Baptiste was the son of Jean Baptiste Davisand Julianne Desnommé. His parents were bothmembers of the Turtle Mountain Band.
Delorme, Norbert “Mankachee” (Frog).(1837-1898)
Norbert was the son of Urbaine Delormeand Madeleine Vivier. He was born on May 8,1837 at St. François Xavier. He married Char-lotte Gervais, the daughter of Alexis Gervais andMadeleine Gervais on June 7, 1858 at St. Fran-çois Xavier. The couple hunted buffalo on theplains for many years. He was then involved infreighting and other work with the HBC. He wasthe older brother to Joseph Delorme. He movedto the North West Territory in 1874. In 1874Norbert was one of the Metis hunters who hadsigned the Half-Breed petition from LakeQu’Appelle. In 1878, Norbert and other Metisbuffalo hunters at Cypress Hills wrote a petitionasking for a special Metis reserve of land. Nor-bert settled at St. Laurent on the South Sas-katchewan in 1880 and worked as a freighter forthe HBC. He was a member of Riel’s Council(Exovedate) at Batoche during the 1885 Resis-tance. Delorme’s St. Laurent home served asmilitary headquarters for the Metis campaign.Riel sent him to the Battleford area to enlist thesupport of the Indians in that area. On April 16,1885, Norbert and Fine Day took some prisonersat the Bresaylor Settlement.The Indian and Metis camps were separate.The Metis leaders were Norbert Delorme andAndré Nault however the leaders of the com-bined group were Delorme and Rattler (FineDay). Norbert led the Metis fighters during thebattle of Cut Knife Hill. Norbert fled to Montanathen moved to Alberta after 1885. He set up aranching operation at Pincher Creek. (With con-tributions by Larry Haag, Metis Resource Cen-tre.)
Desnomme, Pierre. (b. 1815)
Pierre Desnomme married MagdeleineDeschamps dit Amyotte before 1836. He diedApril 12, 1875 at Lebret.
Desjarlais, Michel. (b. 1819)
Michel Desjarlais was born at St. FrancoisXavier, the son of Antoine Desjarlais and MarieCatherine Allery. He married Julie Bonneau, thedaughter of Francois Bonneau and Marie Favelin 1851 at St. Francois Xavier.
Desmarais, Michel. (b. 1810)
Michel Desmarais was the son of JeanBaptiste Desmarais and Louise “Saulteaux”. Hemarried Marguerite Vivier, the daughter of Alexis Vivier and Marie Anne “Assiniboine” in1830 at St. Boniface. He then married JosephteRochon, the daughter of Joseph Rochon and Jo-sephte Ducharme in 1835 at St. Francois Xavier.
Fisher, Alexandre. (b. 1821)
Alexandre Fisher was born in September1821, the son of Henry Munro Fisher and Mar-guerite Laframboise. He married Susanne Des- jarlais, the daughter of Antoine Desjarlais andPelagie Martin in 1840 at St. Boniface.
Fisher, John. (b. 1827)
John Fisher was born on February 12, 1827,the son of Henry Munro Fisher and MargueriteLaframboise. He married Elizabeth Brabant, thedaughter of Augustin Brabant and MargueriteGenevieve L’Hirondelle in 1843.
Flammand, Andre. (b. 1857)
Andre Flammand was born on February 12,1857 at Baie St. Paul, the son of Louis Flam-mand and Josephte Bellehumeur.
Flammand, Louison. (b. 1829)
Louis Flammand was born in 1829, the sonof Joseph Flammand and Marguerite Moreau.Louis married Josephte Bellehumeur, the daugh-ter of Andre Bellehumeur and Marguerite Maronin 1853 at St. Francois Xavier.
Flammand, Pierre. (b. 1841)
Pierre Flammand was born on October 19,1841, the son of Joseph Flammand and Margue-rite Moreau. He married Marguerite Ducharmedit Decoteau, the daughter of Joseph Decoteauand Marie Anne Lafournaise in 1863 at St. Fran-cois Xavier. He then married LaRose Bourassa,the daughter of Jean Baptiste Bourassa andMadeleine Pelletier in 1874 at Lebret.
Flavin, Antoine.Hamelin, Antoine. (b. 1842)
Antoine Hamelin was born on August 7,1842, the son of Solomon Hamelin and IsabelleVandal. He married Philomene Perrault, thedaughter of Jean Baptiste Perrault and MarieCharon dit Ducharme in 1862 at St. Boniface.
Kavanagh, Thomas. (b. 1841)
Thomas Kavanaugh was married to EliseKlyne, the daughter of Michel Klyne and Made-leine Millet dit Beauchemin on October 13, 1867