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Pierre-Simon 
LaPlace
1749 - 1827


Pierre-Simon 
LaPlace
, Astronomer and mathematician. Invented some backbone mathematics with [Missing XREF c-lagrange58345] and [Missing XREF c-legendre58354]. 1799, he was made Minister of the interior by Napolean a post he kept for 6 weeks. "Pierre-Simon de Laplace has said to be the grandfather of Emerson O. Place, my great grandfather. His mothers maiden name was said to be "Russell". The first record I have of Emerson is a photo of him and his wife Kate Henderson, taken in Peoria, Illinois." Contact: Glenn W. Place
Born: Beaumont-en-Auge, Normandy, France 28th Mar 1749 Baptised:
Died: Paris, France 5th Mar 1827 Buried:
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LaPlace
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LaPlace
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28th Mar 1749Born (birth) Beaumont-en-Auge, Normandy, France
5th Mar 1827Died (death) Paris, France
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