A Canadian Family

Genealogy and Vintage Postcards

History Of Kahnawake | Links To Biographical Info | Pt 6 (T-Z)

Series Introduction And Index

COLOUR CODE

Blue = Native American or married Native American

Orange = Religious Order (non-Native)

Brown = Military, explorer, government (non-Native)
Green = Writer, scholar (non-Native)
Red = All Others (non-Native)

Taffanel de la Jonquiere, Jacques-Pierre, Marquis

Naval officer, governor general of Canada, 18th century

Link:

TAFFANEL DE LA JONQUIÈRE, JACQUES-PIERRE, Marquis

Tarbell, John

Captive, 17th century

Link:

TARBELL, JOHN

Tareha

(aka Atarhea, Tarrigha, Tarsha, Tharca) Oneida chief, 17th century

Link:

TAREHA

Teganissorens

Onondaga chief, orator, 17th/18th centuries

Link:

TEGANISSORENS

Tekakwitha, Kateri (Catherine)

(aka Tagaskouita, Tegakwitha), early Christian, 18th century

Link:

TEKAKWITHA, Kateri

Tekarihoken

(aka Tegarihogen, Tegarioguen, Teharihogen, Teharihoguen, Thearihogen) , chief of the Turtle Clan, 17th century

Link:

TEKARIHOKEN

Thayendanegea

(aka Thayendanegen, Thayeadanegea, Joseph Thayendanegea, and Joseph Brant), Mohawk interpreter, 19th century

Link:

THAYENDANEGEA

Theyanoguin

(aka Teoniahigarawe, Tiyanoga, Tee Yee Neen Ho Ga Row or more correctly Deyohninhohhakarawenh, White Head, Hendrick, King Hendrick), Mohawk diplomat, orator, warrior, 18th century

Link:

THEYANOGUIN

Togouiroui, Joseph

(aka Togoniron, Kryn, Cryn, Athasata, Adhasatah), Joseph (Sosé), chief, 17th century

Link:

TOGOUIROUI, Joseph, Great Mohawk

Tournois, Jean-Baptiste

Jesuit missionary, 18th century

Link:

TOURNOIS, JEAN-BAPTISTE

Wenemouet

(aka Wenemowet, Wenemuit, Winnenimmit, Awenemwet, Nimimitt, Nimquid; and after 1726, Wenongonet, Wenungenit, Wenoggenet, Wanungonet, Ouenanguenet), Penobscot chief, 18th century

Link:

WENEMOUET

Williams, Eleazer

(aka Onwarenhiiaki, chief, minister, 18th century)

Link:

WILLIAMS, ELEAZER

Williams, Eunice

(aka Marie, Maria, Marguerite, Margarett, Gannenstenhawi & Ouangote, Aongote, Gonˀaongote), captive, 18th century

Link:

WILLIAMS, EUNICE

Williams, John

Captive, minister, 17th century

Link:

WILLIAMS, JOHN

Williams, Thomas

(aka Tehoragwanegen, Teholagwanegen, Tehora Kwanekeu & Thomas Théoragwanegon), chief, 19th century

Link:

WILLIAMS, THOMAS

Young, John

Businessman, 19th century

Link:

YOUNG, JOHN

December 20, 2011 - Posted by | . |

1 Comment »

  1. My Grt Grt grandfather b 1784 Ignace Awennaietha Rice married Felicite Atisenhanonne their marriage took place Jan 24,1804 place of marriage was St,Francois Xavier Caughnawaga Que his sponsor was chief Jacques Tareha he drowned Lake Superior Sept 26,1816 Judy Rice

    Comment by Judy Rice | July 20, 2013 | Reply


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