Catherine Long1

F, #15120, b. circa 1670
Father*Pierre Long1 b. bt 24 Oct 1630 - 23 Oct 1631
Mother*Jeanne Gouiran1 b. c 1635

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Last Edited20/02/2014
BirthOrigin*Catherine was from la Motte d'Aigues and may have been born there circa 1670.1 
(Witness) Abjuration On 23 October 1685, at la Motte d'Aigues, following the revocation of the Edict of Nantes, Pierre Long, Jeanne Gouiran, and their children Catherine Long and Isabeau le Long abjured their Protestant faith.1 


  1. [S765] E-mails from Robert Rey and website ( to Delia Robertson, February 2014 "Abjuration le 23.10.1685 à la Motte d'Aigues de Pierre LONG, 54 ans, Jeanne GOUIRAN sa femme, et ses filles Elisabeth et Catherine (Bernard APPY)."

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