Jean-Marie Fallu
Author of "L'homme qui venaitdu ciel"
by Jacques Dery, 6-16-11
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  About Mr Fallu.

My uncle, Lucien Fallu - maried to my mother's sister - was a somewhat distant relative of Mr Fallu. However, this does not explain the connection.

I know Mr Fallu personnally. I was bilingual (French/English) which allowed me to work for the museum de la Gaspesie - summer job - as a guide. Later on we played hockey together (Fun league). This is the connection.

(At this point you might ask yourself what is this place where everyone knows each other or is a relative :) ). Here is an attempt to explain: Gaspe is a small town at the end of the Gaspe Peninsula (or Gaspe coast). Basically the peninsula has numerous isolated fishing villages where roads were not open during the winters until 1959. This means that basically, a family name can be traced back to a village on the coast.

The Musée de la Gaspésie (Gaspésie museum) could also tell you more about Mr Fallu and/or Jacques de Lesseps

Musée de la Gaspésie

I hope this will help.

Jacques Dery
Ottawa, Canada
     If you search for "Jean-Marie Fallu", using the Google search engine,
(6-19-11), you will find about 4,500 links. Among them you will find numerous links which will enable you to find the many books and articles he has written. For example:

Books by Jean-Marie Fallu
     On this website, you will find links to more information on the three books he has written.

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