Biografi for: William Raymond Jeannotte
William Raymond Jeanotte (Bill) was an enrolled member of the Turtle Mountain Chippewa or Ojibwe Tribe as heir of Jusine Langer (Longie).
He inherited the following Homestead in Northe Dakota as stated in the official papers:
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
To all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting:
WHEREAS, an Order of the authorized officer of the Bureau of Indian Affairs is now deposited in the Bureau of Land Management, partitioning the allotment of Justine Langer, an Indian of the Turtle Mountain Chippewa Tribe, and directing that, pursuant to the Act of May 18, 1916 (39 Stat. 123), a trust patent issue to among a number of others to
William R. Jeanotte, 304012133,
and to the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians, heirs of Justine Langer, for the following described land:
Fifth Principal Meridian, North Dakota, T. 162 N., R. 70 W., sec. 31, lot 3, IIIcontaining 37.62 acres, Patent Number 33-2003-0002
NOW KNOW YE, that the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, in consideration of the premises, hereby declares that it does and will hold the undivided interests in the land above-described in trust for the sole use and benefit of the above named Indians, in accordance with the terms of said order to wit to among a number of others to
William R. Jeanotte, 304012133, an undivided 1120/2110390 interest;
and to the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians an undivided 1566070/2110390 interest; subject to all statutory provisions and restrictions as declared in the original trust patent covering the said land.
This patent shall not operate to extend the trust period declared in original trust patent No. 59196 issued May 4, 1939, as extended SUBJECT TO: 1. A prior reservation of minerals;
1940 United States Federal Census
William Jeanotte. Age2. Estimated Birth Year 1938. Race Indian (Native American). Birthplace North Dakota. Marital Status Single. Relation to Head of House Son. Home in 1940 Township 162 Range 70, Rolette, North Dakota. Attended School or College No. Highest Grade Completed None
Ernestine M Jeanotte 37, Joseph A Jeanotte 32, Joseph A Jeanotte Jr 15. Irene Jeanotte 13. Henry Jeanotte 11. Helen Jeanotte 9. Wayne Jeanotte 4. William Jeanotte 2.
U.S., General Land Office Records, 1776-2015 No Image
William R Jeanotte. Issue Date: 22 Jan 2003. Place: Rolette, North Dakota, USA. Meridian: 5th PM. Township: 162n. Range: 070W. Aliquots: Lot/Trct 3. Section: 31. Accession Number: 33-2003-0002. Document Number: 0.
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William Raymond "Billy Jack" Jeannotte, 71, of Glasgow
He was preceded in death by his parents; brothers Henry "Blue" and Fran "Cisco" Jeannotte; and sisters Irene Handley and Rena Jeannotte. He met his life partner, Carolyn Bachtold, in 1978. He is also survived by his children, Toni (Vaughn) Lodge, Cindy Jeannotte and John (Cindy) Jeannotte, all of Spokane, Wash., and Kathy (Gary) Fuchs of Billings; grandchildren Dylan (John) Lodge-Dressler of Spokane and Derek and Dustin Fuchs of Bozeman
William Raymond "Billy Jack" Jeannotte, 71, of Glasgow, an Army veteran, died of natural causes Wednesday at the Billings Clinic. A celebration of his life is 3 p.m. Saturday at Bell Mortuary Chapel in Glasgow. A second service will be held in the spring at Medicine Lake.
Billy Jack, born Dec. 12, 1937, in Belcourt, N.D., to Ernestine and Alfred Jeannotte, died Dec. 9, 2009, in Billings with his family at his side. Bill was an enrolled member of the Turtle Mountain Chippewa Tribe. He moved to Medicine Lake in 1941. Recognized as an outstanding athlete, he graduated from Medicine Lake High School in 1955 and remained a true "Honkers" fan. He married Patricia Christensen (divorced) with whom four children were born.
Bill served in the Army at Fort Lewis, Wash., and in Albuquerque, N.M. He worked for Penney's, did custom combining for Roscoe Knudsen and Glen Rohde, drove school bus for many years and farmed.
Billy Jack loved all sports, but especially football, enjoyed watching Jeopardy, working cross-word puzzles, reading, and especially loved his dogs Bear and Sugar. He spoke fondly of his trip to Vermont with his mother many years ago, loved the annual reunions during St. Ann's Day with family in North Dakota, and loved having dinner at Eugene's on Friday nights.
He was preceded in death by his parents; brothers Henry "Blue" and Fran "Cisco" Jeannotte; and sisters Irene Handley and Rena Jeannotte.
He met his life partner, Carolyn Bachtold, in 1978. He is also survived by his children, Toni (Vaughn) Lodge, Cindy Jeannotte and John (Cindy) Jeannotte, all of Spokane, Wash., and Kathy (Gary) Fuchs of Billings; grand-children Dylan (John) Lodge-Dressler of Spokane and Derek and Dustin Fuchs of Bozeman; siblings George Longie of Medford, Ore., Al Jeannotte of San Antonio, Texas, Helen Day of Seattle, Wash., Janice Hodges of Medicine Lake, and Carol Olson of Dagmar. He will also be missed by numerous beloved nieces and nephews, his special cousins, and many dear friends and neighbors.
Memorials are suggested to the Northeast Montana Chapter of Relay for Life, Attn: Carolyn Bachtold, 912 Valley View, Glasgow, MT 59230. Condolences may be posted online at www.gftribune.com/obituaries.
William R. "Bill" Jeannotte. BIRTH 12 Dec 1937. Belcourt, Rolette County, North Dakota, USA. DEATH 9 Dec 2009 (aged 71). Billings, Yellowstone County, Montana, USA. BURIAL Medicine Lake Cemetery, Medicine Lake, Sheridan County, Montana, USA. MEMORIAL ID 144033447 · View Source: