On 15 Jun 1812, François Gamache and Marguerite Leblanc were married.
The Marriage Record of François Gamache and Marguerite Leblanc – 1812
SOURCE: Gabriel Drouin, comp. Drouin Collection. Montréal, Québec, Canada: Institut Généalogique Drouin. Parish of Ste. Marguerite de Blairfindie, L’Acadie, St. Jean County, Lower Canada, 1812. Marriage Record of François Gamache and Marguerite Leblanc, Front and Back of Folio 14, M.
Click on the link for a PDF copy of the Marriage Record François Gamache and Marguerite Leblanc – 1812. Translated from the French, the record states:
On the fifteenth of June after the publi one thousand eight hundred twelve, after the publication of three banns of marriage made at the homilies of our parish masses, by three consecutive attempts, between François Gamache, farmer of legal age, son of Aubin Gamache, farmer, and of Thérèse Silvestre, the father and mother consenting to this marriage, and as well as their son residing in this parish, of the first part, and Marguerite Leblanc, underage daughter of Pierre Drossant Leblanc, farmer, and of Marguerite Trahant, the father and mother consenting to this marriage, and as well as their daughter residing in this parish, of the second part; not finding any impediment to this marriage, we, the undersigned, have obtained their mutual consent and have given them the nuptial benediction according to the proscribed forms of our mother, the Holy Roman Church, and in the presence of Aubin Gamache, the father, Aubin Gamache, Nicolas Gamache, brothers, Joseph Mailloux, Pierre Leblanc, brother-in-law, Laurent Surprenant friend of the groom, and Pierre Drossen, father of the bride who, as well as the groom, have declared that they are not able to sign as required.
+ Pierre Dupui, friend L[aneto], priest
R[enè] P[aschal] Laneto, priest
This record can be found as image 14/38 and image 15/38 in the Québec Vital Records (Drouin Collection), 1621-1967 on Ancestry.com in the records for L’Acadie L’Acadie Ste-Marguerite-de-Blairfindie. The record appears on the front and back of folio 14 for the year 1812.
Note that the priest crossed out three words written in the incorrect place. He then acknowledged this error by a note in the margin.
Also note that he crossed out a name in the margin. He initially wrote the maiden name of the bride’s mother, rather than the maiden name of the bride.
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