Charles married Philomene FAUBERT on 10 Feb 1863 in Ste. Madeleine-de-Rigaud, Vandreuil County, Quebec.1 (Philomene FAUBERT was born on 24 Jun 1839 in Rigaud, Vandreuil, Quebec, Canada, christened on 24 Jun 1839 in Ste. Madeleine-de-Rigaud, Vandreuil County, Quebec and died in Canada.)
Extracted by Ellen Paul, Ste-Madeleine: Rigaud, 1802-1876, Vaudreuil County, Quebec
(Quintin Publications, Pawtucket, RI
). Surety: 4. Records marriage of Charles Pilon to Philomene Faubert on 10 Feb 1863 in Rigaud, Vandreuil County, Quebec.
2 1881 Canadian Census (Rigaud, Vaudreuil, Canada). Repository: Latter Day Saints Family Search. Surety: 4. Lists Charles Pilon (age 44, b. Quebec), wife Philomene (age 42, b. Quebec) and children Onesime (age 17, b. Quebec), Alphonse (age 15, b. Quebec) and Odile (age 14, b. Quebec), living in Rigaud, Quebec. Charles is listed as a "cultivateur," and the family's religion is listed as Catholique.
3 1901 Canadian Census, Rigaud, Vaudrueil, Quebec. Repository: Ancestry. Surety: 4. Lists Charles Pilon (age 63, b. 4 Nov 1838, Quebec) and wife Philomene (age 62, b. 24 Jun 1839, Quebec), living in Rigaud, Quebec. Charles is listed as a "cultivateur" [farmer]. Living next door is their son, Alphonse.