1881 – 1967
Gonzague Blais (son of Charles Blais and Caroline Cloutier) married Ildea Obe (daughter of Sifroy Obe and Mathilde Savignac) on September 24th, 1901 in Ste-Genevieve Parish in Berthier, Quebec.
Acadian and/or French Canadian Marriages
Male | Female
Blais, Antoine | Charbonneau, Aimable
1765 Lavaltrie Berthier Lanaudiere QC CAN
Blais, Antoine | St Fil, Therese
1790 Pabos Gaspesie-Iles-de-les-Madeleines QC CAN
Blais, Augustin | Theriault, Genevieve
1785 Montmagny Chaudiere-Appalaches QC CAN Continue reading
Marion Calway wanted information about a Botting family who lived in Quebec around the 1820s. Henry Botting married to Mary/Maria. I think Henry may have married again after Maria’s death. They have the following children: Eliza, Elizabeth Ann, Henry, Hannah, Mary (born 1807)
August 5th, 1828
St. Andrew’s Parish
Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
Pierre Blais /Isamen/Guisamen/Vivarais | Angelique Chatigny
January 17th, 1763
Gabriel Blais / St-Martin | Marie-Anne Lesourd dit Duchesne
July 3rd, 1741 Continue reading
Clermont Langlois was looking for the parents of Thomas Blais.
Thomas Blais, son of
Joseph Blais + Josephine Letourneau
Alice Cantin, daughter of
Francois Cantin + Rosalie Genest
This marriage took place on 14 May 1918 in the parish of Ste-Jeanne in Pont-Rouge, Portneuf, Quebec, Canada.
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