I did some work trying to find de Vigné(spelled various ways) without conclusions. One confusion: The Scottish and Ulster-Scot way of spelling Jane was Jean (or rarely Jain). To the French, of course, Jean is the man's name John. So, when I first saw "Jean Vigné the first European child born on Manhattan Island", I had to follow up and, you guessed it, he was John, born 1624 or 1625. Maybe on Manhattan, maybe not. I'm not the only one who jumped at the record. He has actually been included as Joseph's wife by some.
I am sure there were a lot of attempts to Anglicize it in British-dominated colonial America. It became Devine as well as others. Supposedly a descendant living in the 20th century owned her chair and had the name as "Jinny Diviny".
The point is, anyway, don't confuse the woman born in 1703 with the man born about 1724 in (possibly) Manhattan. If you have that in your charts, I'd suggest correcting it.