Location: Contrecoeur, Québec
Surnames/tags: Pontbriand Brilland
The following record of marriage was transcribed by Benoit Pontbriand and the very poor English translation was produced by Google Translate with a few obvious adjustments:
Parish of Contrecoeur
29 Stember 1794, after the publication of three banns of marriage at the Great Parish Masses on three Sundays, between Jean Brilland, son of the late Jean-Baptiste Brilland, and of Françoise Jodouin, his father and mother of the parish of Saint Pierre de Saurelle on the one hand, and Thérèse Perron daughter of Eustache Perron and of Thérèse Arpin her father and mother of this parish on the other hand without there having been any canonical or civil impediment, I, the undersigned parish priest of Saint Trinité in the Seigneurie of Contrecoeur and of Saint Ours have received their mutual consent of marriage and gave them the nuptial blessing with the ceremonies prescribed by the holy Roman Church our Mother in the presence of Joseph Brilland, brother of groom, of Joseph Houle his brother-in-law, of Joseph Houle his nephew and of François Vadnais his friend and witness, Eustache Perron father of the bride, Eustache Perron brother of the bride, Pierre Perron her paternal uncle, René Arpin her maternal uncle, and several other relatives and friends who have declared that they do not know how to sign this document.
Laurent Aubrey, priest
The last part of the transcript from Benoit Pontbriand reads: Verbal information Jean Pombriand (or Brilland) withdrawal at the end of his life a war pension of $40 per year