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Paul Nioherasha (Thibaudiere) Delaronde (1813 - 1901)

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Charles francois Denys Thibaudiere Delaronde (1763 - 1840)

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Donald Daniel Ross (1822 - 1885)

Fought at the Battle of the Grand Couteau against Dakota Sioux in 1851 as well as Battle of Batoche in 1885 He died in the Battle at Batoche.. Source: by Del Majore.

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Urbaine Delorme, I (c.1798 - 1886)

Historian Lawrence Barkwell on the website Scribd called Urbaine Sr. the 'Richest Man on the Prairies'. He was chosen Captain of the Hunt up to 25 straight years. Urbain Delorme - The Rich Man of t...

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Marie Marguerite Grant (c.1805 - 1856)

Marie McGillis, wife of Cuthbert Grant Jr. was a descendant of the McGillis' & MacDonald's of Glengarry County. These two families were United Empire Loyalists, who served Canada in War of 1812, and th...

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Robert Lyons (c.1760 - d.)

My 6th Great Grandfather, Robert Lyons, served the fur trade at Fort Albany, Osnaburgh House, Fort Gibraltar, and Brandon House. Sources: Dunn, W. S. (2000). Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online. Un...

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John Lyons (1786 - 1875)

John continued with the Fur Trading tradition, married Marguerite Kipling, also a Fur Trading family. Both John & Nancy are part of Manitoba Fur Trade history. See source:

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Alexander Duncan Munro (1857 - d.)

MUNROE, Alexander Duncan. Born 1842 [See comment of descendant, Troy Sharp, below. Some internet sites apparently confuse Alexander with another individual of the same name: Born 20 March 1857 Red Rive...

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Susan McGillivray (c.1769 - 1819)

Susan was a Cree lady whom William McGillivray had taken as 'country wife' in the tradition of the fur traders. They were the parents of three sons and a daughter, though one son did not survive to adu...

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Alexis Cuillerier dit Beaubien (c.1745 - 1780)

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Margaret Roy (c.1800 - 1843)

From: Author: Wayne Jones The information regarding Margaret ROY or she sometimes appears with the English equivalent KING is from a B.I.A. (Bureau of Indian Affairs) Probate File - Sault Ste. Mari...

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Francois Roy (1796 - d.)

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Therese McGillivray (c.1800 - 1869)

From: Author: Wayne Jones PROP: 18 SEP 1877 Claim no. 2841; Scrip no. 12362 to 12365, Dec. 10, 1878 Baptism: 21 JUN 1836 St. James, Red River Colony Note: She was of mixed blood, French and Chipp...

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Vincent Roy, Sr. (1795 - 1872)

From: Wayne Jones, author According to the details at the Hudson Bay Company, Vincent worked for the North West Company from 1819 till the merger in 1821. He then started working for the Hudson Bay...

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Peter Corrigal (1782 - 1866)

NAME: CORRIGAL, PETER PARISH: Orphir, Orkney ENTERED SERVICE: 1797 DATES: b.ca. 1782 [CORRIGLE] Islands d. Oct.10,1866 Appointments & Service Outfit Year*: Position: Post: District: HBCA Reference: ...

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Francois Richard (1770 - 1872)

Claim #2427 Scrip #9710-9719

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Marguerite Boucher (c.1792 - 1890)

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Thomas Majore (1909 - 1978)

Thomas "Tommy' Majore (b. 1909- d. 1978) was a proud Metis. He grew up in the traditional Metis community of Lebret, Saskatchewan. The 1940's were the years of his greatest achievements when he was a P...

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Catherine Tate (deceased)

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Ann Fidler (1809 - 1889)

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Andrew Fidler (1806 - 1846)

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Elizabeth Moore (1865 - 1920)

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Kahnawpawamakan (c.1769 - 1813)

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William Erasmus (1835 - d.)

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Sarah Birston (c.1809 - 1833)

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Alexander Birston, Jr. (1804 - 1869)

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Margaret Twatt (deceased)

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Nancy Rowand Harriott (1818 - 1850)

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John Edward Harriott, Jr. (1842 - 1924)

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Alexander Birston (c.1775 - 1829)

Hudson's Bay Company labourer, canoeman

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Patasagawis (Nancy) Ann Henry (c.1787 - 1838)

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John Peter Pruden (1778 - 1869)

Excerpt from George Simpson’s Character Book “ … A man of good conduct and character and of respectable appearance and manner but weak minded vain & silly without decision in or ...

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Catherine Tenanse MP (1774 - 1817)

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Thomas Jonathan Fidler (1795 - 1875)

5'6 l/2", not fit for being an Interpreter disobedient, careless of property and afraid of the Indians but very hardy & ingenious" Source : Hudson's Bay Company Archives

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Charles Fidler (1798 - 1886)

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Peter Fidler (1769 - 1822)

Peter Fidler was born in Bolsover, Derbyshire, England and at the age of 19 years signed a 5 year contract with the Hudson Bay Co. (H.B.C.) as a labourer at York Factory. Because of competition between...

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Elizabeth-Marguerite Fidler (Thomas) (1829 - 1863)

Adopted the surname "Thomas" when her mother married Simon Thomas.

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Margaret Favel (1939 - d.)

RG15 , Interior , Series D-II-8-b , Volume 1327 , Reel C-14938 , Access code: 90 File Title: Favel, Margaret - Concerning her claim as a head of family - Address, Edmonton - Born, St. Andrews in 1839...

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John Robert Moore (1862 - d.)

In 1884 Robert MOORE (age 22) was recruited by General WOLSELEY as part of a group of 392 Canadian boatmen known as the Nile Voyageurs. This is the same Gen. WOLSELY whose troops ended the RIEL rebelli...

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Grace Moore (1861 - d.)

In 1910 Agnes & Robert adopted Tena Irene, an illegitimate child of Sarah LAMBERT and George DICKINSON (1860-1930). Sarah LAMBERT was Grace’s niece, daughter of her sister, Harriet SANDERSON & A...

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Jane McKenzie (deceased)

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Roderick McKenzie, Jr. (c.1805 - 1850)

Apparently in 1844 Roderick Junior killed an Indian in a drunken brawl near Lake Nipissing (ref 27). He was acquitted on the murder charge, but his excessive drinking brought about his dismissal from t...

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Roderick McKenzie (1772 - 1859)

Note: Do not confuse with Roderick McKenzie (1761-1844) of Terrebonne, or RODERICK McKENZIE JR (c1791-1830) who married SARAH “SALLY” SUTHERLAND (c1801-1829). .=== In 1839, appointed ...

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Colin Inkster (1843 - d.)

the Hon. Colin Inkster, served as High Sheriff of Manitoba for fifty-two years, and was acknowledged to be “a walking encyclopedia of Red River history,” in an article published in the Wi...

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Josette Work (1809 - 1896)

Source Despite his infamous past romantic adventures, when Work met Josette Lagace in 1826 he became a devoted husband. Josette was a Metis (French voyageur father, Spokane Indian mother) girl who ...

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John Work (c.1792 - 1861)

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Rev. Henry Budd (c.1810 - 1875)

Journal of Henry Budd= Rev. Henry Budd was the first Aboriginal ordained minister in the Church of England. Ordained December 22, 1850 at St. Andrew’s Church on the Red River.

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A-pis-ta-Squa-sish Cocking (deceased)

Was paid an annuity after Matthew Cocking's death.

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Mith-coo-coo-man-E'Squew (Mary) Cocking (c.1782 - c.1853)

From "Many Tender Ties" pg 140.... William Hemmings Cook persuaded to have his 35 year old union with Mary (Agathas) Cocking blest by the church, although the couple had lived in Red River since the ea...

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Matthew Cocking (1743 - 1799)

References: Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Vol. IV (biography by Irene Spry) Germaine Warkentin, Canadian Exploration Literature: An Anthology, Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1993, pp. 142-153 ...

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John Favel, Jr. (c.1734 - 1784)

REFERENCES E.E.Rich, Moose Fort Journals, 1783-85, London, HBRS Vol. XVII, 1954, p. 253; J.B.Tyrell, Journals of Hearne and Turnor, Champlain Society, 1934, p. 265 Authored Post Journals: B.086/a/021...

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Colin Campbell McKenzie (1836 - d.)

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Rev, Benjamin McKenzie (1837 - 1928)

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Eliza Garrioch (1824 - 1894)

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Mary Favell (deceased)

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Samuel Favel (deceased)

SAMUEL FAVEL is the son of Thomas Favel, and his wife, Sarah Trout [Red River Ancestry]

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Richard Favell (deceased)

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John Favell (deceased)

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Sally Spence (1815 - d.)

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Thomas Favel (c.1779 - 1848)

(II)-Thomas Favel (Favell) (1780-1848), Metis likely son of (I)-John Favell Jr. d-1784, employed HBC (1754-1784) and Tittmeg or Titameg, Indian woman:; married Sally a Cree woman. (II)-Jane Favel, Meti...

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Mary Faries (c.1853 - 1938)

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Joseph Favell (c.1828 - d.)

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Sarah Favell (c.1780 - d.)

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Charles Favell (1826 - d.)

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Humphrey Martin Favel (c.1777 - d.)

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Cuthbert Grant II (1793 - 1854)

Fur trader with North West Company; first leader of the Métis people. See above link. Wikipedia contributors, 'Cuthbert Grant', Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 17 May 2012, 21:25 UTC, [acc...

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Mary Inkster (1804 - c.1892)

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Alfred Campbell Garrioch (1848 - 1934)

Born at Kildonan on 20 February 1848, of mixed-blood origin, Garrioch studied theology at St. John’s College during the Red River Rebellion of 1869-70. He negotiated with Riel for safe passage f...

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Edward Bird (1883 - d.)

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Harriet Bird (1855 - d.)

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William Gilbert Bird (1848 - 1942)

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Anne Garrioch (1826 - 1919)

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William Garrioch (1786 - 1844)

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Nancy Calder (c.1787 - 1880)

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Thomas McNab (1782 - 1866)

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Mary Wash-e-soo-E'Squew Budd (1780 - 1850)

The name chosen for Matthew Cocking’s second daughter, who was Henry Budd’s mother, is revealing. “Wash-e-soo-E’Squaw” is derived from Wa shisoo “she is bright...

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Rev. John Alexander MacKay (1838 - 1923)

Church of England priest, educator, and translator; b. 14 July 1838 in Mistassini (Moose Factory, Ont.), tenth of the twelve children of William McKay and Mary Bunn, who were both of mixed blood; broth...

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William Hemmings Cook (1768 - 1846)

Added by E. Nickerson - Citations-Irene M. Spry, “COOK, WILLIAM HEMMINGS,” in Dictionary of Canadian Biography, vol. 7, University of Toronto/Université Laval, 2003–, access...

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John Stuart (1780 - 1847)

Wikipedia contributors. " John Stuart (explorer) ." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia.

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Edward Umfreville (c.1755 - d.)

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John Inkster (c.1798 - 1874)

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Rachel Bunn (1840 - 1909)

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John Heckenberger (c.1840 - d.)

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Jane Renville (1831 - 1926)

Red River Pioneer Passes Away at Her Home Near Pembina at 105 Years of Age From Pembina Express: -- Mrs. John Baptiste Renville, mother of J. R. Renville of Pembinatownship, died at the home of her s...

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William Flett (1775 - 1819)

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John Edward Harriott, Sr. (1797 - 1866)

HARRIOTT, JOHN EDWARD, HBC chief factor; b. 1797 in London, England, a son of John Peter Pruden’s sister; d. 7 Feb. 1866 in Montreal, Canada East. In 1809 John Edward Harriott entered the serv...

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Colin Sinclair (1816 - 1901)

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Lisette Louise Rowand (c.1790 - c.1849)

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Sir George Simpson (1792 - 1860)

SIMPSON, Sir GEORGE, governor of the HBC, author, and businessman; b. probably in 1786 or 1787 in the parish of Lochbroom (Highland), Scotland, son of George Simpson; m. 24 Feb. 1830 his cousin Frances...

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Harriet Lillie Asham (1884 - d.)

Asham, James; concerning the claim of his daughter, Harriet Lillie Asham; claim no. 395; address: Kinisota born: 5 April 1884 at Ebb Flow Lake Reserve; father: James Asham (Métis & deponent); mo...

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Robert Campbell (1886 - 1886)

Campbell, Louison; heir to his deceased son, Robert Campbell; claim no. 316; address: near Winnipegosis; born: 1886 at Kenesota; father: Louison Campbell (Métis & deponent); mother: Flora (M�...

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John Rowand, Jr. (1812 - 1865)

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John McNab (c.1755 - c.1820)

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Sarah McNab Bunn (1778 - c.1810)

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Mary Nancy MacKay (1798 - 1873)

BUNN, Mary ‘Nancy’. Born 15 April 1798/1799 Rupert’s Land; registered at school 9 September 1809 by George Geddes at York; married 27 January 1815, St. Paul’s parish, Red Ri...

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Jane Cook McNab Heckenberger (b. - 1870)

"When Jane Heckenberger, daughter of former Hudson's Bay factor William Hemmings Cook, was convicted on the 19th of February 1853 of contriving and concealing the death of her daughter's natural child,...

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Peter Erasmus, Jr. (1833 - 1931)

Peter Erasmus was a Metis traveller, guide, buffalo hunter, translator, farmer, Indian Agent, and mission worker. He was born in 1833, and died in 1931. Erasmus was instrumental as the translator at th...

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Abbiga Shiez Ross (deceased)

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James Nelson Settee (c.1811 - 1902)

Biography of James Settee - Library & Archives Canada Info here about one of James Settee's grandmothers being the daughter of John Newton, b. 1695 to 1750. She was half-sister to John Newton (b....

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John Richard Settee (1842 - c.1920)

1891 Census for Prince Albert, SK and Son of Reverend James Settee and Sarah Sally Cook. John Richard was also in the Anglican ministry. Very interesting information about John Richard Settee's o...

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