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Susanne Istagiwin Ha-za-ho-ta-win Pennishon

Female Abt 1785 - 1848  (~ 63 years)


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  • Name Susanne Istagiwin Ha-za-ho-ta-win Pennishon 
    Born Abt 1785  Rum River, Mille Lacs, Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 2, 3
    Gender Female 
    Died 02 Mar 1848  Mendota, Dakota, Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [4, 5, 6
    Buried 1865  Calvary Cemetery, Faribault, Rice, Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [6, 7, 8, 9, 10
    • Originally, she was buried on 2 March 1848 in the Faribault Cript inMendota along with her husband and was among the group of family membersmoved to the Calvary Cemetery in Faribault, MN, in 1865 when railwayconstruction forced their removal.
    Person ID I128  fullereriksen
    Last Modified 2 Nov 2016 

    Father Jean Pennishon,   b. Abt 1750 
    Mother Unknown daughter of Wapasha I,   b. Abt 1750 
    Married Y  [11
    • Some researchers say that Jean Pennishon's name was Antoine PinchonGrgare GIGUIERE from Quebec.
    Family ID F89  Group Sheet

    Family Duncan Graham,   b. 1772, Scotland, UK Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 05 Dec 1847, Mendota, Dakota, Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 75 years) 
    Married Between 1796 and 1802  Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [12, 13
    Children 
    +1. Mary Elizabeth Graham,   b. 15 Jul 1804, Sauk Rapids, Benton, Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 08 Apr 1876, Elizabeth, Otter Tail, Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 71 years)
    +2. Lucy Nancy Graham,   b. Sep 1805, Mendota, Dakota, Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 26 Sep 1888, Fort Totten, Benson, North Dakota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 83 years)
    +3. Sarah Mary Graham,   b. 1811, Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Abt 1841, Wabasha, Wabasha, Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 30 years)
    +4. Jane Graham,   b. 1817, St Peter's River, Dakota, Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1881, Lake Pepin, Goodhue, Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 64 years)
    +5. Alexander Graham, Sr.,   b. 15 Oct 1821, Prairie du Chien, Crawford, Wisconsin, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1866, Faribault, Rice, Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 44 years)
    Family ID F52  Group Sheet

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBorn - Abt 1785 - Rum River, Mille Lacs, Minnesota, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - Between 1796 and 1802 - Minnesota, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - 02 Mar 1848 - Mendota, Dakota, Minnesota, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBuried - 1865 - Calvary Cemetery, Faribault, Rice, Minnesota, USA Link to Google Earth
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  • Headstones
    Graham, Duncan
    Graham, Duncan
    Captain Duncan Graham and his wife Susanna were buried in this plot. The markers had disappeared at the time of this picture (2008)
    Plot: Faribault Plot

    Histories
    Graham, Duncan, an Historical Profile
    Graham, Duncan, an Historical Profile
    The Life and Times of Captain Duncan Graham

  • Sources 
    1. [S33] NDHS, "Ninety Six Years Among the Indians of the Northwest" North DakotaHistory, Volume XV, Jan-Oct 1948, North Dakota Historical Society, (Publisher, North Dakota Historical Society, Bismarck North Dakota, 1948,pp 85-97), GRA-BK2, Section 2., Page 88 states: The elder daughter of Wapasha I married Jean Pennishonand early fur trader. The date of the marriage is unknown. Mrs.Pennishon adopted an indian girl - her sister's daughter who, afterthat, bore the name Susan Pennishon. [page 89, Her name, Istagiminmeans brown eyes] The last of the "Brown Eyes" of whom I shall speaklater, she was also known as "Gray Huckleberry Woman". Since she was adescendant of Opechancanough, the blood of Eastern Algonquains and ofthe Ojibways mingled in her veins with that of the savage Sioux. Shemarried Duuncan Graham, my Grandfather, another early-day trader, whoselife I shall next describe.

      Note: Susanne was not the biological daughter of Jean Pennishon, asstated above she was the daughter of the sister of Mrs. Pennishon (whowas the daughter of Wapasha I) and therefore we must assume that she was100% Indian blood. wlf Nov 2008; Gra-BK2, section 2, p 88.

    2. [S50] Research Notes, MN Genealogical Society, Minnesota Genealogical Society, GRA-GRA, page 1-28+books., This research indicates that she was a 'Santee Sioux Metisse' (mixedIndian Blood); date is from J Ward; Gra-Gra, page 1-30.

    3. [S46] Affidavits, Lake Pepin Half-Breed Land Tract Claimants, USA Government, (National Archives, Washington DC, 1854-56), Various Family Books., In this affidavit (circa 1854), James Wells lists and names his wife andall children except Agnus who was born in 1859. He says that his wife is37 which puts her birth date at 1817, and his age at 51 putting hisbirth as 1803, also marriage date of 1836. The Affidavit states that sheis a half blood and that her mother was a full blood Sioux.; Gra-Wells,page 1-5,6.

    4. [S33] NDHS, "Ninety Six Years Among the Indians of the Northwest" North DakotaHistory, Volume XV, Jan-Oct 1948, North Dakota Historical Society, (Publisher, North Dakota Historical Society, Bismarck North Dakota, 1948,pp 85-97), GRA-BK2, Section 2., Gra-BK2, section 2, p 91.

    5. [S26] NDHS Vol III-Biographies of Early Settlers on Graham's Island, North Dakota Historical Society, (Tribune, State Publishers and Binders, Bismarck North Dakota, 1910 -edited by O.J. Libby), GRA-BK2, Section 3., The Biograph of Duncan Graham on page 217 states, "His widow hazahotawinGraham, died there [Mendota] also on March 2. 1848." The footnoteassociated with this statement reads: "This statement is made onauthority of W.R. Faribault, 107 Chestnut Street, St Louis, Mo."; Gra-Bk2, section 3, page 217.

    6. [S25] Death-Burial Records, St Paul Archdiocese, GRA-GRA, Page 1-1,2., Gra-Gra, p 1-4a.

    7. [S60] Research Notes, Doris McLean, Doris McLean, GRA-FAR1., Gra-Gra, p1-6.

    8. [S61] Book, Early Pioneers of Minnesota & Rice Co, 1959, Lillie Clara Berg, (Lillie Clara Berg, San Leandro, California, USA, 1959), GRA-FAR3, Section 3., When the Milwaukee Railroad was built about 1865, it was routed to runthrough the bluff in Mendota where Jean Baptiste Faribault had a vaultcontaining the bodies of relatives and near relatives. These bodies hadto be moved. That winter sixty teams and sleighs removed the bodies andbrought them to Faribault, Minn., where Alexander Faribault has atemporary vault excavated to the bodies until spring for burial in theground he donated for a cemetery, now known as Calvary Cemetery. Overeighty bodies were buried in that plot.; Gra-Fra3, Section III, p75.

    9. [S41] Letter, Ravox to J. Buisson 1884, A. Ravox (Catholic Priest), (15 January 1884), Ful-CW4, page 5., In the letter Ravox states "Your grandmother was also very old, but Icannot tell you her age what was her age when she died".; Gra-Gra, p1-18 to 20.

    10. [S37] Research Notes, Charles E. Cratte, Charles Edward Cratte, (Received March 7, 1984), GRA-CRAT, page 1-50., Gra-Gra, p 1-24.

    11. [S33] NDHS, "Ninety Six Years Among the Indians of the Northwest" North DakotaHistory, Volume XV, Jan-Oct 1948, North Dakota Historical Society, (Publisher, North Dakota Historical Society, Bismarck North Dakota, 1948,pp 85-97), GRA-BK2, Section 2., Page 88 states: "An elder daughter of Wapasha I married Jean Pennishonan early-day fur trader."; Gra-BK2, section 2, p 88.

    12. [S33] NDHS, "Ninety Six Years Among the Indians of the Northwest" North DakotaHistory, Volume XV, Jan-Oct 1948, North Dakota Historical Society, (Publisher, North Dakota Historical Society, Bismarck North Dakota, 1948,pp 85-97), GRA-BK2, Section 2., The document states: "Taking a wife about 1796, Graham married SusanPennishon, whose Indian name was 'Istagiwin' meaning 'Brown Eyes'. Thename had been given to the first cross between the whites and the SanteeIndians."; Gra-BK2, section 2, p 89.

    13. [S45] Research Notes, Dr Phillip Graham Reedy Family, Dr Phillip Graham Reedy Family, Ful-Sum2, pictures., Research states: "About 1800 he married Susanne ..... who was known asthe Gray Huckleberry woman"; Gra-Gra, p 1-26.