|Nicolas d'Ailleboust de Manthet|
|Born||August 25, 1664|
|Place of birth||Ville-Marie, Canada|
|Place of death||Fort Albany, Hudson Bay|
|Service/branch||Compagnies Franches de la Marine|
|Spouse(s)||Françoise-Jeanne Denis (1664 - 1738), 1696 |
Nicolas d'Ailleboust de Manthet, known as Nicolas de Manthet, born 1664, killed in action 1709, was a Canadian captain in the French marines serving in Canada.
De Manthet fought in many battles during his military career. In 1689 he participated in an attack against the Senecas at the Lake of Two Mountains, thereby saving that years fur trade from capture. Together with Jacques le Moyne de Sainte-Hélène he led 114 Canadians and 96 allied Indians in the attack on Schenectady in 1690. He also participated in the raid against the Mohawk towns in 1692. It was when leading an attack against Fort Albany in the Hudson Bay that he was killed in action.
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- Blain 1982, vol. 2, pp. 13-14.
- Pritchard 2004, p. 335.
- Blain, Jean (1982). "Ailleboust de Manthet, Nicolas d'." Dictionary of Canadian Biography. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
- Pritchard, James (2004). In search of Empire. Cambridge University Press.
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