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From: H Robbins <>
Subject: [Q-R] Henryville, QC & "Laudenbuck, EU"
Date: Mon, 30 Mar 2009 15:05:50 +0000
Many thanks to Gerrad for suggesting that I look at the church records from Henryville for some BERNARD records. I have found a few relevant baptisms, including my ancestor's eldest sister. I also found an ancestor's burial. So it appears that my "missing marriage" couple were resident in that parish in April of 1854. This baptismal register entry states that the father's name was Norbert ETIER (not ETHIER) and the mother's name was Marcelline BERNARD. Norbert is a new name to me. So I now know that they were married before 1854, probably somewhere between St-Luc and Henryville, or thereabouts. I shall just have to keep looking, but at least I seem to be getting closer.
One thing of interest which I did find was the baptism of Marcelline BERNARD's nephew David AUDET. He was also baptized at Henryville May 1, 1853 (parents Antoine AUDET and Auralie BERNARD) and it appears that they were resident in the USA at that time (Family legend has always claimed that David was born in Vermont. David's sister was baptized in Ontario in 1855). It is a bit difficult to read the writing and I wonder if someone could help me figure out the place. It looks something like "Laudenbrick, E.U." or "Laudenbuck, E.U." I know that E.U. = USA, but I cannot find the place name. Any suggestions? Vermont? New Hampshire? Is this possibly the name of a company or a family rather than a place? I know that Antoine was an iron worker if that helps, and it had to have been accessible to Henryville.
I really appreciate it as I try to track down either of these
marriages. This is leading me to wonder if they were married at the
same time in the same place. Either way, Mr. Drouin apparently did not
come across them in his research. Thank you again for all of the help and suggestions.
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