Column Identifiers ->a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae <- Column Identifiers
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1680: Christiaan Huygens provides the first known description of a piston engine.
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Oldest: 1683 end Oldest: 1683
A10
1720bc: Bel-bani or Bel-bani, inscribed mdEN-ba-ni, "the Lord is the creator, was the king of Assyria
ca. 1700 BC (short chronology) and was the first ruler of what was later to be called the dynasty
of the Adasides.[1] His reign marks the inauguration of a new historical phase following the turmoil
of the competing claims of the seven usurpers who preceded him. He was the 48th king to appear on
the Assyrian King List and reigned for ten years.
Pierre Paul Lepage
1687-1754
1734 Marie-Anne Trepanier
1695-1730
Nicolas Rioux
1683-1756
1710 Marie-Louise Asselin
1690-?
Joseph Guyon
1706-1783
1730 Marie Brigitte Baucher
1707-1776
Nicolas Morriset
1692-1755
1714 Anne Cloutier
1692-?
A10
Youngest: 1707 Youngest: 1707
Oldest: 1725 end end Oldest: 1725
A9
1742: Faneuil Hall opens to the public
Pierre Lepage
1725-1802
1749 Veronique Hedwige Rioux
1731-1801
Jean Baptiste Guyon
1733-1810
1754 Marie Genevieve Morisset
1735-1769
Andre Goebel
?-?
1753 Marie Panter
?-?
A9
Youngest: 1735 Youngest: 1735
Oldest: 1753 end end end Oldest: 1753
A8
1791: Whiskey Rebellion begins in PA because of Hamilton's tax; gone by 1803
Charles Lepage
1753-1846
1781 Marie-Anne Guyon
1758-?
Theodore Keable
1756-1823
1790 Marie Louise Cameron
1763-1835
Henri Roy
?-1841
1810 Marie Louise Gagnon
1790-?
A8
Youngest: 1790 Youngest: 1790
Oldest: 1796 Oldest: 1796
A7
1874: The Sholes and Glidden typewriter, with cylindrical platen and QWERTY keyboard, is first marketed
in the United States.
Julienne Pineau
1801-1888
1820 Eloi Lepage
1796-1884
Andre Keable
1798-1845
1832 Henriette Roy
1813-1900
A7
Youngest: 1813 Youngest: 1813
Oldest: 1826 Oldest: 1826
A6
1866: Charles Elmer Hires invents root beer
Sylvain Lepage
1826-1910
1856 Marguerite-esther Keable
1840-1924
A6
Youngest: 1840 Youngest: 1840
Oldest: 1866 end Oldest: 1866
A5
1891: The first long-distance transmission of alternating current is made, by the Ames power plant
near Telluride, Colorado, by Lucien and Paul Nunn.
Joseph Alphonse Lemay
1866-1951
1898 Amanda Lepage
1868-1954
A5
Youngest: 1868 Youngest: 1868
Oldest: 1895 end end end end end end end Oldest: 1895
A4
1915: The US Coast Guard is formed merging the Life Saving Service and the Revenue Cutter Service
(import tariff collectors).
Doria Provencher
?-?
1922 Mary Jane Lemay
1899-1978
Emile Lemay
1900-1960
1923 Rosalie Blais
?-?
Angelo St. Jean
1895-?
1924 Diana Lemay
1897-1972
Delphis Lemay
?-?
Norbert Lemay
1896-?
1919 Rose Unknown
?-?
Robert Gagnon
?-?
1933 Rose Alma Lemay
1910-?
Arthur Lemay
?-?
1921 Mae ?
?-?
Unknown Fontaine
?-?
1927 Germaine Phillipe Lemay
?-?
A4
Youngest: 1910 ? ? ? ? ? Youngest: 1910
Oldest: 1924 end end end Oldest: 1924
A3
1938: Don Budge becomes 1st tennis player to win grand slam
Gilbert Provencher
1924-?
Nelson St. Jean
1925-2011
1945 Gertrude Unknown
?-
Robert St. Jean
1929-?
1952 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Unknown Husband
?-?
1947 Joan St. Jean
1932-?
A3
Youngest: 1932 ? ? ? Youngest: 1932
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1980: Flash memory (both NOR and NAND types) is invented in Japan by Fujio Masuoka while working
for Toshiba. It is formally introduced to the public in 1984.
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The The Lepage Family


MapFileName: A10-3Lepage
Number of Couples: 24