Druin lists both a Joseph Hamelin dit Bellou (b. abt 1770)and a Jean-Baptiste Hamelin (b. July 19, 1766) as marrying Ursule Biroleau (daughter of Ant. and M. Jos. Proulx) at St. Eustache on April 23, 1792. She must have been a popular girl.
There is also a Jean-Baptist Hamelin, widower of M. Chs. Biroleau, listed as marrying Marie-Louise Landry (b. 1775) at St. Eustache on February 16, 1797.
I'll leave this to you to puzzle out. Certainly brothers marrying sisters were common enough. Marrying the same girl is a bit more unusual.
Joseph and Jean-Baptiste were the sons of Jean-Baptiste Hamelin dit Bellou and Marie-Charlotte Matte (1735), married at Cap Sante on October 27, 1761. This Jean-Baptiste was born October 28, 1730, son of Laurant Hamelin (dit Bellou, b. 1692 at Grondines) and Marie-Madeleine Gariepy (1705), who were married February 03, 1722/23, at Ste-Anne de la Perade, Qc.
Laurant was the son of Francois (1659-1725), coseigneur of Grandines, and Marie-Madeleine Aubert (1669-1742).
Hope this helps.
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