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(Dominion Of Canada.) This is Document #2 Which my Great Grandfather Jean-Baptiste Lavallee Son Of G.G.Grandfather Ignace Joseph Lavallee and G.G,Grandmother Josephete Cree (Cree Indian Maiden ). This Declaration Of Oath Stating he was A Half Breed, and he did not make any Claims in any other Parish,in said County, nor had he claimed or received, as an Indian my annuity money's from the Goverment of said Dominion. Great Grandfather Jean-Baptiste Lavallee, from what I've seen,In accordance to these declarations, had an interpreter, As he did not speech Any English and maybe also French. In this Document it Also states All this was explained to him in the Cree lauguage. For anyone that reads these documents, could someone contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org Winnipeg ,Manitoba Canada. I feel this is very important to all the his decendance. I'll look forward to speaking with anyone who also has come across theses same documents. Jenny Lavallee Gaudry
Dominion Of Canada = In the Province of Manitoba, and in the said county of Marquette East, Wisconsin, and Parish of St Laurent. I'm hoping for anyone who sees this document, to please contact me at email@example.com manitoba, Canada. This is a document about my great grandfather Jean-Baptist Lavallee son of my G.G.Grandparents Ignace Joseph Lavallee and Josephete Cree ( Cree Indian Maiden ). Great Grandfather was Baptisted on May 15, 1836 in St-Francois, Xavier, Manitoba. And Married Louise Ducharme Great, Grandmother, on May 16, 1836 in St-Francois Xavier, Manitoba, Canada. Also see Document (2)which follows. Jenny Lavallee Gaudry
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