I'm trying to correct an unsourced profile in my suggestions but...

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The information is extremely limited. Daigneault-2 b. 1802 is married to Hebert-223 b. 1811. I have similar information on my home tree but the only information I have found on either of them is at find a grave which lists them as being born in the 1860's

 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/181108962/joseph-daigneault

what can or should I do about this?

thank you
WikiTree profile: Jean-Baptiste Daigneault
in WikiTree Help by Melissa Greenwood G2G4 (4.4k points)

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Well assuming you mean that find-a-grave says they died in the 1860's you might want to put abuy 1865 as a guess for when they died and then see what you can find in RootSearch in the way of death records or probate records.  Basically it's a crap shoot whether you will or won't find anything, but there are lots of choices and if you don't have access to Ancestry.com, I'd be glad to see what I can find there.
by Dave Dardinger G2G6 Pilot (407k points)
selected by Kenneth Evans
Thank you so much I do not have access to Ancestry and would appreciate the help.

I know many people name children after parents, g-parents, but sometimes it seems a bit odd to find two people who married 60 years after their ancestors of the same name did. I suppose it happens though. I don't want to change any dates yet because it would create havoc on a family line.
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I think you might want to start looking sideways (brothers, sisters etc).

It might unearth some new leads.

Also his mother was Maria, same as his wife. If had a son and the nam was given to him, there is a chance the headstone belongs to a descendant. But equally not just down the line but across.
by Marion Poole G2G Astronaut (1.1m points)
Thank you for the answer. I can't find any information on his mother, not her maiden name or married name. I know last month I had a huge problem with my home tree because someone listed two entire generations 100 years off. It took time but eventually I found the right information and changed it. One date error caused the entire mess. So I wouldn't be surprised if this is a similar case.
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Sources

Marriage 5 May 1862

Jean Baptiste Daigneau, veuf (widower) de Marie Blondin (d 1857 Ste-Brigide)

"Québec, registres paroissiaux catholiques, 1621-1979," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G99Q-M567?cc=1321742&wc=9RLF-92W%3A21632801%2C13944602%2C21632803 : 16 July 2014), Saint-Luc > Saint-Luc > Baptêmes, mariages, sépultures 1822-1869 > image 671 of 784; Archives Nationales du Quebec (National Archives of Quebec), Montreal.

by E Martin G2G6 Mach 7 (73.4k points)
I removed Marie (Blondin) Daigneault as the mother from Jean-Baptiste Daigneault.

I added Marie (Blondin) Daigneault as spouse for Jean-Baptiste Daigneault.
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Biography

Jean-Baptiste Daigneault was born on April 08, 1804 in Saint-Luc, Bas-Canada.
 
He married Marie Blondin (1806-1857) about 1825 and they had children.
 
He married Marie Euphrosine Hebert on May 05, 1862 in Saint-Luc.
 
He died on December 22, 1869 in Sainte-Brigide-d'Iberville, Québec, Canada

by E Martin G2G6 Mach 7 (73.4k points)

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