According to the births of their children between 1735 and 1755, they were still in residence at Port-Royal (Annapolis Royal), as was the family of his brother Pierre, where their children were still being baptized, and his sister Marguerite.His father Francois (who returned to Port-Royal and ded there in 1733), brother Joseph, and sisters Madeleine and Marie-Anne were among those who removed to Port-Toulouse (lower Cape Breton Island) near Fort Louisbourg.
Louis (d Deschambault) and Marguerite (exiled first to Massachusetts, died at Ste-Foy) went to Quebec.Joseph died in Port-Toulouse area before the 1752 census. Madeleine died at Grand-Pre in 1747. Pierre and his family, while at Fort Beausejour in 1763, settled in Memramcook, New Brunswick.We do not know what became of sons Jean, Francois Jr and Michel Boudrot, or where Marie-Anne died.
Don't count on the censuses to tell you everything you want to know.Sometimes families were forgotten, overlooked or simply dodged the census takers.You have to use the vital (birth, marriage and death) records as the main sources and to fill in the gaps where the census records are lacking.