Louis Boulduc

Louis Boulduc (1648–1700?) was a French soldier from 1665 to 1668 and settler of New France. He served in the Carignan-Salières Regiment and helped build new forts along the Richelieu River, the principal route of the Iroquois marauders.

Read more about Louis Boulduc:  Early Life, Historical Background, Life in New France, Nomination and Trouble Brewing, Recalled To France

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Louis Boulduc - Recalled To France
... Madame Boulduc had gone back to France in 1685, provided with a pass by Denonville, who declared himself happy to "rid the country of a rather poor piece of goods ... dependent upon the charity of honest folk." The Boulduc's had indeed three sons and two (or three) daughters whose ages ranged from 9 to 17 years ... Who would venture to pass final judgment on Boulduc? Whatever may have been his faults, he was perhaps above all the victim of a troubled age ...

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