Hello Daniel,As for the Maine parish records not being micro filmed and not being availabe to the public..I would not know this as I havent done any research in Maine or NB. until I chose to help Angie with her family line. What I have is a copy of Marriage Cert. for Regis and Delima Lacombe from the parish they were married in Frenchville Maine.dated by Priest 1979 upon Angie's request for information on family.
The 2 Baptism records are for Claudia and Joseph Lacombe issued in Frenchville Maine upon Angie's inquiry of her family.. dated by the Priest in 1986. These two children are 1st and 2nd born children of Regis and Delima Lacombe.
As for Regis Lacombe(a Gelbert) Angie told me that it meant was father,but she knew that Pierre was Regis's father from what Alcide her father and grandfather Horace's notes and a nephew had confirmed it with his research.
You had written in your message "The cure' of Frenchville ME Charles Sweron, a Belgin priest...has signed the three copies of Certifcates (as the Priest or Rev.) that Angie has given me.
During this time peroid in the 1860,70 ,and 80's when people died usually the children left behind went to family members or to a man and womam who were childless.
Since neither you or I were there in that time peroid, I choose to be open minded about the Joseph Pelletier who became a Lacombe. Gilbert and Mathilde Lacombe gave him a home, their love along with their name. I did check the 1901 census and Joseph Lacombe, his wife and family are living with Gilbert Lacombe at this time peroid.
A Marriage certifcate from Clair NB. for Vital Lacombe and Agnes Levasseur (son of Regis and Delima Lacombe) in the presence of Vital Labbe' and Narcisse Pelletier- witnesses.
Is this Pelletier a relative of Joseph Pelletier Lacombe?
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