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Pierre Tremblay (1708 - 1763)

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Pierre Tremblay
Born in Baie-St-Paul, Quebec, Canadamap
Husband of — married in Baie St. Paul, Quebec, Canadamap
Husband of — married in Fox Creek, Grosse Pointe, Michiganmap
Died [location unknown]
Tremblay-154 created 23 Mar 2011 | Last modified
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Date: 5 MAR 1708
Place: Baie-St-Paul, Quebec, Canada


Date: 1763


Note: #N13


Note N13Marriage Notes for PIERRE TREMBLAY and MARIE SIMARD:
After the death of his first wife Magdelene, Pierre settled in Fox Creek Grosse Pointe. While there he met his second wife Mary and it was there the couple made their home.

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