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Nipigon House Post | Ojibway, Chippewa (1911)

Main Index: Native/First Peoples/Metis Surnames | Census Extracts

 

This is part of a larger project to locate surnames carried by Natives, First Peoples and Metis in Eastern Canada. In this series of posts, I list surnames carried by Aboriginal (or part Aboriginal) individuals in the 1901 and 1911 census for the eastern provinces of Canada. Note: There are regular updates including external links (e.g. maps, encyclopedia) and added information (e.g. specific tribal affiliations). The companion series – Native/First Peoples/Metis Surnames of Eastern Canada – Marriage Records contains many of the same surnames as well as others.

 

HOW TO USE  

1. To reach the original census records for the district named below, you can click on the External Links at the bottom of the post.

2. You can also click on many of the individual surnames to reach that listing in one of the census records (usually 1901 or 1911).

3. Surnames highlighted in orange also appear in the Marriage Records (although often spelled differently). 

 


 

Census Data:

Enumeration District: Nipigon House Post, thunder Bay and Rainy River, Ontario (1911)

[Ojibway, Chippewa]

 


 

Agndakonzaianash  –  Agumakeakata

Alegwos  –  Alyvanam  –  Amstohewanshas

Angnekneuce  –  Atcheya??

Atehsonahecs  –  Athek

Ausakworwnasene

 

Bachickaison  –  Backakowans

Bahouich  –  Bewras  –  Bhoos

Bhoos  –  Boina  –  Bonturd

Bullon Angouis

 

Catooneshany

 

Daanakookay  –  Dokagoonis

Dunn

 

Echanguaage  –  Egaas

Eqaasjeegekook  –  Esuimase

Eu??  –  Eulchenaleul  –  Euzhigueb

 

Flatt  –  Fournier

 

Garant

Geesasikeose  –  Geroges  –  Gindakoguset

Gone

 

Hairdesin

Hebleheche  –  Heboosoon

 

James

Jekwayuewth  –  Jetang

Jonval

 

Kabmwito  –  Kanibees

Kanienga  –  Katchick  –  Kavrisasene

Keaieka  –  Keebatasgeeka son

Keginanue  –  Keytrite  –  Kondise

Koshloon  –  Kosjea

 

Labauiushe

Lenaway  –  Luugaohaiwaginon

 

Manosequat  –  Mardakajisaeb

Maweta  –  McGuire  –  Mitened

Moones Ewamail

 

Neeneewosose  –  Neensonok

Negotchah  –  Negrhanch   –  Netamaaiakete

Nicholson  –  Ninwos

Niosegakikowenene

 

Obak way ouwnene  –  Oguaguivis

Ogwiatay  – Oluss  –  Onas  –  Oseuchart

Otahtoe  –  Ozauso

 

Paclemanoons  –  Pafspagis

Papfamayamaiese  –  Pasahcootee  –  Patchegalent

Peetsaksaaheefk  –  Peltabokenusamoose

Peorsonsegabrose  –  Peshmonga

Pishesis

 

Rarniagensqeek

Renat  –  Reni  –  Rsgotash

 

Sangeguon  –  Sassessa

Searaway  –  Seosaivaryl  –  Shanawakahesh

Shaugaskoasche  –  Shears  –  Shecondakenis

Shigok  –  Shkesong  –  Shnakong

Shoonow  –  Shorgaaraingonwasb

Snasoasomay  –  Sukes

 

Taag shooshi  –  Tabanway

Tabasopimis  –  Tabeaches  –  Tabesspimis

Tahhabeche  –  Tahioafimes  –  Tahlehe  –  Tanuunmi

Taylor  –  Tchk chese  –  Tebakkeweneme  –  Tehabeeisonah

Tembrie  –  Theomaabrs   –  Thomas

Tiskesen  –  Tobreotaway  –  Tookfor aaans

Trukeonur

 

Waboosoons  –  Walahoonook

Walrek  –  Warres  –  Washis

Wawrie  –  Wchahawask
Weeson  –  White-Gale  –  White-Laf

White-Lark  –  White-Leaf  – Wigerosa  –  Wigwas

Wijwos  –  Witoracumeak  –  Wyevor

 

?Mahukohoos?

 


 

Related Posts

Index: Ontario Census Extracts

Index: The Ojibwe, Ojibway, Chippewa & Saulteaux in Canadian Census Records

Main Index: Native/First Peoples/Metis Surnames | Census Extracts

Core Index: First Peoples Genealogy and History

 

External Links

Enumeration District 87: Nipigon House Post, Thunder Bay and Rainy River, Ontario (1911)

Hudson’s Bay Company Archives | HBCA Post Maps | Ontario East

Trading with the Hudson’s Bay Company, a case study of the Nipigon

Lake Nipigon: Where the Great Lakes Begin

 

July 21, 2017 - Posted by | . | , , , , , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. I found the last name “Fournier” under this page (https://acanadianfamily.wordpress.com/2017/07/21/nipigon-house-post-ojibway-keep-styling-the-names-and-schedule-for-the-21st/) and am wondering if you can tell me more about the genealogy of this last name. I have a great grandfather by the name of John Fournier and he originally lived in New Brunswick, born there in 1876. I can also tell you that John married Agnes Cordelia Doucet (who is also from New Brunswick, born in 1882), and her mother was Christine Godin (or Marie Christine Godin), all of Gloucester New Brunswick. I have always been told we have first nations and/or Metis heritage and I am trying to trace the bloodlines for my family history. Thank you in advance for any information.

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    Comment by J. Easton | February 7, 2021 | Reply


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