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Thanks for your message. Yes, I do have information on this family of Coulons who arrived in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia in 1752. In fact, I just received more updated information in the past two weeks that clarifies things a little more. I haven't had a chance to sort through it yet but I should be able to send it to you shortly. My great uncle, who passed away a couple of years ago, had been researching this branch for about 30 years, in Canada and France, and I just received copies of his notes, etc. recently. You should note, however, that there is no indication that any of these Coulons left Nova Scotia for the United States. I was told by someone recently that Pierre Coulon was a very common name in Montbelliard at that time and several individuals of this name emigrated from France in the 1750s and 1760s. I'll send you the info on this family as soon as I get it together.