• Quebec Archives at Ste Foy?

    From histoire.qc@gmail.com@21:1/5 to All on Tue Mar 14 15:41:59 2017
    She was born in Ste-Justine, Dorchester, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L99Q-S9NV-H?mode=g&i=33&wc=9RLN-82H%3A24283801%2C24283802%2C24283803&cc=1321742


    Le mercredi 28 mai 1997 03:00:00 UTC-4, Pierre Perron a écrit :

    I look at the index of the baptismal records for Ste-Claire, Dorchester, between 1866 and 1877. This name is absent from the records. Could it be another parish ?

    Pierre Perron

    At 01:59 24/04/97 GMT, you wrote:
    Does anybody go to the Quebec Regional Archives at Ste. Foy just outside >Quebec on a regular basis to do research? I have a very specific lookup if >someone does. It is my great grandmother, Victoria >Brecanier/Braconier/Braconnier (All variants we have seen). She was born in >Ste. Claire, PQ in March of 1871. She emigrated to New Hampshire in about >1895 where she married our great grandfather, Joseph Nazaire Samuel Lemay.

    We are really looking for a baptismal record for Victoria so we can >discover her parents, our great great grandparents on her side. We know we >can send to Ste. Foy, but it will, we understand take a long time.

    Any assistance is appreciated, if it is in your geographical area of >research.


    Charles Edward Tucker

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