Marguerite (Rochon Rocheron) Guay (1665 - 1689)

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Marguerite (Rochon Rocheron) Guay
1665 - 1689
updated February 06, 2019
Marguerite Rochon Rocheron Guay was born on August 3, 1665 in Québec, QC Canada. She was born into the Rochon Rocheron family and married into the Guay family. She was baptized in Québec, QC Canada. Marguerite died on October 16, 1689 in Québec, QC Canada at age 24.

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Marguerite Rochon Rocheron Guay

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Marguerite

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Maiden name

Rochon Rocheron

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Female

Birth

Marguerite Guay was born on in Québec, QC Canada

Death

Marguerite Guay died on in Québec, QC Canada

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at Hôtle-Dieu, in Québec, QC Canada

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in Québec, QC Canada

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Marguerite Rochon Rocheron Guay died on October 16, 1689 in Québec, QC Canada at 24 years old. She was buried in Hôtle-Dieu, Québec, QC Canada. She was born on August 3, 1665 in Québec, QC Canada. We are unaware of information about Marguerite's immediate family.
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