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Could the name have been spelt DEYNAUT at one time? I have a Therese Anne Deynaut who married a Joseph Pilie who was baptised in Jamaica after fleeing from St. Domingue. Here is the information:
Deynaut, Therese Anne, 6/14/1799. Legitimate daughter of Louis Christophe Deynaut, inhabitant of Partie du Nord of St. Domingue, and Marie Therese Vallade, born 10/28/1798, in Kingston. Godfather Tufroy Genty Vallade, inhabitant of Partie du Nord, St. Domingue represented by Marie Francoise Bernard La Nugue inhabitant of St. Domingue. Godmother Marie Anne Thorel, inhabitant of Le Cap, St. Domingue and resident in Kingston. Witnesses Laroque, Bouche. Baptism by Anthony Quigley. p. 29 (ROMAN CATHOLIC BAPTISMS, KINGSTON)