So how do you come into the Sevigny line? Who is Alfred to you? The internet is a gold mine, but you also have to be careful, as sometimes the information isn't documented. So even though you find it, you need to check it out also. The marriages that I found are in the "Dictionnaire National Des Canadiens-Francais" (1608-1760) This is a two volume set. I have been going to the Southern California Genealogical Socitey on Wed., and they have a lot of people on that day that know how to search for your French Canadian's, ancestor's. Also the LDS Church Libraries. The other book that is a great help is "Dictionnaire genealogique des familles du Quebec" des origines a 1730, Rene Jette avec la collaboration de Programme de recherche en demographie historique de l'Universite de Montreal. I hope that this might help you, as it was a great help to me.
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