The given name of Basile is fairly common in the Allaire family.The first Basile was a son of Joseph Allaire, a grandson of the immigrant older brother Jean Allaire.Joseph Allaire moved to Montreal in the early 18th century and had 9 children.The seventh child was named Basile.This Basile married Francoise Charles-Clement on 2-18-1760. They named their first born son Basile also. He was married to Marie Ann Trudeau on 6-21-1788 at Mascouche.They had two children, Suzanne and Etienne.Suzanne married Jean Baptiste Paquet-Lavallee on 10-15-1804 at Mascouche.Etienne married Rosalie Dufresne at Notre Dame in Montreal on 2-15-1819.Etienne and Rosalie had a son who was also named Basile.He was my great-great grandfather, and he immigrated to the United States sometime around 1850. Working backwards from a census record of 1860, I estimate he was born in 1830.He became a United States citizen in 1860 and died in Wisconsin sometime around 1869. Basile (Bozzle) was a family name in our Allaire line, but it was a fairly common given name in that era, so your ancestor could descend from another Allaire line also.