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|Date from||Date to||Event||Source|
|1706||1708||He sailed for Guadeloupe in 1706 and Havana in 1708 .||FWIKI|
|1709||He ordered the "Profond" for the King to the American islands , for which he had a 2/6 interest on the armament and cargo with Paul-François de Pont (1661-1744) , his future wife's uncle.||FWIKI|
Le Profond (32) 1685-1712, Capitaine Marchand and Commanding Officer
French 32 Gun
|1727||1747||Over this period , it came second among La Rochelle shipowners with 67 campaigns (against 90 for Théodore de La Croix, 48 for Belins and 26 for Giraudeau) , with a strategy of diversification . He armed for Guinea from 1726 .||FWIKI|
|1743||1748||During the War of the Austrian Succession , between 1743 and 1745 , the English seized four of its ships (Le Lion d'Or , l'Aimable-Suzanne , la Diane et le Saint-Paul), constituting a loss of 2,373,425 Livres . Three more were captured in 1748 (Saint Jacques , Le Profond and L'Espérance) .||FWIKI|
16 sons and daughters survive to adulthood : merchands , ship-owners , capitaines for sons , spouses of daughters the same with location Saint-Domingue three (sugar and so slaves) , Louisiane one , La Rochelle eight , Marennes (salt) one .