I know all about brick walls. It took me 10 years to find my Pierre Giguere and for 8 years I could only trace my Boudreau line to St. Anne, Illinois. Then, someone found a baptistmal record for my Boudreau ancestor I was looking for, now, I can trace my line back to the 1600s.
The spelling of Giguere and Lirette must not been transcribe correctly by the priest for their baptismal and marriage record, but I did fine one record.
I have found that my ancestors have quite often have more then one name. So, you never know what you will find. Even the birth dates can be wrong on their T-stones. How many of our ancestors carried a copy of their baptismal record. Also, I found ancestors go by their did names. I think that our ancestors are having fun playing games with us.
I hope this is your Luce Lirette....
I found Luce Lirette's interment in the Drouin records: Year: 1866 Place: St-Amie-de-Richelieu Date: November 1866 Husband: Louis Giguere
I don't know if you have to copy and paste the e-mail address or not
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It is only going to take one little break and your genealogy walls will come tumbling down.
I may look some more, if I find anything, I will let you know.