Holy Angels (Fort Chipewyan) Residential School

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Primary Name(s): Holy Angels (Fort Chipewyan)

Location: Fort Chipewyan, AB

Religious Entity(ies): Catholic

Operating Dates: 1900 -1974

The Holy Angels school was founded 1874 at Fort Chipewyan, in what is now Alberta. The school moved to a new school building in 1881, which was enlarged in 1898, 1904, and 1907. A new school opened in 1944 and in the 1950s a day school operated out of the residential school. Many of the students at the school were Métis or non-Aboriginal. From the 1950s onward Holy Angels increasingly became a child welfare institution. The school closed 1974.


Remembering the Following Students:

Name
Date of Death (Year/Month/Day)
Adeline Lépiné
1929-06-16
Adéline Lépiné
1911-09-01 – 1911-09-31
Alec Gras de Rat
1908-12-12
Alfred Fortin
1901-06-07
Alma Mathilde Evans
1943-08-18
Angelina Margaret Cardinal
1948-01-12
Angelique Marcel
1936-10-14
Annie Laviolette
1900-06-27
Archie Tourangeau
1953-12-31
Catherine Shanari
1889-08-30
Charles Fortin
1916-01-01
Charlotte Mercredi (Holy Angels)
1901-06-12
Charly Cooper
1913-12-29
Christine Fortin
1901-06-09
Chrysostôme Laviolette
1919-01-10
Daniel Tourangeau
1904-01-31
Delphine Anlgué
1889-02-17
Edward Edzéné Tcheli
1901-04-15
Eléonore Ekretcher
1901-06-03
Eliezer Dadzene
1943-02-24
Elisa Boucher
1920-09-09
Elise Aze
1943-08-09
Elise Enare-tchor
1947-06-01
Elise Gooday
1925-12-14
Elizabeth Adam
1947-05-23
Elizabeth Land
1898-06-30
Emile Sep
1923-11-29
Eusèbe Jurannie
1899-11-27
Florence Cawee
1945-06-29
Fred Shanary
1902-10-21
George Robillard
1923-07-12
Gordon Ladouceur
1942-11-07
Hélène Bruno
1943-01-01
Hélène Gooday
1922-04-12
Hélène Takaro
ca. 1930-01-01
Henri Piché
1916-08-01 – 1916-08-31
Isabelle Elénaze
1923-07-06
Isabelle Inzel
1893-08-30
Isabelle Laviolette
1889-04-23
Isidore Mercredi
1875-10-25
James Elmore
1888-03-26
Jean Baptiste Martin
1887-11-02
Jean Jacques Mcdonald
1919-06-01 – 1919-06-30
Jean Lady
1880-08-12
Jean Marie Sepp
1901-05-31
Jimmy Fortin
1910-04-01 – 1910-04-30
Jimmy Robillard
1945-12-31
John Watsare Aze
1901-06-05
Johnny Darrosaze
1923-03-21
Joseph Tourangeau
1909-12-01
Julia Detchen Dzor
1923-10-02
Julianna Piché
1888-11-18
Louis Takaro
1901-01-01
Louis Tobie Piché
1916-03-01 – 1916-03-31
Louis Tourangeau
1949-02-01 – 1949-02-28
Louise Gras de Rat
1901-06-08
Louise Nancy Wakwan
1943-12-31
Lucia Charlougon
1890-05-01
M. Olive Tourangeau
1927-07-23
Madeleine Ctlak’Ale
1891-02-05
Madeleine Kodhnose
1924-04-01 – 1924-04-30
Madeleine Shanary
1941-01-05
Marie Albertine Robillard
1923-09-05
Marie Anne Ratfat
[1946-07-30]
Marie Elizabeth Yadzaray
1904-09-13
Marie Louise Laviolette
1889-04-15
Marie Louise Piché
1943-09-04
Marie Madeleine Dénéyoussé
1904-04-06
Marie Tripderoche
ca. 1879-07-01
Marie Yadzaray
1894-11-27
Marie-Rose Dorrossage
1927-05-24
Mary Bertha Eva Lepiné
1931-07-27
Mary Dénéru
1941-12-31
Modeste Dorrossage
1925-01-25
Narcisse Gazoer
1907-03-10
Patrice Dumas-Sarcee
1946-08-18
Pauline Laviolette
1905-12-24
Philippe Sanderson
1902-09-11
Piché Joseph
1919-05-01 – 1919-05-31
Pierre Flett
1948-01-17
Pierre Paquet
1913-07-03
Rosine Déranger
1910-03-01
Sara Denerou
1904-12-30
Suzanna Grand’Jambe
1903-06-19
Suzanne Dénéganze
1901-03-11
Suzie Many Good
1904-07-14
Thérèse Manderidéf
1923-05-12
Thomas Ladouceur
1942-11-07
Victorine Lépiné
1919-04-23

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