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Manuel Jr LISA

Bellefontaine Cemetery
St. Louis City County,

Manuel - also known as Manuel de Lisa
September 8, 1772, New Orleans, LA
August 12, 1820, St. Louis, MO
Son of Christopher and Maria Ignacia Rodriguez Lisa
Spanish fur trader, explorer, and United States Indian agent. He was among the founders in St. Louis of the Missouri Fur Company, an early fur trading company.

Married 8 Aug 1818 Lewis and Clark were among the wedding guests.

Oct. 25, 1782 New London, Connecticut
Sep. 3, 1869 Galena, Illinois
Daughter of Stephen and Mary Hempstead
Second Wife of Manual Lisa
Mary was the first white woman to go into the Indian country along the upper Missouri River.

Manuel Jr
Oct 12 1809
Jun 29 1826
Son of Manuel Lisa and his first wife Mary "Polly" Charles

Contributed on 8/9/13 by tslundberg
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Submitted: 8/9/13 • Approved: 8/9/13 • Last Updated: 4/17/18 • R742303-G742298-S3

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