Part 836p – Smith Groh Genealogy – 1876 – GGG-Grandaunt Marie Archange Almanda Parisé – Port Daniel, Québec

02 February 2013

Good Day,

The search and research continues. This time I will be presenting a number of discovered documents for ancestors, especially of CK’s collateral line and genealogy.

PortDanielGare
Train station of Port Daniel, Gaspésie, Québec, Canada,
dated 10 August 2012
photographed and owned by Torbenbrinker (Own work)
 [CC-BY-SA-3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

The first would be CK’s ggg-grandaunt Marie Archange Almanda Parisé. She was born 11 November 1876 in the Port Daniel vicinity in the County Bonaventure, Québec. Her parents were gggg-grandparents Thimothée and Catherine (née Grenier) Parisé.

I have downloaded the images from the Douin Collection as provided by the Quebec, Vital and Church Records, 1621-1967, databases by Ancestry.ca. The first is Image 267 of 543.




1855
A
1890

PORT-DANIEL
CTE BONAVENTURE
QUÉ

PAROISSE
ST-GEORGES

REGISTRES
PHOTOGRAPHIES
A LA
PAROISSE

B. 38
Marie
Archange
Parisé

Le dix-neuf Novembre mil huit cent soixante et
seize, nous prêtre soussigné, avons baptisé Marie
Archange Almanda, née le onze du meme mois du
légitime marriage de Thimothée Parisé, pêcheur et culti-
vateur, et de Catherine Grenier, de cette paroisse. Parain
Samuel Chouinard qui, ainsi que le père, a declare ne savoir
signer Marraine: Julienne Huard, soussignée. Lecture faite.

Julienne Huard

R Beaumont, Prtre.


My translation –

1855
TO
1890

PORT DANIEL -
BONAVENTURE COUNTY
QUÉ

PARISH
ST-GEORGES

RECORDS
PHOTOGRAPHES
OF THE
PARISH

B. 38
Mary
Archangel
Parisé

On the 19 November, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-six, we the undersigned priest, have baptized Marie Archange Almanda born the eleventh of the same month of the legitimate marriage of Timothy Parise, fisherman and farmer, and Catherine Grenier, of this parish. Samuel Chouinard godfather and the father declared that they could not sign. Godmother: Julienne Huard, undersigned. Reading done.

Julienne Huard

R Beaumont, Priest.

The second image is also of the Drouin Collection and provided via Ancestry.ca. It is image 109 of 136. I have not transcribed or translated Image 109 as it appears that all wording is quite similar to the previous above Image 267.



The search and research continues.

Enjoy,

Jim

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