White Earth Reservation, early 1900s

Ransom Judd Powell Papers
Minnesota Historical Society Microfilm M-455
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FAMILY  No. 47

                           MORRISON


Morrison, Judge John [J.G. Morrison, Mainly Logging, p.41]          

"The history of this family goes back to the eleventh century in Sortnoway, on the Isle of Lewis, Scotland. ... Judge John Morrison was killed at Inverkarkaig, [his grandson] was born in 1640.]

father of:

grandfather of: Morrison, Kenneth (1640)


Morrison, Kenneth (1640) [J.G. Morrison, Mainly Logging, p.41]      

son of:

grandson of: Morrison, Judge John

father of: Morrison, Allan (1675)


Morrison, Allan (1674) [J.G. Morrison, Mainly Logging, p.41]         

son of: Morrison, Kenneth (1640) and ___

father of: Morrison, Alexander (1700)


Morrison, Alexander (1700) [J.G. Morrison, Mainly Logging, p.41]     

son of: Morrison, Allan (1674)

father of: Morrison, Allan (1745)


Morrison, Allan (1745) [J.G. Morrison, Mainly Logging, p.41]      

"White man" [47:head] [Powell 10/0251]                            

Powell Genealogies, family #47:head

"migrated to Canada in 1766."

son of: Morrison, Alexander (1700) and ___

father of: Morrison, William (1785) [47:1], born in Montreal

  Morrison, Allan (1803) [47:2], aka >:<;}\"(>;[ Te bish con dib [47:2], born in Canada

  Morrison, George A. [47:2a]


Morrison, William (1785) [47:1] [J.G. Morrison, Mainly Logging, p.41]   

Morrison, William [47:1] [Powell 10/0251]                       

Powell Genealogies, family #47:1

son of: Morrison, Allan (1745) and **

"born in Montreal in 1785, a year after the organization of the North East Fur Company there.  In 1798 in Montreal the X.Y. Company was organized by fur traders who had been excluded from the North West Company, and they went into the field in opposition to the North West Company.  In 1802 ... William went to work for the Sir Alexander Mackenzie Company, which had joined with the S.Y. Company, and in July he left Grand Portage and in September landed at Leech Lake.  He stayed in this north country and wintered at Rice Lake, near Lake Itasca (then Elk Lake), in 1803-4, passing through Lake Bemidji (then Lac Travers) on the way.  In 1804 he crossed into Lake Itasca, and he claimed to have recognized this as the source of the Mississippi River, although he made no such report until 1856.  In his party were Cheniers, Michel and Cheniers, Antoine, McBean, John, Bouvin, Messr., and Grignon, all traders or field men.

"In 1805 a coalition too place between the Mckenzie - X.Y. Company combination and the North West Fur Company, and Uncle Bill was made a member of the new company.  Fond du Lac (which had been established in 1793) was retained as the site of an important post, but the post on the north shore of Lake Superior was moved northeast from Grand Portage to Fort William to avoid the payment of customs duties to the United States when it seemed certain that settlement of the international boundary dispute in that area would place Grand Portage in the United States. ...

"As a field man for the North West Company Uncle William was n the vicinity of Leech Lake in 1806 when Zebulon Pike and his party came through there and shot down the British flag flying over the North West Post on the south shore of Traders' Bay.  Years later he claimed he could have told Pike the location of the source of the Mississippi River if he had met him.  In 1811, in the course of his travels, Uncle Bill again visited Lake Itasca.  The North West Company had big posts at Fond du Lac, Leech Lake and Sandy Lake and lesser ones at Pembina, Red Lake, the site of present-day East Grand Forks, Basswood Lake, Lake Winnibigoshish and around Grand Portage.  Uncle Bill travelled extensively from post to post and was influential among the Indians who called him },\,^,}:) Sha gah nah sheence, or "Little Englishman."  He was placed in charge of a number of posts with his headquarters at Sandy Lake.

husband of, #1: -,\',(>,\,"\': Sah gwon dah gah oquay

issue: ':/;>:\"}:) Way mit te gosh eence [47:3]

':/;>:\"}:\': Way mit te gosh equay [47:4]

spouse of, #2: /:}:<:}:\': Me she pe she quay

issue: <:\:) De kaice [47:5]

,;\"- Ay gos [47:6]

-,\',>: Sah quah day [47:7], aka Morrison, George [47:7]


':/;>:\"}:) Way mit te gosh eence [47:3] [Powell 10/0252]     

Powell Genealogies, family #47:3

child of: Morrison, William (1785) [47:1] and -,\',(>,\,"\': Sah gwon dah gah oquay

spouse of, #1: /;(>:/";:( Min de moyien, or :^:^: E ne nee

issue: /"\">"- Mo co dos [47:16]

   }"<':':\',^,<: Shob way way gwon abe [47:18]

spouse of, #2: ___

issue: <:-:\',<: Pe ze gwa bay [47:18]

   \,>"': Kah do way [47:19]

   "/,>':) O mud wance [47:20]


<:-:\',<: Pe ze gwa bay [47:18] [Powell 10/0253]            

Powell Genealogies, family #47:18

child of: ':/;>:\"}:) Way mit te gosh eence [47:3] and **

spouse of: "\:/,{:',^"\ O ge mah je won oke

issue: "\,<:\',^:,} O gah bay gwon nay aush [47:51]


\,>"': Kah do way [47:19] [Powell 10/0253]                  

Powell Genealogies, family #47:19

child of: ':/;>:\"}:) Way mit te gosh eence [47:3] and **

spouse of: \:\':>,\,/;\"\ Kay gwa dah cumig oke

issue: ,;}"',{:':\,<" Ay zhow wah je way gah bow [47:52]


"/,>':) O mud wance [47:20] [Powell 10/0253]                

Powell Genealogies, family #47:20

child of: ':/;>:\"}:) Way mit te gosh eence [47:3] and **

wife of, #1: Platt, George

issue: Platt, George Jr. [47:53]

\,\:\,) Kah ge gance [47:54]

wife of, #2: Fisher, Jim [11:17a]

"no issue"


':/;>:\"}:\': Way mit te gosh equay [47:4] [Powell 10/0252]   

Powell Genealogies, family #47:4

child of: Morrison, William (1785) [47:1] and -,\',(>,\,"\': Sah gwon dah gah oquay

spouse of: {:\:};[ Che ge shig [14:2] [Powell 10/0138]

issue: ^:<:^,>;[ Ne be nah dik [14:8]

   \:^"} Kay nosh [14:9]

   >:<;}\"\,( Te bish co gun [14:10]

   ',<:-"\:>:) Wah be zo ge dance [14:11]

   "/,>':,-:^" O mud way aus se no [14:12]

   \,<":\': Kah bo equay [14:13]

   /,{:\,<"':\ Mah je gah bow eak [14:14]


<:\:) De kaice [47:5] [Powell 10/0252]                        

Powell Genealogies, family #47:5

child of: Morrison, William (1785) [47:1] and /:}:<:}:\': Me she pe she quay

spouse of, #1: ,-"':^:\,( Ah so way ne gun

issue: "-"':};[ O zow we shib [47:28]

   >:<;}\";,} Day bish co yosh [47:29]

   /;^"\:};[ Min o ge shig [47:30], aka Morrison, J.G. [47:30] (allotment deleted)

   -"-:[ Zozette [47:31]

   ,}\':) Ash quance [47:32] (O-2547) [notation: "X M/"]

   -,\:\',( Sah ge gwon [47:33] (O-2861)

spouse of, #2: "\:/,',<:\': O ge mah wah be quay [10:14] [Powell 10/0108]

issue: },\,^,}:\': Shah gun aush equay [10:63]


"-"':};[ O zow we shib [47:28] [Powell 10/0253]             

Powell Genealogies, family #47:28

child of: <:\:) De kaice [47:5] and ,-"':^:\,( Ah so way ne gun

spouse of: >:>, De du

issue: "(L.L.")


>:<;}\";,} Day bish co yosh [47:29] [Powell 10/0253]        

Powell Genealogies, family #47:29

child of: <:\:) De kaice [47:5] and ,-"':^:\,( Ah so way ne gun

spouse of: <:}:\:\': Pe she ke quay

issue: /:\',/:':\:};\"\': May quah may we ge shig oquay [47:72]

,({:\:};\"\': Aun je ge shig oquay [47:73]


/:\',/:':\:};\"\': May quah may we ge shig oquay [47:72] [Powell 10/0255]  

Powell Genealogies, family #47:72

child of: >:<;}\";,} Day bish co yosh [47:29] and <:}:\:\': Pe she ke quay

spouse of: ,':\,->,;, Ah we gus tah yah

issue: /,\;[ Mah geed [47:118]


,({:\:};\"\': Aun je ge shig oquay [47:73] [Powell 10/0255]

Powell Genealogies, family #47:73

child of: >:<;}\";,} Day bish co yosh [47:29] and <:}:\:\': Pe she ke quay

spouse of: >:>,\,) Day day gaunce

issue: ">,^:\,) O dah ne kance [47:119]


/;^"\:};[ Min o ge shig [47:30] [Powell 10/0253]            

Morrison, J.G. [47:30] [Powell 10/0253]                     

Powell Genealogies, family #47:30

(allotment deleted)

child of: <:\:) De kaice [47:5] and ,-"':^:\,( Ah so way ne gun

spouse of:

issue:


-"-:[ Zozette [47:31] [Powell 10/0253]                      

Powell Genealogies, family #47:31

daughter of: <:\:) De kaice [47:5] and ,-"':^:\,( Ah so way ne gun

spouse of: ^:>,/,[ Nay tum ub

issue: >:<;}\";,} Te bish co yosh [47:74]


>:<;}\";,} Te bish co yosh [47:74] [Powell 10/0255]       

Powell Genealogies, family #47:74

child of: ^:>,/,[ Nay tum ub and -"-:[ Zozette [47:31]

husband of: Bellanger, Mary [35:  ]

issue: "(L.L.")


,}\':) Ash quance [47:32] [Powell 10/0253]                  

Powell Genealogies, family #47:32

(O-2547) [notation: "X M/"]

daughter of: <:\:) De kaice [47:5] and ,-"':^:\,( Ah so way ne gun

spouse of: \,,>, Kah ah dah [18:16], or Bungo, Peter [18:16] (O-2546) [Powell 10/0154]

issue: \"/;[ Ko mig [18:55], or Bungo, John [18:55] (O-2548)

Bungo, Henry [18:56] (O-2549)

Bungo, William [18:57] (O-2550)

Bungo, Nancy [18:58] (O-2551)

Bungo, Joseph [18:59] (O-2552)

\':':-:) Que we zaince [18:60], or Bungo, Willie [18:60] (O-2553)


-,\:\',( Sah ge gwon [47:33] [Powell 10/0255]               

Powell Genealogies, family #47:33

(O-2861)

child of: <:\:) De kaice [47:5] and ,-"':^:\,( Ah so way ne gun

spouse of: /:},\',[ May zhuck quod

issue: "none"


,;\"- Ay gos [47:6] [Powell 10/0252]                          

Powell Genealogies, family #47:6

child of: Morrison, William (1785) [47:1] and /:}:<:}:\': Me she pe she quay

spouse of, #1: ">,<:^,^:\': O dub e non equay [2:97] [Powell 10/0038]

issue: /,},( Mah zahn [2:274] [V.R., Broken Tooth Genealogy, #42: 166. Mah-zahn, died young]

   ,\',>"}:) Ah gwa dosh eence [2:275] [V.R., Broken Tooth Genealogy, #42: + 167. Ah-gwa-dosh-eence (WE-622), born around 1845]

spouse of: ,;\"{:<:^:- Ay go je bin ace [13:10] [Powell 10/0129]

issue: \:}:':':,} Kay zhe way way aush [13:58], or Morrison, Bostwick [13:58] (O-2426) [notation: "1/2"]

   },\,^,}:\': Sha gon aush equay [13:59] (O-2398) [notation: "1/2"]

   "^,<:>,( O nah be tung [13:60], or Morrison, Wm. [13:60] [Powell 10/0224]

   <:}:\; Pe she kee [13:61], or Morrison, Joseph [13:61] (O-2372) [notation: "3/4"]

   -"-:[ So said [13:62] (O-2376) [notation: "3/4"]

   <:>"' Pe tow [13:63], or Morrison, Peter [13:63] (O-2366) [notation: "1/2"]

   "\:}:,}:\': O ge zhe aush equay [13:64] (O-2438)


,\',>"}:) Ah gwa dosh eence (around 1845) [2:275] [Powell 10/0050]  

Powell Genealogies, family #2:275

[V.R., Broken Tooth Genealogy, #167: She prob­ably died very young as she had only the one chi­ld.

daughter of: Morrison, Ay gos [47:6] and ">,<:^,^:\': O dub e non equay [2:97]

spouse of: Fairbanks [82:__]

issue: Fairbanks, Simon (Seymour) (1869) [2:499] (O-622)


"^,<:>,( O nah be tung [13:60] [Powell 10/0131]             

Morrison, Wm. [13:60] [Powell 10/0131]                      

Powell Genealogies, family #13:60

child of: Morrison, Agos [47:6] and ,;\"{:<:^:- Ay go je bin ace [13:10]

spouse of: Bellanger, Charlotte [35:15]

issue: Morrison, John [13:231] (O-2091, a-1511)


<:}:\; Pe she kee [13:61] [Powell 10/0131]                  

Morrison, Joseph [13:61] [Powell 10/0131]                   

Powell Genealogies, family #13:61

(O-2372) [notation: "3/4"]

[V.R., Broken Tooth Genealogy, #384: born around 1862 near Leech Lake in Minnesota, died 7 Aug 1929. Joseph Morrison as a Chippewa of the Otter Tail Pillager band signed the treaty of 1889 at age 27.  Aygos Morrison, father of Joseph, was the son of William Morrison and Me-she-pe-she-quay.  Morrison County in Minnesota was named for William Morrison and his brother Allan, both early fur traders and both married to Chippewa women.

son of: Morrison, Agos [47:6] and ,;\"{:<:^:- Ay go je bin ace [13:10]

husband of: Beaulieu, Catherine (1872 - May 14, 1914) [91:45] (WE-70), daughter of Beaulieu, Henry H. and /,{:\,/;\"\': Mah-je-cumig-oquay.

issue: Morrison, Charlotte (February 23, 1895) [13:232] (O-71)

Morrison, Josette (1890) [13:233] (O-2373)

Morrison, Maggie [13:234], aka Morrison, Margaret (1892 - November 25, 1906), aka O-ke-zhee (1892 -  November 25, 1906) (O-2374)

Morrison, Charles (1896-1899) [13:235] (O-2375)

[V.R., Broken Tooth Genealogy, #384: "Two othr sons were born in 1901 and 1906"]


Josette (Mamie) Morrison (October 1886 - May 21, 1933) (WE-2373) [V.R., Broken Tooth Genealogy, #929]                                                     

 Mahnomen County, Minnesota, daughter of Joseph Morrison and Catherine Beaulieu.  She married: 1) Turner, John, a Chippewa from Odanah, Wisconsin, and 2) Emerson, George (October 1, 1888 - August 1, 1963), aka Ke-zhe-bah-o-say (October 1, 1888) (WE-4480), born at Big Bend on the White Earth Reservation, died at Mahnomen County, Minnesota, son of May-zhuck-e-be-nais aka Emerson, Frank and Nicholas, Philomene.  George Emerson and Josette Morrison were legally married in Feb of 1915.

    Josette and John Turner had two daughters born in 1910 and 1913.  She and George Emerson had nine children, three sons and six daughters born between 1916 and 1927.


Morrison, Charlotte (February, 1895) (WE-71), daughter of Joseph Morrison and Catherine Beaulieu.  She married  Carlson, John G., born around 1890 in Mora, Minnesota, died 17 Dec 1927.  He and Charlotte Morrison had at least one son born in 1913 in Cass Lake, Minnesota.


-"-:[ So said [13:62] [Powell 10/0131]                      

Powell Genealogies, family #13:62

(O-2376) [notation: "3/4"]

daughter of: Morrison, Agos [47:6] and ,;\"{:<:^:- Ay go je bin ace [13:10]

wife of: ,}"',\,( Ah zhow wah cum, or Aspinwall, Henry

issue: Aspinwall, George [13:236] (O-2377)

Aspinwall, Maggie [13:237] (O-2378)

\:':>,\:',<: Ke we tah ge wabe [13:238] (O-2379)

Aspinwall, Angeline [13:239] (O-2380)

Aspinwall, William [13:240] (O-2381)

Aspinwall, Francis [13:241] (O-2382)

Aspinwall, Louisa [13:242] (O-2383)

Aspinwall, ___ [13:242a] (O-4483)


<:>"' Pe tow [13:63] [Powell 10/0133]                       

Morrison, Peter [13:63] [Powell 10/0133]                    

Powell Genealogies, family #13:63

(O-2366) [notation: "1/2"]

son of: Morrison, Agos [47:6] and ,;\"{:<:^:- Ay go je bin ace [13:10]

spouse of, #1: ^:\,^,\',"/"\': Ne gah nah quah om oquay [1:121], or Morrison, Jane [1:121] [Powell 10/0020], or "\,<:\:};\"\': O gub ay ge shig oquay [1:121] (O-2473 LP, a-1801 LP) [Powell 10/0020]

issue: }:}"\: She shoge [1:305], or Brunette, Mrs. [1:305], aka Morrison, Eliza (1878 - March 31, 1915), aka Beaulieu, Mrs. Robert (1878) (O-2474, a-1804) [notation: "3/4"]

};(\"<: Shin gobe [1:306], or Roy, Mrs.[1:306] (O-2475 LP, a-1803 LP) [notation: "MIXED BLOOD, Rahily 1/5/20"]

Morrison, John [1:307] (O-2476) [notation: "X M/ 4/4"]

Morrison, Maggie [1:308] (O-2477 LP, a-1802)

[notation: "3/4"]

spouse of, #2: /,\;[ Mah geed [13:416] [Powell 10/0104]

issue: Morrison, George [13:573] (O-2368)

Morrison, Charlotte [13:574] (O-2309)

Morrison, John [13:575] (O-2370)

Morrison, Josette [13:576] (O-2371)

Morrison, Angeline [13:577] (O-4170)

                             

"\:}:,}:\': O ge zhe aush equay [13:64] [Powell 10/0133]    

Powell Genealogies, family #13:64

(O-2438)

daughter of: Morrison, Agos [47:6] and ,;\"{:<:^:- Ay go je bin ace [13:10]

spouse of: /:>;\"': Me tig owe [81:2]

issue: Antoine [13:248] (O-2439)

Charlotte [13:249] (O-2440)

Peter [13:250] (O-2441)

Charlotte [13:251] (O-2442)

Henry [13:252] (O-2443)

Joseph [13:253] (o-2444)


-,\',>: Sah quah day [47:7] [Powell 10/0253]                  

Morrison, George [47:7][Powell 10/0253]                       

Powell Genealogies, family #47:7

child of: Morrison, William (1785) [47:1] and /:}:<:}:\': Me she pe she quay

spouse of: ^,<,^:,^,\',<"\': Nub un nay aun ah quod oquay

issue: "not known"


Morrison, Allan (June 3, 1803) [47:2] [J.G. Morrison, Mainly Logging, p.41 ff]   

>:<;}\"(>;[ Te bish con dib [47:2] [Powell 10/0251]             

Powell Genealogies, family #47:2

son of: Morrison, Allan (1745) and **

[J.G.M. p. 42 ff] "Grandfather Allan was born at Terrebonne, near Montreal, June 3, 1803, and he received a common school education at his native village.  This prepared him for a clerkship in a county store.  When his brother William visited home in 1820 he was easily induced to return to America with him.  They got a late start in the fall because of delays in the settling of my great grandfather's estate, and winter overtook them before the end of the trip.  I understand they went by water up the Ottawa River to a portage on Lake Nipissing and then into Georgian Bay and on to Sault St. Marie.  Somewhere along the way winter put an end to winter travel and they were obliged to stay at one of the trading posts while the ice thickened.  Then they started on foot and, when the snow was sufficiently deep, they used snowshoes.  Over the ice of Lake Superior they reached old Superior in February 1821.  Here Grandfather Allen signed with the American Fur Company for a five-year apprenticeship.  I understand that during this period he was sent out to various places under the guidance of Uncle Bill, and he seems not to have stayed in any one place very long.  One of these places was Red Lake.

"In 1825 he married the daughter of a union between Chaboillez, Monsieur Charles (an Indian trader) and an Indian woman (said to be the daughter of a Michigan chieftain) and she was the source of my Indian blood.  Allan and William were Scotch and entirely white.  I have a leather wallet on which he wrote with pen and ink the names and places and dates of all his children.  He had quite a large family and only two of his children were born in the same place.  Moreover, there is quite a difference in the ages of the children born in that place, which means that he went away and came back again.  Here is his family..."

husband of: },<";:\': Sha bo yay quay, aka Chaboillez, Charlotte [notation: "see note over" [Powell 10/0252]: "Note.  This woman the wife of Morrison, Allen, and the wife of [1:8], were sisters (see the tstimony or affidavid of /:^"\:};\':[ May no geshig wabe [1:43] (O-1036) incorporated in the deed from him to Amundson, A.F., dated Mch 14, 1907, and filed for record Mch 15, 1907.  Recorded in Book 22 of Deeds on page 638, Becker Co.)  If this true, they were unquestionably mied bloods, for Morrison, Allen's wife was of French and Indian descent, and her family name was Chaboillez (pronounced },<':\: Sha bwe gay by the Indians."]

issue: Morrison, Charles (March 16, 1827), born Leaf River... Leaf river runs into the Crow Wing

Morrison, Margeritte (September 13, 1829), born Portage LaPrairie ... there was a Portage LaPrairie between Fond du Lac and Sandy Lake

Morrison, Mary Ann (January 12, 1832) [47:14], born at the source of Swan River

Morrison, William (February 17, 1834-December 17, 1834), born at Pine River, ... died at Red Cedar Lake

Morrison, Charlotte Louisa (October 31, 1835), aka Morrison, Louisa [47:13] born enroute to Lake Winnipeg (Lake Winnibigoshish).  She was named after her mother.

Morrison, Jane (April 9, 1841), born at LaPointe [47:  ]

Morrison, John George (April 29, 1843) [47:8], born at Lake Winnipeg (Lake Winnibigoshish) (O-754)

Morrison, Rachael (April 13, 1846) [47:10], born at Long Lake (O-3994)

Morrison, Allan (June 3, 1848) [47:9], born at Crow Wing

Morrison, Louisa (April 20, 1851), born at Long Lake

Morrison, Donald [47:11] (O-814)


Morrison, Charles (March 16, 1827) [J.G.M. p. 42 ff]          

[J.G. Morrison, Mainly Logging, p.41 ff], born Leaf River... Leaf river runs into the Crow Wing

son of: Morrison, Allan (June 3, 1803) [47:2] and },<";:\': Sha bo yay quay, aka Chaboillez, Charlotte


Morrison, Margeritte (September 13, 1829) [J.G.M. p. 42 ff]   

[J.G. Morrison, Mainly Logging, p.41 ff], born Portage LaPrairie ... there was a Portage LaPrairie between Fond du Lac and Sandy Lake

daughter of: Morrison, Allan (June 3, 1803) [47:2] and },<";:\': Sha bo yay quay, aka Chaboillez, Charlotte


Morrison, Mary Ann (January 12, 1832) [47:14] [J.G.M. p. 42 ff]

[J.G.M. p. 42 ff], born at the source of Swan River

daughter of: Morrison, Allan (June 3, 1803) [47:2] and },<";:\': Sha bo yay quay, aka Chaboillez, Charlotte


Morrison, William (February 17, 1834-December 17, 1834) [J.G.M. p. 42 ff] 

[J.G. Morrison, Mainly Logging, p.41 ff], born at Pine River, ... died at Red Cedar Lake

son of: Morrison, Allan (June 3, 1803) [47:2] and },<";:\': Sha bo yay quay, aka Chaboillez, Charlotte


Morrison, Charlotte Louisa (October 31, 1835) [J.G.M. p. 42 ff]

Morrison, Louisa [47:13] [J.G.M. p. 42 ff]                    

[J.G. Morrison, Mainly Logging, p.41 ff], born enroute to Lake Winnipeg (Lake Winnibigoshish).  She was named after her mother.

daughter of: Morrison, Allan (June 3, 1803) [47:2] and },<";:\': Sha bo yay quay, aka Chaboillez, Charlotte


Morrison, Jane (April 9, 1841) [J.G.M. p. 42 ff]              

Morrison, Mary (Jane?) (WE-339) [Powell 8/0046]               

[J.G. Morrison, Mainly Logging, p.41 ff], born at LaPointe

Powell Genealogies, Family #S2:head.s2

daughter of: Morrison, Allan (June 3, 1803) [47:2] and },<";:\': Sha bo yay quay, aka Chaboillez, Charlotte

wife of: Sloan, John R. [S2:head]

issue: Sloan, John [S2:4] (WE-3979) [notation: "1/4, 22"] [note: allotments (WE-3630) and (WE-3928) have been deleted]

   Stand, Mary [S2:5] (WE-3980) [notation: "1/4, 19"]

   Sloan, George [S2:6] (WE-3986) [notation: "1/4, 27"]

   Sloan, Daniel [S2:7] (WE-3990) [notation: "1/4, 30"]

   Munsh, Lizzie Sloan [S2:7a] [notation: "not allotted"]

   Munsh, Louise Sloan [S2:7b] (WE-3928)

   Sloan, Allan [S2:7c]


Morrison, John George (April 29, 1843) [47:8] [Powell 10/0253]

Powell Genealogies, family #47:8

[J.G. Morrison, Mainly Logging, p.43]: born at Lake Winnipeg (Lake Winnibigoshish) (O-754)

son of: >:<;}\"(>;[ Te bish con dib [47:2], aka Morrison, Allen (June 3, 1803) [47:2] and },<";:\': Sha bo yay quay, aka Chaboillez, Charlotte

husband of: Fairbanks, Maggie [82:  ] (755) [F.B. sister of Fairbanks, Catherine, mother of Fairbanks, Reuben married Spears, Alice (daughter of Spears, William R. and Morrison, Julia R.), who was his first cousin -- they had to ask the Priest for permission to get married.]

issue: Morrison, John G., Jr. [47:43] (O-756)

   Morrison, Frances [47:44] (O-757)

   Morrison, Carrie [47:45] (O-758) [notation: "Pine Ridge, S.D."]

   Morrison, Jane [47:46] (O-759)

   Morrison, Robert [47:47], aka Morrison, Robert Henry Albert (February 8, 1866) (O-760 X)

   Morrison, Chas. W. [47:47a]

   Morrison, Julia R. [47:47b], aka Spears, Julia R. [47:47b]

   Morrison, D.S. [47:47c]

   Morrison, Charlotte Catherine (January 29, 1865), born in Crow Wing... and died the same day.  Her grave stone can still be seen in the Catholic cemetary there." [J.G. Morrison, Mainly Logging, p.47]


Morrison, John G., Jr. [47:43] [Powell 10/0255]             

Morrison, John George (October 28, 1871) [J.G. Morrison, Mainly Logging, p.47]

Powell Genealogies, family #47:43

(O-756)

son of: Morrison, John George (April 29, 1843) [47:8] and Fairbanks, Maggie [82:  ]


Morrison, Frances [47:44] [Powell 10/0255]                  

Powell Genealogies, family #47:44

(O-757)

son of: Morrison, John George (April 29, 1843) [47:8] and Fairbanks, Maggie [82:  ]


Morrison, Carrie [47:45] [Powell 10/0255]                   

Powell Genealogies, family #47:45

(O-758) [notation: "Pine Ridge, S.D."]

daughter of: Morrison, John George (April 29, 1843) [47:8] and Fairbanks, Maggie [82:  ]


Morrison, Jane [47:46] [Powell 10/0255]                     

Powell Genealogies, family #47:46

(O-759)

daughter of: Morrison, John George (April 29, 1843) [47:8] and Fairbanks, Maggie [82:  ]


Morrison, Robert [47:47] [Powell 10/0255]                   

Morrison, Robert Henry Albert (February 8, 1866) [J.G. Morrison, Mainly Logging, p.47] 

Powell Genealogies, family #47:47

(O-760 X)

son of: Morrison, John George (April 29, 1843) [47:8] and Fairbanks, Maggie [82:  ]

spouse of: Sophia (761)

issue: Morrison, Otto [47:112] (O-762)

Morrison, Charles [47:113] (O-763)

Morrison, James [47:114] (O-764)

Morrison, Raymond [74:115] (O-765)

Morrison, Florence [74:116] (O-766)


Morrison, Chas. W. [47:47a] [Powell 10/0255]                

Morrison, Charles William (October 4, 1867)

Powell Genealogies, family #47:47a

son of: Morrison, John George (April 29, 1843) [47:8] and Fairbanks, Maggie [82:  ]


Morrison, Julia R. [47:47b] [Powell 10/0255]                

Spears, Julia Rachael (March 4, 1869) [J.G. Morrison, Mainly Logging, p.47]  

Powell Genealogies, family #47:47b

daughter of: Morrison, John George (April 29, 1843) [47:8] and Fairbanks, Maggie [82:  ]

wife of: Spears, William R.


Morrison, D.S. [47:47c] [Powell 10/0255]                    

Morrison, Donald Allen (January 28, 1871) [J.G. Morrison, Mainly Logging, p.47]   

Powell Genealogies, family #47:47c

child of: Morrison, John George (April 29, 1843) [47:8] and Fairbanks, Maggie [82:  ]


Morrison, Rachael (April 13, 1846) [47:10] [Powell 10/0253]   

Powell Genealogies, family #47:10

[J.G. Morrison, Mainly Logging, p.43]: born at Long Lake

(O-3994)

daughter of: >:<;}\"(>;[ Te bish con dib [47:2], aka Morrison, Allen (June 3, 1803) [47:2], and },<";:\': Sha bo yay quay, aka Chaboillez, Charlotte

spouse of: ___

issue: Morrison, Carrie L. [47:48] (O-3995)


Morrison, Allan (June 3, 1848) [47:9], born at Crow Wing


Morrison, Louisa (April 20, 1851), born at Long Lake


Morrison, Donald [47:11] [Powell 10/0253]                     

Morrison, David [47:11] [Powell 10/0253]                      

Powell Genealogies, family #47:11

(O-814)

son of: >:<;}\"(>;[ Te bish con dib [47:2], aka Morrison, Allen (June 3, 1803) [47:2] and },<";:\': Sha bo yay quay, aka Chaboillez, Charlotte

spouse of: ___

issue: Morrison, Lewelyn [47:49] (O-815)

  

Morrison, George A. [47:2a] [Powell 10/0251]                    

Powell Genealogies, family #47:2a

son of: Morrison, Allan (1745) and **

husband of: <:},\:};[ Pe shah ge shig [2:174]

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