Mariage
Marriage Certificate
Georges Bélanger & Camille Dallaire
Married on 8 November 1853
in Ste-Marguerite, Dorchester, Québec


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Français

M 9
François (Ed. Georges)
Bélanger
et
Camille
Dallaire

Le huit Novembre mil huit
cent cinquante trois après la publi-
cation de trois bans de mariage
faite au prône des messes paroissiales
de Ste-Marguerite et de St-Bernard
entre Georges Bélanger, cultivateur
fils mineur de feu François
Bélanger et de Marguerite
Drouin de la paroisse St-Bernard
d'une part, et Camille Dallaire
fille majeure de feu Augustin
Dallaire et de Geneviève Lemieux
de cette paroisse d'autre part,   (Ed. continuer sur la page suivante)
nous prêtre curé soussigné avons
reçu leur mutuel consentement
de mariage et leur avons donné
la bénédiction nuptiale en pré-
sence de Jacques Gagné oncle de
l'époux, de Jean Dallaire frère
de l'épouse et de quelques atures
que ainsi que les époux ont dé-
claré ne savoir signer
[Signatures] E. Hales, prêtre

English

The eighth November one thousand eight
hundred fifty-three after the publi-
cation of the three bans of marriage
carried out during the sermon of the parish masses
of Ste-Marguerite and of St-Bernard
between Georges Bélanger, farmer
minor son of the deceased François
Bélanger and of Marguerite
Drouin of the parish of St-Bernard
on the one part, and Camille Dallaire
adult daughter of the deceased Augustin
Dallaire and of Geneviève Lemieux
of this parish on the other part,   (Ed. continued on the following page)
we the undersigned priest pastor
received their mutual consent
of marriage and imparted upon them
the nuptial blessing in the pre-
sence of Jacques Gagné uncle of
the groom, of Jean Dallaire brother
of the bride and of others
as well as the spouses declared
not knowing how to sign.
[Signatures] E. Hales, priest
[Signatures] Hébert, pr.

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