Louis Couc-Montour: (1659 - ?)
He was the son of Pierre Couc & Marie Miteouamigoukoue. He married [1st.] Marie-Madeleine Socokie in 1683 & [2nd.] to Jeanne Quigesiag/Quiquetigoukoue in 1688) and their children were; Jacques (bap.1684), Marie-Madeleine (bap.1687), Joseph (bap.1688), Francois (b.abt.1690) & Marie-Anne (b.abt.1691).
Louis was employed by Francois Boisguillot at the "laBaie des Puans" in 1688 and in August of 1692 he was hiring for "des 8ta8ois.
Andrew Montour: (abt.1700 - ?)
He was the son of Roland (Telenemut) Montour & a Iroquois woman, born in a Seneca village in New York. Andrew married Sarah Ainse (1728-1823) in 1745 and their son was Nicolas (abt.1760-1808). He was at Pickawillany with Croghan & Gist in 1751 & had a brother (Lewis/Tanweson) who was an interpreter for the French. Sarah later became a trader at Detroit and was married at least four times.
Nicolas Montour I: (abt.1756 - 1808)
He was the son of Andrew Montour & Sarah Ainse (bapt. at the First Dutch Reformed Church in Albany, New York) and married Genevieve Wills in Montreal in 1798. His son Nicolas II was at Ft.Vermillion on the Saskatchwan River 1804-06.
Nicolas was a clerk for Joseph & Benjamin Frobisher on the Churchill River in 1774 and a clerk for Barthelemi Blondeau in 1777. He became a partner in the North West Co. in 1784 and was at Fort des Prairies with Peter Pangman in the winter of 1790. He retired temporarily from the fur trade in 1792, but in 1797 was in partnership with David-Alexander Grant & William Grant.
He married Geneveva-Amable Sicard and their son Jean-Marie was born in Detroit in 1769.
Joseph Montour I: (1811 - ?)
He married Angelique Barette (she was 1/4 Medawahkanton) and their children were Joseph II (b.abt.1841), Amelia (Emily) (b.abt.1843), Sylvester (b.abt.1845), Marie Lou (b.abt.1848), Charles (b.abt.1849) & Josephine (b.abt.1855). The children were all born in Wisconsin and later moved to St.Paul, Minnesota.
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