Isaac Jogues (1607-1646)
Martyred: Mohawk village of Ossernenon, New France (now Auriesville, New York, USA)
Isaac Jogues, came to Huronia in 1636, supplied at mission outposts for three years, helped to build Ste. Marie (1639), explored as far west as Sault Ste. Marie.
Captured by the Iroquois when returning to Ste. Marie from Quebec (1642), he was tortured, lost his fingers, made a slave. He escaped to France, but returned the same year to again be an emissary and missionary to the Iroquois.
He was martyred at Auriesville, N.Y. at age of thirty-nine.