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Gage Averill and Louis Carl Saint-Jean

was born in Fond Droit, a section of Léogâne, on 10 May 1925. His father, Alexis Saint Fleur Henry, from Grande-Rivière-du-Nord, was a farmer and later a commercial truck driver, and his grandfather Joseph a banjo player. His mother, Denise Delance, worked for the Hôpital Sanatorium of Port-au-Prince and engaged in small business. Over four decades in the music industry, Coupé Cloué became one of Haiti’s most beloved troubadours, admired (and sometimes disparaged) for his wit, puns, and playfully ribald lyrics. Although little is known publicly of his marriage, he was married to Augusta Théodat Henry, and the couple had three children, including Jean Gesner Henry Jr. In interviews, Henry revealed that he was the father of seven children in all.

At the age of about 5 or 6 Jean Gesner Henry and his mother joined his godmother a devoted Seventh Day Adventist in the Portail Saint Joseph neighborhood ...