Elisabeth Dugas, daughter of Pierre Dugas and Elisabeth Boug was born about 1739 in Cobeguit, Acadie. She accompanied her family to France when they were forced into exile by the British. Elisabeth and Alselme Pitre married 14 Feb 1763 in St. Suliac, Ille-et-Vilaine, France.  Elisabeth died following childbirth in April 1776 in Nantes, Loire-Atlantique, France. She was buried in St-Jacques parish cemetery in Nantes on 28 Apr 1776. 
Text: Buried at St-Jacques parish, age 37 years, following childbirth.
Title: Acadians in Exile in Saint Malo 1758-1785; Author: Albert J. Robichaux; Publication: Hebert Publications, Eunice, Louisiana 1981; Vol 1; copy in possession of Girouard-4019; p. 637
Title: The Acadian Exiles in Nantes, 1775 – 1785; Author: Albert J. Robichaux; Publication: Author, 1978; copy in possession of Girouard-4019
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