Looking for information on my Great Aunt Viriginie Arsenault?

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I searching a person from my Family tree " Arsenault".  She is my Great -Aunt Virginie Arsenault born in St-Charles de Caplan, Quebec, Canada.   Her parents:  Thomas Arsenault and Marie Bujold.

Virginie or Virginia married a Poirier  in Campbellton, N.B.  Mr. Poirier was killed in Action during WWII.  Later on in her life she met with a Joseph Dutchak and married him in Toronto Ontario, Canada,  They had a daughter name Marlene.

I looking marriage information about the couple and also information about Joseph Dutchak himself.


Ronald Arsenault
in Genealogy Help by Ronald Arsenault G2G Crew (490 points)
This is the image I can't read anything on it. Maybe that will help.
Children (1)
Napoléon Arsenault B: 1905
Thomas Arsenault
17 Jun 1875 in St-Charles-de-Caplan, (Bonaventure), Québec, Canada 
1968 in Campbelton, New-Brunswick, Canada 
Marie Bujold B: 1881
Félix Arsenault 1848-1907 
Sara Guitard 1853-1939 
Owner of this tree. Gérard Francoeur  
Thomas Arsenault
Birth 17 Jun 1875 in St-Charles-de-Caplan, (Bonaventure), Québec, Canada
Death 1968 in Campbelton, New-Brunswick, Canada
Family Members
Parents & Siblings
Félix Arsenault
1848 – 1907
Sara Guitard
1853 – 1939
No Siblings
Spouse & Children
Marie Bujold
1881 – 1965
Napoléon Arsenault
1905 – 1998


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Quebec, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1621-1967 about Virginia Deneige Arsenault
Name: Virginia Deneige Arsenault
Event: Baptême (Baptism)
Baptism Year: 1838
Baptism Location: Carleton, Québec (Quebec)
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Ancestry.com. Quebec, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1621-1967 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2008.
Original data: Gabriel Drouin, comp. Drouin Collection. Montreal, Quebec, Canada: Institut Généalogique Drouin.
Until the late 1900s, church registers in Quebec served as civil and vital records in that province. Throughout the years a second copy of church records, from all denominations, was sent annually to the appropriate courthouse. During the 1940s the vital record collections in courthouses throughout Quebec were filmed by the Institut Généalogique Drouin.* The filming of vital records continued for some areas up through the 1960s. Consequently, this filmed set of records became known as the Drouin Collection. The majority of the records in this database cover the time period 1621-1947, as most of the filming was done in the 1940s. The records that were filmed up through the 1960s are also included in this database, although they are very few in number. These records that were filmed later cover the years 1948-1967. Names from all years have now been indexed and can be searched on using the search box above. Learn more...
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