Charles P. Chouteau.

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  • United States. -- Congress -- Private bills,
  • Bills, Private -- United States,
  • United States -- Claims

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Other titlesChouteau, Charles P., War claim
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FormatElectronic resource
Pagination10 p.
Number of Pages10
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Open LibraryOL16027534M

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Get this from a library. Letter: New York, to Charles P. Chouteau, Esq. in St. Louis, Mo., May [Pierre Chouteau; Charles P Chouteau; Edward E Ayer; Edward E. Ayer Manuscript Collection (Newberry Library); Newberry Library.] -- Leter, dated May 4, in New York, from Pierre Chouteau, Jr., to his son, Charles P.

Chouteau in Saint Louis, writes to his son while. Charles was born in He was the son of Pierre Chouteau and Emilie Gratiot. He passed away in This profile is a collaborative work-in-progress. Can you contribute information or sources. Sources ↑ First-hand information as remembered by Rosina Schultz, Thursday, Janu Replace this citation if there is another : Dr.

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& Co. Letterbooks, ; Charles P. Chouteau Letterbooks, ; and Estate Papers and. The son of Pierre Chouteau, Jr. and Emelie (Gratiot), Charles was born and died in St. Louis. He was married to Julia A. Gratiot, daughter of Charles and Ann (Belin) on 27 Nov They were the parents of Emilie Henshaw; Pierre who Charles P.

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This is going to sound a bit strange, but I sure do love roads. That’s right, roads. And by “roads”, I mean the streets, avenues, and. (8) That since the deaths of the said Sire, Sarpy, Sanford, and Chouteau, and in the years andand since then, the defendants Charles P.

Chouteau and Julia Maffitt, claiming as the heirs at law and devisees of the said P. Chouteau, Jr., to be owners of said real property in Minnesota, town lots and lands, have sold property outside. A) Volume 5, p. Their information is given here as a historical reference and is presented "as is." Their book, like many such cemetery listing compilations, may contain errors.

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But, for Marsh and Weber, their adventure was just beginning. At Fort Union, they cross-decked to the accompanying steamer Chippewa, as Charles P.

Chouteau, manager of the American Fur Company, executed his plan to extend steam boating to Fort Benton, the head of navigation on the Missouri River some miles above Fort : Ken Robison.

Last name First name Newspaper title Date Year Page Col. Topic; Cabanne: Charles P. Revue: Jul: 3: C: dead of a chronic illness: Charles P. Chouteau.

book L. Revue: Apr. Another version of Kingshighway’s origin comes from a man named Charles P. Chouteau, a descendant of the co-founder of St. Louis, Auguste Chouteau.

InCharles Chouteau explained to a local newspaper that Kingshighway did not originate as an Indian trail. Pierre Chouteau, a member of a St. Louis fur trading family, was born in St. Louis, Missouri (Janu ), the son of Jean Pierre and Pelagie (Kiersereau) Chouteau.

make an entertaining chapter in any book of adventure." But, for Marsh and Weber, their adventure was just beginning. At Fort Union, they cross-decked to the accompanying steamer Chippewa, as Charles P. Chouteau, manager of the American Fur Company, executed his Author: Ken Robison.

The biggest sections were owned by Charles P. Chouteau, Julia Maffitt and Isabella DeMunn. The preliminary opening of Forest Park took place on the 29th of June, While St.

Louis set about acquiring what is now Forest Park inthere was found no provision in the charter for purchasing property beyond the City Limits. Auguste Chouteau helped his foster father, Pierre Laclède Liguest, found the city of St. Louis. Auguste and his half-brother, Pierre, became successful fur traders, businessmen, and government officials.

During their lifetime, the Chouteaus were the most prominent and powerful family in St. Louis. Auguste Chouteau made the first survey of the village, under order of the Spanish authorities, but the map of the village, has not been preserved, according to Gabriel La Trail, one of the oldest residents of St.

Charles inwho said “he assisted in the survey”. He was one of the principal witnesses before Commissioner Hunt testifying. Charles P. Chouteau.

Stone, of Kentucky, from the Committee on War Claism, submitted the following report. ([Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, ]) (page images at HathiTrust) The "Charles Pacheco colony" ([Ensenada, Baja California, ]), by David Goldbaum (page images at. F: i: Mary Anna CHOUTEAU was born 13 Jan and 6 Feb F: ii: Joseph Gesseau CHOUTEAU was born 21 Jan and 6 Feb M: iii: Charles CHOUTEAU was born 31 Jul and 19 May He died 19 Feb + F: iv: Augustine Pegit CHOUTEAU was born 2 Jan ; M: v: Louis CHOUTEAU was born 9 Feb and 15 Apr Sale of slave at auction from the Estate of Auguste Chouteau to Henry Chouteau, signed Cerre Chouteau and T.F.

Smith, Septem jpg 5, × 7,; MB Sale of slaves of the estate of Auguste Chouteau, deceased, made at auction, Septem jpg 5, × 7,; MBDifferent from: Chouteau (family name has to use. > | Index main page > | Index to Saint Louis City Wills | Date ranges covered by individual volumes > | Index to Saint Louis Wills | Books M - J2 Photocopies of indexed articles may be requested by email from the History and Genealogy Department.

Limit of three. Copies of papers dealing with the fur trade in the Missouri and Mississippi valleys, from the originals at the Missouri Historical Society in St. Louis, consisting of: papers of Pierre Chouteau, Auguste Chouteau, and Pierre Chouteau, Jr., ; 2 letter books of Charles Gratiot, ; letter book of Cabanné and Company, Detailed profile of Dr.

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Louis, and Christened in St. Louis King Fr. Louis. Charles married Ann Belin on 22,Apr She was born inand died in St. LoDec, aged 87years. Dear Charles I think that it is awesome that you published my Grandfathers name in the Book The life and Crimes of Randolph Franklin Dial. I have often wondered about my family history and was wondering if you had any more information that might shed some light on my family’s past.

That since the deaths of the said Sire, Sarpy, Sanford, and Chouteau, and in the years andand since then, the defendants Charles P. Chouteau and Julia Maffitt, claiming as the heirs at law and devisees of the said P.

Chouteau, Jr., to be owners of said real property in Minnesota, town lots and lands, have sold property outside of. CHOUTEAU, A. P., Colonel * - Explorer and Pioneer Trapper of the Old West CHOUTEAU, August Pierre CHOUTEAU, Charles P. * - Captain of family steamboats CHOUTEAU, Francois CHOUTEAU, Jean Pierre * - known as The Father of Oklahoma and The Elder CHOUTEAU, Marie Therese Bourgeois, Madame * – of New Orleans CHOUTEAU, Rene Auguste– (Don Augustin) *Seller Rating: % positive.

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Viewable portions of this collection are available for on-site use only in the Rare Book and Manuscripts Reading Room. There are 48 phone book listings for people that are named Charles Sasser.

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Concerns trade activities and includes list of travel expenses for Charles P. Chouteau. Digital version. Rolette, Prairie du Chien, to Messrs. Chouteau and McKenzie, Ma ALS. Asks about the fullfillment of a memorandum from himself and one from Jean Baptiste Faribault.

Footnotes. 1 Frank H. Hodder, ed., The Present State of European Settlements on the Mississippi by Captain Philip Pittman (Cleveland, ), 2 A.

Nasatir, Before Lewis and Clark (St. Louis, ), I, 3 Failing to establish a foothold in the Blackfoot country and its party attacked by the Arikara inthe Rocky Mountain Fur Company abandoned the Upper Missouri and. Jean-Pierre Chouteau (10 October – 10 July ) was a French Creole fur trader, merchant, politician, and slaveholder.

An early settler of St. Louis from New Orleans, he became one its most prominent citizens. Also called Jean-Pierre Chouteau, Sr., or Pierre Chouteau. The Chouteau power plant is located in northeastern Oklahoma inside the MidAmerica Industrial Park in Pryor, Oklahoma.

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Includes a typescript copy of the Missouri Fur Company record book (). This microfilm set also includes a name index titled \"Index to the Microfilm Edition of the American Fur Trade Ledgers at the Missouri Historical Society\" (published in ) (microfilm reel 23).\/P>\n\n.

Some French.\/P>\n\n. In the late eighteenth century, the vast, pristine land that lay west of the Mississippi River remained largely unknown to the outside world.

The area beckoned to daring frontiersmen who produced the first major industry of the American West--the colorful but challenging, often dangerous fur trade. At the lead was an enterprising French Creole family that founded the city of St.

Louis in AUGUSTE CHOUTEAU'S HEIRS v. THE UNITED STATES. Decided: NotFound. marked No. 3, and which said plat and certificate were recorded in book A, p. 43, No.

82, in the office of said surveyor, as by reference to the said certificate and to said record in the office of the surveyor of this district will appear; that said decrees so made by said. Pierre Chouteau, Jr., (born Jan.

19,St. Louis [U.S.]—died Sept. 6,St. Louis, Mo.), American western entrepreneur who started in the Indian trade and died a multimillionaire. Chouteau’s father, born Jean Pierre Chouteau, was a half brother of Auguste Chouteau, being the son of Marie Thérèse (Bourgeois) Chouteau and Pierre Laclède Liguest.

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Chouteau had married Julie Gratiot Cabanne’s sister Emilie. At this same time Cabonne also sold Pierre Chouteau a tract of land “allotted to John P. Cobanne on petition for partition between John Pierre Cabanne, Charles S. Hempstead and Joseph Klunk.”(58, Book T File Size: 2MB.

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