You will have to provide me with some more information in order to try to help. You mentioned his wife, but did not provide her name. In the French Canadian genealogy, the first names were oftern passed on to their children; so in order to identidy the correct Victor for example, the name of his wife becomes crucial in order to distinguish him from other possible Victor Loiselles. Besides, if you have any idea of his place of birth, year,, that would help. If you live in the New England states, you could find an office of the American Genealogical Society, they are likely to have the Loiselle Marriage Index. If I get to the National archives here in Ottawa, where there is a copy of this Index, I need an idea of where Victor was likely to have been married, city and/church, besides who he married to. This is basic because when I look in the Index and I start finding Victors, it will tell me what Victor I should look into. If and when I can identify his marriage record, we are lucky because likely it will help me find his marriage registration which in turn will tell me who he was son of . Good luck and let me know.