My gr-gr-grandfather was born in 1840 in Quebec. There are two listings for the name Hyacinthe for that year. One born in St. Andre-Est, the other in LaPrairie. I've already discounted the one in St. Andre (found records for him later), so am focused on LaPrairie. The record gives Hyacinthe Poupard as godfather, and it looks like Marie Guion as godmother. Throughout the first 25 pages of the registry for 1840, Hyacinthe Poupard appears several times as a godfather. The name Guinn is in some other records. Searches turn up no other records for Marie Guion or Marie Quinn or any other name I can come up with during that time frame in that area. I did find Hyacinthe living with Francois Laliberte and Louise Anguin (Anquin) on the 1851 census, and again with Francois and Dame Laliberte in 1861 (by this time he was married with a son named Dolphise,and has changed his name to Godfrey, the ages are right, so it confirms to me that this is right). Does anyone with more experience than I have a suggestion on how to proceed from here to determine if any of the people on the baptism record or the census are biological famiy to him?