André Nault, 18301924 (aged 94 years)

Name
André /Nault/
Birth
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April 21, 1830 31 20
Manitoba, Canada
Latitude: 51.0675 Longitude: -98.4436
Baptism
April 21, 1830 31 20 (aged 1 day)
St Boniface, Manitoba, Canada
Latitude: 49.9 Longitude: -97.1
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1838
St Boniface, Manitoba, Canada
Latitude: 49.9 Longitude: -97.1
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February 15, 1849
St Vital, Manitoba, Canada
Latitude: 49.8167 Longitude: -97.1334
Marriage
January 11, 1850 (aged 19 years)
St Boniface, Manitoba, Canada
Latitude: 49.9 Longitude: -97.1
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May 6, 1865
St Boniface, Manitoba, Canada
Latitude: 49.9 Longitude: -97.1
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March 8, 1870
St Boniface, Manitoba, Canada
Latitude: 49.9 Longitude: -97.1
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May 9, 1870
St Boniface, Manitoba, Canada
Latitude: 49.9 Longitude: -97.1
Birth of a daughter
Birth of a son
Birth of a son
March 1, 1875
Manitoba, Canada
Latitude: 51.0675 Longitude: -98.4436
Scrip
July 29, 1875
St Vital, Manitoba, Canada
Latitude: 49.8167 Longitude: -97.1334
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Memories by Simone Lapointe

"Aimé Nault married Joséphine Martel on November 22, 1892.

"Around 1903 they moved to Jack Fish Saskatchewan. They were people of deep faith. That is where they took their strength, because it was a hard life.

"At the end living in Beacon Hill Saskatchewan, in a nice log house, so clean and well kept.

"They were very welcoming people, I remember. Memere killing a chicken on Saturday to make a large pot of soup in case someone will stop in.

"That was their way of life for many years, people would stop for a meal or stay overnight. After what I heard it was not too often that they had a day without someone.

"For many years they took care of one of their nieces, then a handicapped man, also a mentally handicapped young man. Years after they took in three young children. Their mother had died.

"There was no priest for many years, no church. A priest used to travel from one place to the other, once a month. He had his room at our grandparents' place and would say mass for all the surrounding farmers or ranchers.

"In the 40s they went to church on the Beacon Hill Reserve."

(faxed to Lee Anne Pedersen 2008 April 21)

Marriage of a son
Death of a mother
Death of a daughter
Census
1901 (aged 70 years)
St Boniface, Manitoba, Canada
Latitude: 49.9 Longitude: -97.1
Occupation
Farmer
1901
St Boniface, Manitoba, Canada
Latitude: 49.9 Longitude: -97.1
Death of a brother
Death of a sister
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Death of a wife
1914
St Vital, Manitoba, Canada
Latitude: 49.8167 Longitude: -97.1334
Death of a brother
Burial of a brother
Death of a brother
Death of a brother
Death of a brother
Burial of a father
Burial of a mother
INDI:_PHOTO
André Nault
André Nault
Death
Family with parents
father
17981867
Birth: August 17, 1798 32 Ste-Geneviève, Berthier, Quebec
Death: February 4, 1867St. Pierre, Manitoba, Canada
mother
18091897
Birth: July 1809 30 28 Cypress Hills, Alberta
Death: April 30, 1897St-Pierre, Manitoba, Canada
Marriage Marriage1824St Boniface, Manitoba, Canada
3 years
elder brother
3 years
himself
18301924
Birth: April 20, 1830 31 20 Point Douglas, Manitoba
Death: December 17, 1924Fort Garry, Winnipeg, Manitoba
2 years
younger brother
2 years
younger brother
2 years
younger sister
1837
Birth: January 4, 1837 38 27 St Boniface, Manitoba, Canada
22 months
younger brother
18381917
Birth: October 17, 1838 40 29 St Boniface, Manitoba, Canada
Death: April 17, 1917St Boniface, Manitoba, Canada
17 months
younger brother
9 years
younger sister
18491912
Birth: February 15, 1849 50 39 St Vital, Manitoba, Canada
Death: March 25, 1912Ste. Anne, Manitoba
15 months
younger sister
5 years
younger brother
18551922
Birth: February 1, 1855 56 45
Death: August 28, 1922
brother
Family with Anastasie Landry
himself
18301924
Birth: April 20, 1830 31 20 Point Douglas, Manitoba
Death: December 17, 1924Fort Garry, Winnipeg, Manitoba
wife
18321914
Birth: June 27, 1832 37 32 St Boniface, Manitoba, Canada
Death: May 24, 1914Fort Garry, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Marriage MarriageJanuary 11, 1850St Boniface, Manitoba, Canada
10 years
son
-3 years
daughter
18601899
Birth: 1860 29 27
Death: November 2, 1899St Boniface, Manitoba, Canada
6 years
daughter
19 months
daughter
18631864
Birth: August 1, 1863 33 31
Death: September 29, 1864St Boniface, Manitoba, Canada
21 months
son
1865
Birth: May 6, 1865 35 32 St Boniface, Manitoba, Canada
21 months
daughter
1867
Birth: February 9, 1867 36 34 St Boniface, Manitoba, Canada
19 months
daughter
18681869
Birth: September 14, 1868 38 36
Death: June 21, 1869St Boniface, Manitoba, Canada
16 months
son
18701945
Birth: March 8, 1870 39 37 St Boniface, Manitoba, Canada
Death: NE 16-62-25 W3September 14, 1945Beacon Hill, Saskatchewan, Canada
3 years
daughter
3 years
son
18751965
Birth: March 1, 1875 44 42 Manitoba, Canada
Death: 1965
2 years
daughter
18761876
Birth: July 11, 1876 46 44
Death: August 1, 1876St Boniface, Manitoba, Canada
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Shared note

"Noted defender of Metis rights during late 1800's. It was written in the Winnipeg Free Press in 1924, that he started the "Riel Rebellion" by complaining to his cousin Louis Riel Jr. that surveyors were on his property reassessing his property rights. In 1869, he took an active part in the trouble leading to the forming of the first Manitoba Government."

From Les Nau en Amérique, page 69.