BOUQUET, Pierre Brian

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Last Name
 
BOUQUET
Given Names
 
Pierre Brian
AKA's
 
Better known as
 
Date of Birth
 
7/20/1953
Age at Death
 
25
Place of Birth
 
Fort Ord, California
Residence (US)
 
Burlingame, California
Residence (JT)
 
Cottage 27
Residence (JT) Abbreviated
 
C27
Religion
 
Race
 
Caucasian
Gender
 
Male
Information on __Source of Death
 
House Foreign Affairs Committee report; FBI document 89-4286-1302 (prepared 12/78)
Body Identification Number
 
Occupation outside __Peoples Temple
 
Construction (PT occupation record); Musician
Occupation inside __Peoples Temple
 
Government Income
 
Entry in Guyana
 
3/11/1978
Occupation at __Jonestown
 
Birth Mother
 
Birth Father
 
Siblings
 
Partner
 
Claudia Jo Bouquet aka Claudia Jo Norris
Children
 
Non-Temple Relatives
 
Family Tree
 
Discrepancies
 
Remembrances
 
“You and Claudia are in my heart. You are remembered and missed. ” - Bonnie Adell

“You are remembered & missed. ” - Bonnie Hall

“my grade school friend, fellow altar boy, high school together, last time I saw you, you came from the darkness playing your sax, looking very lost, only to disappear in the dark again. Loved and not forgotten. ” - danielclaudon@sbcglobal.net

“Brian Bouquet and I went to high school together and we both lived in Burlingame. He was a wonderful young man who once protected me against a gang attack that was aimed either cause me serious injury or kill me. We were having a beach party when a gang of tough Hispanics came down to the fire looking for me. As they came to the fire, they had guns, knives and pointed boots. As this one guy approached me lifting his foot to kick me, Brian leaped from a sitting position and blocked his kick and with multiple punches Brian blooded his face and he surrendered. With that all of us faced off from my school ready to fight but a girl called peace and all my friends told these gang bangers that if they were going to fight me, they would have to fight all of them. Why were they so angry with me? They were drug dealers and I would not allow them to come into our dances either stoned or to sell drugs. Thank you Brian for saving my life or keeping my face in tact. Brian and I also co-wrote an article for the high school newspaper about Brian being put in a youth prison for a minor offense and he talked about his horrible experience and abuse by the guards. The article was published and created a big stir including calls for us to be suspended from high school. After high school Brian got into playing the sax late at night in punk meets John Coltrane style. It was pretty amazing stuff because he did it in this large hallway stairs that created great echo. When Brian asked me to Jim Jones Church meeting in San Francisco, I declined since I was living 6 hours away and attending UCSB. He joined Jonestown because he wanted greater social justice and to fight against racism. He later married a 22 year old black woman. He had a wonderful sister, Jeannie Bouquet but I have lost contact with her. I often think of her and hope she is OK. Rest in peace Brian! He was a good friend and brother. And thanks for protecting me on the beach. John Gilderbloom ” - Dr. John Gilderbloom