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|1750||Le Moyne de Longueuil is a career soldier . In New France , he was appointed cadet soldier in 1750 by the Marquis de Jonquière , second ensign in 1751 , full-length ensign in 1755 and lieutenant of infantry in 1759 . The ties between his family , the Le Moyne de Longueuil , and the Amerindian Nations , favored the role he played with the Hurons throughout his military career in New France . Carrier in the Militia or Compagnies Franches ??||FWIKI|
|12.5.1778||Appointed Seigneur de Soulanges et de la Nouvelle-Longueuil||FWIKI|
|12.5.1778||Appointed Seigneur de Pointe-à-l'Orignal||FWIKI|
|1784||He sold the lordship of Pointe-à-l'Orignal .||FWIKI|
|19.1.1807||In 1807 he died without issue . He bequeathed his lordships of Soulanges and Nouvelle-Longueuil to Jacques-Philippe Saveuse de Beaujeu , his nephew , who ensures the seigneurial descent||FWIKI|