Part 844g – Smith Groh Genealogy – GGGG-Grandmother Catherine (née Grenier formerly Huard) Parisé – 1840 Baptism – Paspébiac, Bonaventure, Quebec, Canada

11 March 2013

Good day,

In my continuing search and research of the genealogy of the Parisé Family Line I have now found the 20 September 1840 Baptism registration of CK’s gggg-grandmother Catherine (née Grenier formerly Huard) Parisé. From The Drouin Collection I have been able to find both registrations of gggg-grandmother Catherine’s baptism at the mission of Paspébiac at Notre Dame de la Purificatin in the Parish of Notre-Dame, Bonaventure County, Quebec.

According to the registration gggg-grandmother Catherine was born the 20th of July of 1840 and baptized the 20th of September. Her parents were ggggg-grandparents Jacques and Catherine (née Duguay) Parisé.

One image is number 16 of 22 of the 1840 Register. The second image is number 29 of 380 if the 1839 to 1864 Register. The second image, number 29, is much more difficult to transcribe and translate due to the condition of the image, as presented.



My transcription –

1840
PASPEBIAC
PAROISSE
NOTRE-DAME
CO. BONAVENTURE
P.Q.

REGISTRES
PHOTOGRAPHIES
AU
GREFFE
DE
NEW-CARLISLE

B. 49.
Catherine
Grenier

Le vingt Septembre mils huit
cent quarante nous prêtre sou∫si-
gné avons baptisé Catherine né le
vingt juillet dernier du légitime
marriage de Jacques Grenier (a) et de Ca
therine Duguay de Paspébiac Par-
rain Félix Thériault Marraine
Théophile Parisé, qui n’ont pas signer
(a) pêcheur

Alain Ptre


My translation –

1840
PASPEBIAC
PARISH
NOTRE-DAME
CO. BONAVENTURE
P.Q.

RECORDS
PHOTOGRAPHS
TO
REGISTRY
DE
NEW CARLISLE

B. 49.
Catherine
Grenier

The September 20 mils eight hundred and forty we the undersigned priest have baptized Catherine born July 20 last of the legitimate marriage of Jacques Grenier (a) and Catherine Duguay of Paspébiac. Félix Thériault Godfather, Godmother Théophile Parisé, who did not sign.

(a) fisherman

Alain Priest

My search continues. I have stumbled upon on a number of links to the Parisé genealogy on line. All-things-being-equal I am also searching for the good sources and citations.

Enjoy, and stay tuned,

Jim

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