Febronie Patenaude, daughter of Charles Patenaude and Osithe Gamache, married Joseph Normandin in 1882. The marriage is recorded as record number M.15 in the records of the Parish of St. Valentin for 1882.
The Marriage Record of Joseph Normandin and Febronie Patenaude – 1882
SOURCE: Gabriel Drouin, comp. Drouin Collection. Montréal, Québec, Canada: Institut Généalogique Drouin. Marriage Record of Joseph Normandin and Febronie Patenaude, Parish of St. Valentin, St. Jean County, Québec, Canada, 1882. Back of Folio 18 & Front of Folio 19, M.15.
Click on the link for a PDF copy of the Marriage Record of Joseph Normandin and Febronie Patenaude – 1882. Translated from the French, the record states:
M.15. [Marriage #15]
On the ninth of October, one thousand eight hundred eighty two, after the dispensation of the publication of two banns of marriage and of both publications for the diocese of Sherbrooke, agreed by Mister D.A. Maréchal, vicar general of this diocese, and after the publication of one other bann made at the homilies of our parish masses, here and at St. Bernard of Lacolle how he [one word?] by the certificate of Mister L.G. Plamondon, priest of this place, between Joseph Normandin, farmer of the parish of St. Bernard, of legal age, son of Joseph Normandin and the deceased Ursule Baulier of [Chavrely?] United States of the first part, and Febronie Patenaude of this parish, of legal age, daughter of Charles Patenaude and Osithe Gamache of Coatacook of the second part; not declaring any impediment to said marriage, we, the undersigned priest of this parish, have, with the agreement of the parents of the bride, received their mutual consent of marriage and have given them the nuptial benediction in the presence of David Vaschereau, friend of the groom, Elzéar Cognac, friend of the bride, and several others, they have signed with the groom, the others have declared they were not able to sign.
Febronie Patenaude Joseph Normandin
Corine Hébert Marguerite Patenaude
J. Chr. God. Gandin, priest
This record appears twice in the Drouin Collection. The first record, the civil copy, is on the back of folio 18 and the front of folio 19, found as image 21 of 51 on Ancestry.com. The second copy, the church copy, is on the back of folio 104 and front of folio 105, found as image 48 of 52 on Ancestry.com.
There were a couple of places in this document I couldn’t decipher. One is the location of the groom’s parents, who are from [Chavrely?] United States. This could be an important location, but I can’t understand the word before United States.