The French surnames ended up being spelled many ways after the people immigrated to the U.S.
Snay, at times, is a variant of Senet, Senez, Sene, et.
I checked through marriage records in Quebec. I found this possibility for you:
Marriage: On April 13, 1807 in Saint-Jacques Town/District: Saint-Jacques/Montcalm, Qc
Louis Payer-Payette Son of [ Joseph Payer-Payette & Josephte Lacourse ]
Louise Senet Daughter of [ Joseph Senet & Marie Cadorette ]
In Louis' Father's marriage record, the surname is Paille.
The surname of Lacourse was a dit [aka] for the surname of Gelinas.
Marriage: On November 25, 1772 in Sainte-Anne Town/District: Yamachiche/Maskinonge, Qc
Joseph Paille Son of [ Joseph Paille & Josette Gerlais ]
Marie Gelinas Daughter of [ Jean-Baptiste Gelinas & M.-Josephte Lacerte ]
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