Want to find the Other side of the line

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My great grandfather Joseph Jean Paul Emile Sevigny, married my great grandmother and then had two children while posted in Britain acting as part of the RCAF during the second world war. Upon the end of the war, he was sent back home to Montreal(?) where my great grandmother then followed only to find that he had already married in Canada and therefor their union was not recognized and she had to return to London before immigrating to Canada through other means.

My search is now to the point where I am wondering about relatives that I may have out there who don't know about us, or perhaps, sinisterly they do know but refuse to recognize.

As far as I can tell JJPE was married to a woman named Claire. I cannot find a last name or any of their childrens names. Any help would be appreciated.
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in Genealogy Help by anonymous G2G Rookie (250 points)

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do you want to make a profile of what you know about him? that would make it a little easier to find more info about him.
by Living Jones G2G6 Mach 1 (18.1k points)

GEDCOM is being uploaded now.

What I do know is He was born near Lac Magentic (6 Jun 1915) and died in Montreal (18 Sep 1986). The marriage records in Britain contain a spelling error and state Sevighy as opposed to Sevigny. I do not know his military class or posting.

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Thanks Lexi for the great suggestion for Anthony.

I have advised Anthony that he needs to volunteer to add further profiles to his tree.

Thank you Anthony for the question and the challenge to help you find the missing link to another branch of the family

by Janet Wild G2G6 Pilot (269k points)

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