Pierre Guillemin

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Pierre Guillemin
Full name Pierre Guillemin
Date of birth (1887-01-09)9 January 1887
Place of birth Bonneveau
Occupation(s) Architect

Pierre Guillemin (13 September 1887 in Bonneveau – 18 August 1915 in Belleville-sur-Meuse) was a French rugby union player.

He was 1 m 88 tall and weighed 81 kg. He played loosehead prop (occasionally tighthead as well) for France. His clubs were Racing club de France, and also SCUF.

An architect by profession, he became a lieutenant in the French infantry, and died on the front in the First World War after a reconnaissance mission in Bois le Prêtre.


  • 11 caps for France, from 1908–1911, with four official matches in the Five Nations Championship from 1908-1909.
  • Runner-up in the Top 14 in 1912


  • Godwin, Terry Complete Who's Who of International Rugby (Cassell, 1987, ISBN 0-7137-1838-2)