Edouard P. Bordas
|E. P. Bordas|
|Born||Edouard Pierre Bordas|
12 October 1843 
Marval, Haute-Vienne, France
|Died||7 June 1915 (71) |
Ishpeming, Marquette, Michigan
|Burial||Ishpeming Cemetery, Ishpeming, Michigan|
|Nationality||French; American (n. 1898)|
|Known for||Cor-Ago (patent medicine)|
Edouard Pierre Bordas (October 12, 1843 - June 7, 1915), also known as Edward Peter Bordas or Peter Edward Bordas, was a Catholic priest of French descent, known for his time in the Marquette and Houghton dioceses of northern Michigan, where he founded a patent medicine concern for the purpose of manufacturing a remedy he called Cor-Ago.
- "Rev. Edward Peter Bordas", Biographical Record: This Volume Contains Biographical Sketches of Leading Citizens of Houghton, Baraga and Marquette Counties, Michigan, Chicago: Biographical Pub. Co., 1903, p. 208-210, http://genealogytrails.com/mich/marquette/biographicalrecord1.html#bordas
- Passport Application, 1910
- "Obituary Notice", Duluth Evening Herald, 8 June 1915, https://archive.org/details/june1191502dulu, "Ishpeming — Father Edward Peter Bordas, pioneer priest, died here June 7, aged 72. Fr. Bordas was one of the pioneer priests of the Marquette diocese, having served here for thirty years."