John St. Cyr
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John M. St. Cyr (abt. 1844)

John M. St. Cyr
Born about in Wisconsin Territory, United Statesmap
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[children unknown]
Died [date unknown] [location unknown]
Profile last modified | Created 14 Nov 2019
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John St. Cyr was a Native American and member of the Ho-Chunk tribe.

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Biography

Birth

According to the 1850 Territorial census, John was born in 1840; but the 1870 Federal census says that he was born in 1844. He is the son of Michel St. Cyr and Julia Angelique, and his half-brother Moses was born in the same year, a fact that may have been covered up in 1850, since their father had two wives at once.

Occupation

The 1870 census states that he was "Capt. of police."

Residence

In 1870 (census), he was living with his half-brother on Moses' farm in McPherson, Blue Earth, Minnesota.

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