I just happened on your message after googling my name and I think I might have some information for you. In 1880, at age 18, my great-grandfather Eugene Lecomte moved with his parents and sibblings from Sainte-Hénédine, Québec first to Biddeford, before being married in Westbrook and settling in Lewiston. Eugene had an uncle named Pierre who married Caroline Beaudoin on June 6, 1884 in Sainte-Hénédine, Québec (near Sainte-Marie-de-Beauce).
They had five children that I know of:
Pierre: Born Feb 23 1855 in Ste-Hénédine; Married to Aurélie Lévesque in Biddeford on September 26, 1887; Daughter Rose-Alma; He died in 1928.
Augustin: Married to Octavie Lafrenière in Westbrook on October 28, 1879.
Caroline-Élmire: Born in Ste-Hénédine on November 27, 1857.
Marie-Aurélie: Born in Ste-Hénédine April 4, 1860.
Léa: Born in 1866; Died in US.
Going back further, Pierre (Augustin's father) was the son of Jean-Baptiste Lecompte and Thérèse Chamberland married February 7 1820 in Saint-Pierre-du-Sud, (Québec) near Montmagny. He was the son of Jean-Baptiste Lecompte, married in 1796 to Marguerite Samson in St-Pierre-du-Sud. He was also the son of (again) Jean-Baptiste LeConte from St-Pierre-Langers, Normandy, France (between Granville and Avranches). He was a cod fisherman and sailor who probably crossed the Atlantic yearly for about twenty years before marrying in Québec at age 35 in the year 1770 to Marquerite Talbot. I have tons of info on the LeCompte Family (Lecompte, Lecomte, Leconte, LeComte and LeConte... it's all the same family if they are from Maine)
Let me know if you have the genealogy software Legacy. I can send you my whole family file.