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Evelyn in Montreal: Ascendancy of Louis Vincent (m. Chevrefils, Marie Eulalie) | Pt.2


As a follow-up to the previously published  ascendancy of Louis Vincent (m. Chevrefils, Marie Eulalie), this would appear to be the household of your great-great grandparents Seraphin Vincent and Henriette Lacoste in Ste-Urbain. (Chateauguay) in 1881. I would suggest that the married couple that is living with them is probably their  son Louis Vincent and daughter-in-law Marie Eulalie Chevrefils.

 Name  Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
 Seraphin VINCENT  M  Male  Canadian  63  Quebec  Cultivateur  Catholique
 Henriette VINCENT  M  Female  Canadian  61  Quebec  Catholique
 Delphine VINCENT  Female  Canadian  39  Quebec  Catholique
 Louis VINCENT  M  Male  Canadian  33  Quebec  Cultivateur  Catholique
 Marie VINCENT  M  Female  Canadian  26  Quebec  Catholique
 Hormida VINCENT  Male  Canadian  26  Quebec  Cultivateur  Catholique
 Cleophas VINCENT  Male  Canadian  22  Quebec  Cultivateur  Catholique
 Marie VINCENT  Female  Canadian  4  Quebec  Catholique
 Zulma VINCENT  Female  Canadian  1  Quebec  Catholique


Seraphin Vincent and Desanges Riendeau in the 1851 census in St-Antoine (Longueuil).

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  1. Hi Evelyn,

    Just thought you should know that Desanges Riendeau (Reguindeau) was never married to Seraphin Vincent. She was married to Louis Chartier,according to the PRDH. And since I have never succeeded in finding any proof of a marriage to Seraphin, I’m going to have to go along with them.


    Note: Thanks for the comment – I have published it here and will take a second look at this next weekend.


    Comment by Nicky | November 6, 2012 | Reply

    • Hello again Nicky,
      If you check the post above I have added a copy of the record that I believe relates to this family.
      Thank you again for your initial comment and I look forward to any further feedback if I am mistaken.


      Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | December 9, 2012 | Reply

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