Marc-Joseph Marion du Fresne (22 May 1724 – 12 June 1772), with the surname sometimes spelt Dufresne, was a Breton-born French explorer who made important discoveries in the south Indian Ocean, in Tasmania and in New Zealand. Du Fresne was killed by Māori in 1772.
Georges-Charles Dufresne (23 November 1876, Millemont - 8 August 1938, La Seyne-sur-Mer) was a French painter, engraver, sculptor and decorator. He came from a family of sailors and fishermen that originated in Granville. He left school to study engraving, then went to Paris, where he enrolled at the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts and found a position in the workshops of Hubert Ponscarme. Later, he became an assistant to the sculptor and medalist, Alexandre Charpentier.
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After betraying the pirates with Hornigold and rejoining the English, he was finally killed by John Silver. Nothing is known of Dufresne's background, or why he joined the pirates of Nassau. However, he appears to be one of more educated members of Flint's crew.
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