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Re: Claude Pigeau & Francoise Philippe
Posted by: Angela Pigeau (ID *****2596) Date: August 10, 2009 at 12:33:07
In Reply to: Claude Pigeau & Francoise Philippe by Jennifer Narrow Kay of 140


I have a copy of Pierre Pigeon & Jeanne Godard marriage from Basilique Notre-Dame Montreal. In their marriage it states Jeanne was the widow of Simon Roy. Pierre was buried July 25, 1678 in Montreal.

They had 6 children.

Marie baptized November 23, 1663, Montreal she married Charles Henri Barbier-Minime June 13, 1684, Montreal

Etienne baptized September 15, 1665, Montreal buried January 22, 1669, Montreal

Marie-Barbe baptized October 18, 1667, Montreal married Louis Gervais November 25, 1686, Montreal died June 2, 1755, Montreal

Francois baptized September 20, 1669, Montreal married Marie-Madeleine Philippe-Etienne October 15, 1697 Pointe-Aux-Trembles, buried August 1, 1728 Longue-Pointe

Marie-Anne Jeanne baptized February 7, 1672, Montreal married Nicolas Gaudry-Bourbonniere January 7, 1687, Montreal died June 5, 1742, Montreal

Louis baptized May 14, 1675, Montreal married Marie-Agnes Coron January 7, 1702 Montreal died May 24, 1758, Sault-Au-Recollet.

I can email you copies if your interested. You can get them on


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