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St.

Paul Minnesota 1850 Census


This is a listing of Canadians at St. Paul, Minnesota and vicinity in the 1850 census for St. Paul, which was called Iminijaska (White Rock), Fort Snelling, The Reserve, Little Canada, Mendota, Fountain Cove, and Pig's Eye. This listing is born in Canada as listed 1850 census unless otherwise noted. Source: From R. D. Garneau: http://www.telusplanet.net/dgarneau/metis37a.htm Pierre Allard (Alors) born 1805 George Anderson born 1825 Oliver Arseneau born 1831 Louis v. Auger (Ozier) born 1789 John Bailey born 1817 France married Victoire born 1830 France. Louis Bartellette (Berthelette) born 1799 William Battleford born 1828 Joseph Baudreau born 1792 married 1817 Quebec Josephte Fortier born 1793 Canada daughter Guillaume Fortier and Angelique Mercier of Vercheres, Quebec. Jean Baptiste Beauchemin (Bouchemin) born 1822 Red River married Sept 6, 1846 Susan Boucher born 1830 Canada both in St. Paul 1846. Josephine Beauleau (Boileau) born 1810 Kootenais, married Red River 1827 Joseph Rondo. William Beaumette born 1818 Canada, living Red River relocated St. Paul before 1835. Edward Beauvais born 1820 Jean Baptiste Belanger born 1828 Antoine Benard (Bernard) born 1827 Elijaha Bissell (Bizzell) born 1817 Joseph Boudrette (Bordette) born 1817 Maxime Boudrette (Bordette) born 1817 Pierre Bottineau, Metis (1810/16/17-1895) Red River son Joseph Charles Bottineau French Huguenot from Boston and Margaret Clear Sky, an Ojibwa (1816-1851). He traveled the North West extensively as a guide and interpreter, married 1836 Red River Martha Clear-Sky a Lake of the Woods Ojibwa, then he relocated near Fort Snelling 1837. Like other settlers, he was driven from his land and his home burned. His second marriage at Little Canada (St. Paul) Martha Gervais, died 1895 Red Lake Falls. Severe Bottineau, Metis born 1814 likely Red River, brother Pierre, Fort Snelling 1837. Joseph Bourcier b 1805 son Joachim & Francoise Duquet. Thomas Brown born 1825 Louis Burette born 1825 Red River. Joseph Burette (Baurette, Burnette, Barrette) born 1827.

Scott Campbell born 1790 Prairie du Chein son Colin Campbell (who was employed Fort Snelling 1818-1843 as interpreter) married Menominee Dakota. Jean Baptiste Campbell, Metis born 1838/41 Fort Snelling son Scott Campbell born 1790 Prairie du Chien. Jean was killed as an Indian in the infamous mass execution in Mankato, MN on December 28, 1862. Hypolite Campbell: Metis born 1828 Fort Snelling brother of Jean Baptiste. He escaped execution by fleeing to Red River in 1862. Pierre Cardinal born 1827 Antoine Carofil born 1825 Louis Carbon born 1828 Janie Caprote born 1831 France Cazeau Freeman (Firman) born 1812 Antoine Chanssee born 1818 Josephine Chappell born 1826 Bernot (Bruno) Chenevert born 1823 Paul Chevereux born 1815 James Reuben Clewett born 1810 Britain arrived Canada 1829, joined American Fur Company 1831 as Voyager to St. Paul 1839. Alexis Cloutier, Antoine Pepin and Joseph Gobin departed Red River for St. Paul late 1830's. Alexis wife and children remained in Red River until 1849 as Red River births of his children Bernard 1845, Eloysel 1847, Harriel L, 1849, Alexis Jr. and Marie born Minnesota. Francois Cloutier born 1794 Philip Constance born 1831 France William Constance born 1829 France Jean Baptiste Cornoyer born 1824 migrated from Red River prior to 1842. Joseph Cornoyer born 1818 Jean Baptiste Coty born 1819 arrived St. Paul 1849 but returned to Canada 1852 with wife Julia born 1832 Minnesota and son Joseph born 1847 Wisconsin. Pierre Crevier born 1819 Joel Douglas Cruttenden born 1834 District of Columbia. Kin Ken (Kincade) Cutineau born 1821 Canada wife Terese born 1817 Canada, children born Canada Abraham 1839, Pierre 1841, Joseph 1845, Edward 1847 and Paul born 1849 St. Paul, Minnesota. George Dabril born 1836 Elizabeth Dabril born 1838 Francois Xavier Delonais born Canada, died 1874, departed Red River for St. Paul 1843. William Derocher born 1819 John B Derocher born 1835 Peter Desair (Desire) born 1810 Joseph Desmarais Metis born Red River, working as guide and interpreter St. Paul 1843 Michel Donet born 1792 Canada arrived St. Paul 1832 married June 6, 1843 Sorel, Quebec Eleanor Donais born 1827 Canada daughter Jean Baptiste Donais and Archange Arseneau returned St. Paul 1843.

Alexander C. Doucheme born 1819 Francois Dubois born 1815 Maxime Dumas born 1822 Jean Baptiste Duplie born 1820 Alexander Fairbault Metis born 1806 Prairie du Chein died 1882 Faribault, MN son Jean Baptiste Faribault born 1773 Berthier, Quebec Voyager 1806 to Prairie du Chien and Pelagie Kinnie Metis daughter Francois Kinnie and his Indian wife. Arrived St. Paul in 1842. David Faribault Metis born 1816 brother Alexander in 1850 census. Thomas M. Finch born 1812 William Henry Forbes born 1815 Montreal arrived Fort Snelling 1837 with the American Fur Company until 1862. Louis Forcier born 1817 Quebec Voyager 1848 St. Paul. Marguerite Forcier born 1834 Canada daughter Jean Baptiste Forcier and Josephine Patrin of Little Canada, Minnesota, in census 1850. J. Fournier born 1807. Pierre Frontingeau born 1815 Noel Gaillard (Jaillard) born 1809 Francois Gammell died 1871 a Voyager married a Dakota arrived St. Paul 1829. Leander Garinot born 1827 Paul Girout born 1815 Benjamin Gervais born 1786 (July 3, 1792?) Riviere du Loop, Quebec, died 1885 Little Canada (St. Paul) traveled to Red River des Metis in 1803. Was farming Red River in 1812, married Red River September 29, 1823 Genevieve Larans (Larance) born June 28, 1804, Beithierville, Quebec, died August 30, 1885, Little Canada, Minnesota, family moved to Red River, both lived Lapointe, near Fort Gary, Red River and migrated to St. Paul 1826 with a number of Red River families. Pierre Gervis born 1803 Canada, brother Benjamin, lived Red River then St. Paul 1826. Sophie Gerville born 1810 Francois Gingras born 1828 Andre Godfrey married 1848 Margurite Metivier Metis born 1829 St. Paul daughter of Metivier - French and Dakota. Gabriel Goulette born 1795 Joseph Boudreau Gravelin born 1826 Vital Guerin born 1812 St. Remi, Quebec the son of a Voyager, Vital joined the American Fur Company in 1832 is living St. Paul 1835. Pierre (Rene) Guertin born 1826 Louis Hastin born 1832 Samuel E. (C.) Hoffman born 1813 M. Huot born 1810

Joseph Jabot born 1820 Norman Wolfred Kittson born 1814 Sorel, Quebec grandson of the Alexander Henry (the Elder?), Norman joined the American Fur Company in 1830 assigned to a post between the Fox and Wisconsin River, in St. Paul 1834, Red River in 1838 and Pembina 1843. In 1854 Kittson was in partnership with William H. Forbes and established the Old St. Paul Outfit for Indian supply trade goods and freighting to Red River. In 1860 he created the Red River Transportation Company using steamers and barges. Flavien Labarze born 1812 Issac Labisnier (Labissoniere) born 1823 Pembina son Joseph Labisnier born 1790 Canada, living Red River until 1838, Father in St. Paul 1838. Jean Baptiste Lachapelle born 1800 Charles Landry born 1815 Pierre Langelier born 1822 Timothy Lareau born 1815 Canada, in St. Paul 1847. Leonard H. Laroche born Canada, living St. Paul 1846. Louis Larrivier born 1794, died 1874, a refugee from Red River 1843 to St. Paul. Charles Lavallee born 1830 Daniel Louis Lavallee born 1827 Sorel, Quebec Francois Xavier Lavallee born 1825 Jean Baptiste Lavallee born 1833 M. Lavallee born 1825 Julia Leblanc born 1845 Antoine Leblanc born Canada Michel Leclaire born 1822 Canada married a Dakota Metis. Edouard Lemay born 1833 son Michel Lemay born 1804 both in St. Paul. Flavien Lemay born 1829 son Michel Lemay born 1804. Henry Leroche born 1820 Dazize Lomene born 1820 Donald MacDonald, born 1803, went with Miles Montgomery to the Hudson Bay in 1818, with the American Fur Company, and worked in the Arctic. Louis Martin born February 11, 1803 entered Maine in 1822, and St. Paul in 1820's where he married Zoe Winona a Midiwankanton Dakota. Julia Martin Metis daughter Zoe Winona Mary Martin Metis daughter Zoe Winona Alexander R. McLeod Metis son HBC man, in St. Paul 1843. Alexander Mege born France moved to Prairie du Chien 1843 then St. Paul before 1850. Marguerite Menager born 1807 Abraham Michee (Michier, Michaudi) born 1800 Joseph Montour born 1811 Quebec, in Wisconsin by 1841, St. Paul 1849 Amable Morin born 1810 married 1849 Marie Indian Charles Mousseau born 1807 Voyager with American Fur Company in St. Paul 1827.

Narcisse Noyer born 1823 Frederick Oliver born Canada Louis M. Oliver born 1825 John Orlandais born 1790 Lewis E. Pane born 1827 Gabriel Parents born 1808 Pierre Parents born 1777 Sault Ste Marie, in St. Paul 1832. Francois Patwell born 1827 Peter Patwell (Patoille) born 1816 Edward Peira born 1825 Old Pelon Voyager Prairie du Chein, St. Paul 1842. Joseph Pellond born 1835 Charles Peltier born 1818 Michael Peltier born 1832 Peter Peltier born 1827 Antoine Francois Pepin born 1786 Canada died 1850, lived Red River before 1831, in St. Paul 1831. Abraham Perry born 1780 Switzerland Died 1849 St. Paul arrived Red River 1820 a refugee from Red River to St. Paul 1827. Joseph Plympton forced Abraham to relocate twice within St. Paul, causing economic hardship and failed health. Peter Picard born 1821 Joseph Potvin born 1804 Tharsile Pratte born 1804 Joseph Rondo (Rondeau) born 1797 Montreal, joined the H.B.C. to Pacific Coast 1827 Red River, where he married 1827 Red River Josephine Beauleau (Boileau) born 1810 Kootenais, then on to St Paul in 1835. Louis Ronion born 1804 Charles Rouleau born 1807 to St. Paul 1846 Francis St. Arme born 1832 Oliver St. Martin born 1811 Paschal St. Martin born 1819 Pierre St. Martin born 1824 Henry H. Hastings Sibley born 1811 Detroit son Solomon Sibley and Sarah W. Sproat, at Sault Ste Marie 1828, then joined American Fur Company at Mackinac to St. Paul 1834, responsible for forcing the settlers from Fort Snelling and burning their homes. Francois Tibot born 1829 Peter Turgeon born 1820 Murance Vadnais born 1838, Quebec Pierre Vadnais born 1802, Quebec

Maxime Valance (Vance, Vanarse, Damorse) born 1802/03 Zenion Valance born 1826 Clermont Vendall born 1826 Elizabeth Williams Metis Peter Young born 1825