Menneval, Robineau de


Menneval, Robineau de
   Governor of Acadia in 1689, with headquarters at Port Royal. In 1690 Port Royal was attacked by the English, and after vainly attempting to defend it, captured and sent as prisoner to England.
   Index: F Governor of Acadia, 272; surrenders to Phipps, 274; carried prisoner to Boston, 276; released, 277.
   Bib.: Charlevoix, History of New France; Murdoch, History of Nova Scotia.

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