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Les frères Pilon, passionnés de la traite des fourrures – La Presse

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Maison d’Antoine Pilon, pionnier de Point-Claire

Maison d’Antoine Pilon, pionnier de Point-Claire 258, chemin Bord-du-Lac, Point-Claire, Qc. Antoine Pilon est le fils de Thomas Pilon et de Madeleine Rouault Huguet demeurés en France. Il est né le 24 juin 1664 à Saint-Patrice, rue de l’épinette, à … Continue reading

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Antoine Pilon, pioneer of Point-Claire

Antoine Pilon, pioneer of Point-Claire Homestead @ 258, Bord-du-Lac road, Point-Claire, Qc. Antoine Pilon is the son of Thomas Pilon and Madeleine Rouault Huguet, who remained in France. He was born on June 24, 1664 in Saint-Patrice, rue de l’Epinette, … Continue reading

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The Huguenot in New England

I don’t remember much about where I got this article… The Huguenot in New England, Horace Graves, 1894, 7 pages.

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