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F, n. 1848-05-20, d. 1932-04-22
- Père*: Frédéric Léger1,3,5,4 n. 1824-04-26, d. 1893-03-03
- Mère*: Dorothée Babineau1,3,5,4 n. 1816-07-27, d. 1888-08-06
- Relationship | lien de parenté: Cousine au 4e degré à 3 générations d'écart de Gilles Pinet
Les enfants de Madeleine Léger et Aimé Bonnevie:
- Aimé Bonnevie d. ± 1871-__-__
- (?) Bonnevie13 d. < 1922-02-14
- (?) Bonnevie13 d. < 1922-02-14
- Joseph Bonnevie14 n. 1870-09-09, d. 1871-02-01
- Emilienne Bonnevie14 n. 1872-11-14, d. < 1922-02-14
- Philias Bonnevie14 n. 1874-03-26, d. 1874-04-30
- Anonyme Bonnevie n. 1875-__-__, d. 1875-__-__
- William Patrick Bonnevie14 n. 1876-12-04, d. 1877-09-01
- Thaddée Bonnevie14,7,8,9,10 n. 1878-06-09, d. 1917-05-01
- Athanase Philias Bonnevie14 n. 1879-08-09, d. 1879-10-11
- Désiré Bonnevie14 n. 1882-05-19, d. 1882-08-08
- Marie Bonnevie+15,14,8,9 n. 1883-05-07, d. 1922-02-14
- [S2] Registre de la paroisse Sainte Thérèse d'Avila de Cap Pelé, NB; microfilm: F1892 , microfilmé par R. LeBlanc, microfilmé en juillet 1977; Centre d'études acadiennes Anselme Chiasson.
- [S35] Centres d'études acadiennes Anselme Chiasson, Index des registres de Cap Pelé (1917-1959), Moncton, NB.
- [S4281] Laurent Leger - nécrologie, l'Acadien, Moncton, NB, 16 septembre 1915, pg 4.
- [S11703] Recensement du Nouveau Brunswick - 1861, Ménage de Frédéric Léger, Microfilm: C-1006, NB, Botsford, Westmorland, schedule I, page 45&46, ligne 40-12;1-6, Bibliothèques et Archives Canada (http://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/census/1861/Pages/item.aspx), Frederick (36a), Dorethy (48a), Magdolen (13a), Larence (12a), Charlotte (10a), Desera (7a), Nancy (6a), Theresa (4a), Mary (5m).
- [S8676] Recensement du Nouveau Brunswick - 1851, Ménage de Frédéric Léger, Microfilm: C-996, NB, 83 (Botsford), Westmorland, , page 50, ligne 14-17, Bibliothèques et Archives Canada, Frederick Legere (27a), Dorothy (32a), Magdaline (3a), Lorang (2a).
- [S11276] Recensement du Canada, 1871, Ménage de Simon Bonnevie, Microfilm: C-10393, NB, D4 (Botsford), 186 (Westmorland), page 34 & 35, ligne 20;1-7, ménage 106, Bibliothèques et Archives Canada.
- [S11277] Recensement du Canada, 1881, Ménage de Aimé Bonnevie, Microfilm: C-13184, NB, D2 (Botsford), 33 (Westmorland), page 39, ligne 19-21, ménage 137, Bibliothèques et Archives Canada.
- [S11278] Recensement du Canada, 1891, Ménage de Aimé Bonnevie, Microfilm: T-6305, NB, A3 (Botsford), 24 (Westmorland), page 57, ligne 17-20, ménage 227, Bibliothèques et Archives Canada.
- [S11279] Recensement du Canada, 1901, Ménage de Aimé Bonnevie, Microfilm: T-6445, NB, A2 (Botsford), 24 (Westmorland, page 6, ligne 21-25, demeure 51, ménage 51, Bibliothèques et Archives Canada.
- [S11280] Recensement du Canada, 1911, Ménage de Aimé Bonnevie, Microfilm: T-20354, NB, Parish Botsford, 2 (Botsford), 35 (Westmorland), page 9 & 10, ligne 49-50;1-4, demeure 29, ménage 29, Bibliothèques et Archives Canada.
- [S3885] Mrs. Aime Bonnevie - obituary, Moncton Daily Times, Moncton, NB, April 25 1932, pg 7;Moncton Daily Times Moncton, NB
Monday, April 25th, 1932 pg 7
Mrs. Aime Bonnevie -
Word has been received here of the death of Mrs. Aime Bonnevie which occurred at her home at Little Cape on Friday. Mrs. Bonnevie, was about eighty-five years old and succumbed to an attack of pneumonia. She is survived by a brother , Rev. Dean Desire F. Leger, of Lewisville. The late Mrs. P.E.Bourque, of this city, was a sister. Her husband died several months ago. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon.
- [S3886] Mrs. Aimé Bonnevie, Moncton Daily Times, Moncton, NB, May 17 1932, pg 11;Moncton Daily Times Moncton, NB
Tuesday, May 17th, 1932 pg 11
Mrs. Aime Bonnevie Great Shemogue, Westmorland Co., May 16 -
Mrs. Aime Bonnevie, one of the oldest and more highly respected residents of the parish of Botsford, passed away recently at Little Cape. Pneumonia was the cause of death. Mrs. Bonnevie was 85 years of age and was formerly Miss Madeline Leger. She is survived by a brother, Rev. Dr. D.F.Leger, pastor of the Church of St. Louis of France, Lewisville. The funeral was very largely attended, Rev. Father Camille LeBlanc, pastor of St. Timothy's Church here officiating, assisted by Rev. Father Donat Robichaud, pastor of St. Theresas Church, Cape Bauld. The pallbearers were Aime LeBlanc, Tilman LeBlanc, Theotime Leger, William Leger, Edmund Leger and Narcisse Richard.
- [S3408] Mrs. Napoleon LeBlanc - obituary, Daily Times, Moncton, NB, February 16 1922, pg 7;Daily Times Moncton, NB
Thursday, February 16th, 1922 pg 7
Mrs. Napoleon LeBlanc -
Word has been received in the city of the death of Mrs. Napoleon LeBlanc, which occurred Tuesday afternoon at Little Cape, Westmorland, N.B. Deceased, who was formally Miss Mary Bonnevie, had many friends in Moncton, having at one time been a resident of this city, previous to her marriage. She was also well known in Sackville, where after her marriage she resided for a number of years. The late Mrs. LeBlanc is survived by her aged parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aime Bonnevie. There were thirteen children in the family of whom Mrs. LeBlanc was the last survivor. An Adopted son of Mr. and Mrs. Bonnevie, also passed away a few years ago in the Moncton Hospital as a result of an operation. Besides her parents she also leaves to mourn, her husband and six small children, one being an enfant, a few weeks old. Rev. Father Leger, of Lewisville, is an uncle of deceased lady and Mrs. P.E. Bourque, of this city, an aunt.
- [S3] Ronnie-Gilles Leblanc, Base de données généalogique, 1996 / 2002, Moncton, NB.
- [S7502] Archives provinciales du Nouveau-Brunswick, "SD141 Statistiques de l'état civil", base de données, index des mariages du N.-B. ), Microfilm: F15927, No. d'enregistrement: 2335, Napoléon Leblanc & Marie Bonnevie, (1907-09-10).