Reference Case Two. I do not know by whom this was submitted
I, too, have an Irish maternal grandmother's maternal grandmother, pop up in Canada, amid all the French Canadians. The priest recorded the marriage record in English, but did give the bride's parents' full names & county of origin in Ireland. I am not sure if Eliza was born in Canada or Ireland, since she claims both on different censuses. I am trying to separate all the Donohoes & Murphys in the area into family groups, but I still don't know if she was alone in Canada or when she came over. Her husband is usually known as Pierre Marleau or Peter Marlow. KMC
M # 4 The tenth day of June, one thousand eight hundred and fifty
PIERRE MALO four, We the undersigned Priest, after a dispensation of the
& three banns of marriage was granted between Peter Malo, son
ELIZ DONOHOE of age [adult son - KMC] of Peter Malo and of the late
[IN MARGIN) Mary-Anne Câron of the Parish of Ste-Philomène in the Diocese
of Montreal on the one part, and Elizabeth Donohoe of this
parish, daughter of age [adult daughter - KMC] of John
Donohoe and Elizabeth Murphy of the County of Carlow, Ireland,
on the other part, by His Lordship the Bishop of Bytown [now
Ottawa - KMC], and no impediment having been discovered, I
have received their mutual consent of marriage, in the presence
Louis Biva [or Riva?? -KMC] and Elizabeth Sullivan, who, as well
as the contracting parties, can’t sign.
[Signed] James Hughes, P P
[Original in English - KMC]
Parish registers of St-Paul, Aylmer, Quebec, Canada, (1852-1863, view # 55/223, Marriage # 4, Folio # 44, Vol B.
in the familysearch.org website.