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François Desjarlais (b. 1824)

François Desjarlais (b. 1824)

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Francois Desjarlais was the Chief of Lac la Biche Band. He fought in the 1885 Metis Resistance.
Francois Desjarlais was the Chief of Lac la Biche Band. He fought in the 1885 Metis Resistance.

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Published by: Lawrence J. Barkwell on Mar 28, 2013
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François “Payasis” Desjarlais.
(b. 1824)Peayasis (Peeaysis, Peayasis) was born at Beaver River, the son of JosephLadoucoeur dit Desjarlais and Josephte Suzette Cardinal. Peayasis signed Treaty Six atFort Carlton as chief of the Crees at Lac la Biche on August 8, 1876. In 1844, he marriedEuphrosine Auger at Lac la Biche. Euphrosine was born in 1824 at Lesser Slave Lake,the daughter of Antoine Auger and Marie Nipissing. They had ten children. In 1874, hemarried Marie Cardinal
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Fleury. They had one daughter, Sarah born after 1874.Payasis was the chief of the Peayases Band at Lac la Biche. Chief Peeaysis signedTreaty No. 6 in 1876 and a reserve for this group was finally assigned at Beaver Lake(north of Lac la Biche) in 1911.After he heard of the Metis fight at Duck Lake he travelled to join the Resistancefight at Battle River.
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According to a census taken in 1872 Lac La Biche once had a larger population thanEdmonton. Although most of the residents of Lac la Biche had taken treaty under Chief Peeaysis in 1876, many band members were removed from the annuity lists as punishment for participation in the 1885 Metis Resistance and most subsequently appliedto withdraw from treaty and take Metis Scrip.Desjarlais, Francois; address: Calgary; claim no. 133; born: 1824 at Beaver River;father: Joseph Desjarlais (Métis); mother: Josephte Cardinal (Métis); married: in1844 at Lac la Biche to Euphrasine Auger (deceased); and in 1874 at Red Deer River to Marie Fleury; children living: 10; scrip for $160.00Desjarlais, Francois; for his children, as heirs to their mother Euphrasine Auger;claim no. 553; address: Victoria Settlement; born: 1828 at Lesser Slave Lake; father:Augustin Auger (French Canadian); mother: Marie Nipissing (Métis); married: 1843at Lac la Biche to Francois Desjarlais, deponent; children living: 9; childrendeceased: died young and intestate and without issue; died: Summer, 1873 at Lac laBiche; heirs: Marguerite Desjarlais, $17.77; Guillaume Desjarlais, $17.77; JosephDesjarlais, $17.77; Angéle Desjarlais, $17.77; Eliza Desjarlais, $17.77; VéroniqueDesjarlais, $17.77; Mary Jane Desjarlais, $17.77; Michel Desjarlais, $17.77Desjarlais, Joseph; address: Lac la Biche; claim no. 713; born: 1858 on the PlainsSouth of the Saskatchewan; father: Francois Desjarlais or Pa-ya-sis (Métis); mother:Euphrosine Auger (Métis); married: 1885 at Lac la Biche to Thérèse Auger; childrenliving: 1; scrip for $240.00Desjarlais, Guillaume; address: Lac la Biche; claim no. 697; born: 1851 at Lac laBiche; father: Francois Desjarlais (Métis); mother: Euphrosine Auger (Métis);married: 27 July, 1870 to Marguerite Sauvé; children living: 4; children deceased: 2;scrip for $240.00.
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Francois and his children from his first marriage applied for scrip while living at Metis Crossing.
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