Jeanne was born around 1658.  She was listed in the 1671 census of Port-Royal at age 13 in her family’s household.
Jeanne and Étienne Pellerin were married about 1675, probably in Port-Royal since they appear in the 1678 census of Port-Royal with their two daughters age 2 and 6 months.  They own 1 arpent of land, and 4 head of cattle. Between about 1676 and 1699 they had ten children: Madeleine, Marie, Pierre, Anne, Jean-Baptiste, Jeanne, Charles (dit Toc), Bernard, Alexandre, Marguerite.
Their growing family was counted in Port-Royal again in 1686
 and 1701
Jeanne passed away in 1735 in Port-Royal at the age of about eighty according to the burial record. She was interred on 3 November 1735. The date of death is omitted in the register.
Young, J.A. The Lejeunes of Acadia and the Youngs of Southwest Louisiana: A Genealogical Study of the Lejeunes of Acadia and the Descendants of Joseph Lejeune/Young and Patsy Perrine Hay,published by Grand-pere Farm,1991.
Francois SAVOYE, 50, wife, Catherine LeJEUNE 38; children: Francoise 18, Germain 17, Marie 14, Jeanne 13, Catherine 9, Françoise 8, Barabe 6, Andree 4, Marie 2; cattle 4, 6 arpents. Note: there is an error in this English translation; baby Marie is 11/2 years in the French Census (See image to the right).
↑ Tim Hebert; 1678 Port Royal Acadian Census noting that the correlations for this census were done by Rev. Clarence J. d'Entremont, Fairhaven, Massachusetts.1678 Census
E Pellerin & Jeanne Savoy. 1 acre, 4 cattle. 2 girls: Madeleine 2 b 1676, Marie 6/M b 1678.
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Jeanne by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
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