well give it a shot, the first one is marriage act, reads :
le 8 __ 1706 Nicolas Penard ___ domestique de pierre __ lab'r, fils de feu Nicolas Pinard vivant lab'r, et de feu Françoise ___ ses père et mère; et Claude Chaplin (Charlin?) servant(e) domestique du sieur ___ maréchal (?), fille de feu Charles Chaplain, vivant man'e (manoeuvre?) , et de Joan M_ugnier?__ ses père et mère _ à Vauldes (?), ..... ceremonial .... en présence de Jean Pinard frère, Jean Duniot (?) oncle, Jeanne Courtois belle-mère du dit marié, et de Joan Munier (?) mère, __ Jean Boneaud (?) beau-frère et de Jean Chaplain (ou Charlain) cousin germain de la dite mariée qui ont déclaré ne savoir signer de ce enquis...
2 signed, Pinard and Boneaud
Deciphered as much of relevant parts as I could, Jeanne Courtois when she married Nicolas' father was a widow already. There is indeed no mention of him being a widower on the act, which doesn't mean all that much. And no, divorce would not have entered into it, although illegitimacy is not ruled out for your boy.
When your man marries, both his parents are listed as deceased, the mother's given name is Françoise, last name is a toss-up, Xanimes, Franires, can't really figure it. I read Claude's family name as possibly Chaplin/Charlin rather than Chatelin. Both Nicolas and Claude are recorded as domestic servants of one type or another.
hope this helps.