Thanks for the information and the effort it took to find it, but that Emma is accounted for, as are all our Penetang Emmas. The Emma you referred to married Antoine Chalue in 1884 and later died in Toronto after producing ten children. Emma and Pierre Marchildon's son was born in 1886 so the time frame is correct. The Savage or Savaye (depending on the transcriber)inserted beside the name Tessier in the register could be indicative of a previous marriage to either a Tessier or a Savage. Savage was not an ethnic term used in the baptismal registers here so we are fairly certain it refers to a birth or married name. The hunt continues....
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