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Narbonne, Charles Henri

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Title Commodore (Royal French Navy)
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Birth 00/00/1627 Death 00/00/1681
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Country Canada Country Tortugas
 
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Biography
He was the son of a French officer and a First Nations woman. He took the name of his father's native city.
 
Military Service
He became a soldier in Canada. In 1660 he went to the West Indies to become a buccaneer. In 1670 he joined Sir Henry Morgan in the expedition against Panama. After becoming rich he settled in the Tortuga Islands. In 1677 he was the Deputy Lieutenant of the King of France.
 
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References
Wallace, W. Stewart (Ed.) (1978): MacFarlane, John M. (1994);
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2011-02-15

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