ALLARY/ ALLERIE/ ALARY/ ALARIE/ ALAIRE/ HALARY/ HONORÉ/ HENRY/ EMRY

Untangling historical threads to find family ties.


Various early ALLARYs, attachments unidentified:

ALLERY, Jean Baptiste [Lt.]. Described 1796 as one of the ‘ancient inhabitants’ of the village of Prairie du Pont, St. Clair Co. IL.; Company of Militia, Cahokia, St. Clair Co. IL 1790–1797.

ALLERYClement. Company of Militia, Cahokia, St. Clair Co. IL 1790–1797. 

ALLARY, Francois. NWC voyageur 1804 Lake Winnipeg [MB].

ALLARY, Michel ‘Sr.’ HBC servant 1820-1823, Athabasca District and Edmonton, Saskatchewan District.

ALLARY, Michel ‘Jr.’ HBC servant 1818-1822, Peace River and Athabasca Districts.


Tentative Sorting of Various Family Lines:

1. ALLARY.

– sp. Charlotte.

2. ALLARY, Marie. Born in 1801/ 1805; married before 1821/ 1824 St. Boniface, Red River; 13 children.

– sp. HAMELIN, Jacques ‘Bonhomme’. Born 15 January 1797 North-West to Jacques HAMELIN/ EMLYN and Angèlique TOURENGEAU; enumerated 1831, 1832, 1835, 1840, 1843 Red River Census; died 27 October 1856 Pembina, Dakota Territory U.S.; buried 28 October 1856 Assumption, Pembina, Dakota Territory U.S.

3. HAMELIN, Joseph.  Born 1821l died before 1882.

3. HAMELIN, Marie. Born c. 1823; died 1833.

3. HAMELIN, Louise. Born 1825.

3. HAMELIN, Louis. Born 1828.

3. HAMELIN, Elizabeth. Born 1833.

3. HAMELIN, Charles. Born 1836l died 1870.

3. HAMELIN, Isabelle. Born 1828/ 1838.

3. HAMELIN, Madeleine. Born 1840.

3. HAMELIN, Gaspard. Born c. 1831/ 1841.

3. HAMELIN, Moise. Born before 1837?

3. HAMELIN, Marie Emily. Born 1843.

3. HAMELIN, Jacques. Born 1844.

3. HAMELIN, Euphrosine. Born 1848.

3. HAMELIN, Marie.

3. HAMELIN, Severe. Born 1852.


1. ALLARY, Susanne.

– sp. MARTIN, Francois. Born 1770; previously 1st married Louise and had children.

2. MARTIN, Julie. Born 1809/ 1815 Fort Pelly; married c. 1828 St. Boniface, Red River; baptized 13 February 1851 St. Francois Xavier, Red River; formally married 13 February 1851 St. Francois Xavier, Red River; widowed; scrip affidavit; 12 children; died St. Francois Xavier MB.

– sp. LEMIRE, Joseph. Born c. 1803/ 1807 North-West to Pierre LEMIRE and Marie SALVOIS ‘Blackfoot’; died before 1867 St. Francois Xavier, Red River.

3. LEMIRE, Jean Baptiste. Born 6 March 1829 St. Francois Xavier, Red River; married c. 1854 Ste. Anne’s, Red River.

– sp. BERARD, Marie. Born May 1830 Red River to Pierre Berard/ BERRIAULT ‘Sr.’ and Marie FORTIN.

3. LEMIRE, Pierre/ Pierriche. Born 1830 Fort Pelly; married 12 February 1858 St. Francois Xavier, Red River.

– sp. PELLETIER, Therese. Born 14 October 1833 St. Francois Xavier, Red River, to Charles PELLETIER and Suzanne BERCIER; baptized 15 October 1833 St. Francois Xavier, Red River; 8 children.

3. LEMIRE, Joseph ‘Jr.’ Born February 1833 St, Francois Xavier, Red River; baptized 3 August St. Francois Xavier, Red River; 1st married 4 February 1861 St. Francois Xavier, Red River; 2d married 25 August 1868 St. Francois Xavier, Red River.

– sp. LEPINE, Susanne. Born 27 November 1840 St. Francois Xavier, Red River, to Jean Baptiste LEPINE ‘Sr.’ and Suzanne GARIEPY; baptized 29 November 1840 St, Francois Xavier, Red River; 3 children; died 2 October 1867 St. Francois Xavier, Red River; buried 4 October 1867 St. Francois Xavier, Red River.

– sp. BOYER, Clemence. Born 1850 Brandon House to Louis BOYER and Madeleine TROTTIER ‘Iroquois’; 4 children.

3. LEMIRE, Cuthbert. Born 24 July 1835 St. Francois Xavier, Red River; baptized 26 July 1835 St. Francois Xavier, Red River; died 3 June 1852 St. Francois Xavier, Red River; buried 4 June 1852 St. Francois Xavier, Red River.

3. LEMIRE, Eliza. Born c. 1837 St. Francois Xavier, Red River.

3. LEMIRE, Julie. Born 30 January 1840 White Horse Plain; married 21 September 1857 St, Francois Xavier, Red River; 6 children; died Glasgow MT.

– sp. ROCHBRUNE dit LAROCQUE, Jean Baptiste. Born 3 February 1835 to Olivier Charles ROQUEBRUNE/ LAROCQUE and Magdeleine/ Madeleine PICHE.

3. LEMIRE, Alexandre. Born c. 1842 St. Francois Xavier, Red River.

3. LEMIRE, Francois. Born 1844 St. Francois Xavier, Red River; married 3 September 1867 St. Francois Xavier, Red River.

– sp. BIRSTON, Francoise. Born 1850 St. Francois Xavier, Red River, to William Gaddy BIRSTON and Madeline GONNEVILLE; 12 children.

3. LEMIRE, Euphrasine. Born 1846 ‘on the Plains’, North-West; married 27 August 1867 St. Francois Xavier, Red River.

– sp. CARDINAL, Joseph ‘Sisawapas’. Born c. 1844 White Fish Lake [AB] to Alexander Michel ‘Se-sa-wapas’ CARDINAL and Suzanne DECOYNE/ DECOINE/ DECOIN.

3. LEMIRE, Daniel ‘Xavier’. Born 1851 Red River; married 1 August 1871 Lebret Mission [SK].

– sp. BIRSTON, Clemence. Born c. 1849 St. Francois Xavier, Red River, to William Gaddy BIRSTON and Madeline GONNEVILLE; 8 children.

3. LEMIRE, Marie. Born c. 1855 St. Francois Xavier, Red River.

3. LEMIRE, William. Born 1859 North-West; married 8 March 1886 Lebret Mission [SK].

– sp. DESJARLAIS, Madeleine. Born October 1869 Petite Fouche, Long Lake, to Emmanuel DESJARLAIS and Josephte ‘Jossette’ TROTTIER; baptized 11 April 1870 Lebret Mission [SK].


1. HENRY, John. Born to Alexander HENRY (died 1744) and Elizabeth; brother to James HENRY, Alexander HENRY, William HENRY, and Robert HENRY; died 9 November 1766.

– sp. Jane. Died 20 July 1778.

2. HENRY/ ALLERY, Alexander ‘the Elder’. Born c. August 1739 New Brunswick, Middlesex Co. NJ; uncle to Alexander Henry ‘the Younger; apparently 1st married c. 1761–1762/ 1763 and resided with wife’s family for one year; 2d married before 1776?; c. 1771–1778 captured, incarcerated, and attempted to sell a fugitive NY slave named Ireland; 3d married 1785 Christ Church Montreal [Anglican]; precise number of children and identities of actual mothers (as opposed to stepmothers/ adoptive mothers) unknown; c. 1787 sold out his interest in trade to the North West Company, becoming a ‘dormant partner’; 1792 entered agreement with McTavish, Frobisher and Company re the China trade; 1796 sold his trade interest to William HALLOWELL; died 4 April 1824 Montreal QC.

– sp. Unidentified woman/ Chopin. Possibly sister to Ojibwa chief, Wawatam, of Michilimackinac; but possibly Chopin, allegedly ‘purchased as a slave’ just before her son—reputedly fathered by a voyageur named LA MOTHE—was baptized 1763 as ‘Joseph’; refused to be baptized with son, because she was Catholic.

3. HENRY/ ALLERY, Robert. Born pays en haut, sometimes referred to as ‘natural son’ to Alexander HENRY ‘by an Indian woman’; taken to Montreal by 1776, perhaps with his mother [Chopin?]; reputedly baptized Christ Church Montreal [no record cited]; ‘early death’ c. 1812 [possibly during American attack on Kingston Harbour?] as naval midshipman in West Indies; death confirmed by 1815.

?- sp. Unidentified woman/ Mary. Possibly 2d married (or sister was) c. 1776 to Donald McTAVISH.

3. HENRY/ ALLERY, William. Likely born in the pays en haut; apparently taken by his father c. 1776/ 1779 to Montreal; reputedly baptized Christ Church, Montreal c. 1784 [no record cited]; joined NWC; stationed as clerk 1801–1809 North-West [MB]; married c. 1806; in charge Cumberland House 1810; established post, ‘Henry’s House’, 1811 at junction of Miette River and Athabasca River, facing Yellowhead Pass; perhaps having ‘gone to the South Sea’ around the Horn, sent to Fort George, Astoria, on the Pacific coast; separated; apparently attempt to be ‘married’ c. 1813 Fort George, Astoria [OR], thwarted c. 1814 by his ‘uncle’/ step-father NWC Governor Donald McTAVISH; c. 1815–1816 in charge of post at Willamette River; returned 1817 Fort William, Lake Superior; sent to Lesser Slave Lake; returned 1821 Montreal; 3d married; became surveyor and civil engineer; moved 1848 to Newmarket, Upper Canada [ON]; photographed 1855; died 1864 Newmarket, Upper Canada.

– sp. LETENDRE, Agathe. Born c. 1790 to Jean Baptiste LETENDRE dit BATOCHE/ Okimawaskawikinam and Josephte ‘Cree’; 1st married Joseph PAGE 1828; 3d married Willard Ferdinand WENTZELL; widowed 1832; died c. 1846 St. Boniface, Red River.

4. HENRY/ ALLARY, Norman. Died 1845.

4. HENRY, William. ‘Nothing is known’

4. HENRY/ HONORE/ ALLARY, Alexis. Born 1812 North-West; baptized 6 April 1833 St. Boniface, Red River; 1st married 26 October/ November 1833 St. Boniface, Red River; died 1864–1868 Pembina [ND]; remains returned to Red River and buried 29 October 1868 St. Norbert MB next to 1st wife.

– sp. LYONNAIS dit DUNAIS Marie. Born 1819 Red River, to Francois LYONNAIS/ DELAUNEY/ DAUNAIS and Louise ‘Ojibwa’/ ‘Sauteuse’;  7 or 12 children; died 27 February 1861 St. Boniface/ St. Norbert, Red River; buried 28 February 1861 St. Norbert, Red River; buried 18/28 February 1861 St. Norbert, Red River.

?5. HENRY/ HONORE/ ALLARY, Marie. Born 1833.

5. HENRY/ HONORÉ, Alexis. Born 1833–1837 St. Boniface, Red River; scrip affidavit 1876 Ste. Agathe MB; resided 1876 Ste. Agathe MB.

?- sp. St. DENIS, Rosalie. Born fall 1854 Baie St. Paul, Red River, to Francois St. DENIS and Therese MARTIN; resided St. Francois Xavier [MB]; scrip affidavit 1877; resided 1877 St. Norbert MB.

6. HENRY/ HONORÉ/ ALLARY, Elise. Born 1871 Qu’Appelle [SK]; scrip certificate.

?- sp. KLYNE.

5. HENRY/ HONORE, Pierre. Born c. 1838/ January 1845 St. Boniface, Red River; scrip affidavit 1875; farmer 1875 with wife and family St. Norbert MB.

– sp.

?5. HENRY/ HONORE, Marguerite. Born c. 1841.

 ?5. HENRY/ HONORE, Angelica. Born c. 1843.

5. HENRY/ HONORE/ ALLARY, Maurice. Born 1843/ 8 January 1847 St. Norbert, Red River; resided St. Norbert MB 1870 with wife and family; scrip affidavit 1875; farmer 1875 St. Norbert MB; 2d married 18 February 1884 St. Antoine de Padoue, Batoche [SK]; died 1 April 1934 Prince Albert SK.

– sp. VANDALL, Isabelle. died 1882.

6. HENRY, Marie Virginie. Born July 1879 Qu’Appelle; died c. July 1879.

– sp. ROSS, Blandine ‘Blanche’. Born 18 September 1857 St. Francois Xavier, Red River, to Donald Daniel ROSS and Catherine DELORME; baptized 20 September 1857 St. Francois Xavier, Red River; 1st married Joseph CHABOT Jr.; died Prince Albert SK.

6. HENRY, Alexandre. Born 5 October 1892 Batoche [SK]; baptized 23 October 1894 St. Antoine de Padoue, Batoche [SK]

6. HENRY, Marie Mathilda. Born 5 October 1892 Batoche [SK]; baptized 23 October 1894 St. Antoine de Padoue, Batoche [SK]; married 1907 Dana SK; died Prince Albert SK.

– sp. FIDLER, Joseph Leonard. Born 22 October 1886 Fort Carlton [SK] to John William FIDLER and Julienne DELORME; died 6 July 1981 Prince Albert [SK]; buried 9 July 1981 South Hill, Prince Albert SK.

?5. ALLARY/ HENRY/ HENRI [HOURI?], Matilda. Born c. 1845/ July 1847/ 1850 St. Boniface Red River; scrip affidavit 1875; resided 1875 St. Charles MB.

– sp. VILLENEUVE, Isidore. voyageur 1875.

?5. HENRY, Euphrosine/ Alphonsine. Born 1851.

5. HENRY/ ALLARY/ DAUNAIS, Veronique. Born 15 April 1852; resided 1870 St. Norbert MB; scrip affidavit 1875; resided St. Norbert MB 1875.

– sp. FROBISHER, Thomas ‘Jr.’ farmer 1875 St. Norbert MB.

?5. HENRY, Sara. Born 1853.

5. HENRY, Jerome Hector. Born c. 1855/ 26 October 1856 St. Norbert, Red River; married 14 September 1880 St. Norbert MB.

– sp. VERMETTE, Marie Rose. Born 7 October 1865 St. Norbert, Red River, to Joseph VERMETTE [III] and Marguerite Josephine CYR/ SAYER.

6. HENRY, Catherine. Born c. 1884 St. Norbert MB; married c. 1902.

– sp. GRANT, William. Born c. 1882.

?5. HENRY Norbert. Born 1860.

4. HENRY/ HILLARY, Nancy. Born 1816/ 1831.

4. HENRY/ ALLERY dit DONEY/ DAUNAIS, Joséphte/ Susan/ Katana Kamikets. Born 1820.

4. HENRY/ HONORÉ/ ALLARY, John. Born 17 June 1823; scrip affidavit [no image online].

?- sp. PARISIEN, Josephte.

5. HENRY, John ‘Jr.’ Born 7 April 1851; scrip affidavit 1875; farm labourer 1891; resided western edge Fort Rouge; two cows and two horses; hired out self and team; census 1901 owned house, stable, three lots; no recorded land ownership 1902 Winnipeg assessment role.

– sp. VANDAL, Melanie ‘Minnie’. 12 children; widowed; 2d married Fidime GAGNON (born QC); combined family resided 1916, 1921 Fleet Ave. Winnipeg MB.

6. HENRY, Mary Cora. Resided 1920s Fleet Avenue Winnipeg MB; resided 1930s next door to sister Mathilda.

– sp. ARCAND, Joseph.

6. HENRY, Mathilda. resided 1916 at 1019 Dudley Ave. Winnipeg MB; resided 1921 near Dudley Ave. and Rockwood Str. Winnipeg MB; resided Dudley Avenue to 1940; among last residents of ‘Rooster Town’ Winnipeg MB.

– sp. CONWAY, Patrick. Métis labourer; died 1921.

6. HENRY, Marie Josephine. married 1923 to husband 36 years older; resided 1930s at 1147 Weatherdon Ave. Winnipeg MB.

– sp. PARISIEN, Edward. Labourer; resided St. Norbert MB; previously 1st married; resided c. 1914 south Fort Rouge; resided 1921 at Lorette Ave. and Rockwood Str. Winnipeg MB.

6. HENRY, Marie Julienne ‘Julia’. Born 3 October 1881 St. Norbert MB; married 10 January 1901 St. Boniface MB; resided south Fort Rouge MB.

– sp. HOGUE/ HOGG, Pierre/ Peter. Born 1877/ 24 July 1881 St. Charles MB to Amable HOGUE and Betsy MORRISETTE [afterwards DEGAGNÉ];  farm labourer; active in Liberal Party, hosting political meetings at home; worked as labourer and farmed at the end of Mulvey Ave.; volunteer military service 1915, declared himself unmarried with Isabella SAVAGE as next of kin.

7. HOGG, Mark.

7. HOGG, James.

5. HENRY, Xavier. Born 12 October 1853; resided St. Norbert 1870; scrip affidavit 1875; labourer, resided 1875 St Norbert MB.

5. HENRY, Moise. Born 12 February 1856 St. Norbert MB; scrip affidavit 1875; labourer, resided St. Norbert 1875.

– sp. ‘Mrs. CLAPP’. Previously married to Benjamin CLAPP; possibly afterwards married Donald McTAVISH.

– sp. FELTON, Charlotte. Sister of John FELTON (signal midshipman, flagship Victory, Battle of Trafalgar)

4. HENRY, Charles. Born 1832 Montreal; age 13 ran away to sea on merchant vessel; age 15 joined whaler Catherine for 4 years; wrecked at Hawaii, made land, allowed to stay by tribal council, married;  boarded a vessel at harbour and sailed; joined American navy; in service during Mexican War; paid off 1857 (but no pension); travelled overland to Fort Snelling and worked as mule wagon driver; returned to Upper Canada 1862; resided to 1897 Barrie, Lake Simcoe ON; died June 1897 ‘in reduced circumstances’.

4. HENRY, Julia. Born 30 November 1828; ‘only daughter’; married 1858; died 13 February 1917; buried Prospect Cemetery, Toronto ON.

– sp. MURRAY, B.W. Born Scotland; arrived Canada c. 1857; resided West York; worked Bank of British North America; worked Commerial Bank; resided 1860–1872 U.S.; Accountant 1876 Court of Chancery Toronto ON; died 1 November 1921; buried Prospect Cemetery, Toronto ON.

– sp. CALCUTT-KITTSON/ -KETSON, Julia. Born Ireland; widow 1779 of John George KITTSON; two children from 1st marriage [see BETHUNE page]; possibly met Alexander HENRY ‘the Elder’ as early as 1776 Dublin; apparently met HENRY  ‘the Elder’ 1778–1779 Dublin; rumoured as Alexander HENRY’s ‘second wife and not the mother of his children’.

3. HENRY/ ALLARY, John. Born c. 1779/ 1786; reputedly baptized Christ Church, Montreal [no record cited]; reportedly died as an infant c. 1787; but, suggested [by Anatol Scott] to have experienced undescribed ‘unpleasant events’ that occurred ‘later in life’—possibly referring to the 1809 scandal (implying this John Henry)?

3. HENRY/ ALLERY, Julia. Born 22 October 1780; baptized 28  October 1780 Christ Church, Montreal QC; never married.

3. HENRY/ ALLERY, Alexander. Born c. 1781–1785; reputedly baptized Christ Church Montreal [no record cited]; entered fur trade after brother William; killed (with women and children) in conflict with First Nations c. 1813 Fort Nelson, Liard River, Mackenzie River Department.

?- sp. Unidentified woman. Killed with husband and children c. 1813 Fort Nelson, Liard River, Mackenzie River Department.

2. HENRY, John. Died 1803.

– sp. MONTIETH, Mary.

3. HENRY, John.

3. HENRY, Alexander ‘the Younger’. Born 1765?; 2d married 1802; drowned 22 May 1814 Columbia River off Fort George [Astoria OR]

– sp. Unidentified woman (Indigenous).

4. HENRY, John Alexander. Born 18 April 1795 Lake Winnipeg.

4. HENRY, George. Born 11 December 1796 Michipicoten.

4. HENRY, Robert. Born 22 July 1798 Michipicoten.

– sp. Madeleine (a Saulteaux woman). Born to ‘The Buffalo’ and an unidentified woman.

4. HENRY, Elizabeth.

4. HENRY dit ALLERY/ HONORE, Julie. Born 1807l resided 1870 St. Francois Xavier, Red River; scrip affidavit 1875; resided 1875 St. Francois Xavier MB.

– sp. BERARD dit LEPINE, Jean Baptiste. Born 9 January 1792, St. Jacques, L’Achigan QC, to Joseph LEPINE and Marie Anne ‘Angelique’ PETERIN/ PELLERIN; settled 1822 Grantown [St. Francois Xavier], Red River; HBC career; farmer; scrip affidavit 1875;  died 15 April 1876 St. Francois Xavier MB.

5. LEPINE, [Children]. See LÉPINE page.

4. HENRY, Ann.

4. HENRY, William.

3. HENRY, James.

3. HENRY, Robert. Born 1778?; ‘adopted’ by Henry ‘the Elder’; married 1817; wintering partner of the North West Company; director of the Commercial Bank, Midland District, Cobourg [ON]; died 1859.

– sp. BETHUNE, Christine. Born 1787 to Rev. John BETHUNE and Véronique WADDIN/ WADDENS (born to Jean-Étienne WADDENS and Marie Josephe De GUIRE); previously married to John Low FARRAND of Cornwall [ON]; moved to Cobourg [ON]; died 1865. [See also BETHUNE page]

3. HENRY, William.

3. HENRY, George.

3. HENRY, Samuel.

3. HENRY, Walter Monteith.

2. HENRY, William.


1. HENRY, Robert. of Albany NY (source; source; source).

– sp. VERNOR, Elizabeth.

2. HENRY, Martha. Born 1777; not ‘natural daughter’ of Alexander HENRY—but perhaps his niece?; married 1792 Albany NY; cited in court case regarding VERNOR inheritance 1837; died 1 January 1849 Montreal QC.

– sp. HALLOWELL, William. Born England/ Pennysylvania; brother of James HALLOWELL (1748?-1830); from 1787 brother James HALLOWELL associated with McTavish, Frobisher and Company; 1792 brother James HALLOWELL associated with the North West Company as a principal member of McTavish, Frobisher and Company, which held 16 NWC shares and handled all the Montreal business (the other members of the firm at that time being Simon McTavish, Joseph Frobisher, and John Gregory); in New York 1794 William HALLOWELL met with John Jacob ASTOR re cooperating in the China trade (which arrangement did not materialize); bought out 1796 Alexander HENRY the Elder’s interest in the China trade; from 1802–1804 a principal member of McTavish, Frobisher and Company (with 4 others–the firm held a separate name to 1814 and still existed when the 1821 union with the HBC took place); a member 1803 of Scotch Presbyterian Church, St. Gabriel Street, Montreal, and although ‘an Englishman and an Episcopalian,’ he gave £2 annually for 3 years, then increased it to £4 annually to 1811, and contributed £10 in 1810 to remove church debt; 1805 obtained deed of land from the Sisters of the Hotel Dieu; had Hallowell House built 1806 on land ‘leased’ from the Sisters of the Hotel Dieu; worked as bookeeper 1829 Montreal Bank; appointed 1822 as JP but never acted; rumoured insolvency and fitness for JP position discussed February 1829 House of Assembly, Lower Canada; died c. 1838/ 1839.

3. HALLOWELL, James. ‘eldest son’; baptized Christ Church, Montreal 4 November 1796; member of the Montreal Bar.

3. HALLOWELL, Robert. Born c. 1801 Montreal; property in the County of Sherbrooke from 1834 to 1859 with deeds pertaining to Robert HALLOWELL, William B. FELTON and the British American Land Company.

3. HALLOWELL, Elizabeth ‘Eliza’. ‘eldest daughter’; married 27 August 1816 Montreal;

– sp. BETHUNE, John Wadden. Born to Rev. Doctor John Bethune and Véronique WADDIN/ WADDENS (born to Jean-Étienne WADDENS and Marie Josephe De GUIRE). [See BETHUNE page]


1. ALLARIE, Louis Joseph ‘Sr’. Born 17 September 1757 Trois Rivieres, St. Maurice QC to Louis Joseph ALARY and Elisabeth Marie Louise GLADU [or born to Pierre ALARY and Marie LEMAY?]; married 23 January 1787 Pointe du Lac QC; died 23 November 1821 Pointe Du Lac, St Maurice QC.

  – sp. AMABLE DUPONT, Marie?; or CHALUT, Marie Louise who had son Michel b. 1774?; or DESJARLAIS, Marie Marguerite?

2. HONORE dit ALLARY, Marie Catherine/ ‘Suzanne’. Born 1787/ 1788 North-West; with husband 2 November 1819 Lac la Biche during measles outbreak; baptized 2 children 13 July 1825 St. Boniface, Red River; with husband 1865 St. Florent, shore of Lac Qu’Appelle [Lebret SK]; died 17 Jan 1878 in Lebret SK.

 – sp. DESJARLAIS, Antoine. Born c. 1796 to Joseph DESJARLAIS and Okimaskwew; brother of Baptiste ‘Nishecabo’ DESJARLAIS, Thomas DESJARLAIS, and Marcel DESJARLAIS; half-brother to Ojibway trading captain/ chief Tullibee; previously 1st married to Napitch, a Cree woman; interpreter 1819 HBC Lac la Biche; at Red River 1821; HBC en drouin trader 1856–1859 wintering Moose Mountains for Fort Ellice; 3d married Josephte PELLETIER?

3. DESJARLAIS, Marie. Born April 1817 North-West; resided Baie St. Paul 1870; scrip affidavit 1875; resided 1875 Baie St. Paul MB.

– sp. De MONTIGNY, Charles. farmer 1875.

3. DESJARLAIS, Michel. Born July 1819 ‘St. Francois Xavier’, Red River; resided ‘in my own house’ 1870 St. Francois Xavier MB; scrip affidavit 1880 St. Francois Xavier MB; occupation voyageur 1880; died 25 April 1906 Lebret, SK.

– sp. BONNEAU, Julie. Born c. 1818 St. Francois Xavier, Red River, to François BONNEAU and Mary FAVEL; married St. Francois Xavier, Red River; died 18 July 1898 Lebret [SK].

4. DESJARLAIS, Michel. Born 1853 to Antoine DESJARLAIS and Suzanne ‘Catherine’ ALLARY.

4. DESJARLAIS, La Rose. Born 1855.

4. DESJARLAIS, Hubert/ Rupert. Born 1859.

4. DESJARLAIS, Catherine. Born 1860; died 1860.

4. DESJARLAIS, Marie. Born 1861.

4. DESJARLAIS, Elizabeth. Born 1864.

4. DESJARLAIS, Stanislaus. Born 1867.

3. DESJARLAIS, Francois. Born 2 January 1820.

3. DESJARLAIS, Louise. Born 12 November 1823/ 1826 Le Pas [MB]; married 1843 St. Francois Xavier, Red River; widowed; resided 1870 at ‘settlement along the Saskatchewan’; took treaty with the Kitowayaw Band, Musky Lake Reserve; scrip affidavit 1886 St. Laurent [SK]; resided 1886 Batoche area ‘for past 16 years’; withdrew 1886 from treaty; 10 children.

– sp. LEDOUX, Eusèbe.

4. LEDOUX, Alexandre.

4. LEDOUX, La Louise. Born 1844.

4. LEDOUX, David.

4. LEDOUX, Hélène. Born 1850.

4. LEDOUX, Pierre. Born 1861.

4. LEDOUX, Francois.

4. LEDOUX, Basil.

4. LEDOUX, Napoleon.

4. LEDOUX, Catherine. Born 1865; died 1886.

4. LEDOUX, Albert.

3. DESJARLAIS, Francoise. Born 1826 North-West; married spring 1850 St. Boniface MB; resided North-West, occaissionally MB; scrip declaration 1885; 11 children.

– sp. BLONDEAU, Simon.

4. BLONDEAU, John. Born c. 1851.

4. BLONDEAU, Simon. Born c. 1853.

4. BLONDEAU, Louison. Born c. 1855.

4. BLONDEAU, [unamed infant]. Born and died 1857.

4. BLONDEAU, Zacharia. Born c. 1858.

4. BLONDEAU, Napoleon. Born c. 1862.

4. BLONDEAU, Francoise. Born c. 1864.

4. BLONDEAU, Melanie. Born 9 April 1864 [1866?].

4. BLONDEAU, Ambroise. Born 29 February 1868 [twin].

4. BLONDEAU, St. Pierrre. Born 29 February 1868.

4. BLONDEAU, Joseph. Born February 1871.

3. DESJARLAIS, Isabelle. Born 1830 Red River; resided North-West from 1865; scrip declaration 1885 Fort Qu’Appelle [SK].

3. DESJARLAIS, Baptiste. Born c. 1836 Lake Manitobah [MB]; resided Baie St. Paul; scrip affidavit 1877; resided 1877 Lac Qu’Apelle; settled and patented SW¼ 3-21-13 W2, 139 42/100 acres; surveyed 1882.

2. ALLARY, Louison/ Louis Joseph ‘Jr’. Born 25 December 1791; died before 10 September 1849/ March 1875 Pointe-Du-Lac, St-Maurice, QC. [possibly 2 individuals conflated]

  – sp. DESJARLAIS, Marie Marguerite.

3. ALLARY/ HONORÉ, Catherine. Born 1825 North-West; 1870 at St. Laurent MB; scrip affidavit 1875 St. Laurent MB; 2 children.

– sp. CHARRON DUCHARME, Jean Baptiste. Born 1826 North-West; farmer 1870 St. Laurent MB; 2d married Madeleine HOULE?

?4. DUCHARME, Jean Baptiste. Born 1826.

?4. DUCHARME, Marie Anne. Born 1861.

3. ALLARY/ HONORE, Francois/ Francis ‘Pin-dar-nash’. Born 25/ 28 December 1828 North-West; hunter; resided summer 1870 Baie St. Paul; scrip affidavit 1877; plains hunter 1877 formerly of Baie St. Paul.

– sp. MALATERRE, Charlotte. Born 1828/ 30 September 1832 St. Francois Xavier, Red River, to Joseph MALATERRE and Angelique ADAM; resided Baie St. Paul 1870; scrip affidavit 1877; formerly of Baie St. Paul 1877.

?4. MALATERRE, Eliza. Born 1851.

?- sp. BRUYERE, Jeremie.

?4. ALLARY, Marie Louise. Born 1856.

?- sp. BRUYERE, Jeremie.

4. ALLARY, Elise. Born 1 April 1861 St. Francois Xavier, Red River; baptized 26 May 1861 St. Francois Xavier, Red River; married 17 August 1875 Lebret Mission [SK]

 – sp. MANZINI, Martin. Born c. 1849, Red River, to John MONZENIE and Sally SANDISON; previously 1st married Helene GARIEPY; resided Cypress Hills; resided c. 1858–1873 near Killarny, Pelican Lake, Turtle Mountain; resided 1873–1901 St. Rose du Lac.

5. MANZINI, Francois. Born March 1876 Cypress Hills; married 1899; scrip claim 1901; resided 1901 St. Rose du Lac.

– sp. LOCQUIT, Catherine.

5. MANZINI, John. Born 3 August 1877 Wood Mountain; scrip claim 1901; resided 1901 St. Rose du Lac.

– sp. DUPHINAIS, Clothilde.

5. MANZINI, Marie. Born 1878 on the prairie; married c. 1893; scrip claim 1901.

– sp. COOK, Peter.

5. MANZINI, Joseph. Born 1880 Pelican Lake, Turtle Mountain MB.

5. MANZINI, Mary Jane. Born 1881 Plait Coté, near Pelican Lake, Turtle Mountain; resided 1901 St. Rose du Lac.

5. MANZINI, Patrick. Born spring 1882 Turtle Mountain MB; scrip claim 1901; resided 1901 St. Rose du Lac.

5. MANZINI, George Charles. Born 1885 Pelican Lake, Turtle Mountain MB; baptized St. John ND.

4. ALLARY/ ALLARD, Michel. Born 1876 Cypress Hills; scrip certificate [not online].

3. ALLARY, Jean Baptiste. Born 26 December 1840 Baie St. Paul; resided Baie St. Paul 1870; scrip affidavit 1876; resided 1876 Baie St. Paul.

3. ALLARY, Antoine. Born October 1840; resided 1870 Baie St. Paul; scrip affidavit 1877; farmer Baie St. Paul 1877; separated by 1877?

– sp. LAROCQUE, Julie. Born c. July 1838 Baie St. Paul to Charles LAROCQUE and Madeleine PICHE; scrip affidavit 1877 of Baie St. Paul, at Lac Qu’Appelle; resided Fort Ellice.

4. ALLARY/ HENRY, Olivier.

– sp. DESCOUREAUX/ DUCHARME, May Rose.

5. HENRY, Prosper. Born Dunseith, ND.

  – sp. POITRAS, Clara. Born Belcourt, ND.

4. ALLARY, Norbert. Born 8 February 1860 Baie St. Paul, Red River; scrip affidavit 1877; formerly of Baie St. Paul.

?4. ALLARY/ ALLARIE, Marie. Born c. 1860 Poplar Point, but mother is Madeleine LAROQUE; left Red River c. 1873/ 1874 with parents; resided on the South Saskatchewan River, Cypress Hills, and Qu’Appelle Valley; married 1875 Qu’Appelle; widowed 1885; scrip affidavit 1885; resided 1885 Qu’Appelle mission with 4 children.

– sp. BOYER, Francois. Killed at Batoche 1885.

4. ALLARY, Caroline. Born 1877 Qu’Appelle; died 1880 Fort Qu’Appelle.

4. ALLARY, Roger. Born 1879.

4. ALLARY, Joseph. Born December 1882 Killawey.

4. ALLARY, Marguerite. Born April 1885 Pelican Lake.


1. ALLARY/ ALLAIRE/ ALLEIRIE, Michel. Born c. 1765/ 1 February 1770 Trois Rivieres QC/ 1780; NWC voyageur; 1st? married c. 1797; NWC engagé 12 August 1797 on route from Grand Portage; outfitted 15 September 1797 by C. GRANT for Fort Dauphin—the NWC fort at that time apparently situated on the south side of Lake Dauphin, on a river running north into the lake (according to David Thompson and his map); NWC hivernant under A.N. McLEOD (proprietor) at Fort Dauphin 1799, in company with Hugh McGILLIS, Alexander FARGUSON, Edward HARRISON, Joseph GRENON, François NOLIN, and Nicholas MONTOUR; 2d married? 19 August 1799 Pond du Lac QC; NWC voyageur 18 June 1811 with David Thompson, to Ilthkoyape falls in August, then to Okanagan with ‘Registre’ BELLAIRE; died c. 1814?

– sp. Francoise ‘Amerindienne’/ ‘Cree’.

?2. ALLARY, Louison. [assumed in some genealogies, but see Louison/ Louis Joseph ALLARY ‘Jr.’, born 1791 below]

?2. HENRY dit ALLARY/ ALARIE, Antoine. [assumed; no alternate suggestion of parentage known] Born 1795 [Red River]/ c. 1802 Fort des Prairie; resided 1840 Red River with 1 house, 1 stable, 1 horse, 1 mare, 1 cart, 1 acre; 1843 with 1 house, 1 stable, 1 horse, 1 mare, 2 oxen, 2 cows, 2 pigs, 1 harrow, 3 carts, 6 acres; resided 1870 Poplar Point; scrip application 1875; Physician.

 ?- sp. CAPLETTE/ COPLETTE, Angelique/ Josephte ‘Josette’/ ‘Susette’. Born c. 1803/ 1805 River Chapele/ North-West to Joseph CAPLETTE (French Canadian) and Angelique GUIBOCHE; resided as head of family 1870 St. Boniface MB; widowed by 1875; scrip affidavit 1875; resided St. Boniface MB 1875.

3. ALLARY, Antoine ‘Jr’. Born 1819 North-West; resided 1870 St. Charles MB; scrip affidavit 1875; resided 1875 St. Charles MB.

?3. ALLARY, Marie Anne. Born May 1825; scrip affidavit 1875; resided St. Boniface; unmarried.

?3. ALLARY, Marie Anne. c. 1858 Thomas BREMNER (widowed) re-marred to Marie Anne ALLARY, daughter of Antoine ALLARY (1799-1876) and Angelique CAPLETTE.

3. ALLARY, Marguerite ‘Widow VANDAL’. Born summer 1836 St. Charles, Red River; married 1859 St. Boniface, Red River; plains hunt family 1870; resided sometimes St. Charles and sometimes with relatives at Poplar Point, Red River; resided ‘in a house and not temporarily in a tent’ summer 1870 St. Charles MB; by 1877 widow; scrip affidavit 1877 St. Charles MB; scrip claim.

– sp. VANDAL, Benjamin. plains hunter

4. VANDAL, Norman.

– sp. BRUNEAU dit MONTONAIS, Loison.

3. ALLARY, Marie/ Mary. Born c. 1830 Duck Bay.

3. ALLARY/ ALERIE, Catherine. Born c. 1830/ May 1831; baptized 21 September 1834 St. Boniface, Red River; widowed; resided 1870 Baie St. Paul/ Poplar Point as ‘head of family’); scrip affidavit 1875; resided Poplar Point 1875; scrip affidavit 1877 Baie St. Paul MB;  2d married 5 February 1878 St. Eustache MB.

– sp. BLAYONNE/ BLYON, Louis.

 4. BLAYON, Alexander. Born c. 1855.

 4. BLAYON, Henri. Born c. 1856/ August 1858 Poplar Poinr, Red River; scrip affidavit 1880 Poplar Point; farmer 1880.

 4. BLAYON, Catherine. Born c. 1857; resided Poplar Point .

– ‘sp’. TAIT, David.

4. BLAYON/ TAIT, Norbert. Born c. 1856/ 13 May 1867; described as ‘illegitimate’.

– sp. FAVEL, Richard.

?4. FAVEL, John James. Born 15 December 1878; married 7 October 1909 St. Eustche MB..

– sp. LACROIX, Eliza.

4. FAVEL, Marie Ann. Born 22 March 1887 Belcourt MB.

4. FAVEL, Marie Cecile. Born 22 February 1889 MB; married 31 March 1916 Portage la Prairie MB; died c. 1970.

– sp. LAPORTE, George. Born France.

5. LAPORTE, Joseph. Born 12 May 1917 Portage la Prairie MB.

4. FAVEL, Alexander. Born 17 February 1891 St. Francois Xavier MB.

4. FAVEL, Alfred. Born 15 June 1894 St. Francois Xavier MB.

4. FAVEL, Joseph A. Born 13 November 1896 St. Francois Xavier MB.

4. FAVEL, Florestine. Born 23 November 1898 St. Francois Xavier MB.

4. FAVEL, Richard. Born 1 May 1901 St. Francois Xavier MB.

3. HENRY/ HONORE/ ALLARY, Madeleine/ Magdeleine. Born May 1831 [St. Laurent]; baptized 21 September 1834 St. Boniface, Red River; married 9 May 1864 St. Boniface, Red River.

– sp. FAGNANT, Jean Louis. Born 15 May 1825 Red River to Antoine GARIEPY FAGNANT ‘Sr’ and Josephte PELLETIER; previously 1st married 1859 Josephte GESSON PAQETTE St. DENIS.

3. HENRY/ ALLARY, Pierre. Born 1832; resided 1870 St. Boniface MB; scrip affidavit 1875; resided 1875 St. Boniface MB.

?- sp. GAUDIN, Marie Louise. Born 9 November 1763 St, Genevieve QC; died 10 February 1859.

2. ALLARY/ ALLAIRE/ HENRIE, Michel. Born c. 1785/ 1797 Rupert’s Land/ 1803 Pond du Lac QC; married with family 1835 resided Red River at home of William BRUCE, having 2 horses, 1 mare; resided in own house 1838 Red River having 1 stable, 1 horse, 1 ox, 1 pig, 1 cart, 1 canoe, 6 acres; with family resided 1840 in house with 1 stable, 1 horse, 1 mare, 1 pig, 1 cart, 6 acres; with family resided 1843 Red River at home of James SWAIN, having 1 horse, 1 ox, 1 cow, 1 calf, 1 canoe; occupation hunter, with family resided 1850 Pembina Co. MN; formally married 1871; died c. 1874/ December 1875 QC.

– sp. Marie ‘Serpente’/ ‘Sauteuse’/ ‘Saulteaux’/ ‘Ojibway’/ Chippewa’. Born c. 1794 [Red River]/ 1795 QC.

3. ALLARY/ ALARIE/ HALAR, Marie Marguerite ‘Mary’. Born c. 1820 Red River; resided with husband and family 1850 Pembina Co. Minnesota Territory; 2d married 16 June 1851 Assumption, Pembina, Pembina Co. Dakota Territory?; resided 1870 Headingley MB.

– sp. SWAIN, John Jacques ‘Jack’. Born 18 January 1837 Red River, to James SWAIN and an unidentified woman; hunter.

4. SWAIN, John. Born 1835/ 1837 St. James’, Red River;  baptized 29 November 1837 St. James’, Red River; died 12 May 1885 Battle of Batoche [SK].

4. SWAIN, William ‘Sr’. Born c. 1834/ 1838/ 1839 Red River; died c. 1897.

4. SWAIN, Thomas. Born c. 1845 Red River;

4. SWAIN, Therese. Born c. 1848/ 1850 Pembina.

4. SWAIN, Alexandre. Born c. 1849/ August 1852 Headingly, Red River/ Pembina; resided 1870 Headingly MB; scrip affidavit 1879 Baie St. Paul MB; occupation voyaqeur 1879.

4. SWAIN, [Felan?]. Born c. 1853 [MB]

4. SWAIN, Elizabeth ‘Betsy’. Born c. 1853 [MB]/ 1854 St. Boniface, Red River; resided with parents 1870 Qu’Appelle Lakes; married 1873; took treaty with Muscowequan Band, Little Touchwood Hills; scrip affidavit 1885; resided Qu’Appelle 1885; withdrawn from treaty 1886.

– sp. PELLETIER, Cuthbert.

5. PELLETIER, Marie Rose. Born c. 1873.

5. PELLETIER, Roger. Born c. 1875.

5. PELLETIER, [Norman?]. Born c. 1877.

5. PELLETIER, Isabella. Born Swift Current 1879; died before 1885.

5. PELLETIER, Felix. Born c. 1883.

5. PELLETIER, Edward. Born c. 1885.

4. SWAIN, Elzear. Born c. 1855 [MB]

?- sp. VASSEUR, Jean Baptiste. Born to Louis VASSEUR and Marguerite PELLETIER,

3. ALLARY/ HENRIE/ HENRY, Andre ‘Sr.’/ Andrew/ Bakwezhigan. Born c. 1820/ 1826/ March 1827 [ND] /1830 Red River; baptized 10 August 1834 St. Boniface, Red River; hunter, resided with parents 1850 Pembina; married 6 September 1852/ c. 1854 Assumption, Pembina Hills/ Hair Hills, Pembina Co. Dakota Territory; 1863 described as ‘a mixed-blood of the Pembina band’; denied treaty status 1868; at Lebret [SK] 1870; at MT 1880; at Olga ND 1884; at Winnipeg c. 1884; scrip application 1885; resided 1892 Turtle Mountain Reservation, Belcourt, Rolette Co. ND; described as ‘Indian’ [7/8 Chippewa] 1900 Turtle Mountain Reservation, Belcourt, Rolette Co. ND; petitioner 1880 Muscleshell River MT; died 3 June 1909.

– sp. MARCELLAIS/ MARSOLAIS/ MARSOLET/ MONSILLE/ MOURILLE, Marie. Born c. August 1830 [ND]/ 14 October 1833 St. Boniface, Red River, to Jean Baptiste MARCELLAIS and Marie WILKY/ WILKIE-FAILLE; baptized 14 October 1833 St. Boniface, Red River; 1851 at Assumption, Pembina, Pembina Co. Dakota Territory; described 1863 as ‘mixed blood’ and resided Pembina; denied treaty 1868 Pembina Co. MN; 1884 at Olga ND; resided 1892 vicinity Turtle Mountain Reservation, Belcourt, Rolette Co. ND; described 1900 as ‘Indian’ (7/8 Chippewa), Turtle Mountain Reservation, Belcourt, Rolette Co. ND;  died 8 March 1906.

4. ALLARY, Andre ‘Jr’. Born c. 1842/ 1852/ August 1853 Pembina/ St. Joseph, Dakota [ND]; baptized 7 September 1853 Assumption, Pembina, Pembina Co. Dakota Territory; married 20 April 1873/ 1874 Wood Mountain/ Lebret, Qu’Appelle [SK]; at MT 1880; scrip application Moose Jaw 1885, resided Willow Bunch [SK] since 1869, ‘no part directly or indirectly in the recent rebellion’; described as ‘mixed blood’ 1892 Turtle Mountain Reservation, Belcourt, Rolette Co. ND; described as ‘Indian’ (7/8 Chippewa), 1900 Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Rolette Co. ND; ‘Moved with his family to Montana’; petitioner 1880 Muscleshell River MT.

– sp. McGILLIS dit HAMELINE, Josephte ‘Jossett’. Born c. 1851/ 1853 St. Joseph [ND] to William McGILLIS and Marie RICHARD DAGNAU/ DAIGNEAULT; scrip affidavit 1885; resided 1885 Willow Bunch [SK] and territory ‘for past 16 years’ (with mother); described as ‘Indian’ (7/8 Chippewa), 1900 Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Rolette Co. ND.

5. ALLARY, Alfred. Born after 1870; deceased after 1870.

5. ALLARY, Patrice/ Batrice. Born c. 1873.

5. ALLARY, Marie Alphonsine. Born c. 1876.

5. ALLARY, William. Born c. September 1878 ND; described as ‘Indian’ with parents, 1900 Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Rolette Co. ND.

5. ALLARY, Jean Marie/ John. Born c. July 1881 ND; described as ‘Indian’ with parents, 1900 Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Rolette Co. ND.

5. ALLARY, Marguerite/ Margaret. Born c. February 1883/ 1884 ND; described as ‘Indian’ with parents, 1900 Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Rolette Co. ND.

5. ALLARY, Virginie/ Virginia. Born c. March 1885 ND; described as ‘Indian’ with parents, 1900 Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Rolette Co. ND.

5. ALLARY, Elizabeth. Born c. June 1891 ND; described as ‘Indian’ with parents, 1900 Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Rolette Co. ND.

5. ALLARY, Ellen Ann. Born c. August 1893, ND; described as ‘Indian’ with parents, 1900 Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Rolette Co. ND.

4. ALLARY/ ALARIE, Jean ‘Baptiste’/ John/ Paappishkit. Born July 1854/ 6 February 1856; baptized 10 May 1856 St. Francois Xavier, Red River; married 1877; at MT 1880; scrip application 1885; at Olga ND 1886; described 1892 as ‘mixed blood’ and resided vicinity Turtle Mountain Reservation, Belcourt, Rolette Co. North Dakota; described 1900 as ‘Indian’ (7/8 Chippewa) and resided Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Rolette Co. ND; died at home 20 January 1933 rural Dunsieth/ Turtle Mountain ND; but ‘enumerated’ 1938 Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Belcourt, Rolette County, North Dakota.

– sp. AMYOTTE/ AMIOTTE, Marie. Born c. 19 March 1852/ 1861/ February 1862/ 25 February 1863 to Francois AMYOTTE and Louise HAMELIN; scrip application 1885; at Olga ND 1887; resided with husband and family 1892 vicinity Turtle Mountain Reservation, Belcourt, Rolette Co. North Dakota; described 1900 as ‘Indian’ (7/8 Chippewa) and resided Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Rolette Co. ND; died of TB June 1905/ c. 1907l buried St, Anthony’s, Turtle Mountain Chipewa Reservation, Belcourt ND.

5. ALLARY/ ALARIE, Joseph Lawrence ‘Lum’. Born 6 May 1886/ 1887 St. Joseph, Dakota Territory; baptized 13 June 1886 Olga ND; married 8 February 1908; resided 1938 Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Belcourt, Rolette Co. ND; died 29 December 1958 Indian Health Service Hospital, Winnebago NE.

– sp. NADEAU, Mary Justine/ Marie Rachel. Born c. October 1889/ 20 November 1889 Turtle Mountain Chippewa Reservation, to Joseph NADEAU and Suzanne PITWEWEKIJIK dit LERAT; listed with parents 1890 Census of Half Breed Chippewas of Turtle Mountain, Dakota Territory; resided with parents 1892 Turtle Mountain Reservation, Belcourt, Rolette Co. ND; resided 1938 Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Belcourt, Rolette Co. ND; died 24 November 1970 Indian Health Service Hospital, Belcourt, ND.

6. ALLERY, Alfred/ Fred J. Born 1908; resided with parents 1938 Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Belcourt, Rolette Co. ND.

6. ALLERY, Cecelia. Born 1912; resided with parents 1938 Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Belcourt, Rolette Co. ND.

6. ALLERY, Beatrice. Died c. 1936/ before 1938; listed as deceased 1938 Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Belcourt, Rolette Co. ND.

6. ALLERY, Mary Vitaline.

6. ALLERY, Rose.

6. ALLERY, Josephine.

6. ALLERY, Ernestine.

6. ALLERY, Elizabeth/ Liza Caroline. Born 23 January 1917.

– sp. KEPLIN, Alfred. Born to Joseph KEPLIN and Marguerite McCLOUD.

5. ALLARY/ ALARIE, Gabriel. Born c. 1886/ 5 June/ August 1887 ND; described 1900 as ‘Indian’ (7/8 Chippewa) and resided Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Rolette Co. ND.

5. ALLARY/ ALARIE, Julia/ Julie. Born c. 1890/ March 1891 ND; described 1900 as ‘Indian’ (7/8 Chippewa) and resided Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Rolette Co. ND; resided with husband 1938 Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Belcourt, Rolette Co. ND.

– sp. BOTTINEAU, Israel Mikeal. Born c. 1878 to Jonas BOTTINEAU and Suzanne POITRAS.

 5. ALLARY/ ALARIE, Louis. Born May 1893/ 1894 ND; described 1900 as ‘Indian’ (7/8 Chippewa) and resided Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Rolette Co. ND.

5. ALLARY/ ALARIE, Mary/ Marie Louise. Born 11 January/ April 1895 ND; described 1900 as ‘Indian’ (7/8 Chippewa) and resided Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Rolette Co. ND; resided with parents 1938 Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Belcourt, Rolette Co. ND; died 14 December 1963 Dunseith, Rolette Co. North Dakota.

5. ALLARY/ ALARIE, Josette. Born 1897/ February 1898 ND; described 1900 as ‘Indian’ (7/8 Chippewa) and resided Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Rolette Co. ND; resided with parents 1938 Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Belcourt, Rolette Co. ND.

4. ALLARY, Marie. Born 12 May 1858; baptized 5/ 10 June 1858 Assumption, Pembina, Pembina Co. Dakota Territory; died 1858? 1862?; deceased scrip application 1885.

4. ALLARY/ EMRY/ HENRY, Annabelle. Born 6 August 1860; baptized 2 September 1860 Assumption, Pembina, Pembina Co. Dakota Territory.

4. ALLARY/ HONORE, Guillaume. Born c. 1860/ 8 October 1861; baptized 24 November 1861 Assumption, Pembina, Pembina Co. Dakota Territory; deceased scrip application 1885.

4. ALLARY, Marie Rose. Born c. February 1862/ 1864; died age 9, 22 April 1873; baptized 2 May 1873; buried 2 May 1873 Lebret [SK]; deceased scrip application 1885.

4. ALLARY/ ALARY, Henri ‘Napoleon’. Born 30 November 1866/ 1868 Assumption, Pembina, Pembina Co. Dakota Territory; baptized 30 November 1866 Assumption, Pembina, Pembina Co. Dakota Territory; [online: ‘The known brothers and sisters of Napoleon (Sr.) were Josue, Elzear, Louis who resided in North Dakota, U.S.A., Shawman, Mrs. Fred Lynch and Mrs. John Brown’]; scrip application 1885; married 1896; described as ‘Indian’ (7/8 Chippewa) and resided 1900 Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Rolette Co. North Dakota; died 24 January 1941 St. Eustache MB.

– sp. Justine. Born February 1879/ 1880 ND; described as ‘Indian’ (7/8 Chippewa) and resided 1900 Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Rolette Co. North Dakota;

5. ALLARY, Martin. Born August 1898; described as ‘Indian’ (7/8 Chippewa) Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Rolette Co. North Dakota.

5. ALLARY, Alexander. Born January 1899; described as ‘Indian’ (7/8 Chippewa) Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Rolette Co. North Dakota.

4. ALLARY, Louise. Born c. 1869/ 1870/ 1872; scrip application 1885; 1886 at Olga ND; resided 1892 with parents Turtle Mountain Reservation, Belcourt, Rolette Co. ND; married 1895; described as 7/8 Chippewa and resided 1900 with husband Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Rolette Co. ND; resided 1938 Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Belcourt, Rolette Co. North Dakota.

– sp. AMYOTTE, St. Pierre. Born to Jean Louis AMYOTTE and Isabelle DECOUTEAU; described as over 3/4 Chippewa 1900.

4. ALLARY, Josephine. Born c. 1872/ June 1874 ND; resided 1892 with parents Turtle Mountain Reservation, Belcourt, Rolette Co. ND; resided 1900 with parents Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Rolette Co. ND.

4. ALLARY, David. Born c. 1873; died 18 April 1873; buried 4 May 1873 Lebret [SK].

?3. ALLARY, Michel. Born c. 1829 Red River; occupation 1879 voyageur.

– sp. PACQUIN/ POCHA, Marie/ Mary. Born c. fall 1829 to Joseph POCHA and Josephte DESCOLEAUX; resided ‘in our own house’ 1870 St. Francois Xavier MB; scrip affidavit 1879; resided 1879 St. Francois Xavier MB.

4. ALLARY, Suzanne. Born c. summer 1844 St. Francois Xavier, Red River; resided St. Franscois Xavier 1870; scrip affidavit 1878; resided 1878 St. Francois Xavier MB.

– sp. DELORME, Moise. Born c. 1840 St. Francois Xavier, Red River, to Francois DELORME and Angelique MALATERRE.

5. DELORME, Sarah. Born 1867 Red River.

4. ALLARY/ ALLARIE/ HENRY, Daniel. Born c. 1847 St. Francois Xavier, Red River; resided ‘in a house of my own’ 1870 St. Francois Xavier MB; scrip affidavit 1879 St. Francois Xavier MB; farmer 1879.

– sp. SPENCE, Catherine.

4. ALLARY, Mary. Born c. 1850 Pembina.

– sp. BRUYERE, Baptiste. Born c. 1847 St. Francois Xavier, Red River, to Jean Baptiste BRUYERE and Angelique GUILBEAULT.

5. BRUYERE, Baptiste. Born c. 1869 Pembina.

4. ALLARY, Pierre. Born 30 July 1856 St. Francois Xavier, Red River; scrip affidavit 1879; occupation voyageur 1879 St. Francois Xavier MB.

3. ALLARY/ ALARIE/ HENRIE, Pierre. Born c. 1832/ 1835/ 1840 St. Boniface, Red River; baptized 23 November 1834 St. Boniface, Red River; at St. Francois Xavier, Red River, 1861; listed 1863 treaty inquiry as of Fort Garry, British North America, brother of Michel; resided 1870 St. Francois Xavier MB; scrip affidavit 1875, farmer, resided Baie St. Paul MB.

– sp. ZACE/ ZASTRE, Genevieve. Born c. 1835/ 1839 St. Boniface to Louis Gonzague Isaac ZACE (French Canadian) and Angelique PARISIEN; resided 1870 Baie St. Paul; scrip affidavit 1875; resided 1875 Baie St. Paul.

4. ALARIE, Louis. Born c. 1856, Red River.

4. ALARIE, Ursule. Born c. 1862 Red River.

4. ALARIE, Napoleon. Born c. 1864/ 1866 Red River.

– sp. PICHE, Marie Rose.

5. ALARIE, Napolean. Born 1895 MB; married 11 January 1921 St. Eustache MB; died 25 October 1976 St. Eustache MB.

– sp. DUMAS, Victorine. Born March 1894 St. Laurent MB, to Alphonse Louis DUMAS and Marie Celina MORIN.

4. ALARIE, Hyacinthe. Born c, 1865 Red River

4. ALARIE, Henriette. Born c. 1868 Red River

?3. ALLARY, Marguerite. Born c. 1835 Lake Manitobah [MB]; scrip affidavit 1875; resided Baie St. Paul 1875.

– sp. BOYER, Isodore. Born 28 December 1829 St. Francois Xavier, Red River to Pierre BOYER and Marguerite BONNEAU; farmer 1875 Baie St. Paul.

4. BOYER, Margaret. Born 1852 White Horse Plain, Red River.

4. BOYER, Jonas/ Azarias. Born October 1854 St. Francois Xavier, Red River.

4. BOYER, Jean Baptiste. Born 20 January 1857 Baie St. Paul, Red River; resided Baie St. Paul 1870; scrip affidavit 1875; labourer, resided Baie St. Paul MB 1875.

4. BOYER, Napoleon. Born c. 1858 Baie St. Paul.

4. BOYER, L. Born c. 1861 Baie St. Paul.

4. BOYER, Baptiste. Born c. 1869 Pembina.

?2. ALLARY, Francoise. Born c. 1797; baptized 31 July 1827 St. John’s, Red River; married c. 1815; formally married 31 July 1827 St. John’s, Red River.

– sp. BRUCE, William. Born Born c. 1791/ 1795 to Benjamin BRUCE and Mathilda ‘Indian’. See BRUCE page.


1. HONORE/ ALLARY, Alexander.

– sp. Madeleine.

2. ALLARY/ HONORÉ, Elizabeth ‘Betsy.’

– sp. COLLIN, Jean Baptiste. Born 1805 Grand-Rivière QC to Antoine COLLIN and Mishaha WAYERS LATOUR; 1st married Angèlique Côté (born to Michel CÔTÉ and Madeleine JULIEN); 3d married Louise PAGE (born to Jean-Baptiste PAGET and Marie-Elizabeth BARIAULT); 4th married Angèle STIBRE.

3. COLLIN/ COLLINS, Isabelle, Born 1827.

3. COLLIN/ COLLINS, Marguerite, Born 1838.

3. COLLIN/ COLLINS, Rosalie. Born 1842.

3. COLLIN/ COLLINS, Born 1844.

3. COLLIN, Suzanne. scrip afidavit [not online].

– sp. LAFOURNAISE, Gabriel.


1. ALLARY dit HENRY, Isabelle.

– sp. DESCHAMPS, Jean Baptiste. Born 1825; 2d married Marguerite Suzanne LACISERAYE.

2. DESCHAMPS, Marie. Born fall 1846 St. Charles MB; scrip affidavit 1876; resided St. Charles MB 1876.

– sp. SHORT, William. labourere 1876.

2. DESCHAMPS, Joseph.

2. DESCHAMPS, Pierre Deschamps. Born c. 1852.

2. DESCHAMPS, Jean Baptiste. Born 1852.

2. DESCHAMPS, Judith. Born 1855,

2. DESCHAMPS, Isabelle. Born 1855.

2. DESCHAMPS, Marie. Born c. 1858.

2. DESCHAMPS, Madeleine. Born c. 1859.

2. DESCHAMPS, Cécile. Born 1861.

2. DESCHAMPS, Sara. Born 1861.

2. DESCHAMPS, Hélène. Born 1865.

2. DESCHAMPS, Marie.

2. DESCHAMPS, Alexandré. Born 1878; died 1890.


1. ALLARY/ ALARY, Jean Baptiste.

– sp. McKAY, Madeleine. Born July 1846 St. Laurent to Alexis McKAY and Marie FLAMMOND; resided 1870 Baie St. Paul; scrip affidavit 1876; resided  1876 Baie St. Paul.


1. ALLARY, Louison. died 12 May 1872 North-West

– sp.

2. ALLARY, Antoine. scrip affidavit 1880, farmer, resided over 18 yrs St. Francois Xavier MB.


1. ALLARY, ANTOINE. cultivateur/ farmer 1875 St. Charles MB.

– sp. SWAIN/ SWAN, Marie/ Mary. Born 1823 Swan River, to Thomas SWAIN and Marguerite DUMAIS; scrip affidavit 1875 St. Charles MB; scrip affidavit 1875.

2. ALLARY, Joseph. Born 12 March 1856.

2.  ALLARY, Julie. Born 15 June 1878.

2. ALLARY, Isabelle. Born 19 March 1881.


1. ALLARY, Louis.

– sp. SAYER/ CYR, Margaret.

2. ALLARY, Abraham. Born St. Boniface, Red River, 1854; resided 1870 Poplar Point MB; scrip affidavit 1875; resided Poplar Point 1875.

2. ALLARY, Joseph. Married 6 August 1900 St. Eustache MB.

– sp. VIVIER, Marie Rose. Born to Bernard VIVIER and Isabelle DUCHARME.


1. ALLARY, Joseph.

– sp. Mary.

2. ALLARY, Mary. Born 17 October 1851; scrip affidavit

– sp. BROWN, James.


1. ALLARY, Antoine.

– sp.

2. ALLARY, Isabelle. Widowed; scrip [not online].

– sp. DESCHAMPS dit LA ROULETTE, Jean Baptiste.


1. ALLARY, Michel.

– sp. DESCHAMP, Louise/ Louisa.

2. ALLARY, Rose. Born 1863 Cypress Hills; resided Qu’Appelle; married 1895; scrip claim 1901; resided Moosimin 1901.

– sp. PRITCHARD, Joseph.

2. ALLARY, Catherine. Born 5 April 1873 North-West; scrip claim 1901 [not online].

– sp. AUGER.


1. ALLARY/ ALLARD, Marguerite. Married c. 1842 Red River.

– sp. BREMNER, William. Born 1812/ 1821/ 1824 Swan Hills to Alexander BREMNER and Elisabeth ‘Betsy’ TWATT; baptized 14 April 1833 St. John’s, Red River; 2d married 19 Frebruary 1844 Marie GARIEPY (born to Jean Baptiste GARIEPY and Marguerite ABRAHAM ‘Sauteuse’/’Cree’) [6 children]; 3d married c. 1854 St, Boniface, Red River, Marie/ Maria HOGUE (born to Louis ‘Amable’ Hogue and Marguerite ‘Peggy’ TAYLOR-SIMPSON); died 1 August 1887 MB; buried St. Louis cemetery [SK].

2. BREMNER, Isabelle. Born May 1843 Baie St. Paul, Red River; resided 1870 St. Francois Xavier MB; scrip affidavit 1877; resided 1877 St. Francois Xavier.

– sp. POITRAS, Pierre ‘Jr.’

3. POITRAS, Pierre. Born c. 1861.

3. POITRAS, Marie Rose. Born c. 1865.

3. POITRAS, Elzear. Born c. 1867.

3. POITRAS, Helene. Borm c. 1869.

2. BREMNER, Marie. Born c. 1847/ 1862 to William BREMNER and Marie ALLERY; married in 1866 Pembina ND; resided 1 August 1870 Pembina ND; resided June 1880 Pembina Co. ND; died 1948.

– sp. JEROME, Daniel. Born c. 1841 Red River; listed age 9, 5 September 1850 Pembina Co. census; resided 6 July 1860 Pembina ND; resided 1 August 1870, June 1880, Pembina ND; resided 1892 vicinity of Turtle Mountain Reservation, Rolette Co. ND; resided 1900 Turtle Mountain Reservation, Rolette Co. ND; died 17 June 1912 MT; buried St. Ann’s Cemetery, Belcourt ND.

3. JEROME [children]. [See WILKIE page.]


1. ALLARY, Marie/ Marie Anne. Born to [Antoine ALLARY and Angelique CAPLETTE?]; married c. 1858.

– sp. BREMNER, Thomas. Born 1825; previously 1st married Louise SUTHERLAND; widowed; died 1883.

2. BREMNER, Joseph. married 1877 Bow River; scrip claim.

– sp. Suzanne.

3. BREMNER, Edouard.

3. BREMNER, Mary Jane.

3. BREMNER, Christiana.


1. ALLARY/ AZARIE/ ALLAIN-BREMNER, Marie.

– sp. BREMNER, Joseph.

– ‘sp.’ TODD, John McAllum. Born 24 November 1833 Fort Pelly, Swan River District [MB] to and Isabella DENNET; baptized 22 July 1834 at St. John’s, Red River; died 1896 in Seamo [Narcisse] MB; buried at St. John’s, Winnipeg MB.

2. TODD, Marie. Born 1859/ 1860 Sturgeon Creek, Red River; baptized 1861 St. Boniface; raised by aunt Marguerite ALLARY married to Benjamin VANDAL; married November 1871/ 1872 St. Albert [AB]; scrip claim 1885.

– sp. BOUCHER, Pierre. Born 1849; from St. Albert, AB.

3. BOUCHER, John. Born 1874.

3. BOUCHER, Marie Louise. Born 1877; scrip affidavit.

3. BOUCHER, Virginie. Born 1879.


1. ALLARY/ HALARY, Alexis.

– sp. St. DENIS, Rosalie.

2. ALLARY/ HALARY, Florestine. Born October 1880 Lebret; scrip certificate.


1. HONORE/ HENRY, Louis. Married then separated.

– sp. HOGUE, Marie/ Mary. 2d married January 1854 St. Charles, Red River, William BREMNER (born 1828 Red River; died 1867 St. Boniface; previously 1st married Marie GARIEPY)


1. ALLARY, Marie Anne/ Marianne. Born c. 1830 Red River; Married c. 1847.

– sp. HOGUE, Amable. Born 1827/ ?1835 St. Charles to Louis Amable HOGUE (French Canadian) and Margaret ‘Peggy’ TAYLOR (previously 1st married to HBC Gov. George SIMPSON); brother to Mary Anne HOGUE-WELSH; scrip affidavit 1875; farmer 1875 St. Charles MB.

2. HOGUE, AMABLE. farmer 1875 St. Charles MB.

– sp. MORRISETTE, Elizabeth ‘Betsy’. Born c. 1845 St, Charles, Red River, to Francois MORRISETTE and Philomine FAVOR; scrip affidavit 1875; resided 1875 St. Charles MB; 2d married DEGAGNÉ.

3. HOGUE, Elizabeth. Born fall 1874 Sandy Bay MB; married 1896 Fort Ellice; scrip affidavit [not online].

– sp. HOULE, John.

3. HOGUE, Marie Adele. Resided with mother 577 Jessie Ave. Winnipeg MB.

?- sp. WEDNT.

3. HOGUE, Julia. Resided before 1901 south Fort Rouge with husband and his parents.

– sp. LOGAN, Charles. Born to John LOGAN and Marie (neighbours of Henry family in St. Norbert since 1870s).

3. HOGUE/ HOGG, Pierre. Born 1877/ 24 July 1881 St. Charles MB;  farm labourer; active in Liberal Party, hosting political meetings at home; worked as labourer and farmed at the end of Mulvey Ave.; volunteer military service 1915, declared himself unmarried with Isabella SAVAGE as next of kin.

– sp. HENRY, Marie Julienne ‘Julia’. Born 3 October 1881 St. Norbert MB; married 10 January 1901 St. Boniface MB; resided south Fort Rouge MB.

4. HOGG, Mark.

4. HOGG, James.

2. HOGUE, Flavie. Born 25 April 1852; scrip affidavit 1875?

– sp. CARRIERRE, Elie.


1. ALLARY, Pierre. Married 1878.

– sp. DELORME, Marie Helene. Born 25 November 1854.


1. ALARY, Baptiste, ‘Sr.’ Born c. 1840 Red River; petitioner 1880 Muscleshell River MT.

2. ALARY, Baptiste, ‘Jr.’ Born c. 1853 Red River; petitioner 1880 Muscleshell River MT.


1. ALARY, Charles. Petitioner 1880 Muscleshell River MT.


1. ALLARY/ ALLARD, Marguerite. Born c. 1821; died c. 1844.