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Marie Rose Grant Extended Research

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Introduction

This page contains extended research and transcriptions compiled by Dale Mutter regarding Métis woman Marie Rose Grant, daughter of Cuthbert Grant and Marie McGillis, wife of Pierre Gariepy.

Marie Rose should not be confused with her older half-sister Maria, who married Pascal Breland.

Research

Birth and Baptism

No sources located

1848 Marriage

Pierre Gariepy was born in 1826.  He married Marie Rose Grant, daughter of Cuthbert Grant and Marie McGillis, on 10 Sep 1848. Marie Rose Grant was born between 1828 and 1832.
Marie Rose Grant, b. between 1828 and 1832; m. Pierre Gariepy.
M. 113: Pierre Gariepy & Marie Grant
Le dix septembre mil huit cent qurante huit apres le publication de _ banns faite au _ de la _ _ , entre Pierre Gariepy, fils majeur de _ Francois Gariepy et de Louise Gladu _ _ et Marie Rose Grant, fille mineur de Cuthbert Grant et de Marie McGillis... (transcription incomplete)
On the tenth of September one thousand eight hundred and forty eight after the publication of _ banns made in _ of the _ _, between Pierre Gariepy, adult son of _ Francois Gariepy and Louise Gladu _ _ and Marie Rose Grant, minor daughter of Cuthbert Grant and of Marie McGillis... (transcription incomplete)

1870 Census

At the time of the 1870 Manitoba census, Marie Rose (age 50) was residing at St. Francois Xavier, Manitoba, along with her husband Pierre (age 48) and twelve of their children: Calixte (age 28), Charles (age 26), Cuthbert (age 23), Daniel (age 21), Romuald (age 19), Patrice (age 16), Francois (age 14), Alexandre (age 12), Louis (age 11), Andre (age 9), Elise (age 7), and Marie Rose (age 4). Researcher's note: These ages almost all appear to be inflated, based on later census records.

1881 Census

At the time of the 1881 census of Canada, Marie Rose (age 57) and Pierre (age 55) were enumerated in the Prince Albert district of Saskatchewan, along with eight of their children and several extended family members: Charles (age 32, their son), Virginie (age 22, his wife), Patrice (age 22, their son), Francois (age 21, their son), Alx. (age 17, their son), Louis (age 15, their son), Rose (age 14, their daughter), Andre (age 13, their son), Jean (age 10, their son), Adeline (age 4, their grandchild), and Justine (age 2, their grandchild).

  • "Canada Census, 1881," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MV6N-7BZ : 2 March 2021), Marie Gariepé in household of Piere Gariepé, Prince Albert, Northwest Territories, Canada; from "1881 Canadian Census." Database with images. Ancestry. (www.ancestry.com : 2008); citing Piere Gariepé, citing Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa, Ontario.

1891 Census

At the time of the 1891 census, Marie Rose (age 67) and Pierre (age 66) were enumerated again at Prince Albert, along with three of their children: Louis (age 24), Andre (age 21) and John (age 19).

1900 Scrip Claim for Deceased Son Patrice

On 17 Jul 1900, Marie Rose claimed Métis scrip on behalf of her deceased son, Patrice:

North-West Halfbreed Claims Commission 1900
at: Maple Creek
appeared: Mary Garriepy nee Grant
as a witness on behalf of: deceased son Patrice
Residence: Bear Creek Assn.
Knowledge of deceased: Yes, I was his mother
Birth of deceased: At White Horse Plains, about forty two years ago
Parents of deceased: Pierre Garriepy, hbd (son of Francois Garriepy and Julie Gladu), Mary Grant, hbd (daughter of Cuthbert Grant and Mary McGillis)
Patrice never received scrip, neither did I or my husband. All my family received scrip except Romuald and Patrice. I applied for this scrip at Batosh at the first scrip commission but could not get it. Patrice was 22 years old when he died at St. Laurent. We left Manitoba the year of the first Rebellion and never went back there to live again. We went to Batoshe where were lived for over 30 years. He died about 17 years ago at Duck Lake.
Sworn: at Maple Creek, 17 July 1900, by Mary Garriepy (her mark)

1900 Supporting Statement for son John's Scrip Claim

On 11 Jul 1900, John Gariepy, a resident of Bear Creek, completed a Métis scrip application at Maple Creek, which included the following sworn statement from his mother:

Mary Garriepy née Grant. I am the mother of John Garriepy the claimant. My father's name was Cuthbert Grant and my mother Marie McGillis. My husband's (Pierre Garriepy's) father was Francois Garriepy and his mother Mary Gladu. My son John will be twenty six years old this fall. He was born at Batoche.

1901 Census

No sources located

1906 Census

No sources located

1911 Census

At the time of the 1911 census, Marie Rose (age 92) was residing at the household of her son Charles in Estevan, Saskatchewan.

  • "Recensement du Canada de 1911," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QVB8-PB7J : 16 March 2018), Mary Gardapa in entry for Charles Gardapa, 1911; citing Census, Assiniboia Sub-Districts 1-32, Saskatchewan, Canada, Library and Archives of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario; FHL microfilm 2,418,584.

(?) Death

Marie Rose Gariepy passed away sometime after the 1911 census was taken.

While some researchers posit that Marie Rose passed away sometime between 1892 and 1899, she was completing scrip documents in Jul 1900, and residing with her son Charles in 1911.





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