Pierre Le Moyne d'Iberville
Pierre Le Moyne d'Iberville (1661-1706) - Born 16 Jul 1661 in Ville-Marie, New France. D'Iberville was a soldier, ship captain, explorer, colonial administrator, adventurer, privateer, trader and founder of the French colony of Louisiana of New France. He died 9 Jul 1706, of Yellow Fever in Havana, Cuba. Also known as Sieur d'Iberville.
- 1690 Second in command of the Canadian war party that destroyed Schenectady, New York.
- 1694 Captured Fort Nelson in Hudson Bay and renamed it Fort Bourbon.
- 1696 Captured Pemaquid Fort in Maine and all the English settlements on the coast of Newfoundland.
- 1697 Defeated the HBC ships Hudson's Bay, Hampshire, and Dering, captured and burned Fort Nelson.
- 1699 First Voyage to Louisiana - Located the mouth of the Mississippi and built Fort Biloxi
- 1700 Second Voyage to Louisiana - Sailed 40 miles up the Mississippi and built Fort de La Boulaye
- 1701 Third Voyage to Louisiana - Sailed up the Mobile River and built Fort Louis de la Louisiane at 27 mile Bluff.
Father: Charles le Moyne (1626-1685)
Mother: Catherine Thierry (birth name Primot) (1640-1690)
- Marie Thérèse Pollet (1672–1740) married 8 Oct. 1693
- Pierre-Joseph-Louis, (1694-Unk)
- Jean-Baptiste, (1698-Unk) at La Rochelle
- Marie-Thérèse, (1700-Unk)
- Jean-Charles, (1701-Unk) at La Rochelle
- François-Jean, (1705-Unk) at La Rochelle.