Pierre Menard

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Pierre Menard was the 1st lieutenant governor of Illinois (1818–1822). He was a fur trader and U.S. political figure. Pierre Menard was born at St. Antoine-sur-Richelieu, near Montreal, Canada. He was the third in a family of ten children. His father was Jean Baptiste Ménard, a French soldier in the regiment of Guyenne. Born October 7, 1766 in Saint-Antoine-sur-Richelieu, Canada and died June 13, 1844 in Randolph County, IL. He had 2 spouses: Therese Godin ​ ​(m. 1792; died 1804)​ Angelique Saucier ​ ​(m. 1806; died 1839). He was in the Democratic Party of Illinois.[1]

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