11 October 1782|
Montreal, Province of Quebec
|Died||18 May 1835
Montreal, Lower Canada
|Known for||Roman Catholic priest and vicar general|
Pierre-Antoine Tabeau (11 October 1782 – May 18, 1835) was a Roman Catholic priest and vicar general. He was the son of Jean-Baptiste Tabeau, a trader and militia man who was involved in the fur trade out of New France. He was a protégé of Joseph-Octave Plessis.
- Halpenny, Francess G, ed. (1987). "Pierre-Antoine Tabeau". Dictionary of Canadian Biography. VI (1821–1835) (online ed.). University of Toronto Press.
- Manitoba Historical Society
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