Jean Daigre
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Jean Daigre (1698 - 1759)

Jean Daigre aka Daigle
Born in Kenescout, Pisiguit, Acadie, Nouvelle-Francemap [uncertain]
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married 6 Nov 1721 in Grand Pre, Acadiamap
Husband of — married 3 Feb 1727 in in Grand Pré, Acadiamap
Descendants descendants
Died in Hospital in Saint-Malo, Ille-et-Vilaine, Francemap
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Biography

Jean Daigre was born about 1698. He was the son of Bernard Daigre and Marie Claire Bourg. He married Marie Magdeleine Landry, daughter of Claude Landry and the late Catherine Tibodeau 6 Nov 1721 at Saint Charles des Mines.[1]

Marriages

Marriage 1 Marie Madeleine Marguerite LANDRY 6 Nov 1721 in Grand Pré, Acadia [2][3]
Children
  1. Madeleine DAIGRE b: 4 Sep 1722 in Grand Pré, Acadia c: 4 Sep 1722 in Grand Pré, Acadia
  2. Judith DAIGRE b: 2 Nov 1723 in Grand Pré, Acadia c: 2 Nov 1723 in Grand Pré, Acadia
  3. Marie Rose DAIGRE b: 15 Feb 1725 in Grand Pré, Acadia c: 14 Mar 1725 in Grand Pré, Acadia
Marriage 2 Marie Anne BREAU 3 Feb 1727 in Grand Pré, Acadia[4] [5]
Children
  1. Francoise DAIGRE b: 1727 in Pisiguit, Acadia c: 4 Jan 1728 in Grand Pré, Acadia
  2. Catherine DAIGRE b: Abt 1729 in Pisiguit, Acadia
  3. Jean DAIGRE b: Abt 1730 in Pisiguit, Acadia
  4. Olivier DAIGLE b: Abt 1731 in Pisiguit, Acadia
  5. Charles DAIGRE b: Abt 1733 in Pisiguit, Acadia
  6. Felicite DAIGRE b: Abt 1734 in Pisiguit, Acadia
  7. Anne Rosalie (Rose) DAIGRE b: Abt 1736 in Pisiguit, Acadia
  8. Marie DAIGRE b: Abt 1739 in Pisiguit, Acadia
  9. Paul DAIGRE b: Abt 1741 in Pisiguit, Acadia
  10. Ursule DAIGRE b: 1743 in Pisiguit, Acadia
  11. Marie Marguerite DAIGRE b: Abt 1744 in Pisiguit, Acadia
  12. Anne Josephe DAIGRE b: Abt 1748 in Pisiguit, Acadia
  13. Elisabeth DAIGRE b: Abt 1749 in Pisiguit, Acadia
Parish Register of Saint-Malo

Sources

  1. http://heritage.canadiana.ca/view/oocihm.lac_reel_c1870/606?r=0&s=5
  2. Title: Catholic Church Records, vol. 1a: Acadian Records, 1707-1748; Author: Diocese of Baton Rouge; 1999; Note: The Registers of St. Charles aux Mines in Acadia, from Grand Pré, carried into exile to St. Gabriel Church of Iberville, LA. Personal Copy; p. 55; Note (KTR): Discrepancy with date in DGFA following citation.
    Text: Jean Bapt. DAIGLE, son of Bernard DAIGLE & Marie BOURG, married 10 [sic] Nov 1721 Marie Magdeleine LANDRY, daughter of Claude LANDRY & deceased Catherine THIBODOT. Witnesses: Claude LANDRY [signed]; Bernard DAIGRE [signed]; Charle DAIGRE; Pierre DOUCET [signed] (SGA-2, 252).
  3. Title: Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes; Author: Stephen A. White; Publication: 2 vols., Moncton, New Brunswick: Centre d'Études Acadiennes, 1999; p. 448. Source published by Karen Theriot Reader, RootsWeb.com
    Text: Jean married 1st (Grand Pré Register) 6 [sic] Nov 1721 to Marie-Madeleine LANDRY, daughter o f Claude & Catherine THIBODEAU.
  4. http://heritage.canadiana.ca/view/oocihm.lac_reel_c1870/626?r=0&s=5
  5. Title: Catholic Church Records, vol. 1a: Acadian Records, 1707-1748; Author: Diocese of Baton Rouge; 1999; Note: The Registers of St. Charles aux Mines in Acadia, from Grand Pré, carried into exile to St. Gabriel Church of Iberville, LA. Page: pp. 43 & 54-55
    Text: (Consanguinity 3rd degree) (SGA-2, 233).
  • Title: Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes; Author: Stephen A. White; Publication: 2 vols., Moncton, New Brunswick: Centre d'Études Acadiennes, 1999; p. 498. Note: No place given. Source published by Karen Theriot Reader, RootsWeb.com
Text: Jean, born around 1698, son of Bernard DAIGRE & Marie-Claire BOURG.
  • Title: Du Grand Dérangement à la Déportation: Nouvelles perspectives historiques; Author: Ronnie-Gilles LeBlanc, ed.; Publication: Moncton, NB: Chaire d'études acadiennes, 2005; Page: p. 233. Source published by Karen Theriot Reader, RootsWeb.com
Note: Article by Ronnie-Gilles LeBlanc, "Pigiguit: l'impact du Grand Dérangement sur une communaut é de l'ancienne Acadie."
  • Title: Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes: 1715 à 1780; Author: Stephen A. White; Publication: Moncton, NB: Centre d'Études Acadiennes, draft version. Repository: Centre d'Études Acadiennes; Page: DAIGRE #8. Source published by Karen Theriot Reader, RootsWeb.com
Text: He died at the hospital of St-Malo, age 60 years (Archives of Port St-Servan).

Acknowledgements

WikiTree profile Daigle-145 created through the import of v86t0205 (1).ged on Jan 25, 2012 by Brian Jacques.



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Daigle-179 and Daigre-2 do not represent the same person because: There are too many discrepancies between the birth years for both Jean Daigre and his wife. Profiles for both of them do not share enough information to comfortably conclude that they are the same people. The fact that both Jean's have a wife named Ann and a daughter named Marie is not remarkable among the French considering those names are nearly constant amongst ALL French families.
posted by Joanna (Hall) Tolson
Daigle-179 and Daigre-2 do not represent the same person because: These are different people. Born a generation apart, in separate countries.
posted by Joanna (Hall) Tolson
Daigle-699 and Daigre-2 appear to represent the same person because: same name, parents, spouse. Merge into Daigre-2, the approved last name spelling for the Acadian project. Thanks! Daigre
posted by Jacqueline Girouard
Daigle-461 and Daigre-2 appear to represent the same person because: same family links. DGFA estimates birth year to be 1698; Robichaux estimates 1699. (see Daigle-461). DGFA doesn't have a birth place but another source gives Pigiguit. Daigre is the recommended family name per Acadian project.
posted by Jacqueline Girouard
Daigle-21 and Daigle-406 appear to represent the same person because: same name, date and place of death, origin and year of birth
posted by Danielle Liard
Daigle-21 and Daigre-2 appear to represent the same person because: Same name, birth years are close, child Felicite is consistent. Jean Baptiste had a child named Felicite who married Jean Baptiste Pitre. He married twice: Marie Madeleine Landry and Marie Anne Breau. If they are not the same person, they should not share the same spouse. This webpage has good sources which can be verified: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?opGET&dbkatheriot&id=I3545.
posted by Jacqueline Girouard
Daigle-21 and Daigre-2 do not represent the same person because: Lots of "almost" information, but too many missing pieces.
posted by Joanna (Hall) Tolson

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