Claire Dugas, the daughter of Joseph Dugas (c1680) and Claire Bourg (c1682), was born in 1706 at Cobeguit, Acadie. She married Jean Hebert, son of Jean Hebert (c1681) and Marie-Marguerite Landry (c1682), in 1730 at Beaubassin, Acadie.
In the census of 1752 she was a widow, the family residing at l'Ascension Grande, Île Royale, Acadie:
Claire Dugast, widow of the late Jean Hébert, aged 46 years, she has been in the country one year. She has two sons and six daughters: Pierre Hébert, aged 17 years; Jean, aged 12 years; Françoise, aged 21 years; Elisabeth, aged 19 years; Anne, aged 15 years; Hélène, age 10 years; Marie Joseph, aged 8 years; Victoire, aged 5 years. And in stock they have three oxen, one cow, one bull, three wethers, two sows and two pigs.
Based on the date and location of her death, she was exiled to France from Île Saint-Jean in 1758.
Claire Dugas died on February 13, 1759 at St-Malo, Ille-et-Vilaine, France.
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