Céloron de Blainville

Céloron de Blainville is a French family of officers and colonial administrators, who notably played a role in New France beginning in the 17th century. He is the subject in a folk song by Robert Schertz entitled Celeron.

PersonsEdit

Famous Céloron de Blainville family are :

AttentionEdit

The way of writing Céloron de Blainville is often wrong especially in modern documents :

  • "Céloron" (or often Celoron in texts in English) is often miswritten "Celeron" ou "Céleron", because of confusion with the Intel Celeron chipset of 2002.
  • "Blainville" is often miswritten "Bienville", because of confusion with the name of the New France hero Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville.
  • So the writing "Celeron de Bienville" is common on the Internet but wrong.

PlacesEdit

From the family Céloron de Blainville, came :

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Ville de Blainville Archived 2009-02-01 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ States and regents of the world, an alphabetical listing notamment sur woldstatesmen.org [1], rulers.org [2] et autres sites