Jean Bourg was born around 1684 in Port-Royal, Acadie. He passed away in February 1757 at about 74 years of age, and was buried on 22 February of that year in the cemetery of Port-la-Joye, (sud-ouest de la Croix). 
CENSUS: 1686, Port Royal, Acadia, age 3 [after 6 daughters]
CENSUS: 1693, age 9 years.
CENSUS: 1698, age 14 [or 16] years, resident, unmarried.
Placide Gaudet, REPORT CONCERNING CANADIAN ARCHIVES FOR THE YEAR 1905; 1600-1800; vol. II, part A, original a Sessional Paper no. 18 of the Archives, reprinted Heritage Books, 1994; p. 79; copy in possession of Karen Theriot Reader Reader-22.
The census in 1752 by the Sieur de la ROQUE: Jean BOURG, ploughman, native of l'Acadie, age 69 years, has been in the country 15 months. Married to Francoise AUCOIN, age 64; four children. They have 4 cows, 1 calf, 1 sow, 4 pigs, and 8 fowls or chickens on land given to them verbally by Monsieur de BONNAVENTURE, situated on the south side of the Riviere du Ouest. They have made a clearing and sown 3 bushels of grain.
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