Thank you very much for that data.
I found Joseph and Euphrosine in the 1851 census and they have a son Solomon who matches the age for the one who married M Anne's sister.
They also have several other kids that will keep me busy for a while tracing, as well as three kids surnamed Poirier living in the household. Since these kids overlap the Lanctot kids, I suspect that they are nieces and nephews. Any information people have on any of these (and their descendants), especially the Poirier connection, would be appreciated.
Province: Canada East (Quebec) District: Huntingdon County District Number: 10 Sub-District: St Constant Sub-District Number: 138 Page: 55 Line: 19 Roll: C_1120 Schedule: A
Joseph Lanctot 55 St Constant cultivateur
Eufrozine Hall 45 St Constant
Celanire Lanctot (f) 17 St Constant
Ismael Lanctot 15 St Constant
Solomon Lanctot 12 St Constant
Philomene Poirier 13 St Constant
Helene Lanctot 10 St Constant
Samuel Lanctot 6 St Constant
Venray Lanctot (f) 4 St Constant (may be Vernay or Penray)
Horace Poirier 4 St Constant
Benjamin Poirier 2 St Constant
Marie Lanctot 32 St Constant
Sofime Lachapelle 24 St Constant journalier
Lena Lanctot 26 St Constant
Donald Lachapelle 7m St Constant
In 1861 there are all of the Lanctot kids except Celanire and Helene who might be married by then, and two Poirier kids: Philomene now 22, and a 10 year old Moyse Poirier.
The only Rootsweb tree that has the couple only mentions a Celanise who appears to match Celanire, who married a Vital Monchamp. There is another tree with the names misspelled that appears to trace Samuel, who married a Mary Menard and moved to Vermont.
Thanks again for the help.
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