Robert Monckton (June 24th 1726 - May 21st 1782) was a Officier of the British armed and a colonial Administrateur in British North America (today the Canada). Monckton is known for its role during the Grand Disturbance, the deportation of the Acadiens of the Nova Scotia. The town of Moncton, with the New Brunswick, the most important city of Acadian, is named in its honor. This choice remains discussed.
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