kandi: Re. the family history for dorothy (dudley) thomas: florence's father thomas Lovejoy was the son of Hannah and Owen Lovejoy. thomas's sister was the one who married John Wabashaw. Owen's parents were asa Wakanshanku and Nancy Mahpiyawastewin(born @1824, and died 3 Dec. 1908). I have been unable to find anything on Kate Wapaha, However, her father, John B. Wapaha was married twice, first to Mary Hunton /Shanskawin on Aug. 17, 1879 at Santee(Santee marr. Register). the Santee Register ,Book 1 does not list the parents of the couple. The second marriage was to Nancy Winyangewin and they were wed Aug. 18, 1895 at Santee. the marriage record lists his parents as Wapaha and Tamzaza, and Nancy's as Hepanwaste,and Harpikasnasnawin. The marriage was performed by Rev. William Holmes. I have Nancy Stone(Myrick)Wakute,as being born to Julia Stone and Hakandipeta(ref. rootsweb, World connect Project link; and the 1902 register Santee Indian Families. Both references give Julia's Idian name). I am curious in re. to this marriage license you wrote about. Is there any chance that your relative would be willing to let you scani it and post it here for us to see? i am rather puzzled by wht you posted about the Marriage License. the ternsltion for Wpaha I believe means head or ht. I am not sure what Wapate translates to.
Isnt Wapate the screen name for the incredible people who have been working on the Wabasha/Old Bets history? If memory serves, the husband side of the team told me it translated to "The Butcher" and is the name for Thomas Wabasha.
RE: JOHN B WAPAHA marriage license Re: Reply #56 & 53. I have a copy of a marriage license for John B. Wapaha to Nancy Wakute. Not sure how to scan it and get it on this website, but if someone wants to contact me and walk me through it, I would be more than happy to post it. It states John Wapaha was 50 and Nancy Wakute (her married name from a previous husband) is 53. They are listed as Red, born in Minnesota and living in Knox County at the time of marriage. They were married on August 18, 1895 by William Holmes. Witnesses were Levi Trudell and Fannie Moose. The date Augus 17, 1895 is on the upper part of the license, so it is possible they were married that day instead of the 18th. His parents are shown as Father: Wa pa ha, Mother: Tahaza or Tahazu. Her parents are listed as Father: Hapuwatet or Hauwater and Mother Ho apt ka Snu Ru??? It says they were married at the Santee Agency, Neb.
I am hijacking this older thread because I found someone buried in the St. Felix Cemetery at Wabasha, who may have also been a descendant of the chief. The name is Theophilus Lachapelle but I don't really know if he is the same Theophilus by that surname--the man I have been meaning to research for awhile now, even though he is no kin of mine. But his case is quite interesting.
This Theophilus in the St. Felix Cemetery [Findagrave] seems, in the beginning at least, to be connected to Prairie du Chien--and my Theophilus certainly was. The Theophilus of Wabasha had a father named Pierre Lachapelle and his mother was Marie Louis Brisbois, this last being a prominent fur-trading family of Prairie du Chien. However, some other information I see about the Wabasha Theophilus makes it seem unlikely he could be the Theophilus I am researching because....well...the Wabasha Theophilus was getting married when my Theophilus was supposed to be in a "hospital" for the insane.
In 1849, at Prairie du Chien, a handsome would-be politician named Theophilus Lachapelle murdered a certain Louis Mayard and burned down his house for good measure. Lachapelle was found not guilty by reason of insanity and the excuse for the man having gone off his rocker was said to have been that "he studied too much". Or maybe that was the defense thought up by his lawyer. There was quite a bit about this in an ebook I read not too long ago--which has since disappeared from the Web. Too bad. But I can't recall--or perhaps it wasn't even stated--what became of Theophilus Lachapelle in the end. Did he live out his years in the asylum--or Wabasha, MN??
Yes, but the question is--is it the same Theophilus Lachapelle who committed the murder of Mayard at Prairie du Chien? For it to have been he, he would have had to be released from confinement within a few years.
Mink, no it is not the same Theophilus laChappelle who murdered Mayard. this Theophilus Lachappelle spent the rest of his life in the insane asylum.
The Theophilus Joseph Lachapelle who married Isabelle Cratte was a river pilot.Added: He was the grson of Antoine Lachapelle and Pelagia laPointe,by their son pierre "Peter " Lachapelle and wife Isabelle (Elizabeth) Cratte.
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Thanks, Hermin. The other one was a territorial legislator. His was rather a famous case and I wonder if the river pilot ever got some strange looks when he said his name was Theophilus Lachapelle! Now I have to find out who the parents of the politician were and if he was related to the river pilot--since both had connections to Prairie du Chien.
Theophilus Lachappelle died Jan. 1863. buried in st. Felix Cem. Pepin Twp,Wabasha,Minn.
Not a big point but I've seen it on someone else's post or website as well. St. Felix cemetery is located in Wabasha Twp not Pepin Twp. The cemetery is located in the "Rocque Addition" of the city of Wabasha(downriver). Joseph & Madaline Rocque donated the parcel of land to St. Felix church to build a church. A decision was made to build the church closer to the center of town and so the donated land became additional cemetery space. Two streets nearby are named for Jos. & Madaline Rocque's son and his wife; Augustin Way and Angelique Street.
Pepin Twp is upriver from the city of Wabasha. Read's Lading is within Pepin Twp.
Post by oyateasawin on Feb 17, 2015 20:01:30 GMT -5
Hi, I'm looking of info on James Wabasha his mothers name was Harriet Wabasha. James married an Isabelle and unfortunately thats all we know. Dead end. James was born around 1824, Harriet about 1809, Isabelle about 1839. Who is james father and who are Isabelles parents. Last known residence Prairie Island. not even sure where they are buried at.
Post by oyateasawin on Feb 18, 2015 22:27:37 GMT -5
No one has posted in here since 2012 but its worth try. Anyone know about a James Wabasha 76 yo born in Minnesota married an Isabel 70 yo also born in Minnesota? Listed on the 1900 Goodhue county Burnside, MN Federal census. Isabele's Dakota name Cankukinziwin its either canku or canka. The ink spread out and its cursive so yeah. On others her dakota name say Canna. I figured the agent writing it just shortened it. lol
santee71: hey people whats going on out there ? if this reaches anyone ....have a blessed sundance season this year !
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santee71: gm out there people ........be blessed stay safe everyone !
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hermin1: good morning santee71
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santee71: hey hermin1 !! hope alls well by you and your doing well today
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santee71: im still praying on a miracle regarding my research here . ever get the feeling u were on to something big that u knew you couldn't prove ?? LOL
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hermin1: Nope never had that happen.
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santee71: Gm is there anyone out there that can put me in touch with M Denney. I have questions regarding little thunder "wakinyan" and mankato
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hermin1: look for him in the members list and click on it. then send him a PM.
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santee71: Morning hermin1 sent Mr Denney a mssg but still nothing yet. My hopes was that I could find someone that could talk to me in depth about the 38 from mankato maybe if you didn't mind you could connect me to someone else ?
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wakanhotain: Kickapoo Candy:
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santee71: Hermin1 for personal reasons I'm gonna have to applaud the work ya been doin here
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santee71: Wakanhotain is your reply for me and should I mssg Kickapoo ?
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hermin1: santee71, wakanhotanin, I think wastrying to post a reply to kickapoocandy. I have contacted him by email.Re. your need toget information on the 38, in your search engine, type"1862 Indian massacre ,Minnesota" and you should get some links that may help an
Aug 4, 2015 14:09:17 GMT -5
hermin1: answer your query. also try this link, www.mnhs.org andin the search box type 1862 Sioux Uprising.See what you find there.
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santee71: I got a call from Lyle rustad yesterday and he educated me in some of the history regarding the 40 of our relatives executed in makatao. It was a good convo and unexpected. . its too bad that I can't connect with beth on her to discuss her research
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santee71: Bet if I got on here and cursed and got loud and crass. I'd probably not only get noticed but a lot of folks would say . " hey don't say that on here" how many times have I come here greeted people and smiled and acted cordial?
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hermin1: And I will bet that you would be banned from this website,as profanity is not allowed,per proboard.com rules
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