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Jean Pépin1647

Jean Pépin
Given names
Birth August 1647 40 17
Birth of a sisterMarie Pépin
April 1649 (Age 20 months)
Birth of a brotherGuillaume Pépin
August 1651 (Age 4 years)
Birth of a brotherPierre Pépin
December 1652 (Age 5 years)
Birth of a brotherEtienne Pépin
April 1654 (Age 6 years)
Birth of a sisterJeanne Pépin
March 1656 (Age 8 years)

Birth of a sisterMadeleine Pépin
November 1657 (Age 10 years)
Baptism of a sisterElizabeth Pepin
1659 (Age 11 years)
Birth of a brotherLouis Pépin
November 1660 (Age 13 years)
Birth of a brotherJoseph Pépin
November 1660 (Age 13 years)
Birth of a sisterMarguerite Pépin
May 1662 (Age 14 years)
Birth of a sisterMarie-Ursule Pépin
May 1662 (Age 14 years)
Marriage of a siblingJean Arcouet dit LajeunesseElizabeth PepinView this family
Type: Religious marriage
16 November 1671 (Age 24 years)
Address: Cathedrale de L'assomption
Death of a motherJeanne Méchin
30 November 1680 (Age 33 years)
Death of a sisterElizabeth Pepin
December 1697 (Age 50 years)
Burial of a sisterElizabeth Pepin
31 December 1697 (Age 50 years)
Address: Paroisse La Visitation
Burial of a brotherPierre Pépin
2 April 1722 (Age 74 years)

Burial of a sisterMadeleine Pépin
8 July 1722 (Age 74 years)

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Marriage: 1645Trois-Rivières, Canada, Nouvelle-France, France
2 years
elder brother
20 months
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younger sister
2 years
younger brother
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younger brother
Pierre Pépin
Birth: December 1652 45 22Trois-Rivières, Quebec, Canada
Burial: 2 April 1722
17 months
younger brother
2 years
younger sister
21 months
younger sister
Madeleine Pépin
Birth: November 1657 50 27Trois-Rivières, Quebec, Canada
Burial: 8 July 1722
2 years
younger sister
23 months
younger brother
1 month
younger brother
19 months
younger sister
1 month
younger sister

Naming of Lake Pepin on the Mississippi River

According to various historical sources, and Wikipedia, Jean Pepin is the source of the name of Lake Pepin:

The lake was first named in a map of New France made by Guillaume Delisle at the request of Louis XIV of France in 1703. The lake was named for Jean Pepin who settled on its shores in the late 1600s after exploring the Great Lakes from Boucherville.