I need some help. I found my ancestor Francois Allard marriage record in St. Clement de Beauharnois Quebec in 1858 to Philomene Cardinal.His parents are listed as Michel Allard and Marguerite Daigneault.I find no Michel married to a Marg. Daigneau, however, there is a Charles Allard married to Marguerite Daigneault in 1820 in Chateauguay.Given the difficulty with so few people being literate, I am guessing that in French, Charles and Michel have a similar sound and can be misinterpreted by the record keeper.So... in the book where parents names are usually listed, it says (vf de Scholastique Lebeuf), then there is a Charles Allard married to Scholastique Lebeuf in Chateauguay in 1809.I cannot find any other Marguerite Daigneault married to any Allard, however, there is a Michel Allard married to a Felicite Daigneault in 1814 in Chateauguay, and he has the same parentage of my Charles Allard. So, the Michel and CHarles Allard are both sons of Francois Allard and Suzanne Gendron.Do you think I am correct in accepting Charles and Michel becoming confused, rather than the women's names, Marguerite and Felicite (and by the way, the two women are sisters)?Perhaps since they were brothers, the recordkeeper just accidently wrote the wrong boy's name in? Please help, this area has thrown me a curve ball.IF anyone can help clarify this, please do, it would be greatly appreciated! Ya know what, either way I have the same parentage!Wow, how weird is that?!