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From: Mona Andrée Rainville <>
Subject: Re: [Q-R] Charron-Ducharme & Eneau
Date: Sat, 28 Mar 2009 22:11:32 -0400
Good Evening Renée,
The parish of Sainte-Elisabeth, initially in the county of Berthier,
became part of the county of Joliette when that second county was carved
out of the territory of the county of Berthier.
On a current map, you'd need to look for Sainte-Elisabeth, in the county
of Joliette, as this is now what it is. This quaint little agricultural
town is about half way between Berthierville and Saint-Felix-de-Valois.
At the time these marriages took place, though, 1823, and 1827 (and
remember these are two different Basile and two different marriages),
the parish of Sainte-Elisabeth was still in the county of Berthier.
In the Drouin collection, Sainte-Elisabeth is listed as, plainly enough,
Sainte-Elisabeth to avoid the debate.
The repertory is called "Mariages de la Paroisse Ste-Elisabeth, comté de
You will find the marriage of Basile Charron and Catherine Henault in
1823, on page 15:23;
Basile Charon and Rose Henault's marriage is in 1827, on page 25:51. The
name of the bride is indicated as Rose Canada (just to see if y'all
Renee Cummings wrote:
> you said
> "married on 25 June 1827 in the parish church of Sainte-Elizabeth, comté
> de Berthier, Qc,
> Basile CHARON di DUCHARME,mar. Marie on 23 Sept 1823 in Sainte-Elizabeth"
> I've been looking for Sainte-Elizabeth, comté de Berthier, Qc, I can't find
> such a place in the Parish & Town guide.
> You mentioned Saint-Elisabet several times.
> Can you tell me where that is.