In the census of 1752 we find the family residing at l'Ascension Grande:
“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."
Claire died on February 13, 1759 at St-Malo, Ille-et-Vilaine, France.
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Marie Claire by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
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