GERMAIN DOUCET says Laverdure. 1595-
The unique ancestor of Doucet, arrives at Hève, in Acadie, in 1632, with the commander Isaac de Razilly, where one finds it in July 1640, with the title of " captain of weapons of Pentagouët ", the right arm of the governor of Acadie, Charles de Menou d'Aulnay of Charnizay; it receives the honors of the war against Bostonnais.
Germain Doucet, known as Laverdure was born about 1595, originating in the parish in Conflans-in-Brye, out of Champagne, France. After the death of the governor Charles d'Aulney, in 1650, Germain Doucet deals with the command of the fort of Royal Port and the children of the late governor. The wife of the ancestor Germain Doucet is Marie Bourgeois, sister of ancestor Jacques Bourgeois, lieutenant of the garrison to Port-Royal. So now, 16 August 1654, Port-Royal must for the first time go to the English, after a burning fight of 100 soldiers against 500, in the condition express " That Sieur of the Greenery says it will leave strong the soldiers and servants... with weapons and drums beating, sign deployed, balls in mouth, mousquet or rifle on the shoulder... and two small parts of guns... and their luggage in which will be included/understood the fur skins which will be to them deliver for the payment of their pledges... and will be to them fourny bastiment for their passage in France with their food for two months and ammunition of war apartenent with the Republic of England, Scotland and Ireland, like aussy very other païs with them belonging. " Germain Doucet turns over inevitably to France, in 1654, following the capitulation leaving in Acadie four children, including two wire not married yet and two girls who were already married. Pierre Doucet was born about 1621, in France and Marie in 1660, with Port-Royal, with Henriette Pelletret. Marguerite-Louise Doucet, born about 1625, with Couperans-Brie, out of Champagne, in France, wife with Port-Royal, in 1647 or 1648, Abraham Dugas, arms manufacturer of the king, native in 1616, of Toulouse, in Languedoc, in France. Germain Doucet born about 1641, in Acadie, wife in 1664, Marie Landry. OtherDoucet girl, Marie about 1650, with Pierre LeJeune. Pierre and Germain, are the ancestors of all Doucet of America. With the census of 1671 with Port-Royal, Marguerite Doucet, 46 years, is married in Abraham Dugast and dies on December 19, 1707, with Port-Royal, in Acadie.