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Maxime Marion (b. 1838)

Maxime Marion (b. 1838)

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Maxime Marion was a guide and hunter for the 1872-73 British-Canadian Boundary Commission. He was a Metis member of Turtle Mountain Band.
Maxime Marion was a guide and hunter for the 1872-73 British-Canadian Boundary Commission. He was a Metis member of Turtle Mountain Band.

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Published by: Lawrence J. Barkwell on May 19, 2013
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Maxime Marion.
(1838-1910)
 
Maxime Marion was born on April 25, 1838 in St Boniface. He died on May 15, 1910 atTurtle Mountain Reserve, near Belcourt, North Dakota. He was the son of FrancoisMarion (b. 1810) and Angelique Deschamps dit Moreau (b 1812). He married Elise-Elizabeth St Matte dit Jerome (b. June 15, 1843) on September 01, 1862 in theAssumption Mission, near Pembina. Elise was the daughter of Martin St. Mathe Sr. ditSt. Matte dit Jerome and Elizabeth-Isabelle-"Bethsy" Wilkie.Maxime (1838-1910), was a guide for the British-Canadian Boundary Commission in1872-73 east of the Red River. Jean Baptiste Wilkie the Metis chief was his uncle.

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