Jacques Maugras, 16391690 (aged 51 years)

Birth 1639 24 24
Death of a fatherClaude Maugras
February 6, 1662 (aged 23 years)
MarriageMarie Jeanne MorelView this family
November 20, 1668 (aged 29 years)
Birth of a daughterMarguerite Maugras
August 22, 1674 (aged 35 years)
Death 1690 (aged 51 years)

In 1686 the Province of New Hampshire was absorbed into the Dominion of New England, which dissolved in 1689. Until a new charter was issued in 1691 the region was de facto ruled by Massachusetts. For the purposes of genealogy (and contemporary social life) the region would have been considered New Hampshire.

On March 27, 1690, Salmon Falls (present-day Berwick, Maine), Province of New Brunswick, Great Britain's colonies in North America, was raided by a combined force of French troops and Wabanaki Confederacy forces (Mi'kmaq and Maliseet from Fort Meductic) who killed 34 men, captured 54, and destroyed the village as an element of King William's War. The village remained abandoned until 1703, when it was resettled under the name Newichawannock.

It seems likely, although I don't have citations to prove it yet, that Jacques Maugras's death is related to this event.

Family with parents
father
16151662
Birth: about 1615Ligny Chatel, Champagne, France
Death: February 6, 1662Ligny Chatel, Champagne, France
mother
1615
Birth: about 1615Ligny Chatel, Champagne, France
Marriage Marriageabout 1635Ligny le Chatel, Bourgogne, France
5 years
himself
16391690
Birth: 1639 24 24Ligny Chatel, Champagne, France
Death: 1690Salmon Falls, New Hampshire, Kingdom of England
Family with Marie Jeanne Morel
himself
16391690
Birth: 1639 24 24Ligny Chatel, Champagne, France
Death: 1690Salmon Falls, New Hampshire, Kingdom of England
wife
16531734
Birth: 1653Saint Quintin, Aisne, France
Death: April 8, 1734Trois Riveres, Quebec, Canada
Marriage MarriageNovember 20, 1668Trois-Rivières, Canada, Nouvelle-France, France
6 years
daughter
1674
Birth: August 22, 1674 35 21Trois Riveres, Quebec, Canada
DeathView

In 1686 the Province of New Hampshire was absorbed into the Dominion of New England, which dissolved in 1689. Until a new charter was issued in 1691 the region was de facto ruled by Massachusetts. For the purposes of genealogy (and contemporary social life) the region would have been considered New Hampshire.

On March 27, 1690, Salmon Falls (present-day Berwick, Maine), Province of New Brunswick, Great Britain's colonies in North America, was raided by a combined force of French troops and Wabanaki Confederacy forces (Mi'kmaq and Maliseet from Fort Meductic) who killed 34 men, captured 54, and destroyed the village as an element of King William's War. The village remained abandoned until 1703, when it was resettled under the name Newichawannock.

It seems likely, although I don't have citations to prove it yet, that Jacques Maugras's death is related to this event.