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|Date from||Date to||Event||Source|
|Appointed Sieur d'Iberville et d'Ardillières||ref:673|
|1683||He came to France in charge of the governor's dispatches.||ref:631|
|1686||Appointed Gouverneur at Baie d'Hudson||ref:631|
|1687||He received a permanent commission to command all the posts in northern Canada and waged war against the English fur traders.||ref:631|
Le Soleil d'Afrique (40) 1676-1690, Capitaine de Frégate and Commanding Officer
French 40 Gun
4th Rate Frigate
|2.1692||Capitaine de Frégate||ref:631|
Le Poli (40) 1691-1717, Capitaine de Vaisseau and Commanding Officer
French 40 Gun
4th Rate Frégate-Vaisseau de 1er Ordre
|13.10.1694||Commanding the "Poli" and the "Salamander" , he obtained the surrender of Fort York.||ref:631|
|1696||1697||In 1696, leaving France on the Pelican, he attacked and destroyed the English Fort William-Henry on the Acadian coast then ravaged the enemy establishments of Newfoundland and destroyed in the Battle of Hudsons Bay an English division of 3 vessels .||ref:631|
Le Pélican (50) 1693-1697, Capitaine de Vaisseau and Commanding Officer
French 50 Gun
4th Rate Ship of the Line
|26.8.1697||Battle of Hudsons Bay|
|1699||Appointed Chevalier de l’Ordre Royal et Militaire de Saint-Louis||FWIKI|
|3.1699||Foundation of the city of New Orléans in Louisiana .||ref:631|
|23.7.1702||Capitaine de Vaisseau||ref:631|
|1706||Command a squadron of 12 ships for the Antilles and ravage the English colonies of Nièves and Saint-Christophe. He died during this campaign.||ref:631|
Union with Jeanne Geneviève Picoté de Bellestre :
Pierre Le Moyne d'Iberville, 3rd son of Charles and Catherine Thierry was accused of having seduced Jeanne Geneviève Picoté de Belestre (action in search of paternity).
In 1688, he was ordered to provide for the needs of the child until his fifteenth year, but he was not obliged to marry Mlle de Belestre .
He then married Marie-Thérèse Pollet de La Combe .