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La Rochefoucauld de Roye, Jean-Baptiste-Louis-Frederick de

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Title Lieutenant-General (Royal French Navy)
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Birth 17/08/1709 Death 27/09/1746
Place (nk) Place Chebucto (Halifax)
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Country France? Country Nova Scotia
Titles Duc d'Anville et Marquis de Roucy
He died of an attack of 'apoplexy'. He was buried first at Georges Island in Halifax Harbour. He was moved to Louisbourg and then again moved to France.
Military Service
He joined the Royal French Navy. He was appointed as a Captain (Royal French Navy). He was appointed as a Rear-Admiral (Royal French Navy). He was appointed as a Lieutenant-General of Naval Forces (With seniority dated 01/01/1745). In 1746 he was in command of a squadron of 54 vessels intended to retake Louisbourg and Cape Breton that reached Acadia in 09/1746. The fleet was scattered by a severe storm. The expedition was a disasterous failure but four transport vessels eventually reached Quebec.
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MacFarlane, John M. (1994);
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