Half Breed Scrip
  Issued on Article VII of the April 12, 1864 amendments to the Old Crossing treaty between the Red Lake and Pembina Bands of Chippewa and the United States



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National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 000; with
notation, "This Certificate, in Blank, sent to the Commissioner of
the General Land Office, Oct. 9, 1868
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Beaulieu, John B. (1842-3)                                      ·
Beaulieu, John Baptiste [Lake Superior Scrip]                   ·
Beaubien, John [R.L. Scrip #1]                                  ·
Beaulieu, John [R.L. Scrip #1]                                  ·
Beaulieu, John B. (1841 - January 1, 1897) [91:26] [82:26d] (WE-28)                                                             ·
U.S. Census, Cass County, 1860:177/177, born: Minnesota
occupation: assistant interpreter
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 1, dated August
7th, 1867, 160 Acres, issued to John Beaubien [notation, "Should be
John Beaulieu, See Atty to G.L.O., March 12, '77"], delivered to
Agent Bassett, Aug. 7, 1867; [enclosed with older Scrip Stub book]:
Letter on "Office United States Indian Agent, Chippewa Agency,
Minn.," dated August 26, 1867: "We the undersigned hereby
acknowledge the receipt by us from J.B. Bassett, U.S. Indian Agt.,
of one piece of Scrip for one hundred and sixty acres for each of
us, issued under the provisions of the treaty of 1864, supplemental
to the treaty of 1863, with the Red Lake and Pembina bands of
Chippewa Indains, and said scrip is accepted by us in lieu of all
future annuities.  Signed in duplicate in presence of Paul H.
Beaulieu; A.L. Daggett: John Beaulieu [signature]; James Fairbanks
[His "X" Mark]; Albert Fairbanks [signature]; John Geo. Morrison
[signature]"
Lake Superior Halfbreed Scrip, May 2, 1868 - San Francisco, Cal.
U.S. Census, Becker County, 1870 family 48/48: born 1843 in
Minnesota - 1/2 breed, occupation dry goods merchant, estate $800;
male citizen over age 21
Corporal, afterwards Captain, Company G., 9th Regiment,  Minnesota;
according to Theo. H. Beaulieu of White Earth, he "took an active
part in assisting the State and [Federal] Government during the
Sioux uprising and the Civil War."
"born Lac des Sables, baptized August 20, 1843, La Pointe,
Wisconsin, died on the White Earth Reservation.  As a Chippewa
mixed-blood of the Mississippi band he signed the agreement of
1886.
U.S. Census, Becker County, - White Earth Agency, June 1880:58/59
son of: Beaulieu, Paul H. (1817) and Beaulieu, Maria M., (1822-4)
husband of, #1: Aikin, Isabelle (1858 - August 19, 1918)
issue: Beaulieu, Clement Rocky (1867)
     Beaulieu, Robert (1873) [V.R. #708] (WE-3951)
     Beaulieu, Roger J. (April 7, 1867) [V.R. #709+] (WE-3955)
husband of, #2: Ditour, Helene
issue: Beaulieu, Elisabet (1870)
     Beaulieu, John Truman (1872 - March 12, 1962) (WE-30) [V.R.
#650s]
husband of, #3: /;}>"' (1854 - May 22, 1926) Mish tow (WE-590), aka
Whitefisher, Frances (1854 - May 22, 1926) (WE-590), daughter of
',<"{;[ Wah bo jig, or Whitecloud and /,\">: Mah ko day [5:8]; her
first husband was Parker, John (1853 - June 1915) [40:7]; and her
third was Brown, John (1845 - 1884) (WE-unallotted)
issue: Beaulieu, Annie (1875) [5:139a], or <:},\',>"\': (1875)
Paysh ah quod oquay [5:139a] (O-591, a-455 X) [V.R. #497+]
     Josephine [5:139b] (O-593), aka Beaulieu, Joseph (1880) [V.R.
#498+] (WE-593)
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FAIRBANKS, JAMES (1842)                                        ·8
Fairbanks, James (1842) [1860 U.S.] [Powell 8/0070]             ·
Fairbanks, James [R.L. Scrip #2]                                ·
Fairbanks, James (John?) [82:7] [Powell 10/0330] [Powell 8/0081]·
Powell Genealogies, family #F3:7, #82:7
U.S. Census, Crow Wing County, 1860:28/28 born: Minnesota  race:
mulatto [F3:7] [notation: "1/4"] [Powell 8/0096, notation: "died at
Crow Wing in '74"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 2, dated August
7, 1867, 160 Acres, issued to James Fairbanks, delivred to Agent
Bassett, Aug. 7, 1867; [enclosed with older Scrip Stub book]:
Letter on "Office United States Indian Agent, Chippewa Agency,
Minn.," dated August 26, 1867: "We the undersigned hereby
acknowledge the receipt by us from J.B. Bassett, U.S. Indian Agt.,
of one piece of Scrip for one hundred and sixty acres for each of
us, issued under the provisions of the treaty of 1864, supplemental
to the treaty of 1863, with the Red Lake and Pembina bands of
Chippewa Indains, and said scrip is accepted by us in lieu of all
future annuities.  Signed in duplicate in presence of Paul H.
Beaulieu; A.L. Daggett: John Beaulieu [signature]; James Fairbanks
[His "X" Mark]; Albert Fairbanks [signature]; John Geo. Morrison
[signature]"
son of: Fairbanks, John H. (abt.1807) and Sayers, Mary (1820), aka
},\,^,}:\': (abt.1820) Sha gah nash e quay, aka ,;}\':\',^,<:\ (abt.1820)
Aish quay gwon a beak
husband of, #1: Mendenhall, Emma
issue: Fairbanks, John G. [82:26a] (O-678) [notation: "3/8"]
     Fairbanks, Benjamin [82:26b] (O-791) [notation: "3/8"]
     Fairbanks, Margaret [82:26c] (O-1070) [notation: "3/8"], who
married Viznor, Abraham (WE-1423)
husband of, #2 [Powell 8/0073]: Taylor, or -,-:\;- Zah ze kis
[Powell 8/0081, notation: "daughter of ,\:',{:\':>,( Ah ke wah je
que dung"], aka Margaret [Powell 8/0096, notation: "sister of
Taylor, James, living on Res."]
issue: John G. [Powell 8/0073]
     Benjamin [Powell 8/0073]
     Girlie, who married Vezina, Abram [Powell 8/0073]
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FAIRBANKS, ALBERT (1840)                                       ·7
Fairbanks, Albert (1840) [1850 U.S.]                           ·F
Fairbanks, Albert [R.L. Scrip #3]                               ·
Fairbanks, Albert (1838) [1880 U.S.]
Fairbanks, Albert (abt.1840) (WE-746) [F3:6, 82:6] [Powell 8/0070,
10/0330]                                                        ·
Powell Genealogies, family #F3:6
[notation: "746.O.6, 1/4"] [Powell 8/0096, notation: "73 years
old"]
U.S. Census, Crow Wing County, 1860:28/28  born: Minnesota  race:
mulatto
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 3, dated August
7th, 1867, 160 Acres, issued to Albert Fairbanks, delivered to
Agent Bassett, Aug. 7, 1867; [enclosed with older Scrip Stub book]:
Letter on "Office United States Indian Agent, Chippewa Agency,
Minn.," dated August 26, 1867: "We the undersigned hereby
acknowledge the receipt by us from J.B. Bassett, U.S. Indian Agt.,
of one piece of Scrip for one hundred and sixty acres for each of
us, issued under the provisions of the treaty of 1864, supplemental
to the treaty of 1863, with the Red Lake and Pembina bands of
Chippewa Indains, and said scrip is accepted by us in lieu of all
future annuities.  Signed in duplicate in presence of Paul H.
Beaulieu; A.L. Daggett: John Beaulieu [signature]; James Fairbanks
[His "X" Mark]; Albert Fairbanks [signature]; John Geo. Morrison
[signature]"
U.S. Census, Becker County, - White Earth Agency, June 1880:3/3
race: Indian, male  occupation: farmer and policeman  born:
Minnesota  father born: Vermont  mother born: Minnesota
Register Baptisatorum ... in Missine Parochiali Crowwing et
Filialbus Proseme ... per me Francis Pierz [V.R. transcription],
son of: Fairbanks, John H. (1807) and Fairbanks, Mary (1820), aka
Sayers, Mary (1820), aka },\,^,}:\': (abt.1820) Sha gah nash e quay,
aka ,;}\':\',^,<:\ (abt.1820) Aish quay gwon a beak
husband of, #1: Mechan, Marie (before 1845) [1860]
issye: Fairbanks, Margaret (February, 1860) [1860]
husband of, #2: Fairbanks, Catharine (1844) [1880] race: Indian,
female  occupation: keeping house  born: Wisconsin  father born:
Canada  mother born: Wisconsin
issue: Fairbanks, John (1863) [1880]  race: Indian, male
occupation: farm work  born: Minnesota
     Fairbanks, Joseph J. (1865) [82:22] (WE-769, a-573) [notation:
"1/4"]
husband of, #3: Dufort, Catherine (ó 1850) (WE-747) [1869], [Powell
8/0073, notation: "her mother was Dufort, Sophia (nee Couvion).
Sophia was from the Sault, and was 1/2 White.  Dufort was French
and was a trader at Fond du Lac American Fur Company." [Powell
8/0081, notation: "1/2"] (O-747, A-573) [Powell 8/0096, notation:
"68 years old"]
issue: Fairbanks, Sophia Marie (July 8, 1869)
     Fairbanks, William A. (1871) [82:23] (WE-753, a-579) race:
Indian, male  attended school within census year  born: Minnesota
[notation: "1/4"] [Powell 8/0096, notation: "43 years old"]
     Fairbanks, Sarah (1876) [82:21] (WE-798) race: Indian, female
born: Minnesota [notation: "1/4"] [Powell 8/0096, notation: "38
years old, (Dakotah), 748"]
     Fairbanks, Lizzie B. (Sept. 1879) [82:24] (WE-749), aka
Fairbanks, Lizzie V. [82a:24] (WE-749) race: Indian, female  born:
Minnesota [notation: "1/4"] [Powell 8/0096, notation: "35 years old
(Martin)"]
     Fairbanks, Isaac J. [82:25], aka Fairbanks, John [82:25] (O-
750, a-575) [notation: "1/4"]
     Fairbanks, Robert [82:26] (O-751) [notation: "1/4"] [Powell
8/0096, notation: "29 years old, same as Charles R."]
     Fairbanks, Joe J. (WE-769) [82a:22]
[1880: household includes: Burman, Jane (1863)  race: Indian,
female  "daughter by adoption"  illiterate, cannot write  born:
Minnesota  father born: New York  mother born: Minnesota
     McGwire, Thomas (1860)  race: White, male  boarder  single
occupation: butcher and farm work  born: New York  father born:
Ireland  mother born: Ireland
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Morrison, John George (April 29, 1843) [47:8] [Powell 10/0253]  ·
Morrison, John George (1843) [1860 U.S.]                       ·M
Morrison, John George [R.L. Scrip #4]                           ·
Morrison, John George (1843) [1880 U.S.]
Morison, John [Lake Superior Scrip]                             ·
Morrison, John [Bad River]                                      ·
Powell Genealogies, family #47:8
[J.G. Morrison, Mainly Logging, p.43]: born at Lake Winnipeg (Lake
Winnibigoshish) (O-754)
Lake Superior Halfbreed Scrip: Morison, John; June 10, 1858 -
Superior, Wis.
United States Census, Crow Wing county, 1860:23/23  born: Minnesota
occupation: teamster
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 4 [checked],
dated [blank], 160 Acres, delivered August 7, 1867, issued to John
George Morrison, delivered to Agent Bassett, Aug. 7, 1867;
[enclosed with older Scrip Stub book]: Letter on "Office United
States Indian Agent, Chippewa Agency, Minn.," dated August 26,
1867: "We the undersigned hereby acknowledge the receipt by us from
J.B. Bassett, U.S. Indian Agt., of one piece of Scrip for one
hundred and sixty acres for each of us, issued under the provisions
of the treaty of 1864, supplemental to the treaty of 1863, with the
Red Lake and Pembina bands of Chippewa Indains, and said scrip is
accepted by us in lieu of all future annuities.  Signed in
duplicate in presence of Paul H. Beaulieu; A.L. Daggett: John
Beaulieu [signature]; James Fairbanks [His "X" Mark]; Albert
Fairbanks [signature]; John Geo. Morrison [signature]"
U.S. Census, Becker County, - White Earth Agency, June 1880:23/23
race: Indian, male  occupation: farming and Policeman  born:
Minnesota  father born: Canada  mother born: Minnesota
Bad River Allotment, December 21, 1882: John Morrison
John Morrison was interpeter to the 1889 Commission in Fond du Lac,
Nett Lake
son of: >:<;}\"(>;[ (1803) Te bish con dib [47:2], aka Morrison,
Allen (June 3, 1803) [47:2] and },<";:\': (1815) Sha bo yay quay,
aka Chaboillez, Charlotte (1815)
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.] [1880] Morrison, Maggie (1869)  race: Indian,
female  occupation: keeping house  born: Minnesota  father born:
Canada  mother born: Minnesota
issue: Morrison, John G., Jr. [47:43] (O-756), aka Morrison, Jnr.
George (1873)  race: Indian, male  occupation: attending school
born: Minnesota
     Morrison, Frances [47:44] (O-757), aka Morrison, Fannie (1877)
race: Indian, female  born: Minnesota
     Morrison, Carrie [47:45] (O-758) [notation: "Pine Ridge,
S.D."], aka Morrison, Carrie May (1879)  race: Indian, female
born: Minnesota
     Morrison, Jane [47:46] (O-759)
     Morrison, Robert [47:47], aka Morrison, Robert Henry Albert
(February 8, 1866) (O-760 X), aka Morrison, Robert (1865)  race:
Indian, male  occupation: attending school  born: Minnesota
     Morrison, Chas. W. [47:47a], aka Morrison, Charles (1867)
race: Indian, male  occupation: attending school  born: Minnesota
     Morrison, Julia (1869)  race: Indian, female  occupation:
attending school  born: Minnesota
     Morrison, Daniel (1871)  race: Indian, male  occupation:
attending school  born: Minnesota

National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number [blank], after
Scrip Number 4; notation: "This blank torn off to be show to the
Sec'y - Int'r., Aug't 2, 1870"

National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number [blank], after
Scrip Number 4; notation: "This blank torn off to be given to
Senator Howard, January 26th, 1871"

National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number [blank], after
Scrip Number 4; notation: "This blank torn off and given to the
Hon. Secretary of the Interior, January 9, 1872"
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Berger, Pierre (1841)                                           ·
Berger, Pierre Jr. [R.L. Scrip #5]                              ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, family 59/59,
born Red River Br.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed Scrip
No. 5, Schedule B., issued November 18, 1872, under the authority
of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered November 18, 1872
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 5, November
18th, 1872, 160 acres, delivered November 18th, 1872; issued to
Pierre Berger, Jr.; delivered to Agent Smith
son of: Berger, Pierre (1816) and , Indigne (1813)
husband of: Wilkie, Judith [VRA #152p]
issue: Berger, Jacob [VRA #152s]
6
Brisette, Edmond Jun. [R.L. Scrip #6]                           ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" [notation:
"Schedule B"], Halfbreed Scrip No. 6 issued November 18, 1872,
under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872,
delivered November 18, 1872
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 6, November 18,
1872, 160 Acres, delived November 18th, 1872, issued to Edmund
Brissette, Junior; delivered to Agent Smith
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Bottineau, Daniel (abt.1845) [VRA #79]                              ·
Bottineau, Daniel [R.L. Scrip #7]                                ·
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #79]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed Scrip
No. 7, Schedule B., issued November 18, 1872, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered November 18, 1872
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 7, dated November
18th, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered November 18th, 1872, issued to
Daniel Bottineau, delivered to Agent Smith
son of: Bottineau, Pierre (abt.1816 - 1895) [VRA #11] and Lawrence,
Genevieve (abt.1818)
husband of: "name unknown"
issue: Bottineau, Ida [VRA #194]
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Brissette, Alfred [R.L. Scrip #8]                              ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" [notation:
"schedule B"], Halfbreed Scrip No. 8 issued November 18, 1872,
under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872,
delivered November 18, 1872
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 8, dated
November 18, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered Novembr 18, 1872, issued
to Alfred Brisette, delivered to Agent Smith
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Brunette, Louis (1837) [1860 U.S.]                             ·
Brunette, Louis (1840) [1870 U.S.]                             ·
Brunette, Louis [R.L. Scrip #9]                                ·
Brunette, Louis [48:5] [Powell 8/0028]                         ·
U.S. Census, Crow Wing County, 1860, family 37/37, 1837, Minnesota
- mulatto, estate $75
U.S. Census, Aitkin County, 1870, family 1/1, born in Minnesota -
1/2 breed, farmer, illiterate - cannot read or write, male citizen
over age 21, estate $200
Aitkin County, 1870, Agricultural Production.  Agent, Owner, or
Manager: Louis Brunette; Acres of land: improved - 3 1/2;
woodland: 80; other unimproved: 77; Present cash value of farm:
250; Present cash value of farming equipment and machinery: 25;
Total amount of wages paid during the year including value of
board: --; number of horses: 2; milch cows 1; other cattle: 2;
value of all livestock: 230; -- bushels of spring wheat raised; 15
bushels of Indian corn raised; -- bushels of oats raised.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [notation:
"H 64"], Halfbreed Scrip No. 9 issued November 18, 1872, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered
November 18, 1872, Patented May 21, 1881
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 9, dated
November 18th, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered November 18th, 1872,
issued to Louis Brunette, delivered to Agent Smith
Powell Genealogies, family #48:5
(52) (WE-954) [notation: "1/2"]
son of: Brunette, Joseph [48:4] and Way me tig o she quay, Josette
husband of, #1: Brunette, Lisette (1840), born in Minnesota -
Indian
issue: Brunette, Joseph (1859), born in Minnesota - mulatto
husband of,#2: Brunette, Angeline (1840), born in Minnesota - 1/2
breed, occupation keeping house, illiterate: cannot write
issue: Brunette, Joseph (1861), born in Minnesota - 1/2 breed
     Brunette, Mary (1864), born in Minnesota - 1/2 breed
     Brunette, George (1868), born in Minnesota - 1/2 breed
     Brunette, Lizzie (Feb. 1870), born in  Minnesota - 1/2 breed
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Bottineau, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #10]                                 ·
Bottineau, Joseph (abt.1810) [VRA #6]                                 ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [checked] Halfbreed
Scrip No. 10
issued November 18, 1872, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered November 18, 1872
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #6]
son of: Bottineau, Charles [VRA] and Marguerite, a Sauteuse [VRA]
husband of: Cardinal, Angelique (abt.1815), daughter of Cardinal, Jacques
and Josephte, an Assiboine
date of marriage: September 17, 1832, at St. Boniface (Winnipeg),
Canada
issue: Bottineau, Marie (abt.1834) [VRA #43]
     Bottineau, Josette (abt.1836) [VRA #44]
     Bottineau, Angelique (abt.1841) [VRA #45]
     Bottineau, Joseph (abt.1843) [VRA #46]
     Bottineau, Eleaor (Resion) (abt.1845) [VRA #47]
     Bottineau, John (abt.1846) [VRA #48]
     Bottineau, Charles (abt.1847) [VRA #49]
     Bottineau, Jonas [VRA #50]
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Brunelle, Joseph, Jr. (abt.1850) [VRA #33s]                       ·
Brunelle, Joseph Jr. [R.L. Scrip #11]                          ·
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #33s]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed
Scrip No. 11, Schedule B. issued November 18, 1872, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered
November 18, 1872 [notation: "Patented May 21, 1881"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 11, dated
November 18th, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered November 18, 1872,
issued to Joseph Brunelle, Jun., delivered to Agent Smith
son of: Brunelle, Joseph and Louise
husband of: Raiche, Julia (abt.1846) [VRA #33]
issue: Brunelle, Charles William (abt.1875) [VRA #118]
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Choinard, Leffet [Lake Superior Scrip]                         ·
Cheuvert, Alfred [R.L. Scrip #12]                              ·
Shenvert, Alfred [R.L. Scrip]                                  ·
Lake Superior Halfbreed Scrip; May 10, 1869 - Humboldt, Cal.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 12 [notation: "see Shuvert, Alfret"], issued November
18, 1872, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12,
1872, delivered February 12, 1982 [sic]; under Shenvert, Alfred,
there is a notation, "see "Chenvert"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 12, issued
November 18, 1872, 160 acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued
to Alfred Chenvert, delivered to Agent Smith
husband of: Bottineau, Marguerite (abt.February 5, 1847)
issue: Chenvert, Julia [VRA #195]
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Covernette, Joseph [Lake Superior Scrip]                       ·
Couvert, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #13]                               ·
Lake Superior Halfbreed Scrip: ; Aug. 20, 1869 - St. Cloud, Minn.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 13 issued November 18, 1872 under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 13, issued
November 18, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered February 12th, 1873,
issued to Joseph Couvert, delivered to Agent Smith
14
Carcheneau, Francois (1839) [1860 U.S.]                        ·
Courchaienne, Francis [R.L. Scrip #14]                         ·
U.S. Census, Becker County, 1860, family 717/711, born Hudson's
Bay Company Territory  common laborer - mulatto
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 14 [checked] issued November 18, 1872, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered
November 18, 1872
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 14, dated
November 18th, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered November 18th, 1872,
issued to Fancis Courchaienne, delivered to Agent Smith
son of: Carcheneau, Charles (1803) and , Martha (1820)
15
Cayol, Vetal [R.L. Scrip #15]                                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 15 issued November 18, 1872, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered November 18, 1872
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 15, dated
November 18th, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered November 18, 1872,
issued to Vetal Cayol, delivered to Agent Smith
16
Desjarlais, David (May 11, 1836) [VRA #69]                     ·
Desjailais, David [R.L. Scrip #16]                             ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 56 issued November 18, 1872, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered November 18, 1872
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 16, dated
November 18, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered November 18, 1872, issued
to David Desjailais, delivered to Agent Smith
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #69], baptized June
28, 1839, St. Peter, Minnesota.  His godparents were Massy, Louis
and Massy, Francoise
son of: Desjarlais, Louis dit Minock and Menoc, [VRA #10s] and
Bottineau, Frances (abt.1815) [VRA #10]
husband of: Miller, Barbara
issue: "several children"
17
Ducept, Pierre [R.L. Scrip #17]                                ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 17 issued November 18, 1872, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 17, dated
November 18, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered February 12th, 1873,
issued to Pierre Ducept, delivered to Agent Smith
18
Deshain, Joseph (1845) [1850 U.S.]                             ·
Duchaune, Joseph (Sen'r) [R.L. Scrip #287]                     ·
Duchaune, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #240]                             ·
Duseaume, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #18]                              ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850:56/56, born Red
River Br.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 287 issued January 13, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered January 13, 1874;
Halfbreed Scrip No. 240, issued July 30, 1873, under the authority
of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 30, 1873;
and Halfbreed Scrip No. 18 issued November 18, 1872, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered
November 18, 1872
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 18, dated
November 18, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered November 18, 1872, issued
to Joseph Duseaume, delivered to Agent Smith
son of: Deshain, Pierre (1819) and , Josette (1825)
19
Ducept, Michael, Jr. [R.L. Scrip #19]                          ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 19 [checked] issued November 18, 1872, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered
February 12, 1872
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 19, dated
November 18, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered February 12th, 1873,
issued to Michael Ducept Jr., delivered to Agent Smith
20
Finley, James [R.L. Scrip #20]                                 ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 20 [checked] issued November 18, 1872, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered
November 18, 1872
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 20, dated
November 18th, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered November 18th, 1872,
issued to James Finley, delivered to Agent Smith
21
Grant, Narcisse (January 4, 1832) [VRA #37]                    ·
Grant, Narcisse Jr. [R.L. Scrip #21]                           ·
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #37], baptized January
15, 1832, St. Boniface, Manitoba
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 21 issued November 18, 1872, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 21, dated
November 18th, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered February 12th, 1873,
issued to Narcisse Grant, Junior, delivered to Agent Smith
son of: Grant, John Baptiste (abt.1807) [VRA #5] and Deschamps, Julia
(abt.1809 - February 13, 1988) (WE-3231)
husband of: Renville, Marguerite (abt.1835), married in 1856 at
Pembina, North Dakota.
issue: Grant, Jennie (Virginia) (abt.1860) [VRA #119]
22
Gordon, Julber [R.L. Scrip #22]                                ·
Goidon, Julber [R.L. Scrip #22]                                ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 22 issued November 18, 1872, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered November 18, 1872
[Patented May 21, 1887]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 22, dated
November 18th, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered November 18, 1872,
issued to Julber Goidon, delivered to Agent Smith
23
Kepenanga, Sin Pierre [R.L. Scrip #23]                         ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 23 issued November 18, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered November 18, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 23, dated
November 18th, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered November 18th, 1872,
issued to sin Pierre Kepenanga, delivered to Agent Grant
24
Landry, Charles Jr. [R.L. Scrip #24]                           ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 24 issued November 18, 1872, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 24, dated
November 18th, 1872,. 160 Acres, delivered February 12th, 1873,
issued to Charles Landry, Junior, delivered to Agent Smith
25
La Rock, Pierre (1841) [1850 U.S.]                             ·
La Roque, Pierre [R.L. Scrip #25]                              ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, Family 114/114, born
Pembina
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 25 issued November 18, 1872, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered November 18, 1872
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 25, dated
November 18, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered November 18, 1872, issued
to Pierre La Roque, delivered to Agent Smith
son of: La Rock, Antoine (1806) and , Francoise (1814)
26
Mathew, Thomas [R.L. Scrip #26]                                ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 26 issued November 18, 1872, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered November 18, 1872
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 26, dated
November 18th, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered November 18, 1872,
issued to Thomas Mathew, delivered to Agent Smith
27
Morrow, Jonace [R.L. Scrip #27]                                ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 27 issued November 18, 1872, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered November 18, 1872
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 27, dated
November 18th, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered November 18, 1872,
issued to Jonace Morrow, delivered to Agent Smith
28
Roy, John Baptist 2d [Lake Superior Scrip]                     ·
Roy, John [R.L. Scrip #28]                                     ·
Roy, John B. (1822) [1885]                                    ·R
Roy, John B. (1820) [1886]
Roy, John B. (1819) [1887]
Lake Superior Halfbreed Scrip: Roy, John Baptist 2d; June 10, 1858
- Superior, Wis.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 28 issued November 18, 1872, under the Authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered November 18, 1872
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 28, dated
November 18th, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered November 18, 1872,
issued to John Roy, delivered to Agent Smith
Red Lake B.I.A. Enrollment, 1885:846 "Moose Dung's Band"
1886:852; 1887:919; 1888:
husband of: Roy, Josette (1828)
29
Vale, Moses [R.L. Scrip #29]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 29 issued July 7, 1873, under the Authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 29, dated
November 18th, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered November 18th, 1872,
issued to Moses Vale, delivered to Agent Smith
30
Valier, Louisanta (1833) [1850 U.S.]                                 ·
Lavaillet, Louis [R.L. Scrip #199]                                   ·
Vallait, Louis [R.L. Scrip #30]                                      ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 87/87, born Red
River Br.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 199
[checked] issued July 7, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 7, 1873; and No. 30 issued
November 18, 1872, under the Authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12,
1872; delivered November 18, 1872
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 30 [checked], dated
November 18th, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered November 18, 1872, issued to
Louis Vallait, delivered to Agent Smith; Number 199, dated July 7th,
1883, 160 Acres, delivered July 7th, 1873, issued to Louis Lavaillet,
delivered to Agent E. Douglas
child of: Valier [Valle], Joseph (1814) and , Louise (1820)
31
Villenueve, Frank [R.L. Scrip #118]                            ·
Villeneave, Francis Jr. [R.L. Scrip #31, "same as Frank"]      ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 118 issued February 12, 1873, under the Authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 31, dated
November 18th, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered February 12th, 1873,
issued to Francis Villeneave Jr. (same as Frank), delivered to
Agent Smith
32
Villneuf, Cuthbert [R.L. Scrip #32]                            ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 32 issued November 18, 1872, under the Authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered November 18, 1872;
notation: "Patented May 21, 1881"
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 32, dated
November 18th, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered November 18, 1872,
issued to Cuthbert Villneuf, delivered to Agent Smith
33
Vandall, John (1847) [1850 U.S.]                               ·
Vandale, John [R.L. Scrip #33]                                 ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 139/139, born
Red River Br.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 33 [checked] issued November 18, 1872, under the
Authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered
November 18, 1872
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 33, dated
November 18th, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered Novembr 18, 1872, issued
to John Vandale, delivered to Agent Smith
son of: Vandall, Pierre (1814) and , Julie (1820)
34
Grant, Peter (abt.1838) [VRA #38]                                 ·
Grant, Pierre (abt.1838) [VRA #38]                                ·
Grant, Peter [R.L. Scrip #34]                                  ·
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #38], in 1892 Pierre
Grant, wife Marie and children William, Daniel and Julia were
living on the Turtle Mountain Reservation in North Dakota.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 34 [checked] issued November 18, 1872, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered
November 18, 1872
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, No number [after
number 22], notation "cancelled, see Peter Grant No. 34"; Number
34, dated November 18th, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered Novembe 18,
1872, issued to Peter Grant, delivered to Agent Smith
son of: Grant, John Baptiste (abt.1807) [VRA #5] and Deschamps, Julia
(abt.1809 - February 13, 1988) (WE-3231)
husband of: Vevier, Mary (WE-3240) [V1:12] [VRA #38s]
issue: Grant, Joseph (1864) [VRA #120]
     Grant, William (1871) [VRA #121]
     Grant, Daniel (1875) [VRA #122]
     Grant, Julia (abt.1877) [VRA #123]
     Grant, John Baptiste [VRA #124]
     Grant, Virginia [VRA #125], who married Azure
35
Picard, Paulet [Lake Superior Scrip]                           ·
Picard, Paul Jr. [R.L. Scrip #35]                              ·
Pickard, Paul Junior [R.L. Scrip]                              ·
Lake Superior Halfbreed Scrip: Picard, Paulet; May 10, 1869 -
Stockton, Cal.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 35 [checked] issued November 18, 1872, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered
November 18, 1872
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, No Number [after
number 27], notation "cancelled, see Paul Picard Jun., no. 35"];
Number 35, dated November 18th, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered
November 18th, 1872, issued to Paul Picard, Junior, delivered to
Agent Smith
36
Below, Henry [R.L. Scrip #36]                                  ·
Belon, Henry [R.L. Scrip #36]                                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [checked]
Halfbreed Scrip No. 36 issued February 12, 1873, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered
February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 36, dated
February 12, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued
to Henry Belon, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
37
Blue, Joseph (1859) [Pierz]                                   ·B
Below, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #37]                                 ·
Belon, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #37]                                 ·
Register Baptisatorum ... in Missine Parochiali Crowwing et
Filialbus Proseme ... per me Francis Pierz [V.R. transcription]:
Joseph  2 mos.  26 Dec., 1958, Swan River
[father] Alexci Blee and [mother] Marie Roix
[godparents] Jospeh Bedlan and Angelique, wife
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip no. 37
issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 37, dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued
to Joseph Belon, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
38
Bellanger, Joseph (1815) [1870 U.S.]                           ·
Belanger, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #38]                              ·
U.S. Census, Becker County, 1870, family 54, born Wisconsin - 1/2
breed, laborer, illiterate - cannot read or write, male citizen
over age 21
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....", Halfbreed
Scrip No. 38
, issued February 2, 1877, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 38, dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued
to Joseph Belanger, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
listed with: Bellanger, Joseph (1853), born Minnesota - 1/2 breed,
laborer illiterate -cannot read or write
     Bellanger, John (1856), born Minnesota -1/2 breed, laborer
illiterate -cannot read or write
39
Bellanger, Joseph (1852) [1860 U.S.]                           ·
Bellanger, Joseph (1853) [1870 U.S.]                           ·
Bellanger, Joseph Jun. [R.L. Scrip #39]                        ·
U.S. Census, Itasca County, 1860, family 202/202, born Minnesota -
 mulatto
U.S. Census, Becker County, 1870, family 54, born Minnesota - 1/2
breed, laborer illiterate - cannot read or write [listed with
Bellanger, Joseph (1815)]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 39
, Schedule B., issued February 12, 1873, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered
February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 39, dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued
to Joseph Bellanger, Jr., delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
son of: Bellanger, John B. (1810) and , Angelic (1812)
40
Bonga, James (1841) [1860 U.S.]                                ·
Bonga, James [R.L. Scrip #40]                                  ·
Bonjer, James [R.L. Scrip #471]                                ·
U.S. Census, Cass County, 1860, family 199/199, born in Minnesota
- farm laborer - Black
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" [notation:
"H 79"], Halfbreed Scrip No. 471 issued May 9, 1877, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered May 9,
1877, notation: "see Bonga, James, No. 40"; also issued to James
Bonga as Halfbreed Scrip No. 40, H 79, Schedule B, issued February
12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12,
1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 40, dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued
to James Bonga, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
son of: Bonga, George (1800) and Bonga, Asiwinin (1814)
41
Brunette, Saquat [R.L. Scrip #41]                              ·
Brunette, Henry [48:7] [Powell 8/0028]                         ·
-,\',[ Zah quod [48:7] [Powell 8/0028]                         ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 41
issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873,
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 41, dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued
to Saquat Brunette, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
Powell Genealogies, family #48:7
[notation: "1/2"]
son of: Brunette, Joseph [48:4] and Way me tig o she quay,
Josette, aka BRUNETTE, Josette (1815)
husband of: Roy, Catherine
issue: "in Baptiste Roy family"
     Brunette, Mary [48:30a], aka Vivier, Mary [48:30a] (WE-1009)
     Brunette, Paul [48:30b] (WE-1010)
     Brunette, Philomen [48:30c] (WE-1091)
     Brunette, Margaret [48:30d] (WE-1012)
     Brunette, Madeline [48:30e] (WE-1013)
     Brunette, Peter [48:30f] (WE-1014)
     Brunette, Gabriel [48:30g] (WE-1016) [notation: "3/8"]
     Brunette, Josephine [48:30h] (WE-1020) [nottion: "3/8"]
     Brunette, Angeline [48:30i] (WE-1018)
     Brunette, Mary [48:30j] (WE-1008), married Villebrun, Mike
(WE-3040)
     Brunette, Joseph [48:34] (WE-1566)
42
Beaulieu, Charles H. (1840)                                    ·
Beaulieu, Charles H. [R.L. Scrip #42]                          ·
Beaulien, Chas. H. [R.L. Scrip #42]                            ·
[born in Wisconsin, occupation Merchant, estate $8,000; according
to Theo. H. Beaulieu of White Earth, Charles H. Beaulieu was a
Lieutenant, afterwards Captain, Co. G., 9th Regiment, Minnesota,
and "took an active part in assisting the State and government
during the Sioux uprising and the Civil War.]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed
Scrip No. 42 Sec. 43, Schedule B, issued February 12, 1873, under
the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered
February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 42
[checked], dated February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February
12, 1873, issued to Chas. H. Beaulien, delivered to Agent E.P.
Smith
son of: Beaulieu, Clement H. (1810) and Farling, Elizabeth (1817)
43
Beaulieu, Clement H. (1844) [1860 U.S.]                       ·B
Beaulieu, C.H. Jun. [R.L. Scrip #43 & 111]                     ·
Beaulieu, Clemment A. H. (1843) [1885]
Beaulieu, C.A.H. (1844) [1886]
Beaulieu, C.A.H. (1843) [1887]
Beaulieu, C.A.H. (1843-4) [1912]
Beaulieu, C.A.H. (1844) [1920]
Beaulieu, C.A.H. (1844-5) [1930]
Beaulieu, Rev. Clem "?" [Powell 10/0051]                       ·
Beaulieu, Clement [82:26e]
Beaulieu, Rev. Clement H. (abt.1844 - July 4, 1926) [Densmore]    ·
\,':) (abt.1844 - July 4, 1926) Ka'waþns [Densmore]               ·
Powell Genealogies, family #2:290
"Beaulieu, Clement Abraham H., born 22 Dec 1843, Fond du Lac,
Minnesota, baptized 29 Jun 1845, La Pointe, Wisconsin, son of Paul
H. Beaulieu and Maria Fairbanks.  He had several wives and many
children.  Some of his wives were Shah-wun-way-we-dum-oke,
Margaret Jourdain and O-bah-bah-cumig-oquay ... and Kah-nah-poonce
aka Eva (WE-47), born 1851, died Aug 1894 on the White Earth
Reservation, daughter of Wah-bo-jig and Mah-co-day."  [V.R.,
Broken Tooth Genealogy, #155]
U.S. Census, Crow Wing County, 1860:177/177  born: Minnesota
occupation: store keeper
Lake Superior Halfbreed Scrip: May 2, 1870 - Fair Play, Colo.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....", Halfbreed
Scrip No. 111 as Beaubien, C.A.H., issued February 12, 1873, under
the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered
February 12, 1873, notations: "H. 65, reports favorably"; also
Halfbreed Scrip No. 43 [notation: "Sec. r2, H 63], issued February
12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12,
1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 43, dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued
to C.H. Beaulien, Jr., delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
U.S. Census, Red Lake Diminished Reservation, 1900, family 1/1;
Chippewa Indian, born Dec. 1845; married 33 years; father Chippewa
born in Wisconsin; mother Chippewa born in Wisconsin; day laborer;
literate; speaks English; owns home without mortgage; farmer (farm
#1); 1/2 White blood; living in polygamy; not taxed; dwelling
fixed
Red Lake B.I.A. Enrollment, 1885:224 "Old Chief's Band"  1886:122;
1887:121; 1888: , 1889:129; 1899:118;  1907:120/124; 1912:82/83;
1920:113/123; 1930:62
[Frances Densmore, list of informants], Ka'waþns is "diminutive of
his fathr's name \,', Ka wa, which was the Chippewa
mispronunciation of Clement"
son of: Beaulieu, Paul H. (1819) and Beaulieu, Maria M.    
(1822)
husband of, #1: Fairbanks, Margaret (1846/9)
issue: Beaulieu, Elizabeth (1871)
     Beaulieu, Ellen (October, 1874/5)
     Beaulieu, William (November, 1876/1877)
     Beaulieu, Sarah (1879)
     Beaulieu, Arnold (1882)
     Beaulieu, Harriet (1884)
     Beaulieu, Frank (May, 1882)
     Beaulieu, Margaret (May, 1886)
     Beaulieu, Paul (October, 1889)
     Beaulieu, Lizzie (1892)
     Beaulieu, Jenny (1896)
husband of, #2: },',(':':>,/"\: (1851) Shah wun way way dum oke,
aka Beaulieu, Mary (1851)
issue: Beaulieu, George (1882)
     Beaulieu, Julia (1893)
     Beaulieu, Mary (1885)
     Beaulieu, Charles F. (1887)
     Beaulieu, James (1896)
husband of, #3: ^:>,',-:^"\':(1851 - August 1894) Nay tah wah se
no quay [5:46], aka \,^,<") (1851 - August 1894) Kah nah poonce
(WE-47), aka Whitefisher, Eva (1851 - August 1894) (WE-47); she
later maried McDonald, John (1844 - March, 1916) (WE-46)
issue: Beaulieu, Emma Maria (March 26, 1868) (WE-54) [V.R. #492+]
husband of, #4: Jourdain, Margaret
husband of, #5: "<,<,/;\"\': O-bah-bah-cumig-oquay, aka
"<,<,/,\,/;\"\ O bah bah mah cumig oke [2:290]
issue: ,\,(\'"- Ah gon gwos [2:528]
husband of, #6: Mindenhall, Annie [X1:5], and/or her twin
Mindenhall, Emma [X1:6], who both married both Fairbanks, and
Beaulieu, ; daughters of ,\:',{:\;(<,( Ah ke wah je gin bung and
},\,^,}:\': Shah gon aush equay [X1:1]; sisters of Kling, Lucy and
Taylor, James
[1930: living at Redlake, Beltrami County, Minnesota, listed as
"widowed head of household," blood quantum "1/4x"]
44
BEAUPRIE, Joseph (1779) [1850 U.S.]                            ·
Beaupre (Pembina Census)
Beaupre, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #44]                               ·
Beaupre (white) [B5:head] [Powell 8/0059]                      ·
[Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 8/26/1850, family
12/12], born Canada Br., occupation Cooper
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [checked]
Halfbreed Scrip No. 44 issued February 12, 1873, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered
February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 44, dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued
to Joseph Beaupre, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
Powell Genealogies, family #B5:head
husband of, #1: Beauprie, Josette (1781), born Pembina
issue: Beauprie, Joseph (1826), born Pembina, occupation Hunter
     Beauprie, Marie (1834), born Pembina
     Beauprie, Jacque (1832), born Pembina, occupation Hunter
     Beauprie, Marguritte (1839), born Pembina
husband of, #2: \,\:':\',^:<:\': Kah ge way gwon nay be quay
[13:11], daughter of ** and \':>"': Quay dow wee [13:1] [Powell
10/0130], who may be the same person as Cadotte, Susan
issue: Beauprie, Charles (1843) [16:37], born Pembina
     Beauprie, Joseph (1848) (WE-3188) [13:65], and/or Beaupre,
Joseph [B5:2] (WE-3188), born Pembina, son of Cadotte, Susan
     Beaupre, Jim [13:66]
     Beauprie, Paul (1849) (WE-3181) [13:68], and/or Beaupre, Paul
[B5:1] (WE-3181), born Pembina, son of Cadotte, Susan
     Beaupre, Susan [13:69]
     /,\,^, Mah cah nah [13:70], or Beaupre, Mah can nah [13:70]
45
Bottineau, Severe (abt.1814) [R.L. Scrip #45, VRA #13]                ·
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #13]  He is listed in the
1850 Minnesota Territorial Census as age 36, born in British
Possession.  He was in Wahnahta County, Minnesota.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
45
, issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
son of: Bottineau, Charles [VRA] and Ah-dick-Songab, Margaret [VRA]
husband of: Chenvert, Julia
issue: Bottineau, Alfred [VRA #96]
     daughter, who married a Meachem
     Bottineau, Henry [VRA #98]
     Bottineau, Louis [VRA #99]
     Bottineau, Steve [VRA #100]
     Bottineau, Blanch [VRA #101]
     Bottineau, Louise [VRA #102]
     daughter
46
Beauchamp, Felix [R.L. Scrip #46]                              ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 46
[notation: "B"], issued February 12, 1873, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered
February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 46
[checked], dated February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February
12, 1873, issued to Felix Beauchamp, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith

Belcour, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #47]                              ·
':\:/,':\':^,;: Way ge mah we quo nah yay [19:  ] [Powell
10/0131]                                                       ·
Bellecourt, Antoine [19:  ] (2397) [Powell 10/0131]            ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [notation:
"H 62"] Halfbreed Scrip No. 47 issued February 12, 1873, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered
February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 47
[checked], dated February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February
12, 1873, issued to Antoine Belcour, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
Powell Genealogies, Family #19:__
son of: "/,(>,\':^:^: O mahn dah gwe ne ne [B8:1], aka O mahn dah
gwe ne nee, Buddice [B8:1] and **
husband of: },\,^,}:\': Sha gon aush equay [13:59]
issue: Bellecourt, Francis [13:225] (O-2399)
     Bellecourt, Esther [13:226], or Bunker, Esther [13:226] (O-
2400)
     Bellecourt, Sophia [13:227] (O-2401)
     Bellecourt, Joseph [13:228] (O-2404 X)
     Bellecourt, Charlotte [13:229], or Beaulieu, Charlotte
[13:229] (O-2386)
     ^:-:[ Ne said [13:230], or Bellecourt, Lizette [13:230] (O-
2392)
47
Belcour, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #47]   
':\:/,':\':^,;: Way ge mah we quo nah yay [19:  ] [Powell 10/0131]   
Bellecourt, Antoine [19:  ] (2397) [Powell 10/0131]   
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [notation: "H 62"] Halfbreed Scrip No. 47 issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 47 [checked], dated February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to Antoine Belcour, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
Powell Genealogies, Family #19:__
son of: "/,(>,\':^:^: O mahn dah gwe ne ne [B8:1], aka O mahn dah gwe ne nee, Buddice [B8:1] and **
husband of: },\,^,}:\': Sha gon aush equay [13:59]
issue: Bellecourt, Francis [13:225] (O-2399)
    Bellecourt, Esther [13:226], or Bunker, Esther [13:226] (O-2400)
    Bellecourt, Sophia [13:227] (O-2401)
    Bellecourt, Joseph [13:228] (O-2404 X)
    Bellecourt, Charlotte [13:229], or Beaulieu, Charlotte [13:229] (O-2386)
    ^:-:[ Ne said [13:230], or Bellecourt, Lizette [13:230] (O-2392)
48
Cologne, Francois [R.L. Scrip #48]                             ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 48 [checked] issued February 12, 1873, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered
February 12, 1873 [notation: "Patented May 21, 1881"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 48, dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued
to Francois Cologne, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
49
Charette, Baptiste (1810) [1850 U.S.]                          ·
Charette, Baptiste [Lake Superior Scrip]
Charette, John Bte. [R.L. Scrip #49]                           ·
Charette, John [R.L. Scrip #185]                               ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, family 33/33
and family 72/72: born Pembina, Hunter
Lake Superior Halfbreed Scrip; April XX, 1866 - Humboldt, Cal.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 49 [checked] issued February 12, 1873, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered
February 12, 1873 [notation: "approved conditionally H.15"],
Halfbreed Scrip No. 185 issued July 7, 1873, under the authority
of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 49, dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued
to John Bte. Charette, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
husband of: Charette, Angelic (181l), born Red River Br.
issue: Charette, Alexander (1840), born Red River Br.
     Charette, Baptiste (1843), born Red River Br.
     Charette, Marguritte (1845), born Pembina
     Charette, Mary Ann (1848), born Red River Br.
     Charette, Moyese (1845), born Red River Br.
50
Cloutier, Antoine (1829) [1850 U.S.]                           ·
Clothier, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #50]                             ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, family 19/19,
born Red River Br., occupation Laborer
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 50 issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 50
[checked], dated February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February
12, 1873, issued to Antoine Clouthier, delivered to Agent E.P.
Smith
son of: Cloutier, J. Baptiste (1800) and , Josette (1801)
51
JOURDAIN, Joseph (1824) [1850 U.S.]                           ·J
Jourdain, Joseph [1864, 1866]
Jourdin, Joseph (1817) [1870 U.S.]                             ·
Jourdain, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #51]                              ·
Jourdan, Joseph (1819) [1880 U.S.]
Jourdain, Joseph (1819-20) [1889, 1899]
Jordan, Joseph (1819) [1889 Agreement]
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850:157/157  born:
Red River Br.  occupation: Voyageur
U.S. Census, Beltrami County, 1870, family: 19/19, Minnesota - 1/2
breed, laborer  father of foreign birth, illiterate - cannot read
or write, male citizen over age 21
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 51 [checked, notation "40 yr"] issued February 12, 1873,
under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872,
delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 51
[checked], dated February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February
12, 1873, issued to Joseph Jourdain, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
U.S. Census, Becker County, - White Earth Agency, June
1880:102/117  race: Indian, male  occupation: com. laborer  check
mark "unemployed during the Census year"  illiterate, cannot read
or write  born: Minnesota  father born: Canada  mother born:
Minnesota
Red Lake Annuity Roll, Ay sin e woub's Band - 1864:281
                      1 man, 2 women, 2 boys, 2 girls, $ 63 paid
1865:**
1866:181              1 man,            3 children,    $ 32 paid
Red Lake B.I.A. Enrollment, 1889:1134, 1899:271
[1850: husband of: Jourdain, Susanna (1829) born: Red River Br.
[1880: husband of: Jourdan, Susan (1843)  race: Indian, female
 occupation: keeping house  illiterate, cannot read or write
born: Minnesota  father born: Minnesota  mother born: Minnesota
[1889: husband of: /,\") (1833-4) Maw kaince [1889]
[1850: father of: Jourdain, Susanna (1845) born: Red Lake
     Jourdain, Caroline (1847) +
     Jourdain, Allen (1848) +
     Jourdain, Isabella (1849) +
[Pierz baptismal records: father of: Jordain, Margrete (1838)
     Jordan, Pierre (1852)
     Jordan, Maria (1855)
     Jordain, Josepha (1858)
     Jordain, Robertus (----)
[1870: Jourdin, Nancy (1858)
[1880: father of: Jourdan, Joseph (1872)  race: Indian, male
born: Minnesota  father born: Minnesota  mother born: Minnesota
     Jourdan, Joseph Bt. (1877) +
     Jourdan, Alexis (1879)  race: Indian, male  born: Minnesota
father born: Minnesota  mother born: Minnesota
[1880: household includes: Superior, Frank (1863)  race: Indian,
male  relationship: "step son"  occupation: com laborer  check
mark "unemployed during the Census year"  born: Minnesota  father
born: Minnesota  mother born: Minnesota
[1889: father of: \,\:\:,^,( (1872-3) Kah ke gay ah nung [1889]
[1889:87 "x" 1889 Agreement, Joseph Jordan, age 69]
husband of: Taylor, Sarah [T1:3]
issue: Howe, Mrs. Josette [T1:9], who married Warren, Truman A.
[notation: issue "in Warren family"]
     Jordan, Allen [T1:10]
     Jordan, Elizabeth [T1:11]
     Jordan, Peter [T1:12]
52
FLEMMEAU, Joseph (1837) [1870 U.S.]                            ·
Flammand, Joseph [98:1] (WE-3096) [Powell 8/0026]              ·
Flament, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #52]                               ·
Flamand, Joseph (1837) [1885, 1887-8]                      ·P192
Flamment, Joseph (1838) [1886]                            ·P192a
Flamand, Joseph Sr. (1837) [1889]                         ·P192d
U.S. Census, Becker County, 1870, family #61/61, born in British
North America - 1/2 breed,  both parents of foreign birth,
illiterate - cannot read or write
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 52 [checked] issued February 12, 1873, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered
February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 52, dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued
to Joseph Flament, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
Pembina White Earth B.I.A. Enrollment, 1885:192 "Way ke che ke
shig's Band"; 1886:171; 1887:99; 1887:98; 1889:70 "Shay shay way
ge shig's Band"
1889 Agreement, Pembina - White Earth, #55: Jos. Flamand, Sr., ,
age 52
Powell Genealogies, Family #98:head
brother of: Flamand, Thomas [98:10] (WE-3105)
husband of: Lafond, Margaret, aka Flemmeau, Margaret (1839), aka
Flamand, Margeret (1837), born in British North America - 1/2
breed  both parents of foreign birth, illiterate - cannot read or
write [Powell 8/0026, notation: "1/2"]
issue: Flammand, Leonora [98:2], aka Perault, Mrs. Romain [98:2]
(WE-3097), aka Flemmeau, Lenna (1864)
     Flemmeau, Louisa (1867)
     Flemmeau, Joseph (1870), aka Flammand, Joseph Jr. [98:3] (WE-
3098)
     Flammand, Madeline [98:4], aka Jourdain, Mrs. Joe [98:4] (WE-
3099)
[1870: also listed: La Fond, Mary, seamstress]
53
Delonais, Xavier [R.L. Scrip #53]                              ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 53 issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 53
[checked], dated February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February
12, 1873, issued to Xavier Delonais, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
54
Delonais, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #54]                              ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 54 issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 54
[checked]; dated February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February
12, 1873, issued to Joseph Delonias, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
55
Delonais, Baptiste [R.L. Scrip #55]                            ·
Delonais, Baptiste [R.L. Scrip #354/heir]                      ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 55 issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873,
and Halfbreed Scrip No. 354 issued to Baptiste Delonais, "heir of
Michael" April 21, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, April 18, 1874, delivered April 21, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 55
[checked], dated February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February
12, 1873, issued to Baptiste Delonais, delivered to Agent E.P.
Smith
56
Desjarlais, Fr's. [1849 Petition]                              ·
Dejarlais, Francois (1831) [1850 U.S.]                        ·D
Dezalle, Francois
Dejarlais, Francis [1868]
Degelect, Francisgus [1863, Pierz]
Desjarlais, Francois [R.L. Scrip #56]                          ·
Desjarlais, Francois, Sr. [R.L. Scrip #300]                    ·
-,-': (1841-2) Zaus way [1889]                       ·Desjarlait
Desjarlait, Francis (1841-2) [1899]
Desjarlait, Francois (1842) [1907-8, 1912)
1849 Territorial Signatures: Fr's. Desjarlais
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850:5/5  born: Red
River Br.  occupation: hunter 
Pembina Annuity Roll, Mis ko muck wah's Band, 1864:109
                    - 2 men, 2 women, 2 boys, 2 girls  $ 56 paid
Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:218
                    - 1 man, 4 women,   1 child        $ 18 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 56 issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873;
and Halfbreed Scrip No. 300 issued January 19, 1874, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered
January 19, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 56
[checked], dated February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February
12, 1873, issued to Francois Desjarlais, delivered to Agent E.P.
Smith
Red Lake B.I.A. Enrollment, 1899:26, 1899:274, 1907:294, 1908:293,
1912:230/240
son of: Dejarlais, Antoine (1796) and Dejarlais, Susanna (1798)
[1863: husband of: Demare, Marie (before 1848)
[1863: father of: Degelect, Josette (1863)
[1889: father of: Desjarlait, Solomon (1888-9)
57
Day, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #57]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 57
[checked], dated February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February
12, 1873, issued to Joseph Day, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
58
Doffinais,  Michel (1772) [1850 U.S.]                                ·
Dauphinais, Michel [R.L. Scrip #58]                                  ·
Dauphinais, Michael [R.L. Scrip #352]                                ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 107/107, born Upper
Canada Br., [White] Farmer
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 58
issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873; and Halfbreed Scrip No. 352
issued to Michael Dauphinais as the "heir of Maxim" April 21, 1874,
under the authority of Secretarial Decision, April 18, 1874, delivered
April 21, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 58 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Michael Dauphinais, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
issue: Doffinais, Baptiste (1828), born Red River Br., Hunter
     Doffinais, Delciede (1835), born Red River Br.
     Doffinais, Susanna (1838), born Red River Br.
     Doffinais, Catherine (1840), born Red River Br.
     Doffinais, Caroline (1845), born Red River Br.
59
Frederick, Langie [R.L. Scrip #59]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 59
issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 59 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Langie Fredericks, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
60
Gaubin, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #60]                                     ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 60
issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 60 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Antoine Gaubin, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
61
Gregory, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #61]                                     ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 61
issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 61 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Joseph Gregory, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
62
Geneaux, Quebesausick [R.L. Scrip #62]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 62
issued [notation: "H 66"] February 12, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 62 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, dated February 12, 1873, issued to
Quebesausick Geneaux, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
63
JOURDAIN, Pierre [Peter] (1819) [1850 U.S.]                         ·J
Jourdain, Pierre [*1865]
JOURDIN, Pierre (1810) [1870 U.S.]                                   ·
Jourdain, Pierrish [1867a]
, Perish [1867b]
Jourdain, Pierre [R.L. Scrip #63]                                    ·
Jordan, Periesh (1821) [1885]
Jordan, Perrish (1813) [1886]
Jordan, Perish (1812) [1887]
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850:158/158  born: Red
River Br.  occupation: Voyageur
U.S. Census, Beltrami County, 1870, family: 7/7, born Minnesota - 1/2
breed,  laborer,  father of foreign birth,  illiterate - cannot read or
write, male citizen over age 21,  estate $100
Red Lake Annuity Roll, Mons o mo's Band - 1865:126
                            1 man, 2 women,   3 children,    $ 45 paid
Red Lake Annuity Roll, Nah gaun e gwon aib's Band - 1867a:402
 -                          1 man,            1 child        $ 17 paid
En e me keense's Band - 1867b:487
 -                          1 man, 1 woman,   1 child,       $ 24 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip #63,
issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872, delivered February 12th, 1873 [notation: "H 69"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 63 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Pierre Jourdain, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
Red Lake B.I.A. Enrollment, 1885:979 "Nay ay tow ub's Band"  1886:424;
1887:574; 1888:
husband of, #1: Jourdain, Josette (1820)
issue: Jourdain, Bozil (1840) +
     Jourdain, Francois (1842) +
     Jourdin, Margaret (1844)
     Jourdin, Alexander (1858)
husband of, #2: \:>':>,<:\ (1825) Gay dway dah beak [1885]
64
Jourdain, Bozil (1840) [1850 U.S.]                                  ·J
Jourdain, Bazil [1864-5]
Jourdain, Bazil 2d [R.L. Scrip #64]
Jordan, Bazile (1835) [1885]
Jordan, Bazile (1841) [1886]
Jordan, Bazile (1840) [1887]
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850:158/158  born: Red
Lake 
Red Lake Annuity Roll, Mons o mo's Band - 1864:164
                            1 man, 1 woman, 1 boy,           $ 27 paid
Red Lake Annuity Roll, Nah gaun e gwon aib's Band - 1865:319
-                           1 man, 1 woman,   1 child,       $ 22.50pd
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip #64 issued
February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12,
1872, delivered February 12th, 1873 [notation: "H 68"] [notation:
"Patented May 21, 1881"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 64 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Bazil Jourdain 2nd, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
Red Lake B.I.A. Enrollment, 1885:1041 "Praying Day's Band"  1886:726;
1887:778; 1888:
son of: Jourdain, Pierre (1819) and Jourdain, Josette (1820)
husband of: \:{:':/,^:;^;^: (1840) Ke che we mah nay in ne ne [\:{:/,\;[
Ke che mah geed, according to R.J. 6/2/92]
issue: Jordan, Catherine (1870)
     Jordan, Alex (1874)
     Jordan, Joseph (1881)
65
Jourdain, Francois (1842) [1850 U.S.]                               ·J
Jourdan, Francois (1852) [1860 U.S.]                                 ·
Jourdain, Francis [1864]
Jourdain, Francis [R.L. Scrip #65]                                   ·
Jordan, Frank (1845) [1885-6]
Jordan, Frank (1844) [1887]
Jourdan, Frank  (1844-5) [1889]
Jordon, Francis (1844-5) [1889 Agreement]
Jourdain, Frank (1844-5) [1899, 1908, 1912]
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850:158/158  born: Red
Lake 
U.S. Census, Crow Wing County, 1860, (listed under #23, Allen Morrison,
postmaster), born Minnesota
Red Lake Annuity Roll, Mons o mo's Band - 1864:165
                            1 man, 1 woman, 1 boy,           $ 27 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip #65 issued
February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12,
1872, delivered February 12th, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 65 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Francis Jourdain, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
Red Lake B.I.A. Enrollment, 1885:977 "Nay ay tow ub's Band"  1886:431;
1887:581; 1888: , 1889:638, 1899:759, 1908:755, 1912:442/479
[1880:172, 1889 Agreement: "x" Francis Jordon, age 44]
son of: Jourdain, Pierre (1819) and Jourdain, Josette (1820)
husband of: ^:>,/:-, (1860) Nay tum e zow [1885]
issue: Jourdain, James (1892) [1889]
66
La Sarte, Raphael [R.L. Scrip #66]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 66
issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 66 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Raphael La Sarte, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
67
La Fonde, Benjamin [R.L. Scrip #73]                                  ·
La Font, Benjamin [R.L. Scrip #67]                                   ·
Lafond, Ben (1822) [*1886]                                    ·P152.9a
Lafond, Benjamin (1821) [1887]                                ·P152.9b
Lafond, Benj. (1821) [1888]                                   ·P152.9c
La Fond, Benjamin (1821) [1889]                               ·P152.9d
La Fond, Benjamin (White) [L5:1] [Powell 10/0087]                    ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 73
issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873; and Halfbreed Scrip No. 67
issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 67 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Benjamin La Font, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
Pembina White Earth B.I.A. Enrollment, 1886:224; 1887:164; 1888:159;
1889:133 "Shay shay way ge shig's Band"
1889 Agreement, Pembina White Earth #30: Benj. La Fond, age 68
Powell Genealogies, Family #L5:1
husband of, #1: Saice, Margaret [Powell 8/0059]
father of: Lafond, Geo (1868) [1886]
     LaFond, Victoria (1870) (WE-3175) [L5:2] [1886]
     LaFond, Joseph [L5:3] (WE-3301)
     LaFond, Delia [L5:4] (WE-3302)
     Latourelle, Lizzie [L5:5] (WE-3303)
husband of, #2: /:},\:,}:\': May zhuck ke aush equay [6:55]
issue: ^,<,( Nah bun [6:162], or LaFond, Ellen [6:162] (O-1795)
[notation: "1/2"]
     ,\"(\';- Ah gong gwis [6:163] (O-1796)
[1889: listed alone
68
La Rose, Frank [R.L. Scrip #68]                                      ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 68
issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872, delivered February 12th, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 68 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Frank La Rose, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
69
Lawrence, Thomas (1843) [1850 U.S.]                                  ·
Lawrence, Thomas [R.L. Scrip #69]                                    ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 70/70, born Red
River Br.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 69
issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 69 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Thomas Lawerence, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
son of: Lawrence, J. Baptiste (1785) and , Marguritte (1800)
70
Laboubarbe, Baptiste [R.L. Scrip #70]                                ·
Labonbarbe, Baptiste [R.L. Scrip #70]                                ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 70
issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 70 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Baptiste Labonbarbe, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
71
Le Noir, Battise [*1866]                                       ·P25.1b
Le Nair, Batiste [1867]                                        ·P25.1c
Lenoir, Baptiste [R.L. Scrip #71]                                    ·
Pembina Annuity Roll, Little Shell's Band, 1866:2/38 -
                            2 men, 2 women,   6 children     $ 25 paid
1867:174 -                  2 men, 2 women,   6 children     $ 40 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 71
issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873 [notation: "Patented May 21,
1881"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 71 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Baptiste Lenoir, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
72
Lawrence, Baptiste (1841) [1850 U.S.]                                ·
Lawrence, Baptiste (1840) [1870 U.S.]                                ·
Lawrence, Baptiste [R.L. Scrip #72]
Laurence, Baptiste [R.L. Scrip #72]                                  ·
Lawrence, Baptiste (1842)?                                        ·982
Lawrence, Baptiste (1845) [1886-7]                               ·982a
Lawrance, John Bapt. (1845) [1889 "Agreement"]                       ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 70/70, born Red
River Br.
U.S. Census, Beltrami County, 1870, family: 3/3, born British North
America - 1/2 breed  both parents of foreign birth, illiterate - cannot
read or write, adult male citizen denied the right to vote: "not applied
for paper"
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 72
[notation: "H 70"] issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 72 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Baptiste Laurence, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
Red Lake B.I.A. Enrollment, 1885:982 "Nay ay tow ub's Band"  1886:433;
1887:583; 1888:
1889 Agreement, Red Lake #181: John Bapt. Lawrance, age 44
son of: Lawrence, J. Baptiste (1785) and , Marguritte (1800)
husband of, #1: Lawrence, Josette (1838)
issue: Lawrence, Margaret (1863)
     Lawrence, Susette (1865)
     Larence, Angeline (1866)
     Lawrence, Josette (1867)
     Lawrence, Basile (1868)
     Lawrence, Isabel (1869)
     Lawrence, Nisette (1871)
     Lawrence, Genevieve (1873)
husband of, #2: Swan, Susan, aka Medwens, Susanna aka /:>':\,/;\"\ May-
dway-cumig-oke
issue: John Lawrence (August 4, 1901 - February 26, 1973)
[1887: grandfather of: Child born no name (1887) [1887)
73
La Fonde, Benjamin [R.L. Scrip #73]                                  ·
La Font, Benjamin [R.L. Scrip #67]                                   ·
Lafond, Ben (1822) [*1886]                                    ·P152.9a
Lafond, Benjamin (1821) [1887]                                ·P152.9b
Lafond, Benj. (1821) [1888]                                   ·P152.9c
La Fond, Benjamin (1821) [1889]                               ·P152.9d
La Fond, Benjamin (White) [L5:1] [Powell 10/0087]                    ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 73
issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873; and Halfbreed Scrip No. 67
issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 67 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Benjamin La Font, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
Pembina White Earth B.I.A. Enrollment, 1886:224; 1887:164; 1888:159;
1889:133 "Shay shay way ge shig's Band"
1889 Agreement, Pembina White Earth #30: Benj. La Fond, age 68
Powell Genealogies, Family #L5:1
husband of, #1: Saice, Margaret [Powell 8/0059]
father of: Lafond, Geo (1868) [1886]
     LaFond, Victoria (1870) (WE-3175) [L5:2] [1886]
     LaFond, Joseph [L5:3] (WE-3301)
     LaFond, Delia [L5:4] (WE-3302)
     Latourelle, Lizzie [L5:5] (WE-3303)
husband of, #2: /:},\:,}:\': May zhuck ke aush equay [6:55]
issue: ^,<,( Nah bun [6:162], or LaFond, Ellen [6:162] (O-1795)
[notation: "1/2"]
     ,\"(\';- Ah gong gwis [6:163] (O-1796)
[1889: listed alone
74
Montreau, Joseph (1824) [1850 U.S.]                                  ·
Montreuil, Joseph (abt.1824) (WE-3308) [notation: "1/2"] [Powell 8/0036]·
Montreil, Joseph Jr. [R.L. Scrip #74]                                ·
Montriel, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #74]                                    ·
[Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 79/79], born Red
River Br., occupation Hunter
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #15], he signed the Pembina
Treaty of 1863]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 74
[notation: "H 61"] issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 74 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Joseph Montriel, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
son of: Montreau [Montreille], Joseph (1808) and Montreau, Isabella
(1817)
[Powell 8/0036] husband of, #1: Montreille, Eliza [S1:3c] (WE-3309)
[notation: "1/2"], daughter of Parisian, Francois [notation: and Saice,
Annie (abt.1842) (WE-3061) [S1:3] "1/2"]
issue: Montreuil, Francois (WE-3310) [notation: "1/2"]
     Montreuil, Mary (WE-3311) [notation: "1/2"]
     Montreuil, Joseph (WE-3312) [notation: "1/2"]
husband of, #2: Descoteau, Marguerite, aka Dakotah, Margaret, married in
1855 at Pembina
issue: Montreuille, Julia (abt.1856) [VRA #104]
     Montreuille, Francis (April 12, 1871) [VRA #105]
75
Montreau [Montreille], Joseph (1808) [1850 U.S.]                     ·
Montreuil, Joseph [1863 "Treaty"]                              ·P108.2
Montrille, Joseph [*1868]                                     ·P108.2d
Montreil, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #75]                                    ·
Montreil, Joseph Sav. [R.L. Scrip #314/heir]                         ·
[Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 79/79], born
Pembina, occupation Hunter
[North Dakota Historical Society Collections V. I, p. 375], he was a
"Halfbreed mail carrier employed by Kittson in 1856" [after VRA #1]
October 2, 1863, "Old Crossing Treaty," "his x mark, Joseph Montreuil,
Warrior of Pembina" #11
Pembina Annuity Roll, Mis co muh quah's Band, 1868:92
                          - 1 man, 1 woman,   4 children     $ 24 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 75
[checked] issued February 12,1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873; and Halfbreed
Scrip No. 314 issued January 19, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874, to
Joseph Montreil, "heir of Alexander"]
husband of: Montreau, Isabella (1817), born Red River Br.
father of: Montreuille, Alexis (abt.1832) [VRA #17]
     Montreuille, Joseph (abt.1824), aka Montreau, Joseph (1824), born Red
River Br., occupation Hunter [VRA #15]
     Montreuille, Isabella (abt.1825), aka Montreau, Isabella (1825), born
Pembina [VRA #16]
     Montreuille, Alexis (abt.1928), aka Montreau, Alexis (1829), born
Pembina, [occupation Hunter], Annuity Payment Rolls, Pembina, 1867:
Alexis Montraille, 1 man, 2 women, 3 children, Miscomaquah's band
     Montreuille, John Baptiste (abt.1832), aka Montreau, John Baptiste
(Toto) (1832), born Red River Br., [occupation Hunter] [VRA #18]
     Montreuille, Marguritte (abt.1834), aka Montreau, Marguritte (1834),
born Pembina, Fond du Lac [VRA #19] Allotment: Margaret Martreille
     Montreuille, Marie (abt.20) [VRA #20], aka Montreau, Mary (1835), born
Pembina
     Montreuille, Madeline (abt.1838), aka Montreau, Madelane (1838), born
Pembina [VRA #21]
     Montreuille, Francois (abt.1840), aka Montreau, Francois (1840), born
Pembina [VRA #22]
     Montreau, Alenor (1842), born Pembina
     Montreuille, Frances (abt.1844), aka Montreau, Frances (1844), born
Pembina [VRA #23]
     Montreuille, Delia (abt.1845) [VRA #24]

Montreau, Alexis (1829) [1850 U.S.]                                  ·
Montraille, Alexis [*1867]                                    ·P108.1c
Montreille, Alexis [1868]                                     ·P108.1d
Montreil, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #314/estate]                            ·
Montriel, Alexcis [R.L. Scrip #75]                                   ·
Montreiulle, Alexis (abt.1823) (Turtle Mountain Allotment #240) [VRA
#17]                                                                 ·
[Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 79/79], born
Pembina, [occupation Hunter]
Pembina Annuity Roll, Mis co muh quoh's Band, 1867:24
                          - 1 man, 2 women,   3 children     $ 24 paid
1868:94                   - 1 man, 1 woman,   5 children     $ 28 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 314
issued to Montreil, Joseph Sav., January 19, 1874, under the authority
of Secretarial Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874,
as "heir of Alexander"
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 75 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Alexcis Montriel, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #17], Alex and Margaret
Montreuille were living in Pembina, North Dakota, in 1869.
son of: Montreau [Montreille], Joseph (1808) and Bottineau, Isabella
(1817)
husband of: Adanis, Margaret Delia (abt.1841), aka Adams, Margaret (abt.1841),
daughter of ',\,/,^, Wa-kam-ma-na and ,<;->;^, A-pis-tin-nah.  Margaret
Adanis was a Sioux Indian. [VRA #17s]
issue: Montreuille, Francois (abt.1861) [VRA #106]
     Montreuille, Josette (abt.1861) [VRA #107]
     Montreuille, Josephine (abt.1875) [VRA #108]
     Montreuille, Christine (abt.1878) [VRA #109]
76
Bellehemur, Antoine - Chief Nephew [*1865]                    ·P177.2a
Bellehimeur, Michael [*1866-7]                                ·P177.3b
Bellhemeur, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #381]                                ·
Monette, Antoine [Scrip/note]                                        ·
Mounet, Michael [R.L. Scrip #76]                                     ·
Mounet, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #202]                                    ·
Pembina Annuity Roll, Ais ance's Band, 1865:64
                          - 1 man, 1 woman,   1 child        $ 15 paid
Little Shell's Band, 1866:3/9
                          - 1 man, 1 woman,   8 children     $ 25 paid
1867:189                  - 1 man, 1 woman,   8 children     $ 40 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 381,
Schedule B issued May 5, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered May 5, 1874 [notation: "same as
Monette, A., see B. Bot. Half"]; Halfbreed Scrip No. 76 issued February
12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872,
delivered February 12, 1873; and Halfbreed Scrip No. 202 [checked]
[notation: "same as Ant. Bellhemeur, see B. 136 & L 117] issued July 7,
1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872,
delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 76 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Michael Mounet, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith; Number 202 [checked[,
dated July 7th, 1873, 160 Acres, issued to Antoine Mounet, delivered to
Agent E. Douglas

Monette, Antoine [Scrip/note]                                        ·
Mounet, Michael [R.L. Scrip #76]                                     ·
Mounet, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #202]                                    ·
Pembina Annuity Roll, Ais ance's Band, 1865:64
                          - 1 man, 1 woman,   1 child        $ 15 paid
Little Shell's Band, 1866:3/9
                          - 1 man, 1 woman,   8 children     $ 25 paid
1867:189                  - 1 man, 1 woman,   8 children     $ 40 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 381,
Schedule B issued May 5, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered May 5, 1874 [notation: "same as
Monette, A., see B. Bot. Half"]; Halfbreed Scrip No. 76 issued February
12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872,
delivered February 12, 1873; and Halfbreed Scrip No. 202 [checked]
[notation: "same as Ant. Bellhemeur, see B. 136 & L 117] issued July 7,
1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872,
delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 76 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Michael Mounet, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
77
Meadey, John [R.L. Scrip #77]                                        ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 77
[checked] issued Jebruary 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 77 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
John Meadey, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
78
Moshkoas, John [R.L. Scrip #78]                                      ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 78
[checked] issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 78 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
John Moshkoas, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
79
Major, John [R.L. Scrip #79]                                         ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 79
[checked] issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 79 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
John Major, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
80
Monzinie, Bazil [R.L. Scrip #80]                                     ·
Mouzinie, Bazil [R.L. Scrip #80]                                     ·
Mozonie, Basil (1840) [1885]                                      ·P95
Mozonie, Bazil (1851) [1886]                                     ·P95a
Monzonee, Bazil (1850) [1887-8]                                  ·P95b
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 80
issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873 [notation: "Bazil Monzine.
See to J. Johnson,  Nov. 11, 1887.  L B 167.p"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 80 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Bazil Mouzinie, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
Pembina White Earth B.I.A. Enrollment, 1885:95 "Way ke che ke shig's
Band"; 1886:75' 1887:220; 1888:221
husband of: Mozonie, Lizzie (1850)
issue: Mozonie, Tomah (1879)
     \':':-:) (1881) Que we sance
     \':-:) (1883) Quay zance
     Monzonee, Alfred (1886) [1887]
81
Vilbrum, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #81]                                    ·
Villebrun, Antoine (1802) [1885, 1887-9]                         ·P123
Villebrun, Antoine (1803) [[1886]                               ·P123a
Villebrum, Antoine [99:head] [Powell 8/0032]                         ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 81
issued February 12, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872; delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 81 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Antoine Vilbrum, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
Pembina White Earth B.I.A. Enrollment, 1885:123 "Way ke che ke shig's
Band"; 1886:16; 1887:69; 1888:67; 1889:59 "Shay shay way ge shig's Band"
Powell Genealogies, Family #99:head
[notation: "half"]
husband of: La Tourelle, Archange (1808 - 1888), aka Villebrun, Archange
(1808 - 1888)
[1889: listed alone]
issue: Perrault, Madeline [99:1] (WE-3048)
     Saice, Catherine [99:2] (WE-3074)
     Villebrun, Cuthbert [99:3] (WE-3087)
     Villebrun, Paul [99:4] (WE-3099)
     Villebrun, Peter [99:5] (WE-3089)
     Villebrun, Mike [99:6] (WE-3090)
     Villebrun, Baptiste [99:7] (WE-3129)
82
Agasadeba, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #82]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" [checkmark], Halfbreed
Scrip No. 82, issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of the
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 82 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Joseph Agasadeba, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
83
Atkinson, George [R.L. Scrip #83]                                    ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" [checkmark], Halbreed
Scrip No. 83, issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 83 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
George Atkinson, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
84
Hamlin, Louis (1839) [*1886]                                  ·P152.6a
Hamlin, Louis (1838) [1887]                                   ·P152.6b
Hamlin, Louis (1838) [1888-9]                                 ·P152.6c
Hamlin, Louis (abt.1838) [H2:2] (WE-3179) [Powell 8/0058]               ·
Amlin, Louis (Jr.) [R.L. Scrip #84]                                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, Red Lake and Pembina Halfbreed
Scrip No. 84, issued February 18, 1873, Authority: Secretarial Decision
June 12th, 1872, Delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 84 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Louis Amlin, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
Pembina White Earth B.I.A. Enrollment, 1886:228; 1887:171; 1888:166;
1889:139 "Shay shay way ge shig's Band"
1889 Agreement, Pembina - White Earth, #34: Louis Hamlin, age 51
Powell Genealogies, family #H2:2
son of: Hamlin, Louis [H2:head] and Beaupre, Cecil
husband of, #1: ___
father of: Hamlin, Delina (1878) [1886]
husband of, #2: Brunette, Angeline [notation: "mother of Fox, Geo."]
issue: Hamlin, Sarah [H2:13] (WE-274)
     Hamlin, Joseph [H2:14] (WE-273)
     Hamlin, Nels [12:14a]
     Hamlin, Delia [H2:14b]
husband of, #3: LaRoque, Mary
issue: Hamlin, Narcisse [H2:15] (WE-3260)
     Hamlin, Peter [H2:16] (WE-3297)
[1888: listed with: Mason, Fransois (1802) [1887-8]
     Hamlin, Isadore (1832) [1888]
     Demarais, Victoria (1839) [1887-8]
[1889: listed with his daughter
85
Hamlin, Louis [H2:head] [Powell 8/0058]                              ·
Amlin, Louis Sen. [R.L. Scrip #85]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, Red Lake and Pembina Halfbreed
Scrip No. 85, issued February 12, 1873, on Authority of Secretarian
Decision, June 12th, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" [notation: "for
Augustin
"], Halfbreed Scrip No. 60, issued February 12, 1873, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12,
1873
Powell Genealogies, family #H2:head
husband of: Beaupre, Cecil
issue: Hamlin, Isadore [H2:1] (WE-3078)
     Hamlin, Louis [H2:2] (WE-3179)
     Demarais, Victoria [H2:3] (WE-3180) [notation: "perhaps half
sister"]
86

87
Morin, Joseph Jr. [R.L. Scrip #87]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 87
issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 87 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Joseph Morin, Jr., delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
88
Picard, Paul Sr. [R.L. Scrip #88]                                    ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 88
issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 88 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Paul Picard, Sr., delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
89
Niddeau, Joseph (1818) [1860 U.S.]
Nedeau, Joseph (1827) [1870 U.S.]                                    ·
Ne Deau, Joseph Jr. [R.L. Scrip #89]                                 ·
Ne Dean, Joseph Jr. [R.L. Scrip #89]                                 ·
Neddeau, Joe. (1825) [1885]
Neddeau, Joseph (1819) [1886]                                       ·N
Neddow, Joseph (1818) [1887]
Naddou, Joseph (1818-19) [1889]
Nawdue, Joseph (1819) [1889 "Agreement"]
Nadeau, Joseph (1818-19) [1899, 1907-8]
Nedeau, Joseph (abt.1930) [VRA #19s]                                    ·
Nedeau, Joseph (1829-30) [1912]                                      ·
Neadeau, Joseph (1830) [1920]
United States Census, Becker County, 1860:718/712
U.S. Census, Beltrami County, 1870, family: 6/6, born British North
America - 1/2 breed,  laborer, father of foreign birth, illiterate -
cannot read or write, male citizen over age 21, estate $140
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 89
[notation: "H 72"] issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 89 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Joseph Ne Dean, Jr., delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
Red Lake B.I.A. Enrollment, 1885:124 "Old Chief's Band"  1886:115;
1887:112; 1888: , 1889:112, 1899:94, 1907:100, 1908:94, 1912:863/980,
1920:972/963
Minnesota Chippewa Commission "Signature Rolls," 1889:141, "X," age 70
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #19s]
son of: Nadeau, Joseph and , Madeline
husband of, #1: Neddeau, Margaret (1830)
issue: Neddeau, Harriet (1871)
     Neddeau, Clemment (1874)
husband of, #2: Montreuille, Marguerite (abt.1834) [VRA #19]
issue: Nadeau, Joseph (1861) [VRA #110]
     Nadeau, Agnes [VRA #111]
[1887: grandfather of: Neddow, Perish (1886) [1887]
[1920: notation "see page 58" (on which the original, deleted listing is
Johnson, John (1903)]
90
NEDEAU, Joseph (1807) [1850 U.S.]
Madeau, Jas. [1849 Petition]
Nada, Zoza [*1866]                                            ·Neadeau
Nahdoe, Josey [1867a]
Nadeau, Joseph (1801) [1870 U.S.]                                    ·
Ne Deau, Joseph Sr. [R.L. Scrip #90]                                 ·
Ne Dean, Joseph Sr. [R.L. Scrip #90]                                 ·
Neddeau, Joseph Sr. (1800) [1889]
Neddeau, Joseph Sr. (1793) [1886]                                   ·N
Neddow, Joseph Sr. (1792) [1887]
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850  Born: Red River
Branch  Occupation: Voyageur
Red Lake Annuity Roll, May dwa gun oon nind's Band - 1866:112
 -                          1 man, 1 woman,                  $ 16 paid
1867a:131                   2 men, 2 women                   $ 34 paid
U.S. Census, Beltrami County, 1870, family: 4/4, born British North
America - 1/2 breed  laborer, both parents of foreign birth, illiterate
- cannot read or write  male citizen over age 21
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 90
[notation: "H 74"] issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 90 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Joseph Ne Dean, Sr., delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
Red Lake B.I.A. Enrollment, 1885:88 "Old Chief's Band"  1886:37;
1887:34; 1888:
husband of, #1: , Madeline
issue: Nedeau, Joseph (abt.1930)
husband of, #2: Nedeau, Susanna (1808), aka Neddeu, Susan (1796) [*1886]
issue: Niddeau, Harriet (1823)
     Nedeau, Joseph (1842)
     Nedeau, Marie (1836)
     Nedeau, Pierre (1841)
     Nedeau, Benjamin (1841)
     Nedeau, Madeline (1843)
     Nedeau, Charlotte (1842-7)
     Nadeau, Charlotte (1842)
     Nadeau, Caroline (1853)
     Nadeau, Julia (1857)
     Nadeau, Pierre (November, 1869 - April, 1870)
husband of, #3: Niddeau, Francis (1820)
issue: Niddeau, Jean B. (1844)
     Niddeau, Ambrose (1847)
     Niddeau, Henry (1850)
     Niddeau, Pierre (1851)
husband of, #4: Nadeau, Marie [notation: "4/4"] [Powell 8/0022]
issue: Neadeau, Marie (WE-3183), aka Beauchamp, Marie (WE-3183)
     Neadeau, Caroline (WE-1663), aka Roy, Caroline (WE-1663)
husband of, #5: \:\,\:\,<";\ (1810) Gay gah gay gah bow eak
grandfather of: Pierre (1867) [1885]
91
Parrinton [Prainton], Francois (1825) [1850 U.S.]                    ·
Parenteau, Francois [*1866-7]                                 ·P135.1b
Paranteau, Francois [R.L. Scrip #91]                                 ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 180/180, born
Pembina, Hunter
Pembina Annuity Roll, Little Shell's Band, 1866:3/6
                          - 1 man, 2 women,   5 children     $ 20 paid
1867:186                  - 1 man, 2 women,   5 children     $ 32 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 91
[checked] issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 91 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Francois Paranteau, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
husband of: Parrinton, Josette (1826), born Pembina
issue: Parrinton, Mary (1850)
92
Peppin, Etiene [R.L. Scrip #92]                                      ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 92
issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 92 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Etiene Peppin, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
93
Pepin, Peter [R.L. Scrip #93]                                        ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 93
[checked] issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 93 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Peter Pepin, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
94
Rondeau, Joseph Jr. [R.L. Scrip #94]                                 ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 94
issued February 12, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872; delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 94 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Joseph Rondeau, Jr., delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
95
Raiche, Baptiste (abt.1829) [VRA #26]                                   ·
Raiche, John Baptiste (abt.1829) [VRA #26]                              ·
Reiche, John B. [R.L. Scrip #95]                                     ·
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #26]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 95
issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 95 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
John B. Reiche, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
son of: Raiche, Joseph (abt.1800) [VRA #4s] and Grant, Susan (abt.1805) [VRA
#4]
husband of: Katahwas, Elisabeth, married December 8, 1853, at Crow Wing,
Minnesota.  Witnesses were Belanger, John B. and Rend, Marcis
96
Renville, Baptiste (1848) [1850 U.S.]                                ·
Rinville, Baptiste [R.L. Scrip #96]                                  ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 99/99, born Pembina
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 96
[checked] issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 96 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Baptiste Rinville, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
son of: Renville, Francois (1815) and , Marguritte (1817)
97
Renville, Francois (1837) [1850 U.S.]                                ·
Rinville, Francois [R.L. Scrip #97]                                  ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 99/99, born Pembina
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 97
issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1973
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 97 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Francois Rinville, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
son of: Renville, Francois (1815) and , Marguritte (1817)
98
Rogers, Henry [R.L. Scrip #98]                                       ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 98
[checked] issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 98 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Henry Rogers, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
99
Robinette, Vanance [R.L. Scrip #99]                                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 99
issued February 12, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872; delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 99 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Venance Robinette, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
100
Saice, Charles [99:2s] (WE-3073) [Powell 8/0032]                     ·
Saice, Charles [R.L. Scrip #100]                                     ·
Saice, Charles (1839) [1885, 1887-9]                             ·P116
Saice, Charles (1840) [1886]                                    ·P116a
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 100
[checked] issued February 12, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 100 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Charles Saice, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
Pembina White Earth B.I.A. Enrollment, 1885:116 "Way ke che ke shig's
Band"; 1886:8; 1887:61; 1888:59; 1889:50 "Shay shay way ge shig's Band"
Powell Genealogies, Family #99:2
[notation: "1/2"] [Powell 8/0035, notation: "in Villebrun Family"]
son of: Saice, Joseph (White) and Mary (full)
husband of: Villebrun, Catherine (1833)
father of: Saice, Seraphine M. (1870) [99:15] (WE-3077)
     Saice, Gabriel (1868) [99:17] (WE-3081)
     Saice, Charles A. (1869) [99:15] (WE-3080)
     Saice, Rosalie (1873) [99:13] (WE-3075)
     Saice, Caliste (1878) [99:14] (WE-3076)
     Saice, Frank [99:18] (WE-3086)
101
St. Arneau, Alexander [R.L. Scrip #101]                              ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 101
issued February 12, 1872, under the Authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872; delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 101 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Alexander St. Arneau, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
102
Sayer, George [R.L. Scrip #102]                                      ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 102
[notation: "H 76"] issued February 12, 1873, under the Authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 102 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
George Sayer, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
103
Sayer, Henry [R.L. Scrip #103]                                       ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 103
[notation: "H 74"] issued February 12, 1873, under the Authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 103 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, dated February 12, 1873, issued to Henry
Sayer, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
104
Taylor, James (1834) [1860 U.S.]                                     ·
Taylor, James B. [R.L. Scrip #104]                                   ·
':(>;( Wayn ding [X1:4] [Powell 8/0042]                              ·
Taylor, James [X1:4] [Powell 8/0042]                                 ·
Taylor, James [Powell 8/0031]                                        ·
':(>,( Wain dung [88:6] [Powell 10/0343]                             ·
,\:',\:{:>,( Ah ke wah ke je dung [88:6] [Powell 10/0343]            ·
Taylor, Jim [88:6] [Powell 10/0343]                                  ·
U.S. Census, Itasca County, 1860, family 208/208, born Minnesota,
laborer - mulatto,  land $500
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 104
[checked] issued February 12, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 104 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
James B. Taylor, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
Powell Genealogies, family #88:6
Powell Genealogies, family #X1:4, [notation: "was James Taylor, the
grandfather of Jordan, Mrs. Josette, one of the wives of Warren, Truman
A., the ':(>;( Wayn ding, the James Taylor of Leech Lakes?  Look up
Brunette family, write Hurr."]
[note: Taylor, James, aka ,};(';( Ah shin win (WE-2741) [notation: "82
in 89" has been deleted]
son of: Taylor, ___ [T1:head], aka ,\:',\:{:>,( Ah ke wah ke je dung
[88:1] and },\,^,}:\': Shah gon aush equay [X1:1]
husband of, #1: Bungo, Nancy (1838) (L.L.) [18:14] [Powell 10/0154]
issue: Taylor, Charles [18:45]
     Taylor, Peter [T1:2] [18:46] (WE-2742)
     Taylor, Sarah [T1:3]
     Taylor, John (1857)
     Taylor, John (1860)
     Taylor, Mary [18:47]
     Taylor, Esther [18:48]
     Taylor, James [18:49]
husband of, #2: \,>:\': Kah-de-quay [V.R.]
issue: "\,<:\',^,;,}:\ (1870) O-gub-ay-guan-ay-aush-eke (LL-617), aka
"/;(>:/"/;} (1870) O-min-de-mo-mish (LL-617) [V.R. # ]
spouse of, #3: Bassett, Ida (1866 - June 19, 1947) (LL-859), aka
\:<:,(>"':\': (1866 - June 19, 1947) Kay-bay-aun-do-way-quay (LL-859),
daughter of Bassett, James and \',>"\': Quod-oquay; she also married
Aitkin, Charles (January 3, 1868) (LL-1462)
105
Pluff, Baptiste [Powell 10/0298]                                     ·
Villebrun, Baptiste [99:7] (WE-3129) [Powell 8/0032]                 ·
Vilbrum, Battiste [R.L. Scrip #105]                                  ·
Villebrun, Baptiste (1845) [1885, 1887-9]                        ·P180
Villebrun, Baptiste (1846) [1886]                               ·P180a
Powell Genealogies, family #99:7
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 105
issued February 12, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872; delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 105 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Battite Vilbrum, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
Pembina White Earth B.I.A. Enrollment, 1885:180 "Way ke che ke shig's
Band"; 1886:160; 1887:129; 1888:135; 1889:98 "Shay shay way ge shig's
Band"
son of: Villebrun, Antoine [99:head] and LaTourelle, Archange [notation:
"each half"]
husband of: McDonald, Nancy [69:10] (WE-797)
"no issue"
[1889: listed as "hus" but listed alone
106
Villebrun, Peter (abt.1850) [99:5] (WE-3089) [Powell 8/0032]            ·
Vilbrum, Pierre [R.L. Scrip #106]                                    ·
Villebrun, Peter (1849) [1885, 1887-9]                           ·P196
Villebrun, Peter (1850) [1886]                                  ·P196a
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 106
[checked] issued February 12, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 106 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Pierre Vilbrum, delivere to Agent E.P. Smith
Pembina White Earth B.I.A. Enrollment, 1885:196 "Way ke che ke shig's
Band"; 1886:175; 1887:75; 1888:72; 1889:62 "Shay shay way ge shig's
Band"
Powell Genealogies, Family #99:6
[notation: "3/8"]
son of: Villebrun, Antoine and LaTourelle, Archange
husband of, #1: Couvrette, Charlotte (1855) (WE-2526) [notation:
"19/32"]
issue: Villebrun, Sophia (1870) [35:164a], aka Leith, Sophia [99:26]
(WE-2222)
     Villebrun, Ellen (1872) [35:164], aka Saice, Ellen [99:27] (WE-
2221)
     Villebrun, Antoine (1876) [99:19] (WE-2527) (O-2527 X)
     Villebrun, Seraphine (1881) [99:20] (WE-2528) [35:158] (O-2528)
     Villebrun, Andrew (1884) [99:21] (WE-2529) [35:159] (O-2529, a-
1838)
     Villebrun, Michael (1886) [1887] [99:22] (WE-2530) [35:160] (O-
2530, a-1837 X)
     Villebrun, Frank [99:23] (WE-2531) [35:161] (O-2531)
     Villebrun, Joe [99:24] (WE-2532) [35:162] (O-2532 LP, a-1835 LP)
     Villebrun, Romain [99:25] (WE-2533), aka Villebrun, Roman [35:163]
(O-2533, a-1836)
[1889: notation "hus"; but listed alone
107
Villebrun, Mike [99:6] (WE-3090) [Powell 8/0032]                     ·
Vilbrum, Mitchel [R.L. Scrip #107]                                   ·
Villebrun, Mike (1862) [1885]                                    ·P204
Villebrun, Mike (1853) [1886]                                   ·P204a
Villebrun, Mike (1852) [1887-9]                                 ·P204b
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 107
[checked] issued February 12, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 107 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Mitchel Vilbrum, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
Pembina White Earth B.I.A. Enrollment, 1885:204 "Way ke che ke shig's
Band"; 1886:182; 1887:87; 1888:79; 1889:63 "Shay shay way ge shig's
Band"
Powell Genealogies, Family #6
[notation: "3/8"]
husband of: Brunette, Mary (1856) (WE-1008) [notation: "1/2"]
issue: Villebrun, Antoine (1874)
     Villebrun, Mary (1876)
     Villebrun, Paul (1879)
     Villebrun, Angelique (1880)
     Villebrun, Philomon (1882)
     Villebrun, Menuel (1883)
     Villebrun, Cathrine (1885) [1886]
     Villebrun, Margeret (1885) [1887]
     Villebrun, Madeline (1886) [1887]
[1889: notation "hus"; but listed alone
108
Sayre, Leading Feather [R.L. Scrip #108]                             ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 108
[notation "H.75"] issued February 12, 1873, under the Authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered Februry 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 108 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Leading Feather Sayre, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
109
Bottineau, Charles [R.L. Scrip #109]                               ·
Bottineau, Charles (abt.1815) [VRA #14]                               ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [checked] Halbreed
Scrip No. 109
, issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #14]
son of: Bottineau, Charles [VRA] and Ah-dick-Songab, Margaret [VRA]
husband of: Parenteau, Francoise, married  November/December 26, 1850,
in St. Paul, Minnesota.  Witnesses were Bottineau, Pierre and
Parenteau, Mr. (father of the bride).
issue: they adopted an Indian child named Villenueve, Hyacinthe
110
Burbotte, Louis [R.L. Scrip #110]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [checked] Halbreed
Scrip No. 110
, issued February 17, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 17, 1873

111
Beaulieu, Clement H. (1844) [1860 U.S.]                       ·B
Beaulieu, C.H. Jun. [R.L. Scrip #43 & 111]                     ·
Beaulieu, Clemment A. H. (1843) [1885]
Beaulieu, C.A.H. (1844) [1886]
Beaulieu, C.A.H. (1843) [1887]
Beaulieu, C.A.H. (1843-4) [1912]
Beaulieu, C.A.H. (1844) [1920]
Beaulieu, C.A.H. (1844-5) [1930]
Beaulieu, Rev. Clem "?" [Powell 10/0051]                       ·
Beaulieu, Clement [82:26e]
Beaulieu, Rev. Clement H. (abt.1844 - July 4, 1926) [Densmore]    ·
\,':) (abt.1844 - July 4, 1926) Ka'waþns [Densmore]               ·
Powell Genealogies, family #2:290
"Beaulieu, Clement Abraham H., born 22 Dec 1843, Fond du Lac,
Minnesota, baptized 29 Jun 1845, La Pointe, Wisconsin, son of Paul
H. Beaulieu and Maria Fairbanks.  He had several wives and many
children.  Some of his wives were Shah-wun-way-we-dum-oke,
Margaret Jourdain and O-bah-bah-cumig-oquay ... and Kah-nah-poonce
aka Eva (WE-47), born 1851, died Aug 1894 on the White Earth
Reservation, daughter of Wah-bo-jig and Mah-co-day."  [V.R.,
Broken Tooth Genealogy, #155]
U.S. Census, Crow Wing County, 1860:177/177  born: Minnesota
occupation: store keeper
Lake Superior Halfbreed Scrip: May 2, 1870 - Fair Play, Colo.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....", Halfbreed
Scrip No. 111
as Beaubien, C.A.H., issued February 12, 1873, under
the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered
February 12, 1873, notations: "H. 65, reports favorably"; also
Halfbreed Scrip No. 43 [notation: "Sec. r2, H 63], issued February
12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12,
1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 43, dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued
to C.H. Beaulien, Jr., delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
U.S. Census, Red Lake Diminished Reservation, 1900, family 1/1;
Chippewa Indian, born Dec. 1845; married 33 years; father Chippewa
born in Wisconsin; mother Chippewa born in Wisconsin; day laborer;
literate; speaks English; owns home without mortgage; farmer (farm
#1); 1/2 White blood; living in polygamy; not taxed; dwelling
fixed
Red Lake B.I.A. Enrollment, 1885:224 "Old Chief's Band"  1886:122;
1887:121; 1888: , 1889:129; 1899:118;  1907:120/124; 1912:82/83;
1920:113/123; 1930:62
[Frances Densmore, list of informants], Ka'waþns is "diminutive of
his fathr's name \,', Ka wa, which was the Chippewa
mispronunciation of Clement"
son of: Beaulieu, Paul H. (1819) and Beaulieu, Maria M.    
(1822)
husband of, #1: Fairbanks, Margaret (1846/9)
issue: Beaulieu, Elizabeth (1871)
     Beaulieu, Ellen (October, 1874/5)
     Beaulieu, William (November, 1876/1877)
     Beaulieu, Sarah (1879)
     Beaulieu, Arnold (1882)
     Beaulieu, Harriet (1884)
     Beaulieu, Frank (May, 1882)
     Beaulieu, Margaret (May, 1886)
     Beaulieu, Paul (October, 1889)
     Beaulieu, Lizzie (1892)
     Beaulieu, Jenny (1896)
husband of, #2: },',(':':>,/"\: (1851) Shah wun way way dum oke,
aka Beaulieu, Mary (1851)
issue: Beaulieu, George (1882)
     Beaulieu, Julia (1893)
     Beaulieu, Mary (1885)
     Beaulieu, Charles F. (1887)
     Beaulieu, James (1896)
husband of, #3: ^:>,',-:^"\':(1851 - August 1894) Nay tah wah se
no quay [5:46], aka \,^,<") (1851 - August 1894) Kah nah poonce
(WE-47), aka Whitefisher, Eva (1851 - August 1894) (WE-47); she
later maried McDonald, John (1844 - March, 1916) (WE-46)
issue: Beaulieu, Emma Maria (March 26, 1868) (WE-54) [V.R. #492+]
husband of, #4: Jourdain, Margaret
husband of, #5: "<,<,/;\"\': O-bah-bah-cumig-oquay, aka
"<,<,/,\,/;\"\ O bah bah mah cumig oke [2:290]
issue: ,\,(\'"- Ah gon gwos [2:528]
husband of, #6: Mindenhall, Annie [X1:5], and/or her twin
Mindenhall, Emma [X1:6], who both married both Fairbanks, and
Beaulieu, ; daughters of ,\:',{:\;(<,( Ah ke wah je gin bung and
},\,^,}:\': Shah gon aush equay [X1:1]; sisters of Kling, Lucy and
Taylor, James
[1930: living at Redlake, Beltrami County, Minnesota, listed as
"widowed head of household," blood quantum "1/4x"]
112
Aitkin, Bob (abt.1842) [58:59] [Powell 8/0030]                          ·
Aitkin, Robert (abt.1842) [V.R. #245+] [Powell 8/0030]                  ·
<,<,\;( (abt.1842) Ba-ba-kin [V.R. #245]                                ·
Aitkins, Robert (1839) [1860 U.S.]                                   ·
Aitkins, Robert (1832) [1870 U.S.]                                   ·
Aitkin, Robert [R.L. Scrip #112]                                     ·
[U.S. Census, Crow Wing County, 1860 (listed under #24, Charls LaRue,
tavern keeper)] Minnesota, servant - mulatto
[U.S. Census, Beltrami County, 1870 (listed under #1, John Farmingham,
U.S. Farmer for Chippewa Indians)] born in Minnesota, occupation Dry
Goods Merchant,  estate $600, father of foreign birth
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" [checkmark], Halfbreed
Scrip No. 112 issued Feburary 12, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered Februry 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 112 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Robert Aitkins, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
Powell Genealogies, family #58:59
[V.R., Broken Tooth Genealogy, #245] "born Crow Wing, Minnesota (age 8,
1850 Minnesota Territorial Census, Benton County).  He was a Civil War
soldier in Co. G., 9th Minn. Reg.  He was discharged in the hospital at
Keokuk, Iowa, 18 May 1865. ...   Robert and Mary Aitkin lived at Red
Lake, Minnesota."
son of: Aitkin, William Alexander (White) (1785) [V.R. #61] and
"(<:<:',^"\':(abt.1815 - December, 1893) Om be be won o quay [58:13], aka
Hole-in-the-Day, Mary (abt.1815 - December, 1893) [V.R. #61]
husband of, #1: Brands, Mary (1841 - June 12, 1906), aka Bians, Mary
(1841 - June 12, 1906), aka <:;,) (1841 - June 12, 1906) Pe yaunce,
daughter of /:\',/;- Me quah mais and /,^,{:',^: Mah nah je wun ay, aka
'Bad Horn.'  Robert Aitkin died around 1880, and Mary Brands married
Raish, Peter, Hunter, Sam and maybe Warren, William V. Tyler." [V.R.
#245s]
issue: Aitkin, Nancy (1866/7 - 1895) [V.R. 702], baptized 1868, age one
year, Crow Wing, Minnesota.  Godparents were Dugal, Joseph and Dufault,
Sophia.  She died in August 1895, unmarried, no children.
     Aitkin, Charles (1870) [V.R. #703+] (LL-1462)
     Aitkin, John William (February 1872) [V.R. #704], baptized February
14, 1872 at Red Lake, Minnesota.  Godparents were Roy, J.B. and Roy,
Josette.  John Aitkin died young.
     Aitkin, William (February 1, 1874) [V.R. #705+] (LL-1464)
     Aitkin, Robert (1875) [V.R. #706+] (LL-1463)
husband of, #2: Fairbanks, Mary [82:10]
113
Vasseur, Andrew [R.L. Scrip #113]                                    ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 113
[notation "H 18"] issued February 12, 1873, under the Authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 113 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Andrew Vasseur, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
114
Vasseur, Baptiste (1824) [1870 U.S.]                                 ·
Vasseur, Andrew Baptiste [R.L. Scrip #114]                           ·
U.S. Census, Beltrami County, 1870, family: 16/16, born British North
America - 1/2 breed,  Laborer, both parents of foreign birth, illiterate
- cannot read or write
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 114
issued February 12, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872; delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 114 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Andrew Baptiste Vasseur, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
husband of: Vasseur, Margaret (1834)
issue: Vasseur, Ellen (1858)
     Vasseur, Susette (1862)
     Vasseur, Joseph (1864)
115
Shibous, Alexis (1837) [1850 U.S.]                                 ·Ch
Chaboillitz, Alex [*1866]
Chaboillez, Alexander [1867a]
Chiboilliz, Alexander [1867b]
Chaibouliez, Alexander [1869]
Choubloullez, Alexancis (1838) [1870 U.S.]                           ·
Chaboilez, Alexander [R.L. Scrip #115]                               ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850:13/13  born: La
Pointe, Wis.
Red Lake Annuity Roll, May dwa gun oon nind's Band - 1866:109
 -                          1 man,                           $  8 paid
1867a:134                   1 man,                           $  8.50pd
1867b:146 -                 1 man, 1 woman,   1 child,       $ 24 paid
1869:30                     1 man,          1 boy,           $ 16 paid
U.S. Census, Beltrami County, 1870, family 11/11, born Minnesota - 1/2
breed, occupaton dry goods merchant, illiterate - cannot read or write,
male citizen over age 21, estate $400
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 115
[notation: "H 67"] issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 115 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Alexander Chaboilez, dleivered to Agent E.P. Smith
son of: Shibous, Charles (1810) and Shibous, Josette (1819)
husband of:
issue: Choubloullez, James (1867), born Minnesota - 1/2 breed
     Choubloullez, Susette (March, 1870), born Minnesota - 1/2 breed
116
Menie, Francois [R.L. Scrip #116]                                    ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 116
issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 116 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Francois Menie, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
117
Brunelle, Louis [Lake Superior Scrip]                                ·
Brunelle, Louis [R.L. Scrip #117]                                    ·
Lake Superior Halfbreed Scrip; May 16?, 1870 - Humboldt, Cal.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed Scrip No. 117,
Schedule B., issued February 12,1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873 [notation:
"Patented May 21, 1881"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 117 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Louis Brunnelle, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
118
Villenueve, Frank [R.L. Scrip #118]                            ·
Villeneave, Francis Jr. [R.L. Scrip #31, "same as Frank"]      ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 118 issued February 12, 1873, under the Authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 31, dated
November 18th, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered February 12th, 1873,
issued to Francis Villeneave Jr. (same as Frank), delivered to
Agent Smith
119
Bottineau, Pierre Sr. [R.L. Scrip #119]                            ·
Bottineau, Pierre (abt.1816 - 1895) [VRA #11]                         ·
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #11]
son of: Bottineau, Charles [VRA] and Ah-dick-Songab, Margaret [VRA]
[From the Minnesota Historical Society Collections, Vol., p. 108],"In
1841 Pierre Bottineau settled in St. Paul, with his brother,
Bottineau, Severe, and purchased of Gervais, Benj., a small tract of
land on what was afterwards known as Baptist hill.  Pierre Bottineau
is one of the most notable characters of the Northwest.  He was born
in the Red River settlement, his father being a French Canadian, and
his mother a Chippewa woman, and comae to Fort Snelling, in 1837,
where he was in the employ of Sibley, General for ahwile, as a guide,
interpreter, etc.  He was one of the settlers expelled from the
Reserve, and came to St. Paul, as above stated.  He lived here six
years, when he sold his claim, and made a new one at St. Anthony
Falls, which he subsequently laid out as an addition to the city.  He
was also the first settler at Maple Grove, or 'Bottineau Prairie,' in
Hennepin County.
     "Perhaps no man in the Northwest has passed a life of more
romantic adventures, exciting occurrences, hair-breadth excapes, and
'accidents by flood and field,' than Mr. Bottineau.  He has traveled
over every foot of the Northwest, and knows the country like a map.
He speaks almost every Indian language in the region, and his services
as a guide and interpreter have always been in great demand.  He was
guite to Col. Nobles' wagon road expedition to Frazer River, in 1869,
to Captain Fisk's Idaho expedition of 1862, and Gen. Sibley's
expedition to the Missouri River, in 1863, etc.  His adventures, could
they be faithfully written, would be a volume of surpassing interest.
Mr. Bottineau is now about 65 years of age, but is as strong and
active as he was thirty years ago." [After VRA]
[From the Grand Forks Herald] "Although he is sometimes cited as the
first white child born in Dakota Territory, Pierre Bottineau was the
son of an Indian woman and a French trader.
     "That made him a 'metis' or mixed-blood.  He became a prominent
representative of the Metis people, many of whom lived in the Pembina
and Walhalla areas.  Their descendants are among the people of the
Turtle Mountain community.
     "Bottineau was born in 1812.  He was well-regarded as a voyageur
and trader as well as a guide.
     "In 1862, for example, he guided a wagon trade under Fisk, James
from Fort Abercrombie on the Red River to Fort Union and Fort Benton
on the Upper Missouri.  He also was a cout for Sibley, Gen. Alfred's
expedition against the Sioux in 1863.
     "Bottineau was also a prominent political leader, serving in the
Minnesota territorial Legislature.
     "Bottineau died in 1895, and is buried near Red Lake Falls,
Minn." [PHOTO]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [notation: "H 80"],
Halfbreed Scrip No. 119, issued February 12, 1873, under the authority
of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873,
notation: "heir of Bottineau, Pierre Jr."
husband of, #1: Lawrence, Genevieve (abt.1818), "she may have been the
daughter of Lawrence, John Baptiste and Marguerite, Indian. [VRA #11s]
issue: Bottineau, John Baptiste (abt.1838) [VRA #75]
     Bottineau, Pierre Jr. (abt.1841) [VRA #76], "he had no children"
     Bottineau, Marie Jane (abt. 1841) [VRA #77]
     Bottineau, Daniel (abt.1845) [VRA #79]
     Bottineau, Rosalie (abt.1848) [VRA #80]
husband of, #2: Gervais, Martha, non-Indian
issue: Bottineau, Louis (abt.1851) [VRA #81]
     Bottineau, Charles (abt.1854) [VRA #82]
     Bottineau, Martha (abt.1856) [VRA #83]
     Bottineau, Sidney (abt.1858) [VRA #84]
     Bottineau, Henry (abt.1860) [VRA #85]
     Bottineau, William (abt.1861) [VRA #86]
     Bottineau, Emile (abt.1864) [VRA #87], who married Cyr
     Bottineau, George (abt.1866) [VRA #88]
     Bottineau, Norman (abt.1868) [VRA #89]
     Bottineau, Laura (May 11, 1870) [VRA #90]
     Bottineau, Jennie (abt.1872) [VRA #91]
     Bottineau, Amelia [VRA #92]
     Bottineau, Agnes (abt.1875) [VRA #93]
     Bottineau, Noah (abt.1880) [VRA #94]
120
Jacotre, Joseph (1810) [1850 U.S.]                                   ·
Jecieu, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #120]                                     ·
Jenin, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #120]                                      ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, family 128/128, born
Pembina, Hunter
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 120
issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 120 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Joseph Jenin, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
listed with: Jacotre, Mary Ann (1810)
     Jacotre, Joseph (1821)
     Jacotre, Louise (1834)
     Jacotre, Marguritte (1837)
     Jacotre, Rossilie (1845)
     Jacotre, Philimon (1846)
     Jacotre, Isabella (1847)
     Jacotre, Francois (1849)
121
Delonais, Deorn [R.L. Scrip #121]                                    ·
Delonais, William [R.L. Scrip #121]                                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 121
issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873 [notation: "suspension
removed, see 14881/1882, see report to secretary April 1st, 1882, see
report to Secretary August 11, 1882, suplemental"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 121 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivere February 12, 1873, issued to
Deorn (or William) Delonais, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
122
JARVAIS, Pierre (1825) [1850 U.S.]                                   ·
Gervais, Pierre, Jr. [R.L. Scrip #122]                               ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, (under family #178,
Pacon), born Red River Br., Hunter
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 122
issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 122 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Perre Gervais, Jr., delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
123
Gervais, Jno. Bte. [R.L. Scrip #123]                                 ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 123
issued Februry 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 123 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Jno. Bte. Gervais, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
124
Below, Francois [R.L. Scrip #124]                                    ·
Blue, Francois [R.L. Scrip #124]                                     ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [checked] Halfbreed Scrip
No. 124
issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 124 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Francois Blae, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
125
Adams, Joseph (1825) [1850 U.S.]                                     ·
Adams, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #125]                                      ·
U.S. Census, Crow Wing County, 1860, family 25/25, born British America,
occupation Voyageur - mulatto
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed Scrip No. 125,
issued February 20, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
February 17, 1873, delivered February 20, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 125 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 20th, 1873, issued to
Joseph Adams, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
husband of: Adams, Julia (1820), born Minnesota - Indian
issue: Adams, Joseph, -- born in Minnesota
(also listed: Selim Aitkins, voyageur; Amanda Aitkins, Selim Masterson)
126
Bear, John [R.L. Scrip #126]                                          ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed Scrip No. 126,
issued February 20, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
February 17, 1873, delivered February 20, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 126 [checked], dated
February 20th, 160 Acres, delivered February 20th, 1873, issued to John
Bear, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
127
Beauchamp, Antoine (1824) [1860 U.S.]
Beauchamp, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #127]                                 ·
U.S. Census, Becker County, 1860, family #744/738: born in Minnesota,
common laborer, mulatto
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 127 [checked], dated
February 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 20th, 1873, issued to
"Angelic Beauchamp, heir of Antoine Beauchamp", delivered to Agent E.P.
Smith
husband of: Beauchamp, Louise (1839), born in Minnesota, mulatto
issue: Beauchamp, Edward (1846), born in Minnesota, mulatto
     Beauchamp, Frederick (1848), born in Minnesota, mulatto
     Beauchamp, Marie (1850), born in Minnesota, mulatto
additional heir: Beauchamp, Angelic

Beauchamp, Angelic [R.L. Scrip #127]                                 ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed Scrip No. 127
issued February 20, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
February 17, 1873, delivered February 20, 1873 [notation: "heir of
Antoine"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 127 [checked], dated
February 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 20th, 1873, issued to
"Angelic Beauchamp, heir of Antoine Beauchamp," delivered to Agent E.P.
Smith
128
Bottineau, John Baptiste (May 3, 1837 - December 1, 1911) [VRA
#75]                                                             ·
Bottineau, John B. [R.L. Scrip #128]                             ·
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #35], born at St. Paul,
Minnesota, buried at St. Vincent de Paul Cemetary, Hennepin County,
Minnesota.  He was an attorney in Washington, D.C. and represented
the Turtle Mountain band of Chippewa from North Dakota.  John
Baptiste and Marie Bottineau, with children Mary B. and Lillian,
were listed in the 1889 [Minnesota Chippewa Commission] Census for
Red Lake.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed Scrip
No. 128 issued February 20, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, February 17, 1873, delivered February 20, 1873
son of: Bottineau, Pierre (abt.1816 - 1895) [VRA #11] and Lawrence,
Genevieve (abt.1818)
husband of: Renville, Marie (January 13, 1842 - May 19, 1900),
daughter of Renville, Francis and Memers, Margaret.  She is buried
at St. Vincent de Paul cemetary in Hennepin County, Minnesota.  [VRA
#7s]
issue: Bottineau, Marie Louise [VRA #187], who was with the United
States Indian Service in Washington, D.C.  She married a Baldwin.
     Bottineau, Lillian (abt.1867) [VRA #188], who married Nichols,
Whitney.
     Bottineau, Alvina Clementa (abt.March, 1867 - July, 1868) [VRA
#189]
129
Cardinal, John (1838) [1850 U.S.]                                    ·
Cardinale, Jean [R.L. Scrip #129]                                    ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, 1850, Pembina County, family 2/2, born Red
River Br.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 129
issued February 20, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
February 17, 1872, delivered February 20, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 129 [checked], dated
February 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 20th, 1873, issued to
Jean Cardinale, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
son of: Cardinal, J. Baptiste (1787) and Cardinal, Josette (1805)
130
Daniel, Peter [R.L. Scrip #130]                                      ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 130
issued February 20, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
February 17, 1873, delivered February 20, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 130 [checked], dated
February 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 20th, 1873, issued to
Peter Daniel, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
131
Gobin, Louis [R.L. Scrip #131]                                       ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 131
issued February 20, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
February 17, 1873, delivered Februry 20, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 131 [checked], dated
February 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 20th, 1873, issued to
Louis Gobin, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
132
Lapsineer, Isaac [R.L. Scrip #132]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 132
issued February 20, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
February 17, 1873, delivered February 20, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 132 [checked], dated
February 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 20th, 1873, issued to
Isaac Lapsineer, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
133
La Compte, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #133]                                 ·
Le Compte, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #133]                                 ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 133
issued February 20, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
February 17, 1873, delivered February 20, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 133 [checked], dated
February 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 20th, 1873, issued to
Atoine Le Compte, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
134
Rondeau, Peter [R.L. Scrip #134/estate]                              ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 134
issued to Rondeau, Benjamin, heir of Peter Rondeau, on February 20,
1873, under the Authority of Secretarial Decision, February 17, 1873;
delivered February 20, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 134 [checked], dated
February 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 20,th, 1873, issued
to "Benj. Rondeau, heir of Peter Rondeau", delivered to Agent E.P. Smith

Rondeau, Benjamin [R.L. Scrip #134/heir]                             ·
Rondeau, Benjamin [R.L. Scrip #320]                                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 134
issued to Benjamin Rondeau, heir of Rondeau, Peter, on February 20,
1873, under the Authority of Secretarial Decision, February 17, 1873;
delivered February 20, 1873; and Scrip No. 320 issued January 19, 1874,
under the Authority of Secretarial Decision, December 27, 1873;
delivered January 19, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 134 [checked], dated
February 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 20,th, 1873, issued
to "Benj. Rondeau, heir of Peter Rondeau", delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
135
Hamelin, Jos. [1849]                                                 ·
Amlin, Jonas [R.L. Scrip #135]                                       ·
Amlin, Johanas [R.L. Scrip #135]                                     ·
Hamlin, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #241]                                     ·
1849 Petition: Jos. Hamelin
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" [checkmark], Halfbreed
Scrip No. 135, notation "Commonly known as Amlin, Johanas," scrip issued
March 5, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12,
1872, delivered March 6, 1873, and Halfbreed Scrip No. 241 issued July
30, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872,
delivered July 30, 1873 [notation: "'L 76' Conditionally"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 135 [checked], dated March
5th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered March 6th, 1873, issued to Jonas Amlin,
delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
136
Azure, Gabriel (1824) [1850 U.S.]                               ·P69.2
Azure, Gabriel [*1866-8]                                       ·P69.2b
Azure, Gabriel Sen. [R.L. Scrip #136]                                ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850:61/61  born: Pembina
occupation: hunter
Pembina Annuity Roll, Little Shell's Band, 1866:3/38
                          - 1 man, 1 woman,   6 children     $ 20 paid
1867:218                  - 1 man, 1 woman,   6 children     $ 32 paid
Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:156
                          - 1 man                            $  3 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" [notation: "B"], Halfbreed
Scrip No. 136, issued March 5, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered March 6, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 136 [checked], dated March
5th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered March 6th, 1873, issued to Gabriel
Azure, Sr., delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
[1850: husband of: Azure, Cecile (1829) born: Red River Br., aka
LaFrambois, Cecelia [VRA #172]
[1850: father of: Azure, Modeste [VRA #172s]
     Azure, Rossilie (1847) born: Pembina
137
Azure, Antoine (1847)
Auzense, Antoine [*1868]                                       ·P69.7d
Azure, Antoine La Belle [R.L. Scrip #137]                            ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, family 130/130, born
Red River Br.
Pembina Annuity Roll, Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:211
                          - 1 man                            $  3 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" [notation: "B"], Halfbreed
Scrip No. 137 issued March 5, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered March 6, 1873 [notation: "Le B. 82-
91"]; second entry on same page, Azure, Antoine Jr., notation "Schedule
B"
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 137 [checked], dated March
5th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered March 6th, 1873, issued to Antoine Azure
(La Belle), delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
son of: Azure, Joseph (1810) and Azure, Josette (1818)
138
Berger, Pierre (1816)                                                ·
Berger, Pierre Sr. [R.L. Scrip #138]                                 ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, family 59/59, born
Red River Br., occupation Hunter
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed Scrip No. 138,
Schedule B., issued March 5, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered March 5, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 138 [checked], dated March
5th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered March 6th, 1873, issued to Pierre
Berger, Sr., delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
husband of: Berger, Indigne (1813), born Pembina
issue: Berger, Pierre (1841)
     Berger, J. Savir (1844)
     Berger, Isedore (1846)
     Berger, J. Baptiste (1849)
[also listed: Berger, Narciss (1830), born Red River Br., occupation
Hunter
139
Caroibe, Francoi [1865]                                        ·P21.2a
Carribo [1867]                                                 ·P21.3c
Carribo, Francois [1868]                                       ·P21.2d
Caribeau, Francois [R.L. Scrip #139]                                 ·
Pembina Annuity Roll, Ais ance's Band, 1865:141 -
                            1 man, 1 woman,   1 child        $ 15 paid
Pembina Annuity Roll, Mis co muh quoh's Band, 1867:27 -
                            1 man, 1 woman,   2 children     $ 16 paid
Mis co muh quah's Band, 1868:93
                          - 1 man, 1 woman,   2 children     $ 16 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 139
issued March 5, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872, delivered March 6th, 1873 [notation: "{suspension removed see
14749 in 1882} See 10231 - 1881 and Le B 99/"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 139 [checked], dated March
5th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered March 6th, 1873, issued to Francois
Caribeau, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
140
Jerome, Joseph (1831) [1850 U.S.]                                    ·
Jerome, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #140]                                     ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, family 62/62, born
Pembina, Hunter
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 140
[checked] issued March 5, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered March 6th, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 140 [checked], dated March
5th, 1873, delivered March 6th, 1873, issued to Joseph Jerome, delivered
to Agent E.P. Smith
son of: Jerome, Martin (1800) and , Elizabeth (1809)
141
Martil, J. B't. [1849 Petition]                                      ·
Martell, Baptiste (1810) [1850 U.S.]                                 ·
Martel, Baptiste [Lake Superior Scrip]                               ·
Martell, John B. [R.L. Scrip #141]                                   ·
1849 Petition: J. B't. Martil
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 40/40, born Red
River Br., Hunter
Pembina Annuity Roll, Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:225
 -                          1 man, 1 woman,   3 children,    $ 15 paid
Lake Superior Halfbreed Scrip: Martel, Baptiste; Sept. 6, 1868 - San
Francisco, Cal.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 141
[checked] [illegible notations] issued March 5, 1873, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered March 6,
1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 141 [checked], dated March
5th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered March 6th, 1873, issued to John B.
Martell, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
husband of: Martell, Josette (1820)
issue: Martell, Mary (1838)
     Martell, Lanquette (1841)
     Martell, Angelic (1836)
     Martell, Baptiste (1846)
     Martell, Clouin (1849)
142
Nedeau, Benjamin (1841) [1850 U.S.]                                 ·N
Nadeau, Benjamin (1836) [1870 U.S.]                                  ·
Ne Deau, Benjamin [R.L. Scrip #142]                                  ·
Ne Dean, Benjamin [R.L. Scrip #142]                                  ·
Neddeau, Ben (1843) [1885]
^,<"-\'," (1838) Nah bows quah oh [1886]                      ·Neadeau
^,<,-\'," (1837) Nah bous quah oh [1887]
Nadeau, Benjamin (1837-8) [1899]
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850  born: Red River Br.
U.S. Census, Beltrami County, 1870, family 2/2, born British North
America - 1/2 breed, laborer, estate $300, father of foreign birth
illiterate: cannot read or write, adult male citizen denied the right to
vote: "not applied for paper"
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 142
[notation: "H 73"] issued March 5, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered March 5, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 142 [checked], dated March
5th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered March 6th, 1873, issued to Benjamin Ne
Dean, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
Red Lake B.I.A. Enrollment, 1885:1029 "Praying Day's Band"  1886:705;
1887:758; 1888: , 1899:516
son of: Nedeau, Joseph (1807) and Nedeau, Susanna (1808)
husband of, #1: Nadeau, Angeline (1840)
issue: Nadeau, Peter (1863)
     Nadeau, Joseph (1865)
     Nadeau, Frances (1869)
husband of, #2: >:<':>,/"\ (1850) Day bway dum oke
father of: \,}\"^,[ (1877) Gash go nag
     \':-:) (1881) Quay zence
     \':':-:) (1884) Que we zence, aka Nadeau, George (1884-5)
143
Rasignole, Felix [R.L. Scrip #143]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 143
issued March 14, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
March 8, 1873, delivered March 15, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 143 [checked], dated March
14th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered March 15th, 1873, issued to Felix
Rasignole, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
144
Rasignole, Louis [R.L. Scrip #144]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 144
issued March 14, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
March 8, 1873, delivered March 15, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 144 [checked], dated March
14th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered March 15th, 1873, issued to Louis
Rasignole, delivered to Agt. E.P. Smith
145
Rasignole, Augustin [R.L. Scrip #145/estate]                         ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 145
issued to Rasignole, Margaret, heir of Augustin, issued on March 14,
1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, March 8, 1873,
delivered March 15, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 145 [checked], dated March
14th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered March 15th, 1873, issued to "Margaret
Rasignole, heir of Augustin Rasignole," delivered to Agt. E.P. Smith

Rasignol, Margaret (abt.1823 - March 31, 1900) [VRA #12s] [R.L. Scrip
#351/heir]                                                           ·
Rasignol, Margaret [R.L. Scrip #145/heir & 373/heir]                 ·
Blue, Margaret (abt.1823 - March 31, 1900) [VRA #12s]                   ·
Bottineau, Margaret (abt.1823 - March 31, 1900) [VRA #12s]              ·
Baldwin, Margaret (abt.1823 - March 31, 1900) [VRA #12s]                ·
Blow, Margaret [R.L. Scrip]                                          ·
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #12s], she was Original
Allottee 3304 (WE-3304) on the White Earth Reservation in Minnesota.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 351
issued April 21, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
April 18, 1874, delivered April 21, 1874 [notation: heir of Blow,
Antoine Sr."]; Halfbreed Scrip No. 145 issued to Margaret Rasignole,
heir of Augustin, March 14, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, March 8, 1873, delivered March 15, 1873; and Halfbreed Scrip
No. 373 issued to Margaret Rasignole, heir of Joseph, on April 21, 1874,
under the authority of Secretarial Decision, April 18, 1974, delivered
April 21, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 145 [checked], dated March
14th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered March 15th, 1873, issued to "Margaret
Rasignole, heir of Augustin Rasignole," delivered to Agt. E.P. Smith
wife of, #1: Bottineau, Basil (abt.1820) [VRA #12], son of Bottineau,
Charles [VRA] and Ah-dick-Songab, Margaret [VRA]
issue: Bottineau, Charles (abt.1838) [VRA #95]
wife of, #2: Baldwin, Bailey T. [VRA #12s]
146
Rasignole, Etienne [R.L. Scrip #146]                                 ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 146
issued March 14, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
March 8, 1873, delivered March 15, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 146 [checked], dated March
14th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered March 15th, 1873, issued to Etienne
Rasignole, delivered to Agt. E.P. Smith
147
Artebees, Pierre [R.L. Scrip #147]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
", Halfbreed Scrip No. 147,
issued March 143, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
March 14, 1873, delivered March 15, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 147 [checked], dated March
14th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered March 15th, 1873, issued to Pierre
Artebees, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
148
Beaupre, Charles [R.L. Scrip #148]                                   ·
Beaupre, Charles [13:257] [B5:3] [Powell 8/0059]                     ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [checked], Halfbreed Scrip
No. 148
issued March 19, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered March 19, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 148 [checked], dated March
19th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered March 19th, 1873, issued to Charles
Beaupre, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
Powell Genealogies, family #B5:3
(O-881)
son of: Beaupre, Paul (abt.1850) [13:68] and LaRush, Nancy [52:50], or
Eggy, Nancy (WE-878)
149
Atkins, Archibald (1841) [1850 U.S.]                                 ·
Atkins, Archibald [R.L. Scrip #149]                                  ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 9/9/1850, family 97/97,
born Minnesota
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" [checkmark], halfbreed
Scrip No. 149, issued April 12, 1873, under the authority of the
Secretary's Decision, June 12th, 1872, Scrip delivered April 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 149 [checked], dated April
12th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered April 12th, 1873, issued to Archibald
Atkins, delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent
son of: ** and Atkins, Marguritte (1819)
150
Batoch, Louis (1801) [1850 U.S.]                                     ·
Batoah, Louis [Lake Superior Scrip]                                  ·
Baton, Louis [R.L. Scrip #150]                                       ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, family 185/185, born
Red River Br., Hunter
Lake Superior Halfbreed Scrip; May 2, 1870 - Taylor's Falls, Minn.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 150,
issued April 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872, delivered April 12, 1873, notation: "see '13 L,' App'd Comm.
Meeting, Patented May 21, 1881"
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 150 [checked], dated April
12th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered April 12th, 1873, issued to Louis
Baton, delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent
husband of: Batoch, Mary (1801)
issue: Batoch, Louis (1833)
     Batoch, Henry (1838)
     Batoch, Baptiste (1839)
     Batoch, Xavier (1841)
also listed: Batoch, Sophia (1770)
     Batoch, Mary Ann (1845)
151
Guinon, Paul [R.L. Scrip #151]                                       ·
Gagnon, Paul [R.L. Scrip #151]                                       ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 151
[checked] issued April 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered April 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 151 [checked], dated April
12th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered April 12th, 1873, issued to Paul
Guinon, delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent
152
Kiplin, Pauline [*1868]                                        ·P93.4d
Kipland, Paul [R.L. Scrip #152]                                      ·
Pembina Annuity Roll, Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:244
                          - 1 man, 1 woman,   4 children     $ 18 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 152
[checked] issued April 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered April 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 152 [checked], dated April
12th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered April 12th, 1873, issued to Paul
Kipland, delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent
153
Laquet, Pierre [R.L. Scrip #153]                                     ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 153
issued April 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872, delivered April 12, 1873 [notation: "Patented March 21, 1881"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 153 [checked], dated April
12th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered April 12th, 1873, issued to Pierre
Laquet, delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent
154
Laroque, Louis (1829) [1860 U.S.]                                    ·
La Rocque, Louis [R.L. Scrip #154]                                   ·
La Roque, Louis Jr. [R.L. Scrip #221]                                ·
U.S. Census, Becker County, 1860, family 753 747, born Minnesota, common
laborer - mulatto
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 154
issued April12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872, delivered April 12, 1873; and Halfbreed Scrip No. 221
[checked] issued July 15, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 15, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 154 [checked], dated April
12th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered April 12th, 1873, issued to Louis La
Rocque, delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent
listed with: La Rock, Antoine (1814)
155
Vivan, Louis (1838) [1850 U.S.]                                      ·
Vivier, Louis [*1868]                                         ·P69.11d
Vivier, Louis [Lake Superior Scrip]                                  ·
Vivier, Louis [R.L. Scrip #155]                                      ·
Vivier, Louis (1840) [1885, 1888]                                ·P168
Vivier, Louis Sr. (1841) [1886]                                 ·P168a
Vivier, Louis Sr. (1840) [1887, 1889]                           ·P168b
Vevier, Louis, Sr. (abt.1838) [V1:1] (WE-3133) [Powell 8/0050]          ·
[Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 172/172], born Red
River Br.
Lake Superior Halfbreed Scrip: Vivier, Louis; May 25, 1870 - St. Cloud,
Minn.
Pembina Annuity Roll, Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:157
                          - 1 man, 1 woman,   3 children     $ 12 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 155
[checked] issued April 12, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered April 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 155 [checked], dated April
12th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered April 12th, 1873, issued to Louis
Vivier, delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent
Pembina White Earth B.I.A. Enrollment, 1885:168 "Way ke che ke shig's
Band"; 1886:147; 1887:130; 1888:125; 1889:100 "Shay shay way ge shig's
Band"
Powell Genealogies, family #V1:1
[notation: "1/2"]
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #39s], as a Headman of the
White Earth Pembina Chippewa, he signed the agreement of 1889 at age 50.
son of: Vivan [Vivain], Francois (1819) and Vivan, Sarah (1817)
husband of, #1: Bottineau, Genevieve (1835) (WE-3134) [notation: "1/4"],
aka Grant, Angelique (May 2, 1834 - March 9, 1892)
issue: Vevier, Louis, Jr. (abt.1862) [V1:2] (WE-3130) [VRA #126] [notation:
"3/8"]
     Vevier, St. Ann (abt.1875-80) [V1:3] (WE-3135) [VRA #127] [notation:
"3/8"]
     Vivier, Julia (1870)
     Vevier, Joachim (1876 - 1900) [V1:4] (WE-3136) [VRA #128]
[notation: "3/8"]
     Vevier, Melanie (1879) [V1:5] (WE-3137) [VRA #129] [notation:
"3/8"]
     Vevier, Joseph (abt.1861) [V1:6] (WE-3139) [VRA #130] [notation:
"3/8"]
     Vevier, La Rose (abt.1860-8) [V1:7] [VRA #131], aka Thomas, La Rose
(abt.1860-8) [V1:7] [VRA #131] (WE-3145) [notation: "3/8"]
     Vevier, Margaret (abt.1867) [V1:8] [VRA #132] , aka Roy, Margaret
[V1:8] (WE-3148) [notation: "3/8"]
husband of, #2: Lequier, Mary
husband of, #3: Cecelia
156
Aikin, Agase [R.L. Scrip #156]                                       ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" [checkmark], Halfbreed
Scrip No. 156, issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered April 18, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 156 [checked], dated April
18th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered April 18th, 1873, issued to Agase
Aikin, delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent
157
Bellair, Francis [R.L. Scrip #157]                                   ·
Blair, Francis (1815) [1870 U.S.]                                    ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed Scrip No. 157
issued May 9, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, April
16, 1873, delivered May 9, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 157 [checked], dated May
9th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered May 9th, 1873, issued to Francis
Bellair, delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent
U.S. Census, Becker County, 1870, family 53, born Wisconsin - 1/2 breed,
laborer illiterate - cannot read or write, male citizen over age 21
also listed in household: Blair, Angelic (1850)
     Blair, Charlotte (abt.1835)
158
Bellehemeur, Michel Jr. [R.L. Scrip #158]                            ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed Scrip No. 158,
Schedule B., issued May 9, 1973, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, April 16, 1873, delivered May 9, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 158 [checked], dated May
9th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered May 9th, 1873, issued to Michel
Bellehemeur, Jr., delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent
159
Shibous, Josette (1819) [1850 U.S.]                                ·Ch
Chaboillez, Josette [1864]
Chaboilliz, Josette [1866]
Chaboiler, Josette [R.L. Scrip #159]                                 ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850:13/13  born: Missouri
River
Red Lake Annuity Roll, May dwa gwa no nind's Band - 1864:91
                            1 man, 2 women, 1 boy,           $ 36 paid
1865:**
1866:107                    1 man, 4 women,   1 child        $ 48 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 159
issued May 9, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, April
16, 1873, delivered May 9, 1873 [notation: "wife of Charle Chaboiler"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 159 [checked], dated May
9th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered May 9th, 1873, issued to "Josette
Chabioler, wife of Charle Chabioler, delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting
Agent
[1850: wife of: Shibous, Charles (1810)
[1850: mother of: Shibous, Alexis (1837)
     Shibous, Rose (1839)
     Shibous, Charles (1843)
     Shibous, Mary (1843)
     Shibous, Nancy (1849)
Red Lake Annuity Roll, May dwa gwa no nind's Band - 1864:91
                            1 man, 2 women, 1 boy,           $ 36 paid
1865:**
1866:107                    1 man, 4 women,   1 child        $ 48 paid
160
De Jourdan, Francois [R.L. Scrip #160/estate]                        ·
Jourdan, Francois [R.L. Scrip #160/estate]                           ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 160,
issued to De Jourdan, Margret as heir of Francois De Jourdan, on May 9,
1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, April 16, 1873,
delivered May 9, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 160 [checked], dated May
9th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered May 9th, 1873, issued to "Margret De
Jourdan, heir of Francois Jourdan," delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent

Dejardon, Margaret (1806) [1860 U.S.]                                ·
,',^,\',>"\': Ah wun ah quod oquay [8:69] [Powell 10/0100]           ·
De Jourdan, Margret [R.L. Scrip #160]                                ·
U.S. Census, Itasca County, 1860, family 204/204, born Minnesota -
mulatto
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 160,
issued to Margret De Jourdan as heir of De Jourdan, Francois, on May 9,
1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, April 16, 1873,
delivered May 9, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 160 [checked], dated may
9th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered May 9th, 1873, issued to "Margret De
Jourdan, heir of Francois Jourdan," sent to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent
Powell Genealogies, family #8:69
(O-2779) [notation: "X M/, X 2909"]
daughter of: },^"';}\,( Sha now ish kung [8:37] and /,{:\;\':';- Mah je
kik quay wis (2778)
wife of: Dejardon, Jean B. (1804)
issue: Dejardon, Paul (1840)
     DeJordan, Anna [8:109] (O-2780)
     Dejardon, James (1842) [8:108] (O-2910) [notation: "dead"]
     Dejardon, Margaret (1844)
     Dejardon, Elizabeth (1846)
     Dejardon, Bernard (1854)
161
De Jordon, Allex [R.L. Scrip #161]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 161
issued May 9, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, April
16, 1873, delivered May 9, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 151 [checked], dated May
9th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered May 9th, 1873, issued to Allex De
Jordan, delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent
162
Desjarlais, Peter (September 20, 1832) [VRA #10c]                    ·
Desjarlais, Peter [R.L. Scrip #162]
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #10c], baptized June 28,
1839.  His godparents were Reche, Joseph and Reche, Suzanne. He married
and had children. [VRA #66]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 162
issued May 9, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, April
16, 1873, delivered May 9, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 152 [checked], dated May
9, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered May 9, 1873, issued to Peter Desjarlais,
delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent
son of: Desjarlais, Louis dit Minock and Menoc, [VRA #10s] and
Bottineau, Frances (abt.1815) [VRA #10]
163
Defoe, Henry [R.L. Scrip #163]                                       ·
},(>,( (1845) Shan don                                            ·312
},>"( (1847) Shaw doon [1886]                                    ·312a
},'>"( (1846) Shaw doon [1887]                                   ·312b
},(>"( (1846-7) Shaun don [1889]
Default, Henry (1846-7) [1889]                                       ·
Defoe, Henry (1846-7) [1889 "Agreement", 1899, 1912]                 ·
},(>"( (1846-7) Shondon [1889 "Agreement"]
Defoe, Henry (1857) [1907-8]                                         ·
Defoe, Henry (1847) [1920]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 163
issued May 9, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, April
16, 1873, delivered May 9, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 163 [checked], dated May
9, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered May 9, 1873, issued to Henry Defoe,
delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent
Red Lake B.I.A. Enrollment, 1885:312 "Leading Feather's Band"  1886:288;
1887:308; 1888:, 1889:296, 1899:323, 1907:344, 1908:342, 1912:240/254,
1920:275/298
husband of: ">:}\':\,<":\ (1855) O dush quay gah bow eak
father of: Defoe, Susan (1872)
     }:<,\,/;\"\ (1880) She ban cam ig oke
     Defoe, John (1882)
     Margaret (1877) [1886]
     Defoe, Frank (1884) [1886]
     Defoe, Mary W. (1887-8) [1889]
164
Gourneau, Baptist [R.L. Scrip #164]                                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...."  Halfbreed Scrip No. 164
issued May 9, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, April
16, 1873, delivered May 9, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 164 [checked], dated May
9, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered May 9, 1873, issued to Baptist Gourneau,
delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent

Gourneaux, Francois [R.L. Scrip #165/estate]                         ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 165
issued May 9, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, April
16, 1873, delivered May 9, 1873, to Gourneau, Elizabeth, "heir of
Francois Gourneaux"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 165 [checked], dated May
9, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered May 9, 1873, issued to "Elizabeth
Gourneau,heir of Francois Gourneau," delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting
Agent
165
Gornon, Elizabeth [1864]
Gourneau, Elizabeth [R.L. Scrip #165/heir]
Gurnoe, Elizabeth (1810) [1885]                                     ·G
^:-:<:( (1810) Ne ze been [1886]                              ·Gurneau
^:-:<;( (1809) Ne ze been [1887]
,;-:<,( (1809-10) Ay se bun [1889]
Red Lake Annuity Roll, Nah gon e gwon abe's Band - 1864:317
                            2 men, 1 woman,                  $ 27 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 165
issued May 9, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, April
16, 1873, delivered May 9, 1873 [notation: "heir of Gourneaux,
Francois"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 165 [checked], dated May
9, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered May 9, 1873, issued to "Elizabeth
Gourneau,heir of Francois Gourneau," delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting
Agent
Red Lake B.I.A. Enrollment, 1885:326 "Leading Feather's Band"  1886:314;
1887:335; 1888:, 1889:327
"wid"
166
Saice, Baptiste [R.L. Scrip #166]                                    ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 166
issued May 9, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial Decision, April
16, 1873; delivered May 9, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 166 [checked], dated May
9, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered May 9, 1873, issued to Baptiste Saice,
delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent
167
Saice, Francois [R.L. Scrip #167]                                    ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 167
issued May 9, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial Decision, April
16, 1873; delivered May 9, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 167 [checked], dated May
9, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered May 9, 1873, issued to Francois Saise,
delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent
168
Sere, William [R.L. Scrip #168]                                      ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 168
[checked] issued May 9, 1873 under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered May 9, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 168 [checked], dated May
9, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered May 9, 1873, issued to William Sere,
delivered to Agent M.S. Cook, Acting Agent
169
Parrisen, Francois (1829) [1850 U.S.]                                ·
Parisian, Francois [R.L. Scrip #169]                                 ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 15/15, born Pembina,
Hunter
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 169
issued May 9, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872, delivered May 9, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 169 [checked], dated May
9th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered May 9, 1873, issued to Francois
Parisian, delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent
son of: Parrisen (Perisen), Leverture (1804) and , Marguritte (1810)
170
Grant, James [R.L. Scrip #170]                                       ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 170
[checked] issued May 10, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered May 10, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 170 [checked], dated May
10th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered May 10, 1873, issued to James Grant,
delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent
171
Grante, Charles (1824) [1850 U.S.]                              ·P88.4
Grant, Charles (1830) [1860 U.S.]                               ·P88.4
Grant, Cha's [*1868]                                           ·P88.4d
Grant, Charles [R.L. Scrip #171]                                     ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850:36/36  born: Red
River Br.  occupation: Indian trader
U.S. Census, Becker County, 1860:725/719  born: New York  occupation:
trader  estate $400
Pembina Annuity Roll, Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:227
                          - 1 man, 1 woman,   3 children     $ 15 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 171
issued May 10, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872, delivered May 10, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 171 [checked], dated May
10, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered May 10, 1873, issued to Charles Grant,
delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent
husband of [1850]: Grante, Eprozne (1824) born: Red River Br.
issue: Grante, Moyest (1845) born: Red River Br.
     Grante, Odel (1848) born: Red River Br.
husband of [1860]: Grant, Louize (1827) +
issue: Grant, Patrick (1847) born: Hudson's Bay Company Territory  race:
mulatto
     Grant, Charles (1851) born: Minnesota  race: mulatto
     Grant, Isabel (1855) born: Minnesota  race: mulatto
     Grant, Ellen (1839) born: Minnesota  race: mulatto
     Grant, William (1843) born: Minnesota  race: mulatto
     Grant, Cuthbert (1845) born: Minnesota  race: mulatto
172
Wilker [Wilkie], Baptiste (1803) [1850 U.S.]                         ·
Wilky, J. B't. [1849 Petition]                                       ·
Wilkey, John (Jean) Bte. [R.L. Scrip #172]                           ·
Wilkey, Battis [*1866-7]                                       ·P63.4b
Wilkey, Baptiste [1868]                                        ·P63.4d
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 94/94, born Pembina,
Hunter
1849 Petition: J. B't Wilky
Pembina Annuity Roll, Little Shell's Band, 1866:2/43
                          - 1 man, 1 woman,   4 children     $ 15 paid
1867:179                  - 1 man, 1 woman,   4 children     $ 24 paid
Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:144
[sic]                     - 1 man, 1 woman,   5 children     $ 21 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 172
[checked] issued May 10, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered May 10, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 172 [checked], dated May
10, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered May 10, 1873, issued to John (Jean) Bte.
Wilkey, delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent
husband of: Wilker, Ameble (1808)
issue: Wilker, Agustus (1829)
     Wilker, Alexander (1831)
     Wilker, Catherine (1834)
     Wilker, Magdelane (1837)
     Wilker, Elizabeth (1839)
     Wilker, Agate (1841)
     Wilker, Cecila (1843)
     Wilker, Marguritte (1845)
     Wilker, Antoine (1847)
     Wilker, Mary (1849)
173
Wallette, Isadore (April 2, 1830) [VRA #43s]                     ·
Ouillette, Isadore (April 2, 1830) [VRA #43s]                    ·
Wallet, Isidore [R.L. Scrip #466]                                ·
Wallette, Isidore [R.L. Scrip #173]                              ·
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #43s], baptized April 3,
1830, St. Boniface, Winnipeg, Canada
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 466 [checked] issued October 6, 1876, under the Authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered October 6, 1876; and
No. 173 issued May 10, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered May 10, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 173 [checked],
dated May 10, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered May 10, 1873, issued to
Isidore Wallette, delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent; and Number
466, dated Oct. 6, 1876, 160 Acres, delivered Oct. 6, 1876, issued
to Isidore Wallet, delivered to Agt. Stowe
son of: Wallette, Joseph [VRA #43s] and Daniels, Theresa aka Houle,
Theresa
husband of: Bottineau, Marie (abt.1834) [VRA #43], daughter of
Bottineau, Joseph (abt.1810) and Cardinal, Angelique (abt.1815)
issue: Wallette, Ambrose (abt.1852) [VRA #142]
     Wallette, Alphonsine [VRA #143]
     Wallette, Rebecca (abt.1855) [VRA #144]
     Ouellette, Tedde (abt.1866) [VRA #145]
     Walette, Francis (abt.1860) [VRA #146]
     Wallette, Joseph (abt.1865) [VRA #148]
     Wallette, Mary (abt.1870) [VRA #149], married a Champagne
     Wallette, Eliza (abt.1870) [VRA #150], married LaPointe
     Wallette, Eleanor (abt.1875) [VRA #151], married LaCerte
     Wallette, Philomene (abt.1870) [VRA #152]
174
Wallette, Francois (August 7, 1832) [VRA #44s]                       ·
Wallette, Francois [R.L. Scrip #174]                                 ·
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #44s], baptized August 12,
1832, St. Boniface, Winnipeg, Manitoba
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 174
issued May 10, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872; delivered May 10, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 174 [checked], dated May
10, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered May 10, 1873, issued to Francois
Wallette, delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent
son of: Wallette, Joseph [VRA #43s] and Daniels, Theresa aka Houle,
Theresa
husband of: Bottineau, Josette (abt.1836) [VRA #44]
issue: Wallette, Rebecca (abt.1859) [VRA #153]
     Wallette, Alphonsine (1856) [VRA #154]
     Wallette, Moses (1862) [VRA #155]
     Wallette, Marie (abt.1865) [VRA #156], married Legare
     Wallette, Elizabeth, married LaPointe
     Wallette, Seraphine (abt.1870) [VRA #158], married LaCerte
     Wallette, Marguerite (abt.1875) [VRA #159]
     Wallette, Mary Rose [VRA #160]
175
Wilker, Agustus (1829) [1850 U.S.]                                   ·
Wilky, Aug [1849 Petition]
Wilky, Augustin [R.L. Scrip #175]                                    ·
Wilkey, Augustin [*1866-7]                                     ·P63.2b
Wilkey, Augustine [1868]                                       ·P63.2d
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 94/94, born Pembina
[Hunter]
1849 Petition: Aug. Wilky
Pembina Annuity Roll, Little Shell's Band, 1866:2/23
                          - 1 man, 1 woman,   5 children     $ 17.50pd
1867:159                  - 1 man, 1 woman,   5 children     $ 28 paid
Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:164
                          - 1 man, 1 woman,   6 children     $ 24 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 175
issued May 10, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872; delivered May 10, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 175 [checked], dated May
10, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered May 10, 1873, issued to Augustin Wilkey,
delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent
son of: Wilker [Wilkie], Baptiste (1803) and , Ameble (1808)
176
Wilker, Alexander (1831) [1850 U.S.]                                 ·
Wilky, Al. [1849 Petition]                                           ·
Wilkey, Alexander [R.L. Scrip #176]                                  ·
Wilkey, Alexander [*1866-7]                                    ·P63.5b
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 94/94, born Red
River Br.
1849 Petition: Al. Wilky
Pembina Annuity Roll, Little Shell's Band, 1866:2/44
                          - 1 man, 1 woman,   4 children     $ 15 paid
1867:180                  - 1 man, 1 woman,   4 children     $ 24 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 176
[checked] issued May 10, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered May 10, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 176 [checked], dated May
10, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered May 10, 1873, issued to Alexander Wilkey,
delivered to M.S Cook, Acting Agent
son of: Wilker [Wilkie], Baptiste (1803) and , Ameble (1808)
177
Bonga, George (1800) [1860 U.S.]                                     ·
Bonga, George                                                   ·RLEmp
<,(\, Bong gaa [1864]                                            ·RL20
Bonga, George [R.L. Scrip #177]                                      ·
Red Lake, October 1, 1865: Interpreter
Pembina, 1865: U.S. Interpreter; Pembina, 1866: U.S. Interpreter;
Pembina, 1867: U.S. Interpreter
U.S. Census, Cass County, 1860, family 199/199, born Minnesota,
occupation Superintendent Indian Farm - Black, estate $2,500
Red Lake Annuity Roll, May dwa gwa no nind's Band - 1864:20
                            3 men, 3 women,                  $ 54 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed Scrip No. 177
issued May 15, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, May
13, 1873, delivered May 15, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 177 [checked], dated May
15, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered May 15, 1873, issued to George Bonga,
delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent
husband of: Bonga, Asiwinin (1814), born in Minnesota - Indian
issue: Bonga, James (1841), born in Minnesota - farm laborer - Black
     Bonga, Peter (1847), born in Minnesota - Black
     Bonga, William (1850), born in Minnesota - Black
     Bonga, Suzan (1852), born in Minnesota - Black
178
Decotier, Baptiste (1845) [1850 U.S.]                                ·
De Cautaux, Baptiste [R.L. Scrip #178]                               ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, family 9/9, born Red
River Br.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 178
issued May 15, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, May
13, 1873, delivered May 15, 1873 [notation: "secretary to Hon. M. H.
Dunnell, April 4, 1882.  Also see 4433/83 and report to Secretary March
20, 1883"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 178 [checked], dated May
15, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered May 15, 1873, issued to Baptiste De
cautaux, delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent
son of: Decotier [Decoutrea], Joseph (1803) and , Marie (1810)
179
Frederick, Joseph Jr. [R.L. Scrip #179]                              ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 179
issued May 15, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, May
13, 1873, delivered May 15, 1873 [notation: "Secretary to Honorable M.
H. Dunnell, April 4, 1882 and see sequent letter to Secretary dated
September 1, 1883"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 179 [checked], dated May
15, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered May 15, 1873, issued to Joseph Frederick,
Jr., delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent
180
Perrault, Joseph E. (WE-3047) [Powell 8/0032]                        ·
Perrault, Joseph E. [R.L. Scrip #180]                                ·
Perrault, Joseph E. (1842) [1885, 1887-8]                        ·P181
Perrault, J.E. (1843) [1886]                                    ·P181a
Perault, Joseph E. (1842) [1889]                                ·P181d
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 180
issued May 15, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, May
13, 1873, delivered May 15, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 180 [checked], dated May
15, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered May 15, 1873, issued to Joseph E.
Perrault, delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent
Pembina White Earth B.I.A. Enrollment, 1885:181 "Way ke che ke shig's
Band"; 1886:161; 1887:52; 1888:47; 1889:31 "Shay shay way ge shig's
Band"
husband of: Villebrun, Madeline [99:1] (WE-3048)
father of: Perrault, Antoine (1865) [99:12] (WE-3058) [notation: "5/16"]
     Perrault, Peter J. (1866) [99:10] (WE-3053) [notation: "5/16"]
     Perrault, Patrice L. (1868), aka Perrault, Patrick L. [99:11] (WE-
3057) [notation: "5/16"]
     Perrault, Romain (1870) [99:8] (WE-3049) [notation: "5/16"]
     Perrault, Edward (1873) [99:9] (WE-3052) [notation: "5/16"]
[1889: listed with his wife only
181
Saice, Joseph (White) [Powell 8/0035]                                ·
Saice, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #181]                                      ·
Powell Genealogies, family #S1:head
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 181
issued May 15, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial Decision, May
13, 1873; delivered May 15, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 181 [checked], dated May
15, 1893, 160 Acres, delivered May 15, 1873, issued to Joseph Saice,
delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent
husband of: Mary [notation: "(full)"]
issue: Saice, Charles [S1:1] (WE-3073) [notation: "1/2"]
     Saice, Joseph, Sr. [S1:2] (WE-3109) [notation: "1/2"]
     Lequier, Annie [S1:3] (WE-3061) [notation: "1/2"]
     Saice, Margaret [L5:1s] [Powell 8/0059]
182
Batoch, Antoine (1840) [1850 U.S.]                                   ·
Batosh, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #182]                                    ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, family 179/179, born
Red River Br.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" [notation: "Schedule B"],
Halfbreed Scrip No. 182, issued July 7, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 182 [checked], dated July
7th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 7th, 1873, issued to Antoine
Batosh, delivered to Agent E. Douglas
son of: Batoch, Baptiste (1825) and , Julie (1825)
183
Beauvier, Paul [*1868]                                        ·P63.19d
Beauvier, Paul [R.L. Scrip #183]                                     ·
Bouvier, Paul [R.L. Scrip #183]
Pembina Annuity Roll, Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:150
                          - 1 man, 1 woman,   4 children     $ 18 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 183,
issued July 7, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872, delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 183 [checked], dated July
7th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 7th, 1873, issued to Paul Bouvier,
delivered to Agent E. Douglas
184
CAPLETTE, Louis (1814) [1850 U.S.]                              ·P45.2
Caplet, Louis [*1865-8]                                        ·P45.2a
Caplette, Louis [R.L. Scrip #184]                                    ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850:35/35  born: Red
River Br.  occupation: hunter
Pembina Annuity Roll, Ais ance's Band, 1865:66
                          - 1 man, 1 woman,   5 children     $ 35 paid
Little Shell's Band, 1866:3/25
                          - 3 men, 4 women,   6 children     $ 32.50pd
1867:206                  - 3 men, 4 women,   6 children     $ 52 paid
Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:152
                          - 1 man, 1 woman,   2 children     $ 12 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 184
issued July 7, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872, delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 184 [checked], dated July
7th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 7th, 1873, issued to Louis
Caplette, delivered to Agent E. Douglas
husband of: Caplette, Isabella (1822) born: Pembina
father of: Caplette, Antoine (1842)
     Caplette, Marguritte (1844)
     Caplette, Julie (1848) born: Red River Br.
185
Charette, Baptiste (1810) [1850 U.S.]                                ·
Charette, Baptiste [Lake Superior Scrip]
Charette, John Bte. [R.L. Scrip #49]                                 ·
Charette, John [R.L. Scrip #185]                                     ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, family 33/33 and
family 72/72: born Pembina, Hunter
Lake Superior Halfbreed Scrip; April XX, 1866 - Humboldt, Cal.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 49
[checked] issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873 [notation:
"approved conditionally H.15"], Halfbreed Scrip No. 185 issued July 7,
1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872,
delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 49, dated February 12,
1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to John Bte.
Charette, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith; Number 185 [checked], dated
July 7th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 7th, 1873, issued to John
Charrette, delivered to Agent E. Douglas
husband of: Charette, Angelic (181l), born Red River Br.
issue: Charette, Alexander (1840), born Red River Br.
     Charette, Baptiste (1843), born Red River Br.
     Charette, Marguritte (1845), born Pembina
     Charette, Mary Ann (1848), born Red River Br.
     Charette, Moyese (1845), born Red River Br.
186
Caplette, Antoine (1842) [1850 U.S.]                            ·P45.3
Caplet, Antoine [*1868]                                        ·P45.3d
Caplette, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #186]                                  ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850:35/35  born: Red
River Br.
Pembina Annuity Roll, Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:154
                          - 1 man, 1 woman,   2 children     $ 12 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 186
[checked] issued July 7, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 186 [checked], dated July
7th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 7th, 1873, issued to Antoine
Captlette, delivered to Agent E. Douglas
son of: Caplette, Louis (1814) and Caplette, Isabella (1822)
187
Caplet, John B. [Lake Superior Scrip]                                ·
Caplette, Baptiste [R.L. Scrip #187]                                 ·
Lake Superior Halfbreed Scrip; Sept. 6, 1866 - San Francisco, Cal.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 187
issued July 7, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872, delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 187 [checked], dated July
7th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 7th, 1873, issued to Baptiste
Caplette, delivered to Agent E. Douglas
188
Charette, Louis [R.L. Scrip #188]                                    ·
Charette, Louis (abt.1844) [1889 "Agreement"]                           ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 188
[checked] issued July 7, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 188 [checked], dated July
7th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 7th, 1873, issued to Louis
Charrette, delivered to Agent E. Douglas
1889 agreement, Mississippi White Earth #230, age 45
189
Dauphininais, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #189]                               ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 189
issued July 7, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872, delivered July 7, 1873 [notation: "Conditionally 'L 53'"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 189 [checked], dated July
7, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 7th, 1873, issued to Joseph
Dauphininais, delivered to Agent E. Douglas
190
Desjarlais, Chas. [1849 Petition]                                    ·
Dejarlis, Chas. [R.L. Scrip #190]                                    ·
1849 Territorial Signatures: Chas. Desjarlais
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 190
issued July 7, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872, delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 190 [checked], dated July
7th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 7th, 1873, issued to Charles
Dejarlis, delivered to Agent E. Douglas
191
Decotier, Pierre (1839) [1850 U.S.]                                  ·
De Coteau, Pierre [R.L. Scrip #191]                                  ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, family 17/17, born
Red River Br.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 191
issued July 7, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872, delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 191 [checked], dated July
7th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 7th, 1873, issued to Pierre De
Coteau, delivered to Agent E. Douglas
son of: Decotier [Decotain], Pierre (1813) and , Josette (1822)
192
Forth, Dianne [R.L. Scrip #192]                                      ·
Faith, Dianne [R.L. Scrip #192]                                      ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 192
[checked] issued July 7, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 192 [checked], dated July
7th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 7th, 1873, issued to Dianne Faith,
delivered to Agent E. Douglas
193
Goslin, Paul [*1867]                                          ·P103.2c
Gosselin, Paul [1868]                                         ·P103.2d
Goslin, Paul [R.L. Scrip #193]                                       ·
Pembina Annuity Roll, Mis co muh quoh's Band, 1867:22
                          - 1 man, 4 women,   3 children     $ 32 paid
1868:28                   - 1 man, 2 women,   5 children     $ 32 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 193
[checked] issued July 7, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 193 [checked], dated July
7th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 7th, 1873, issued to Joseph Goslin,
delivered to Agent E. Douglas
194
Ladoux, John Bte. [R.L. Scrip #194]                                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 194
issued July 7, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872, delivered July 7, 1873 [notation: "conditionally 'H 28'"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 194 [checked], dated July
7th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 7th, 1873, issued to John Bte.
Ladoux, delivered to Agent E. Douglas
195
Lequier, Xavier [R.L. Scrip #195]                                    ·
Laquier, Harver (1835) [*1889]                                ·P107.2d
Lequier, Xavier (WE-3228) [Powell 8/0037]                            ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 195
issued July 7, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872, delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 195 [checked], dated July
7th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 7th, 1873, issued to Xavier
Lequier, delivered to Agent E. Douglas
Minnesota Chippewa Commission Enrollment, White Earth Pembina, 1889:46
"Way ke che ge shig's Band"
brother of: Lequier, Frank (abt.1837) [L1:1] (WE-3060)
196
Lecuyer, Michael [*1868]                                      ·P106.5d
Lequier, Mitchel [R.L. Scrip #196]
Laquier, Michael (1833) [*1889]                               ·P107.1d
Lequier, Michael (abt.1833) [L1:1a] (WE-3227) [Powell 8/0037] [notation:
"1/2"]                                                               ·
Pembina Annuity Roll, Mis co muh quah's Band, 1868:102
                          - 1 man, 1 woman,   2 children     $ 16 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 196
[checked] issued July 7, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 196 [checked], dated July
7th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 7th, 1873, issued to Mitchel
Lequier, delivered to Agent E. Douglas
Minnesota Chippewa Commission Enrollment, White Earth Pembina, 1889:45
"Way ke che ge shig's Band"
Powell Genealogies, Family #L1:1a
[notation: "brother of Lequier, Frank (abt.1837) [L1:1] (WE-3060) ?"]
husband of: Vevier, Mary (WE-3240) [notation: "1/2", sister of (WE-
3133)?"]
issue: Lequier, Virginia [L1:15] (WE-3241) [notation: "1/2"]
     Lequier, Sarah [L1:16] (WE-3242) [notation: "1/2"], who married
Saice, Alex, Jr. (WE-3114)
     Lequier, Mary [L1:17] (WE-32243) [notation: "1/2"], who married
Villebrun, Antoine (WE-2527)
     Lequier, Eliza [L1:18] (WE-3244) [notation: "1/2"], who married
Newton, Willie (White)
     Lequier, Andrew [L1:19] (WE-3245) [notation: "1/2"], who married
Augustin, Lizzie (WE-3209)
     Lequier, Joseph [L1:20] (WE-3246) [notation: "1/2"], who married
Guyon, Nancy (WE-3247)
     Slotter, Caroline [L1:21] (WE-3316) [notation: "1/2"]
     Kiplin, Eliza [L1:22] (WE-3317) [notation: "1/2"]
197
Langer, John (1827) [1850 U.S.]                                  ·
Lange, Jean [*1868]                                        ·P9.14d
Langie, John [R.L. Scrip #446]                                   ·
Langie, Jean [R.L. Scrip #197]                                   ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 166/166, born
Red River Br. [Pembina], [Hunter]
Pembina Annuity Roll, Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:190
                        1 man, 1 woman,   6 children,    $ 24 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 466 issued January 6, 1876, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered January 6, 1876; and Halfbreed
Scrip #197 [checked] issued July 7, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 197 [checked],
dated July 7th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 7th, 1873, issued to
Jean Langie, delivered to Agent E. Douglas; and Scrip Number 446,
dated January 6th, 1876, 160 Acres, delivered January 6th, 1876,
issued to John Langie, delivered to Agt. Stowe
listed with: Langer, Edward (1824)
198
Letendre, Exavier [R.L. Scrip #498]                                  ·
Letendre, Exavier [R.L. Scrip #198]                                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 498
issued July 7, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872, delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 198 [checked], dated July
7, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 7th, 1873, issued to Exavier
Letendre, delivered to Agent E. Douglas
199
Valier, Louisanta (1833) [1850 U.S.]                           ·
Lavaillet, Louis [R.L. Scrip #199]                             ·
Vallait, Louis [R.L. Scrip #30]                                ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 87/87, born
Red River Br.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 199 [checked] issued July 7, 1873, under the authority
of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 7, 1873;
and No. 30 issued November 18, 1872, under the Authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered November 18, 1872
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 30
[checked], dated November 18th, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered
November 18, 1872, issued to Louis Vallait, delivered to Agent
Smith
child of: Valier [Valle], Joseph (1814) and , Louise (1820)
200
Lacert, Pierre [R.L. Scrip #200]                                     ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 200
[checked] issued July 7, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 200 [checked], dated July
7th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 7th, 1873, issued to Pierre Lacert,
delivered to Agent E. Douglas
201
Marron [Moreau], Baptiste (1820) [1850 U.S.]                         ·
Maron, Batiste [*1868]                                        ·P63.18d
Morain, Baptiste [R.L. Scrip #201]                                   ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 41/41, born Pembina,
Hunter
Pembina Annuity Roll, Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:234
                          - 1 man, 4 women,   2 children     $ 21 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 201
[checked] issued July 7, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 7, 1873 [notation: "See to Agent
Luse, April 28, 1882, and his reply 9415-1882 and report to secretary,
August 25, 1882."]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 201 [checked], dated July
7th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 7th, 1873, issued to Baptiste
Morain, delivered to Agent E. Douglas
husband of: Marron, Mary (1830)
issue: Marron, Marguritte (1841)
     Marron, Mary (1847)
     Marron, Josette (1849)
202
Monette, Antoine [Scrip/note]                                        ·
Mounet, Michael [R.L. Scrip #76]                                     ·
Mounet, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #202]                                    ·
Pembina Annuity Roll, Ais ance's Band, 1865:64
                          - 1 man, 1 woman,   1 child        $ 15 paid
Little Shell's Band, 1866:3/9
                          - 1 man, 1 woman,   8 children     $ 25 paid
1867:189                  - 1 man, 1 woman,   8 children     $ 40 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 381,
Schedule B issued May 5, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered May 5, 1874 [notation: "same as
Monette, A., see B. Bot. Half"]; Halfbreed Scrip No. 76 issued February
12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872,
delivered February 12, 1873; and Halfbreed Scrip No. 202 [checked]
[notation: "same as Ant. Bellhemeur, see B. 136 & L 117] issued July 7,
1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872,
delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 76 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Michael Mounet, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith

Bellehemur, Antoine - Chief Nephew [*1865]                    ·P177.2a
Bellehimeur, Michael [*1866-7]                                ·P177.3b
Bellhemeur, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #381]                                ·
Monette, Antoine [Scrip/note]                                        ·
Mounet, Michael [R.L. Scrip #76]                                     ·
Mounet, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #202]                                    ·
Pembina Annuity Roll, Ais ance's Band, 1865:64
                          - 1 man, 1 woman,   1 child        $ 15 paid
Little Shell's Band, 1866:3/9
                          - 1 man, 1 woman,   8 children     $ 25 paid
1867:189                  - 1 man, 1 woman,   8 children     $ 40 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 381,
Schedule B issued May 5, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered May 5, 1874 [notation: "same as
Monette, A., see B. Bot. Half"]; Halfbreed Scrip No. 76 issued February
12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872,
delivered February 12, 1873; and Halfbreed Scrip No. 202 [checked]
[notation: "same as Ant. Bellhemeur, see B. 136 & L 117] issued July 7,
1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872,
delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 76 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Michael Mounet, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith; Number 202 [checked[,
dated July 7th, 1873, 160 Acres, issued to Antoine Mounet, delivered to
Agent E. Douglas
203
Paranteau, Peter [R.L. Scrip #203]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 203
issued July 7, 1973, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872, delivered July 7, 1873 [notation: "Conditionally, 'H 45'"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 203 [checked], dated July
7th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 7th, 1873, issued to Peter
Paranteau, delivered to Agent E. Douglas
204
Paquin, Baptiste (1805) [1850 U.S.]                                  ·
Paquin, Baptiste [R.L. Scrip #204]                                   ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 39/39, born Pembina,
Hunter
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 204
[checked] issued July 7, 1878, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 7, 1878
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 204 [checked], dated July
7th, 1873, [number of acres left blank], delivered July 7th, 1873,
issued to Baptiste Paquin, delivered to Agent E. Douglas
husband of: Paquin, Genevir (1815)
issue: Paquin, Marie (1832)
     Paquin, Antoine (1835)
205
Richotte, Michael [R.L. Scrip #205]                                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 205
issued July 7, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872, delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 205 [checked], dated July
7th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 7th, 1873, issued to Michael
Richotte, delivered to Agent E. Douglas
206
Richott, Raphel [R.L. Scrip #206]                                    ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 206
[checked] issued July 7, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 206 [checked], dated July
7th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 7th, 1873, issued to Raphel
Richott, delivered to Agent E. Douglas
207
Sutherland, Alexis [R.L. Scrip #207]                                 ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 207
issued July 7, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872; delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 207 [checked], dated July
7th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivred July 7th, 1873, issued to Alexis
Sutherland, delivered to Agent E. Douglas
208
Sutherland, Ambroise [R.L. Scrip #208]                               ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 208
issued July 7, 1870, under the Authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872; delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 208 [checked], dated July
7th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 7th, 1873, issued to Ambroise
Sutherland, delivered to Agent E. Douglas
209
Thomas, Louis [R.L. Scrip #209]                                      ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 209
[checked] issued July 7, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 209 [checked], dated July
7th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 7th, 1873, issued to Louis Thomas,
delivered to Agent E. Douglas
210
Thomas, Joseph [VRA #207p]                                           ·
Thomas, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #210]                                     ·
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #207p]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 210
issued July 7, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872; delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 210 [checked], dated July
7th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 7th, 1873, issued to Joseph Thomas,
delivered to Agent E. Douglas
husband of: Vivier, Catherine
issue: Thomas, Claudia (1876 - October 1, 1931) (TM-375)
     Thomas, Joseph (1868) (WE-3144)
211
Valier [Valle], Joseph (1814) [1850 U.S.]                            ·
Vallet, Joseph (1813) [1860 U.S.]                                    ·
Valley, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #211]                                     ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 87/87, born Red
River Br., Hunter
U.S. Census, Becker County, 1860, family 696/694, born Canada, common
laborer
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 211
issued July 7, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872; delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 211 [checked], dated July
7th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 7th, 1873, issued to Joseph Valley,
sent to Agent E. Douglas
husband of, #1: Valier, Louise (1820), born Red River Br.
issue: Valier, Louisanta (1833)
     Valier, Marie (1835)
     Valier, Marguritte (1837)
     Valier, Rossile (1841)
     Valier, Francois (1847)
     Valier, Philemon (1849)
husband of, #2: Vallet, Susan (1821), born Canada
issue: Vallet, George (1842)
     Vallet, Ellen (1844)
     Vallet, Julia (1846)
212
Villenueve, Hyacinth [R.L. Scrip #212]                               ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 212
[checked] issued July 7, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 212 [checked], dated July
7th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 7th, 1873, issued to Hyacinth
Villenueve, delivered to Agent E. Douglas
213
Vallier, J. Bt. [1849 Petition]                                      ·
Valier, Baptiste (1810) [1850 U.S.]                                  ·
Vallee, Baptiste [R.L. Scrip #213]                                   ·
Valle, Baptiste Sen'r [*1866-7]                              ·P149.11b
Valler, Baptiste (Sr) [1868]                                 ·P149.11d
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 117/117, born Red
River Br., Hunter
1849 Petition: J. Bt. Vallier
Pembina Annuity Roll, Little Shell's Band, 1866:3/19
                          - 1 man, 1 woman,   6 children     $ 20 paid
1867:199                  - 1 man, 1 woman,   6 children     $ 32 paid
Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:236
                          - 1 man, 2 women,   4 children     $ 24 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 213
[checked] issued July 7, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 213 [checked], dated July
7th, 1973, 160 Acres, delivered July 7th, 1873, issued to Batiste
Vallee, delivered to Agent E. Douglas
husband of: Valier, Marie (1819), born Red River Br.
issue: Valier, Louise (1837)
     Valier, Baptiste (1838)
     Valier, Leagas (1842)
     Valier, Alexis (1844)
     Valier, Mary (1846)
     Valier, Antoine (1848)
     Valier, Abraham (1849)
214
Valier, Antoine (1848) [1850 U.S.]                                   ·
Valle, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #214]                                     ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 117/117, born Red
River Br.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip NO. 214
issued July 7, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872; delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 214 [checked], dated July
7th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 7, 1873, issued to Antoine Vallee,
delivered to Agent E. Douglas
son of: Valier, Baptiste (1810) and , Marie (1819)
215
Aitkin, Selam (1839 - 1889) [58:58] [V.R. #244] [Powell 10/0280] [Powell
8/0030]                                                              ·
Aitkins, Selim (1835) [1860 U.S.]                                    ·
Aitkins, Salim [R.L. Scrip #215]                                     ·
[U.S. Census, Crow Wing County, 1860 (listed under #25, Joseph Adams,
Voyageur)] Minnesota, voyageur
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" [checkmark], Halfbreed
Scrip No. 215, issued July 15, 1870, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 16, 1873
Powell Genealogies, family #58:58
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 215 [checked], dated July
15th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 16th, 1873, issued to Salim
Aitkins, delivered to Agent E. Douglas
[V.R., Broken Tooth Genealogy, #244] "He is listed in the 1850 Minnesota
Territorial Census in Benton County, age 11, born Minnesota.  He applied
for Half Breed Scrip in 1865 while living in Cass County, Minnesota,
'father an Englishman, mother a full blood who was born & lived at Sandy
Lake.'  Selam Aitkin was a Civil War soldier in Co. G., 9th Minn. Reg.
and was discharged for disability 6 Oct 1863."
son of: Aitkin, William Alexander (White) (1785) [V.R. #61], aka
},\,^,}:) Sha gah naush eence, aka \:{:\,^:\':[ Ke che gahne gwabe and
"(<:<:',^"\':(abt.1815 - December, 1893) Om be be won o quay [58:13], aka
Hole-in-the-Day, Mary (abt.1815 - December, 1893) [V.R. #61]
husband of: }"\"\: (1844 - August 16, 1925) Sho ge ge [27:37], aka
},\"{: (1844 - 1925) Sha-go-je (WE-4058), " daughter of \':':-:);} Que-
we-zaince-ish and "\, O-gah.  Sha-go-je was age 44 in the 1889 Gull Lake
census.  Selam Aitkin had no children with Sha-go-je and no other
marriages or children found." [V.R. #244s]
"no issue"
216
Dejarlais, Abraham [*1868]                                          ·D
Dejarlis, Abraham [R.L. Scrip #216]                                  ·
Pembina Annuity Roll, Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:231
                          - 1 man, 1 woman,   7 children     $ 27 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 216
issued July 15, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872, delivered July 16, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 216 [checked], dated July
15th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 16th, 1873, issued to Abraham
Dejarlis, delivered to Agent E. Douglass
217
Dumand, Cyrith (1841) [U.S. 1860]                                    ·
Du Mas, Ceuile [Cenile] [R.L. Scrip #217]                            ·
Dumay, Ceuile [Cenile] [R.L. Scrip #217]                             ·
U.S. Census, Crow Wing County, 1860, (listed under #1, Clement H.
Beaulieu, Indian Trader), born Lower Canada, servant
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 217
issued July 15, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872, delivered July 16, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 217 [checked], dated July
15th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 16th, 1873, issued to Cenile Du
Mas (or Dumay), delivered to Agent Douglass
husband of: Dumand, Delphine (1839), born Lower Canada, servant
218
DELORME, Joseph (1815) [1850 U.S.]                             ·P175.1
Delorme, Joseph [*1866-7]                                     ·P175.1b
Delorme, Joseph (Sr) [1868]                                   ·P175.1d
Delorme, Joseph Sen. [R.L. Scrip #218]                               ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850:96/96  born: Pembina
occupation: hunter
Pembina Annuity Roll, Little Shell's Band, 1866:3/8
                          - 1 man, 2 women,   6 children     $ 22.50pd
1867:188                  - 1 man, 2 women,   6 children     $ 36 paid
Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:240
                          - 1 man, 1 woman,   7 children     $ 27 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 218,
issued July 15, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872, delivered July 16, 1873 [notation: "Patented May 21, 1881"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 218 [checked], cated July
15th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 16th, 1873, issued to Joseph
Delorme, Sen'r, delivered to Agent Douglass
husband of: Delorme, Isabella (1815) born: Pembina [1850 U.S.]
issue: Delorme, Isabella (1836) born: Red River Br.
     Delorme, Joseph (1837) +
     Delorme, Ann (1841) born: Red River Br.
     Delorme, Elizabeth (1843) born: Pembina
219
Grandbois, Louis (1845) [1850 U.S.]                                  ·
Grandbois, Louis [R.L. Scrip #219]                                   ·
Grandbois, Louis, Junior [R.L. Scrip #349]                           ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, born Red River Br.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 219
[checked] issued July 15, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 16, 1873 [notation: "Supposed
Sr."]; and Halfbreed Scrip No. 349 issued April 18, 1874, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered April 18,
1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 219 [checked], dated July
15th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 16th, 1873, issued to Louis
Grandbois, delivered to Agent Douglass
son of: Grandbois, Pierre (1830) and , Sophia (1835)
220
Jerome, Andre (1828) [1850 U.S.]                                     ·
Jerome, Andrew [R.L. Scrip #220]                                     ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, family 62/62, born
Red River Br. Hunter
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 220
[checked] issued July 15, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 16, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 220 [checked], dated July
15th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 16th, 1873, issued to Andrew
Jerome, delivered to Agent Douglass
son of: Jerome, Martin (1800) and , Elizabeth (1809)
221
Laroque, Louis (1829) [1860 U.S.]                                    ·
La Rocque, Louis [R.L. Scrip #154]                                   ·
La Roque, Louis Jr. [R.L. Scrip #221]                                ·
U.S. Census, Becker County, 1860, family 753 747, born Minnesota, common
laborer - mulatto
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 154
issued April12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872, delivered April 12, 1873; and Halfbreed Scrip No. 221
[checked] issued July 15, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 15, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 154 [checked], dated April
12th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered April 12th, 1873, issued to Louis La
Rocque, delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent; Numbr 221 [checked], dated
July 15th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 16th, 1873, issued to Louis
La Roque, Jr., delivered to Agent Douglass
listed with: La Rock, Antoine (1814)
222
Laurent, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #222]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 222
issued July 15, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872, delivered July 15, 1873 [notation: "{suspension removed See
14749-1882} See 10231=1881 and LeB.99"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 222 [checked], dated July
15th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 16th, 1873, issued to Antoine
Laurant, delivered to Agent Douglass
223
La Plant, Oliver [R.L. Scrip #223]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...."  Halfbreed Scrip No. 223,
issued July 15, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872, delivered July 16, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 223 [checked], dated July
15th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 16th, 1873, issued to Oliver La
Plant, delivered to Agent Douglass
224
La Roque, Calice [R.L. Scrip #224]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 224
[checked] issued July 15, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 15, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 224 [checked], dated July
15th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 16th, 1873, issued to Calice La
Roque, delivered to Agent Douglass
225
Marchand, Felix [R.L. Scrip #225]                                    ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 225
issued July 15, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June
12, 1872, delivered July 15, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 225 [checked], dated July
15th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 16th, 1873, issued to Felix
Marchad, delivered to Agent Douglass
226
Mason, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #226]                                  ·
Mason, Joseph (1869) [1910 U.S.]                                 ·
Mason, Joe (1869) [1899, 1908, 1912, 1920, 1930, 1938]           ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 226 issued July 15, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 15th, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 226 [checked],
dated July 15th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 16th, 1873, issued
to Joseph Mason, delivered to Agent Douglass
Red Lake B.I.A. Enrollment, 1899:533, 1908:547, 1912:760/794,
1920:837/875, 1930:1102, 1938:1254/1219
U.S. Census, Red Lake Reservation, Beltrami County, Minnesota, 1910,
family 30/32: male Indian, married 12 years, Chippewa Indian born in
Minnesota, parents Chippewa Indian born in Minnesota, occupation
Laborer and Stage Driver, "ration Indian," illiterate, cannot read
or write, "3/4 Indian blood, 1/4 White blood," married once in 1910,
"civilized"
son of: ** and >,/";:( (1856) Tah mo yain
(CL) husband of, #1: Vasseur, Caroline (1858)
issue: Mason, Frank (1894)
husband of, #2: <:\:>:,}:\ (1878) Pay ke tay aush eke, aka May,
Sarah (1878)
issue: Mason, Lizzie (1908)
     Mason, Dale (1911)
     Mason, Ambrose (1913)
     Mason, John (1912)
[1938: grandfather of: Mason, George (November 18, 1919)
     Mason, Frank Ambrose, Jr. (November 18, 1919)
[1930: living at Redlake, Beltrami County, Minnesota, blood quantum
"full"]
[1938: blood quantum "3/4"]
227
Morriset, Arsene [R.L. Scrip #227]                               ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 227 issued July 15, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 16, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 227 [checked],
dated July 15th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 16th, 1873, issued
to Arsene Morriset, delivered to Agent Douglass
228
Packnand, Michael [R.L. Scrip #228]                              ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 228 [checked] issued July 15, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 16, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 228 [checked],
dated July 15th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 16th, 1873, issued
to Michael Packnaud, sent to Agent Douglass
229
Paul, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #229]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 229 issued July 15, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 16, 1873 [notation:
"Patented May 21, 1881"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 229 [checked],
dated July 15th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 16th, 1873, issued
to Joseph Paul, delivered to Agent Douglass
230
Potral, Henrie [R.L. Scrip #230]                                 ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 230 [checked] issued July 15, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 16, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 230 [checked],
dated July 15th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 16th, 1873, issued
to Henrie Potral, delivered to Agent Douglass
231
St. Luke, John B. (White) [S6:1] [Powell 8/0059]                 ·
St. Luke, Baptiste [R.L. Scrip #231]                             ·
Powell Genealogies, family #S6:1
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 231 [checked] issued July 15, 1873, under the Authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered July 16, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 231 [checked],
dated July 15th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 16th, 1873, issued
to Baptiste St. Luke, delivered to Agent Douglass
husband of: Rusette, Louisa (WE-3045), or La Louisa (WE-3045)
[notation: 1/2"], who also married Saice, Joseph, Sr. (abt.1822) [S1:2]
(WE-3109)
issue: St. Luke, John [S6:2] (WE-3176)
232
Smith, Louis [R.L. Scrip #232]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 232 issued July 15, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered July 16, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 232 [checked],
dated July 15th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 16th, 1873, issued
to Louis Smith, delivered to Agent Douglass
233
Ste. Germain, Joseph [Lake Superior Scrip]                       ·
St. Germin, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #233]                             ·
Lake Superior Halfbreed Scrip; Jan. 18, 1869 - Stevens Point, Wis.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 233 [checked] issued July 15, 1873, under the Authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered July 16, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 233 [checked],
dated July 15th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 16th, 1873, issued
to Joseph St. Germin, delivered to Agent Douglass
234
Thomas, Louis Jr. [R.L.Scrip #234]                               ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 234 issued July 15, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered July 16, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 234 [checked],
dated July 15th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 16th, 1873, issued
to Louis Thomas, Jr., delivered to Agent Douglass
235
Vivier, Bernard [R.L. Scrip #235]                                ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 235 [checked] issued July 15, 1873, under the Authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered July 16th, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 235 [checked],
dated July 15th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 16th, 1873, issued
to Brnard Vivier, delivered to Agent Douglass
236
Vandall, Pierre (1814) [1850 U.S.]                               ·
Vandal, Pr'e. [1849 Petition]                                    ·
Vandale, Peter [R.L. Scrip #347]                                 ·
Vandall, Pierre [R.L. Scrip #236]                                ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 139/139, born
Red River Br., Hunter
1849 Petition: Pr'e. Vandal
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 347 [checked] issued April 15, 1874, under the Authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered April 15, 1874; and
Halfbreed Scrip No. 236 issued July 15, 1873, under the Authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered July 16, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 236 [checked],
dated July 15th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 16th, 1873, issued
to Pierre Vandall, delivered to Agent Douglass
husband of: Vandall, Julie (1820), born Red River Br.
issue: Vandall, Pierre (1836)
     Vandall, Ann (1838)
     Vandall, Rossilie (1840)
     Vandall, Mary Ann (1842)
     Vandall, Marguritte (1844)
     Vandall, John (1847)
     Vandall, Francois (1849)
237
Houl, Antoine (1838) [1850 U.S.]                                 ·
Hool, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #237]                                  ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, family 162/162,
born Red River Br.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 237 issued July 19, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 19, 1873 [notation: "see Sch
B. No. 367, heir of Hool, Josette"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 237 [checked],
dated July 19th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 19th, 1873, issued
to "Josette Hool, heir at law Antoine Hool," delivered to Agt.
Douglass
son of: Houl, Charles (1798) and , Catherine (1810)

Hool, Josette [R.L. Scrip #237/estate]                           ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 237 issued July 19, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 19, 1873 [notation: "see
Schedule B, No. 367" -- Hool, Antoine is listed as her heir]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 237 [checked],
dated July 19th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 19th, 1873, issued
to "Josette Hool, heir at law Antoine Hool," delivered to Agt.
Douglass
238
Brandconier, Jean B. [R.L. Scrip #238]                           ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [notation: "B"],
Halfbreed Scrip No. 238, issued July 30, 1873, under the authority
of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 30, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 238 [checked],
dated July 30th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 30th, 1873, issued
to Jean B. Bandconier, delivered to Agent Douglass
239
Delorme, Joseph (1837) [1850 U.S.]                         ·P175.2
Delorme, Joseph (Jr) [*1868]                              ·P175.2d
Deloreme, Joseph Jun. [R.L. Scrip #239]                          ·
Delaum, Joseph [D6:head] [Powell 8/0059]                         ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850:96/96  born: Red
River Br. 
Pembina Annuity Roll, Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:241
                      - 1 man, 1 woman,   2 children     $ 12 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 239 issued July 30, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 30, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 239 [checked],
dated July 30th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 30th, 1873, issued
to Joseph Delorme, Jun., delivered to Agent Douglass
Powell Genealogies, family #D6:head
son of: Delorme, Joseph (1815) and Delorme, Isabella (1815)
husband of: Courchesne, Angeline, aka Gingras, Angeline [Powell]
issue: Delaum, Philomene [D6:1] (WE-3193)
     Delorme, Joseph (September 23, 1868 - October 9, 1939) (TM-251)
[VRA #123s]
240
Deshain, Joseph (1845) [1850 U.S.]                             ·
Duchaune, Joseph (Sen'r) [R.L. Scrip #287]                     ·
Duchaune, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #240]                             ·
Duseaume, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #18]                              ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850:56/56, born Red
River Br.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 287 issued January 13, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered January 13, 1874;
Halfbreed Scrip No. 240, issued July 30, 1873, under the authority
of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 30, 1873;
and Halfbreed Scrip No. 18 issued November 18, 1872, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered
November 18, 1872
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 18, dated
November 18, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered November 18, 1872, issued
to Joseph Duseaume, delivered to Agent Smith
son of: Deshain, Pierre (1819) and , Josette (1825)
241
Hamelin, Jos. [1849]                                                 ·
Amlin, Jonas [R.L. Scrip #135]                                       ·
Amlin, Johanas [R.L. Scrip #135]                                     ·
Hamlin, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #241]                                     ·
1849 Petition: Jos. Hamelin
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [checkmark], Halfbreed
Scrip No. 135, notation "Commonly known as Amlin, Johanas," scrip issued
March 5, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12,
1872, delivered March 6, 1873, and Halfbreed Scrip No. 241 issued July
30, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872,
delivered July 30, 1873 [notation: "'L 76' Conditionally"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 135 [checked], dated March
5th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered March 6th, 1873, issued to Jonas Amlin,
delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
242
La Douceure, Bazile [R.L. Scrip #242]                            ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 242 issued July 30, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 30, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 242 [checked],
dated July 30th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 30th, 1873, issued
to Bazile La Douceure, delivered to Agent Douglass
243
Lawrence, Charles [R.L. Scrip #243]                              ·
Laurence, Charles [R.L. Scrip #243]                              ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 243 [checked] issued July 30, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 30, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 242 [checked],
dated July 30th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 30th, 1873, issued
to Charles Laurence, delivered to Agt. Douglass
244
Pilot, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #244]                                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 244 issued July 30, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 30, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 244 [checked],
dated July 30th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 30th, 1873, issued
to Joseph Pilot, delivered to Agt. Douglass
245
Richotte, Pierre [R.L. Scrip #245]                               ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 245 [checked] issued July 30, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 30, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 245 [checked],
dated July 30th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 30th, 1873, issue
to Pierre Richotte, delivered to Agent Douglass
246
St. Germin, Augustine [R.L. Scrip #246]                          ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 246 [checked] issued July 30, 1873, under the Authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered July 30, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 246 [checked],
dated July 30th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 30th, 1873, issued
to Augustine St. Germin, delivered to Agt. Douglass
247
Tifault, Thomas [R.L. Scrip #247]                                ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 247 [checked] issued July 30, 1873, under the Authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered July 30, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 247 [checked],
dated July 30th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 30th, 1873, issued
to Thomas Tifault, delivered to Agt. Douglass
248
DAVIS, William (1824) [1850 U.S.]                                ·
Davis, William Sr. [R.L. Scrip #248]                             ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, family 116/116,
born Pembina, occupation Hunter
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 248 [checked] issued August 12, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered August 12, 1873
[notation: "404 ... " [illegible]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 248 [checked],
dated August 12th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered August 12th, 1873,
issued to William Davis, delivered to Agent Douglass
husband of: Davis, Marie (1830), born Red River Br.
issue: Davis, William (1844), born Red River Br.
249
Grant, Cuthbert (1845) [1860 U.S., R.L. Scrip #249]              ·
U.S. Census, Becker County, 1860:725/719 born: Minnesota  race:
mulatto
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 249 issued August 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered August 12, 1873
son of: Grant, Charles (1830)
250
\:}:':':,} Kay zhe way way aush [13:58] [Powell 10/0129]         ·
\:}:':':,} Kay zhe way way aush [13:58] [Powell 10/0131]         ·
Morrison, Bostwick [13:58] [Powell 10/0131]                      ·
Morrison, Bostwick [13:58] (O-2426) [Powell 10/0129]             ·
Morrison, Bostwick [R.L. Scrip #250]                             ·
Powell Genealogies, family #13:58
(O-2426) [notation: "1/2"]
[notation: "1/2"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 250 [notation: "H 71"] issued August 12, 1873, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered August
12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 250, dated August
12th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered August 12th, 1873, issued to
Bostwick Morrison, delivered to Agent Douglass
child of: Morrison, Agos [47:6] and ,;\"{:<:^:- Ay go je bin ace
[13:10]
spouse of: "/,/,{:\',( O mah mah je gwon (O-2427 X M/) ["Child of
"\:/,',[ O ge mah wub and ':/:\,^, Way me kah nah (L.L.)"]
issue: \:}:':':,} Kay zhe way way aush [13:223] (O-2429), who
married McKinsey, John
     Morrison, Allen [13:224] (O-2428)
     Morrison, Mary [13:224a], or Trotochaud, Mary [13:224a] (O-
2430), who married Trotochaud, Antoine
251
Morrison, Joseph [Lake Superior Scrip]                           ·
Morrison, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #251]                               ·
Lake Superior Halfbreed Scrip: Morrison, Joseph; May 24, 1859 -
Buchanan, Minn.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 151 issued August 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered August 12, 1873 [notation:
"Patented May 21, 1881"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 251 [checked],
cated August 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered August 12, 1873, issued
to Joseph Morrison, delivered to Agent Douglass
252
Smith, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #252]                                    ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No.
252 issued August 12, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered August 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 252 [checked],
dated August 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered August 12, 1873, issued to
Joseph Smith, delivered to Agent Douglass
253
Dice, John (1828) [1860 U.S.]                                ·P162.4
Das, John [*1865]                                           ·P162.4a
Dease, John [R.L. Scrip #253]                                      ·
U.S. Census, Becker County, 1860:683/683  born: Oregon  occupation:
common laborer
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
253 issued August 28, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered August 28, 1873
[1860: husband of: Dice, Ellen (1832) +
[1860: father of: Dice, Mary (1848) born: Minnesota
     Dice, Sally (1851) born: Minnesota
     Dice, Henry (1853) born: Minnesota
     Dice, Robert (1856) born: Minnesota
Pembina Annuity Roll, Ais ance's Band, 1865:60
                        - 1 man, 1 woman,   1 child        $ 15 paid
254
La Rocque, Baptiste (1848) [1850 U.S.]                      ·P162.14
Laloche, John Baptiste [Lake Superior Scrip]                       ·
Laroque, Batiste [*1868]                                   ·P162.14d
Laroque, Baptiste Sr. [R.L. Scrip #309]                            ·
La Roque, Batiste Jr. [R.L. Scrip #254]                            ·
LaRogue, John B. [La Court d'Oreille]                              ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850:140/140  born:
Pembina
Lake Superior Halfbreed Scrip: Laloche, John Baptiste; May 10, 1869 -
San Francisco, Cal. (2 lots, 1 subdivision)
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
309 issued January 19, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874; and Halfbreed
Scrip No. 254 issued September 26, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered September 26, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 254 [checked],
dated September 26, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered September 26th, 1873,
issued to Baptiste La Roque, Jr., delivered to Agent Douglass
Pembina Annuity Roll, Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:173
                        - 1 man, 1 woman,   8 children     $ 30 paid
La Court d'Oreille Allotment: John B. Larogue
[1850: listed with: La Rocque, Josette (1838)
255
Barousa, Ambrose [R.L. Scrip #255]                                 ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [checked], Halfbreed
Scrip No. 255
, issued December 20, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered December 20, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 255 [checked[,
dated December 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered December 20th, 1873,
issued to Ambroise Barousa, delivered to Agent Douglass
256
Charette, Alexander (1840) [1850 U.S.]                             ·
Charette, Alexander [R.L. Scrip #256]                              ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, family 33/33 and
family 72/72, born Red River Br.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
256 [checked] issued December 20, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered December 20, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 256 [checked],
cated December 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered December 20th, 1873,
issued to Alexander Charette, delivered to Agent Douglass
son of: Charette, Baptiste (1810) and , Angelic (181l)
257
COLLINS, J. Baptiste (1794) [1850 U.S.]                      ·P149.8
Colland, Battees [*1866-7]                                  ·P149.8b
Calin, Joseph Bte. [R.L. Scrip #257]                               ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850:58/58  born: Red
River Br.  occupation: hunter
Pembina Annuity Roll, Little Shell's Band, 1866:3/15
                        - 1 man, 1 woman,   2 children     $ 10 paid
1867:195                - 1 man, 1 woman,   2 children     $ 16 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
257 [checked] issued December 20, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered December 20, 1873
[notation: "Sec L 36 & 37"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 257 [checked],
dated December 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered December 20th, 1873,
issued to Joseph Bte. Colin, delivered to Agent Douglass
husband of: Collins, Elizabeth (1810) born: Pembina
father of: Collins, Antoine (1828) +
     Collins, Susana (1825) born: Red River Br.
     Collins, Baptiste (1831) born: Red River Br.  occupation: hunter
     Collins, Louise (1833) born: Red River Br.
     Collins, Russilie (1842) born: Red River Br.
     Collins, Maxime (1844) born: Pembina
258
DELORME, Bazil (1803) [1850 U.S.]                            ·P175.3
Delorme, Bazile [*1866-7]                                   ·P175.3b
De Lorme, Basil [R.L. Scrip #258]                                  ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850:89/89  born:
Pembina  occupation: hunter
Pembina Annuity Roll, Little Shell's Band, 1866:3/26
                        - 1 man, 1 woman,   2 children     $ 10 paid
1867:207                - 1 man, 1 woman,   2 children     $ 16 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
258 issued December 20, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered December 20, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 258 [checked],
dated December 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered December 20th, 1873,
issued to Bazil De Lorme, delivered to Agent Douglass
husband of: Delorme, Marguritte (1807) born: Red River Br.
259
De Lorme, William [R.L. Scrip #259]                                ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
259 issued December 20, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered December 20, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 259 [checked],
dated December 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered December 20th, 1873,
issued to William De Lorme, delivered to Agent Douglass
260
Duchaune, Baptiste Jr. [R.L. Scrip #260]                           ·
Ducharme, Baptiste, Junior [R.L. Scrip #260]                       ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
260 issued December 20, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered December 20, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 260 [checked],
dated December 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered December 20th, 1873,
issued to Baptiste Ducharme, Junior, delivered to Agt. Douglass
261
Duchaune, Baptiste [R.L. Scrip #261]                               ·
Ducharme, Baptiste [R.L. Scrip #261]                               ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
261 issued December 20, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered December 20, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 261 [checked],
dated December 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered December 20th, 1873,
issued to Baptiste Ducharme, delivered to Agent Douglass
262
Gardipin, Baptiste (1835) [1850 U.S.]                              ·
Gardipie, Batiste (1833) [1860 U.S.]                               ·
Gariepe, Jno B. [R.L. Scrip #262]                                  ·
Gariepe, John B. [R.L. Scrip #262]                                 ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, Family 183/183,
born Pembina, Hunter
U.S. Census, Becker County, 1860, family 722/710, born Hudson's Bay
Company Territory,  common laborer - mulatto
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
262 [checked] issued December 20, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered December 20, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 262 [checked],
dated December 20th, 1873, 16 Acres, delivered December 20th, 1873,
issued to John B. Gariepe, delivered to Agt. Douglass
son of: Gardipie, Louis (1805) and , Angelic (1805)
listed with household of [1850]: Gardipin, Francois (1824)
263
Gladue, Michael[e] (1824) [1860 U.S.]
Glandue, Michael [*1868]                                    ·P63.16d
Gladdue, Michael [R.L. Scrip #263]                                 ·
U.S. Census, Becker County, 1860, family 705/699, born Wisconsin -
mulatto
Pembina Annuity Roll, Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:149
                        - 1 man, 1 woman,   4 children     $ 18 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
263 [checked] issued December 30, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered December 30, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 263 [checked],
dated December 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered December 20th, 1873,
issued to Michael Gladdue, delivered to Agent Douglass
listed with household of [1860]: Gladue, Charles (1820)
264
Goslin, Augustine [R.L. Scrip #264]                                ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
264 issued December 20, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered December 20, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 264 [checked],
dated December 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, issued to Augustine Goslin,
delivered to Agent Douglass
265
Goslin, Turneau [R.L. Scrip #265]                                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
265 issued December 20, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered December 20, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 265 [checked],
dated December 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered December 20th, 1873,
issued to Turneau Goslin, delivered to Agent Douglass
266
Grandbois, Isidore (1839) [1850 U.S.]                              ·
Granbois, Ezidore [R.L. Scrip #266]                                ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, born Red River Br.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
266 issued December 20, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered December 20, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 266 [checked],
dated December 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered December 20th, 1873,
issued to Ezidore Grandbois, delivered to Agt. Douglass
son of: Grandbois, Pierre (1830) and , Sophia (1835)
267
Gardipin, Louis (1839) [1850 U.S.]                                 ·
Guardippe, Louis [R.L. Scrip #267]                                 ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, Family 183/183,
born Pembina
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
267 issued December 20, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered December 20, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 267 [checked],
issued December 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered December 20th, 1873,
issued to Louis Guardippe, delivered to Agt. Douglass
listed with household of: Gardipin, Francois (1824)
268
Laforte, Pierre [R.L. Scrip #268]                                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
268 issued December 20, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered December 20, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 268 [checked],
dated December 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered December 20th, 1873,
issued to Pierre Laforte, delivered to Agent Douglass
269
Laforte, Ninim (Romaine) [R.L. Scrip #269]                         ·
Laforte, Nimine [R.L. Scrip #269]                                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
269 issued December 20, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered December 20, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 269 [checked],
dated December 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered December 20th, 1873,
issued to Nimine Laforte, delivered to Agent Douglass
270
Laframbois, Louis (1830) [1850 U.S.]                               ·
Lafranboise, Loui [Lake Superior Scrip]                            ·
La Franboise, Louis Jr. [R.L. Scrip #270]                          ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 176/176, born Red
River Br. Hunter
Lake Superior Halfbreed Scrip: Lafranboise, Loui; Aug. 20, 18XX -
St.Cloud, Minn.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
270 issued December 20, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered December 20, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 270 [checked],
dated December 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered December 20th, 1873,
issued to Louis La Franboise, Jr., delivered to Agnt Douglass
husband of: Laframbois, Mary (1830), born Red River Br.
issue: Laframbois, Mary (1846)
     Laframbois, Julie (1847)
     LaFrambois, Angelic (1850)
271
Langer, Edward (1824) [1850 U.S.]                                  ·
Lange, Edward [*1868]                                        ·P9.13d
Lange, Edward [R.L. Scrip #271]                                    ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 166/166, born Red
River Br. [Pembina]
Pembina Annuity Roll, Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:189 -
                          1 man, 1 woman,   9 children     $ 33 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
271 issued December 20, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered December 20, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 271 [checked],
dated December 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered December 20th, 1873,
issued to Edward Lange, delivered to Agent Douglass
husband of: Langer, Marguritte (1828), born Red River Br.
issue: Langer, Edward (1840)
     Langer, Joseph (1847)
     Langer, Marguritte (1849)
also listed: Langer, Marguritte (1800)
     Langer, Marie (1825)
     Langer, John (1827)
     Langer, Antoine (1832)
     Langer, Alexis (1834)
     Langer, Frezine (1836)
     Langer, Josette (1838)
272
Mince, Pierre [R.L. Scrip #272]                                    ·
Mime, Pierre [R.L. Scrip #272]                                     ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
272 [checked] issued December 20, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered December 20, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 272 [checked],
dated December 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered December 20th, 1873,
issued to Pierre Mime, delivered to Agt. Douglass
273
Mince, Francois Jr. [R.L. Scrip #273]                              ·
Mime, Francois, Jr. [R.L. Scrip #273]                              ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
273 [checked] issued December 20, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered December 20, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 273 [checked],
dated December 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered December 20th, 1873,
issued to Francois Mime, Jr., delivered to Agt. Douglass
274
Montour, Abraham [1849 Petition]                                   ·
Montoir, Abraham (1831) [1850 U.S.]                                ·
Montour, Abraham [R.L. Scrip #274]                                 ·
Montour, Abraham [R.L. Scrip]
1849 Petition: Abraham Montour
[Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 66/66] born
Pembina, occupation Hunter
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
274 [checked] issued December 20, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered December 20, 1873;
listed a second time without specifics
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 274 [checked],
dated December 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered December 20th, 1873,
issued to Abraham Montour, delivered to Agt. Douglass
son of: Montoir [Montreille], Bonom (1775) and **
275
Montoir, P. [1849 Petition]                                        ·
Montoir [Montreille], Pascal (1822) [1850 U.S.]                    ·
Montour, Pascal [R.L. Scrip #275]                                  ·
1849 Petition: P. Montoir
[Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 65/65], born
Pembina
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
275 issued December 20, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered December 20, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 275 [checked],
dated December 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered December 20th, 1873,
issued to Pascal Montour, delivered to Agent Douglass
husband of: Montoir, Magdalane (1824), born Red River Br.
father of: Montoir, Magdalain (1845), born Red River Br.
     Montoir, Isabella (1847), born Red River Br.
276
Peltier, Benjamin (1829) [1850 U.S.]                              ·P
Pelliter, Benj'n (1823) [1860 U.S.]                                ·
Peltier, Benjamin [*1868]
Peltier, Benjamin [R.L. Scrip #276]                                ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850:29/29  born: Red
River Br.  occupation: hunter 
U.S. Census, Becker County, 1860, family 739/733, born Michigan,
common laborer,  estate  $150
Pembina Annuity Roll, Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:207
 -                        1 man, 1 woman,   2 children,    $ 12 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
276 issued December 20, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered December 20, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 276 [checked],
dated December 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered December 20th, 1873,
issued to Benjamin Peltier, delivered to Agt. Douglass
son of: Peltier, Agate (1800) and **
husband of: Pelliter, Harriet (1827)
277
Flament, Pierre [R.L. Scrip #277]                                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
277 [checked] issued December 29, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered December 29, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 277 [checked],
dated December 29, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered December 29, 1873,
issued to Pierre Flamant, delivered to Agent Douglass
278
Le Cuillier [*1867]                                         ·P106.3c
Lecuyer, Francois [*1868]                                   ·P106.4d
Lequier, Francois [R.L. Scrip #278]                                ·
Lequier, Frank (1837) [1885, 1887-9]                           ·P103
Laquier, Frank (1838) [1886]                                  ·P103a
Lequier, Frank (abt.1837) [L1:1] (WE-3060) [Powell 8/0037]            ·
Lequier, Francois (1837 - November 28, 1901) (WE-3060) [VRA #20s]  ·
Saquier, Francois [R.L. Scrip]                                     ·
Pembina Annuity Roll, Mis co muh quoh's Band, 1867:26
                        - 1 man, 4 women,   3 children     $ 32 paid
1868:98                 - 1 man, 1 woman,   3 children     $ 20 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
278 issued December 29, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered December 29, 1873 [notation: "see
Saquier" -- under "Saquier" is the notation to "see Lequer #278"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 278, dated Dec.
29th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered Dec. 29th, 1873, issued to Francois
Le Quier, delivered to Agent Douglass
Pembina White Earth B.I.A. Enrollment, 1885:103 "Way ke che ke shig's
Band"; 1886:1; 1887:49; 1888:55; 1889:39 "Shay shay way ge shig's
Band"
1889 Agreement, Pembina White Earth #16: Frank Lequier, age 32
Powell Genealogies, Family #L1:1
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #20s]
son of: Lecuyer, Amable and Sauteux, Marie
husband of, #1: Saice, Annie (1842)
[Powell 8/0037], issue: Lequier, Michael [L1:1a] (WE-3227)
     Lequier, Mary [L1:1b] (WE-3229)
husband of, #2: Montreuille, Marie (abt.1835) [notation: "3/4"]
issue: Lequier, Brunoe (abt.1866) [L1:3] (WE-3062) [VRA #112] [notation:
"5/8"]
     Lequier, Frizine (1869)
     Lequier, Simon (abt.1871-5) [L1:2] (WE-3063) [VRA #112] [notation:
"5/8"]
     Lequier, Eliza (abt.1862), aka Starkey, Eliza (abt.1862) [L1:4] (WE-
3064) [notation: "5/8"]
     Lequier, Mary [L1:4a] [VRA #115]
[1889: listed with wife only]
279
Turpin, Batiste (Baptiste) [R.L. Scrip #279]                       ·
Turpin, Baptiste Sr. (1813) [1885, 1887-9]                     ·P126
Turpin, Baptiste Sr. (1814) [1886]                            ·P126a
Turpin, Baptiste Sr. (abt.1814) (WE-3149) [T1:1] [Powell 8/0038]      ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No.
279 issued December 29, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered December 29, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 279, dated Dec.
29ty, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered Dec. 29th, 1873, issued to Baptiste
Turpin, delivered to Agent Douglass
Pembina White Earth B.I.A. Enrollment, 1885:126 "Way ke che ke shig's
Band"; 1886:19; 1887:141; 1888:142; 1889:113 "Shay shay way ge shig's
Band"
Powell Genealogies, Family #T1:1
[notation: "1/2"]
husband of, #1: McCoy, Jane [notation: "1/4"]
issue: Beaulieu, Josephine [T1:2] (WE-418) [notation: "3/8"], who
married Beaulieu, Truman (WE-417)
     Turpin, Baptiste, Jr. [T1:4] (WE-3152) [notation: "3/8"]
     Turpin, Phillip [T1:5] (WE-3153) [notation: "3/8"], who married
Parisian, Mary
     Turpin, Alex [T1:6] (WE-3155) [notation: "3/8"]
     Turpin, Fred [T1:7] (WE-3156) [notation: "3/8"]
     Turpin, William [T1:8] (WE-3157) [notation: "3/8 (doubtful)"]
     Martin, Josette [T1:9] (WE-3164) [notation: "3/8"]
     Turpin, John
     Burnell, Angeline
husband of, #2: Turpin, Genevieve (1827)
father of: Turpin, Lizzie (1867), aka Brisbois, Lizzie (WE-3150)
[T1:3] [notation: "3/8, (grand daughter?)"], who married Brisbois,
Antoine
[notation: "Note: Beaulieu, Josephine mentions only Turpin, John,
Burnell, Angeline and Turpin, Alex as her brothers and sisters.  What
are the facts?"]
[1889: "widower"]
280
McGillis, William (1850) [1860 U.S.]                               ·
McGillis, William [R.L. Scrip #280]                                ·
McGillis, Billy (1859) [1889 "Agreement"]                          ·
McGillis, William John [VRA #160s]                                 ·
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #160s]
U.S. Census, Crow Wing County, 1860, family 11/11, born Minnesota
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
280 issued December 31, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered December 31, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 280 [checked],
dated Dec. 31, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered Dec. 31, 1873, issued to
William McGillis, delivred to Agent Douglass
1889 Agreement, Gull Lake - White Earth #19: Billy McGillis, age 30
son of: McGillis, John (1806) and , Francoise (1821)
husband of: Wallette, Mary Rose (abt.1870) [VRA #160], daughter of
Wallette, Francois (August 7, 1832) and Bottineau, Marie (abt.1834) [VRA
#43]
issue: McGillis, Mary Cecelia [VRA #301], married Lamere, Ed
     McGillis, Julian [VRA #302]
     McGillis, Frank [VRA #303]
     McGillis, Joseph [VRA #304]
     McGillis, Fred [VRA #305]
281
Charette, Antoine [Lake Superior Scrip]                            ·
Sharette, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #281]                                ·
Lake Superior Halfbreed Scrip, Sept. 13, 1860 - Superior, Wis.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No.
281 issued December 31, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873; delivered December 31, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 281 [checked],
dated Dec. 31, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered Dec. 31, 1873, issued to
Antoine Sharrett, delivred to Agent Douglass
282
Sharett, Frank [R.L. Scrip #282]                                   ·
Shaurett, Frank [R.L. Scrip #282]                                  ·
Charette, Frank (abt.1845) [1889 "Agreement"]                         ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No.
282 issued December 31, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873; delivered December 31, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 282 [checked],
dated Dec. 31, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered Dec 31, 1873, issued to
Frank Shaurett, delivered to Agt. Douglass
1889 Agreement, Mississippi White Earth #145, Frank Charette, age 44
283
Defoe, John Baptist [Lake Superior Scrip]                          ·
Dufort, John B. [R.L. Scrip #283]                                  ·
Dufault, John B. [Bad River]                                       ·
Lake Superior Halfbreed Scrip: Defoe, John Baptist; Aug. 17, 1858 -
Superior, Wis.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
283 issued January 2, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 2, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 283 [checked],
dated January 2nd, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 2nd, 1874,
issued to John B. Dufort, delivered to Agent Douglass
Bad River Allotment, December 21, 1882: John B. Dufault
284
FAIRBANKS, John H. (1807) [1860 U.S.]                             ·F
Fairbanks, John H. (abt.1807) (White) [Powell 8/0070, 10/0329]        ·
Fairbanks, John [R.L. Scrip #284]                                  ·
U.S. Census, Crow Wing County, 1860:28/28  born: Massachusetts
occupation: farmer  value of land: $400  value of estate: $300
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
284 issued January 2, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 2, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 284 [checked],
dated January 2nd, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 2nd, 1874,
issued to John Fairbanks, delivered to Agt. Douglass
husband of: Sayers, Mary (1820), aka },\,^,}:\': (abt.1820) Sha gah nash
e quay, aka ,;}\':\',^,<:\ (abt.1820) Aish quay gwon a beak born:
Minnesota  race: mulatto
father of: Fairbanks, William (1825) born: Minnesota  race: mulatto
     Fairbanks, Robert [F3:2, 82:2] (WE-1512) [notation: "1/4"]
     Fairbanks, George [F3:3, 82:3] [notation: "1/4"]
     Fairbanks, John I [F3:4, 82:4] [notation: "1/4"]
     Fairbanks, Benjamin [F3:5, 82:5] [notation: "1/4"]
     Fairbanks, Jane (1838) [F3:9, 82:9] born: Minnesota  race:
mulatto [notation: "1/4"]
     Fairbanks, Albert (1840) [F3:6, 82:6] [notation: "746.O.6, 1/4"]
     Fairbanks, James (1842) born: Minnesota  race: mulatto [F3:7,
82:7] [notation: "1/4"]
     Fairbanks, Mary (1844) [82:10], aka Fairbanks, Maria (abt.1844)
[F3:8, 82:8] (WE-398), aka Fairbanks, Margaret (abt.1844) [F3:9, 82:8]
(WE-398) born: Minnesota  race: mulatto [notation: "1/4"]
     Fairbanks, John II (abt.1850) [F3:Da, 82:10a] (WE-632) born:
Minnesota  race: mulatto [notation: "1/4, born after the John I was
killed by Hole-in-the-Day"]
     Fairbanks, Mary [F3:10] [notation: "1/4"]
     Fairbanks, Zoe (1840) +
[1860: also listed: Oquarauk, Sam, Indian from Wisconsin]
285
Leecy, Paul [69:166] (O-1679) [Powell 10/0301]                     ·
Leazie, Paul [R.L. Scrip #285]                                     ·
Powell Genealogies, family #69:61
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
285 issued January 2, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 2, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 285 [checked],
dated January 2nd, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 2nd, 1875,
issued to Paul Leazie, delivered to Agent Douglass
son of: Leecy (WHITE) and Monchamp, Onezime [69:61]
286
MEYOTTE, Joseph (1822) [1850 U.S.]                                 ·
Amiste, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #286]                                   ·
Minnsota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 143/143, born Red
River Br. [occupation Hunter]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed Scrip No.
286, Schedule B., issued January 13, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered January 13, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 286 [checked],
dated January 13, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered Jany 13, 1874, issued to
Joseph Amiste, delivered to Agent Douglass
husband of: Meyotte, Mary (1830), born Red River Br.
issue: Meyotte, Marguritte (1849), born Pembina
287
Deshain, Joseph (1845) [1850 U.S.]                             ·
Duchaune, Joseph (Sen'r) [R.L. Scrip #287]                     ·
Duchaune, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #240]                             ·
Duseaume, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #18]                              ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850:56/56, born Red
River Br.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 287 issued January 13, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered January 13, 1874;
Halfbreed Scrip No. 240, issued July 30, 1873, under the authority
of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 30, 1873;
and Halfbreed Scrip No. 18 issued November 18, 1872, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered
November 18, 1872
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 18, dated
November 18, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered November 18, 1872, issued
to Joseph Duseaume, delivered to Agent Smith
son of: Deshain, Pierre (1819) and , Josette (1825)
288
Desjarlais, Ant., jr. [1849 Terr. Sig.]                            ·
Dejarlais, Antoine (1825) [1850 U.S.]                              ·
Desjarlais, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #288]                              ·
Desnegee, Antoine [Lac Court d'Orielle]                            ·
1849 Territorial Signatures: Ant. Desjarlais, jr.
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850:5/5, born: Red
River Br.  occupation: hunter
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
288 issued January 13, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 13, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 288 [checked],
dated January 13th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 13th, 1874,
issued to Antoine Desjarlis, delivered to Agt. Douglass
Lac Court d'Orielle Allotment, November 20, 1881: Antoine Desnegee
son of: Dejarlais, Antoine (1796) and , Susanna (1798)
289
Amlin, Isidore [R.L. Scrip #289]                                   ·
Hamlin, Isidore [R.L. Scrip #489]                                  ·
Hamlin, Isadore [McIntyre Report]                                  ·
Hamlin, Isadore (1831) [*1886]                              ·P152.4a
Hamlin, Isador (1832) [1887]                                ·P152.4b
Hamlin, Isadore (1832) [1888-9]                             ·P152.4c
Hamlin, Isadore (abt.1832) [H2:1] (WE-3078) [Powell 8/0058]           ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....", Halfbred Scrip No.
289
, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, December 27, 1873,
delivered January 19 19, 1874; and Halfbreed Scrip #489 issued
September 27, 1882, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
September 18, 1872, delivered September 27, 1882 [Notation: "See to
Secretary, August 19, 1882, letter 100/302 and decision of Secretary
17148-1882"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 289 [checked] dated
January 19th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 19th, 1874, issued to
Isidore Amlin, delivered to Agt. Douglass; and Number 489, dated Sept.
27, 1882, 160 Acres, delivered Sept. 27, 1882, issued to Isidore
Hamlin, delivered to Curtis & Burdette, see to Curtis & Earle,
Washington, D.C., Atty for Scripee
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877] relating
to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": "Isadore Hamlin. Had
Scrip No. 389. This is the same as Isador Amlin who had Scrip No. 289,
how could he be entitled to another."
Pembina White Earth B.I.A. Enrollment, 1886:45; 1887:170; 1888:165;
1889:138 "Shay shay way ge shig's Band"
1889 Agreement, Pembina - White Earth, #40: Isadore Hamlin, age  57
Powell Genealogies, family #H2:1
son of: Hamlin, Louis [H2:head] and Beaupre, Cecil
husband of, #1: ___, Clemmence (white)
issue: Hamlin, Isadore [H2:4] (WE-3264), who married Vasner, Mary
(white)
     Hamlin, Daniel [H2:5] (WE-3266)
     Hamlin, George [H2:6] (WE-3268)
     Hamlin, Nora [H2:7] (WE-3298), who married Brisbois, Charles
husband of, #2: LaFortune, Mary (white)
issue: Hamlin, Louis [H2:8] (WE-3265)
     Hamlin, Benjamin [H2:9] (WE-3267), who married Vasner, Georgiana
(White)
     Hamlin, Victoria [H2:10] (WE-3269), who married La Chapelle
     Hamlin, Agnes [H2:11] (WE-3270), who married Villebrun, Paul
     Hamlin, Philomen [H2:12] (WE-3271), who married Charboneau,
William
     LaChapelle, Ellen [H2:12a] (WE-1626) [notation: "see returned
sheet"]
[notation: "Note: the above is probably incorrect, and the children
are possibly of the same mother. ... 12a mentions Isadore (WE-3264) as
brother, but not 5, 6, and 7"]
[1887: listed with: Mason, Fransois (1802) [1887]
[1888: also listed with: Demarais, Victoria (1839) [1887-8]
     Hamlin, Louis (1838) [1888]
[1889: listed alone, as "hus"
290
Belgarde, George August (abt.1858) [VRA #165s]                        ·
Belgard, Augustin [R.L. Scrip #290]                                ·
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #165s
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed Scrip No.
290 issued January 19, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 290 [checked],
dated January 19th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 19th, 1874,
issued to Augustin Belgard, delivered to Agt. Douglass
son of: Belgarde, Louis and Cardinal, Betsy
husband of: Bottineau, Mary Rose (1868 - 1952)
issue: Belgarde, Archie Joseph [VRA #310]
291
Belhemeur, Modest [R.L. Scrip #291]                                ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed Scrip No.
291 issued January 19, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 291 [checked],
dated January 19th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 19th, 1874,
issued to Modest Belhemeur, delivered to Agt. Douglass
292
Bottineau, Charles (abt.1847) [VRA #49]                             ·
Bottineau, Charles Sr. [R.L. Scrip #292]                         ·
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #49]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed Scrip
No. 292 issued January 19, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874
son of: Bottineau, Joseph (abt.1810) and Cardinal, Angelique (abt.1815)
293
Brunell, Belony [R.L. Scrip #293]                                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed Scrip No.
293 issued January 19, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 293 [checked],
dated January 19th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 19th, 1874,
issued to Belony Brunell, delivered to Agt. Douglass
294
Brunell, Pierre [R.L. Scrip #294]                                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed Scrip No.
294 issued January 19, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 294 [checked],
dated January 19th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 19th, 1874,
issued to Pierre Brunell, delivered to Agt. Douglass
295
Brunelle, Paul [R.L. Scrip #295]                                   ·
Bruna, Paul Z. [R.L. Scrip #413]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed Scrip No.
295 issued January 19, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 413, dated March
12th, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 12th, 1875, issued to Paul Z.
Bruna, delivered to Agt. Whitehead [notation: "cancelled.  See Agt.
Whitehead letter July 19, 1875 [W 1222]"]
296
Brunelle, Alex [R.L. Scrip #296/estate]                            ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [notation that
Halfbreed Scrip No. 296, issued to Brunelle, Pierre, January 19, 1874,
under the authority of Secretarial Decision, December 27, 1873,
delivered January 19, 1874, was issued to him as the heir of Alex]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 296 [checked],
dated January 19th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 19th, 1874,
issued to "Pierre Brunelle, heir of Alexander Brunelle," delivered to
Agt. Douglass

Brunelle, Pierre [R.L. Scrip #296 & 297/heir]                      ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed Scrip No.
296 issued January 19, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874 [notation:
"heir of Brunelle, Alex"]; Halfbreed Scrip No. 297 issued January 19,
1874, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, December 27, 1873,
delivered January 19, 1874 [notation: "heir of Brunelle, Frank"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 296 [checked],
dated January 19th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 19th, 1874,
issued to "Pierre Brunelle, heir of Alexander Brunelle," delivered to
Agt. Douglass
297
Brunelle, Frank [R.L. Scrip #297/estate]                           ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [notation that
Halfbreed Scrip No. 297, issued to Brunelle, Pierre, January 19, 1874,
under the authority of Secretarial Decision, December 27, 1873,
delivered January 19, 1874, was issued to him as the heir of Frank]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 297 [checked],
dated January 19th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 19th, 1874,
issued to "Pierre Brunelle, heir of Frank Brunelle," delivered to Agt.
Douglass

Brunelle, Pierre [R.L. Scrip #296 & 297/heir]                      ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed Scrip No.
296 issued January 19, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874 [notation:
"heir of Brunelle, Alex"]; Halfbreed Scrip No. 297 issued January 19,
1874, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, December 27, 1873,
delivered January 19, 1874 [notation: "heir of Brunelle, Frank"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 296 [checked],
dated January 19th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 19th, 1874,
issued to "Pierre Brunelle, heir of Alexander Brunelle," delivered to
Agt. Douglass
298
Cherrier, Timothee [R.L. Scrip #298]                               ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
298 issued January 19, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 298 [checked],
dated January 19th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 19th, 1874,
issued to Timothee Cherrier, delivered to Agt. Douglass
299
Cologne, Francois Jr. [R.L. Scrip #299]                            ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
299 issued January 19, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 299 [checked],
dated January 19th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 19th, 1874,
issued to Francois Cologne, Jr., delivered to Agent Douglass
300
Desjarlais, Fr's. [1849 Petition]                              ·
Dejarlais, Francois (1831) [1850 U.S.]                        ·D
Dezalle, Francois
Dejarlais, Francis [1868]
Degelect, Francisgus [1863, Pierz]
Desjarlais, Francois [R.L. Scrip #56]                          ·
Desjarlais, Francois, Sr. [R.L. Scrip #300]                    ·
-,-': (1841-2) Zaus way [1889]                       ·Desjarlait
Desjarlait, Francis (1841-2) [1899]
Desjarlait, Francois (1842) [1907-8, 1912)
1849 Territorial Signatures: Fr's. Desjarlais
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850:5/5  born: Red
River Br.  occupation: hunter 
Pembina Annuity Roll, Mis ko muck wah's Band, 1864:109
                    - 2 men, 2 women, 2 boys, 2 girls  $ 56 paid
Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:218
                    - 1 man, 4 women,   1 child        $ 18 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 56 issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873;
and Halfbreed Scrip No. 300 issued January 19, 1874, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered
January 19, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 56
[checked], dated February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February
12, 1873, issued to Francois Desjarlais, delivered to Agent E.P.
Smith
Red Lake B.I.A. Enrollment, 1899:26, 1899:274, 1907:294, 1908:293,
1912:230/240
son of: Dejarlais, Antoine (1796) and Dejarlais, Susanna (1798)
[1863: husband of: Demare, Marie (before 1848)
[1863: father of: Degelect, Josette (1863)
[1889: father of: Desjarlait, Solomon (1888-9)
301
Desjarlaius, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #301]                              ·
Desjardins, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #301]                               ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrp No.
301 issud January 19, 1974, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874 [notation:
"{suspension removed, see 14749/1882} see 10231-1881 and Le B 99"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 301 [checked],
dated January 19th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 19th, 1874,
issued to Joseph Desjardins, delivered to Agt. Douglass
302
Folstrum, George [R.L. Scrip #302]                                 ·
Folstrom, George [R.L. Scrip #302]                                 ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
302 issued January 19, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 302 [checked],
dated January 19th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 19th, 1874,
issued to George Folstrom, delivered to Agt. Douglass
303
Folstrum, James [R.L. Scrip #303]                                  ·
Folstrom, James [R.L. Scrip #303]                                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
303 issued January 19, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 303 [checked],
dated January 19th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 19th, 1874,
issued to James Folstrom, delivered to Agent Douglass
304
Goslin, Stanislaus [R.L. Scrip #304]                               ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
304 issued January 19, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 304 [checked],
dated January 19th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 19th, 1874,
issued to Stanislaus Goslin, delivered to Agt. Douglass
305
La Plante, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #305]                               ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
305 issued January 19, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874
306
Larence, Nosburt [1849 Petition]                                   ·
Larence, Norbert [R.L. Scrip #306]                                 ·
1849 Petiton: Nosburt Larence
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
306 issued January 19, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 306, dated Jauary
19th, 1874, 160 Acres, deliverd January 19th, 1974, issued to Norbert
Lar ... [stub torn], delivered to [stub torn]
307
Latturelle, Geo. W. [R.L. Scrip #307]                              ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
307 issued January 19, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 307, dated January
19th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 19th, 1874, issued to Geo. W.
Latturelle, delivered to Agt. Douglass
308
Desroches, Ant. [1849 Petition]                                    ·
La Rock, Antoine (1806) [1850 U.S.]                                ·
Le Roque, Antoine [Lake Superior Scrip]                            ·
La Roque, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #308]                                ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, Family 114/114, born
Pembina, Hunter
1849 Petition: Ant. Desroches
Lake Superior Halfbreed Scrip [no scrip number]: Le Roque, Antoine;
Mar. 18, 1871 - St. Cloud, Minn.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
308 issued January 19, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 308 [checked],
dated January 19th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 19th, 1874,
issued to Antoine La Roque, delivered to Agt. Duglass
husband of: La Rock, Francoise (1814), born Red River Br.
issue: La Rock, Antoine (1831)
     La Rock, Marguritte (1836)
     La Rock, Pierre (1841)
     La Rock, Olevir (1847)
309
La Rocque, Baptiste (1848) [1850 U.S.]                      ·P162.14
Laloche, John Baptiste [Lake Superior Scrip]                       ·
Laroque, Batiste [*1868]                                   ·P162.14d
Laroque, Baptiste Sr. [R.L. Scrip #309]                            ·
La Roque, Batiste Jr. [R.L. Scrip #254]                            ·
LaRogue, John B. [La Court d'Oreille]                              ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850:140/140  born:
Pembina
Lake Superior Halfbreed Scrip: Laloche, John Baptiste; May 10, 1869 -
San Francisco, Cal. (2 lots, 1 subdivision)
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
309 issued January 19, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874; and Halfbreed
Scrip No. 254 issued September 26, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered September 26, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 254 [checked],
dated September 26, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered September 26th, 1873,
issued to Baptiste La Roque, Jr., delivered to Agent Douglass
Pembina Annuity Roll, Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:173
                        - 1 man, 1 woman,   8 children     $ 30 paid
La Court d'Oreille Allotment: John B. Larogue
[1850: listed with: La Rocque, Josette (1838)
310
Le Caupt, Amable [R.L. Scrip #310]                                 ·
Le Compt, Amable [R.L. Scrip #310]                                 ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
310 issued January 19, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 310, dated January
19th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 19th, 1874, issued to Amable
Le Compt, delivered to Agent Douglass
311
Letendre, Louis Jr. [R.L. Scrip #311]                              ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
311 issued January 19, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 311, dated January
19th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 19th, 1874, issued to Louis
Letendre, Jr., delivered to Agt. Douglass
312
Vieul, Joseph (1800) [1850 U.S.]                                   ·
Leveille, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #312]                                 ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 151/151, born
Pembina, Hunter
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
312 issued January 19, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874 [notation:
"{suspension removed see 1H749/82} see 10.231-1881 and Le. B. 99/"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 312 [checked],
dated January 19th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 19th, 1874,
issued to Joseph Leveille, delivered to Agt. Douglass
husband of: Vieul, Mary (1813), born Red River [Br.]
313
Marchand, Benjamin [R.L. Scrip #313]                               ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
313 issued January 19, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 313 [checked],
dated January 19th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 19th, 1874,
issued to Benjamin Marchand, delivered to Agt. Douglass
314
Montreau [Montreille], Joseph (1808) [1850 U.S.]                     ·
Montreuil, Joseph [1863 "Treaty"]                              ·P108.2
Montrille, Joseph [*1868]                                     ·P108.2d
Montreil, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #75]                                    ·
Montreil, Joseph Sav. [R.L. Scrip #314/heir]                         ·
[Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 79/79], born
Pembina, occupation Hunter
[North Dakota Historical Society Collections V. I, p. 375], he was a
"Halfbreed mail carrier employed by Kittson in 1856" [after VRA #1]
October 2, 1863, "Old Crossing Treaty," "his x mark, Joseph Montreuil,
Warrior of Pembina" #11
Pembina Annuity Roll, Mis co muh quah's Band, 1868:92
                          - 1 man, 1 woman,   4 children     $ 24 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 75
[checked] issued February 12,1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873; and Halfbreed
Scrip No. 314 issued January 19, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874, to
Joseph Montreil, "heir of Alexander"]
husband of: Montreau, Isabella (1817), born Red River Br.
father of: Montreuille, Alexis (abt.1832) [VRA #17]
     Montreuille, Joseph (abt.1824), aka Montreau, Joseph (1824), born Red
River Br., occupation Hunter [VRA #15]
     Montreuille, Isabella (abt.1825), aka Montreau, Isabella (1825), born
Pembina [VRA #16]
     Montreuille, Alexis (abt.1928), aka Montreau, Alexis (1829), born
Pembina, [occupation Hunter], Annuity Payment Rolls, Pembina, 1867:
Alexis Montraille, 1 man, 2 women, 3 children, Miscomaquah's band
     Montreuille, John Baptiste (abt.1832), aka Montreau, John Baptiste
(Toto) (1832), born Red River Br., [occupation Hunter] [VRA #18]
     Montreuille, Marguritte (abt.1834), aka Montreau, Marguritte (1834),
born Pembina, Fond du Lac [VRA #19] Allotment: Margaret Martreille
     Montreuille, Marie (abt.20) [VRA #20], aka Montreau, Mary (1835), born
Pembina
     Montreuille, Madeline (abt.1838), aka Montreau, Madelane (1838), born
Pembina [VRA #21]
     Montreuille, Francois (abt.1840), aka Montreau, Francois (1840), born
Pembina [VRA #22]
     Montreau, Alenor (1842), born Pembina
     Montreuille, Frances (abt.1844), aka Montreau, Frances (1844), born
Pembina [VRA #23]
     Montreuille, Delia (abt.1845) [VRA #24]

Montreau, Alexis (1829) [1850 U.S.]                                  ·
Montraille, Alexis [*1867]                                    ·P108.1c
Montreille, Alexis [1868]                                     ·P108.1d
Montreil, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #314/estate]                            ·
Montriel, Alexcis [R.L. Scrip #75]                                   ·
Montreiulle, Alexis (abt.1823) (Turtle Mountain Allotment #240) [VRA
#17]                                                                 ·
[Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 79/79], born
Pembina, [occupation Hunter]
Pembina Annuity Roll, Mis co muh quoh's Band, 1867:24
                          - 1 man, 2 women,   3 children     $ 24 paid
1868:94                   - 1 man, 1 woman,   5 children     $ 28 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 314
issued to Montreil, Joseph Sav., January 19, 1874, under the authority
of Secretarial Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874,
as "heir of Alexander"
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 75 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Alexcis Montriel, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #17], Alex and Margaret
Montreuille were living in Pembina, North Dakota, in 1869.
son of: Montreau [Montreille], Joseph (1808) and Bottineau, Isabella
(1817)
husband of: Adanis, Margaret Delia (abt.1841), aka Adams, Margaret (abt.1841),
daughter of ',\,/,^, Wa-kam-ma-na and ,<;->;^, A-pis-tin-nah.  Margaret
Adanis was a Sioux Indian. [VRA #17s]
issue: Montreuille, Francois (abt.1861) [VRA #106]
     Montreuille, Josette (abt.1861) [VRA #107]
     Montreuille, Josephine (abt.1875) [VRA #108]
     Montreuille, Christine (abt.1878) [VRA #109]
315
Nolin, Duncan [R.L. Scrip #315]                                    ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
315 issued January 19, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 315 [checked],
dated January 19th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 19th, 1874,
issued to Duncan Nolin, delivered to Agt. Douglass
316
Nolin, Joseph (1839) [1850 U.S.]                                   ·
Nolan, Joseph Jr. [R.L. Scrip #316]                                ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 119/119, born Red
River Br.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
316 issued January 19, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 316, dated January
19th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 19th, 1874, issued to Joseph
Nolin, Jr., delivered to Agt. Douglass
son of: Nolin (Notier), Joseph (1801) and , Louise (1812)
317
Nolin, Norbert [R.L. Scrip #317]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
317 issued January 19, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 317 [checked],
dated January 19th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 19th, 1874,
issued to Norbert Nolin, delivered to Agt. Douglass
318
Peppin, Oliver [R.L. Scrip #318/estate]                            ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
318 issued to Peppin, Merance, heir of Oliver Peppin, on January 19,
1874, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, December 27, 1873,
delivered January 19, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 318 [checked], datd
January 19th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 19th, 1874, issued to
"Merance Peppin, heir of Oliver Peppin," delivered to Agt. Douglass

Peppin, Merance [R.L. Scrip #318/heir]                             ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
318 issued to Merance Peppin, heir of Peppin, Oliver January 19, 1874,
under the authority of Secretarial Decision, December 27, 1873,
delivered January 19, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 318 [checked], datd
January 19th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 19th, 1874, issued to
"Merance Peppin, heir of Oliver Peppin," delivered to Agt. Douglass
319
Riel, Francis [R.L. Scrip #319]                                    ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
319 issued January 19, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 319 [checked],
dated January 19th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 19th, 1874,
issued to Francis Riel, delivered to Aget. Douglass
320
Rondeau, Benjamin [R.L. Scrip #134/heir]                             ·
Rondeau, Benjamin [R.L. Scrip #320]                                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No. 134
issued to Benjamin Rondeau, heir of Rondeau, Peter, on February 20,
1873, under the Authority of Secretarial Decision, February 17, 1873;
delivered February 20, 1873; and Scrip No. 320 issued January 19, 1874,
under the Authority of Secretarial Decision, December 27, 1873;
delivered January 19, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 134 [checked], dated
February 20th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 20,th, 1873, issued
to "Benj. Rondeau, heir of Peter Rondeau", delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
321
St. Arneau, Charles [R.L. Scrip #321]                              ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No.
321 issued January 19, 1874, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873; delivered January 19, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 321 [checked],
dated Jauary 19th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 19th, 1874,
issued to Charles St. Arneau, delivered to Agt. Douglass
322
Turpin, Francis [Lake Superior Scrip]                              ·
Turpin, Frank [R.L. Scrip #322]                                    ·
Lake Superior Halfbreed Scrip: Turpin, Francis; May 10, 1869 -
SanFrancisco, Cal.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No.
322 issued January 19, 1874, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873; delivered January 19, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 322, dated January
19th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 19th, 1874, issued to Frank
Turpin, delivered to Agt. Douglass
323
Warren, Amenzond [R.L. Scrip #323]                                 ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No.
323 issued January 19, 1874, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873; delivered January 19, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 323 [checked],
dated Jan'y 19th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered January 19th, 1874,
issued to Amezond Warren, delivered to Agt. Douglass
324
Abie, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #324]                                     ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
", Halfbreed Scrip No.
324, Schedule B., issued April 15, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered April 15, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 324, dated April
15th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 15th, 1874, issued to Joseph
Alie, delivered to Agent Douglass
325
Azure, Charles (1821) [1850 U.S.]                             ·P69.4
Azure, Charles [*1868]                                       ·P69.4d
Azure, Charles Sen. [R.L. Scrip #325]                              ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850:100/100  born:
Pembina  occupation: hunter
Pembina Annuity Roll, Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:168
                        - 1 man, 1 woman,   9 children     $ 33 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" [checkmark],
Halfbreed Scrip No. 325 issued April 15, 1874, [notation "Le B. 82/91"
under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered
April 15, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 325, dated April
15, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 15, 1874, issued to Charles
Azure, Sen'r, delivered to Agent Douglass
husband of: Azure, Ann (1823) born: Pembina
issue: Azure, Charles (1840) born: Pembina
     Azure, Josette (1842) born: Pembina
     Azure, Bazil [Rozi] (1844-6) born: Pembina
     Azure, Marie (1846-9) born: Pembina
     Azure, Paultner (1844) born: Pembina
326
Azure, Charles (1840) [1850 U.S.]                                  ·
Azure, Charlience [R.L. Scrip #326]                                ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850:100/100, born:
Pembina
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" [checkmark],
Halfbreed Scrip No. 326, issued April 15, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered April 15, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 326, dated April
15, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 15, 1874, issued to Charlience
Azure, delivered to Agt. Douglass
son of: Azure, Charles (1821) and Ann (1823)
327
Bellgard, Joseph (1835)                                            ·
Belgarde, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #327]                                 ·
Minnesota Territorial Census 1850, Pembina County, family 137/137,
born Red River Br.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed Scrip No.
327, Schedule B., issued April 15, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered April 15, 1874,
notations: "suspension recovered, see 14727/1882, see report D. Leecy
April 4, 1882, LB:93 and August 1882, LB 99"
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 327, dated April
15th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 15th, 1874, issued to Joseph
Belgarde, delivered to Agt. Douglass
son of: Bellgard, Alexis (1800) and Bellgard, Marguritte (1797)
328
Bellgard, Theodore (1827)                                          ·
Belgarde, Theodore [R.L. Scrip #328]                               ·
Minnesota Territorial Census 1850, Pembina County, family 137/137,
born Red River Br., [Hunter]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed Scrip No.
328, Schedule B, issued April 15, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered April 15, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 328, dated April
15th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 15th, 1874, issued to Theodore
Belgarde, delivered to Agt. Douglass
son of: Bellgard, Alexis (1800) and Bellgard, Marguritte (1797)
329
Bellcourt, Eustache, Jun. [R.L. Scrip #329]                        ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed Scrip No.
329, Schedule B., issued April 15, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered April 15, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 328, dated April
15th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 15th, 1874, issued to Eustache
Bellcourt, Jun'r., delivered to Agt. Douglass
son of: Bellecourt, Eustache, Sr. and **
330
Bellhemeur, Francois [R.L. Scrip #330]                             ·
Bellimeur, Francois [R.L. Scrip #330]                              ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed Scrip No.
330, Schedule B., issued Aprl 15, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered April 15, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 330, dated April
15th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 15th, 1874, issued to Francois
Bellimeur, delivered to Agt. Douglass
331
Boucher, John C. [*1868]                                    ·P108.4d
Bushey, John [R.L. Scrip #331]                                     ·
Bache, John [R.L. Scrip #331]                                      ·
Pembina Annuity Roll, Mis co muh quah's Band, 1868:97
                        - 1 man, 1 woman                   $  8 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [checked], Halfbreed
Scrip No. 331
, issued April 15, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered April 15, 1874,
notation of alternate spelling "Bache"
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 331, dated April
15th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 15th, 1874, issued to John
Bushey (Bache), delivered to Agt. Douglass
332
Cardinal, Pierre (1831) [1850 U.S.]                                ·
Cardinal, Peter [R.L. Scrip #332]                                  ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, 1850, Pembina County, family 2/2, born
Red River Br., occupation Hunter
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
332 [checked] issued April 15, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered April 15, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 332, dated April
15th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 15th, 1874, issued to Peter
Cardinal, delivered to Agt. Douglass
son of: Cardinal, J. Baptiste (1787) and Cardinal, Josette (1805)
333
Cardinal, J. Baptiste (1787) [1850 U.S.]                           ·
Cardinal, Baptiste [R.L. Scrip #333]                               ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, 1850, Pembina County, family 2/2, born
Red River Br., occupation Laborer
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
333 issued April 15, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered April 15, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 333, dated April
15th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 15th, 1874, issued to Baptiste
Cardinal, delivered to Agt. Douglass
334
Foley, John W. [R.L. Scrip #334]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
334 issued April 15, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered April 15, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 334, dated April
15th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 15th, 1874, issued to John W.
Foley, delivered to Agt. Douglass
335
Gingrais, Francois (1843) [1850 U.S.]                              ·
Gingras, Frank [R.L. Scrip #335]                                   ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850: family 164/164,
born 1843, Red River Br.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
335 issued April 15, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered April 15, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 335, dated April
15th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 15th, 1874, issued to Frank
Gingras, delivered to Agt. Douglass
son of: Gingrais, Antoine (1821) and Gingrais, Scholisque (1822)
336
Gladue, Joseph (1847) [1860 U.S.]                                  ·
Gladdue, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #336]                                  ·
U.S. Census, Becker County, 1860, family 705/699, born Minnesota -
mulatto
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
336 [checked] issued April 15, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered April 15, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 336, dated April
15th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 15th, 1874, issued to Joseph
Gladdue, delivered to Agt. Douglass
son of: Gladue, Charles (1820) and **
337
La Fountaine, Isidore [R.L. Scrip #337]                          ·
Lafontaine, Isadore [R.L. Scrip #453]                            ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 337 [checked] issued April 15, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered April 15, 1874; and
Halfbreed Scrip No. 453 issued February 25, 1876, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February
25, 1876
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 337, dated April
15th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered Aprl 15th, 1874, issued to Isidore
La Fountaine, delivered to Agt. Douglass; and Number 453, dated Feby
25, 1876, 160 Acres, delivered Feby 25, 1876, issued to Isadore
Lafontaine, delivered to Agt. Stowe
338
La Ronde, Edward [R.L. Scrip #338]                                 ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
338 issued April 15, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered April 15, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 338, dated April
15, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 15th, 1874, issued to Edward La
Ronde, delivered to Agt. Douglass
339
Langer, Alexis (1834) [1850 U.S.]                                  ·
Langie, Alexis [R.L. Scrip #339]                                   ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 166/166, born Red
River Br. [Pembina], [Hunter]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
339 [checked] issued April 15, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered Apirl 15, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 339, dated April
15th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 15th, 1874, issued to Alexis
Langie, delivered to Agt. Douglass
listed with: Langer, Edward (1824)
340
Latender, Antoine (1847) [1850 U.S.]                               ·
Letendre, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #340]                                ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, 1850, family 113/113, born Red River Br.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
340 [checked] issued April 15, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered April 15, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 340, dated April
14, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 15th, 1874, issued to Antoine
Letendre, delivered to Agt. Douglass
listed under: Latender, Joseph (1800)
341
Paul, Mitchel [R.L. Scrip #341]                                    ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
341 [checked] issued April 15, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered April 15, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 341, dated April
15th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 15th, 1874, issued to Mitchel
Paul, delivered to Agt. Douglass
342
Richotte, Joseph Jr. [R.L. Scrip #342]                             ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
342 issued April 15, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered April 15, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 342, dated April
15th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 15th, 1874, issued to Joseph
Richotte, Jun'r., delivered to Agt. Douglass
343
Saweyare, Alexis [R.L. Scrip #343]                                 ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No.
343 [checked] issued April 15, 1874, under the Authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered April 15, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 343, dated April
15th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 15th, 1874, issued to Alexis
Sayerare, delivered to Agt. Douglass
344
Thomas, Louis (Petite) [R.L. Scrip #344]                           ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No.
344 issued April 15, 1874, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered April 15, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 344, dated April
15th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 15th, 1874, issued to Louis
Thomas (Petite), delivered to Agt. Douglass
345
Tifault, Louis [R.L. Scrip #345]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No.
345 [checked] issued April 15, 1874, under the Authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered April 15, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 345, dated April
15th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 15th, 1874, issued to Louis
Tifault, delivered to Agt. Douglass
346
Turpin, Amable [R.L. Scrip #346]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No.
346 issued April 15, 1874, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered April 15, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 346, dated April
15th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 15th, 1874, issued to Amable
Turpin, delivered to Agt. Douglass
347
Vandall, Pierre (1814) [1850 U.S.]                               ·
Vandal, Pr'e. [1849 Petition]                                    ·
Vandale, Peter [R.L. Scrip #347]                                 ·
Vandall, Pierre [R.L. Scrip #236]                                ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 139/139, born
Red River Br., Hunter
1849 Petition: Pr'e. Vandal
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 347 [checked] issued April 15, 1874, under the Authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered April 15, 1874; and
Halfbreed Scrip No. 236 issued July 15, 1873, under the Authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered July 16, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 236 [checked],
dated July 15th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 16th, 1873, issued
to Pierre Vandall, delivered to Agent Douglass
husband of: Vandall, Julie (1820), born Red River Br.
issue: Vandall, Pierre (1836)
     Vandall, Ann (1838)
     Vandall, Rossilie (1840)
     Vandall, Mary Ann (1842)
     Vandall, Marguritte (1844)
     Vandall, John (1847)
     Vandall, Francois (1849)
348
Vandall, Baptiste (1844) [1850 U.S.]                               ·
Vetal, Baptiste [R.L. Scrip]
Turcote, Baptiste Sr. [R.L. Scrip]                                 ·
Vetal, Batiste [R.L. Scrip #348]                                   ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 125/125, born Red
River Br.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." [notation: "same as
Turcotte, Baptiste"] -- under Baptiste Turcote, name marked with check
mark, no further information
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 348, dated April
15th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 15th, 1874, issued to Batiste
Vetal, delivered to Agt. Douglass
son of: Vandall, Joseph (1820) and , Louise (1822)
349
Grandbois, Louis (1845) [1850 U.S.]                                  ·
Grandbois, Louis [R.L. Scrip #219]                                   ·
Grandbois, Louis, Junior [R.L. Scrip #349]                           ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, born Red River Br.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 219
[checked] issued July 15, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 16, 1873 [notation: "Supposed
Sr."]; and Halfbreed Scrip No. 349 issued April 18, 1874, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered April 18,
1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 219 [checked], dated July
15th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 16th, 1873, issued to Louis
Grandbois, delivered to Agent Douglass
son of: Grandbois, Pierre (1830) and , Sophia (1835)
350
Raiche, Joseph (abt.1823) [VRA #25]                                   ·
Richot, Jos. [1849 Petition]                                  ·P45.4
Reashe, Joseph [Lake Superior Scrip]                               ·
Richot, Joseph [*1868]                                       ·P45.4d
Raiche, Joseph Jr. [R.L. Scrip #350]                               ·
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #25], he signed the Treaty
of 1889 at Red Lake, Minnesota
Lake Superior Halfbreed Scrip: Reashe, Joseph; May 2, 1865 -
Maryville, Cal.
Pembina Annuity Roll, Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:153
                        - 1 man, 1 woman,   2 children     $ 12 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
350 issued April 18, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered April 18, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 350, dated April
18th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 18th, 1874, issued to Joseph
Raiche, Jr., delivered to Agt. Douglass
son of: Raiche, Joseph (abt.1800) [VRA #4s] and Grant, Susan (abt.1805) [VRA
#4]
husband of: LaPointe, Emily, daughter of LaPointe, Supplice and
Bottineau, Marie (Emile)
351
PLOUFFE, Antoine (1806) [1850 U.S.]                                ·
Pluf, Nam toine [*1865]                                            ·
Pluf, Antoine [1868]                                               ·
Blow, Antoine Sr. [R.L. Scrip #351/estate]                         ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850:88/88  born: Red
River Br.  occupation: hunter
Lake Superior Halfbreed Scrip: Blow, Antoine; Aug. 20, 1869 - St.
Cloud, Minn.
Pembina Annuity Roll, Ais ance's Band, 1865:22
                        - 1 man, 1 woman,   5 children     $ 35 paid
Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:213
                        - 1 man, 1 woman,   7 children     $ 27 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
351 issued April 21, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, April 18, 1874, delivered April 21, 1874 [issued to Blow,
Margaret as his heir]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 351, dated April
21, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to "Margaret
Blow, heir of Antoine, Sr.," delivered to Agt. Douglass
husband of: Plouffe, Archange (1815) born: Pembina
issue: Plouffe, Catherin (1834) born: Red River Br.
     Plouffe, Gabriel (1837) born: Pembina
     Plouffe, Magdalan (1839) born: Pembina
     Plouffe, Baptiste (1844) born: Pembina
     Plouffe, Pierre (1846) born: Pembina
     Plouffe, Xavier (1850) born: Pembina

Rasignol, Margaret (abt.1823 - March 31, 1900) [VRA #12s] [R.L. Scrip
#351/heir]                                                           ·
Rasignol, Margaret [R.L. Scrip #145/heir & 373/heir]                 ·
Blue, Margaret (abt.1823 - March 31, 1900) [VRA #12s]                   ·
Bottineau, Margaret (abt.1823 - March 31, 1900) [VRA #12s]              ·
Baldwin, Margaret (abt.1823 - March 31, 1900) [VRA #12s]                ·
Blow, Margaret [R.L. Scrip]                                          ·
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #12s], she was Original
Allottee 3304 (WE-3304) on the White Earth Reservation in Minnesota.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed Scrip No. 351
issued April 21, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
April 18, 1874, delivered April 21, 1874 [notation: heir of Blow,
Antoine Sr."]; Halfbreed Scrip No. 145 issued to Margaret Rasignole,
heir of Augustin, March 14, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, March 8, 1873, delivered March 15, 1873; and Halfbreed Scrip
No. 373 issued to Margaret Rasignole, heir of Joseph, on April 21, 1874,
under the authority of Secretarial Decision, April 18, 1974, delivered
April 21, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 145 [checked], dated March
14th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered March 15th, 1873, issued to "Margaret
Rasignole, heir of Augustin Rasignole," delivered to Agt. E.P. Smith
wife of, #1: Bottineau, Basil (abt.1820) [VRA #12], son of Bottineau,
Charles [VRA] and Ah-dick-Songab, Margaret [VRA]
issue: Bottineau, Charles (abt.1838) [VRA #95]
wife of, #2: Baldwin, Bailey T. [VRA #12s]
352
Doffinais, Maxim [R.L. Scrip #352/estate]                          ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
352 issued to Dauphinais, Michael as the "heir of Maxim" April 21,
1874, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, April 18, 1874,
delivered April 21, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 352, dated April
21st, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 24, 1874, issued to Michael
Dauphinais, heir of Maxime," delivered to Agt. Douglass

Doffinais,  Michel (1772) [1850 U.S.]                              ·
Dauphinais, Michel [R.L. Scrip #58]                                ·
Dauphinais, Michael [R.L. Scrip #352]                              ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 107/107, born
Upper Canada Br., [White] Farmer
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
58 issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873; and Halfbreed
Scrip No. 352 issued to Michael Dauphinais as the "heir of Maxim"
April 21, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, April 18,
1874, delivered April 21, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 58 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Michael Dauphinais, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith; and Number 352,
dated April 21st, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 24, 1874, issued to
Michael Dauphinais, heir of Maxime," delivered to Agt. Douglass
issue: Doffinais, Baptiste (1828), born Red River Br., Hunter
     Doffinais, Delciede (1835), born Red River Br.
     Doffinais, Susanna (1838), born Red River Br.
     Doffinais, Catherine (1840), born Red River Br.
     Doffinais, Caroline (1845), born Red River Br.
353
Dechamp, Francois [R.L. Scrip #353]                                ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
353 issued April 21, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, April 18, 1874, delivered April 21, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 353, dated April
21, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to Francois
Dechamp, delivered to Agt. Douglass
354
Delonais, Michael [R.L. Scrip #354/estate]                         ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
354 issued to Delonais, Baptiste, heir of Michael, issued April 21,
1874, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, April 18, 1874,
delivered April 21, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 354, dated April
21st, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to "Baptiste
Delonias, heir of Michael," delivered to Agt. Douglass

Delonais, Baptiste [R.L. Scrip #55]                            ·
Delonais, Baptiste [R.L. Scrip #354/heir]                      ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed
Scrip No. 55 issued February 12, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 12, 1873,
and Halfbreed Scrip No. 354 issued to Baptiste Delonais, "heir of
Michael" April 21, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, April 18, 1874, delivered April 21, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 55
[checked], dated February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February
12, 1873, issued to Baptiste Delonais, delivered to Agent E.P.
Smith
355
Delonais, David [R.L. Scrip #355/held in trust]                    ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrp No.
355 issued to Delonais, Isabella in trust for David Delonais, issued
April 21, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, April 18,
1874, delivered April 21, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 355, dated April
21, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to "Isabella
Delonais, in trust for David," delivered to Agt. Douglass

Delonais, Isabella [R.L. Scrip #355/trustee]                       ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
355 issued to Isabella Delonais "in trust for Delonais, David" issued
April 21, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, April 18,
1874, delivered April 21, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 355, dated April
21, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to "Isabella
Delonais, in trust for David," delivered to Agt. Douglass
356
Gardipin, Josette [Joseph] (1839) [1850 U.S.]
Gardissie, Joseph [*1868]                                    ·P63.7d
Gardepie, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #356]                                 ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, Family 183/183,
born Pembina
Pembina Annuity Roll, Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:145
                        - 1 man, 1 woman,   3 children     $ 15 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...."  Halfbreed Scrip No.
356 issued April 21, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, April 18, 1874, delivered April 21, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 356, dated April
21, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to Joseph
Gardepie, delivered to Agt. Douglass
listed with household of: Gardipin, Francois (1824)
357
Gardipin, Francois (1824) [1850 U.S.]                              ·
Gardepie, Francois [R.L. Scrip #357]                               ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, Family 183/183,
born Pembina, Hunter
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
357 issued April 21, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, April 18, 1874, delivered April 21, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 357, dated April
21, 1872, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to Francois
Gardepie, delivered to Agt. Douglass
listed with: Gardipin, Alen (1825)
     Gardipin, Josette [Joseph] (1839)
     Gardipin, Josette (1844)
     Gardipin, Agustis (1846)
     Gardipin, Sarah (1848)
     Gardipin, Caroline (1840)
     Gardipin, Josette (1800)
     Gardipin, Baptiste (1835)
     Gardipin, Louis (1839)
     Gardipin, Mary Ann (1842)
358
Gaubin, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #358/estate]                            ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
358 issued April 21, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, April 18, 1874, delivered April 21, 1874 to Gaubin,
Catherine, his heir
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 358, dated April
21, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to "Catherine
Gaubin, heir of Joseph," delivered to Agt. Douglass

Gaubin, Catherine [R.L. Scrip #358/heir]                           ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
358 issued April 21, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, April 18, 1874, delivered April 21, 1874, to Catherine,
Gaubin "heir of Joseph"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 358, dated April
21, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to "Catherine
Gaubin, heir of Joseph," delivered to Agt. Douglass
359
Gaubin, Jean [R.L. Scrip #359/estate]                              ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...."  Halfbreed Scrip No.
359 issued April 21, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, April 18, 1874, delivered April 21, 1874 to Gaubin, Louise,
his heir
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 359, dated April
21, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to "Louise
Gaubin, Heir of Jean," delivered to Agt. Douglass

Gaubin, Louise [R.L. Scrip #359/heir]                              ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
359 issued April 21, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, April 18, 1874, delivered April 21, 1874 to Louise Gladue,
"heir of Jean"
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 359, dated April
21, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to "Louise
Gaubin, Heir of Jean," delivered to Agt. Douglass
360
Gladdue, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #360]                                 ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...."  Halfbreed Scrip No.
360 issued April 21, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, April 18, 1874, delivered April 21, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 360, dated April
21, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to Antoine
Gladdue, delivered to Agt. Douglass
361
Gladeau, Pierre [Lake Superior Scrip]                              ·
Gladue, Pierre [R.L. Scrip #361]
Lake Superior Halfbreed Scrip: Gladeau, Pierre; Aug. 20, 1869 - St.
Cloud, Minn.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
361 issued April 21, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, April 18, 1874, delivered April 21, 1874 [notation: "son of
Charles"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 361, dated April
21, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to "Pierre
Gladue, son of Charles," delivered to Agt. Douglass
son of: Gladue, Charles (1820)
362
Gadon [Godoin], Louis (1820) [1850 U.S.]                           ·
Goddon, Louis [R.L. Scrip #362]                                    ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 42/42, born Red
River Br., Hunter
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
362 issued April 21, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, April 18, 1874, delivered April 21, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 362, dated April
21, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to Louis Goddon,
delivered to Agt. Douglass
husband of: Gadon, Isabella (1820), born Red River Br.
issue: Gadon, Louis (1836), born Red River Br.
Gadon, Joseph (1838), born Red River Br.
Gadon, Marguritte (1840), born Red River Br.
Gadon, Cathrin (1843), born Red River Br.
Gadon, Gelbert (1846), born Red River Br.
Gadon, David (1849), born Red River Br.
363
GAGNON, Joseph (1814) [1850 U.S.]                                 ·G
Gornon, Joseph [*1865]
Gounso, Joseph [1866]
Gurneo, Joseph Jr. [R.L. Scrip #363]                               ·
Gurneo, Joseph Jr. [R.L. Scrip #364/heir]
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850:120/120  born: Red
River Br.  occupation: hunter
Red Lake Annuity Roll, Mons o mo's Band - 1865:155
-                         1 man, 1 woman,                  $ 15 paid
1866:352 -                1 man, 1 woman,                  $ 16 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...."  Halfbreed Scrip No.
363 issued April 21, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, April 18, 1874, delivered April 21, 1874, and Halfbreed
Scrip No. 364 issued April 21, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, April 18, 1874, delivered April 21, 1874 to
Joseph Gurneo, Jr., as "heir of Joseph, Sr."
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 363, dated April
21, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to Joseph
Gurneo, Jr., delivered to Agt. Douglass
husband of: Gagnon, Marie (1815) born: Red River Br.
issue: Gagnon, Adelaide (1835) born: Red River Br.
     Gagnon, Magdalane (1839) born: Red River Br.
     Gagnon, Magdalane (1839) born: Red River Br.
     Gagnon, Angelic (1837) born: Red River Br.
     Gagnon, Joseph (1841) +
     Gagnon, Indigne (1843) born: Red River Br.
     Gagnon, Ann (1845) born: Red River Br.
364
GERNON, Joseph (1790) [1850 U.S.]                                 ·G
Gurneo, Joseph Sr. [R.L. Scrip #364/estate]                        ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850:133/133  born: La
Pointe, Wis. [Pembina]  occupation: hunter
[1850: husband of: Gernon, Angelic (1800) born: La Pointe, Wis.
     Gernon, Marguritte (1820) +
[1850: father of: Gernon, Ann (1841) born: La Pointe, Wis.
Gornon, Joseph [1863 "Treaty"]
Gornau, Joseph Sen'r [*1866-7]
Pembina Annuity Roll, Little Shell's Band, 1866:2/30 -
                          1 man, 1 woman                     $5 paid
1867:166 -                1 man, 1 woman                     $8 paid
October 2, 1863, "Old Crossing Treaty," "his x mark, Joseph Gornon,
Warrior of Pembina" #10
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...."  Halfbreed Scrip No.
364 issued April 21, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, April 18, 1874, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to Gurneo,
Joseph Jr., as "heir of Joseph Sr."
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 364, dated April
21, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to "Joseph
Gurneo Jr. heir of Joseph Sr.," delivered to Agt. Douglass

GAGNON, Joseph (1814) [1850 U.S.]                                 ·G
Gornon, Joseph [*1865]
Gounso, Joseph [1866]
Gurneo, Joseph Jr. [R.L. Scrip #363]                               ·
Gurneo, Joseph Jr. [R.L. Scrip #364/heir]
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850:120/120  born: Red
River Br.  occupation: hunter
Red Lake Annuity Roll, Mons o mo's Band - 1865:155
-                         1 man, 1 woman,                  $ 15 paid
1866:352 -                1 man, 1 woman,                  $ 16 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...."  Halfbreed Scrip No.
363 issued April 21, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, April 18, 1874, delivered April 21, 1874, and Halfbreed
Scrip No. 364 issued April 21, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, April 18, 1874, delivered April 21, 1874 to
Joseph Gurneo, Jr., as "heir of Joseph, Sr."
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 363, dated April
21, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to Joseph
Gurneo, Jr., delivered to Agt. Douglass; and Number 364, dated April
21, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to "Joseph
Gurneo Jr. heir of Joseph Sr.," delivered to Agt. Douglass
husband of: Gagnon, Marie (1815) born: Red River Br.
issue: Gagnon, Adelaide (1835) born: Red River Br.
     Gagnon, Magdalane (1839) born: Red River Br.
     Gagnon, Magdalane (1839) born: Red River Br.
     Gagnon, Angelic (1837) born: Red River Br.
     Gagnon, Joseph (1841) +
     Gagnon, Indigne (1843) born: Red River Br.
     Gagnon, Ann (1845) born: Red River Br.
365
Harmon, Edward [R.L. Scrip #365]                                   ·
Harman, Edward [R.L. Scrip #365]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
365 issued April 21, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, April 18, 1874, delivered April 21, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 365, dated April
21, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to Edward
Harman, delivered to Agt. Douglass
366
Jerome, Louis (1833) [1850 U.S.]                                   ·
Jerome, Louis [R.L. Scrip #366]                                    ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, family 62/62, born
Red River Br., Hunter
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
366 issued April 21, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered April 21, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 366, dated April
21, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to Louis Jerome,
delivered to Agt. Douglass
son of: Jerome, Martin (1800) and , Elizabeth (1809)
367
Laurente, Paul (1828) [1850 U.S.]                                  ·
Larente, Paul [R.L. Scrip #367]                                    ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 10/10, born
Pembina, Hunter
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrp No.
367 issued April 21, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, April 18, 1874, delivered April 21, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 367, dated April
21, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to Paul Larente,
delivered to Agt. Douglass
husband of: Laurente, Marie (1833)
368
Lasert, Louis (1814) [1850 U.S.]                                   ·
Lasarte, Louis [R.L. Scrip #368]                                   ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 6/6, born Red
River Br., Blacksmith
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
368 issued April 21, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, April 18, 1874, delivered April 21, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 368, dated April
21, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to Louis
Lasarte, delivered to Agt. Douglass
husband of: Lasert, Josette (1826), born Red River Br.
issue: Lasert, Catherine (1844)
     Lasert, Marie (1846)
     Lasert, Louis (1847)
     Lasert, Josette (1849)
369
Leith, Peter [R.L. Scrip #369]                                     ·
Leith, Peter (1831) [1889 "Agreement"]                             ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
369 issued April 21, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, April 18, 1874, delivered April 21, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 369, dated April
21, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to Peter Leith,
delivered to Agt. Dougass
1889 Agreement, Pembina White Earth, #35: Peter Leith, age 58 (signed)
370
Leith, William [R.L. Scrip #370]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
370 issued April 21, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, April 18, 1874, delivered April 21, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 370, dated April
21, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to William
Leith, delivered to Agt. Douglass
371
McCoy, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #371]                                    ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
371 issued April 21, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, April 18, 1874, delivered April 21, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 371, dated April
21, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to Joseph McCoy,
delivered to Agt. Douglass
372
Moursete, Harcine Jr. [R.L. Scrip #372]                            ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
372 issued April 21, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, April 18, 1874, delivered April 21, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 372, dated April
21, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to Harcine
Moursete, Jr., delivered to Agt. Douglass
373
Rasignole, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #373/estate]                         ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
373 issued to Rasignole, Margaret, heir of Joseph, on April 21, 1874,
under the authority of Secretarial Decision, April 18, 1974, delivered
April 21, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 373, dated April
21, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to "Margaret
Rasignole, heir of Joseph," delivered to Agt. Douglass

Rasignol, Margaret (abt.1823 - March 31, 1900) [VRA #12s] [R.L. Scrip
#351/heir]                                                           ·
Rasignol, Margaret [R.L. Scrip #145/heir & 373/heir]                 ·
Blue, Margaret (abt.1823 - March 31, 1900) [VRA #12s]                   ·
Bottineau, Margaret (abt.1823 - March 31, 1900) [VRA #12s]              ·
Baldwin, Margaret (abt.1823 - March 31, 1900) [VRA #12s]                ·
Blow, Margaret [R.L. Scrip]                                          ·
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #12s], she was Original
Allottee 3304 (WE-3304) on the White Earth Reservation in Minnesota.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No. 351
issued April 21, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
April 18, 1874, delivered April 21, 1874 [notation: heir of Blow,
Antoine Sr."]; Halfbreed Scrip No. 145 issued to Margaret Rasignole,
heir of Augustin, March 14, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, March 8, 1873, delivered March 15, 1873; and Halfbreed Scrip
No. 373 issued to Margaret Rasignole, heir of Joseph, on April 21, 1874,
under the authority of Secretarial Decision, April 18, 1974, delivered
April 21, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 145 [checked], dated March
14th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered March 15th, 1873, issued to "Margaret
Rasignole, heir of Augustin Rasignole," delivered to Agt. E.P. Smith
wife of, #1: Bottineau, Basil (abt.1820) [VRA #12], son of Bottineau,
Charles [VRA] and Ah-dick-Songab, Margaret [VRA]
issue: Bottineau, Charles (abt.1838) [VRA #95]
wife of, #2: Baldwin, Bailey T. [VRA #12s]
374
Taylor, Henry [R.L. Scrip #374]                                    ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No.
374 issued April 21, 1874, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, April 18, 1874; delivered April 21, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 374, dated April
21, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to Henry Taylor,
delivered to Agt. Douglass
375
Wallette, Joseph [VRA #43s]                                        ·
Wallette, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #375]                                 ·
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #43s]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No.
375 issued April 21, 1874, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, April 18, 1874; delivered April 21, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 375, dated April
21, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to Joseph
Wallette, delivered to Agt. Douglass
husband of, #:
issue: Wallette, Joseph Jr.
husband of, #: Daniels, Theresa aka Houle, Theresa
issue: Wallette, Isadore (April 2, 1830), aka Ouillette, Isadore
(April 2, 1830), baptized April 3, 1830, St. Boniface, Winnipeg,
Canada
     Wallette, Francois (August 7, 1832), baptized August 12, 1832,
St. Boniface, Winnipeg, Manitoba
     Oulette, Antoine [VRA #45s], who married Bottineau, Angelique
(abt.1841) [VRA #45]
376
Wallette, Joseph Jr. [R.L. Scrip #376]                             ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No.
376 issued April 21, 1874, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, April 18, 1874; delivered April 21, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 376, dated April
21, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to Joseph
Wallette, Jr., delivered to Agt. Douglass
377
Wallette, Moses (1862 - September 17, 1929) [VRA #155]             ·
Wallette, Moses [R.L. Scrip #377]                                  ·
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #155], both she and her
husband were enrolled on the Turtle Mountain Reservation.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No.
377 issued April 21, 1874, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, April 18, 1874; delivered April 21, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 377, dated April
21, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to Moses
Wallette, delivered to Agt. Douglass
son of: Wallette, Francois (August 7, 1832) and Bottineau, Marie
(abt.1834) [VRA #43]
husband of: Peltier, Melanie (1862 - December 10, 1924), daughter of
Peltier, Pierre and Deschamp, Josette
issue: Wallette, Francois (1885) [VRA #297]
     Wallette, Joseph (1887) [VRA #298], married Martin, Mary Caroline
     Wallette, John Baptiste (1889) [VRA #299]
     Wallette, Josephine (1891) [VRA #300]
378
Wallette, St. Pierre [R.L. Scrip #378]                             ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No.
378 issued April 21, 1874, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, April 18, 1874; delivered April 21, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 378, dated April
21, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered April 21, 1874, issued to St. Pierre
Wallette, delivered to Agt. Douglass
379
Bellcourt, Pascal [R.L. Scrip #379]                                ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed Scrip No.
379, Schedule B., issued May 5, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered May 5, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 379, dated May 5,
1874, 160 Acres, delivered May 5th, 1874, issued to Pascal Bellcourt,
delivered to Agt. Douglass
380
Beauchamp, David [R.L. Scrip #380]                                 ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [checked], notation
"30 years," notation that he is the "same party, see Schedule B" as
Beauchamp, David, [B 45] who was issued Halfbreed Scrip no. 380 on May
5, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872,
delivered May 5, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 380, dated May 5th,
1874, 160 Acres, delivered May 5th, 1874, issued to David Beauchamp,
delivered to Agt. Douglass
381
Bellehemur, Antoine - Chief Nephew [*1865]                    ·P177.2a
Bellehimeur, Michael [*1866-7]                                ·P177.3b
Bellhemeur, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #381]                                ·
Monette, Antoine [Scrip/note]                                        ·
Mounet, Michael [R.L. Scrip #76]                                     ·
Mounet, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #202]                                    ·
Pembina Annuity Roll, Ais ance's Band, 1865:64
                          - 1 man, 1 woman,   1 child        $ 15 paid
Little Shell's Band, 1866:3/9
                          - 1 man, 1 woman,   8 children     $ 25 paid
1867:189                  - 1 man, 1 woman,   8 children     $ 40 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip was
Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed Scrip No. 381,
Schedule B issued May 5, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered May 5, 1874 [notation: "same as
Monette, A., see B. Bot. Half"]; Halfbreed Scrip No. 76 issued February
12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872,
delivered February 12, 1873; and Halfbreed Scrip No. 202 [checked]
[notation: "same as Ant. Bellhemeur, see B. 136 & L 117] issued July 7,
1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872,
delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake
and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 76 [checked], dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued to
Michael Mounet, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith; Number 202 [checked[,
dated July 7th, 1873, 160 Acres, issued to Antoine Mounet, delivered to
Agent E. Douglas
382
Champaigne, Pierre [R.L. Scrip #382]                               ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
382 issued May 5, 1874, under the authority [notation: "see secesion"]
of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered May 5, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 382, dated May 5th,
1874, 160 Acres, delivered May 5th, 1874, issued to Pierre Champaigne,
delivered to Agt. Douglass
383
Gladue, Corbert [R.L. Scrip #383]                                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
383 [checked] issued May 5, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered May 5, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 383, dated May 5th,
1874, 160 Acres, delivered May 5th, 1874, issued to Corbert Gladdue,
delivered to Agt. Douglass
384
Parisian, Isidore [R.L. Scrip #384]                                ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
384 issued May 5, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872, delivered May 5, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 384, dated May 5th,
1874, 160 Acres, delivered May 5th, 1874, issued to Isidore Parisian,
delivered to Agt. Douglass
385
Roy, Narcisse [R.L. Scrip #385]                                    ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No.
385 issued May 5, 1874, under the Authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872; delivered May 5, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 385, dated May 5th,
1874, 160 Acres, delivered May 5th, 1874, issued to Narcisse Roy,
delivered to Agt. Douglass
386
Vermet, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #386]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No.
386 [checked] issued May 5, 1874, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered May 5, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 386, dated May 5th,
1874, 160 Acres, delivered May 5th, 1874, issued to Joseph Vermet,
delivered to Agt. Douglass
387
Vermuet, Pierre [R.L. Scrip #387]                                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No.
387 issued May 5, 1874, under the Authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872; delivered May 5, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 387, dated May 5th,
1874, 160 Acres, delivered May 5th, 1874, issued to Pierre Vermuet,
delivered to Agt. Douglass
388
Oulette, Antoine [VRA #45s]                                        ·
Wallet, Antoine [VRA #45s]                                         ·
Wallette, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #388]                                ·
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #45s]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No.
388 issued May 5, 1874, under the Authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872; delivered May 5, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 388, dated May 5th,
1874, 160 Acres, delivered May 5, 1874, issued to Antoine Wallette,
delivered to Agt. Douglass
son of: Oulette, Joseph and Houle, Theresa
husband of: Bottineau, Angelique (abt.1841) [VRA #45]
issue: Oulette, Francois, who married Wells, Alexa of Turtle Mountain,
North Dakota
389
Wells, Daniel [R.L. Scrip #389]                                    ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No.
389 issued May 5, 1874, under the Authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872; delivered May 5, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 389, dated May 5th,
1874, 160 Acres, delivered May 5th, 1874, issued to Daniel Wells,
delivered to Agt. Douglass
390
Wells, John (1849) [1850 U.S.]                                     ·
Wells, John [R.L. Scrip #390]                                      ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, (under family #73,
Belgard), born Red River Br.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No.
390 issued May 5, 1874, under the Authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872; delivered May 5, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 390, dated May 5th,
1874, 160 Acres, delivered May 5th, 1874, issued to John Wells,
delivered to Agt. Douglass
son of: Wells, Edward (1812) and , Issabella (1819)
391
Gadon, Joseph (1838) [1850 U.S.]                                   ·
Godon, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #391]                                    ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 42/42, born Red
River Br.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
391 issued May 8, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
May 6th, 1874, delivered May 8, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 391, dated May 8th,
1874, 160 Acres, delivered May 8th, 1874, issued to Joseph Godon,
delivered to Agent Douglass
son of: Gadon [Godoin], Louis (1820) and , Isabella (1820)
392
Turpin, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #392]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No.
392 issued May 8, 1874, under the Authority of Secretarial Decision,
May 6, 1874; delivered May 8, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 392, dated May 8th,
1874, 160 Acres, delivered May 8th, 1874, issued to Joseph Turpin,
delivered to Agt. Douglass
393
AZURE, Joseph (1810)                                               ·
Azure, Joseph Sen. [R.L. Scrip #393]                               ·
Azzure, Joseph Sen. [R.L. Scrip #393]                              ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, family 130/130,
born Red River Br. [occupation: Hunter]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" [checkmark],
halfbreed scrip No. 393 issued May 20, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision June 12, 1872, delivered May 20, 1874.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 393, dated May
20th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered May 20th, 1874, issued to Joseph
Azzure, Sen., delivered to Agt. Douglass
husband of: Azure, Josette (1818) Red River Br.
issue: Azure, Joseph (1840) Red River Br.
     Azure, Isabella (1842) Red River Br.
     Azure, Mary (1844) Red River Br.
     Azure, Antoine (1847) Red River Br.
394
Azure, Joseph (1840)                                               ·
Azure, Joseph Junior [R.L. Scrip]                                  ·
Azure, Joseph Junior [R.L. Scrip #394]                             ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, family 130/130,
born Red River Br.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [checkmark],
Halfbreed Scrip No. 374, issued May 20, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered May 20, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 394, dated May 20,
1874, 160 Acres, delivered May 20th, 1874, issued to Joseph Azure,
Junior, delivered to Agt. Douglass
son of: Azure, Joseph (1810) and Azure, Josette (1818)
395
Gobbin, Batiste [R.L. Scrip #395]                                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
395 issued May 20, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872, delivered May 20, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 395, dated May 20,
1874, 160 Acres, delivered May 20th, 1874, issued to Batiste Gobbin,
delivered to Agt. Douglass
396
Laverdure, Pierre (1839) [1850 U.S.]                               ·
Laverdure, Pierre Jr. [R.L. Scrip]                                 ·
Laverdure, Pierre, Sen. [R.L. Scrip #396]                          ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, family 51/51, born
Pembina
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [notation: "see Le
B., 82-91"]; and Halfbreed Scrip No. 396 issued May 20, 1874, under
the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered May
20, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 396, dated May
20th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered May 20th, 1874, issued to Pierre
Laverdure, Sen., delivered to Agt. Douglass
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877] relating
to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": "same family as 455
[Laverdure, Francis Xavier (abt.1843)], 461 [Laverdure, Joseph (2nd)
(abt.1836)], 465 [Santwier, Albert], List A"
son of: Laverdure, Louis (1814) and , Therese (1810)
397
Marchand, Philip [R.L. Scrip #397]                                 ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
397 [checked] issued May 20, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered May 20, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 397, dated May 20,
1874, 160 Acres, delivered May 20, 1874, issued to Philip Marchand,
delivered to Agt. Douglass
398
Lane, Esiare [R.L. Scrip #398]                                     ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
398 [checked] issued July 14, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 14, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 398, dated July 20,
1874, 160 Acres, delivered July 14, 1874, issued to Esaire Lane,
delivered to Agt. Douglass
399
Langie, Francois Jr. [R.L. Scrip #399]                             ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
399, issued July 11, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 14, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 399, dated July 14,
1874, 160 Acres, delivered July 14, 1874, issued to Francois Langie,
Jr., delivered to Agt. Douglass
400
Bell, Frank [R.L. Scrip #400]                                      ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [checked], Halfbreed
Scrip No. 400
, issued August 24, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered August 24, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 400, dated August
24, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered August 24, 1874, issued to Frank Bell,
delivered to Agt. Stowe
401
Bell, John [R.L. Scrip #401]                                       ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [checked] Halfbreed
Scrip No. 401
, issued August 24, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered August 24, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 401, dated Aug. 24,
1974, 160 Acres, delivered August 24, 1874, issued to John Bell,
delivered to Agt. Stowe
402
Below, Augustus [R.L. Scrip #402]                                  ·
Belon, Augustus [R.L. Scrip #402]                                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [checked] Halfbreed
Scrip No. 402
issued August 24, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered August 24, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 402, dated August
24th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered August 24th, 1874, issued to Augustus
Belon, delivered to Agt. Stowe
403
Beauregard, Alexis [R.L. Scrip #403]                               ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [checked] Halfbreed
Scrip No. 403 issued August 24, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered August 24, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 403, dated Aug.
24th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered August 24th, 1874, issued to Alexis
Beauregard, delivered to Agt. Stowe
404
Pellican, Daniel [R.L. Scrip #404]                                 ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
404 issued August 24, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered August 24, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 404, dated August
24th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered August 24th, 1874, issued to Daniel
Pellican, delivered to Agt. Stowe
405
Jarvin, Seleman [R.L. Scrip #405]                                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
405 issued September 18, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered September 18, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 405, dated Sept.
18th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered Sept. 18th, 1874, issued to Seleman
Jarvin, delivered to Agt. Stowe
406
Buche, Francois
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
406
issued November 4, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered November 4, 1874
407
Lepine, Ambroise D. [R.L. Scrip #407]                              ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
407 [checked] issued November 4, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered November 4, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 407, dated Nov.
4th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered Nov. 4th, 1874, issued to Abroise D.
Lepine, delivered to Agt. Stowe
408
Leveille, Sophie [R.L. Scrip #408]                                 ·
Lavillien, Sophia [R.L. Scrip #408, name changed to Sophie
Leveille]                                                          ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
408 [checked] issued November 4, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered November 4, 1873
[notation: "for her husband"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 408, dated Nov.
4th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered Nov. 4th, 1874, issued to "Sophie
L'‚viell‚, for her husband," delivered to Agt. Stowe
409
Parasien, Enggnore [R.L. Scrip #409]                               ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
409 [checked] issued November 4, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered November 4, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 409, dated Nov. 4,
1874, 160 Acres, delivered Nov. 4, 1874, issued to Enggnore Parasien,
delivered to Agt. Stowe
410
Turpin, Exavier Jr. [R.L. Scrip #410]                              ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip No.
410 issued January 8, 1875, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered January 8, 1875
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 410, dated January
8th, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered January 8th, 1875, issued to Exavier
Turpin, Jr., delivered to Agt. Stowe
411
Potral, Henrie Jr. [R.L. Scrip #411]                               ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
411 [checked] issued January 8, 1875, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered January 8, 1875
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 411, dated January
8th, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered January 8th, 1875, issued to Henrie
Potral, Jr., delivered to Agt. Stowe
412
Abair, William [R.L. Scrip #412]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....", Halfbreed Scrip No.
412, issued March 12, 1875, issued under authority of the Secretary,
March 10, 1875, delivered March 12, 1875
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 412, issued March
12th, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 12th, 1875, issued to William
Abair, delivered to Lewis Stowe, U.S. Ind. Agt.
413
Brunelle, Paul [R.L. Scrip #295]                                   ·
Bruna, Paul Z. [R.L. Scrip #413]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
295 issued January 19, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, December 27, 1873, delivered January 19, 1874
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 413, dated March
12th, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 12th, 1875, issued to Paul Z.
Bruna, delivered to Agt. Whitehead [notation: "cancelled.  See Agt.
Whitehead letter July 19, 1875 [W 1222]"]
414
Colafell, Angus [R.L. Scrip #414]                                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip No.
414 issued March 12, 1875, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, March 10, 1875, delivered March 12, 1875
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 414, dated March
12, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 12, 1875, issued to Angus
Calafell, delivered to Agt. Stowe
415
Day, Alvin [R.L. Scrip #415 & #478]                              ·
Day, Alvin [McIntyre Report]                                     ·
^,(>,"^,[ Nun dah o nub [McIntyre Report]                        ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 478 issued August 9, 1882, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, July 11, 1882, delivered August 9, 1882 [notation:
"{Receipt of scrip acknowleged by H. J. Gray Attorney, see 14726 -
1882, filed with 12549/1882}"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 415, dated March
12, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 12, 1875, issued to Alvin Day,
delivered to Agt. Whitehead [notation: "cancelled.  See Agt.
Whitehead letter July 19, 1875 [W 1222]"]; and Number 478, dated
August 9, 1882, 160 Acres, delivered August 9, 1882, issued to Alvin
Day, delivered to H.J. May, Atty for Scripee, Case Britton & Gray,
Washington, D.C.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": "Alvin
Day. Full Blood Indian, name 'Nun-dah-o-nub'."
416
Day, James R. [R.L. Scrip #416 & #479]                           ·
Day, James R. [McIntyre Report]                                  ·
},(;,(\"-: Shan yan go say [McIntyre Report]                     ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 479 issued August 9, 1882, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, July 11, 1882, delivered August 9, 1882 [notation:
"{Receipt of scrip acknowleged by H. J. Gray Attorney, see 14726 -
1882, filed with 12549/1882}"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 416, dated March
12, 1875, issued to James R. Day [item included in stub book
includes actual scrip, with notation, "Agent Whitehead, ... 19, 1875
[W 1222]"]; [scrip stub]: Number 416, dated March 12, 1875, 160
Acres, delivered March 12, 1875, issued to James R. Day, delivered
to Agt. Whitehead [notation: "Cancelled, see Agt. Whitehead's
letter, July 19, 1875 [W 1222]"] -- in addition to the torn scrip
and scrip stub, there is also an intact scrip stub and attached
scrip, Number 416, dated March 12, 1876, 160 Acres, delivered March
12, 1876, issued to James R. Day, sent to Agt. Whitehead; the name
on the scrip is Alfred E. Day, with a notation "cancelled, see Agt.
Whitehead letter July 19th, 1875 [W 1222]"]; and Stub Number 479,
dated August 9, 1882, 160 Acres, delivered August 9, 1882, issued to
James R. Day, delivered to W.J. Gray, Atty for Scripee, Case Britton
& Gray, Washington, D.C.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": "James R.
Day. {Leech Lake} Fullblood Indian, name 'Shan-yan-go-say.'  See
Iar. Indian Roll.  I saw the whole family and think I can tell an
Indian from a halfbreed."
417
Day, Alfred E. [R.L. Scrip #417 & #477]                          ·
Day, Alfred E. [McIntyre Report]                                 ·
"Red Cheeks" [McIntyre Report]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 477 issued August 9, 1882, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, July 11, 1882, delivered August 9, 1882 [notation:
"{Receipt of scrip acknowleged by H. J. Gray Attorney, see 14726 -
1882, filed with 12549/1882}"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 417, dated March
12, 175, 160 acres, delivered March 12, 1875, issued to Alfred E.
Day, delivered to Agt. Whitehead [notation: "Cancelled, see Agt.
Whitehead letter July 19, 1875 [W 1222]"]; attached is Scrip No.
417, with the same notation; and Number 477, dated August 9, 1882,
160 Acres, delivred Aug. 9, 1882, issued to Alfred E. Day, delivered
to "H.J. Gray, Atty for Scrippee, Case Britton & Gray, Washington"
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": "Alfred E.
Day.  Full Blood Indian, name 'Red Cheeks'."
418
Day, Samuel R. [R.L. Scrip #418 & #480]                          ·
Day, Samuel R. [McIntyre Report]                                 ·
,',-:) An was ance [McIntyre Report]                             ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 480 issued August 9, 1882, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, July 11, 1882, delivered August 9, 1882 [notation:
"{Receipt of scrip acknowleged by H. J. Gray Attorney, see 14726 -
1882, filed with 12549/1882}"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 418, dated March
12, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 12, 1875, issued to Samuel R.
Day, delivered to Agt. Whitehead [notation: "Cancelled.  See Agt.
Whiteand letter July 19, 1875 [W 1222]"] -- attached is Scrip No.
418, made out to Sameul R. Day, with the same notation; and Scrip
Stub Number 480, dated August 9th, 1882, 160 Acres, delivered August
9, 1882, issued to Samuel R. Day, delivered to W.J. Gray, Atty. for
Scripee, Case Britton & Gray, Washingon, D.C.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": "Samuel R.
Day, Fullblood Indian, name 'An was ance'.  See Iar. Indian Roll. I
saw the whole family and think I can tell an Indian from a
halfbreed. {Leech Lake}"
419
Day, Thomas [R.L. Scrip #419 & #481]                             ·
Day, Thomas [McIntyre Report]                                    ·
\,(<:/,(<: Kan be man bay [McIntyre Report]                      ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 481 issued August 9, 1882, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, July 11, 1882, delivered August 9, 1882 [notation:
"{Receipt of scrip acknowleged by H. J. Gray Attorney, see 14726 -
1882, filed with 12549/1882}"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 419, dated March
12, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 12, 1875, issued to Thomas Day,
delivered to Agt. Whitehead -- note: Scrip No. 419, made out to
Thomas Day, is attached, with the notation, "Cancelled, see Agt.
Whitelead's letter July 19, 1875 [W 1222]"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": "Thomas
Day. {Leech Lake} Fullblood Indian, name 'Kan-be-man-bay'.  See Iar.
Indian Roll. I saw the whole family and think I can tell an Indian
from a halfbreed."
420
De Luc, Angoine [R.L. Scrip #420]                                ·
De Luc, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #420]                                ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 420 issued March 12, 1875, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, March 20, 1875, delivered March 12, 1875
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 420, dated March
12, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 12, 1875, issued to Antoine De
Luc, delivred to Agent Stowe
421
Devereaux, George [R.L. Scrip #421]                              ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 421 issued March 12, 1875, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, March 20, 1875, delivered March 12, 1875
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 412, dated March
12, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 12, 1875, issued to George
Deveraux, delivered to Agent Stowe
422
Folsum, Frank [R.L. Scrip #422]                                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 422 issued March 12, 1875, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, March 10, 1875, delivered March 12, 1875
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 422, dated March
12, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 12, 1875, issued to Frank
Folsom, delivered to Agent Stowe
423
Lambert, Thomas [R.L. Scrip #423 & #483]                         ·
Lambert, Thomas [McIntyre Report]                                ·
^:>,(':\:};[ Na tan we kishig [McIntyre Report]                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 483 issued August 9, 1882, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, July 11, 1882, delivered August 9, 1882
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 423, dated March
12, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 12, 1875, issued to Thomas
Lambert, delivered to Agent Whitehead; [note: Scrip No. 423 is
attached, made out to Thomas Lambert, with the notation, "Cancelled.
See Agt. Whitehead letter July 19, 1875 [W 1222]"]; and Scrip Stub
Number 483, dated August 9, 1882, 160 Acres, delivered August 9,
1882, issued to Thomas Lambert, delivered to W.J. Gray, Atty for
Scripee, Case Britton & Gray, Washington, D.C.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": "Thomas
Lambert, Leech Lake. Fullblood Indian name 'Na-tan-we-kishig'. Saw
in person."
424
Lambert, William [R.L. Scrip # 424 & #482]                       ·
Lambent, William [McIntyre Report]                               ·
/;^:\:};[ Mine ke shig [McIntyre Report]                         ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 482 issued August 9, 1882, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, July 11, 1882, delivered August 9, 1882
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 424, dated March
12, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 12, 1875, issued to William
Lambert, delivered to Agt. Whitehead; Scrip No. 424 is attached,
made out in the name of William Lambert, with the notation,
"Cancelled. See Agent Whitehead's letter July 19, 1875 [W 1222]";
and Scrip Stub Number 482, dated August 9th, 1882, 160 Acres,
delivered Aug. 9, 1882, issued to William Lambert, delivered to W.J.
Gray, Atty for Scripee, Case Britton & Gray, Washington, D.C.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": "William
Lambent, Leech Lake, Fullblood Indian, name 'Mine-ke-shig'. Persance
[?] investigation."
425
La Shapel, Peter [R.L. Scrip #425]                               ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 425 issued March 12, 1875, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, March 10, 1875, delivered March 12, 1875
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 425, dated March
12, 1876, 160 Acres, delivered March 12, 1875, issued to Peter La
Shapel, delivered to Agent Stowe
426
McLellan, Norman [R.L. Scrip #426 & #484]                        ·
\,^,(>,(\,/;\;}\,( Kan an tan cum ig ish kug [R.L. Scrip #484]   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 484 issued August 8, 1882, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, July 11, 1882, delivered August 9, 1882
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 426, dated March
12, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 12, 1875, issued to Norman
McLellan, delivered to Agent Whitehead; note: Scrip No. 426 is
attached, made out in the ame of Norman McLellan, with the notation,
"Cancelled.  See Agent Whitehead's letter, July 19, 1875 [W 1222]";
and Scrip Stub Number 484, dated August 9th, 1882, 160 Acres,
delivered August 9, 1882, issued to Norman McLellan, delivered to
H.J. Gray, Atty for Scripee, Case Britton & Gray, Washington, D.C.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": Norman
McLellan. Leech Lake Fullblood Indian, name \,^,(>,(\,/;\;}\,( Kan
an tan cum ig ish kug. #"
427
Morisin, Albert [R.L. Scrip #427]                                ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 427 issued March 12, 1875, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, March 10, 1875, delivered March 12, 1875
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 427, dated March
12, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 12, 1875, issued to Albert
Morison, delivered to Agent Stowe
428
Richie, Norman [R.L. Scrip #428]                                 ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 428 issued March 12, 1875, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, March 10, 1875, delivered March 12, 1875
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 428, dated March
12, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 12, 175, issued to Norman
Richie, delivered to Agent Stowe
429
Rolette, Joseph (1822) [1850 U.S.]                               ·
Rolette, Jas. [1849 Petition]
Rolette, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #429]                                ·
Roletto, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #429]                                ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 1/1, born
Prairie du Chien, Wis., Clerk
1849 Petition: Jas. Rolette
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 429 issued March 12, 1875, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, March 10, 1875, delivered March 12, 1875
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 429, dated March
12, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 12, 1875, issued to Joseph
Roletto, delivered to Agent Stowe
husband of: Rolette, Angelic (1830), born Red River Br.
issue: Rolette, Joseph (1847)
     Rolette, Vygina [Virginia] (1849)
430
,^:/:\:':\',( Ah ne me ke we gwon [11:10] [Powell 10/0115]       ·
Reese, Edw. [11:10] [Powell 10/0115]                             ·
Reese, Edward [R.L. Scrip #430]                                  ·
/,>,\":( Ma ta go en [R.L. Scrip]                                ·
Powell Genealogies, family #11:10
(O-2894) [notation: "MIXED BLOOD, Rahily 9/20/19"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 430, dated March
12, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 12, 1875, issued to Edward
Reese, delivered to Agent Whitehead; Scrip Number 430 is attached,
made out to Edward Reese, with the notation, "Cancelled.  see Agt.
Whitehead, letter, July 19, 1875 [W 1222]"
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": "Edward
Reese, Leech Lake. Is a fullblood Indian, name /,>,\":( Ma ta go en.
I know this Indian. McIntyre. #"
child of: /:/;-\',^"':) May mis quah no wance [11:4] and <:}:':) Pe
she wance [66:2a]
spouse of: ">,\';,}:\': O dah gwi aush equay (O-2895)
issue: Reese, Harry [11:30] (O-2896) [notation: "X M/"]
     Reese, Charles [11:31] (O-2897)
     /"\"/,^:\': Mo co mah ne quay [11:32] (O-2898) [notation: "X
M/"]
431
Thebold, Paul [R.L. Scrip #431]                                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 431 issued March 12, 1875, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, March 10, 1875; delivered March 12, 1875
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 431, dated March
12, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 12, 1875, issued to Paul
Thebold, delivered to Agent Stowe
432
Taylor, William [R.L. Scrip #432]                                ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 432 issued March 12, 1875, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, March 10, 1875; delivered March 12, 1875
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 432, dated March
12, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 12, 175, issued to William
Taylor, delivered to Agent Stowe
433
Wright, Franklin B. [R.L. Scrip # 433 & Scrip #486]              ·
\"},(\,( Ko shan gon [R.L. Scrip #486]                           ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 486 issued August 9, 1882, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, July 11, 1882; delivered August 9, 1882
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 433, dated March
12th, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 12th, 1875, issued to
Franklin B. Wright, delivered to Agt. Whitehead; Scrip Number 433 is
attached, made out to the name of Franklin B. Wright, with the
notation, "Cancelled.  See Agt. Whitehead's letter, July 19, 1875 [W
1222]"; And Scrip Stub Number 486, dated August 9, 1882, 160 Acres,
delivered Aug 9, 1882,. issued to Franklin B. Wright, delivered to
H.J. Gray, Atty for Scripee, Case Britton & Gray, Washington, D.C.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": "Franklin
B. Wright.  Leech Lake, Full Blood Indian, name \"},(\,( Ko shan
gon.  Mr Ruffee as Indian Agent can certify that these are full
blood Indians as were on the roll, can show that they have always
been enrolled as such.  I obtained this Indian name from the books
of Mr. Geo. A. Morrison trader at Leech Lake."
434
Wright, Robert L. [R.L. Scrip # 434 & Scrip #487]                ·
/,(}:\,(>":) Man she gan to ance [R.L. Scrip #487]               ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 487 issued August 9, 1882, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, July 11, 1882; delivered August 9, 1882
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 434, dated March
12, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 12, 1875, issued to Robert L.
Wright, delivered to Agent Whitehead; Scrip Number 434 is attached,
made out to Robert L. Wright, with the notation, "Cancelled.  See
Agt. Whitehead's letter, July 19, 1875 [W 1222]"; and Scrip Stub
Number 487, dated August 9, 1882, 160 Acres, delivered Aug. 9, 1882,
issued to Robert L. Wright, delivered to H.J. Gray, Atty for
Scripee, Case Britton & Gray, Washington, D.C.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": "Robt. L.
Wright. Is an Episcopal missionary, Leech Lake, Full blood Indian,
name /,(}:\,(>":) Man she gan to ance
435
McLellan, Charles [R.L. Scrip # 435 & Scrip #485]                ·
\,({:\:-.;[ Mah che ke stig [R.L. Scrip]                         ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 485 issued August 8, 1882, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, July 11, 1882, delivered August 9, 1882
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 435, dated March
12, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 12, 1875, issued to Charles
McLellan, delivered to Agent Whitehead; Scrip Number 435 is
attached, made out to Charles McLellan, with the notation,
"Cancelled.  See Agt. Whitehead's letter, July 19, 1873 [W'1222]";
and Scrip Stub Number 485, dated August 9th, 1882, 160 Acres,
delivered Aug 9, 1882, issued to Charles McLellan, delivered to H.J.
Gray, Atty for Scripee, Case Britton & Gray, Washington, D.C.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": "Charles
McLellan. Leech Lake. Fullblood Indian, name /,({:\:->;[ Mah che ke
stig. #"
436
Beaudrie, Baptiste [R.L. Scrip #436]                             ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....", Halfbreed Scrip
No. 436
, issued March 18, 1875, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered March 18, 1875
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 436, dated March
18, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 18, 1875, issued to Baptiste
Beaudrie, delivered to Agent Stowe
437
Gladue, Charles (1820) [1860 U.S.]                               ·
Gladue, Charle [*1868]                                    ·P63.17d
Gladdue, Chas. [R.L. Scrip #437]                                 ·
U.S. Census, Becker County, 1860, family 705/699, born Wisconsin,
common laborer - mulatto
Pembina Annuity Roll, Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:233
                      - 1 man, 1 woman,   5 children     $ 21 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 437 issued April 7, 1875, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered April 7th, 1875
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 437, dated April
7th, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered April 7, 1876, issued to Charles
Gladdue, delivered to Agent Stowe
listed with: Gladue, Michael[e] (1824), born Wisconsin - mulatto
father of: Gladue, Isabel (1843)
     Gladue, Catharine (1845)
     Gladue, Joseph (1847)
     Gladue, Edward (1849)
     Gladue, Pierre
438
Caribeaux, John Bte. [R.L. Scrip #438]                           ·
Carribeau, John Bte. [R.L. Scrip #438]                           ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 438 [checked] issued July 10, 1875, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 10, 1875
[notation: "approved conditionall 'H 15'" -- notation deleted]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 438, dated July
10, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered July 10, 1875, issued to John Bte.
Carribeau, delivered to Agt. Stowe
439
Labonicane, Jerome [R.L. Scrip #439]                             ·
Laboucane, Jerome [R.L. Scrip #439]                              ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 439 issued July 10, 1875, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 10, 1875
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 439, dated July
10th, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered July 10th, 1875, issued to Jerome
Laboucane, delivered to Agt. Stowe
440
Morrin, John (1838) [1850 U.S.]                                  ·
Morin, John [Bte.] [R.L. Scrip #440]                             ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 131/131, born
Pembina
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...."  Halfbreed Scrip
No. 440 [notation: "B"] issued July 10, 1875, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 10, 1875
[notation: "see to Agent Luse, April 18, 1882; his reply 9415-1882;
and to Secretary, August 25, 1882.  See to Agent Luse April 28,
1882."]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 440, dated July
10th, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered July 10th, 1875, issued to John B.
Morin, delivered to Agt. Stowe
son of: Morrin, Francois (1814) and , Mary (1820)
441
Davis, William (1844) [1850 U.S]                                 ·
Davis, William Jr. [R.L. Scrip #441]                             ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, family 149/149,
born Red River Br.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 441 issued August 23, 1875, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, August 13, 1875, delivered August 23, 1875
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 441, dated August
23, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered August 23, 1875, issued to William
Davis, Jr., delivered to Agt. Stowe
son of: Davis, William (1823) and , Marie (1830)
442
Parinton, Abraham (1848) [1850 U.S.]                             ·
Paranteaux, Abraham [R.L. Scrip #442]                            ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 177/177, born
Red River Br.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfreed Scrip No.
442 issued September 8, 1875, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered September 8, 1875
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 442, dated Sept.
8th, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered Sept. 8th, 1875, issued to Abraham
Paranteaux, delivered to Agt. Stowe
son of: Parinton [Paranteau], Joseph (1805) and , Angelic (1813)
443
Parinton, Baptiste (1833) [1850 U.S.]                            ·
Paranteau, John Bte. [R.L. Scrip #443]                           ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 177/177, born
Red River Br., [Hunter]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 443 issued September 8, 1875, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered September 8, 1875
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 443, dated Sept.
8th, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered Sept. 8th, 1875, issued to John Bte.
Paranteau, delivered to Agt. Stowe
son of: Parinton [Paranteau], Joseph (1805) and , Angelic (1813)
444
Trotter, Charles (1840) [1850 U.S.]                              ·
Trottier, Charl [R.L. Scrip #444]                                ·
Trotterchaud, Charl [R.L. Scrip]                                 ·
Partra, Charl [R.L. Scrip]                                       ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [notation: "see
Trotterchaud"]; Halfbreed Scrip No. 444 issued to Charl Trottier, on
September 18, 1875, under the Authority of Secretarial Decision,
June 12, 1872; delivered September 8, 1875 [notation: "see Poitra,
Charl"]
son of: Trotter, Andre (1784) and , Marguritte (1800)
445
Azure, Antoine [1805 N.W.C.]                                     ·
AZURE, Antoine (1794) [1850 U.S.]                                ·
Azure, Antoine (abt.1800) [R.L. Scrip #445 B]                       ·
North West Company Payroll, 1805, Lac la Pluie, summer mid-man, one
year to serve, $15.90 in debt
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850:102/102  born:
Red River Br. occupation: hunter
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" [checkmark],
Halfbreed Scrip "Le B. 82 - 91" [notation: "75 years old"]; second
entry on same page
, Halfbreed Scrip No. 445, Schedule B., notation:
"must be one and the same [with the earlier entry of Azure,
Antoine]," scrip issued October 5, 1875, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered October 5, 1875,
notations: "Suspension removed, see 11335-1882, See to Secretary,
April 28, 1882, This schedule approved June 12, 1872, see markup
from findings of Commission on Schedule "B", "2" & "14"
husband of: Azure, Charlotte (1792) +
father of: Azure, Moyese (1836) born: Red River Br.
     Azure, Mary Ann (1837) born: Red River Br.
446
Langer, John (1827) [1850 U.S.]                                  ·
Lange, Jean [*1868]                                        ·P9.14d
Langie, John [R.L. Scrip #446]                                   ·
Langie, Jean [R.L. Scrip #197]                                   ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 166/166, born
Red River Br. [Pembina], [Hunter]
Pembina Annuity Roll, Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:190
                        1 man, 1 woman,   6 children,    $ 24 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 466 issued January 6, 1876, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered January 6, 1876; and Halfbreed
Scrip #197 [checked] issued July 7, 1873, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 7, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 197 [checked],
dated July 7th, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered July 7th, 1873, issued to
Jean Langie, delivered to Agent E. Douglas; and Scrip Number 446,
dated January 6th, 1876, 160 Acres, delivered January 6th, 1876,
issued to John Langie, delivered to Agt. Stowe
listed with: Langer, Edward (1824)
447
Wilker [Wilkie], Baptiste (1826) [1850 U.S.]                     ·
Wilky, J. B't. Jr. [1849 Petition]
WILKIE, Jean Baptiste (1811) [1860 U.S.]                         ·
Wilkey, John Bte. Jr. [R.L. Scrip #447]                          ·
Wilkey, Jean Bte [*1866-8]                                 ·P63.3b
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 123 123, born
Pembina, Hunter
1849 Petition: J. B't. Wilky, jr.
U.S. Census, Becker County, 1860, family 695/689, born Iowa, common
laborer
Pembina Annuity Roll, Little Shell's Band, 1866:2/42
                      - 1 man, 1 woman,   4 children     $ 15 paid
1867:178              - 1 man, 1 woman,   4 children     $ 24 paid
Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:143
                      - 1 man, 1 woman,   3 children     $ 15 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 447 [checked] issued May 10, 1873, under the Authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered May 10, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 447, dated Feby
9th, 1876, 160 Acres, delivered Feby 9, 1876, issued to John B.
Wilkey, Jr., delivered to Agt. Stowe
husband of, #1: Wilker, Marie (1834), born Red River Br.
husband of, #2: Wilkie, Martha (1820), born Minnesota  - mulatto
issue: Wilkie, Peter (1833), born Minnesota - mulatto
     Wilkie, Catharine (1840), born Minnesota - mulatto
     Wilkie, Mary Ann (1843), born Minnesota - mulatto
     Wilkie, George (1845), born Minnesota - mulatto
     Wilkie, Kenny (1847), born Minnesota - mulatto
448
Batoch, Baptiste (1790) [1850 U.S.]                              ·
Baton, Baptiste [R.L. Scrip #448]                                ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, family 78/78,
born Red River Br., occupation Hunter
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [checked]
Halfbreed Scrip No. 448, issued February 25, 1876, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February
25, 1876
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 448, dated Feby
25, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered Feby 25, 1876, issued to Baptiste
Baton, delivered to Agent Stowe
husband of: Batoch, Marguritte (1810)
issue: Batoch, Marguritte (1828)
449
Below, Henry (2nd) [R.L. Scrip #449]                             ·
Belon, Henry (2nd) [R.L. Scrip #449]                             ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [checked]
Halfbreed Scrip No. 449, issued February 25, 1876, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February
25, 1876
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 449, dated Feby
25, 1876, 160 Acres, delivered Feby 25, 1976, issued to "Henry Belon
(2nd)," delivered to Agt. Stowe
450
Dagneau, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #450]                                ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 450 issued February 25, 1876, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 25, 1876
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 450, dated Feby
25, 1876, 160 Acres, delivered Feby 25, 1876, issued to Joseph
Dagneau, delivered to Agt. Stowe
451
Decoteau, Francis Jun. [R.L. Scrip #451]                         ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 451 issued February 25, 1876, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 25, 1876
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 451, dated Feby
25, 1976, 160 Acres, delivered Feby 25, 1876, issued to Francis
Decoteau, Jr., delivered to Agt. Stowe
452
La Fontaine, John Bte. [R.L. Scrip #452]                         ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 452 [checked] issued July 25, 1876, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 25, 1876
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 452, dated Feby
25, 1876, 160 Acres, delivred Feby 25, 1876, issued to John Bte.
LaFontaine, delivered to Agt. Stowe
453
La Fountaine, Isidore [R.L. Scrip #337]                          ·
Lafontaine, Isadore [R.L. Scrip #453]                            ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 337 [checked] issued April 15, 1874, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered April 15, 1874; and
Halfbreed Scrip No. 453 issued February 25, 1876, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February
25, 1876
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 337, dated April
15th, 1874, 160 Acres, delivered Aprl 15th, 1874, issued to Isidore
La Fountaine, delivered to Agt. Douglass; and Number 453, dated Feby
25, 1876, 160 Acres, delivered Feby 25, 1876, issued to Isadore
Lafontaine, delivered to Agt. Stowe
454
La Pointe, Pierre [R.L. Scrip #454]                              ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 454 issued February 25, 1876, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 25, 1876 [notation: "see
minutes in back of this book"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 454, dated Feby
25, 1876, 160 Acres, delivered Feby 25, 1876, issued to Pierre La
Pointe, delivered to Agt. Stowe
455
Laverdure, J. Savier (1843) [1850 U.S.]                          ·
La Verdure, Xavier [*1868]                               ·P162.12d
Laverdure, Francis Xavier [R.L. Scrip #455]                      ·
Laverdure, Francis Exavier [R.L. Scrip]
Laverdure, Xavier [R.L. Scrip]                                   ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, family 108/108,
born Pembina
Pembina Annuity Roll, Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:185
                      - 1 man, 1 woman,   3 children     $ 15 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 455 issued July 25, 1876, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 25, 1876; and a second and
third listing without particulars
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 455, dated Feby
25, 1876, 160 Acres, delivered Feby 25, 1876, issued to Francis
Xavier Laverdure, delivered to Agt. Stowe
son of: Laverdure, Peter (1819) and , Catherine (1820)
456
St. Peters, Francis [R.L. Scrip #456]                            ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 456 issued February 25, 1876, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered February 25, 1876
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 456, dated
February 25, 1876, 160 Acres, delivered February 25, 1875, issued to
Francis St. Peters, delivered to Agt. Stowe
457
Trotter, Michel (1831) [1850 U.S.]                               ·
Trottier, Michell [R.L. Scrip #457]                              ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 84/84, born Red
River Br., [Hunter]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 457 issued February 25, 1876, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered February 25, 1876
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 457, dated Feby
25, 1876, 160 Acres, delivered Feby 25, 1876, issued to Michell
Trotter, delivered to Agt. Stowe
son of: Trotter, Andre (1784) and , Marguritte (1800)
458
Dagneau, Francois [R.L. Scrip #458]                              ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 458 issued June 7, 1876, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered June 7, 1876
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 458, dated June
7th, 1876, 160 Acres, delivered Jun3 7th, 1876, issued to Francois
Dagneau, delivered to Agt. Stowe
459
La Fountaine, Francois [R.L. Scrip #459/estate]                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 459 issued to Francois as heir of La Fountaine, Madeline, issued
June 7, 1876, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12,
1872, delivered June 7, 1876
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 459, dated June
7, 1876, 160 Acres, delivered June 7, 1876, issued to "Madeline
Lafontaine, heir of Francois Lafontaine, died," delivered to Agt.
Stowe

La Fountaine, Madeline [R.L. Scrip #459/estate]                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 459 issued to La Fountaine, Francois, heir of Madeline, issued
June 7, 1876, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12,
1872, delivered June 7, 1876
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 459, dated June
7, 1876, 160 Acres, delivered June 7, 1876, issued to "Madeline
Lafontaine, heir of Francois Lafontaine, died," delivered to Agt.
Stowe
460
De Montigney, Thomas [R.L. Scrip #460]                           ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [notation:
"Herman, see App. Tr #212"] Halfbreed Scrip No. 460 issued September
11, 1876, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12,
1872, delivered September 11, 1876
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 460, dated
Sept.11th, 1876, 160 Acres, delivered Sept. 11th, 1876, issued to
Thomas De Montigney, delivered to Agent Stowe
461
Laverdau, Jos. [1849 Petition]                                   ·
Laverdure, Joseph (1836) [1850 U.S.]                             ·
Laverdure, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #461]                              ·
Laverdure, Joseph (2nd) [R.L. Scrip #464]                        ·
1849 Petition: Jos. Laverdau
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, family 51/51,
born Pembina
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 461 issued September 11, 1876, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered September 11, 1876;
and Halfbreed Scrip No. 464 issued October 6, 1876, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered October
6, 1876
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 461, dated Sept.
11th, 1876, 160 Acres, delivered Sept. 11th, 1876, issued to Joseph
Laverdure, delivered to Agent Stowe; and Number 646, dated Oct. 6,
1876, 160 Acres, delivered Oct. 6, 1876, issued to Joseph Laverdure
(2nd), delivered to Agt. Stowe
son of: Laverdure, Louis (1814) and , Therese (1810)
462
Fayan, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #462]                                 ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 462 issued October 6, 1876, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered October 6, 1876
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 462, dated Oct.
6, 1876, 160 Acres, delivered Oct. 6, 1876, issued to Antoine Fayan,
delivered to Agent Stowe
463
Champaigne, John Bte. [R.L. Scrip #463]                          ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 463 issued October 6, 1876, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered October 6, 1876
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 463, dated Oct.
6th, 1876, 160 Acres, delivered Oct. 6, 1876, issued to John Bte.
Champaigne, delivered to Agt. Stowe
464
Laverdau, Jos. [1849 Petition]                                   ·
Laverdure, Joseph (1836) [1850 U.S.]                             ·
Laverdure, Joseph [R.L. Scrip #461]                              ·
Laverdure, Joseph (2nd) [R.L. Scrip #464]                        ·
1849 Petition: Jos. Laverdau
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, family 51/51,
born Pembina
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 461 issued September 11, 1876, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered September 11, 1876;
and Halfbreed Scrip No. 464 issued October 6, 1876, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered October
6, 1876
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 461, dated Sept.
11th, 1876, 160 Acres, delivered Sept. 11th, 1876, issued to Joseph
Laverdure, delivered to Agent Stowe; and Number 646, dated Oct. 6,
1876, 160 Acres, delivered Oct. 6, 1876, issued to Joseph Laverdure
(2nd), delivered to Agt. Stowe
son of: Laverdure, Louis (1814) and , Therese (1810)
465
Santwier, Albert [69:69] [Powell 10/0302]                        ·
Santwier, Albert [R.L. Scrip #465]                               ·
Senteur, Albert [R.L. Scrip #465]                                ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 465 [checked] issued October 6, 1876, under the Authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered October 6, 1876
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 465, dated Oct.
6, 1876, 160 Acres, delivered Oct. 6, 1876, issued to Albert
Sentuer, delivered to Agt. Stowe
Powell Genealogies, family #69:69
(O-873)
son of: Santwier, Herbert (White) and McDonald, Catherine [69:15]
466
Wallette, Isadore (April 2, 1830) [VRA #43s]                     ·
Ouillette, Isadore (April 2, 1830) [VRA #43s]                    ·
Wallet, Isidore [R.L. Scrip #466]                                ·
Wallette, Isidore [R.L. Scrip #173]                              ·
[Virginia Rogers, Ah-Dick Songab Genealogy, #43s], baptized April 3,
1830, St. Boniface, Winnipeg, Canada
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 466 [checked] issued October 6, 1876, under the Authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered October 6, 1876; and
No. 173 issued May 10, 1873, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered May 10, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 173 [checked],
dated May 10, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered May 10, 1873, issued to
Isidore Wallette, delivered to M.S. Cook, Acting Agent; and Number
466, dated Oct. 6, 1876, 160 Acres, delivered Oct. 6, 1876, issued
to Isidore Wallet, delivered to Agt. Stowe
son of: Wallette, Joseph [VRA #43s] and Daniels, Theresa aka Houle,
Theresa
husband of: Bottineau, Marie (abt.1834) [VRA #43], daughter of
Bottineau, Joseph (abt.1810) and Cardinal, Angelique (abt.1815)
issue: Wallette, Ambrose (abt.1852) [VRA #142]
     Wallette, Alphonsine [VRA #143]
     Wallette, Rebecca (abt.1855) [VRA #144]
     Ouellette, Tedde (abt.1866) [VRA #145]
     Walette, Francis (abt.1860) [VRA #146]
     Wallette, Joseph (abt.1865) [VRA #148]
     Wallette, Mary (abt.1870) [VRA #149], married a Champagne
     Wallette, Eliza (abt.1870) [VRA #150], married LaPointe
     Wallette, Eleanor (abt.1875) [VRA #151], married LaCerte
     Wallette, Philomene (abt.1870) [VRA #152]
467
Gunville, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #467]                              ·
Gunvelle, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #467]                              ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 467 issued January 18, 1877, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered January 18, 1877
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 467, dated
January 18th, 1877, 160 Acres, delivered January 18, 1877, issued to
Antoine Gunvelle, delivered to Agt. Stowe
468
Bosquet, Henrie [R.L. Scrip #468]                                ·
Bousquet, Henrie [R.L. Scrip #470/estate]                        ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 468
, issued February 2, 1877, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 2, 1877
husband of: Bousquet, Margaret
[notation re March 24, 1877: "deceased"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 468, dated Feby
2, 1877, 160 Acres, delivered Feby 2, 1877, issued to Henrie
Bosquet, delivered to Agt. Stowe; and Number 470, dated March 24,
1877, 160 Acres, delivered March 24, 1877, issued to "Margaret
Bousquet, wife of Henry Bosquet, dec'd," delivered to Agt. Stowe
469
Le Pointe, Pierre No. 2 [R.L. Scrip #469]                        ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 469 issued February 21, 1877, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 21, 1877 [notation:
"Centerville, Minnesota"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 469, dated
February 21, 1877, 160 Acres, delivered February 21, 1877, issued to
Pine Le Pointe, No. 2, delivered to Agt. Stowe
470
Bosquet, Henrie [R.L. Scrip #468]                                ·
Bousquet, Henrie [R.L. Scrip #470/estate]                        ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 468, issued February 2, 1877, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered February 2, 1877
husband of: Bousquet, Margaret
[notation re March 24, 1877: "deceased"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 468, dated Feby
2, 1877, 160 Acres, delivered Feby 2, 1877, issued to Henrie
Bosquet, delivered to Agt. Stowe; and Number 470, dated March 24,
1877, 160 Acres, delivered March 24, 1877, issued to "Margaret
Bousquet, wife of Henry Bosquet, dec'd," delivered to Agt. Stowe

Bousquet, Margaret [R.L. Scrip #470/heir]                        ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 470, issued March 24, 1877, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered March 24, 1877, notation: "wife
of Henry, deceased," notation: "32 L, Approved Commission Meeting"
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 470, dated March
24, 1877, 160 Acres, delivered March 24, 1877, issued to "Margaret
Bousquet, wife of Henry Bosquet, dec'd," delivered to Agt. Stowe
471
Bonga, James (1841) [1860 U.S.]                                ·
Bonga, James [R.L. Scrip #40]                                  ·
Bonjer, James [R.L. Scrip #471]                                ·
U.S. Census, Cass County, 1860, family 199/199, born in Minnesota
- farm laborer - Black
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom
Scrip was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [notation:
"H 79"], Halfbreed Scrip No. 471 issued May 9, 1877, under the
authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered May 9,
1877, notation: "see Bonga, James, No. 40"; also issued to James
Bonga as Halfbreed Scrip No. 40, H 79, Schedule B, issued February
12, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, June 12,
1872, delivered February 12, 1873
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864,
Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 40, dated
February 12, 1873, 160 Acres, delivered February 12, 1873, issued
to James Bonga, delivered to Agent E.P. Smith
son of: Bonga, George (1800) and Bonga, Asiwinin (1814)
472
Turpin, Severe [R.L. Scrip #472]                                 ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 472 issued May 9, 1877, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered May 9, 1877
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 472, dated May 9,
1877, 160 Acres, delivered May 9, 1877, issued to Severe Turpin,
delivered to Agt. Stowe
473
Roy, Joseph (1855) [1860 U.S.]                                   ·
Roy, Joseph (1855) [1870 U.S.]                                   ·
Roy, Joseph A. [R.L. Scrip #473]                                 ·
Roy, Joseph [31:33] [notation: "[5:124"] [Powell 10/0055]        ·
Roy, Joseph [5:124] [Powell 10/0080]                             ·
Roy, Joseph (1853 - March 16, 1924) (WE-21) [5:124] [V.R. #476]
U.S. Census, Cass County, 1860, family 181/181, born Minnesota -
mulatto
U.S. Census, Becker County, 1870, family 57, born Minnesota - 1/2
breed, laborer,  father of foreign birth, illiterate - cannot read
or write
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 473 issued May 29, 1877, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872; delivered May 29, 1977
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 473, dated May
29, 1877, 160 Acres, delivered May 29, 1877, issued to Joseph A.
Roy, delivered to Agt. Stowe
Powell Genealogies, family #2:559 & #5:124
(O-21, a-14) [notation: "3/4"]
[V.R., Broken Tooth Genealogy, #476], as a Chippewa of the
Mississippi Band he signed the agreement of 1889 at age 36; he
married twice; from the dates of birth of the children they must
have been plural wives
son of: Roy, Alexis (1825), aka Roy, Alexander [31:  ] and , Susan
(1835), aka :\':/:>"\: E quay me do gay [5:39]
husband of, #1: ,{:<,\"\': (1859 - June, 1893) Ah-je-jauk-oquay (WE-
113), daughter of Gais and \:^:':) Ke-new-aince; her second husband
was <"(:) Boin-aince
issue: Roy, Eva (1887) (WE-116), aka :\':-:) (1887) Equay-zaince
(WE-112) [V.R. #1092]
     Roy, John M. (March, 1893 - September, 1894) (WE-117), aka
>:<;}\",^,\',[ (March, 1893 - September, 1894) Te-bish-co-aun-ah-
quod (WE-117) [V.R. #1093]
husband of, #2: \:>,\:',<:\': (March 10, 1869 - February 20, 1962)
Kay tah ke wub e quay [2:559] (O-4012 LP, a-2653 LP) [Powell
10/0055], daughter of ;}<:/;( Ish-pem-ing and "\,<:\,/;\"\': O-gub-
ay-cumig-oquay; she died at the age of 93
issue: Roy, Peter (March, 1883) (WE-1094), died young
     ^,',\,/;\"\': (1893) Nah wah cumig oquay (WE-4015) [2:613], or
Roy, Maggie (1893) [2:613] (O-4015, a-2655 LP) [notation: "1/2"]
[V.R. #1097]
     [notation: 4013 & 4014 -- children of Douglas, Wm., or Roy,
Jos.?"]
[Powell 10/0080], additional issue: "\,}\"',<:\ O mush kow wah beak
[5:234] (O-4013, a-2656) [notation: "1/2"], aka Roy, Kate (1886)
(WE-1095) [V.R. #1095]
     \:>,"-: Kay tah o say [5:235] (O-4014 LP, a-2654), aka Roy,
Joseph (1891) (WE-4014) [V.R. #1096]
     Roy, Robert (1894 - December 10, 1900) (WE-22) [5:327] [V.R.
#1098]
     Roy, Charles (1896 - December 29, 1935) (WE-23), aka ">,\:)
(1896 - December 29, 1935) O-dah-kaince (O-23, a-15), died single
[5:238] [V.R. #1099]
     Roy, George (1898 - June 27, 1919) (WE-24) [5:239] (O-24, a-16)
[V.R. #1100]
     four sons and two daughters born after 1900
474
Landry, Alexander [R.L. Scrip #474]                              ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed crip No.
474 [checked] issued May 29, 1877, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered May 29, 1877
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 474, dated May
29, 1877, 160 Acres, delivered May 29, 1877, issued to Alexander
Landry, delivered to Agt. Stowe
475
Dus May, Pieriche [R.L. Scrip #475]                              ·
Main, Pieriche [R.L. Scrip #475]                                 ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 475 [checked] issued July 16, 1877, under the authority of
Secretarial Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 16, 1877
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 475, dated July
16th, 1877, 160 Acres, delivered July 16, 1877, issued to Pieriche
Du May (Main), delivered to Agt. Stowe
476
Quinn, William L. (1829) [1880 Affidavit]                        ·
Quinn, William [R.L. Scrip #476]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 476 issued May 15, 1882, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, April 10, 1882, delivered April 15, 1882 [notation:
"Authority 3966-1882 LB.95 - Receipt acknowledged by Quinn, May 21,
1992.  See 9683/1882"]
[note] see also B.I.A. Special Case 118, Red Lake and Pembina
Chippewa, "Authority No. 3966, Received Office of Indian Affairs,
April 12, 1882.  1878.  D.264/1879.  Q.19/1880.  D.279.315 P.1455
Q.13 R.679.772  S.1764/1881 8086.  Claim of William Quinn" ...
"April 10, 1882, Case No. 118, For Issuance of scrip for 160 acres
land to Wm. L. Quinn a member of the Chippewa Inds.  17 inclosures.
See to Quinn May 15, 1882, LB 195-487.  See to B.M. Smith, May 15,
1882, LB 85-483.  See to G.L.O. [General Land Office], May 15, 1882,
LB 95-487.  Scrip No. 476, Larrabee.  LL 11/129"
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 476, dated May
15, 1882, 160 Acres, delivered May 15, 1882, issued to William L.
Quinn, delivered to "B.M. Smith, 213 Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis,
Minn., in order of Wm. L. Quinn.  See his letter April 4, 1882
[8727-1882].  Scrip signed by E.L. Stevens, Acting Commissioner"
[Letter, J.E.F., Department of the Interior, Washington, April 10th,
1882], "The Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Sir:-
     "Referring to your communication of October 24th last, in
relation to the application of William L. Quinn, a member of the Red
Lake and Pembina bands of Chippewa Indians, for scrip for 160 acres
of land under the provisions of the 8th article of treaty of October
2, 1863 and the 7th article of the supplemental treaty of April 12,
1864 with the said bands of Chippewa Indians.  I concur in your
opinion that the proofs are sufficient, to identify him as one of
the person entitled to the provisions of said treaties.
     "You are therefore authorized to issued the scrip in his favor,
under the usual forms and regulations of your office.
     "The papers which accompanied your report are herewith
returned.
          "Very respectfully,
          "S.I. Kirkwood, Secretary.  2075. I.O.1881 1 package
Enclosures"
[Case No.118.  Wm. L. Quinn.  Claim for Scrip.  Red Lake and Pembina
Class. [checked] O.K. Office Indian Affairs.  Land and Law
Division]:
[Chippewa.  D.264, Office of Indian Affairs, Received May 16, 1878,
Case No. 118, W.P. Dunwoody, Washington, D.C., May 16, 1878.
Encloses application of Wm. L. Quinn, halfbreed, for scrip for 160
acres of land, said application accompanied with necessary papers.
2 enclosures. [illegible] Answer returning application and power of
attorney.  May 31, 1878. Vol. 50-134.  Application and P/A [Power of
Attorney] enclosed in D-0315-1880. P/240.  Stamped: 20/Department of
the Interior, Indian Division. Received October 25, 1881.  Authority
No. 3966, Office of Indian Affairs.  Received April 12, 1882.]
[Letter] "W.P. Dunwoody, Attorney-at-Law.  U.S. Commissioner and
Examiner in Chancery, Office No. 30 Grant Place, N.W., Washington,
D.C. 'Special Attention Given to Land and Mining Cases and to the
Prosecution of Claims Against the Government' 20/18
     "Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Washington, D.C.  Sir:
     "I enclose herewith application of 1 Wm. L. Quinn Halfbreed of
Red Lake and Pembina Bands, for scrip for 160 acres of land under
8th article of Treaty of October 2nd 1863, with oath of
identification, also Power of Attorney authorizing me to appear for
him.
     "Respectfully, W.P. Dunwoody"
[Chippewa. D 264. Office of Indian Affairs, 1878.  Wm. L. Quinn.
No. 476. Case No. 118]
     "State of Minnesota, Hennepin County, I, J.A. Wolverton, Clerk
of the District Court for the County of Hennepin, Fourth Judicial
District in the State of Minnesota, the same being a court of
record, do hereby certify that B.M. Smith, Esq., whose name is
subscribed to the affidavit of the annexed instrument, was, at the
time, a Notary Public in and for said county, and duly authorized to
take the same, and that I am well acquainted with the hand writing
of said Notary, and verily believe that the signature to the said
affidavit is genuine, and that said instrument is executed and
acknowledged according to the laws of this state.
     "In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed
the seal of the Court aforesaid, at Minneapolis, in said county,
this 7th day of November A.D., 1878, J.A. Wolverton, Clerk, by James
Bryant Deputy.  Subscribed and sworn before me this 11th day of May,
1878.  B.M. Smith, Notary Public.
     "State of Minnesota, County of Ramsey}SS
     "I, Wm. L. Quinn, being duly sworn, do hereby depose and say
that I am a Half Breed or mixed blood, related by blood to the
Chippewas of the Red Lake or Pembina Bands, that I have adopted the
habits and customs of civilized life, and am a citizen of the United
States, and was on the 2d day of October 1863 over the age of twenty
one years; that I have not at any time applied for or received
scrip, or land under treaty with the Chippewas of Lake Superior, or
with any other tribe of Indians, and have not at any time received
an allotment or reservation of land under treaty with any tribe of
Indians, and that I am entitled to scrip for 160 acres of land by
Article Eight of Treaty of October 2d 1863 made at the Old Crossing
of Red Lake River, between the United States of America and the Red
Lake and Pembina Bands of Chippewas, and Article Seven of a
Supplementary treaty concluded at Washington City, April 12th, 1864,
and I do hereby make application for the same. [signed] Wm. L. Quinn
     "Witness: {George W. Jones, R.E. Pemberton
     "Subscribed and sworn before me this 11th day of May, 1878.
B.M. Smith, Notary Public."
     "State of Minnesota, County of Ramsey}SS
     "We, the undersigned, being duly sworn, depose and say that we
are personally acquainted with the above applicant, Wm. L. Quinn and
know him to be a Half Breed or mixed blood of the Chippewas of Red
Lake, or Pembina Bands, that he is a citizen of the United States,
and was on the 2d day of October, 1863, over the age of twenty one
years, and that we have good reason to believe, and do believe, that
he has not received scrip or lands under any former Treaty as by him
in his above affidavit stated, and that neither we nor either of us
are, or have acted as Attorneys or Agents for said applicant and
that we have no interest whatever in the result of this application.
     "Witness: B.M. Smith; N.W. Kittson; W.E. Burton; H.M. Rice
     "Subscribed and sworn before me this 11 day of May, 1868. B.M.
Smith, Notary Public."
[Q. Department of the Interior, Indian Division, Received December
8, 1879.  [checked] Q/19. Office of Indian Affairs, Received
December 9, 1879.  November 3rd, 1879.  Quinn, Wm. L., 147 Fort
Street, St. Paul, Minn.  Relative to his claim for Scrip for 160
acres of land, under treaties of October 2nd 1863 and April 12th
1864 with the Red Lake and Pembina Bands of Chippewa Indians.  Case
No. 118. Patterson.  Answered February 13, 1880. LB 64 p. 399. Q
9/213. Vol. B. p. 384. P. January 9, 1880.] [To: 2075/1881.
Department of the Interior.  December 8th, 1879.  Respectfully
referred to the Hon. Commissioner of Indian Affairs.  G. Smallwood,
Chief Clerk.  Authority No. 3966, Office of Indian Affairs.
Received April 12, 1882]
     [notation: "See Letter Book 44, p. 372, as to expiration of
time within which to make applications for benefits to under Treaty
of 1863 & 1864.  See also bound Volume letters 9 [illegible]
     "St. Paul, Minnesota, November 3, 1879
     "To the Honorable Secretary of the Interior, Washington D.C.,
Sir
     "In the matter of claim for scrip for 160 acres of land under
treaties of October 2nd 1863 and April 12th 1864 with the Chippeways
of Red Lake and Pembina pending before the Hon. Commissioner of
Indian Affairs filed by W.P. Dunwoody at Washington D.C. as my
Attorney in fact.  I have the honor respectfully request that I may
be given the opportunity of prosecuting my claim to your special
agent now here in Minnesota who is investigating scrip.  In order
that I may obtain said scrip to which I am entitled, before the
lands upon which said scrip is locatable are all taken up.
     "I have the honor to be very respectfully, William L. Quinn
     "Post Office Address 147 Fort St."
[20/2075/1881 Department of the Interior, Indian Div. Received
October 15, 1881.  Authority No. 3966. Office of Indian Affairs.
Received April 12, 1882.  Case No. 118   Chippewa.  Q/13. Office of
Indian Affairs. Received September 3, 1880.  Wm. L. Quinn. St. Paul
Minnesota.  August 3 of 1880.  Relating to Red Lake and Pembina
Scrip.  Larrabee LL 10/104]
     "St. Paul.  August 30, 1880.  To the Honorable Commissioner of
Indian Affairs.  Washington, D.C.  Sir
     "I am in receipt of a letter from my attorney in your city,
saying that Major Ruffee has sent a report of my case to accompany
my application for Pembina and Red Lake Chippewa Scrip which I am
entitled to under a treaty proclaimed May 5, 1864.  Said report
including an affidavit from me.  My attorney writes me that
affidavit states that I had received a piece of scrip of 80 acres
under a treaty made with the Chippeways of Lake superior.  The facts
are these, that I never signed any power or application for such a
piece of scrip nor authorized any one else to do so for me.  I was
on the Dacota Plains at that time acting as Chief of Scouts and did
not know anything about scrip matter.  The only way that I know
about such piece of scrip had been issued was that one day after my
return to St. Paul years afterwards, I happened to run across a copy
of Departmental Reports of 1874 of Half breed Lake Superior Scrip,
page 239 and on examination further I find on Page 317 a clause
which leads me to believe it had been cancelled, and in same report
on looking over the list that had been patented I do not find my
name to appear in any event.  I have never made any application for
any scrip other than the one under consideration and in fact am not
entitled to any other for I am purely of the Pembina Bands only.
Nor have I received any benefit from any other scrip but I am fully
entitled to the scrip now applied for and I would respectfully ask
that my present application be acted upon.  I am in need of the
scrip to enable me to carry out plans I have in view this fall, and
would be glad if you would send it to me direct or through my
attorney, Mr. W.P. Dunwoody of your city or Mr. B.M. Smith of
Minneapolis Minn, either one of whom though would be perfectly
willing you would send it direct to me as they have no interest in
it, other than a desire to assist in a friendly way.
     "Yours very respectfully, William L. Quinn, 21 & 93 East 4th
St, St. Paul"
[20.2975.1881.  Department of the Interior, Received October 25,
1881.  Chippewa. D/279. Office of Indian Affairs.  received April 9,
1880.  Case No. 1881.  W.P. Dunwoody.  City. March 27, 1880.
Pertaining to application of W.L. Quinn for Chippewa Scrip, and
incloses p/a from said Quinn to B.M. Smith; also incloses
applications for said scrip from Margaret Charlefux, Joseph Blair,
Edward Blair and Susannah Pechai, with ps/a to J.B. Bottineau.  17
enclosures. Agt. Ruffee.  See letter to Dunwoody.  August 7, 1880.
L.B. 72 p. 67.  L10/36 in cases other than Quinn.  Authority No.
3966 Office of Indian Affairs.  Received April 12, 1882.]
     "W.P. Dunwoody, Attorney-at-Law.  U.S. Commissioner and
Examiner in Chancery, Office No. 30 Grant Place, N.W., Washington,
D.C. March 27, 1880.  Special Attention Given to Land and Mining
Cases and to the Prosecution of Claims Against the Government.
     "See letter to Agent Ruffee, June 30, 1880, relating to Quinn.
     "Sir:  Mr. B.M. Smith has just called on me in the matter of
the application of W.L. Quinn a half breed of the Chippewa tribe for
scrip under the treaties of October 2, 1863 and April 12, 1864 and
shown me your letter of February 13, 1880 to W.L. Quinn in regard to
his claim, in which you state that his application was filed my me
and that the papers in the case were returned to me May 31, 1878.
On reference to my record I find the papers were forwarded by me on
same date to Mr. Smith with a copy of your instructions.  The papers
have not yet been returned.  I enclose herewith P/A [Power of
Attorney] authorizing Mr. Smith to prosecute the case, and
respectfully request that the case may be referred to the AGent in
Minnesota, with instructions to allow the applicant to present the
evidence called for in your letter to me referred to above, at St.
Paul, in accordance with verbal suggestions to Mr. Smith today in
your office.
     "I also enclose, at the request of Mr. Smith, the following
applications for scrip under the treaties above referred to for
which I ask the same reference as in the case of W.L. Quinn.
     "These papers have been filed with me for about a year and
would have been filed when received, but in view of the decision
requiring the applicant to present themselves before the agent, and
of the reported inability of these people to incur the necessary
expense it was deemed useless to do so.  Mr. Smith now reports the
willingness of the Department to have the necessary evidence taken
by the Agent at St. Paul.
     "It is proper for me to say that I am not now interested
directly or indirectly in the prosecution of these claims.  I file
them, however, at the request of Mr. Smith, and it is his desire
that I may be informed of the action when it is taken by the
Department.
     "Application of Margaret R. Chalfoux.
     "Application of Susannah Perchai.
     "Application of Edward Blair.
     "Application of Joseph Blair.
     "Very respectfully, W.P. Dunwoody."
[Authority No. 3966.  Office of Indian Affairs.  Received April 12,
1882.  D/279.  Indian Office, Inclos: No. 1 1880.  R.772, Indian
Office, Inclos. No. 1, 1880.  Power of Attorney.  From William L.
Quinn.  To Byron M. Smith.]
     "Know all Men by these Presents, that I, William L. Quinn of
Ramsey County, Minnesota, a Half-Breed or mixed-blood, and related
by blood to the Chippewas of the Red Lake or Pembina Bands, and
being one of the persons named in the Eighth article of the Treaty
of October 2, 1863 concluded at the Old Crossing of the Red lake
River, and Article Seven of the Supplemental Treaty concluded
between the United States and said bands, on the 12th day of April
1864, at the City of Washington, have made, constituted and
appointed, and by these presents do make, constitute and appoint
Byron M. Smith, of the County of Lewis and State of Tennessee my
true and lawful Attorney for me, and in my name, place and stead, to
appear before the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, the Secretary of
the Interior or any officer or department of the Government of the
United States, and to relinquish and forever release and discharge
the United States from all claims I may have for lands or annuities
made under and pursuant to said Treaties, or otherwise, and to
present and prosecute my application for scrip, under the provisions
of the Treaty aforesaid, and to furnish any and all evidence
necessary to substantiate my claim to said scrip, and for me and in
my name, and for my sole use and benefit to receive the scrip that
may be issued to me by the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, the
Secretary of the Interior, or nay department of the Government under
and pursuant to the provisions aforesaid.  Giving and granting unto
my said Attorney is by this instrument authorized to perform, with
the right to revoke such appointments at pleasure, hereby giving and
granting to my said Attorney and his substitutes full power and
authority to do and perform everything whatever required and
necessary to be done as I might or could do if personally present
and performing the same, without revocation, ratifying and
confirming all that my said Attorney may do, or cause to be done by
virtue hereof, and hereby revoking all former Powers of Attorney by
me made in this behalf.
     "For Witness Whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this
22nd day of March A.D. 1880
     "Signed, Sealed and Delivered in the Presence of Alex. M. Beck,
Edward Narey} William L. Quinn [seal], State of Minnesota, County of
Hennepin}SS  On this 22d day of March, 1880, came before me William
L. Quinn, to me personally known who executed the foregoing Power of
Attorney, and acknowledged that we executed the same freely and
voluntarily, for the uses and purposes therein expressed, Alex. M.
Beck, Notary Public, Hennepin Co., Minnesota"
[D315 1880 SC 118]
[Chippewa Case No. 118. D/315.  Office of Indian Affairs. Rec'd
April 27, 1880. D.26478/D-278/1880.  W.P. Dunwoody, City Apl. 26th
of 1880.  Enclosing application of Wm. L. & Mary Louisa Quinn for
scrip with affidavits enclosed to the applicants, also letter from
W.L. Quinn and etc.  8 enclosures. 1878. See letter to Agent Ruffee
June 30, 1880.  L 10/44 LB 70 p. 361.]
[On the letterhead of W.P. Dunwoody, Washington D.C. April 26, 1880.
["Prosecution of Claims against the Government" printed on
letterhead/crossed out]
     "Commissioner, Indian Affairs, Washington, D.C.  Sir:
     "I enclose herewith application of Wm. L. and Mary Louisa Quinn
for scrip under treaty referred to in the applications with
affidavit of Ex. Gov. Pillsbury and others regarding the applicants,
and also extracts from St. Paul Papers bearing on the subject, as
also a letter from W.L. Quinn regarding the difficulty of appearing
before the Agent at the Agency.
     "I respectfully request that these parties may also be accorded
the privilege of appearing before the Agent in St. Paul or near
their residence, as requested for the applicants whose papers were
filed by me recently.  These papers are the ones referred to in your
communication to the applicant under date of February 13, 1880 as
having been returned to me.  They were returned by me to Mr. Bill
Smith and by him returned to me in November last, and were
overlooked in filing the papers above referred to.
     "As in these cases I have no interest in the prosecution of
this case, and the P/A [power of attorney] to me is waived.
     "It is the request of Mr. Smith that I may be notified of the
action of the office in order that I communicate with him.
     "Very respectfully.  W.P. Dunwoody"
[Authority No. 3966, Office of Indian Affairs.  Received April 12,
1882.  D/264, Office of Indian Affairs (2), 1878.  D/315, Indian
Office, Inclos: No. 4, 1880.  R/772, Indian Office, Inclos: No. 2,
1880.  P/A Quinn to Dunwoody.  See subsequent P/A to B.M. Smith.
Chipp. D 279-1880]
     "Know all Men by these Presents, that I William L. Quinn a
Half-Breed, or mixed blood, and related by blood to the Chippewas of
the Red Lake or Pembina Bands, and being one of the persons named in
the Eighth Article of the Treaty of Oct., 2, 1863, concluded at the
Old Crossing of Red Lake River, and Article Seven of the
Supplemental Treaty concluded between the United States and said
Bands, on the 12th day of April, A.D. 1854 [sic], at the city of
Washington, have made, constituted, and appointed, and by these
presents do make, constitute, and appoint Wm. P. Dunwoody of
Washington City, D.C. my true and lawful Attorney for me, and in my
name, place and stead, to appear before the Commissioner of Indian
Affairs, the Secretary of the Interior, or any other officer or
department of the Government of the United States, and to relinquish
and for ever release and discharge the United States from all claims
I may have for lands or annuities under and pursuant to said
Treaties, or otherwise, and to present and prosecute my application
for scrip, under the provisions of the Treaty aforesaid, and to
furnish any and all evidence necessary to substantiate my claim to
said scrip, and for me, and in my name, and for my sole use and
benefit, to receive the Scrip that may be issued to me by the
Commissioner of Indian Affairs, the Secretary of the Interior, or
any Department of the Government, under and pursuant to the
provisions aforesaid.  Giving and granting unto my said Attorney
full power and authority to do and perform all acts and things
necessary or proper to be done, as fully to all intents and purposes
as I might or could do, if personally present; hereby ratifying and
confirming all that my said Attorney may do, or cause to be done, by
virtue hereof, and hereby revoking all former Powers of Attorney by
me made in this behalf.
     "In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and Seal this
11th day of May, A.D. 1878.
     "Signed, Sealed and Delivered in the Presence of George W.
Jones; R.E. Pemberton} W.L. Quinn (SEAL)
     "State of Minnesota, County of Ramsey}SS
     "On this Eleventh day of May, A.D. 1878, came before me Wm. L.
Quinn to me personally known to be the person who executed the
foregoing Power of Attorney, and acknowledged that he executed the
same, freely and voluntarily, for the uses and purposes therein
expressed.
     "B.M. Smith"
[Authority No. 3966, Office of Indian Affairs, Received April 12,
1882. Quinn.  D/315, Indian Office, Inclos. No. 1, 1880.  R/772,
Indian Office, Inclos: No. 4, 1880.  Governor Pillsbury, Ex.
Governor Marshall and Ed D. Neill certify to character of
[illegible] Kittson and Rice in the claim of Wm. L. Quinn & Mary
Quinn.]
     "State of Minnesota, County of Hennepin}SS
     "Personally came before me a Notary Public in and for the
aforesaid county and State. Governor J.S. Pillsbury and Ex-Governor
Wm. R. Marshall, and Rev. Edward D. Neill of Ramsey and Hennepin
Counties in this state.  Also being duly affirmed declare that they
are favorably acquainted with the Norman W. Kittson and Henry M.
Rice the persons whose names are signed to the attached affidavits
in the matter of Wm. L. Quinn's and Mary Louisa Quinn's Applications
for their Scrip claimed to be due them as per the 8th Article of the
Treaty of October 2nd 1863 with the Chippewas of the Red Lake or
Pembina Bands.  Mr. Rice has been our State and Territorial
Representative and State United States Senator and is now the
Treasurer of Ramsey County at St. Paul and is now and has been for
many years well acquainted with all our Bands of Indians.  Mr.
Kittson has been in trade with the above named Bands of Indians
previous and from the organization of our State as a Territory and
is now one of our leading business men, and we believe any statement
they may make in regard to any case can be firmly relied upon.  All
of which we the undersigned do most solemnly affirm, and that we
have to interest whatever in the Case.
     "In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals
this 9th day of October A.D. 1878.
     "J.S. Pillsbury
     "Wm. R. Marshall
     "Gov. D. Neill
     "Affirmed ['Sworn' deleted] to and subscribed before me this
9th day of October 30. [sic], A.D. 1878.
     "B.M. Smith, Notary Public, Hennepin County, Minnesota"
[Authority No. 3966 Office of Indian Affairs. Received April 12,
1882.  D/315 Indian Office.  Inclosure No. 5, 1880.  Wm. L. Quinn]
     "St. Paul, Minnesota, March 22, 1880
     "Mr. B.M. Smith, Washington, D.C.  Sir
     "I enclose herewith a letter dated February ['January' deleted]
13, 1880 from the Commissioner of Indian Affairs [64/399] in answer
to my letter to the Honorable Secretary of the Interior in the
matter of claim for Scrip under Treaty of October 2, 1863 and april
12, 1864 in which case I am required to appear in person with two or
more witnesses, before the Indian Agent Ruffee, some two hundred
miles away, which would involve nearly as much as the value of my
scrip, and this is next to impossible try for me to raise so much
money.  Knowing as you do this.  I am hardly able to earn enough to
feed my wife and children, and this is the case, which a great
number of my fellow Half Breeds whose circumstances are the same.
Whose claims are now and have been pending for four or five years
and deprived of their just dues under the treaties, for the lack of
money to pay Expenses to comply with ruling of the Department as
indicated in the enclosed letter.
     "I therefore beg that you will appear before the Hon. Secretary
of the Interior and present my case and secure action upon the
evidence as submitted and permission to furnish further evidence if
required without being compelled to appear, with witnesses before
the agent, which can not be done without a great expense, and that
the same ruling may apply to all other claims of my fellow half
Breeds now pending.
     "Very Respectfully.
     "William L. Quinn."
[20. 2075/1881. Department of the Interior, Indian Div. Received
October 25, 1881.  Authority No. 3966, Office of Indian Affairs.
Received April 12, 1883. Case No. 118, Chippewa.  R/679, Office of
Indian Affairs, Received July 16, 1880.  White Earth Agency, White
Earth Minnesota.  July 9, 1880.  C.A. Ruffee, U.S. Indian Agent.  In
reference to Red Lake and Pembina Scrip.  Applied for by Wm. L. and
Mary L. Quinn.  Larrabee.  File L 10/86]
     "United States Indian Service, White Earth Agency, July 9,
1880.
     "Hon. Commissioner of Indian Affairs.  Washington, D.C.  Sir:
     "I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your
communication dated the 2d inst. Chipppewa L.D. 315 S. 1760, 1880,
inclosing the application of William L. and Mary L. Quinn for Red
Lake and Pembina Scrip which will receive prompt attention.
     "Very Respectfully.  Ca.A. Ruffee, U.S. Indian Agent."
[J.O. 2075/1881. Department of the Interior, Indian Div. Received
October 25, 1881.  Authority No. 3966, Office of Indian Affairs.
Received April 12, 1882.  [checked] R/772.  (Chippewa) Indian
Office, Inclos: No. 7, 1880  July 16, 1880.  Affidavit in the matter
of the claim of Case No. 118 Wm. L. Quinn (his affidavit) Dated
August 3d, (Received August 13], Chippewa R. 7722, in which this was
inclosed, was forwarded to Secretary, August 21, 1880/L.B. 172/283.
Quinn's case had no reference to the subject matter of 772 referred
to]
     "Wm. L. Quinn.  Affidavits of in the matter of his claims for
scrip. (July 16, 1880)
     "Personally appeared before me a Notary Public in and for
Ramsey County Minnesota this 16th day of July 1880 William L. Quinn
who being sworn deposes and says, that his name is William L. Quinn,
that he was born at Fort Snelling, Minnesota, in the year 1829, that
his father's name was Peter Quinn who came from Winnipeg, Manitoba,
his mother's name was Mary L. Finnley a Red Lake Chippewa half breed
and until she was over twenty one years of age resided at Red Lake,
Minnesota. That he was married at Mendota Minnesota, November 20th,
1849 to Angeline Jeffery, a half breed of the Medawankton band of
Sioux Indians that he made application and received Sioux halfbreed
scrip under the "Lake Pepin Treaty" for his children, viz. William
L. Quinn, Jr., Ellen Quinn, and Thomas J. Quinn and for his wife
Angeline Quinn.  That entirely unknown to him and without any
authority from him as he has been led to believe, scrip for 80 acres
of land under the "La Pointe Treaty" was issued in his name but he
positively denies ever having received the scrip or any benefit for
the sale of the same or that he ever signed any power of attorney to
sell or dispose of the same or of his personal knowledge that scrip
was ever issued, he only knowing of hearing that such scrip was
issued and he further believes that his mother, Mary L. Quinn made
application and received scrip under the La Pointe Treaty for 80
acres of land and that she disposed of the same to one Isaac Van
Etten for $40 [notation: 'correct!'].  That he has never lived at
Pembina or Red Lake, that he was during the year 1864 employed as
scout for the Government and stationed at Pembina for about four
months and that he has been in the employ of the Government as
interpreter and guide in the Sioux Country almost continually since
1869 and at the time that the scrip under the La Pointe Treaty is
purported to have been issued in his name he was at or near Fort
N... with D.T.
     "He further says that he is the identical William L. Quinn who
received scrip for his children William L, Ellen and Thomas J. Quinn
under the Lake Pepin Sioux Treaty," also that he is the identical
William L. Quinn mentioned as receiving scrip under the 7th article
of the treaty of "La Pointe, Wis" with the Chippewas of Lake
Superior & Mississippi.
     "[signed] William L. Quinn,
     "sworn and subscribed to before me, this 16th day of July 1880.
J.N. Curdozy, Notary Public, Ramsey Co., Minnesota."
[Chippewa [checked] P/1455 Office of Indian Affairs, Rec'd December
20, 1880.  Hon. H. Poheler. Atty. Case No. 118.  Enclosing letter
from Wm. L. Quinn, requesting Chippewa half breed scrip.  Map 1 - S.
{Quinn's letter inadvertently reclaimed} Larrabee.  See letter to
Hon. Poehler Feb. 2d, 1881.  Quinn's letter returned to him, L.B.
76/374.  LL 10/140]
     "St. Paul, Minnesota, December 10th, 1880
     "Honorable Henry Poehler, Washington,D.C., Sir:
     "Permit me to write to you and at the same time asking to do me
a favor.  For the last two years I have made an application for a
Chippewa Half Breed Scrip under the Treaty of the Red Lake and
Pembina Bands which application has been filed with all the
necessary proofs and the application was filed by Mr. William P.
Dunwoody of Washington an attorney.  I have another time again,
asking for the issue of such scrip but, I never got any definite
answer one objection that the Department made was that I received a
Chippewa Lake Superior Scrip.  That matter I explained to them, in
that way such a scrip was obtained without my knowledge or consent,
and did not derive any benefit from it.  The papers will show on
file at the Department.  I would like to have you call on the
Commissioner and see ['if' deleted] him and have it issued.  I am in
need and acting to meet it.
     By attending to this matter you will confer a great favor on an
old friend,
     "Yours respectfully, William L. Quinn, 14 East 9th Street, St.
Paul, Minnesota."
[St. Paul Pioneer Press, January 18, 1880]
     "The Ink-pa-du-ta Raid.  Additional Historical Facts Suggested
by the Address of Judge Flandreau before the Minnesota Historical
Society.
     "The Spirit Lake Massacre and Alleged Provocation -- Personal
Sketches of Scouts, Interpreters and Big Indians.
     "To the Editor of the Pioneer Press:
     "The scenes narrated by Judge Flandreau in his address before
the Historical society, published in your paper of the 9th ult., are
so familiar to me that I perused it with great interest, and since
the recital was with the view of its becoming a historical record
the judge will doubtless not consider it amiss if a few corrections
and additions are made to the facts already given, and for this
reason the paper containing the address was laid aside for a
favorable opportunity of doing so.

     "Ink-pa-du-ta and is band were considered outlaws by the
neighboring Indians, and was composed not only of Sioux, but among
them were two or three members of the Sac and Fox tribe, and I
believe one Chippewa, all of whom joined and became a separate band,
made up of those who had committed some crime against some member of
the other Indian bands with whom they had originally belonged, and
hence there was very rarely any association between their own and
other Indians, fearing they would be revenged by the relatives of
those they had killed or robbed.  For this reason it is, and has
been, very difficult to get the Indian version of what is known as
the Spirit lake massacre.
     "Soon after this sad occurrence I visited the locality of it,
and as near as I could learn as obtained from those I came in
contact with, Ink-pa-du-ta and his band during the winter of 1856-7,
were trapping on the Little Sioux in Iowa, not on the Rock (Ingan
Peyaka, rocky ridge), as the judge has it, for there were not
settlements at all on the Rock then, and at the time they had their
first difficulty, they were down the river as far as Smithland, a
small settlement at the old wagon road crossing from Dubuque to
Sioux City.  At this time they were subjected to very many
indignities and left the place much enraged.  This fact is not given
as an excuse for the massacre that followed, but only to show that
in this instance, as usual, the whites were the first aggressors,
and it should, in justice, be recorded in history, had that not been
the case doubtless there would have been no spirit lake massacre of
1857, and even after the injustice referred to, had they the
benefits of the law to have taken their remedy, through it, the
judge would not have been furnished with his text for the occasion.
     "It seems terribly heart rending when listening to the account
of that massacre of innocent families, but can we not, to our same,
point to similar instances on our own part, and does not the
military records of Col. Chivington, Gen. Custer and others, show
instances still more aggravating in slaughtering not only innocent,
but life-long friendly Indians and their families, of mothers and
children, without any provocation whatever.
     "These Indians after the difficulties at Smithland made their
way back up the valley, passing the settlements at Correctionville,
Cherokee, Watermans, Petersons and Sioux Rapids on the way, but no
one was killed until they reached Lake Okoboji, a settlement a few
miles below Spirit Lake.  I believe no one was killed at Spirit
Lake, and the only other place where lives were take was at Jackson,
on the Des Moines, in Minnesota.  From which point the Indians
concluded that they would "go west" and as the facts show they did,
crossing the Big Sioux at or near Iminiji (High Rough Rocky Bluff)
and on crossing the river at that point Mrs.Heather, who had become
worn out from hardships, and hence became a burden to them, was shot
and killed in the center of the river, and I believe she or her
remains were never heard from again.

     "The dog difficulty, referred to by the Judge, occurred at Lake
Okoboji, and the circumstances of it, added to the indignities
received down the river, is what precipitated the outbreak.  One
version of it was that when the Indians approached a house a dog ran
out and bit one of them; the Indian in turn shot the dog; then the
owner of the dog came out with his gun, apparently intending to
shoot the Indian.  Another is that a white man first shot an
Indian's dog, an unpardonable offense, as an Indian thinks a great
deal of his dog, and then commenced the sickening horrors of the
Spirit lake massacre of 1857 (so called).  The Lake Cantaga-Tonka
(Gig Woods) is just west of Manka (Skunk lake), and is the head of
the Vermillion river, where Mrs. Marble was rescued.
     "It is reported that Joseph Coursall was with these Indians on
their trapping expedition down the Little Sioux, and only left them
at the commencement of the outbreak.  How or when he worked his way
to the agency to act as a guide has never been learned.
     "Peter Quinn was with the military expedition to Spirit Lake,
and acted an important part as interpreter.  I fail to see how the
judge failed to make favorable mention of him.  He was killed at
Fort Ridgely while faithfully defending it against the Indian attack
of 1862.  Much could be said of this faithful old hero.  He spoke
the Chippewa and Sioux languages fluently, and for many years acted
as interpreter for both of these tribes.  Joseph Coursall is now
living at the Santee agency, on the Missouri, in Nebraska.
Philander Prescott, who acted as interpreter for the judge, was
killed by Mato-ista-sa (Red Eyes Grisly Bear) at the outbreak of
1862 and his murderer was hanged, after being arrested at Fort
Garry, Manitoba, brought to Fort Snelling, tried and condemned.
     Little Crow (To-oyata-duta - His Red Nation), whose bones I
believe, are among the relics of the Historical society, figures
somewhat in this connection.  During the fall, after Mrs. Marble and
Miss Gardner were rescued, it was reported that a part of Ink-pa-du-
ta's band were living at Skunk lake.  To arrest hem an Indian part
was made up, with Little Crow as leader.  This party the writer met
near the head of the Cottonwood river when on their way out.  On
this mission nothing was accomplished.  Ink-pa-du-ta after this
became blind, entirely helpless, and finally died on the upper
Missouri, and the members of his band were scattered among other
Indians.  It is generally supposed no
son of: Quinn, Peter and Finnley, Mary L.
husband of: Jeffery, Angeline, a halfbreed of the Mdawankanton Band
of Sioux; married November 20th, 1849 at Mendota, Minnesota
issue: Quinn, William L., Jr.
       Quinn, Ellen
       Quinn, Thomas J.
477
Day, Alfred E. [R.L. Scrip #417 & #477]                          ·
Day, Alfred E. [McIntyre Report]                                 ·
"Red Cheeks" [McIntyre Report]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 477 issued August 9, 1882, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, July 11, 1882, delivered August 9, 1882 [notation:
"{Receipt of scrip acknowleged by H. J. Gray Attorney, see 14726 -
1882, filed with 12549/1882}"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 417, dated March
12, 175, 160 acres, delivered March 12, 1875, issued to Alfred E.
Day, delivered to Agt. Whitehead [notation: "Cancelled, see Agt.
Whitehead letter July 19, 1875 [W 1222]"]; attached is Scrip No.
417, with the same notation; and Number 477, dated August 9, 1882,
160 Acres, delivred Aug. 9, 1882, issued to Alfred E. Day, delivered
to "H.J. Gray, Atty for Scrippee, Case Britton & Gray, Washington"
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": "Alfred E.
Day.  Full Blood Indian, name 'Red Cheeks'."
478
Day, Alvin [R.L. Scrip #415 & #478]                              ·
Day, Alvin [McIntyre Report]                                     ·
^,(>,"^,[ Nun dah o nub [McIntyre Report]                        ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 478 issued August 9, 1882, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, July 11, 1882, delivered August 9, 1882 [notation:
"{Receipt of scrip acknowleged by H. J. Gray Attorney, see 14726 -
1882, filed with 12549/1882}"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 415, dated March
12, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 12, 1875, issued to Alvin Day,
delivered to Agt. Whitehead [notation: "cancelled.  See Agt.
Whitehead letter July 19, 1875 [W 1222]"]; and Number 478, dated
August 9, 1882, 160 Acres, delivered August 9, 1882, issued to Alvin
Day, delivered to H.J. May, Atty for Scripee, Case Britton & Gray,
Washington, D.C.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": "Alvin
Day. Full Blood Indian, name 'Nun-dah-o-nub'."
479
Day, James R. [R.L. Scrip #416 & #479]                           ·
Day, James R. [McIntyre Report]                                  ·
},(;,(\"-: Shan yan go say [McIntyre Report]                     ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 479 issued August 9, 1882, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, July 11, 1882, delivered August 9, 1882 [notation:
"{Receipt of scrip acknowleged by H. J. Gray Attorney, see 14726 -
1882, filed with 12549/1882}"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 416, dated March
12, 1875, issued to James R. Day [item included in stub book
includes actual scrip, with notation, "Agent Whitehead, ... 19, 1875
[W 1222]"]; [scrip stub]: Number 416, dated March 12, 1875, 160
Acres, delivered March 12, 1875, issued to James R. Day, delivered
to Agt. Whitehead [notation: "Cancelled, see Agt. Whitehead's
letter, July 19, 1875 [W 1222]"] -- in addition to the torn scrip
and scrip stub, there is also an intact scrip stub and attached
scrip, Number 416, dated March 12, 1876, 160 Acres, delivered March
12, 1876, issued to James R. Day, sent to Agt. Whitehead; the name
on the scrip is Alfred E. Day, with a notation "cancelled, see Agt.
Whitehead letter July 19th, 1875 [W 1222]"]; and Stub Number 479,
dated August 9, 1882, 160 Acres, delivered August 9, 1882, issued to
James R. Day, delivered to W.J. Gray, Atty for Scripee, Case Britton
& Gray, Washington, D.C.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": "James R.
Day. {Leech Lake} Fullblood Indian, name 'Shan-yan-go-say.'  See
Iar. Indian Roll.  I saw the whole family and think I can tell an
Indian from a halfbreed."
480
Day, Samuel R. [R.L. Scrip #418 & #480]                          ·
Day, Samuel R. [McIntyre Report]                                 ·
,',-:) An was ance [McIntyre Report]                             ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 480 issued August 9, 1882, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, July 11, 1882, delivered August 9, 1882 [notation:
"{Receipt of scrip acknowleged by H. J. Gray Attorney, see 14726 -
1882, filed with 12549/1882}"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 418, dated March
12, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 12, 1875, issued to Samuel R.
Day, delivered to Agt. Whitehead [notation: "Cancelled.  See Agt.
Whiteand letter July 19, 1875 [W 1222]"] -- attached is Scrip No.
418, made out to Sameul R. Day, with the same notation; and Scrip
Stub Number 480, dated August 9th, 1882, 160 Acres, delivered August
9, 1882, issued to Samuel R. Day, delivered to W.J. Gray, Atty. for
Scripee, Case Britton & Gray, Washingon, D.C.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": "Samuel R.
Day, Fullblood Indian, name 'An was ance'.  See Iar. Indian Roll. I
saw the whole family and think I can tell an Indian from a
halfbreed. {Leech Lake}"
481
Day, Thomas [R.L. Scrip #481]                                    ·
Day, Thomas [McIntyre Report]                                    ·
\,(<:/,(<: Kan be man bay [McIntyre Report]                      ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 481 issued August 9, 1882, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, July 11, 1882, delivered August 9, 1882 [notation:
"{Receipt of scrip acknowleged by H. J. Gray Attorney, see 14726 -
1882, filed with 12549/1882}"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 481, issued
August 9, 1882, 160 Acres, delivered August 9, 1882, issued to
Thomas Day, delivered to W.J. Gray, Atty for Scripee, Case Britton
& Gray, Washington, D.C.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": "Thomas
Day. {Leech Lake} Fullblood Indian, name 'Kan-be-man-bay'.  See Iar.
Indian Roll. I saw the whole family and think I can tell an Indian
from a halfbreed."
482
Lambert, William [R.L. Scrip # 424 & #482]                       ·
Lambent, William [McIntyre Report]                               ·
/;^:\:};[ Mine ke shig [McIntyre Report]                         ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 482 issued August 9, 1882, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, July 11, 1882, delivered August 9, 1882
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 424, dated March
12, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 12, 1875, issued to William
Lambert, delivered to Agt. Whitehead; Scrip No. 424 is attached,
made out in the name of William Lambert, with the notation,
"Cancelled. See Agent Whitehead's letter July 19, 1875 [W 1222]";
and Scrip Stub Number 482, dated August 9th, 1882, 160 Acres,
delivered Aug. 9, 1882, issued to William Lambert, delivered to W.J.
Gray, Atty for Scripee, Case Britton & Gray, Washington, D.C.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": "William
Lambent, Leech Lake, Fullblood Indian, name 'Mine-ke-shig'. Persance
[?] investigation."
483
Lambert, Thomas [R.L. Scrip #423 & #483]                         ·
Lambert, Thomas [McIntyre Report]                                ·
^:>,(':\:};[ Na tan we kishig [McIntyre Report]                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 483 issued August 9, 1882, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, July 11, 1882, delivered August 9, 1882
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 423, dated March
12, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 12, 1875, issued to Thomas
Lambert, delivered to Agent Whitehead; [note: Scrip No. 423 is
attached, made out to Thomas Lambert, with the notation, "Cancelled.
See Agt. Whitehead letter July 19, 1875 [W 1222]"]; and Scrip Stub
Number 483, dated August 9, 1882, 160 Acres, delivered August 9,
1882, issued to Thomas Lambert, delivered to W.J. Gray, Atty for
Scripee, Case Britton & Gray, Washington, D.C.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": "Thomas
Lambert, Leech Lake. Fullblood Indian name 'Na-tan-we-kishig'. Saw
in person."
484
McLellan, Norman [R.L. Scrip #426 & #484]                        ·
\,^,(>,(\,/;\;}\,( Kan an tan cum ig ish kug [R.L. Scrip #484]   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 484 issued August 8, 1882, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, July 11, 1882, delivered August 9, 1882
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 426, dated March
12, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 12, 1875, issued to Norman
McLellan, delivered to Agent Whitehead; note: Scrip No. 426 is
attached, made out in the ame of Norman McLellan, with the notation,
"Cancelled.  See Agent Whitehead's letter, July 19, 1875 [W 1222]";
and Scrip Stub Number 484, dated August 9th, 1882, 160 Acres,
delivered August 9, 1882, issued to Norman McLellan, delivered to
H.J. Gray, Atty for Scripee, Case Britton & Gray, Washington, D.C.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": Norman
McLellan. Leech Lake Fullblood Indian, name \,^,(>,(\,/;\;}\,( Kan
an tan cum ig ish kug. #"
485
McLellan, Charles [R.L. Scrip # 435 & Scrip #485]                ·
\,({:\:-.;[ Mah che ke stig [R.L. Scrip]                         ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 485 issued August 8, 1882, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, July 11, 1882, delivered August 9, 1882
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 435, dated March
12, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 12, 1875, issued to Charles
McLellan, delivered to Agent Whitehead; Scrip Number 435 is
attached, made out to Charles McLellan, with the notation,
"Cancelled.  See Agt. Whitehead's letter, July 19, 1873 [W'1222]";
and Scrip Stub Number 485, dated August 9th, 1882, 160 Acres,
delivered Aug 9, 1882, issued to Charles McLellan, delivered to H.J.
Gray, Atty for Scripee, Case Britton & Gray, Washington, D.C.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": "Charles
McLellan. Leech Lake. Fullblood Indian, name /,({:\:->;[ Mah che ke
stig. #"
486
Wright, Franklin B. [R.L. Scrip # 433 & Scrip #486]              ·
\"},(\,( Ko shan gon [R.L. Scrip #486]                           ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 486 issued August 9, 1882, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, July 11, 1882; delivered August 9, 1882
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 433, dated March
12th, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 12th, 1875, issued to
Franklin B. Wright, delivered to Agt. Whitehead; Scrip Number 433 is
attached, made out to the name of Franklin B. Wright, with the
notation, "Cancelled.  See Agt. Whitehead's letter, July 19, 1875 [W
1222]"; And Scrip Stub Number 486, dated August 9, 1882, 160 Acres,
delivered Aug 9, 1882,. issued to Franklin B. Wright, delivered to
H.J. Gray, Atty for Scripee, Case Britton & Gray, Washington, D.C.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": "Franklin
B. Wright.  Leech Lake, Full Blood Indian, name \"},(\,( Ko shan
gon.  Mr Ruffee as Indian Agent can certify that these are full
blood Indians as were on the roll, can show that they have always
been enrolled as such.  I obtained this Indian name from the books
of Mr. Geo. A. Morrison trader at Leech Lake."
487
Wright, Robert L. [R.L. Scrip # 434 & Scrip #487]                ·
/,(}:\,(>":) Man she gan to ance [R.L. Scrip #487]               ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 487 issued August 9, 1882, under the Authority of Secretarial
Decision, July 11, 1882; delivered August 9, 1882
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 434, dated March
12, 1875, 160 Acres, delivered March 12, 1875, issued to Robert L.
Wright, delivered to Agent Whitehead; Scrip Number 434 is attached,
made out to Robert L. Wright, with the notation, "Cancelled.  See
Agt. Whitehead's letter, July 19, 1875 [W 1222]"; and Scrip Stub
Number 487, dated August 9, 1882, 160 Acres, delivered Aug. 9, 1882,
issued to Robert L. Wright, delivered to H.J. Gray, Atty for
Scripee, Case Britton & Gray, Washington, D.C.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": "Robt. L.
Wright. Is an Episcopal missionary, Leech Lake, Full blood Indian,
name /,(}:\,(>":) Man she gan to ance"
488
Below, Louis [R.L. Scrip #488]                                   ·
Blue, Louis [97:6] [Powell 8/0024]                               ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [checked, with
notation "3 on Can"], Halfbreed Scrip No. 488 issued September 27,
1882, on authority of Secretarial Decision September 18, 1882,
delivered September 27, 1882, notation: "See to Secretary, August
19, 1992 Le. B. 100 p. 302 and decision 17148/1882"
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 488, dated Sept.
27, 1882, 160 Acres, delivered Sept. 27th, 1882, issued to Louis
Belon, delivered to Mesers Curtis & Burdette, see to Curtis & Earle,
Washington, D.C., Attys for Scripee
Powell Genealogies, family #97:6
(WE-206)
son of: Blue, Etienne (1844) and Blair, Angeline (WE-2002)
489
Amlin, Isidore [R.L. Scrip #289]                                 ·
Hamlin, Isidore [R.L. Scrip #489]                                ·
Hamlin, Isadore [McIntyre Report]                                ·
Hamlin, Isadore (1831) [*1886]                            ·P152.4a
Hamlin, Isador (1832) [1887]                              ·P152.4b
Hamlin, Isadore (1832) [1888-9]                           ·P152.4c
Hamlin, Isadore (abt.1832) [H2:1] (WE-3078) [Powell 8/0058]         ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....", Halfbred Scrip
No. 289, under the authority of Secretarial Decision, December 27,
1873, delivered January 19 19, 1874; and Halfbreed Scrip #489 issued
September 27, 1882, under the authority of Secretarial Decision,
September 18, 1872, delivered September 27, 1882 [Notation: "See to
Secretary, August 19, 1882, letter 100/302 and decision of Secretary
17148-1882"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 489, dated Sept.
27, 1882, 160 Acres, delivered Sept. 27, 1882, issued to Isidore
Hamlin, delivered to Curtis & Burdette, see to Curtis & Earle,
Washington, D.C., Atty for Scripee
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": "Isadore
Hamlin. Had Scrip No. 389. This is the same as Isador Amlin who had
Scrip No. 289, how could he be entitled to another."
Pembina White Earth B.I.A. Enrollment, 1886:45; 1887:170; 1888:165;
1889:138 "Shay shay way ge shig's Band"
1889 Agreement, Pembina - White Earth, #40: Isadore Hamlin, age  57
Powell Genealogies, family #H2:1
son of: Hamlin, Louis [H2:head] and Beaupre, Cecil
husband of, #1: ___, Clemmence (white)
issue: Hamlin, Isadore [H2:4] (WE-3264), who married Vasner, Mary
(white)
     Hamlin, Daniel [H2:5] (WE-3266)
     Hamlin, George [H2:6] (WE-3268)
     Hamlin, Nora [H2:7] (WE-3298), who married Brisbois, Charles
husband of, #2: LaFortune, Mary (white)
issue: Hamlin, Louis [H2:8] (WE-3265)
     Hamlin, Benjamin [H2:9] (WE-3267), who married Vasner,
Georgiana (White)
     Hamlin, Victoria [H2:10] (WE-3269), who married La Chapelle
     Hamlin, Agnes [H2:11] (WE-3270), who married Villebrun, Paul
     Hamlin, Philomen [H2:12] (WE-3271), who married Charboneau,
William
     LaChapelle, Ellen [H2:12a] (WE-1626) [notation: "see returned
sheet"]
[notation: "Note: the above is probably incorrect, and the children
are possibly of the same mother. ... 12a mentions Isadore (WE-3264)
as brother, but not 5, 6, and 7"]
[1887: listed with: Mason, Fransois (1802) [1887]
[1888: also listed with: Demarais, Victoria (1839) [1887-8]
     Hamlin, Louis (1838) [1888]
[1889: listed alone, as "hus"
490
Brilliant, Antoine [R.L. Scrip #490]                             ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed Scrip
No. 490, Schedule B., issued September 27, 1882, under the authority
of Secretarial Decision, September 18, 1882, delivered September 27,
1882 [notation: "to Secretary, August 19, 1882, LeB 100/302 and
Decision of Secretary, Le Bt 18/18 17148/82"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 490, dated Sept.
27th, 1882, 160 Acres, delivered Sept. 27th, 1882, issued to Antoine
Brilliant, delivered to Curtis & Burdette, Sec. to Curtis & Earle,
Washington, D.C., Atty for Scripee
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": "Antoine
Brilliant. Can not identify"
491
Cline, Fr's. [1849]
KLAYNE, Francois (1819) [1850 U.S.]                              ·
Cline, Francis [R.L. Scrip #491]                                 ·
1849 Petition: Fr's. Cline
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 175/175, born
Red River Br., Hunter
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 491 [notation: "see Le B 82-91"] issued September 27, 1882,
under the authority of Secretarial Decision, September 18, 1882,
delivered ... [notations: "see to Secretary August 19, 1992, SL
100/302, and his decision 17148-1882 {also see to Curtis Earle B.
and to E.W. Brenner September 27, 1882"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number 491, dated Sept.
27, 1882, 160 Acres, delivered Sept. 27, 1882, issued to Francis
Cline, delivered to Curtis & Burdette -- Sec. to Curtis & Earle,
Washington, D.C., Atty's for Scripee; See to Curtis, Earle & B to
E.W. Brenner, Sept. 27, 1882; [paper interleafed with Scrip Stubs
reads, "Commissioner said better not sign this till Curtis Earle &
Burdette and E.W. Brenner settle the matter, and set out in letter
with them of this date Sept. 27, 1882, when he will sign them as of
this date.  Larrabee.  See 10917 - 1887 being Power of Atty to
Dunnell"]; Scrip Form number 492, made ut to Francis Cline, dated
September 27th, 1882, is also included
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": "Francis
Cline. British subject, lives at Winnipeg. Presumably investigate at
Winnipeg through the Dominion Land & Indian Office."
husband of: Klayne, Istain (1824), born Red River Br.
issue: Klayne, Francois (1848), born Red River Br.
     Klayne, William (1849), born Pembina

National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red
Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number [blank], after
Number 491; reads "this blank sertificate belonging to this stub was
detatched and delivered to W.C. Van Hoy of the General Land Office,
June 12, 1894, when informal request by him -- J.H.H.
492
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 364, "Treaty of April 12, 1864, Red Lake and Pembina Half-Breeds," Scrip Stubs, Number [blank], after Number 491; reads "this blank sertificate belonging to this stub was detatched and delivered to W.C. Van Hoy of the General Land Office, June 12, 1894, when informal request by him -- J.H.H.
493

494

495

496

497

498
Letendre, Exavier [R.L. Scrip #498]                              ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." Halfbreed Scrip
No. 498 issued April 15, 1874, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered July 7, 1873, notation "B"

Abie, Joseph [R.L. Scrip]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" Halfbreed Scrip
No. 498 issued July 7, 1873, under the authority of Secretarial
Decision, June 12, 1872, delivered April 15, 1874

Azure, Pierre (1818)                                             ·
Azure, Pierre La Belle [R.L. Scrip]                              ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, family 60/60,
born Red River Br., Hunter
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" [checkmark],
notation "Azure, Pierre La Belle, heirs of"
(Pembina Annuity Payrolls, 1876: one woman, two children, Kah ish
kah's band)
husband of: Azure, Marie (1823) Red River Br.
issue: Azure, Gabriel (1843)
     Azure, Caroline (1845)
     Azure, Pierre (1847)
     Azure, Genevie (1848)
     Azure, Marguritte (1800)

Azure, Gabriel (1843) [1850 U.S.]                                ·
Azure, Gabriel Jr. [R.L. Scrip]                                  ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 1850, family 60/60,
born Pembina
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" [notation: "B"],
Halfbreed Scrip, listed on index without specifics
son of: Azure, Pierre (1818) and Marie (1823)

Beauprie, Paul (1849) [1850 U.S.]                                ·
Beauprie, Paul [R.L. Scrip]                                      ·
Beaupre, Paul (1851) [*1886]                             ·P152.19a
Beaupre, Paul (1849) [1887-9]                            ·P152.19b
Beaupre, Paul (abt.1850) [13:68] [Powell 10/0133]                   ·
[Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina County, 8/26/1850, family
12/12], born Pembina
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties....
" [notation:
Schedule B, application rejected by Secretary January 16, 1883, see
1209-1883"
Pembina White Earth B.I.A. Enrollment, 1886:237; 1887:186; 1888:189;
1889:142 "Shay shay way ge shig's Band"
(x-mark, 1889 Agreement, (#65, Pembina, White Earth)
Powell Genealogies, family #13:68
(3181)
son of: Beauprie, Joseph (1779) and \,\:':\',^:<:\': Kah ge way gwon
nay be quay [13:11]
spouse of, #1: LaRush, Nancy [52:50], or Eggy, Nancy (WE-878), who
also married Beaulieu, R.G.
issue: Beaupre, Caroline [B5:4] [13:255], or Holstein, Mrs. Ben
[13:255] (O-882) [notation: "a X"]
     Beaupre, Allen [13:256] [B5:5] (O-883)
     Beaupre, Charles [13:257] [B5:3] (O-881)
     Beaupre, Willie [13:258] (O-884) [notation: "stepson"], aka
Beaupre, William [B5:6] (WE-884)
     Beaupre, Patrick [13:258a] [B5:9] (O-887)
     Beaupre, Sophia [13:258b] [B5:8] (O-886)
spouse of, #2: Eggy, Nancy (WE-878), who also married Beaulieu, R.G.
[additional] issue: Beaupre, Joseph [B5:7] (WE-885)
[1887: listed with: Beaupre, Joseph (1843) [1887-8]
     Lafond, Mary (1829) [1888] #P152.12c
     Venosse, Virginia (1859) [1887-8] #P152.8b
[1889: listed as "hus" but alone

Charboneau, Peter [R.L. Scrip]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [notations: "see
t Agent Luce, August 19, 1882, his reply 16.120/82, and letter to
Curtis & Burdotte September 28, 1882"]

Decateau, Louise (1843) [1860 U.S.]                              ·
Decoteau, Louis [*1868]                                   ·P105.4d
Decoteau, Louis Jun. [R.L. Scrip]                                ·
U.S. Census, Becker County, 1860, family 748/742 [household of
Decateau, Joseph (1833)], born Minnesota - mulatto
Pembina Annuity Roll, Mis co muh quah's Band, 1868:113
                      - 1 man, 1 woman,   3 children     $ 20 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [name listed
without comment; line in book drawn to Francois De Cateau]

De Coteau, Francis [Lake Superior Scrip]                         ·
De Cateau, Francois [R.L. Scrip]                                 ·
Lake Superior Halfbreed Scrip; Aug. 17, 1858 - Superior, Wis.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [notation: "over
30, see Le B 82-91, Schedule "L" not printed, see original report;"
addendum to notations: "erroneous, see p. 227 printed book," and a
paragraph whish is deleted and illegible]

Desjarlias, Alexander [R.L. Scrip]                               ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [name listed
without further comment, nor scrip number]

Guardipee, Alexis [R.L. Scrip]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [name listed
without additional information]

Gornowe, Laurence [R.L. Scrip]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [name listed
without scrip number or further comment]

La Franch, Elizabeth [R.L. Scrip]                                ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": "Elizabeth
La Franch. Can't identify."

La Franch, Marie [R.L. Scrip]                                    ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": "Marie La
Franch, widow.  Lives in Iowa, not entitled. [marginal notation:
"lives in Iowa, don't see how she could be related"]"

La Franch, Pierre [R.L. Scrip]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": "Pierre La
Franch. Can not find, is not in Red River Country."

Langie, Francois Sr. [R.L. Scrip]                                ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [listed without
additional information]

La Sarte, Jophes [R.L. Scrip]                                    ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [notation: "Jophes
La Sarte.  Application rejected by Secretary, January 16, 1883.  See
1209-1883."]

Leith, Joseph [R.L. Scrip]                                       ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [notation:
"Secretary rejected application January 16, 1883.  See 1209-1883"]

Leith, Thomas [R.L. Scrip]                                       ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [notation:
"Secretary rejected application January 16, 1883.  See 1209-1883"]

La Roque, James [R.L. Scrip]                                     ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [notation:
"Secretary rejected application January 16, 1883.  See 1209-1883"]

La Franche, Pierre [R.L. Scrip]                                  ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [notation: "Pierre
La Franche.  Secretary rejected application January 16, 1883.  See
1209-1883"]

Laroque, Joseph (1824) [1860 U.S.]                               ·
La Roche, Joseph [Lake Superior Scrip]                           ·
Leroque, Joseph [Lake Superior Scrip]                            ·
La Roque, Joseph [R.L. Scrip]                                    ·
U.S. Census, Becker County, 1860, family 753 747, born Minnesota,
common laborer -  mulatto
Lake Superior Halfbreed Scrip: La Roche, Joseph; May 10, 1861 -
Buchanan, Minn.
Lake Superior Halfbreed Scrip: Leroque, Joseph; May 25, 187X - St.
Cloud, MN
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [notation: "Joseph
La Roque.  Secretary rejected application January 16, 1883.  See
1209-1883.  See to La Roque, February 14, 1883; see to La Roque,
April 11, 1883"]
listed with: Laroque, Batiste (1827)
     Laroque, Louis (1829)
     Laroque, Julia (1833)
     Laroque, Peter (1852)
     Laroque, Catharine (1854)

Martell, Michael [R.L. Scrip]                                    ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...."  [notation:
"Michael Martell - application rejected by Secretary, January 16,
1883.  See 1209-1883."]

Martin, Michael [R.L. Scrip]                                     ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E":  "Michael
Martin. Don't know."

Palinquin, Daniel [R.L. Scrip]                                   ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [Daniel Palinquin
[checked] listed without further information]

Parinton, Alexander (1841) [1850 U.S.]                           ·
Parenteau, Alexander [*1866-7]                            ·P135.2b
Paranteaux, Alexander [R.L. Scrip]                               ·
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 177/177, born
Red River Br.
Pembina Annuity Roll, Little Shell's Band, 1866:3/23
                      - 1 man, 1 woman                   $  5 paid
1867:203              - 1 man, 1 woman                   $  8 paid
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [name listed
without further information]
son of: Parinton [Paranteau], Joseph (1805) and , Angelic (1813)

Quinn, Mary Louise [R.L. Scrip]                                  ·
National Archives. Record Group 75 [Special Case No. 118.  Authority
No. 3966, Office of Indian Affairs, Received April 12, 1882.  D/315
Indian Office, Inclos: No. 2, 1880.  R/772 May, Indian Office Le.
No. 2B, 1880.  Application of Mary L. Quinn and P/A to Dunwody.]
"State of Minnesota, County of Hennepin}SS, [certifying] that B.M.
Smith, Esq. [notary, witnesses application] this 7th day of
November, 1878, [for] Mary Louisa Quinn, a Half Breed or mixed blood
of the Chippewas of Red Lake, or Pembina Bands ... a citizen of the
United States, and on the 2d day of October, 1863, over the age of
twenty one years. [witnessed] [illegible], W.E. Burton, N.W.
Kittson, Henry M. Rice.  [subscribed and sworn] November 1, 1868,
B.M. Smith, Notary Public, Hennepin County, Minnesota."
     [Power of Attorney, assigning] Wm. P. Dunwoody of Washington,
D.C. [on] May 20, 1878.  [Signed, Sealed and Delivered in the
presence of] Margaret Campbell, John Jones} Mary Louisa Quinn, her
"X" mark. B.M. Smith, Notary Public, Hennepin County, Minnesota
     [cf. William L. Quinn]

,^:/:\:':\',( Ah ne me ke we gwon [11:10] [Powell 10/0115]       ·
Reese, Edw. [11:10] [Powell 10/0115]                             ·
Reese, Edward [R.L. Scrip]                                       ·
/,>,\":( Ma ta go en [R.L. Scrip]                                ·
Powell Genealogies, family #11:10
(O-2894) [notation: "MIXED BLOOD, Rahily 9/20/19"]
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 368, McIntyre Report [abt.1877]
relating to Red Lake Halfbreed Scrip, "Report on List E": "Edward
Reese, Leech Lake. Is a fullblood Indian, name /,>,\":( Ma ta go en.
I know this Indian. McIntyre. #"
child of: /:/;-\',^"':) May mis quah no wance [11:4] and <:}:':) Pe
she wance [66:2a]
spouse of: ">,\';,}:\': O dah gwi aush equay (O-2895)
issue: Reese, Harry [11:30] (O-2896) [notation: "X M/"]
     Reese, Charles [11:31] (O-2897)
     /"\"/,^:\': Mo co mah ne quay [11:32] (O-2898) [notation: "X
M/"]

Trotterchaud, Charl [R.L. Scrip]                                 ·
Partra, Charl [R.L. Scrip]                                       ·
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [notation: "see
Trotterchaud"]

Richot, Jos [1849 Petition]                                      ·
Richott, Joseph [R.L. Scrip]                                     ·
1849 Petition: Jos Richot
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties...." [notation: "Joseph
Richott. application rejected by secretary January 16, 1883.  see
1209-1883."]

Valier, Baptiste (1838) [1850 U.S.]                              ·
Vallee, Baptiste Jr. [R.L. Scrip]                                ·
Valle, Baptiste Jun'r [*1866-7]                          ·P149.10b
Valler, Baptiste (Jr) [1868]                             ·P149.10d
Minnesota Territorial Census, Pembina, 1850, family 117/117, born
Red River Br.
National Archives, RG 75, Entry 363, "List of Persons to Whom Scrip
was Issued under Red Lake & Pembina Treaties ..." listed with "check
mark" in index without further information
Pembina Annuity Roll, Little Shell's Band, 1866:3/18
                      - 1 man, 1 woman                   $  5 paid
1867:198              - 1 man, 1 woman                   $  8 paid
Way ke ge ke zhick's Band, 1868:237
                      - 1 man, 1 woman,   1 child        $  9 paid
son of: Valier, Baptiste (1810) and , Marie (1819)
     








































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