Jean Jacques Pieyre grave monument in Protestant Church burial ground, Montpellier, Herault, France
Jean Jacques Pieyre grave monument: legible names and details
|1834||73||1761||first name on monument||Relatonships verified on the family tree on-line|
|1875||79||1796||daughter of Jean Jacques Pieyre|
|1891||67||1824||grand daughter of Jean Jacques Pieyre||Wife of Frédéric Cazalis. Born in Metz.|
|1845||2||1843||great grand daughter of Jean Jacques Pieyre||Emma Poitevin de Maureillan married Auguste Veret|
|1850||2||1848||great grand son of Jean Jacques Pieyre||Son of Frédéric and Suzanne Cazalis (verified on internet)|
|1906||87||1819||grand son-in-law of Jean Jacques Pieyre||Leading agricultural expert. Decorated with numerous foreign orders.|
|1877||2||1875||relationship not given of Jean Jacques Pieyre||Inscription barely legible|
|1829||57||1772||son-in-law of Jean Jacques Pieyre||Distinguished general from the engineering corps who rose to prominence in the Napoléonic wars. Buried in Metz. His name is inscribed on the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. See http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean_%C3%89tienne_Casimir_Poitevin_de_Maureilhan|
|1851||78||1773||wife of Jean Jacques Pieyre|
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