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My quest for the father of Louis Garneau (1790-1863) is complicated as much of the information is based on the Mixed Blood Treaty of 1854 and it was racked with fraud as many script applicants entered two or more names and this was not resolved until the 1870's. On the positive side Joseph D Garneau aka Gurnoe (1812-1910) was extensively involved, as an identifying witness, as to script applicants, giving the family records more credibility. It would appear that the Gurnoe, Gaurneau, Gourneau, Grenon (Garneau) clan might have originated at Lac Flambeau, Minnesota. The Lac Du Flambeau band originated in Wisconsin near the source of the Flambeau and Chippewa Rivers where a small Metis settlement was also located and then they migrated north west into Minnesota. The Ojibwa were located at Boise Forte (Nett Lake), Fond Du Lac, Grand Portage, Leech Lake, Mille Lacs, White Earth and Red Lake. When the term 'Lac Flambeau, Minnesota' is used I don't know what location is being referred to but I suspect it refers to the band members being in Minnesota. The greatest name derivations occurred in Lake Superior Region and in the Red River Region which includes Pembina and North Dakota.
Garaheau first appears in Ontario Region
Gareau first appears in the Quebec Region
Garaneau first appears in Lake Superior Region
Garneau first appears in the Quebec Region
Garno is an English spelling of Garneau
Gaunaux first appeared in Lake Superior Region
Gaurneau first appears in the Red River Region
Genereaux first appears in Red River Region
Genereaux first appeared in Red River Region
Genereux first appeared in Red River Region
Giroux first appears in the Quebec Region
Goarneau first appears in Red River Region
Godreau first apprears in the Lake Superior Region
Gornon first appears in Lake Superior Region
Goudreau first appears in Lake Superior Region
Gourneau first appears in the Red River Region
Gournon first appears in Lake Superior Region
Grenon first appears in the Quebec Region
Gurnoe first appears in Lake Superior Region
(IV)-Louis Amable Grenon born September 12, 1756, Detroit, died July 15, 1799 Montreal son Louis-Joseph Grenon b-1726 and Marie Amable Hardouin b-1778
Marie Josephe Garneau de villa de Quebec daughter Louis Garneau and Catherine Cournais married 1789 L'Assomption de la Pointe de Montreal de Detroit Marie Bary de Champelain son Joseph Bary and Marianne Baribeau. Witness Francois Cardinal and Jean Baptiste Garneau. (Garneau could be Garreau)
1789 LA POINTE, CHAGOUAMIGON BAY, LAKE SUPERIOR (Wisconsin)
John Garneau who died before 1791 (must be 1891?) married Marie Lapointe born between 1740-1760, source Rootsweb ID1333883 (location is unknown but with a name of La Pointe it is safe to assume she is likely from La Pointe, Wisconsin or Lake Superior).
1789 LA POINTE, CHAGOUAMIGON BAY, LAKE SUPERIOR (Wisconsin)
(5)-Monsieur Garneau of Montmagny, the stray born before 1769 possibly La Pointe, Chagouamigon Bay, Lake Superior; its more likely he is out of Quebec. Its also possible he is not a Garneau and may have another name that sounds similar. Its possible Monsieur Garneau had two or more wives at the same time, one in La Pointe, one Red Lake and one Red River? If this is true he would be in the region 1789 to 1817.
In 1775 Baptiste Colin born 1775 North West see 1750 a possible Garneau alias, census 1831 Red River, North West.
In 1775 a Francois Giroux is recorded on the Saskatchewan River with a Michel Cadot.
In 1794 a Gareau is recorded on the Red and Assiniboine Rivers.
In 1795 a Gareau is recorded on the Assiniboine River attempting to buy an Indian wife, daughter of Foutreau.
In 1795 Joseph Geroux of Mackinac is working out of La Pointe, Wisconsin.
In 1811-1813 Louis Garneau, blacksmith living Montreal H1758
Married (A) about 1789, likely La Pointe, Madeleine Island Lake Superior (Wisconsin) to a Dakota Sioux who is the mother of (6)-Louis Gurnoe born 1789-1790 died 1863. Mother Sioux (Se Gaunaux So-Way-Guay) is still receiving Indian allotment Sault Ste Marie 1846 listed as the Mother of (6)-Louis Gurnoe (1790-1863). It is noteworthy she used the name Se Gaunaux. Family tradition suggests she was a Dakota Sioux captured by the Ojibwa and sold to Garneau. There is a high possibility he had another country wife at Red Lake, Minnesota and another on the Red River of the North. The other possibility to consider is that he is a second generation in the West although the Mixed Blood treaty of 1854 suggests he is 1/2 Ojibwa not 3/4 Ojibwa. The Land patents for Isabella County dated May 27, 1871 reads NENW section 1 T15N R4W acres 40.71, NE Yaw So Way Guay. It is noteworthy that the females of the Potawatomi Band use the words Way & Guay in their naming convention but at the Lapointe band some men use this same naming convention.
Married (B) about 1789 likely Red Lake to a Ojibwa who is the mother of Joseph Grenon Gurneau aka Little Thunder born 1790 Pembina or La Pointe, Wisconsin. Mother Ikwezensiwin Ojibwa. First married unknown but first child Joseph Gernon Gurneau, b-1825 Pembina; 2nd married Angelic (Gernon), one child Ann Gernon, b-1841 La Point, Wisconsin, 3rd marriage unknown about 1853, 4th marriage Marguritte Ungott (Gernon)
French permits 1681 to 1752 the only other Oliver listed is Oliver Lafleur de Lavaltrie to Post Kamanisigoka. Oliver some times used the name Garneau or similar.
1739 May 8 permit Garaheau dit Coline from De Carillon to Poste de Temiscaminge (Ontario).
1747 July 9 permit Olive Garneau from Tous du Bout de L'Lle to Poste de La Pointe de Chagouamigon (Lake Superior, Wisconsin).
1748 June 16 permit Oliver Ganahau from Tous de Sainte Anne to Poste La Pointe Chagouamigon (Lake Superior, Wisconsin).
1749 May 26 permit Oliver Gaspe (?) from Du Sault au Recollet to Poste de Chagouamigon (Lake Superior, Wisconsin).
1751 June 1, permit Oliver Garahan (?) from De Sainte Anne to Poste de la Baie des Paunts (Green Bay, Wisconsin).
FIVE CHILDREN ARE POSSIBLE ?
(6)-Louis Gournon, Gornow and Gurnoe, Metis is born 1790 Wisconsin died October 21, 1863 Sault Ste Marie, Michigan, son of Gaunaux and Se Gaunaux So Way Guay (Quay); married about 1815 La Pointe, Wisconsin a Se-Ranze Say-Shaw-Ne-Nie born 1800 Canada daughter Se Ranze. A second marriage about 1828 Sault Ste Marie, Michigan a (V)-Archange Cadotte.
Michael Keplin suggests the parents of Louis are Louis Gourneau and Striped Earth Woman based on the BIA and/or Joseph Grenon and Nowananikkwee based on Assumption Church records.
(6)-Joseph Garneau Sr. also Gournon, Metis is born about 1795 Red Lake, Minnesota, married about 1811 Red Lake, Minnesota to a Delondie of the Red Lake Band. Joseph D Gurnoe (1812-1910) testified he was related to Louis Gurnoe (1790-1863). Most likely same Joseph Gournon listed as living before 1801 in Ontario (MB7-4). Name evolved to Gourneau at Turtle Mountain.
(6)-Margaret Gounon also Gournon (Grenon), Metis born 1800-1801 # (1803) Ontario
died June 23, 1871 St. Boniface daughter Joseph Gounon and # Nowananikkwee; married about
Bonami (Bonamie) Lesperance (L'Esperance alias Magnon)
born 1797 Quebec son Pierre Lesperance (L'Esperance alias Magnon) and Marguerite
about 1833 to 1870 St. Boniface, Red River. (MB-7-4). # Possible sister of
Joseph Gourneau b-about 1790, source Gail/Morin/Michael K. Keplin.
Alex was employed NWC/HBC (1816-1870) at the following locations, Fort William,
Peace River, Athabasca, Red River, Columbia District and had one recorded son,
Jean Baptiste Bruce Bonamis Metis.
Baptiste Bruce Bonamis dit L'Esperance Metis
Joseph Bonamis dit L'Esperance Metis married Marie Lavallee (1827-1872)
(6)-Marie Garneau, Metis born 1817 married North Dakota Antoine Azure also Labelle born, October 1852, died, February 1889, North Dakota
(6)-Louis Goudreau, Metis? (he also used Garaneau, Gredreau, Godreau, & Gaudron) born 1815-1816, Red River, North West, listed as native also listed French Canadian Families in North Central States - St. Paul Minnesota 1981 by Paul J. Lareau and Elmer Courteau. Louis Godreau born 1816 Red River Land with wife and no children listed 1835 census Red River.
(6)-Louis Goudreau, Metis born 1816 Native Lands (Red River Region) married
probably to a Parenteau as living 1835 census Red River, North West with
the Parenteau family.
(*) A high possibility these people belong to one clan and may not have a common father with (6)-Louis Gurnoe (1790-1863)?
*(6)-Joseph Gourneau (Grenon/Garneau) #(Kahasigiwit, Jr, Metis b-about 1790, possible son Ikwezensiwin (Nowananikkwee); married 1819 La Pointe, Wisconsin to Angelique #(Folle-Avoine born about 1800), of Green Bay, Wisconsin, source Metis script listing C-11878 #2110 and records of St. Joseph Mission, La Pointe, Wisconsin, # value-add by Michael K. Keplin.
*(6)-Francois Gourneau, Geurnou, Guernoe, Metis born 1800 Red Lake, Minnesota,
died about 1870, married about 1825 Pembina, North Dakota a Marguerite
Martineau born 1805-1809 Red Lake, Minnesota daughter Ambroise Martineau
born Canada and Josephte Indian born 1785, died 1806. Possible brother
John and Elisha.
Mary Anne Gourneau Metis b-1825 married Louis Bonneau Metis b-1816 Red River
*(6)-John Geurnou, Geurnoe, Metis 1854 script application No. 344 dated June 5, 1869 Pembina, North Dakota, script was rejected. Possible same person as Quebesausick Geneaux and possible brother Francois and Elisa.
*(6)-Elisha Geurnou, Geurnoe, Metis 1854 treaty script application No. 345 dated June 5, 1869, Pembina, North Dakota, script was rejected. Possible brother Francois and John.
*(6)-Jean Baptiste Goarneau, Metis is born 1803 Canada as are both parents, according to census of 1880 Rosebud Agency, Meyer county, Dakota Territory, #377879 P-3.
1790 LAPOINTE, WISCONSIN
Father not noted but most likely Joseph Gourneau or Gernon, possibly dit Geroux Sr. source St Ann's Centennial, Turtle Mountain, North Dakota.
TWO CHILDREN ARE RECORDED:
Joseph Kaishpa Gourneau Jr. Metis, alias (Joseph Gernon age 60 in 1850 Pembina census) therefore born 1790 Laporte, Wisconsin, d-1854, married before 1818 NWT Angelique Folle Avoine b-1800 NWT. Kaishpa means (the elevated one).
Marguerite Grenot dit Gourneau dit Grenon, Metis b-1801 Ontario died June 1871 St Boniface District married 1871, churched June 6, 1825 St. Boniface, Red River, Alexis Bonami L'Esperance born November 27, 1796 St. Michel, Yamaska Quebec, died December 11, 1890 St. Francois Xavier, Manitoba
ANOTHER POSSIBILITY TO BE RESEARCHED
(IV)-Jean Baptiste LaCouture (Goneau et Gouneau) born November 18, 1735 living in the south, son (III)-Jean Baptiste Couture (Goneau et Gouneau) and (III)-Marie Madeleine Lacasse born 1697;
May 23, 1794 recorded on the Red river trading
January 5, 1795 recorded trading to River Le Souris
Married October 25, 1762 Fort Detroit (IV)-Catherine Campeau (b-1742) daughter (III)-Antoine Campeau (1702-1759) and (V)-Marie Anne Pelletier.
ONE CHILD IS RECORDED:
Francois Lacouture (Goneau et Gouneau) b-1777 married Josephte Indian b-1780 most likely North West, most likely son Lacouture (Goneau et Gouneau) b-1735
1790 PEMBINA OR LA POINTE, WISCONSIN
Joseph Gernon aka Gornon, Gornau Sr., Gurneo Sr (son Gurneau Jr.) Metis, b-1790 Pembina or La Pointe, Wisconsin, died before April 21, 1874 son of Joseph Gurneo Sr. and unknown;
Occupation listed as hunter, a warrior of Pembina, Red River
1st married unknown Judith Delorme? about 1818, Pembina, Red River
ONE CHILD IS RECORDED
Joseph Gernon aka Gornau Gurneau,Metis, b-1825 Pembina, Red River
2nd married 1818, La Point, Wisconsin, Angelique Folle-Avoine, b-1800 La Pointe, Wisconsin
TWO CHILDRED ARE RECORDED
Marguerite Grenon, Metis, b-1819, baptized, December 9. 1850, Pembina, Red River, daughter Joseph Grenon, b-1790 and Judith Delorme; married Joseph Gourneau son Louis Grenon and Genevieve Allard. Marguerite claims her mother was a Gurnoe from (La Pointe) Lake Superior, but Metis script was refused.
Ann Grenon, Metis b-1841 Pembina or Ann Gernon, Metis, b-1841 La Pointe, Wisconsin
3rd married unknown about 1853
TEN CHILDREN ARE RECORDED
#1 Gernon, Metis. a female (bef 1854 - bef 1878) married Joseph Gernon Gornau Gurneau b-1825 Pembina, Red River, this might be an error, confused with #2??
#2 Joseph Gernon, aka Gornau & Gurneau, Metis, b-1825, Little Shell Band, Pembina, Red River, married 1st. 1848 Pembina, Red River, Indigne, b-1827 Pembina, 2nd marriage to unknown (bef 1854 bef 1878)
#3 Gernon, Metis (bef 1866 - bef 1878), Little Shell Band, Pembina, Red River
#4 Gernon, Metis (bef 1866 - bef 1878), Little Shell Band, Pembina, Red River
#5 Gernon, Metis (bef 1866 - bef 1878), Little Shell Band, Pembina, Red River
#6 Gernon, Metis (bef 1866 - bef 1878), Little Shell Band, Pembina, Red River
#7 Gernon, Metis (bef 1866 - bef 1878), Little Shell Band, Pembina, Red River
#8 Gernon, Metis (bef 1866 - bef 1878), Little Shell Band, Pembina, Red River
#9 Gernon, Metis (bef 1866 - bef 1878), Little Shell Band, Pembina, Red River
#10 Gernon, Metis (bef 1866 - bef 1878), Little Shell Band, Pembina, Red River
4th married likely after 1864 Red Lake, Marguritte Ungott (Gernon) co-wife with Angelic Gernon b-1800
THREE CHILDREN ARE RECORDED
1864 no children listed Red Lake
1870 1 boy, 2 girls listed at Red Lake.
1790-1794 LIKELY LAKE SUPERIOR(5)-Joseph Grenon (Guernon) aka Little Thunder born about 1790 son Ikwezensiwin married Nowananikkwee b-1775, source Gail Morin/Michael Keplin. Rupertslander© suggests marriage likely closer to 1794.
Joseph Guernon working 1799 Fort Dauphin for NWCo. source Rupertslander©
TWO CHILDREN ARE RECORDED
*(6)-Joseph (Kaishpa) George Guernon, Gourneau aka Gernon, Gurnoe and Garneau #(Little Thunder, b-about 1790, possible son Joseph Grenon (Kahasigiwit) aka Gourneau and (Judith Delorme?) Nowananikkwee) married 1819 La Pointe, Wisconsin to Angelique #(Folle-Avoine born about 1800, Ojibwa), of Green Bay, Wisconsin, source Metis script listing C-11878 #2110 and records of St. Joseph Mission, La Pointe, Wisconsin, # value-add by Gail/Morin/Michael K. Keplin. The middle name George is taken from the Assumption Church ledger in the early 1850's according to Michel K. Keplin. Brother Joseph b-1817. Rupertslander© suggests born about 1795 La Pointe, Wisconsin died about 1854.
Ten to thirteen years between kids is highly unlikely. Either more kids are associated with this family or these people are part of another family or it represents a second marriage? If birth first child 1795 then second child more plausible.
(6)-Margaret Gounon also Gournon (Grenon) born 1800-1801 # (1803) Ontario died June 23, 1871 St. Boniface daughter Joseph Gounon and # (Nowananikkwee); married about 1830 Alexis Bonami Lesperance (L'Esperance alias Magnon) born 1797 Quebec son Pierre Lesperance (L'Esperance alias Magnon) and Marguerite Aucoin, living about 1833 to 1870 St. Boniface, Red River. (MB-7-4). # Possible sister of Joseph Gourneau b-about 1790, source Gail/Morin/Michael K. Keplin. Rupertslander© suggests born between 1801-1802, in Upper Canada or USA, died June 23, 1871 St. Boniface, Manitoba.
Joseph (Sooza) (Kahisigewid) Gourneau alias Gernon (1817-1912) married about 1846 Judith Delorme. Brother of Joseph b-1790?.
1795 LA POINTE, CHAGOUAMIGON BAY, LAKE SUPERIOR (Wisconsin)
Joseph Geroux employed by JS & Company as a winterer in Pierre Bayerge's
a La Pointe Department outfit for 500L. Possible father of the La
Pointe and Red Lake Gourneau clan?
Frank Quewezanceish (Bad Boy) Gourneau, b-1800/1820, Red Lake, Minnesota, died near Hackensack, Minnisota, married, 1838, Elizabeth Nesebin Kitchinisibi Fits , b-1807/1810, Minnesota
FOUR MARRIAGES ARE RECORDED
#1 marriage: Ogah
SIX CHILDREN ARE RECORDED:
Wadena Birth: ABT 1825, enrolled as, Gull Lake,Removal Chippewa,MN
Shagoje Shagoge Birth: 1844
Jim Kaybayonub BADBOY
#2 marriage: 1838, Elizabeth Nesebin KitchiNisibi FITS, b-1807/10, Minnesota, died March 16, 1895, Red Lake, Minnesota; 1st marriage 1831 Johnson, 2nd marriage Bad Boy, likely 1838
FOUR CHILDREN ARE RECORDED:
Negannegwanabeak Negahnegwonaybik Gurneau, b-1839
Julia (Julie) Wahboshkahnegenc Gurneau, born: 1844/1846, ,,Minnesota
Joseph Gourneau aka Gurneau, Metis, Birth: 1849/1851, died March 3, 1917, Red Lake, Minnesota ,,(Wisconsin?) married 1st 1888 Maria Ozhawwushkkokesh Ginawabj, b-1850 Red Lake; 2nd marriage 1898, Angelique Gourneau), b-1857 Turtle Mountain, North Dakota.
(Name_Unknown) Annuity Gurneau Birth: bef 1849 Death bef 1878, Red Lake, Minnesota
#3 marriage: (Name_Unknown) Annuity
TWO CHILDREN ARE RECORDED:
(Name_Unknown) Annuity Birth: BEF 1864
(Name_Unknown) Annuity Birth: BEF 1864
#4 marriage: Ominisinoke White, b-1859/63 died August 10, 1903. 1st married George Johnson (1850/60-1897), 2nd married Bad Boy b-1800/1820, 3rd married John Wahbesheshe Martin (1857-1923). This doesn't sound correct must be a son?
FIVE CHILDREN ARE RECORDED:
Sam WHITE Birth: 1891
Ahsinewahcumigok Birth: 1893
Obezaun birth: January 1897, died August 15, 1911
(died_young) Birth: 1900
(died_young) Birth: 1901
Joseph Gurnoe Jr, b-1800 died October 20, 1894 Sugar Island son of Joseph Gurnoe Sr, and Archangel. If this is true then Joseph Sr. would be born about 1782??
1800 SAINT LANDRY, LOUISIANA
Abraham Garneaux married, December 27, 1800, Saint Landry, Louisiana
a Roques Harmon (f) (Source International Genealogical Index).
1800 ONTARIO, CANADA
(6)-Margaret Gounon also Gournon (Grenon) born 1800-1801 Ontario daughter Joseph Gounon and # Nowananikkwee; married about 1830 Alexis Bonami Lesperance (L'Esperance alias Magnon) born 1797 Quebec son Pierre Lesperance (L'Esperance alias Magnon), living about 1833 to 1870 St. Boniface, Red River. (MB-7-4), # Possible sister of Joseph Gourneau b-about 1790, source Gail/Morin/Michael K. Keplin.
Louis Gagnon is on 1802 property tax list for Detroit
1803 NORTH WEST
Isabel Gaurneau born 1803, Metis married Joseph Delorme born 1822 (ID #1108)
1804 MICHILIMACKINAC, MICHIGAN
(IV)-Francois Grignon son (III)-Joseph Grignon born 1730 and d'Amable (Daunais) Fremine?; married July 16, 1804 Machilimackinac, Michigan a Marie Angelique Gravelle daughter Joseph Gravelle and Josephe Raisin.
ONE CHILD IS RECORDED:
(V)-Marie Archange Grignon born April 1803 baptized July 14, 1804 Fort Michilimackinac, Michigan
1807 MICHILIMACKINAC, MICHIGAN
Tou-Paint Gareau, June 10, 1807 is engaged by Auglistin Grignion at
600 livers to winter south of Michilimacke. See Toufsaint Gauvneau
or Garneau carrier living 1816 St. Elizabeth Street, Montreal H1758
1807 MICHILIMACKE, MICHIGAN
Pierre Giroux June 30, 1807 was engaged by Robert Dickson for 550 liver
to winter at Nipey.
1807 MICHILIMACKE, MICHIGAN
Pierre Giroux hired by Robert Dickson & Company June 30, 1807 to winter on the Mississippi River for 550L.
1809 LAPOINTE, WISCONSIN
Louis Gurnoe (Gournon, Gornow and Gurnoe) is born 1790, Wisconsin died October 21, 1863 Sault Ste Marie, Michigan, son of Gaunaux and Se Gaunaux So Way Guay (Quay); Isabelle Cota in 1890 claims death 1865.
Married country style about 1809, likely La Pointe, Wisconsin, Angelique Defoe, 2nd marriage 1820 Archange Cadotte, according to Isabelle Cota in 1890. John Gurnoe, son Louis and representative of Louis Gurnoe by Archange Cadotte claims his branch of the family is the only legitimate children. The Gurnoe family was represented by E.S.B. Sutton, C.C. Yerkes and M.J. Doyle and the Cotal branch by J.W. McMahon, in Circuit court, July 5, 1890; Decision reserved. (see 1815) My research strongly suggests their was two marriages for Louis Gurnoe, the who, where and when maybe in question but not the fact he was twice married. Louis was censured by the Ojibwa in 1836 likely for abandoning his first wife and family.
FOUR CHILDREN ARE RECORDED:
Isabella Gurnoe Cotal, b-1815 ?
Louis Gurnoe, b-1815-1816 ?
Joseph Gurnoe, b-1812 ?
Ogetub Gurneau, b-1810 married about 1828, Nesaid (Gurneau, Gourneau) Dejordon, Red Lake, Minnesota child of Dejordon and Indian Squaw
1811 PEMBINA, NORTH WEST
(6)-Joseph Garneau Sr. also Gournon born about 1795 Red Lake, Minnesota son of (5)-Monsieur Garneau and Se Gaunaux So-Way-Guay;
Married about 1811 Red Lake, Minnesota a Delondie. They
are of the clan from Red Lake Area that eventually move to Pembina then
on to Turtle Mountain, North Dakota. The name changed at Turtle Mountain
This clan is related to the Lake Superior clan based on testimony of Joseph D. Gurnoe (1812-1910) during 1854 treaty. Source is census, July 29, 1871, Pembina and, October 1, 1892, Turtle Mountain, North Dakota. (MB7-4) Two Joseph Gurnoe's are listed in 1839, age 43 and 23 in the list of Mixed blood Chippewa of Lake Superior, claimant for payment according to the Treaty of 1837.
FOUR CHILDREN ARE RECORDED:
(7)-Kuisnpau (Joseph) Garneau born 1811, died October 7, 1888 married about 1831 Girienen Albert. Married about 1847 Genevieve Parisen. Could also be the son of (5)-Monsieur Garneau ? Two Joseph Gurnoe's are listed in 1839, age 43 and 23 in the list of Mixed blood Chippewa of Lake Superior, claimant for payment according to the Treaty of 1837.
(7)-Isabel Garneau died before 1871 married a Delondie
(7)-Margaret Garneau married a Kiplin
(7)-Josephus (Joseph) Gournon born 1817 married 1840 La Pointe, Wisconsin a Caroline LaGarde born 1824 baptised July 15, 1840 La Pointe, Wisconsin daughter Jean Baptiste LaGarde and Ichkwedjigan, the couple lives La Pointe. Source St. Joseph Mission records, census records and script records.
Peter Garneau born 1811 Quebec living Tiny, Simco North, Hamilton, Ontario 1871 census P70, C9963 RG31
Michael Garneau born 1811 Quebec living Peterborough, Ontario 1871 census P70, C9988 RG31
1812 RED RIVER, NORTH WEST
Joseph Gagnon Jr. Metis, born 1814 (1812 to 1815) North West son Joseph Gagnon Sr. born 1776 to 1778 Canada, census 1831-1838 & 1850, Red River North West, probable son Joseph Gagnon living Rue Vallier, Quebec 1768-1769 as listed by the Inspector of Chimmenys (H-1758); married about 1834 Red River Marie Pelletier b-1815 Red River.
1813 RED RIVER, NORTH WEST
Marie Louise Garneau, Metis, born about 1813, daughter of a North West Company man married about 1833 Red River Jean Marie Boucher born 1801 Berthier, Quebec died December 16, 1870. (Source Charles D. Denney papers) HBC records say Jean Marie Boucher (Bouche), Metis, (1797-1870) employed HBC (1820-1821), employed HBC (1821-1836) 1st marriage before 1832 York Factory' 2nd marriage about 1832 York Factory, Catherine Mincey (Mincey), Metis, (1814-1869) However Boucher was employed York Factory (1828-1832) as a carpenter and laborer and not likely to travel to Red River during this period. In 1825 he deserted and was caught. It is not likely he married Garneau until 1836 or later. see Metis section 1832
1813 LAPOINTE, WISCONSIN
Isabella Gournon born 1813 Fond du Lac married September 9, 1835 St.
Joseph Mission, Lapointe, Wisconsin Henricus (Henry) Cotte born 1813 Fond