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Officers at Michilimackinac and Fort Mackinac 1742-1882

Early Officers At The Fort
Michilimackinac and Mackinac

This list of officers was compiled in 1883 by Dwight H. Kelton. The dates given are the dates each started at the fort and includes French, British and United States officers to 1882.  NOTE: Michilimackinac was built in 1714-15 by the French and was located at Mackinaw City on the lower peninsula until it was moved at the end of 1799 to 1780 and rebuilt on Mackinac Island.  It's name was changed at that time to Fort Mackinac.

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List of Mackinac Military Officers
Total Records:  248
Surname Given Rank Company Date Of Service Military Post Given Title Other Titles Extra Note Country
COUTEROT    Lieutenant  Infantry  1756 July 19  Michilimackinac  Monsieur      French 
De L'ANGLADE    Second in Command    1758 July 02  Michilimackinac  Monsieur      French 
De NOYELLE Jr.    Commandant    1747 February 07  Michilimackinac  Monsieur      French 
De NOYELLE Jr.    Commandant    1747 June 20  Michilimackinac  Monsieur      French 
De NOYELLE Jr.    Commandant    1747 September 01  Michilimackinac  Monsieur      French 
LEGARDEUR De ST. PIERRE  Jacques  Captain and Kings Commandant    1748 Februray 28  Michilimackinac  Monsieur      French 
LEGARDEUR De ST. PIERRE  Jacques  Captain and Kings Commandant    1749 March 11  Michilimackinac  Monsieur      French 
LEGARDEUR De ST. PIERRE  Jacques  Captain and Kings Commandant    1749 June 21  Michilimackinac  Monsieur      French 

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