Column Identifiers ->a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o <- Column Identifiers
Oldest: 0 end end Oldest: 0
A15
1620: Compound microscopes, which combine an objective lens with an eyepiece to view a real image,
first appear in Europe. Apparently derived from the telescope, actual inventor unknown, variously
attributed to Zacharias Janssen (his son claiming it was invented in 1590), Cornelis Drebbel, and
Galileo Galilei.
Pierre Tibau
?-?
1609 Marguerite Larose
?-?
A15
Youngest: 0 Youngest: 0
Oldest: 1588 end end end Oldest: 1588
A14
1589: Aug 1 Assassination of French King Henry III by friar Jacques Clement
Emery Coderre
1591-?
1618 Andrea Jones
1588-?
Martin-Breille Favreau
1608-1665
1635 Marguerite Lecour
1610-1666
A14
Youngest: 1610 Youngest: 1610
Oldest: 1599 end end end end end end Oldest: 1599
A13
1597: Feb 5 A group of early Japanese Christians are killed by the new government of Japan for being
seen as a threat to Japanese society
Pierre Piche
1599-1665
1632 Anne Pinot
1600-?
Pierre Durand
?-?
1649 Jacquette Courtois
?-?
Megny Emery
1619-1696
1639 Marguerite Pasquau
1624-1674
Pierre Favreau
1636-1708
1668 Marie Benoit
1640-1725
A13
Youngest: 1640 Youngest: 1640
Oldest: 1633 Oldest: 1633
A12
1644: King Christian IV of Denmark loses an eye in battle and makes a pair of earrings for his mistress.
Pierre Piche
1633-1713
1665 Catherine Durand
1650-1716
Antoine Emery
1643-1718
1687 Marie-Anne Favreau
1670-1703
A12
Youngest: 1670 Youngest: 1670
Oldest: 1688 Oldest: 1688
A11
1703: Saint Peterburg is founded by Russian Czar Peter the Great.
Ignace Joseph Pichet
1688-1771
1717 Marie-Anne Emery
1688-1768
A11
Youngest: 1688 Youngest: 1688
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1769: Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot invents the first steam-powered vehicle capable of carrying passengers;
i.e., an early car.
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The Pichet/Emery Family


MapFileName: A15-11PichetEmery
Number of Couples: 10