I have questions about the marriage of Theodore Lefebvre and Marcelline Fontaine on Nov 7, 1869 Nashua, NH (St-Louis-de-Gonzague). I took this information in the book of marriages of St-Louis-de-Gonzague of Nashua, NH. The parents indicated for them are: Francois Lefebvre & Emma Fauteux and J. Baptiste Fontaine & Archange Jalbert. I think it might be an error in the transcriptions for the parents and here are my explanations: Theodore and Marcelline are listed in 1870 Nashua census. Theodore is 20 and Marcelline 19. Francois Lefebvre and Emma Fauteux m. Apr 24, 1855 St-Hugues, Bagot, QC. Theodore born about 1850??? For Marcelline, this another case. Jean-Baptiste Fontaine and Archange Jalbert are my gg-grandparents. They get m. on Nov 25, 1840 Drummondville (St-Frederic), QC. All their children born in St-Felix-de-Kingsey, QC. I made myself all the checkings in the BMS of this parrish. The children are: - Philomene b June 2, 1842 - Charles b. Aug 13, 1843 - Esther b. March 24, 1845 - George b. May 6, 1846 - Jean Baptiste b. Aug 26, 1848 - Joseph b. Oct 18, 1850 - Moise b. March 30, 1852 - Agnes b. Oct 23, 1853 - Mathilda b. Apr 14, 1855 (my g-grandmother) - Pierre Valentin b. Feb 14, 1857
There is no Marcelline born to them in St-Felix-de-Kingsey or in Kingsey Falls, the next village.
Theodore and Marcelline moved about 1871 in Enosburg Falls, VT, near the canadian border. They had their family there and made their complete life there. The godfathers and godmothers chosen for their children appears to be in an other line of Fontaine (not at all in my family line). For example, Louis Fontaine and Aglae Duclos or Gilbert Fontaine and Celine Fontaine. If someone can check in the original documents for this marriage in Nashua in 1869, I would really appreciate. Thank you.