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Jeanne Bourg was born about 1659 in Acadie. She is the 12-year-old daughter of Antoine Bourg and Antoinette Landry on the 1671 Acadian Census, at Port-Royal, Acadie,  although there is another sister, also called Jeanne who was born around 1653. That sister married Jean Belliveau.
Around 1677 Jeanne married Pierre Comeau dit l'Esturgeon, son of Pierre Comeau and Rose Bayon. Their first child was born fairly quickly as she was age 1 in the 1678 census.. Their family expanded quickly with 6 children by 1686, although the census says she was just 22, Jeanne's real age would have been closer to 27.. More children arrived in rapid sequence, including twins Catherine and Elisabeth who were born in 1692. In 1800 the twins were incorrectly identified in the transcription as triplets, Francoise having been born a year later according to other records.. Some additional children (not theirs/incorrect names?) are present in 1701, again not supported by other research.
Altogether, the couple had 18 children: Marie, Abraham, Marguerite, Anne, Marie-Jeanne, Joseph (dit GrandJean), Madeleine, Pierre, Angélique, Élisabeth (Isabelle) (twin), Catherine (twin), Françoise, Cécile, Jean, François, Maurice, Ambroise, and Jacques. 
The censuses of the times in which they lived indicates that Pierre and Jeanne raised the family at Port-Royal in Acadie (now Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada). Their farm was located east of the fort on the south shore of the Dauphin (Annapolis) River.
Jeanne died before February 22, 1724, in Acadia.
1667-70 Treaty of Breda cedes Acadia to the French; settlement resumes
c1671 residence, Port-Royal
c1677 marriage to Pierre Comeau
c1678 birth, daughter Marie
1678 residence, Port-Royal
c1680 birth, son Abraham
c1681 birth, daughter Marguerite
c1682 birth, daughter Anne
c1683 birth, daughter Marie-Jeanne
c1685 birth, son Joseph (dit GrandJean)
1686 residence, Port-Royal
c1687 birth, daughter Madeleine, in Port-Royal
’’1687 War of the League of Augsburg (King William’s War) starts between England and France
c1688 birth, son Pierre
1690 Phipps captures and sacks Port-Royal, coerces inhabitants' oaths of allegiance to English Crown, sets up local Peacekeeping Council and leaves within 12 days. Seaman from two ships later loot and burn between 28 and 35 homes/habitations including the parish church.
c1692 birth, daughter Angélique
c1692 birth, daughter Élisabeth(Isabelle)( twin)
c1692 birth, daughter Catherine (twin)
1693 residence, Port-Royal
c1693 birth, daughter Françoise
1693 Port-Royal raid with looting and burning.
c1694 birth, daughter Cécile
c1696 birth, son Jean
1697 Treaty of Ryswick restores Acadia to France; Port-Royal is its capital
c1699 birth, son François
c1699 birth, son Maurice
1700-1 residence, Port-Royal
1702 War of the Spanish Succession (Queen Anne’s War) starts between England and France
1704 birth, son Ambroise
1704 Blockade of Port Royal; no destruction of houses but some inhabitants taken prisoner
1705 birth, son Jacques
1707 residence, Port-Royal
1707 Attack on Port-Royal; burning and pillaging
1710 Siege of Port-Royal; French surrender the Fort. Port-Royal, Acadia becomes Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia’’
1713: Treaty of Utrecht. France cedes Acadia to England. Permanent British rule’’
at Port-Royal: Pierre COMEAU 42, Jeanne BOURG his wife 36, Marie 13, Abraham 12, Marguerie 11, Anne 9, Jeanne 8, Joseph 7, Pierre 5, Angelique 2, Elizabeth and Catherine, twins, 1; 15 cattle, 20 sheep, 12 hogs, 20 arpents, 1 gun.
↑ Griffiths, Naomi E.S., From migrant to Acadian : a North-American border people, 1604-1755, Montreal (Québec), McGill-Queen's University Press, 2005, p147-151 (King William’s War); p 267-268 (oaths of allegiance)
↑ 13.013.113.213.313.413.513.6 Dunn, Brenda. A History of Port Royal / Annapolis Royal 1605-1800. Nimbus Publishing, p 40,43 (1693 PR raid); p44-45 (1697 Treaty of Ryswick); p52-53(1702 Queen Anne’s War); p61-62 (Blockade of PR); p 71-73(1707 Attack on PR); p82-85(1710 Siege of PR).
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Jeanne by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
Mitochondrial DNA test-takers in the direct maternal line: