I’ve seen your previous postings and have attempted some look-ups for you. I never found any marriage between Narcisse Menard and any Galarneau, but I was able to confirm his marriage to Hermine Girouard on 18 October 1875 at Valcourt. I also believe that he is in the 1881 census as Narcisse Menard age 28 married, living with wife Hermine as a farmer in Chester West, Drummond, Arthabaska, with three children:
1- Roseannne, age 3
2- Onesime, age 2
3- Felix, age 7 months (born sept)
I have no idea if the children were baptized or passed away there or in Valcourt.
I have no idea if Hermine died there, or if he met Georgiana here. I did not pursue this lead, but if you wish to do so, I believe the parish in the area would be, St-Helene-de-Chester (in Arthabaska county, but in the diocese of Nicolet)
As for Georgiana, the 1881 on line census brings up three possibilities. The youngest is Georgina born 27 December 1874, daughter of George and Marie-Augusta/Augustine Boulanger (married 23 June 1868 at Notre-Dame de Saint-Hyacinthe). Georgina was listed in the 1901 on-line census as a sister living in a convent, in the St-Jean-Baptiste ward. She died at the age of 55 and was buried in Longueuil on 20 June 1929. So of course she is not your ancestor.
But, I was not able to positively determine, which other Georgina/Georgianna was your relative. If you have no doubt, that your ancestor was born in 1870 and not 1862, than I have the following leads for you:
Georgianna’s parents are most likely:
Edouard Galarneau (imprimeur)
François-Xavier & (x) Catherine Morin
20 November 1865 at Notre-Dame cathedral, Montreal
Marie-Rose-Catherine Griffard (mn)
Joseph & (x) M.-Catherine Lafleur
(x)=both bride and groom’s mother, had passed away by the time of this marriage
(mn)=the bride was underage
Edouard is also listed in 1881 census as a Imprimeur (printer)
The Montreal Directory for 1880-1881 on page 665, lists Edouard as a printer living in the St-Jean-Baptiste Village at 195 St-Dominique.
The Montreal Directory for 1883-84 on page 603, also lists him as a printer, but now living at 224 St-Dominique.
He was not listed in the Montreal Directory for 1871-72.
In 1889, daughter Catherine marries a brick layer.
Eulide Gauthier (briquetier)
Michel & (x) Onésime Lemay-Delorme
14 October 1889 at Saint-Jean-Baptiste cathedral, Montreal
Edouard & Catherine Griffard
In the 1891 census, mother Catherine is living in District of Hochelaga (Montreal), St-Jean Baptist Ward (District 154) Sub-district S4, Family #397, page 75, with only her daughter Eugenie (17 years old) and with her son Edouard (15 years old and working as a plumber)
In 1892, daughter Eugenie marries at a young age:
Wilfred Pearson (cigarier)
David & Marg. Dagenais
15 August 1892 at Saint-Jean-Baptiste cathedral, Montreal
Eugénie Garlarneau (mn)
(x) Edouard & Catherine Griffard
By the time of the 1901 census, mother Catherine may have remarried. She is living with Anselme Bissonette and her son Edouard (born August 22, 1875) You can find them online at automatedgenealogy(dot)com
In 1915, son Edouard marries.
Edouard & Catherine Griffard
25 May 1915 at Saint-Enfant-Jesus parish, Mile End, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Régis & Philomène Leclair
As for Joseph, the information you posted looks like it might be another family. Here is the information I have for Joseph with different parents.
Lazare & Marg. Gagnon
5 July 1886 at Plessisville, Mégantic
Enna Fortier (not Emma)
Julien & Marie Carrier
As for Edouard (senior’s) parents, I have no place of marriage for F.X and Catherine Morin, but F.X did remarry in 1852. Here are the details with notes as taken from the registars.
François-Xavier Galarneau (meublier)
… & … (widower of Catherine Morin)
10 May 1852 at Notre-Dame cathedral, Montreal
Zelie Beauchene (from S-Ignace du co.)
(x) Pierre & Marguerite Dutemple (from teau Lac)
That’s all I have for you. Hope this is some help.