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Commanders of
Fort St. Frédéric

Pointe à la Chevelure  (Crown Point)

Scale model of Fort St. Frederic at Crown Point State Historic Site.  

These Officers held the rank of Captain



Pierre Hertel de Montcour1 1731-1732
René Boucher de la Perriére 1732-1733
Claude Hertel de Beaulac2 1733-1734
Pierre-Jacques Payen de Noyan 1734, 1736
Daniel Migeon de la Gauchetiére 1735-1736
Pierre de Saint-Ours 1736-1739
Paul-Joseph Lemoyne de Longueil 1739
François Duplessis Faber 1739-1741
Antoine-François Pécaudy de Contrecœur 1741-1743
Paul Bécard de Grandville-Fonville 1743-1746
Charles le Gardeur de Croizille 1746
Pierre Joseph de Céloron3 1747
Charles de Sabrevois 1747-1749
Paul Louis Dazemard de Lusignan4 1749-1756
Ignace-Phillipe Aubert de Gaspé 1756-1757
Louis Herbin 1757-1759


1Constructed the wooden stockade fort (fort de pieux) at Pointe a la Cheveleure under the direction of Rochbert de la Morandiére
2Also was Commander at Chambly, 1730 and 1737
3Céloron undertook the exploration of the Ohio River Valley in 1749
4Lusignan also commanded at Chambly, Île-aux-Noix, Ste. Jean, and Carillon.

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