Synonyms for pierreville or Related words with pierreville

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Examples of "pierreville"
On June 13, 2001, the parish municipalities of Notre-Dame-de-Pierreville and Saint-Thomas-de-Pierreville merged with the village municipality of Pierreville to form the new municipality of Pierreville.
Pierreville is a major centre for the manufacture of fire trucks. Local builder Pierre Thibault Canada Ltee. built fire apparatus in Pierreville from 1938 to 1990. In 1968, members of the Thibault family established a competing business, Pierreville Fire Trucks, across the river in Saint-François-du-Lac. It operated until 1985. Levasseur Fire Trucks also built fire apparatus in Saint-François-du-Lac from 1988 to 2014. Today, Carl Thibault Fire Trucks operates in the former Pierre Thibault facility in Pierreville.
On 21 August 1991, an F3 tornado, the ""tornade de Maskinongé"", touched down in Notre-Dame-de-Pierreville (today part of Pierreville), destroying a number of summer homes in the area and injuring 15 people.
He was born Pierre Legras at Montreal in 1738, the son of a merchant there. He became a merchant at Saint-François-du-Lac. He inherited the seigneury of Pierreville from his father in 1768, added Pierreville to his name and soon afterwards settled at Boucherville. In 1779, he married Charlotte, daughter of seigneur René Boucher de La Bruère. Pierreville served in the militia, becoming lieutenant-colonel in 1802. He was a commissioner for a census held in 1784 and was named justice of the peace for Montreal district in 1799. Pierreville was elected to the 1st Parliament of Lower Canada for Kent County (later Chambly County) in 1792.
Pierreville is a commune in the Meurthe-et-Moselle department in north-eastern France.
Pierre Legras Pierreville (1738 – July 22, 1810) was a businessman, seigneur and political figure in Lower Canada.
On 9 November 1947 he was elected to the general council of Ardèche for the canton of Saint-Pierreville.
Pierreville is a commune in the Manche department in Normandy in north-western France. The inhabitants are called "Pierrevillais".
Pierreville faces the town of Saint-François-du-Lac across the Saint-François river, and lies at the junction of Route 132 and Route 226. Part of the Abenaki Indian reserve of Odanak is an enclave within the city limits of Pierreville. The limits of the reserve begin only a short walk away from the town's main street.
Aimé Boucher (July 23, 1877, Pierreville, Quebec, Canada – September 9, 1946) was a Canadian politician and notary. He represented riding of Yamaska in the Canadian House of Commons.
Saint-François-du-Lac faces the town of Pierreville across the Saint-François River. Quebec routes 132 and 143 intersect in the community and connect it to others.
As of its final election, it included the cities or municipalities of Pierreville, Nicolet, Bécancour, Sainte-Eulalie, Daveluyville, Saint-Leonard-d'Aston, Saint-Wenceslas and Saint-Gerard-Majella as well as portions of the city of Drummondville.
The Saint-François takes its source from Lake Saint-François in Chaudière-Appalaches, southeast of Thetford Mines. It flows southwest towards Sherbrooke, where it changes it course northwest towards Drummondville, and finally empties into the Saint Lawrence River near Pierreville.
Pierreville is a community in Nicolet-Yamaska Regional County Municipality, Quebec, located at the confluence of the Saint Lawrence and Saint-François rivers, at the edge of Lac Saint-Pierre. The population as of the Canada 2011 Census was 2,176.
David Laperrière (May 7, 1868 – May 18, 1932) was a Canadian provincial politician. He was the Liberal member of the Legislative Assembly of Quebec for Yamaska from 1923 to 1931. He was also mayor of Pierreville from 1914 to 1931.
Route 226 is a two-lane east/west highway in Quebec, Canada. Its western terminus is at the junction of Route 132 in Pierreville and its eastern terminus is in Sainte-Croix at the junction of Route 271.
He was born in Saint-François-du-Lac, Lower Canada in 1808. He worked as a clerk in stores at Baie-du-Febvre and then operated his own store at Saint-François-de-Sales from around 1830 to 1850. He was named justice of the peace in 1835. Gill later became involved in the timber trade and administered the Pierreville seigneury for François-Xavier Biron. He also served as postmaster at Saint-François-du-Lac. In 1854, he was elected to the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada for Yamaska and was reelected in 1857. He served as mayor of Saint-Thomas-de-Pierreville in 1862-3.
In pre-Norman times, the area now known as St. Clement was known as "Petravilla" or "Pierreville". In 1172 it was recorded that a chapel existed in the parish, and there was a priory on the site of the old Priory Inn (now houses).
Nicolet-Bécancour is a provincial electoral district in the Centre-du-Québec region of Quebec, Canada that elects members to the National Assembly of Quebec. It includes the cities or municipalities of Pierreville, Nicolet, Bécancour, Sainte-Eulalie, Daveluyville, Saint-Leonard-d'Aston, Saint-Wenceslas.
Along this strip a number of villages exist to which the name Mayaro is generally applied. From north to south these are: Kernaham/Cascadou, Ortoire, St. Joseph, Beau Sejour, Plaisance, Pierreville, Beaumont, St. Ann's, Radix, Ste. Marguerite, Lagon Doux, Grand Lagoon and Lagon Palmiste. Beyond that are several small villages and then the town of Guayaguayare.