I am researching the ancestry of Anne Doucet, who married Charles Dupuis in exile in Connecticut around August 1768 (marriage rehabilitated in Laprairie, Québec, 04/09/1769). Anne Doucet died 08/16/1790 in L'Acadie, Québec, age 41.
My research had led me to believe that Anne was the daughter of Jean-Baptiste Doucet (son of René and Marie Brossard, born 08/20/1725 in Port Royal, died in 1756 in Antigua) and Anne Bourg (daughter of Joseph and Louise Robichaud), married 01/20/1749 in Port Royal, second marriage to Joseph Hébert in 1761 in Connecticut.
However, this morning, I notice that the PRDH database tells a different story, having Anne Doucet as the daughter of Joseph Doucet (son of Mathieu and Anne Lord) and Anne Bourg (daughter of Pierre and Elisabeth Brossard), married 11/23/1735 ion Port Royal.
I know that PRDH is highly reputable, but I am not sure how much I trust them for Acadian genealogy. I am also suspicious, because Joseph Doucet and his wife both died in Trois-Rivières, and most of their children were married there, and in Bécancour (whereas my Doucet connections are in Laprairie and L'Acadie). Also, I know that it was common for siblings to have similar names at that time, but, among the children for that couple, PRDH has two by the name of Marie Anne (one married Michel Becot in 1761 in New England,the other married Alexis Raux in 1775 in Trois-Rivières) in addition to "my" Anne!
Does anyone know anything about these people from a source other than PRDH?