Quebec Canada Archives
It seems that the Marmions of Quebec spelled thier last name Marmen
The following are bits and pieces found on the Marmen family of Quebec...not yet sure how they fit together....
Christine GAGNE Parents: Joseph-Toussaint GAGNE and Marie-Louise BLAIS.
She was married to
Anselme MARMEN on 4 Dec 1813 in St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Quebec.
hildren were:
Anna MARMEN, John MARMEN, Anselme MARMEN, William MARMEN.
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John MARMEN + Beatrix LAVOIE
MARRIAGE: 7 Jan 1845, Rimouski, Rimouski, Quebec

another tree says:

Marmen, Paul
Father: Marmen, John
Mother: Lavoie, Béatrix
Marriage: September 8, 1885 with St Octave of Mongrel, St Octave, Matane, Quebec, Canada
Children:
Marmen, Adéodat
Marmen, Adrien
Marmen, Joseph
Marmen, Joseph George
Marmen, Wilfrid
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Born about 1833 in Kilcullen (Ireland). His/her father was deceased when his/her mother embarked for America with her 4 children; little before the arrival boat to Gross-Island, it and its young girl died and were buried in orphan Gross-Island leaving David and his 2 little brothers Andrew and Patrick; Andrew was placed in a family of New York, Patrick in one of Quebec and David in the family of
John Marmen de Saint-Octave-de-Métis. Father of the line Noble O' Reilly of America. Marry Elizabeth Noble in Saint-Octave-de-Métis in 1861; of this union are resulting Mary Ann (bride with Jean-Baptist Côté), Marguerite (bride with John Doucet), Isabella, Agnes (bride with Frank O' Brian), Elizabeth (bride with Joseph Melanson), Walter Patrick, John Albert (priest eudist), Walter Ernest (groom in Annie Rogers) and Wilfrid (groom with Lily McCarty). In 1880, after having sold its ground to Lord Mount Stephen, it leaves Causapscal to reside at Londonderry, then in Amqui. Deceased in Amqui in 1918.
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1901 Census of Canada
District: QU RIMOUSKI (#188)
Subdistrict: Saint-Octave-de-Métis

33   41 Marmen Paul M   Head M Jan 22 1861 40   
  
34   41 Marmen Eda F   Wife M Aug 10 1860 40   
  
35   41 Marmen Joseph M   Son S Aug 31 1887 13   
  
36   41 Marmen Alphonse M   Son S Jan 26 1889 12   
  
37   41 Marmen Marie Eug F   Daughter S Feb 8 1893 8   
  
38   41 Marmen Joseph Em M   Son S Feb 16 1896 5   
  
39   41 Marmen Joseph Wilf M   Son S Nov 23 1897 3   
  
40   41 Marmen Joseph Geor M   Son S Oct 10 1899 1
Military Paper for Alphonse son John Marmen, born Dec 27, 1888
and
Albert Marmen military record both from Fraserville
1901 Census of Canada
District: QU TEMISCOUATA (#196)
Subdistrict: Fraserville (Town/Ville)

90 Mormen Joseph M   Domestic S May 30 1884 16
Marmen/Alphonse Birth 26/01/1889 married Lalonde/Olivia
Children:
Marmen/Alphonse Joseph Stanislas Marcel
Married 04/05/1946 Guérard/Irène Marie Reine Birth 17/08/1923
Marmen, Samuel married Gagnier,Christine Marmen,
child: Marie Justine Marman born 1840 Fort, Louis married Louis Olivier FORT 11 FEB 1840, Cape-S.Ignace 1679 QC child: Séraphine FORT

Démétrius MARMEN Father:William MARMEN Mother: Séraphine LEBEL married Léontine LOOF Jan 9, 1883, S.André-to-Kamouraska 1791 QC child: +William MARMEN

ROSS, ALEXANDRE - Married: 1848, Spouse: MARMEN, ANNA