Augustin de Boschenry de Drucour
Augustin de Boschenry de Drucour or de Drucourt (signed Chevalier de Drucour, baptized March 27, 1703—August 28, 1762) was a French military officer, who led the French defence in the Siege of Louisbourg.
In October 1746, while aboard the Mars, a French naval vessel which was returning to France as part of the failed Duc d'Anville Expedition, he was taken prisoner by the British, and imprisoned for a year before returning to France.
- Biography at the Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online
- Letter of Governor Drucour to a friend written at Andover, October 1758
- This latter spelling is the preferred one in French. His birthplace, Drucourt, has been spelled with a final t since the 12th century.
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