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Jean-Baptiste Landry (abt. 1686 - bef. 1763)

Jean-Baptiste Landry
Born about in Les Mines, Acadie, Nouvelle-Francemap
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Husband of — married 17 Oct 1718 in Saint-Charles-des-Mines, Grand-Pré, Acadie, Colony of Nova Scotiamap
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Died before before about age 77 in Nantes, Bretagne, Francemap
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Jean Baptiste Landry was born about 1686. He was the son of Claude Landry and Marie-Catherine Thibodeau. Since the family lived in Les Mines in 1686 when the census was taken, and he was born after that census and still found in the same place in 1693, he is thought to have been born in Les Mines.[1]

He married Marguerite Comeau, daughter of Jean Comeau and Catherine Babin 17 Oct 1718 at Saint Charles des Mines.[2][3]


  1. White, Stephen A. English Supplement to the Dictionnaire Généalogique Des Familles Acadiennes ,Part I 1636 to 1714; Moncton, N.-B.: Centre D'études Acadiennes, Université De Moncton, 2000, Print. P. 924
  2. Paroisse de St. Charles des Mines, Grand Pré, Acadie, Québec Province, digital images, Héritage, Genealogy collection, Library and Archives Canada, reel C-1869, Parish Registers: Nova Scotia : C-1869, roll 1, Image 594. Marriage for Jean Baptiste Landry and Marguerite Comeau, 17 Oct 1718. Accessed 5 Nov 2021. This register is a transcript written around 1895 of the original registers currently held at the Baton Rouge Diocese Archives in Louisiana, USA.
  3. Diocese of Baton Rouge Catholic Church Records: Acadian Records 1707-1748 (Baton Rouge, LA, Diocese of Baton Rouge, 1999), Personal Collection, Marriage of Marguerite Comeaux (Jean Comeaux and Catherine Babin) m. 17 Oct. 1718 Jean Baptiste Landry (Claude Landry and Catherine Thibodeau) wit. Jean Commaux (s); Claude Babyn (s); Pierre Doucet (s); J. Mouton (s); Claude Landry (s); Claude Babin. Note: part of page 259 is missing, underlined text is from 1895 transcription. (SGA-2, 258-259)."

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how abut some info on Marie-Claire Dugas? Dugas is a primary name for me; my grandmother was a Dugas
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