High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Robert Monckton (24 June
1726 - 21 May 1782) was an officer of the British army and a
colonial administrator in British North America. He had a
distinguished military and political career, being second in
command to General Wolfe at the battle of Quebec and subsequently
being the Governor of New York State. Monckton is also remembered
for his role in the deportation of the Acadians from British
controlled Nova Scotia (because of their refusal to swear an
unqualified oath of loyalty to the British Crown), and also from
French controlled Acadia (present day New Brunswick) during the
early part of the Seven Years War. The city of Moncton, New
Brunswick, (about 50km west of Fort Beausejour) is named for him.
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