Tonnancour

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Léonard Godefroy de Tonnancour was a political figure in Lower Canada.

Joseph-Marie Godefroy de Tonnancour Canadian politician

Joseph-Marie Godefroy de Tonnancour was a seigneur and political figure in Lower Canada.

Marie-Joseph Godefroy de Tonnancour was a seigneur and political figure in Lower Canada. He represented Trois-Rivières in the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada in 1820.

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