Denonville

Coordinates: 48°23′35″N 1°48′44″E / 48.3931°N 1.8122°E / 48.3931; 1.8122

Denonville is a commune in the Eure-et-Loir department in northern France.

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Denonville - Population
... Historical population of Denonville Year 2008 ... Population 776. ...
Lachine Massacre - Diplomatic Breakdown Precedes Attack
... the French, first under Alexandre de Prouville in the 1660s, then under Jacques-René de Brisay de Denonville, Marquis de Denonville in the 1680s, conducted punitive actions against the Iroquois to ... Denonville, the Governor of New France, led 2,000 men deep into Seneca territory and destroyed their largest village ... The Iroquois, angered by Denonville's incursion on their land and enraged by France's effort to use their people as galley slaves, needed little incentive to strike back at the French ...
Fort Frontenac - History - The Iroquois Siege
... In 1687 the Marquis de Denonville began a campaign against the Iroquois and gathered an army to travel into the Seneca territory south of Lake Ontario ... To quell suspicion about his motives, Denonville said he was merely travelling to a peace council at Fort Frontenac ... As Denonville and his army moved up the St ...
Fort Denonville
... Fort Denonville was a French fort built in 1687 at the current site of Fort Niagara ... of New France, Jacques-René de Brisay de Denonville, Marquis de Denonville, was on a military expedition to pacify the Iroquois ... The Seneca, in reprisal for Denonville's attack of 1687, laid siege to the fort and denied the garrison the benefits of forage or fresh air ...
Jacques-René De Brisay De Denonville, Marquis De Denonville
... Jacques-Rene de Brisay de Denonville, Marquis de Denonville (10 December 1637 – 22 September 1710) was Governor General of New France from 1685 to 1689 and ... Denonville set out to make King Louis XIV proud ... Although France and England were at peace, in June 1687, Denonville sent Sieur de Troyes north from Montreal with a hundred men (most likely the troupes de la marine), to capture the English fur ...