Some of the Ancestors of Jacques Shocco Godfroy have been also found in error because of the discovered discrepancies the family lines of the page titled CORRECTION TO GENEALOGICAL FILE OF THE BOOK in the book mentioned above. Therefore, we are publishing this brief outline of some of the descendants of Shocco Godfroy.
We are in hopes that this will help many others to find their correct family lines, and also help to eliminate any confusion as to whether this family line has Wea Indian Blood. Please keep in mind that this is only “one” (1) direct line from Shocco Godfroy and that there are many others.
In the future, there will be an updated version of this book, Volume-I Genealogy printed and published, hopefully in 2015 or 2016. Until then lets make the corrections to these lineages known to the public, so that they may correct their family lineage and history.
For previous Ancestors, lineages and other wives/husbands of individuals please see page titled
CORRECTION TO GENEALOGICAL FILE OF THE BOOK
1. Jacques (James) Shocco6 Godfroy (Jacques Godfroy5 de Mauboeuf, James Jean Jacques4 Godfroy, Jean "Col. John" Godfroy3 de Mauboeuf, Jean Baptiste Godfroy2 de Linctot, Pierre Godefroy Lord1) was born January-06-1722 in Fort Detroit, New France, Lower Canada, now Michigan, and died June-29-1795 in British Fort Detroit, New France, Lower Canada, now Michigan. He married (1) Frances Thuillier Desvignets L'Evelille January-09-1747 in Fort Kaskaskia, Illinois Country, daughter of Nicholas Cullier and Louise Moral. She was born 1725 in Ohio, and died January-23-1758 in Ohio.
Child of Jacques Godfroy and Frances L'Evelille is:
i. JAMES GABRIEL "JACKO" "CAPTAIN JAMES"7 GODFROY, b. 1746, Fort Kaskaskia, Illinois Territory; d. 1797, Vincennes, Indiana ?; m. (1) MARY MAGDALENE ESTEVE; m. (2) POTOWATOMI WOMAN; m. (3) WEA WOMAN, 1779, Fort Ouiatenon, West Lafayette, Tippecanoe Co., Indiana; b. Abt. 1760, Wea Village of Ouiatenon, Lafayette, Tippecanoe Co., Indiana; m. (4) SAC-A-QUA-TAH, Bet. 1779 - 1784.
More About JACQUES (JAMES) SHOCCO GODFROY:
AKA: Godfroy de Mauboeuf
Burial: June 1795, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.
Military service: British Militia Officer in Pontiac's War
Occupation: Interpreter for the Indians
Residence: Bef. 1761, Detroit, Michigan
Notes for JACQUES (JAMES) SHOCCO GODFROY:
It is also said that Shocco married Chief Little Turtles' daughter Masongequam. Shocco and Louisa were married at Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), but living La Cote Nord (the northern dimension).
Shocco, because of his services as interpreter to the Indians, Godfroy secured as a wife the favorite daughter of a Miami Chief Osage. This occurred after the death of his wife Louisa Chapoton.
1722 - Source #20: Jacques was born in 1722 and was very young when his parents died, and he was raised by his older sister Catherine (1717-1777). Like his father, he made his interest in the Fur Trade.
1753 - Shocco left April 6, 1753 to make a home in Detroit Michigan. He bought land there from Jacques Loderoute of Kaskaskia.
Shocco traveled among the Indians trading between 1745 - 1770. He was a Fur Trader and Interpreter. He traveled with Ottawa Chief Pontiac during his attempt to over throw the British in 1762-1769.
Shocco was very familiar with the Indian languages and became an interpreter and negotiator between the Indians and the Whites. In 1763 an Ottawa Warrior attacked the fort at Detroit and other English Post. Jacques “Shocco” and Dr. Chapoton were sent by the English commander to Treaty with Pontiac and dissuade him from his purpose. However, he would not be influenced; Shocco and other French inhabitants were suspected of encouraging Pontiac and were arrested and charged with treason. Shocco married in 1758 to Louise Clotilde Chapoton, and she died in 1764 leaving him one son named Jacques Gabriel. The senior Jacques “Shocco” would spend the rest of his live caring for his son and eventually deeded him farm lands, implements, cattle, silver, and slaves. He died in 1795.
1763 - 65- May 1763 Ottawa Chief Pontiac sent Jacques Godfroy (This was Shocco, Wea Chief Jacco Tachkeketah Godfroy’s grandfather.) and Mini Chesne, two Detroit Traders, and his most active French supporters, with a force of Indians to the Illinois Tribes, and a Kekionga (Miami) war party eagerly prepared to join them. (BOOK: THE MIAMI INDIANS by: BERT ANSON (c) 1970 MINI CHESNE pg. 65, 69)
1763 - Shocco was convicted to be hung for Treason. During the Siege of 1763 he expoused the cause of the Indians and because he had taken an Oath of loyalty to the British, Shocco was seized and sentenced to hang for treason. He was pardoned by Col. John Bradstreet, but Shocco in return had to take Captain Thomas Morris to Illinois Country.
1751 - Métis Records:
June 1: Monsieur Godefroy under command of Poupart (Poupard) alias LaFleur for Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan).
Francis' was the FIRST wife of Shocco. Frances L'Evelille was a 1/2 blood Kaskaskia Indian woman. Her father was a French soldier, and her mother was a full blooded Kaskaskia Indian woman. (Kaskaskia Under the French Regime.) Some say Francis's mother was Louise Francois Etienne et Marie Moral and a French Soldier. However, I have found 2 sources that state otherwise, that her mother was Mericer.
1. James Gabriel "Jacko" "Captain James"7 Godfroy (Jacques (James) Shocco6, Jacques Godfroy5 de Mauboeuf, James Jean Jacques4 Godfroy, Jean "Col. John" Godfroy3 de Mauboeuf, Jean Baptiste Godfroy2 de Linctot, Pierre Godefroy Lord1) was born 1746 in Fort Kaskaskia, Illinois Territory, and died 1797 in Vincennes, Indiana ?. He married (3) Wea Woman 1779 in Fort Ouiatenon, West Lafayette, Tippecanoe Co., Indiana. She was born Abt. 1760 in Wea Village of Ouiatenon, Lafayette, Tippecanoe Co., Indiana.More About James Godfroy and Wea Woman:
Jacko also had a trading post at Fort Ouiatenon. (It is said this is where he married his Wea wife.) Jacko in 1746 married a Wea woman at Ka-wi-a-ki-un-gi. Jacko gave the Wea Village the name of Kawiakiungi meaning "Place of Thorns," located at present day near Thorntown, Boone Co. Indiana.
Jacko had Wea and Miami wives as well. He lived in the 'Old Miami Village" on the Eel River, 6 miles above present day Logansport Indiana. It is here that he had a Trading Post. He also received a land grant from the U.S. Government near Montpelier, Indiana.
Jacko Godfroy had a Potowatomi wife in Michigan, and they had several children; one of whom was named James or Jacques, and he also had a Miami wife.
1. Jacco Tackeketah8 Godfroy (James Gabriel "Jacko" "Captain James"7, Jacques (James) Shocco6, Jacques Godfroy5 de Mauboeuf, James Jean Jacques4 Godfroy, Jean "Col. John" Godfroy3 de Mauboeuf, Jean Baptiste Godfroy2 de Linctot, Pierre Godefroy Lord1) was born 1777 in Indiana / Thorntown Boone Co. / Ouiatenon / or / Oakhill Danville Illinois., and died 1854 in Chester Twp., Wells County, Indiana. He married (2) Nancy MorningStar Hunter Bet. 1816 - 1819 in Possibility Piqua Ohio, or Village of Weauteno (Terre Haute Vigo Co., Indiana), daughter of Felix Hunter. She was born Abt. 1791 in Wea Village of Weauteno, Terre Haute, Vigo Co., Indiana -or- Pennsylvania, and died Bet. 1848 - 1850 in Bluffton, Wells Co., Indiana (?).Children of Jacco Godfroy and Nancy Hunter are:
ii. SARAH GODFROY, b. Abt. 1820, Hamilton Co., Indiana; d. March-15-1887, Henry Co., Indiana; m. WILLIAM JOHNSON; b. Abt. 1815, Hamilton Co., Indiana; d. Durham, MO.
iii. JOHN [SR.] GODFROY, b. February-28-1820, Ohio ?; d. December-13-1878, Henry Co., Indiana; Stepchild; m. SARAH FOREMAN, March-08-1840, Miami County, Indiana -OR- Fort Kaskaskia; b. February-28-1820, Hamilton Co., Ohio; d. March-15-1887, Henry Co., Indiana.
iv. JAMES G. GODFROY, b. 1823, Ohio; d. 1892, Warren, Indiana; Stepchild; m. (1) POTAWATOMI WOMAN; m. (2) MARGARET WILLIAMS, August-10-1836, Henry Co., Indiana; b. 1818, Ohio; d. Indiana; m. (3) REBECCA DAVIS/RICE, 1855, Miami Co. Indiana -OR- Fort Kaskaskia; b. 1819, Indiana; d. March-25-1901, Salem, Washington Twp, Washington Co., Indiana.
v. PHEOBE (PHOEBA) JANE GODFROY, b. April-02-1829, Darke County, Ohio (near Greenville); d. November-06-1874; m. STEPHEN S. SPAULDING, September-02-1849, Wells Co., Indiana; b. December-04-1819, Weston, Virginia; d. October-29-1877, Wells Co., Indiana.
vi. MARY SHINQUOHKEWOKSHQUA GODFROY, b. August-18-1831, Darke Co., Ohio, near Greenville Treaty Grounds.; d. January-24-1883, Chester Twp., Wells Co., Indiana; m. JOHN SHUBAEL FULLER, January-22-1846, New Castle, Henry Co. Indiana; b. January-01-1820, Ohio.
Per Dr. Stewart Rafert: About Jacco's Indian name. Metekekekah = Tall Oak. Tekwa = Oak. Mehtehki ah Kihkwa = Wooden Drum. Rafert also says that Jacco came from the Wea who were in the Kankakee marsh area where the sandhills were covered with oak stands, or islands.
His mothers people were said to have come from the Village of Kawiakiungi "Place of Thorns" Thorntown, Boone Co., Indiana, and that his mother’s peoples village before that was the Old Wea Village now called Oakhill Danville, Illinois.
Jacco Godfroy and his sister Mary live at the Wea Village of Weauteno, Rising Sun, AKA Orchard Town, Terre Haute, Vigo Co., Indiana. (aka The Lower Wea Village). They lived here prior to the beginning of Indiana Territory.
Jacco's principle village was called Weauteno, Rising Sun (aka Old Orchard Town of Wea's and Jacco’s Towne) located on the Wabash River, at present day Terre Haute,Vigo Co., Indiana. Jacco still resided in Weauteno in 1791. After 1818 he moved his people up the Wabash River to a secondary Wea village at the mouth of Sugar Creek. This was Wea War Chief Stone Eater's village. They remained here until sometime after 1825.
Jacco and his family lived on his 1/2 brothers, Miami War Chief Francis Polonzwah Godfroy, Reservation land, the Salamonie Reserve, in Blackford Co., Indiana, South of Wells Co. They lived there between 1826 - 1836, after 1836 they moved to Henry Co. Indiana, and after 1846 they moved to Wells Co. Indiana.
Nancy MorningStar was Wea Chief Felix Hunter's daughter. We have yet to find any further information on Felix. Family oral history says that Felix's Wea Tribe/Band was from Pennsylvania and migrated to Ohio during the Iroquois Wars. Thus in Ohio is where Jacco met MorningStar. However, I have never been able to prove, nor have I ever heard of, any Wea presents in the Pennsylvania area.
1. Mary Shinquohkewokshqua9 Godfroy (Jacco Tackeketah8, James Gabriel "Jacko" "Captain James"7, Jacques (James) Shocco6, Jacques Godfroy5 de Mauboeuf, James Jean Jacques4 Godfroy, Jean "Col. John" Godfroy3 de Mauboeuf, Jean Baptiste Godfroy2 de Linctot, Pierre Godefroy Lord1) was born August-18-1831 in Darke Co., Ohio, near Greenville Treaty Grounds., and died January-24-1883 in Chester Twp., Wells Co., Indiana. She married John Shubael Fuller January-22-1846 in New Castle, Henry Co. Indiana, son of James Shubael Fuller. He was born January-01-1820 in Ohio.
ii. SARAH ANN FULLER, b. June-1848, Chester Twp., Wells Co., Indiana; d. October-23-1917; m. JOHN P. GRAVES, September-16-1869, Wells Co., Indiana; b. May-20-1846, Chester twp. Wells Co., Indiana; d. August 17-1930.
iii. PHEOBE JANE FULLER, b. January-04-1853, Wells Co., Indiana; d. July-24-1898, Wells Co., Indiana; m. (1) JOHN (SR.) ROWE, Never Married. m.(2) DANIEL  SILLS, December-30-1871, Wells Co., Indiana; b. December-22-1847, Wells County (?), Indiana; d. April-11-1877, Wells Co., Indiana; m. (3) JAMES MILIGAN, July-28-1877; m. (4) WILLIAM JARRETTE, August-20-1881, Wells Co., Indiana; b. October-1855, Wells Co., Indiana ?; d. 1938, Wells Co., Indiana.
iv. HARRIETTE ELLEN "ELLA" FULLER, b. April-04-1855, Or April 29th. Wells County, Indiana; d. February 14-1923, Wells County, Indiana; m. (1) STRAUD JIMERSON; m. (2) ALFRED ROWE; m. (3) OWEN FOUST; b. Bet. October-15-1864 - 1865; d. September-11-1925.
v. JAMES S. OR G. FULLER, b. Abt. 1856; d. Bet. 1860 - 1870.
vi. JOHN W. FULLER, b. Abt. 1859, Wells County, Indiana; d. November-1881; m. ELIZABETH HUFFMAN.
vii. GEORGE THOMAS FULLER, b. February-19-1860, Chester twp. Wells Co., Indiana; d. February-20 1940, Wells Co., Indiana; m. LUCINDA "CINDY" ANN BOWEN, November-24-1880, Wells Co., Indiana; b. June-08-1862, Wells Co., Indiana; d. May-05-1950, Wells Co., Indiana.
>viii. WILLIAM FULLER, b. Bet. 1862 - 1864; d. November-1881, Died in his 20's of Typhoid Fever.; m. EDITH WINGFIELD, November-28, Wells Co., Indiana.
John Fullers grandson was Herb Fuller. John died at the age of 78 yrs of Typhoid Fever. They lived around Jalapa Indiana.
John was an illegitimate child; it is uncertain who his biological parents were. John’s father (biological?) was probably from Dearborn Co., Indiana, or Hamilton Co., Ohio. His Biological fathers name may also have been John. (Ed Melton)
Pension Records say he was 66 years old on 12-7-1885, and discharged on 10-3-1865 at the age of 44.
His father's name could have been John Shubael Fuller, and engineer/stone mason.
Census records show that that John's father was born in Massachusetts.
Civil War Records:
131st. 13th Cavalry, January 29, 1864, mustered out on October 3, 1865, Company A.
John became very ill and someone brought him back from the front lines of the War. Some said he wouldn't live, but he did. He was brought back to Indianapolis Indiana for four months. John served two terms in the Civil War.
1. Pheobe Jane3 Fuller (John Shubael2, James Shubael1) was born January-04-1853 in Wells Co., Indiana, and died July-24-1898 in Wells Co., Indiana. She married (1) John (Sr.) Rowe in Never Married. She married (2) Daniel  Sills December-30-1871 in Wells Co., Indiana, son of Joseph Sills and Elizebeth Grimes. He was born December-22-1847 in Wells County (?), Indiana, and died April-11-1877 in Wells Co., Indiana. She married (3) James Miligan July-28-1877. She married (4) William Jarrette August-20-1881 in Wells Co., Indiana, son of George Jarrett and Emmaline Tate. He was born October-1855 in Wells Co., Indiana ?, and died 1938 in Wells Co., Indiana.
1. Laura Ellen3 Sills (Daniel 2, Joseph1) was born December-12-1872 in Chester Twp., Wells Co., Indiana, and died October-31-1951 in Montpellier, Blackford Co., Indiana. She married Samuel Lafayette Foust November-07-1891 in Wells Co., Indiana, son of Isaac Foust and Elizabeth Jones. He was born December-01-1883 in R 113, Knoxville, Knox, Tenn: per SS application, and died May-12-1941.
iii. MARY MABLE FOUST, b. Bet. November-25-1901 - 1902, Wells County, Indiana; d. August-11-1968, Blackford County, Indiana; m. RALPH WEATHERHOLT, May-01-1920, Wells County, Indiana; b. January-22-1902, Christian County, Illinois; d. December-10-1964, Wells County, Indiana.iv. MAUD L. FOUST.
v. VERN E. FOUST, b. August-28-1891, Wells County, Indiana; d. November-22-1943; m. MARGARET ANNA TURNER; b. Abt. 1893, Indiana.
vi. HOMER ALVIE FOUST, b. December-14-1893, Wells County, Indiana; d. July-19-1957; m. RUTH.
vii. NELLIE LEE FOUST, b. December-06-1898, Bluffton, Wells Co., Indiana.Notes for Laura Ellen Sills:
1. Nellie Lee3 Foust (Samuel Lafayette2, Isaac McClellan1) was born December-06-1898 in Bluffton, Wells Co., Indiana, and died June-12-1987 in Richland, Olney, Illinois. She married Lewis Eldridge Boxell May-08-1915 in Bluffton, Wells Co., Indiana, son of Ezekiel Boxell and Margaret Gephart. He was born February-04-1893 in Huntington County, Indiana, and died May-26-1989 in Richland, Olney, Illinois.Children of Nellie Foust and Lewis Boxell are:
v. BETTY IRENE BOXELL, b. January-30-1923, Bluffton, Harrison Twp, Wells Co., Indiana; d. June-29-1994, South Bend, St. Joseph Co., Indiana; m. FRANK ALBERT [JR.] THOMAS, February-29-1940, Bryant, Indiana; b. May-04-1921, Portland, Indiana; d. September-06-2002, MT. Carmel, Wabash Co., Illinois.
vi. HELEN LEVERE BOXELL, b. June-14-1925, Oklahoma; d. January-19-1993; m. JAMES ALFRED [SR.] CALDWELL, Bet. 1942 - 1945, Illinois ?; b. July-02-1919, Arkansas.
vii. NORMAN NEIL BOXELL, b. June-05-1929, Enid, Garfield Co., Oklahoma; m. PEGGY ROSE WELLS, September-05-1948, Illinois; b. July-23-1929, Clay Co., Illinois.viii. HOMER A. BOXELL, b. December-26-1930; d. 1992.
1. June Waniece3 Boxell (Lewis Eldridge2, Ezekiel1) was born June-09-1920 in Huntington, Indiana, and died February-14-2002 in Clermont, Lake Co., Florida. She married (1) Paul Windfield Haffner March-21-1937 in Bryant, Jay Co., Indiana, son of Ralph Haffner and Josaphine Hoover. He was born February-29-1916 in Portland, Jay Co., Indiana, and died February-17-2000 in Clermont, Lake Co., Florida.
Children of June Boxell and Paul Haffner are:
i. (LIVING SON) HAFFNER, b. (omitted) 1938, (omitted) Indiana;
ii. (LIVING SON) HAFFNER, b. (omitted) 1944, (omitted) Indiana;
Notes for June Waniece3 Boxell:
Nationality: Nation of Wea (Waayaahtanwa)
1. Birth, Marriage, and Death Records
3. Brenda K. Haffner Lindley, her granddaughter
4. Her sons
Notes for ALL (LIVING CHILDREN.) of SON’S Haffner:
Nationality: Nation of Wea (Waayaahtanwa)
This family line includes modern day living Wea persons with the surnames listed below, and includes the surnames of many others.
Bell, Boxell, Budash, Bulger, Cook, Caldwell, Day, Eli, Foust, Fuller, Gilland, Graves, Haffner, Jarrette, Jimerson, Lane, Lindley, Malarsh, McHale, Melton, Mendall, Mendenhall, Meyer, Miligan, Rowe, Shadle, Shultz, Sheward, Sills, Thomas, Ulrich, Uptgraft, Weatherholt, Wheeler, and many more.
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