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Mary Anne Warpotksva (1811 - 1922)

MARY ANNE WARPOTKSVA (OTHERWISE MARY ANN SCHETGUN, MARY ANN SCHELAIN, OR INDIAN MARY) is the daughter of Souvouekett. An obituary published in the Kamloops Standard-Sentinel shortly after her death...

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Anne Saint Paul (1844 - 1914)

ANNE SAINT PAUL (OTHERWISE ANNIE SAINT PAUL) First Nation Woman is the daughter of Saint Paul (Otherwise Jean Baptiste Lolo, or Chief Lolo) She was born in British Columbia in 1844 [British Columbi...

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Sally Timentwa (1798 - 1884)

SALLY TIMENTWA Okanagan Woman and Housewife in the Red River Settlement Sally Timentwa is reported to have been the daughter of an Okanagan Indian chief. In 1812 she married the fur trader Alexande...

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George McLean, DCM (1875 - 1934)

PRIVATE GEORGE MCLEAN, DCM Canadian War Hero: Recipient of the Distinguished Conduct Medal is the son of Allan McLean, and his wife Angele. His father, who was the leader of the infamous Wild McLea...

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Louis Manuel (1894 - 1963)

LOUIS MANUEL (1894-1963) belongs to the Neskonlith Indian Band (Sometimes Neskainlith Indian Band). He is the son of Charles Manuel Joyal, and his wife Annie Reilly [British Columbia, Marriage Regist...

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Isadore Celesta (1942 - 1971)

ISADORE CELESTA (1942-71) belongs to the Simpcw First Nation, formerly know as the North Thompson Indian Band. His usual place of residence was at Chu Chua, just north of Barriere in British Columbia...

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Ignace Awennaietha Rice (c.1784 - 1833)

Ignace Awennaietha Deer Rice B1784 was a hunter and also a trapper Judy Rice Ignace profile pic is his marriage document Jan 24,1804 and his sponsor was Chief Jacques Tareha who drowned Lake Superior s...

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Chief Antoine Larue (1904 - 1939)

CHIEF ANTOINE LARUE (OTHERWISE ANTHONY LEREAU, OR ANTHONY LAREAU) Chief of the Kamloops Indian Band, 1932-39 is the son of Adam Larue, and his wife, Jennie Stewart. He was born at the Kamloops Indi...

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Ignace Kayaanra (deceased)

IGNACE (OTHERWISE IGNACE FRIED, YGNOUCE FRISE, IGNACE FRAZY, OR IGNACE KAYAANRA) belongs to the Iroquois Nation. For confirmation of this fact see the image of his daughter's Sarah's marriage regis...

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Etienne Pigarouisnunepiresi (Sorcier chaman) (1621 - d.)

date incertaine 1621 1639 1643,,,,,, PIGAROUICH, baptisé Étienne, shaman algonquin et chrétien apostat ; circa 1639–1643. Pigarouich maintint qu’il avait acquis...

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Mackoodzie (deceased)

MACKOODZIE (OTHERWISE THE SINGING GIRL) married John Tod à la façon du pays, while he was employed as Clerk in Charge at McLeod's Lake in British Columbia,1824-33. They had a daughter w...

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Charles E Mayo, Sr. (1881 - 1974)

Added by E. Nickerson- Photo taken about 1923 Rampart. Charles Mayo - Center. with Children.- Universty Of Alaska Archives. /Elwin Nickerson/

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Wallace Mayo (1893 - c.1965)

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Cyril Allan Mayo (c.1918 - 1944)

RIFLEMAN CYRIL ALLAN MAYO (1918-44) of the Royal Winnipeg Rifles was killed in action on Juno Brach in Normandy, France, on 6 June 1944. His memory is honored on the Bayeux Memorial in Calvados, Fran...

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Leon(Tekarihoken) Joseph Rice (1899 - 1971)

Caughnawaga,Que. baptismal certificate... from La PROISSE DE CAUGHNAWAGA,QUE.. pour l'annee mil 1899 the third day of August 1899, I the undersigned,curate of this parish, have baptized Leon-Joseph...

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Chief Pierre Atawenrate (c.1814 - d.)

The Organization and Composition of Kahnawake’s Council of Chiefs Some writers of Kahnawake’s history have suggested that during the nineteenth century Kahnawake was governed by a council...

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Charles francois Denys Thibaudiere Delaronde (1763 - 1840)

de la Ronde LETTERS - Ida Schneider to J. C. Bonenfant From the Nipigon Historical Museum Archives March 24, 1964 Mr. J.C. Bonenfant Bibliothecaire Hotel du Gouvernement Quebec City Canada Dear M...

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Paul Nioherasha (Thibaudiere) Delaronde (1813 - 1901)

Paul Nioherasha (Thibaudier)Delaronde born 1813 son of Voyageur Charles Francois Denys Thibaudiere Delaronde and Madeleine Pewadjwonokwe Delarond from Kanesatake their own ancestors include Simom @ Jea...

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Betsy (b. - 1851)

BETSY (OTHERWISE BETSEY RANDALL) HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY EMPLOYEE is probably a Cree woman. It cannot be regarded as certain but it seems quite likely, probable even, that she belonged to that branch ...

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Margaret Wahweya (1875 - d.)

MARGARET WAHWEYA (OTHERWISE MARGARET WAHWEYN) (floruit 1876-1901) belongs to the Ojibway Nation (Otherwise the Anishinaabe Nation, or the Chippewa Nation). She is the daughter of Alexander Wahweya an...

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Jenny Lucie (c.1816 - d.)

JENNY LUCIE (OTHERWISE KNOWN AS JENNIE, GENIE, OR KAN-NAPH-HA) is a Secwepemc woman. In later life she belonged to the Kamloops Indian Band but her roots may have been in the Xat'sull First Natio...

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Anna Mary Tatqua (1847 - 1887)

ANNA MARY TATQUA (1847-1887) is a Secwepemc woman. She belongs to the Bonaparte Indian Band. A daughter of Chouson Rein, and his wife, Asckoe, she was born at the Bonaparte Indian Reserve, near Lillo...

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Chief Elie Larue (c.1872 - 1943)

CHIEF ELI LARUE (1872-1943) is the son of Abraham Larue (Otherwise Brem Larue) and his wife Marie [British Columbia, Death Registrations, 1872-1986, index and images, FamilySearch] He was born in Kam...

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Grand Chief George Manuel (1921 - 1989)

GRAND CHIEF GEORGE MANUEL (1921-89) Chief of the Neskonlith Indian Band (1960-1966); First President of the North American Indian Brotherhood (1959-63); Community Development Officer for the federal ...

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Kiwisānce (b. - 1886)

KIWISĀNCE (Cowessess, Ka-we-zauce, Little Child, literally boy) was Chief of a mixed band of Plains Cree and Saulteaux. He is the son of Chief Okanase (Otherwise Michael Cardinal) and the brot...

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Louis O'Soup (c.1839 - 1913)

LOUIS O'SOUP (floruit 1839-1913) OTHERWISE LOUIS OSOOP, LOUIS OUSUPE, OR LOUIS OCHOUP was a Plains Saulteaux orator, chief, farmer, and hunter. He was probably born during the late 1830s, likely in...

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Chief Keeseekoowenin (c.1818 - 1906)

CHIEF KEESEEKOOWENIN (c.1818-1906) Keeseekoowenin was born around 1818 in the Bow River area of what is now the province of Alberta. His father was Chief Okanase, meaning "Little Bone", also known as...

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Chief Okanase (c.1790 - c.1870)

OKANASE (OTHERWISE MICHAEL CARDINAL) Chief of the Riding Mountain Indian Band Chief Okanase, whose name means “little bone,” was of the historic fur-trading Cardinals who over several...

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Jean Baptiste Lolo (1798 - 1868)

JEAN BAPTISTE LOLO (OTHERWISE ST. PAUL, PAUL LOLO, SAINT SOL, CHIEF ST. PAUL, OR CHIEF LOLO) Hudson's Bay Company Emloyee at Fort Kamloops, 1828-68 is thought likely to be the son of Michael Card...

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Chief Louis Clexlixqen (c.1834 - 1915)

LOUIS CLEXLIXQEN Otherwise known as Petite Louis, Little Louis, Louis Hi Kleh Kan, Louis Ha-tan-kun, Louis Klick-tick-tun, Louis TlihTlih-en, Louis Gleghleghken (xlexxle'yken) Louis XlExlexkEn, Louis...

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Marguerite Sllortssa (c.1828 - d.)

MARGUERITE SLLORTSSA (floruit 1868-91) is a Secwepemc woman. She belongs to the Kamloops Indian Band. A daughter of Jacques Houoko, she was born, in 1827, or 1828, probably at Kamloops in British Col...

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Charles Denys de la Ronde (1763 - 1840)

Charles (Francois Denys DeLaronde-Thibaudiere is also my 3rd grt grandfather my grandmother Mary Anne DeLaronde Stuart Rice she married Israel Rice her mother was Charlotte Agathe Delaronde b1844 her f...

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Arthur Joseph Rice (1910 - 1976)

Arthur Rice born 1910 was a prospector in Labrador Mining and Exploration Company in 1943 .Canada ,he worked in the Paymaster Mine in timmins ont in 1939, and was also a carpenter, he moved his young f...

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Silas Rice (1695 - 1779)

Four members of the RICE family were made captives of the Caughnawaga Mohawks on Aug. 8, 1704 at Marlboro (now Westboro) Mass. While gathering flax in a field with other members of the family they were...

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Israel Tekarihoken Rice (c.1870 - 1937)

My Grandfather Israel (Tekarihoken) was a fur trapper and sold his pelts to the Hudson Bay company and he was a hunter also he was a cook in Lumber camps judy riceTEKARIHOKEN (Tegarihogen, Tegarioguen,...

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