 1846, St. Boniface; married 22 July 1862, St. Boniface; died 15 February 1893, North Dakota, or, 22 June 1893, St. Laurent, Manitoba.

– sp. COUTU/ LACOUTURE, Pierre ‘Henry’. Born 27 November 1835, St. Boniface, to Daniel LACOUTURE/ COUTU and Adelaide BROILLET dit BERNARD; died 30 September 1910, St. Laurent, Manitoba.

4. COUTU, Pierre Daniel. Born 20 May 1863, Red River Settlement; married 5 July 1887, died 2 April 1954, St. Pierre Jolys.

– sp. CHABOYER, Marie. Born 30 June 1865, St. Boniface.

4. COUTU, Joseph Raphael. Born 1 August 1864; died 1 August 1864.

4. COUTU, George Philias. Born 25 June 1865; married c. 1890, St. Boniface..

– sp. CYR, Rosalie. Born 4 April 1871, St. Boniface, to George CYR and Isabelle DAUNAIS; baptized 5 April 1871, St. Boniface.

4. COUTU, Alexander Robert. Born 19 January 1867, St. Boniface; married 26 June 1888, St. Laurent; died 11 September 1942, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

– sp. CHABOYER, Rosalie. Born 3 April 1871, St. Laurent; baptized 7 April 1871, St. Laurent.

4. COUTU, Victor Aristide. Born 25 March 1868, St. Laurent; married c. 1893, St. Laurent; died 2 March 1942.

– sp. LAVALLEE, Marie. Born 26 August 1870, St. Laurent, to Joseph LAVALLEE and Angelique CAMPBELL; baptized 27 August 1870.

4. COUTU, William Romain. Born 26 March 1869, Red River Settlement; married c. 1890, Lorette, Manitoba.

– sp. LAVALLEE, Marguerite. Born 30 March 1870, Red River Settlement.

4. COUTU, Elzear Joseph. Born 17 July 1870, Red River Settlement; married c. 1902, St. Boniface.

– sp. DUMAS, Marie. Born 2 March 1883, St. Boniface.

4. COUTU, Paul Henri. Born 30 September 1872, Lorette, Manitoba.

4. COUTU, Paul Albert. Born 26 October 1873, Lorette, Manitoba; married 9 July 1906, St. Boniface; died 30 March 1953.

– sp. THEROUX, Emilia. Born 29 October 1887, Lorette, Manitoba; 17 July 1971.

4. COUTU, Ovide Edouard. Born 21 June 1876, Lorette, Manitoba; died 15 September 1962.

4. COUTU, Marie Agnes. Born 28 June 1878, Lorette, Manitoba.

4. COUTU,Roderick Micheal. Born 18 November 1879, Lorette, Manitoba; died 28 July 1948.

4. COUTU, Charles Roderick. Born 5 February 1882, Lorette, Manitoba; died 0 February 1965.

– sp. GAUDRY, Alice. Born 22 March 1884, St. Boniface.

4. COUTU, Rosalie. Born 22 March 1883, Lorette, Manitoba.

4. COUTU, Laura Ernestine Rose. Born 19 February 1884, Lorette, Manitoba.

4. COUTU, Louis Henri. Born 1 March 1885, Clarkleigh, Manitoba; died 7 March 1960.

4. COUTU, Charles Edmond. Born 29 December 1886, St. Boniface.

4. COUTU, Francois Xavier. Born 29 December 1886, Lorette, Manitoba; died 29 December 1886, Lorette, Manitoba.

4. COUTU, Ursule Clarine. Born 19 March 1888, Lorette, Manitoba; died 19 March 1888, Lorette, Manitoba.

4. COUTU, Marie Anne Blanche. Born 12 May 1891, Lorette, Manitoba.

– sp. DELARONDE, Alexandre. Born 22 August 1890, St. Boniface, Manitoba.

3. LAGIMONIÈRE, Joseph. Born 27 August 1847, or, 6 June 1852; 1st marriage 12 August 1873, St. Boniface; 2d marriage 11 October 1881, St. Boniface.

– sp. CYR, Isabelle. Born 3 June 1852, St. Boniface, to Louis CYR and Catherine MARTINEAU; died c. 1879, St. Boniface.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Joseph. Born 1874, St. Boniface; baptized 24 May 1874, St. Boniface.

– sp. DAIGNEAULT, Elise Louisa. Born 5/8 October 1856/1862, St. Boniface, to Joseph DAIGNEAULT Jr. and Louise ‘Lisette’ Josette THIBEAULT/THIBAULT.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Armand ‘Alexander’. Born 6 August 1883, St. Boniface; married 2 January 1911, St. Boniface.

– sp. BERARD DUMAIS, Berthe. Born 11 January 1889, St. Norbert, to Maxime DUMAIS Jr. and Eleanore BEAUVETTE/BOUVET.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Edouard. Born 6 May 1885, St. Boniface.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Toussaint. Born 4 May 1887, St. Boniface.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Marie Louise. Born 8 June 1888, St. Boniface.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Rosanna. Born 5 January 1893, St. Boniface.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Michel. Born 25 August, 1896, St. Boniface.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Lucie. Born 6 June 1897, St. Boniface.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Catherine. Born 7 April 1889, St. Boniface.

3. LAGIMONIÈRE, Godfroi/ Godroy/ Godfrey/ Godefroid. Born 1848, St. Boniface; married 15 February 1870, St. Norbert; died 27 September 1874, Ste. Ann; buried 28 September 1874, St. Boniface.

– sp. LEPINE, Rosalie. Born 2 January 1849, St. Boniface, to Jean Baptiste LEPINE Jr. and Isabelle PARENTEAU; 2d marriage 1878 to Charles NOLIN; died 22 May 1927, Onion Lake, Saskatchewan.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Jean Baptiste. Born c. 1871, St. Norbert; baptized 9 February 1871, St. Boniface; 1st marriage 28 November 1893, St. Antoine de Padoue, Batoche, North-West Territory (Saskatchewan); 2d marriage c. 1900.

– sp. DUMONT, Marie. Born 1876, Batoche, to Edouard DUMONT and Sophie LETENDRE; baptized 31 March 1876, St. Laurent des Grande Mission, North-West Territory; died 4 April 1897, Batoche.

– sp. TROTTIER, Veronique. Born c. 1880.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Isabelle. Born 1873, St. Boniface; baptized 15 April 1873, St. Boniface; died February 1874, St. Boniface.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Alexandre. Born 1874, St. Boniface; baptized 31 August 1874, St. Boniface; died 1875, St. Boniface; buried 19 April 1875, St. Boniface.

3. LAGIMONIÈRE, Romain Jr. Born 8 December 1852, St. Boniface; married 26 July 1883; died 5 December 1933, St. Boniface.

– sp. McNAB CALVERT, Julie Marguerite. Born 20 November 1863, Red River; died 3 January 1914.

4. LAGIMONIÈRE, Adeline. Born 10 June 1892.

3. LAGIMONIÈRE, Alphonsine Euphrosine. Born 25 March 1856, St. Boniface; married 8 September 1874, t. Boniface.

– sp. DAIGNEAULT, Henri. Born 27 March 1853, St. Boniface, to Joseph DAIGNEAULT Jr. and Louise ‘Listte’ Josette THIBEAULT/THIBAULT.

4. DAIGNEAULT, Marie Rose. Born 2 July 1875, St. Boniface; baptized 4 July 1875, St. Boniface; married 20 May 1919, Woodridge, Manitoba.

– sp. SAMSON, Narcisse. Born c. 1873.

4. DAIGNEAULT, Alexandre. Born 2 March 1878, St. Boniface; 1st marriage 1 November 1904, St. Boniface; 2d marriage 28 January 1906, Woodridge, Manitoba.

– sp. WRIGHT, Florence. Born c. 1886, St. Boniface, to Martin WRIGHT and Sarah GREENWOOD.

– sp. GOULET, Julienne. Born 17 February 1887, St. Boniface to Maxime GOULET and Elise GENTHON.

4. DAIGNEAULT, Louis. Born 2 July 1886, St. Boniface.

4. DAIGNEAULT, Annie. Born 20 August 1893, St. Boniface; married 29 January 1909, Woodridge, Manitoba.

– sp. MILLS, Ernest. Born 25 February 1885, Whitewater, near Brandon (Manitoba).

4. DAIGNEAULT, Delia. Born 16 August 1896, St. Boniface.

3. LAGIMONIÈRE, William ‘Daniel’. Born 24 November 1861, St. Boniface; died Lorette, Manitoba.

3. LAGIMONIÈRE, Pierre ‘Henry’. Born 8 May 1865, St. Boniface; married 1891, St. Boniface.

– sp. McDOUGALL, Virginie. Born 30 May 1872, St. Boniface, to Joseph McDOUGALL and Appoline ‘Pauline’ GAUDRY/BEAUDRY; baptized 31 May 1872, St. Boniface; 2d marriage 1898 to Joseph GERVAIS PLOUFFE.

– sp. HOULE/ DAVIS/ RANGER, Julie ‘LaSiouse’. Born 1853, Red River; died 8 December 1893; buried 10 December 1893, Lorette, Manitoba.

2. LAGIMONIÈRE, Julie. Born 26 August 1819/1820, or, 23 July 1822; married 21 January 1843; [see above]

– sp. RIEL, Jean Louis ['Sr']. [see above]

2. LAGIMONIÈRE, Joseph. Born 20/25 December, St. Boniface or Canada; married 1845; died 1864.

– sp. LUSSIER, Josephte. Born 1825/1829 to Pierre Toussaint LUSSIER and Josephte LACHEVROTIERE/CHEVERIGUIRE/DECHAVIGNY.

3. LAGIMONIÈRE, Modeste.

3. LAGIMONIÈRE, Joseph.

3. LAGIMONIÈRE, Marie.

3. LAGIMONIÈRE, Veronique.

3. LAGIMONIÈRE, Pauline.

3. LAGIMONIÈRE, Elsie.

3. LAGIMONIÈRE, Jean Baptiste.

3. LAGIMONIÈRE, Josette.

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[Credit: The original research on which this page is based was commissioned for the Legislative Assembly of Assiniboia Project, by Aboriginal and Northern Affairs Manitoba. The current page is presented gratis -- I have no funding from any agency.]



Responses

  1. Hello, I am a decendant of Jean Baptiste Riel and have attempted to substantiate this claim:
    1. RIEL dit L’IRLANDE, Jean Baptiste ‘Sanscouci’/a.k.a. Jack REILLY. Born c. 1645, Limerick, Ireland; one of the Irish ‘Wild Geese‘, assimilated into the army of Louis XIV; voyaged to Canada and soldiered in the Compannie de La Valtrie (Berthier Company of the Carignan-Salieres Regiment); died Lavaltrie, Quebec

    I have found no evidence in my meager online research that they are indeed one and the same person, that a Jack Rielly even existed, birth records do not exist, and he is not listed as a known soldier in the Carignan-Salieres Regiment, or that he married Louise Lafontaine in Ireland.

    Can you tell me if you have documented proof of any of these claims or is it just a good story that everyone has accepted and passed around the internet.Thanks

  2. I am a direct descendant of Godfroi Lagimodiere and Rosalie Lepine’s son Jean Baptiste and his third wife Caroline Josephine Trottier. :)

    • Hi Candice,,I am as well,,,I find it quite interesting the age differences between Veronique and Caroline?,,

  3. I am a direct descendant a well 3rd and 4th grandparents and I have just got same dates to fill in my genealogy. I also have the spelling as Naud and Nau then changed to Nault. Thanks for your work on this

  4. Looking for Tate relitives,,,Saskatchewan,,,,Thomas Toby Tate and Philomene Morin/Tate


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