Military officer; born in Canada in 1668; joined the French Canadian army early in life; promoted lieutenant in 1702, and soon after garde-marine; was one of the three in command of the expedition against Fort Orange (now Albany) in 1708.
At the head of about 200 Iroquois Indians St.-Ours took the village and fort of Haverhill.
Later he was made major of Montreal, and afterwards was appointed king's lieutenant.
He died in Montreal, Canada, in 1747.
Harper and Brothers Publishers. . New York. 1902.
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