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Historical Document: Clement Dassylva & Marie Blais – Marriage, 1871

This is the original marriage record of Clement Dassylva (son of Thomas Dassylva and Anastasie Savard) to Marie Blais (daughter of Paul Hypolite Blais and Marie Huard) on November 23rd, 1850 in Grande-Riviere (Perce) in Gaspe, Quebec. Father Saucier officiated. Witnesses at their marriage were Clement’s father Clement Dassylva and Joseph Beaudin, a friend of the bride.

These are our Desilvas who left the Gaspe, moved to Miscou and became Golda Lagace‘s great-grandparents through Clementine Desilva.




Surname var.: Da Silva, Dasilva, Dasylva, Desilva, le Portuguais


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