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Louis (Liénard) Liénard de Beaujeu de Villemomble (1716 - 1802)

Louis Liénard de Beaujeu de Villemomble formerly Liénard aka Beaujeu
Born in Montréal, Canada, Nouvelle-Francemap
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Husband of — married 18 Jul 1747 in Québec, Canada, Nouvelle-Francemap
Husband of — married 22 Feb 1753 in Québec, Canada, Nouvelle-Francemap
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Died in Cap-Saint-Ignace,
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Louis (Liénard) Liénard de Beaujeu de Villemomble lived
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Louis (Liénard) Liénard de Beaujeu de Villemomble is Notable.

"Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Volume V (1801-1820): 'LIÉNARD DE BEAUJEU DE VILLEMONDE, LOUIS (baptized Louis-Joseph), army and militia officer and seigneur; b. 16 Sept. 1716 in Montreal (Que.), third son of Louis Liénard de Beaujeu and Thérèse-Denise Juchereau de Saint-Denys, née Migeon de Branssat; d. 5 June 1802 in Cap-Saint-Ignace, Lower Canada.

Born into a noble family with a long military tradition... He and his brother Daniel-Hyacinthe-Marie Liénard de Beaujeu sailed in June 1746 with Jean-Baptiste-Nicolas-Roch de Ramezay’s expedition for Baie-Verte (N.B.). On 22 September he was sent by Ramezay to receive orders for his troops from the Duc d’Anville [La Rochefoucauld], who had come from France with a large force to clear the British out of Acadia. Beaujeu fought in the battle of Grand Pré on 11 Feb. 1747 against Lieutenant-Colonel Arthur Noble*. During the Acadian campaign Beaujeu, who was a pious Roman Catholic, killed a British soldier who was also Catholic and, according to the author Philippe-Joseph Aubert de Gaspé, this incident still affected Beaujeu at the end of his life... On 18 July 1747 at Quebec Beaujeu married Louise-Charlotte, daughter of François-Étienne Cugnet, member of the Conseil Supérieur..." [1]

"Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Volume III (1741-1770): 'LIÉNARD DE BEAUJEU, LOUIS, officer in the colonial regular troops; b. in Paris, France, 16 April 1683... Three sons survived him: the scholarly Louis-Joseph, the officer Daniel-Hyacinthe-Marie, and Louis Liénard de Beaujeu de Villemomble, the last French commandant at Michilimackinac, who distinguished himself during the American revolution.'" [2]


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  • "Wikipedia: 'Louis Liénard de Beaujeu de Villemonde.'" [3]

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why is he categorized with Great upheaval and American revolution? He was not an Acadian who got deported, he was a military man.
posted by Danielle Liard

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