1916 Staff and Student Attendees of the Marieval Indian Residential School

The following transcription is from the 1916 Canadian Census of Prairie Provinces which captured the names of staff and students at the Marieval school.

You can find copies of the census on the government of Canada’s website. The pages that captured this information are from the Indian Reserves electoral district, sub-district description is Crooked Lake Agency, Reserve no. 73 – Cowessess – Qu’Appelle, pages 11 and 12.

Search the 1916 Canadian Census here.

For ease of access, I have linked these pages here (page 11) and here (page 12).

1916 Census Marieval Residential School Staff

Name PositionSexAgeTribal OriginMother Tongue
J.B.BeysPrincipalMale40FrenchFrench
ClaraBoisertMother SuperiorFemale43FrenchFrench
LauraCollinsAssistantFemale34FrenchFrench
ElizaDufaultAssistantFemale37FrenchFrench
GauthierEugeneAssistantMale44FrenchFrench
PeterKerouantonServantMale22FrenchFrench
RoseLangstaffAssistantFemale35IrishFrench
A.LariviereAssistantFemale33FrenchFrench
MariaLe BlancAssistantFemale31FrenchFrench
MaryMousseauAssistantFemale24FrenchFrench
N.A.RoiselleAssistantMale47FrenchFrench

1916 Census Marieval Residential School Students

Name SexAgeTribal OriginMother Tongue
RaphaelAgecoutayMale10CreeCree
ThersaAgecoutayFemale7CreeCree
DelinaAisaicanFemale7CreeCree
IsaacAisaicanMale15CreeCree
MarthaAisaicanFemale15CreeCree
MatthewAisaicanMale7CreeCree
RielAisaicanMale11CreeCree
StephenAisaicanMale11CreeCree
XavierAisaicanMale8CreeCree
MaggieAllaryFemale10CreeCree
MariaAllaryFemale12CreeCree
AlbertBelangerFemale13CreeCree
AlexandreBelangerMale15CreeCree
AlexinaBelangerFemale9CreeCree
SimonBelangerMale8CreeCree
TheophileBelangerMale18CreeCree
ElenoreDelormeFemale13CreeCree
EmeranceDelormeFemale12CreeCree
EmeriseDelormeFemale17CreeCree
FrancoiseDelormeFemale7CreeCree
LeonDelormeMale12CreeCree
PierreDelormeMale14CreeCree
St. PierreDelormeMale13CreeCree
LouisGunnMale10CreeCree
SeraphineLaVallee (Lavallee)Female13CreeCree
TheresaLaVallee (Lavallee)Female16CreeCree
AngusLeratMale15CreeCree
AlexandreLeratMale10CreeCree
AlfredLeratMale9CreeCree
DanielLeratMale13CreeCree
HelenLeratFemale14CreeCree
LouisLeratMale10CreeCree
MargueriteLeratFemale16CreeCree
VeroniqueLeratFemale16CreeCree
MarieNepahpinessFemale14CreeCree
AgnesNesahcamapenessFemale9CreeCree
ElizabethNesahcamapenessFemale17CreeCree
JohnNitamarikeMale9CreeCree
ElizaPeltierFemale15CreeCree
LouisePeltier (Pelletier)Female13CreeCree
MariePeltier (Pelletier)Female18CreeCree
NapoleonPeltier (Pelletier)Male10CreeCree
St. PierreWapamooseMale10CreeCree
HenrietteYoungFemale15CreeCree
VictorYoungMale10CreeCree

Today in the Dauphin Herald – May 28 – 1914

1914 May 28 – Accident on the Lake Road

A bad accident occurred on Monday evening to a party coming home from the lake. A culvert, just east of Caldwell’s old farm, has a plank broken out, and some one had stood a piece of cordwood in the hole; this the team shied at and swerved off the road throwing the while party into the ditch, the vehicle coming on top of them. Miss Nellie Whitmore, one of those in the rig. was badly hurt in the foot, and it will probably be a few days before she will be able to be around again. Several others were badly scratched and shaken up. This culvert has been broken for some days and should certainly have been repaired before now, being a road so frequently used.

1914 May 28 – Sad Death of Baby

Mr. and Mrs. C.F. Smith, who reside a few miles southwest of town, came in Thursday night last to attend the baseball match. They brought their four months’ old baby boy with them. After the match they started for home and reached the house of Mr. Wm. B. Miller, which is just two miles from their farm. They spent a short time at Mr. Miller’s and left for home. At this period the baby was alright, and was on the mother’s breast for a short time afterwards. On reaching home, Mr. and Mrs. Smith discovered, to their horror, that the baby was dead. The child was healthy and there can be but two explanations for its death. One is that it had partaken heartily and choked to death, or, that it was smothered.

1914 May 28 – Winnipegosis

Capt. Dugald McAulay attended the liberal convention at Gilbert Plains last week. He says he heard more about gas and oil than he did about politics while at the western village.
The Standard Lumber Co. will have a task gathering up the logs that drifted about when one of its rafts broke up some time ago. Under the new regulations of the department it is now necessary to pick up timber which is cast about in this way.
J.P. Grenon and Frank Hechter were Dauphin visitors this week.
Petitions are being circulated for signatures to have our little burg incorporated. The move is in the right direction as it is time we cast off our swaddling clothes, that is, if we are ever going to do it.
A meeting was held on the 23rd inst. for the purpose of organizing a lacrosse club, the following officers being elected.
Hon. President – James McGinnis
President – J.P. Grenon
Vice – Jos. Mossington.
Captain – Ned McAulay.
Committee – Harvey Watson, Archie McKerchie Alex Bickle, W. Denby, Sid Coffey, J. Lariviere.
It is understood that Winnipegosis will be represented with a team in the Northern League