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Re: info on Thouvenin kin now in Quebec
Posted by: Jean Marie Matteau (ID *****3775) Date: December 26, 2011 at 09:06:18
In Reply to: info on Thouvenin kin now in Quebec by william j.rivers of 9213


BMS2000 database of marriages in Quebec show that 3 sons and 4 daughters of this couple were married in Quebec.

Jean is known as Jean-Baptiste Thouvenin dit Larivière.

You might wish to register with BMS2000 to see the details of their marriages. If you do so, once you have entered the names of the parents In Role in the act, in the upper right side corner of the research screen, using the triangle, choose Groom's parents for the sons and Bride's parents for the daughters marriage data. For the sons, you a going to see 3 lines that will reveal the data or the sons. clik one line at a time. Here ismore info.

BMS2000 basic instructions.

BMS2000 is a database of baptisms, marriages and deaths («S« stands for «sepulture» or «burials») records for the province of Quebec, a little from Ontario. The data were taken from parish or counties repertories. English and French versions of instructions are available. More marriages than B and D because B- and D repertories were produced for no more than 10 % of the Quebec parishes and few or none from the Montreal area. Given that the data are taken from repertories, one has to be aware that if the repertory was produced in 1980 and for which there has not been any update, the marriages for the post-1980 period are not available in BMS2000. To make up for it, we in Quebec use the marriage and death database of the Quebec Statistics Bureau or Statistics covering the period of 1926 to 1996. Now avail. on line. Register if you want to make research in Quebec. 25 free queries. Thereafter, you may deposit some funds. about 10 cents per query. No charge if you do not get the full details of the record. I suggest that you search with surnames of the couple only (no given names). If the surname of a partner has numerous variations, use the surname of the other partner and one or two given names (bride and groom). Rather easy to use. To search for a marriage: select: SPOUSES (in the upper right corner section) and type in only the surnames of the partners. Click on the applicable line to see marriage data. If you want the name of the married male children of a couple, from the parents’ marriage data, click on CLOSE (bottom right of the screen), select: GROOM's parents. A line with names will appear for each son. Click on each line one at a time to get details . To get the names of the married female children of a couple, go back to the line with the parents’ names (step 1), select: Bride's parents (because when the daughters of a couple get married, they are brides) .Again, click on every line to reveal the name of the daughters and their marriage data. This may sound complicated but it is not after a few attempts. Contact me if you need more info. I have no financial interest in BMS2000

I am not related to this family; just trying to help. Get back to me if BMS2000 does not work.


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