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MILES STONES OF THE FRANCISCAN SISTERS OF BON SECOURS COGREGATION
1730 - Duplex, Governor of East India Company, establishes French bases in Pondicherry.

1732 - Rev. Fr. Gaston Lawrence Coeurdon S.J., reaches Pondicherry, vowing to establish a Carmel Convent and a Refugee Home.

1748 - Fr. Gaston Lawrence Coeurdon S.J., establishes a Carmel Convent in Pondicherry, the forerunner of Bon Secours Congregation.

1764 - Jesuit Order is suppressed in France.

1771 - Fr. Michael Ansaldo S.J., a Jesuit Priest, came to India

1775 - Bon Secours Refugee Home and Gonzaga Refuge Home are established by Fr. Michael Ansaldo S.J.,

1777 - The French mission takes over the responsibility of the Institutions run by the Jesuits.

1779 - After sowing the seeds for the two Homes, Fr. Gaston Lawrence Coeurdon S.J., passes away.

1794 - Anglo French war in Pondicherry. The two Refuge Homes support many war destitutes.

1800 - Amidst war and severe famine the two Refuge Homes shelter 70 young women.

1805 - Death of Fr. Michael Ansaldo S.J.,
1809 - Death of Fr. Dence Babre who managed the two Refuge Homes after Fr. Ansaldo S.J.,

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