Campbell, Archibald John
(1755-1808)
Ninse
(-1801)
Fromme dit Menagre, Louis
Campbell, Antoine Scott
(1790-1851)
Menagre, Margaret
(1799-1892)

Campbell, Antoine Joseph
(1825-1913)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Dalton, Mary Ann

2. Frienier, Louise

Campbell, Antoine Joseph 2

  • Born: 25 Nov 1825, Mendota, MN 3
  • Marriage (1): Dalton, Mary Ann on 19 Oct 1845 in St Paul, Minnesota Territory 1
  • Marriage (2): Frienier, Louise
  • Died: 9 Jan 1913, Camp Release Township, Lac qui Parle County, MN at age 87 4
  • Buried: St Joseph Cemetery, Montevideo, Chippewa, MN 3

bullet   Other names for Antoine were Joseph S. 5 and Kanginapin.

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bullet  General Notes:

CAMPBELL, JOSEPH - Joseph, eldest son of Scott Campbell of St. Paul, was born at Fort Snelling in about 1823. He was at Yellow Medicine when the outbreak that led to the Mankato executions of 1862 occurred, and was forced by the Indians against his will to accompany them. In a later trial, Joseph Campbell was adjudged innocent of any complicity in the killings, and, in fact, by his kindnesses and aid to prisoners, actually was deserving of praise. He also wrote the letters from Little Crow to General Sibley which led to the negotiations by which the white prisoners were released. [Williams, J. Fletcher. A History of the City of Saint Paul to 1875. St. Paul, Minnesota Historical Society, 1983. and Minnesota Territorial Census 1850. Minnesota Genealogical Journal, Minnesota Historical Society, 1972.]


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Antoine married Mary Ann Dalton, daughter of Unknown and Unknown, on 19 Oct 1845 in St Paul, Minnesota Territory.1 (Mary Ann Dalton was born on 14 Feb 1828 in Shawneetown, IN 1 and died in 1866 in St Peter, Nicollet, MN 6.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

Marriage Fact. 7 Henry Jackson, a leading St. Paul merchant, occiciated at the wedding.


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Antoine next married Louise Frienier. (Louise Frienier was born about 1835 8.)


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Sources


1 Annette Atkins, Creating Minnesota, From page 50. .... Campbell, Cecelia. .... John S. Wozniak, Contact, Negotiation and Conflict: An Ethnohistory of the Eastern Dakota, 1819-1839, Page 122.

2 1865 MN Census, Traverse Twp, Nicollet County, MN. .... Renville, Tom, Tom Renville's posting on Rootsweb website (Tom Renville
1907 46th Ave NE, Apt 206
Columbia Heights, MN 55421
thomas_edworthy@yahoo.com
http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=PED&db=thomas281&id=I156413). .... Edited by Gary Clayton Anderson & Alan R Woolworth, Through Dakota Eyes (Minnesota Historical Press 1988 - ISBN no.0-87351-215-4 & ISBN 0-87351-216-2), 44. .... State Census.

3 www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 17131419.

4 www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 17131419. .... (http://people.mnhs.org/dci/), CERTID# 1913-MN-006178.

5 Santee-Sioux Reservation, NE 1885 Indian Roll (http://ftp.us-census.org/pub/usgenweb/census/_na/1885-1930/ne/santee-sioux/).

6 Annette Atkins, Creating Minnesota, Page 57. .... obituary, Obituary of Antoine Joseph Campbell.

7 Campbell, Cecelia. .... Annette Atkins, Creating Minnesota, Page 50.

8 1902 Indian Rolls Santee-Sioux Reservation Nebraska, Page 7, #104.


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