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flag female ancestor  Therese  CAMPEAU

  (b. 26 October 1749 Detroit, Michigan Territory   d. 17 December 1808 Detroit, Michigan Territory )  

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CAMPEAU Genealogy

Therese CAMPEAU was born 26 October 1749 in Detroit, Michigan Territory. Therese CAMPEAU was the child of Antoine CAMPEAU   and   Marie Angelique PELLETIER and the grandchild of: (paternal)  Michel CAMPEAU and Jeanne MASSE (maternal)  Jean-Francois PELLETIER and Marie Louise ROBERT

Therese CAMPEAU died 17 December 1808 in Detroit, Michigan Territory.

m. Riopel Ambroise


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  • 1749 Birth
    26 October 1749
    Detroit, Michigan, USA
  • 1808 Death
    17 December 1808
    Detroit, Michigan, USA


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