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Simon Rey is the grandfather of Cécile Rey.
- Jean-Claude Rey: Son
- Aurélia Rey: Daughter-in-law
- Armand Rey: Elder grandson
- Cécile Rey: Younger granddaughter
- Octavia Tay: Daughter-in-law
- René Tay: Great-nephew
Simon Rey, called Grand-père by Cécile, is the father of Jean-Claude Rey. It is likely Grand-père is a widower, as his wife, who worked as a milliner, is not seen in Cécile's books.
Grand-père originally worked as a sailor before settling in New Orleans. He is a kind man with a talent for storytelling, a talent Cécile shares when she volunteers her time at Holy Trinity Orphanage.
In the Books
- ↑ Meet Cécile, pg. 25: Cécile's heart began beating very fast. Surely that man didn't think her grandfather, Simon Adolphe Rey [...]
- ↑ Troubles for Cécile, pg. 55: "Why, this reminds me of the time my captain put me in charge of his pearl," [Grand-père] said. [...] "A pearl, mon père?" Papa seemed distracted as he tore off the end of a baguette. "Mon père" is French for "my father".
- ↑ American Girl Moves Past Slavery, Introduces New African-American Doll; huffingtonpost.com, referenced September 8, 2011. Denise Lewis Patrick: "I even created a family tree for the Rey family, with details such as what Papa's mother did (she made hats)..."