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Jean was born about 1636. Jean Bondurant passed away in 1694. 
Jean Pierre inherited his father's extensive land holdings. In addition to the house on la Grand Rue in Génolhac, he owned the mill l'Aribal on the Gardonette River in Génolhac, as well as another mill and a three-story stone house, and land at Cougoussac, near the modern Viaduc de Chamborigaud. Plats of the Cougoussac property show the millrace, and the long arched span of the Viaduc railroad bridge, which was built on Bondurant land in the mid-1800s.
- Julie Telken, firsthand knowledge.
- ↑ Entered by Julie Telken, Nov 14, 2011
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