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Philippe Mius-d'Azy was born in Acadie about 1660, son of Philippe Mius-Sieur-d'Entremont-de Pombomcoup of France and Madeleine Helie, also from France. He was listed in the first Acadian census at 11 years of age in his family's household at Pombomcoup (present day Pubnico, N.S.) 
He was counted again in the 1686 census but this time in Port-Royal. He was 24 years of age (with no mention of wife or child), living with his widowed father age 77 and younger sister Madeleine. 
The first spouse of Philippe Mius d'Azy was an unknown woman. Her name on WikiTree is Marie Coyoteblanc and is a modern construct given by some who aren't comfortable with using "Unknown" and want to give her honor and dignity--she and her parents are currently unknown to us.  They married around 1678 and between about 1678 and around 1684 they had four or five children: Joseph, Marie Marguerite, twins Maurice & Mathieu and Françoise. (see discussion below)
Marie Coyoteblanc very likely passed away after 1682 (estimated birth of Mathieu and Maurice) and before 1687 since around that year Philippe married another Amerindian woman also named Marie.
The 1708 census shows Philippe living in a Mi'kmaq community at La Hève with his second wife Marie and six of their children.
The same census indicates that Jacques and Marie Coyote-Blanc’s grown children had settled in Cap-Sable (Joseph 35, Marie 28, Mathieu 26) and in Mouscoudabouet (present day Musquodoboit Harbour, N.S.) (Maurice 26).
The second spouse of Philippe Mius d'Azy was also an unknown, likely an Amerindian woman, given the name Marie Kjipuktuk on WikiTree, a modern construct given by some who aren't comfortable with using "Unknown" and want to give her honor and dignity--she and her parents are currently unknown to us. Between about 1688 and 1705 the couple had nine children: Jacques, Marie, Pierre, Madeleine, Françoise, Francois, Jean Baptiste, Philippe, and Anne Marie dite Nanette.
Philippe passed away after the census of 1708.
NOTE: Today the name d’Entremont is reserved exclusively for the descendants of Jacques I Mius d’Entremont and that of Mius is reserved exclusively for the descendants of Philippe II Mius d’Entremont.
The Mothers of Acadia Maternal DNA project is conducting ongoing research to verify the descendants of Philippe's first wife and thus her haplogroup. In 2020, Stephen White reported that the unknown spouse of Philippe Mius d'azy married about 1678 had a haplogroup X2a2. Lucie Leblanc Constantino has not reported a maternal family tree here. Ongoing test results are also reported here. As of May 2014, only one descendant has reported an X2a2 haplogroup. The detailed results of the test need to be examined in order to distinguish between European and less common Amerindian origins.
Another group known as Amerindian Ancestry Out of Acadia DNA PROJECT, posts its results here. Five of five descendants of "Marie Coyoteblanc, wife of Philippe Mius d'Azy NS" report an "A haplogroup", consistent with Amerindian origins. (DNA maternal testing of some five women all lead back to Philippe Mius II 's first wife, but they have not provided a family tree to verify these claims. They could all be related to the Simoneaus of Louisiana through Françoise's half sister Marie Marguerite.)
Second wife Marie
The Mothers of Acadia Maternal DNA project conducts research to verify Marie Unknown, the second spouse of Philippe Mius d'Azy, who married about 1687. As of May, 2020, Stephen White had no reported results for her 
The descendants of Philippe II Mius d’Entremont, known as d’Azy, all have Native American blood, because all his children resulted from his marriages to the Native American women.
Jacques Bonnevie's wife, Françoise Mius is often included in the list of children of Philippe and his first wife. There's no known documented evidence of her parents. This not to be confused with Françoise of Philippe's second marriage.
Egalement, ils écrivent souvents que Jean-Baptiste et Marie sont les enfants de Philippe et sa deuxième femme, Marie. 
Stephen White in the Dictionnaire généalogique des familles acadiennes added a note on page 1207 concerning the children and spouses of Philippe Mius d’Azy : “C’est la reconstitution de la famille de Philippe Mius d’Azy par le Père d’Entremont que nous avons suivie ci-dessus.” In other words, his list of Philippe Mius d’Azy’s spouses and children was based on Père Clarence J d’Entremont’s research in his book Histoire du Cap-Sable.
Here is the list in the Dictionnaire:
Children with unidentified Amerindian (married c1678)
Françoise c1697 m1 unidentified spouse; m2 René Grand-Claude; m3 Pierre Cellier dit Charêt
François c1700 m Marie ___
Anne-Marie c1705 m Paul Guedry dit Grivois Cormier-1939 02:47, 3 February 2020 (UTC)
Philippe Mius, aussi connu sous le nom de Mius d'Entremont et Philippe II d' Entremont d'Azy, était le fils de Philippe Mius, baron de Pobomcoup et de Madeleine Hélie. Il est né vers 1660, fort probablement à Pobomcoup, Acadie car sa famille a été enumérée à cet endroit lors du recensement de 1671.. Philippe a aussi été compté lors du recensement de 1686 mais cette fois à Port-Royal. Âgé de 24 ans, il demeurait avec son père qui venait de perdre son épouse, et sa plus jeune soeur Madeleine. Il n'y avait aucune mention d'une épouse ou d'un enfant, bien qu'il était fort probablement marié à ce moment à Marie Coyoteblanc. Plus tard vers 1687 il a épousé une autre amérindienne dont le nom est inconnu mais qui a été nommée Marie Kjipuktuk par la suite afin d'honorer ses origines, tout comme l'a été Marie Coyoteblanc.
↑ "Acadian Ancestral Home", hosted by Lucie LeBlanc Consentino; Acadia 1708 Census. Lucie’s note: ”Archives Publiques du Canada. Extrait F.1, 466-1. Copy of part of a manuscript in the possession of Mr. Edward E. Ayer of Chicago.” Note here: Acadian Census microfilm C-2572 of the National Archives of Canada “Acadie Recensements 1671 – 1752”, Image 238 containing only text which says that this census can be found “dans le cartable indiqué Vol 466 Pt. 2”. Note here: 1708 Census MG 18, F 18, 31 pages; Recensement nominatif des Français de Cap-Sable, Port-Razoir et La Have; recensement nominatif des Indiens en Acadie: Port Royal, Cap-Sable, La Have, Les Mines, Cap-Breton, Chignectou, Pentagouet, rivière Saint-Jean et autres lieux. Transcript available on-site, not on microfilm.
p. 12 :Indians From La Hève and surrounding area :10th family
Philippe Mieusse, 48 
Marie his wife, 38  (a second wife m. around 1687)
Jacques his son, 20 
Pierre his son, 17 
Francois his son 8 
Philipe his son 5 
Françoise his daughter 11 
Anne his daughter 3 
↑ 6.06.1 "Four Generations of d'Entremonts", Musee des Acadiens des Pubnicos & Centre de recherche, Societe historique acadienne de Pubnico-Ouest, c. 2019
↑ White, Stephen A, "Founding Mothers of Acadia," Lucie LeBlanc Consentino Acadian & French Canadaian Ancestral Home, 2008-Present, Accessed 10/30/2020
↑ 8.08.18.28.3 d'Entremont, Clarence-Joseph. Histoire du Cap-Sable de l'An Mil au Traité de Paris, 1763. Hebert Publications: Eunice, LA, 1981. 3:1010.
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Philippe by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
Y-chromosome DNA test-takers in his direct paternal line on WikiTree: