JEANNE ONAUS née en 1621 à INDIAN NATION

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JEANNE AUNOIS NOUNAU ONAUS née à INDIAN NATION en 1621, épouse de Pierre-Michel LEFEBVRE dit Lacizeray, d'après Rootsweb: Quebec-Research.

Voir Appendix A: Sources de références ( plusieurs PRDH & autres documents historiques énumérés.)

Note: Dans Généalogie du Québec, Jeanne "Auneau" , est citée comme étant "d'origine inconnue".


Cliquer sur site suivants:

http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/QU ... 1022947986

www.nosorigines.qc.ca/GenealogieQuebec. ... 440&Ing=fr


Jeanne Aunos, Amérindienne or Native American ( sauvage) according to Baptisms of Immaculée Conception of Trois-Rivières.

DANS LA LISTE DES BAPTÊMES DE L'ÉGLISE CATHOLIQUE

L'IMMACULÉE-CONCEPTION-DES-TROIS-RIVIÈRES, PAGE B 601:

Jeanne Onaus est clairement indiquée Amérindienne. Elle est citée dans le registre de BAPTÊME de Perrine, Amérindienne:



B: 1651-08-27, N: 1651-08-24


01 PERRINE o: AMERINDIEN (791) C F

02 MARIE / KITARANGOUKOUE o: AMERINDIEN (791) MERE F

03 o: AMERINDIEN (701) PERE M

04 PIERRE /KOUC / LAFLEURDECOGNAC M

05 JEANNE / ONAUS o: AMERINDIEN (791) M F

06 PIERRE / LEFEBVRE M M

07 JOSEPH I / DUPERON p:02 C M




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NOTE: LE REGISTRE DE BAPTÊME A PRIORITÉ SUR LE PRDH. DE PLUS, LE REGISTRE DE BAPTÊME EST SOUS-SIGNÉ PAR LE PÈRE JÉSUITE JOSEPH DUPERON.

Bonne lecture.

Père Jacques







-DESCENDANTS DE PIERRE LEFEBVRE ET DE JEANNE ONAUS ( AUNEAU, AUNOIS, NOUNAU, HAMEAU, etc.)


LIENS AMÉRINDIENS ET MÉTIS:


ID: I015549
Name: Marguerite OuabanKiKoue
Sex: F
Birth: in Miami Indian Village
Death: ABT 31 OCT 1732 in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan 1 of Smallpox 1
Burial: 31 OCT 1732 Ste. Anne, Detroit, Michigan 1
Event: Alternate spelling Ouacaiskikoue, Ouaouanhicouct, Wapankkikwa (Swan woman) 2 3
Reference Number: 17434
Note:
Marguerite was a Miami Indian. as is documented by church records. Unfortunately, any records of her relationships with other members of her tribe (if they were stated) were destroyed when Ste. Anne's of Detroit burned in 1703. Some web sites and written works have stated that she was the mother or sister of Cold Foot or Pecan, or the grandmother of Little Turtle.

Unfortunately, it is impossible to document any of these purported relationships due the lack of written records. Further complicating the issue is the complicated nature of the Miami kinship words. The best we can say is that she was not the mother of Cold Foot or Pecan & probably not the grandmother of Little Turtle since the births, deaths and marriages of all of her children except the Marie Louise who was born and baptised in 1717 are all fully documented in the French Canadian parish records (which included Detroit and Fort St. Philippe.

The following information regarding Miami kinship was taken from the Miami Indians of Indiana website, which has a chart to accompany the relationships (http://www.indianamiamis.org/text/gen_n ... tions.html]

The Miami tribe does not apply the word "cousin" to their genealogy. All of the children in the family, regardless of whether or not they share the same parents, are considered brothers and sister.

The men of the tribe are the "father" to not only their direct offspring, but also to their brothers' children.

If one of the men has a sister, he will act as an "uncle" to her children, since the role of father is occupied by her husband and his brothers.

The women of the tribe, conversely, are considered an "aunt" to the children of their brother(s) children.

However, the same women are "mothers" to their sisters children.

The grandparents preside atop the tribe's genealogy. They are considered grandparents to all of the children of the tribe.


Marriage 1 Pierre Roy b: 3 JAN 1676/77 in Laprairie, Québec
Married: ABT 1703 in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan 4 5
Children
Marguerite Roy b: BEF 27 APR 1704 in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan
Pierre Roy b: BEF 21 APR 1706 in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan
Marie-Louise Roy b: BEF 19 MAY 1708 in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan
Marie-Madeleine Roy b: 25 MAY 1710 in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan
François Roy b: 20 APR 1713 in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan

Sources:
Title: Genealogy of the French Families of the Detroit River Region (1701-1911)
Author: Denissen, Christian
Publication: Detroit Society for Genealogical Research, Detroit, Revised edition, 1987
Note: Revised Edition edited by Robert L. Pilon & Stephen F. Keller. Denissen anglicized the names; I have standardized names per Jetté wherever possible
Note: Good - Relied on Tanguay for Québec data- names, dates & relationships should be verified with Jetté or PRDH, as birth dates as stated in Denissen are often baptismal dates.
Repository:
Note: Detroit Public Library, Windsor Ontario Public Library
Media: Book
Page: 1108
Title: Programme de recherche en démographie historique
Author: University of Montréal
Publication: Montréal, Québec via internet subscription (names standardized per Jetté)
Note: Excellent
Repository:
Media: Internet
Page: Internet
Title: Sammye Darling
Repository:
Media: Electronic
Title: Dictionnaire genealogique de familles du Québec des origines a 1730
Author: René Jetté
Publication: Les Presses de l'Universite de Montréal, Montréal, Québec, 1983
Note: Excellent
Repository:
Note: Personal Library
Media: Book
Page: 1022
Title: Programme de recherche en démographie historique
Author: University of Montréal
Publication: Montréal, Québec via internet subscription (names standardized per Jetté)
Note: Excellent
Repository:
Media: Internet
Page: 3874
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ID: I092152
Name: Louiliracatias Miami Indian
Sex: F
Death: BEF 1781 1
Reference Number: 92152

Marriage 1 Joseph Nicolas Gouin b: 10 JUN 1746 in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan
Married: BEF 1776 2
Children
Charles Nicolas Gouin b: JUN 1776 in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan

Sources:
Title: Genealogy of the French Families of the Detroit River Region (1701-1911)
Author: Denissen, Christian
Publication: Detroit Society for Genealogical Research, Detroit, Revised edition, 1987
Note: Revised Edition edited by Robert L. Pilon & Stephen F. Keller. Denissen anglicized the names; I have standardized names per Jetté wherever possible
Note: Good - Relied on Tanguay for Québec data- names, dates & relationships should be verified with Jetté or PRDH, as birth dates as stated in Denissen are often baptismal dates.
Repository:
Note: Detroit Public Library, Windsor Ontario Public Library
Media: Book
Page: 540
Title: Genealogy of the French Families of the Detroit River Region (1701-1911)
Author: Denissen, Christian
Publication: Detroit Society for Genealogical Research, Detroit, Revised edition, 1987
Note: Revised Edition edited by Robert L. Pilon & Stephen F. Keller. Denissen anglicized the names; I have standardized names per Jetté wherever possible
Note: Good - Relied on Tanguay for Québec data- names, dates & relationships should be verified with Jetté or PRDH, as birth dates as stated in Denissen are often baptismal dates.
Repository:
Note: Detroit Public Library, Windsor Ontario Public Library
Media: Book
Page: 540; 618
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ID: I092190
Name: Unknown Indian
Sex: F
Reference Number: 92190

Marriage 1 Charles François Gouin b: 2 FEB 1755 in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan
Event: Friends BEF 1790 1
Children
Marie Gouin b: 8 FEB 1790 in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan

Sources:
Title: Genealogy of the French Families of the Detroit River Region (1701-1911)
Author: Denissen, Christian
Publication: Detroit Society for Genealogical Research, Detroit, Revised edition, 1987
Note: Revised Edition edited by Robert L. Pilon & Stephen F. Keller. Denissen anglicized the names; I have standardized names per Jetté wherever possible
Note: Good - Relied on Tanguay for Québec data- names, dates & relationships should be verified with Jetté or PRDH, as birth dates as stated in Denissen are often baptismal dates.
Repository:
Note: Detroit Public Library, Windsor Ontario Public Library
Media: Book
Page: 540
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ID: I106926
Name: Unknown Native American
Sex: F

Marriage 1 Joseph Étienne Porlier b: 9 FEB 1729/30 in Montréal, Québec, Canada
Married: BEF 1803 1
Children
Étienne Porlier b: BEF 9 APR 1803 in Maumee Bay

Sources:
Title: Genealogy of the French Families of the Detroit River Region (1701-1911)
Author: Denissen, Christian
Publication: Detroit Society for Genealogical Research, Detroit, Revised edition, 1987
Note: Revised Edition edited by Robert L. Pilon & Stephen F. Keller. Denissen anglicized the names; I have standardized names per Jetté wherever possible
Note: Good - Relied on Tanguay for Québec data- names, dates & relationships should be verified with Jetté or PRDH, as birth dates as stated in Denissen are often baptismal dates.
Repository:
Note: Detroit Public Library, Windsor Ontario Public Library
Media: Book
Page: 90

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ID: I098523
Name: Amable Joachim Desacepee
Sex: M

Father: Joachim Desacepee
Mother: Marie-Jeanne Lorimier

Marriage 1 Marie-Angélique D'Ailleboust b: 29 MAY 1748 in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan
Married: 28 AUG 1769 in Sault St Louis (Kahnawake), Québec, Canada 1
Children
Marie-Louise Desacepee

Sources:
Title: Programme de recherche en démographie historique
Author: University of Montréal
Publication: Montréal, Québec via internet subscription (names standardized per Jetté)
Note: Excellent
Repository:
Media: Internet
Page: 21367
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ID: I038125
Name: Catherine Pocongoquah Richardville 1
Sex: F
Birth: ABT 1812 in Indiana 2
Death: 1850 in Indiana 3 4
Reference Number: 40505

Father: Jean-Baptiste Pin$iwa Richardville , Miami Chief b: BET 1760 AND 1761 in Kekionga (Fort Wayne), Allen County, Indiana
Mother: Natoequeh Miami Indian

Marriage 1 Francis Topeah Lafontaine b: ABT 1810 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana
Married: BEF 1829 5 6
Children
Louis Francis Topeah Lafontaine b: 1829 in Indiana
Marie Esther Sneoquekuh Seppequah Lafontaine b: 25 JUL 1831 in Indiana
Thomas Wapasepah Lafontaine b: ABT 1833 in Indiana
John Baptiste Lafontaine b: 1835 in Indiana
Frances Lafontaine b: BET 1837 AND 1845 in Indiana
Joseph Lafontaine b: BET 1841 AND 1843 in Indiana
Archangel Lafontaine b: 9 SEP 1844 in Indiana

Marriage 2 Francis D. Laselle b: 10 JUL 1807 in Monroe, Michigan
Married: 26 SEP 1848 in Huntington County, Indiana 7 8

Sources:
Title: Will Records of Allen County, Indiana, 1831 - 1869
Author: Joséphine Crabill Ehle (compiler)
Repository:
Media: Book
Page: 35
Title: Descendants of P'Koum-Kwa & Aquenackqua
Author: Sammye Leonard Darling
Publication: e-mails & http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/us ... 1081006928 - see FamilyTreemaker site for Sammye's sources
Repository:
Media: Electronic
Text: 1808
Title: Descendants of P'Koum-Kwa & Aquenackqua
Author: Sammye Leonard Darling
Publication: e-mails & http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/us ... 1081006928 - see FamilyTreemaker site for Sammye's sources
Repository:
Media: Electronic
Text: 1848
Title: Newspaper Article
Repository:
Media: Book
Text: Fort Wayne Journal Gazette - September 23, 1906 - interview with Archangel Lafontaine Engleman, her mother died three years after her father.
Title: Descendants of P'Koum-Kwa & Aquenackqua
Author: Sammye Leonard Darling
Publication: e-mails & http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/us ... 1081006928 - see FamilyTreemaker site for Sammye's sources
Repository:
Media: Electronic
Text: 5/3/1843 in Huntington County - the date, however conflicts with the fact that Lafontaine had married Catherine prior to her father's death & the fact that their son married in 1847
Title: The Miami Indians
Author: Bert Anson
Repository:
Media: Book
Page: 215
Title: Indiana Marriages Through 1850
Author: Indiana State Library - Genealogy Divisublication: http://www.statelib.lib.in.us/www/isl/i ... /mirr.html
Repository:
Media: Electronic
Title: Pictorial History of Fort Wayne
Author: B.J. Griswold
Publication: Chicago, Illinois 1917
Repository:
Media: Book
Page: 381 - does not give date
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ID: I037946
Name: Natoequeh Miami Indian
Sex: F
Death: BET 17 AUG 1839 AND 7 APR 1841 in Indiana 1 2
Reference Number: 40326

Father: Wappesepah Miami Indian

Marriage 1 Jean-Baptiste Pin$iwa Richardville , Miami Chief b: BET 1760 AND 1761 in Kekionga (Fort Wayne), Allen County, Indiana
Married: 3 4
Children
William Richardville
John Baptiste Aughquamonda Richardville , Jr.
Joseph Wahpemunwah Richardville b: MAR 1789 in Miami Indian Village
John Snap Meahqueah Richardville b: 1790 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana
Marie-Louise LaBlonde Tahkonzahqua Richardville b: ABT 1792
Snob Richardville b: ABT 1798 in Indiana
Louis Miahqueah Richardville b: ABT 1800
Susan Richardville b: ABT 1801
Catherine Pocongoquah Richardville b: ABT 1812 in Indiana

Sources:
Title: Descendants of P'Koum-Kwa & Aquenackqua
Author: Sammye Leonard Darling
Publication: e-mails & http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/us ... 1081006928 - see FamilyTreemaker site for Sammye's sources
Repository:
Media: Electronic
Page: before 1840
Title: Will Records of Allen County, Indiana, 1831 - 1869
Author: Joséphine Crabill Ehle (compiler)
Repository:
Media: Book
Text: named as a residuary beneficiary of Meshenacquah's will (p. 30), but not named in her husband's will (p. 35)
Title: Descendants of P'Koum-Kwa & Aquenackqua
Author: Sammye Leonard Darling
Publication: e-mails & http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/us ... 1081006928 - see FamilyTreemaker site for Sammye's sources
Repository:
Media: Electronic
Title: Indiana Magazine of History
Repository:
Media: Magazine
Page: Donald Chaput, The Family of Drouet de Richerville, Merchants, Soldiers and Chiefs of Indiana," 1978, p. 114
Text: about 1800
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ID: I039471
Name: Angélique Rivarre
Sex: F
Birth: 1804 in Indiana 1 2 3
Death: 16 FEB 1881 in Indiana 4
Event: 1860 Census 1860 Butler Township, Miami County, Indiana: Age: 54; Born: Indiana - Native American 5
Reference Number: 41851
Note:
TREATY WITH THE MIAMI, 1818.
Oct. 6, 1818. | 7 Stats., 189. | Proclamation Jan. 15, 1319 [1819].
Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties. Vol. II (Treaties). Compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1904.

Land granted under article 3:
To the children of Antoine Rivarre, two sections of land, at the mouth of the Twenty-seven mile creek, and below the same.

The land was located in Rivarre, Adams County, Indiana. Rivarre is a few miles east of Decatur, Indiana.


Father: Antoine Rivarre
Mother: Unknown Miami Indian

Marriage 1 William Cass Richardville
Children
William Shekenacwoh Cass b: BET 1835 AND 1843 in Indiana

Marriage 2 Unknown Miami Indian
Married: 6
Children
Mamozinzrquah Miami Indian b: BET 1833 AND 1834 in Indiana
Shenenahquah Miami Indian b: 1844 in Indiana
Lapinzequa Cass b: BET 1848 AND 1849 in Indiana
Sara Lupinzequoh Miami Indian b: BET 1849 AND 1850 in Indiana
Wepenzaquah Miami Indian b: 1855 in Indiana
Wapapinaha Miami Indian b: 1859 in Indiana
Mungaquah Miami Indian b: MAR 1860 in Indiana

Marriage 3 Gabriel-Jacques R. Godfroy b: 25 DEC 1808 in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan
Married: 7
Children
Catakemongua Godfroy

Sources:
Title: 1881 Census of Miami Indians in Indiana & Elsewhere - Record Group 75
Author: Thad Butler
Publication: Department of the Interior
Repository:
Note: Peru Library, Peru, Indiana
Media: Manuscript
Page: # 23 Age: 77
Title: 1854 Miami Indians Census
Repository:
Media: Manuscript
Page: # 35; Age: 50
Title: 1860 Census
Publication: Ancestry.com
Note: Relationship to parents should be verified with Church or civil records
Repository:
Media: Electronic
Page: 54
Title: 1881 Census of Miami Indians in Indiana & Elsewhere - Record Group 75
Author: Thad Butler
Publication: Department of the Interior
Repository:
Note: Peru Library, Peru, Indiana
Media: Manuscript
Page: # 24 Age: 77
Title: 1860 Census
Publication: Ancestry.com
Note: Relationship to parents should be verified with Church or civil records
Repository:
Media: Electronic
Title: Indian Treaties
Text: TREATY WITH THE MIAMI, 1834.Oct. 23, 1834. | 7 Stat., 458. | 7 Stat., 463. | Proclamation, Dec. 22, 1837. Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties. Vol. II
Title: Will Records of Allen County, Indiana, 1831 - 1869
Author: Joséphine Crabill Ehle (compiler)
Repository:
Media: Book
Page: 30
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ID: I038400
Name: Edward-Alexander Ohsawzongau Godfroy
Sex: M
Birth: 2 JUN 1817 in River Raisin/Monroe, Monroe County, Michigan 1 2 3
Death: 1882 3
Event: 1850 Census 1850 Butler Township, Miami County, Indiana: Age: 30; Born: Indiana - Native American - Alexander Godfroy 4
Reference Number: 40780

Father: Gabriel Godfroy b: 3 JUL 1783 in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan
Mother: Elisabeth May b: BET 1790 AND 1792 in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan

Marriage 1 Sally Osawpomequah Godfroy b: BET 1824 AND 1825 in Indiana
Married: 27 JUL 1852 in Miami County, Indiana 5
Children
Francis A. Ketokemumga Godfroy b: BET 1844 AND 1845 in Miami County, Indiana
James Wacaupeceah Godfroy b: BET 1846 AND 1847 in Miami County, Indiana
John Asonzonzah Godfroy b: BET 1849 AND 1850 in Indiana
Kilsoquah Godfroy b: 1850 in Miami County, Indiana
Checomequah Godfroy b: 1852 in Indiana
Charles Godfroy b: BET 1855 AND 1856 in Indiana

Sources:
Title: 1850 Census
Publication: Ancestry.com
Repository:
Media: Electronic
Page: 30
Title: 1854 Miami Indians Census
Repository:
Media: Manuscript
Page: # 56; Age: 36
Title: Genealogy of the French Families of the Detroit River Region (1701-1911)
Author: Denissen, Christian
Publication: Detroit Society for Genealogical Research, Detroit, Revised edition, 1987
Note: Revised Edition edited by Robert L. Pilon & Stephen F. Keller. Denissen anglicized the names; I have standardized names per Jetté wherever possible
Note: Good - Relied on Tanguay for Québec data- names, dates & relationships should be verified with Jetté or PRDH, as birth dates as stated in Denissen are often baptismal dates.
Repository:
Note: Detroit Public Library, Windsor Ontario Public Library
Media: Book
Page: 536
Title: 1850 Census
Publication: Ancestry.com
Repository:
Media: Electronic
Title: Indiana Marriages, 1845 - 1920
Publication: Ancestry.com - marriage date could represent the license date. Birth dates (when stated) could be inaccurate
Repository:
Media: Electronic
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ID: I038365
Name: Sally Osawpomequah Godfroy 1 2
Sex: F
Birth: BET 1824 AND 1825 in Indiana 3 4
Death: 2 APR 1856 in Indiana 5
Event: 1850 Census 1850 Butler Township, Miami County, Indiana: Age: 26; Born: Indiana - Native American 6
Reference Number: 40745
Note:
Francis' wives and unmarried daughters (Louisa, Sally, Frances & Clemence) inherited the land where he lived while his wives lived, after the death of his wives, the two sections containing his house were to be inherited by his daughters and their heirs. The remaining two sections were to be inherited by all of his children and their heirs, the heirs of Poqua, and the wife of Goodboo (his daughter, Catherine Godfroy).

Source: History of Miami County, p. 33


Father: Francis Palawonza Godfroy , Miami Chief b: MAR 1788 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana
Mother: Hannah Sacaquettah Miami Indian

Marriage 1 Edward-Alexander Ohsawzongau Godfroy b: 2 JUN 1817 in River Raisin/Monroe, Monroe County, Michigan
Married: 27 JUL 1852 in Miami County, Indiana 7
Children
Francis A. Ketokemumga Godfroy b: BET 1844 AND 1845 in Miami County, Indiana
James Wacaupeceah Godfroy b: BET 1846 AND 1847 in Miami County, Indiana
John Asonzonzah Godfroy b: BET 1849 AND 1850 in Indiana
Kilsoquah Godfroy b: 1850 in Miami County, Indiana
Checomequah Godfroy b: 1852 in Indiana
Charles Godfroy b: BET 1855 AND 1856 in Indiana

Sources:
Title: Indian Blood - Finding Your Native American Ancestors
Author: Richard L. Pangburn
Publication: Butler Books, Louisville, Kentucky, 1993
Repository:
Media: Book
Page: 233
Title: Descendants of Jacques Godfroy
Author: Marie Anderson
Publication: Home Page at Genealogy.com (does not give sources)
Repository:
Media: Electronic
Title: 1850 Census
Publication: Ancestry.com
Repository:
Media: Electronic
Page: 26
Title: 1854 Miami Indians Census
Repository:
Media: Manuscript
Page: # 59; Age: 29
Title: History of Miami County
Publication: J.H. Stephens Publishing House, 1990 (reprint)
Repository:
Media: Book
Page: 32
Title: 1850 Census
Publication: Ancestry.com
Repository:
Media: Electronic
Title: Indiana Marriages, 1845 - 1920
Publication: Ancestry.com - marriage date could represent the license date. Birth dates (when stated) could be inaccurate
Repository:
Media: Electronic
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ID: I108091
Name: Marguerite Romain , dite Sancrainte
Sex: F
Birth: 1780 1

Father: Jean-Baptiste Romain , dit Sanscrainte b: 1754 in Québec, Canada
Mother: Marguerite Solo b: 3 MAY 1761 in Coast of the Potowatomi, Wayne County, Michigan

Marriage 1 Antoine Riopel b: 14 MAY 1774 in South West Coast of Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan
Married: 6 MAY 1800 in St Antoine, River Raisin (Monroe), Monroe County, Michigan 2
Children
Jean-Baptiste Riopel b: 3 MAR 1803 in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan

Marriage 2 Jean Louis Monet , dit Boismenu b: 28 JAN 1790 in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan
Married: 27 JAN 1813 in Ste Anne's, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan 1

Sources:
Title: Genealogy of the French Families of the Detroit River Region (1701-1911)
Author: Denissen, Christian
Publication: Detroit Society for Genealogical Research, Detroit, Revised edition, 1987
Note: Revised Edition edited by Robert L. Pilon & Stephen F. Keller. Denissen anglicized the names; I have standardized names per Jetté wherever possible
Note: Good - Relied on Tanguay for Québec data- names, dates & relationships should be verified with Jetté or PRDH, as birth dates as stated in Denissen are often baptismal dates.
Repository:
Note: Detroit Public Library, Windsor Ontario Public Library
Media: Book
Page: 1127
Title: Genealogy of the French Families of the Detroit River Region (1701-1911)
Author: Denissen, Christian
Publication: Detroit Society for Genealogical Research, Detroit, Revised edition, 1987
Note: Revised Edition edited by Robert L. Pilon & Stephen F. Keller. Denissen anglicized the names; I have standardized names per Jetté wherever possible
Note: Good - Relied on Tanguay for Québec data- names, dates & relationships should be verified with Jetté or PRDH, as birth dates as stated in Denissen are often baptismal dates.
Repository:
Note: Detroit Public Library, Windsor Ontario Public Library
Media: Book
Page: 1058; 1127
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ID: I107172
Name: Joseph Courtois
Sex: M

Father: Denis Courtois b: 24 MAR 1673/74 in Québec, Québec, Canada
Mother: Barbe Arnaud , dit Renaud dit St. Jean b: BEF 1680 in Québec

Marriage 1 Marguerite Perthuis b: BEF 15 JUN 1725 in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan
Married: 20 AUG 1742 in Kaskaskia, Illinois 1 2

Sources:
Title: Genealogy of the French Families of the Detroit River Region (1701-1911)
Author: Denissen, Christian
Publication: Detroit Society for Genealogical Research, Detroit, Revised edition, 1987
Note: Revised Edition edited by Robert L. Pilon & Stephen F. Keller. Denissen anglicized the names; I have standardized names per Jetté wherever possible
Note: Good - Relied on Tanguay for Québec data- names, dates & relationships should be verified with Jetté or PRDH, as birth dates as stated in Denissen are often baptismal dates.
Repository:
Note: Detroit Public Library, Windsor Ontario Public Library
Media: Book
Page: 318
Title: Genealogy of the French Families of the Detroit River Region (1701-1911)
Author: Denissen, Christian
Publication: Detroit Society for Genealogical Research, Detroit, Revised edition, 1987
Note: Revised Edition edited by Robert L. Pilon & Stephen F. Keller. Denissen anglicized the names; I have standardized names per Jetté wherever possible
Note: Good - Relied on Tanguay for Québec data- names, dates & relationships should be verified with Jetté or PRDH, as birth dates as stated in Denissen are often baptismal dates.
Repository:
Note: Detroit Public Library, Windsor Ontario Public Library
Media: Book
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ID: I107177
Name: François Lalumadiere , dit Lafleur
Sex: M

Marriage 1 Louise Perthuis b: 15 MAR 1726/27 in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan
Married: 10 SEP 1742 in Kaskaskia, Illinois 1 2

Sources:
Title: Genealogy of the French Families of the Detroit River Region (1701-1911)
Author: Denissen, Christian
Publication: Detroit Society for Genealogical Research, Detroit, Revised edition, 1987
Note: Revised Edition edited by Robert L. Pilon & Stephen F. Keller. Denissen anglicized the names; I have standardized names per Jetté wherever possible
Note: Good - Relied on Tanguay for Québec data- names, dates & relationships should be verified with Jetté or PRDH, as birth dates as stated in Denissen are often baptismal dates.
Repository:
Note: Detroit Public Library, Windsor Ontario Public Library
Media: Book
Page: 318
Title: Programme de recherche en démographie historique
Author: University of Montréal
Publication: Montréal, Québec via internet subscription (names standardized per Jetté)
Note: Excellent
Repository:
Media: Internet
Page: 12270
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ID: I126292
Name: Joseph Lefebvre , dit Descoteaux
Sex: M
Death: 27 OCT 1839 in Trois Rivières, Québec, Canada 1

Father: Gabriel Ange Lefebvre , dit Descoteaux
Mother: Marie-Madeleine Desrosiers

Marriage 1 Monique Lafond
Married: 9 JAN 1775 in St Antoine, Baie du Febvre, Québec, Canada 2 3
Children
Marguerite Lefebvre , dit Descoteaux
Monique Lefebvre

Sources:
Title: Programme de recherche en démographie historique
Author: University of Montréal
Publication: Montréal, Québec via internet subscription (names standardized per Jetté)
Note: Excellent
Repository:
Media: Internet
Page: 51119
Title: Mariages de la Baie du Febvre, 1715-1966
Publication: Quintin, Publications
Repository:
Note: WordVitalRecords.com
Page: 167 - marriage of their daughter
Title: Programme de recherche en démographie historique
Author: University of Montréal
Publication: Montréal, Québec via internet subscription (names standardized per Jetté)
Note: Excellent
Repository:
Media: Internet
Page: 360601; 78717; 51119
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HISTORY

The Miami Nation of Indians (Wea, Miami proper, Piankashaw, and Eel
River) was at one time one of the largest and one of the most powerful
Indian tribes of North America. They formed one of the leading families of
the GREAT ALGONQUIN RACE. When the white man first heard of them they were
living in the vicinity of the great lakes. Father Marquette paid them a high
tribute. LaSalle described them in this way: “The Miamis are the most
civilized of all nations of Indians - - neat of dress, splendid of bearing,
haughty of manner, holding all other tribes as inferiors.”
At one time they must have ruled a great inland empire. Their great chief,
Little Turtle, at the treaty of Greenville, said to Gen. Wayne: “The prints of
my ancestors’ houses are everywhere to be seen in this region. It is well
known to all my brothers present that my line to the head waters of the
Scioto; from thence to its mouth; from thence down to the Ohio to the mouth
of the Wabash and from thence to Lake Michigan - - I have now informed
you of the boundary of the Miami Nation where the Great Spirit placed my
forefathers a long time ago and charged him not to sell or part with his land
but preserve it to his posterity.”
A study of the map (see below) will show that Little Turtle claimed For the
Miamis an Immense territory including all of the present state of Indiana, the
western part of Ohio, and the eastern part of Illinois. Gen. William Henry
Harrison, who knew the Miamis well more than a century ago once wrote
that the Miamis were the most extensive land owners in the northwest. The
historian, Bancroft, makes the same claim for them. To say the least they
possessed a great inland empire.
Some early writers tell us that the Miami Confederacy was the most powerful
in North America, rivaling that of the Iroquois Confederacy of New York. It is
said that they could place in the field an army of five thousand warriors. An
early account tells us of great chiefs who never went forth to war except
surrounded by a body guard of forty warriors. So great was their influence
that delegations from Indian tribes beyond the Mississippi came to gain
favors.
At an early date the chief village and the capital of the Miami nation was
Kekionga, where the city of Fort Wayne now stands. It was Located well
near the center of this great empire and commanded the trails and river
highways in all directions to other Miami centers at Chicago, Miami on the
St. Joseph, Detroit, Miami on the Lakes, Ouiatanon, the Mississinewa and
the villages on the rivers of southern Ohio where the Miamis have left their
names. It has been said the Kekionga at times was a collection Indian
villages totaling a population of ten thousand people.
The accompanying map shows the wide domain once claimed and ruled
over by the Miamis. It also shows how, in later times, other Indian tribes
entered this territory, either by invitation from the friendly Miamis or by
forcibly taking possession if the Miamis opposed.
This golden age of the Miami Nation was back in the seventeenth century
and earlier. From all that we know of them in the eighteenth century they
were much weaker and were a declining nation. A number of things brought
this about, chief of which was their conflict with other Indian tribes.
The fierce Iroquois, “The savage Romans from the east” made inroad after
inroad into the land of the Miamis and drove them westward and into
alliance with the Illinois Indians. This must have greatly weakened the
proud Miamis, though under the leadership of the great Aquenackque, the
father of Little Turtle, and with the aid of western allies they drove the
Iroquois back eastward until them came no more.
Following this war with the Iroquois, the Miamis engaged in another conflict
even more disastrous with the tribes of the west. Tradition says that the
Sioux Indians treacherously fell upon the Miamis and massacred thousands
of them. Another account, more reliable, says that after the Miamis had
united with the Potawatomies and other tribes to exterminate the Illinois
Indians, the allies fell out and the Miamis were disastrously defeated by the
Potawatomies and Kickapoos. They not only lost their lands in Illinois but
the Potawatomies and the Kickapoos took possession of all northern Indiana
as far east and south as the Wabash river and her tributaries.
Other Indian tribe made inroads into the ancient domain of the Miamis. The
fierce Shawnees, driven out of the south by other Indians made settlements
in southern Ohio, and there, on Mad river, near where Springfield now
stands, their greatest warrior, Tecumseh, was born. They came as far north
as Wapakoneta and Kekionga. The Ottawas from the north came down into
northern Ohio and where Defiance now stands, at the junction of the
Auglaize and Maumee rivers, their great warrior, Pontiac, was born. The
ancient Delawares driven westward by the whit man made settlements in
central Ohio and extended their claims to central and southern Indiana. The
Hurons, or Wyandottes, also driven westward by pressure of the white man,
settled in northern Ohio. Other tribes had helped themselves to certain
lands which the Miamis once claimed. So even in 1795, when Little Turtle
made his wide claims to General Wayne, there were a number of other
Indian tribes to dispute with the Miamis their claim to the territory of which
they were once masters.
A few tribes were so closely related to the Miamis that they formed what is
known as the Miami Confederacy. The Weas had a great village known as
Quiatanon near the present Lafayette. It became on of the great trading
posts for the French and Indians. The Piankeshaws had an important
village near where Vincennes was built. The Shockeys had a settlement
near the mouth of the Vermillion river. The Eel River Indians are mentioned
in many of the Indiana treaties, but they were so closely related to the main
body of the Miamis that they are generally considered with them. By forming
a close confederacy with these related tribes, the Miamis greatly
strengthened their position in later times.
Other enemies had greatly reduced the once powerful Miamis. Disease,
especially small pox, had carried them off by the thousands. But the worst
enemy of all was that of drink. Had the white man deliberately planned to
exterminate the Miamis he could have done so in no more effective way then
by selling them whiskey. Little Turtle declared that whiskey had killed more
of his people than all of the wars in which they had ever engaged.


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INDIENS WEA, INDIENS MIAMI ou NATION WEA , NATION MIAMISE

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www.firstnationsseeker.ca/Miami.html

NOTE: Il s'agit d'anciennes tribus historiques de la Nation Miamise ( indiens WEA et indiens Miami) devenues des Nations distinctes dont la Nation Wea et Miamise en contacts avec les Français qui faisaient la traite des fourrures dans la région des Grands Lacs dont plusieurs familles québécoises francophones ont pour ancêtres soit l'indien Miami ou Wea ou les deux simultanément. Bonne recherche dans votre généalogie familiale.
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