Pierre Lombard1

M, #17588, b. circa 1630, d. before December 1687

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Last Edited24/04/2016
BirthOrigin*Pierre was from Pontaix and was perhaps born there circa 1630. The date is estimated.1 
Marriage*He married Eve Berengier circa 1657. This marriage is assumed and the date estimated based on the baptism of their apparent first child Pierre on 10 March 1658.1
Death*He died before December 1687.2


Eve Berengier b. c 1630


  1. [S858] Website Société de k'Histoire du Protestantisme Français (http://www.shpf.fr/) "LOMBARD Pierre, fils de Pierre & d'Eve BERENGIER, b 10.3.1658."
  2. [S575] M. Boucher, French Speakers at the Cape in the first hundred years of Dutch East India Company rule: The European background (Pretoria: University of South Africa, 1981), pp.178-179 It was Pierre Lombard who was a member of the congregation at Pontaiz in DAuphiné, a picturesque little town on the right bank of the Drôme below Die. A man of about thirty years of age when he left the Amsterdam church in December 1687 he was accompanied by his wife Marie Couteau, a year his junior. Lombard had a further responsibility. The church register speak of the departure of the couple "et leur Mère Eve".. Hereinafter cited as French Speakers at the Cape.

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