Charles Regnault/Renaud, sieur du Buisson:  (1664 -1739)
In Sept. of 1710 Charles was hiring men to go to Detroit and becomes commander of Detroit in that year when Cadillac leaves to assume his new appointment as Governor of Louisiana (Francois LaForest is appointed as the new commander at Detroit but is unable to take command for some time. By the spring of 1712 he was still the temporary commander at Detroit, when the Mascouten tribe arrived in the area, fleeing the Potawatomis & Ottawa for the assistance of the Fox & French. Dubuisson refused his protection and chose to ally the French with the pursuers who arrived & fought the Mascouten & Fox. Father Marest estimated, 800 Fox & Mascoutens were killed or taken prisoner and Dubuisson estimates were or 1000 loses to the fleeing tribes. On 11 Nov.1717 Vaudreuil sent him to command the post of Ouiatanon and Aug. of 1721 sent to the Miami Post as commander.