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Re: Flannery/Simpson marriage 1849
Posted by: David smith (ID *****3975) Date: January 27, 2007 at 07:20:11
In Reply to: Re: Flannery/Simpson marriage 1849 by Judith Nichols of 1963

You are very welcome. The information I posted was all that was available in the Drouin Index. The index is just pages of abstracts of almost all catholic marriages in Quebec.
The abstracts list the names of the parents including the maiden name of the mothers which in this case was Flannery.
So Patrick & Anne were both named Flannery. This may be an oversight and Anne's maiden name is something else.
To get a copy of the certificate you would want to contact the Montreal office of the Archives du Quebec listed below. The staff at the Montreal office are bilingual and very helpful.
Good luck.
Adresse : a/s Archives nationales du Québec à Montréal, 535 ave Viger Est, local 5,27,1, Montréal H2L 2P3
Téléphone : (514) 864-9213
Courriel : raq@mcc.gouv.qc.ca
URL : http://www.raq.qc.ca/
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Pays : Canada
Niveau : Provinciale


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