Note: everal versions such as Gaignon, Gangnon, Gaignionand, Gasgnon. Marguerite, his first child, came to New France as the wife of EloiTavernier and her brothers, Mathurin, Jean and Pierre, soon followed.
Pierre and his family owned and operated a small Inn in Tourouvre called "L'Auberge du Cheval Blanc" (The White Horse Inn). They were very successful as this Inn was the meeting place for many to sign contracts before embarking for New France. The family was so well off that they paid their own way for
trips to New France while others had to indenture themselves to pay for their passage.
Died between 16 DEC 1630 and 10 NOV 1633 at La Ventrouze, Mortagne,Perche, France.
Note: Pierre never came to Canada. He lived in Perche, southwest of Paris,and the family name had s
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