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F, n. 1893-02-22
- Père*: Félicien Léger4,1,2,3 n. 1850-09-30, d. 1937-05-26
- Mère*: Céline Leblanc4,1,2,3 n. 1854-__-__, d. 1941-__-__
- Relationship | lien de parenté: Cousine au 5e degré à 2 générations d'écart de Gilles Pinet
Les enfants de Lucie Léger et Georges Leblanc:
- [S39] Amercian-Canadian Genelogical Society, St-Joseph Church Fitchburg, Massachusetts - Marriages: K-Z (July, 1891 to December, 1995) (Manchester, NH: Amercian-Canadian Genealogical Society, 1996).
- [S4394] Felicien Leger - obituary, Moncton Daily Times, Moncton, NB, May 28, 1937, pg 11;Moncton Daily Times Moncton, NB
Friday, May 28th, 1937 pg 11
Felicien Leger Shediac, May 27 -
Death last evening at 11 o'clock removed one of Shediac's oldest residents in the person of Felicien Leger at the age of 86 years. The deceased had been ill for only three weeks and his passing will be mourned by a wide circle of friends both here and in Barachois, where he was born. His passing came as a great shock to his family and friends. He leaves to mourn, his wife (nee Celina LeBlanc) and ten children, (Leonie) Mrs, Arthur Cormier, Upper Aboujagane; (Angeline) Mrs. Anthony Bourque, Shediac; Alfred Leger, Fitchburg, Mass.; (Edith) Mrs. Ben Leger, Shediac; August and Vital Leger, of Fitchburg, Mass.; (Mathilde) Mrs. Philip Landry, of Fitchburg, Mass.; (Polonie) Mrs. Mrs. Adelard Boudreau, Shediac; (Lucie) Mrs. George LeBlanc, of Barachois, and Philip Leger, of Cocagne. The deceased had been residing with Mrs. Adelard Boudreau for the last few years. The funeral arrangements have not been completed but probably will be held on Saturday in Barachois.
- [S5287] Mrs. Edith Leger - obituary, Moncton Times, Moncton, NB, April 29, 1975, pg 11;voir aussi: Edith Leger - funeral, Moncton Times, Moncton, NB, April 29, 1975, pg 2.
- [S11] Registre de la paroisse Saint Henri, Barachois, NB; microfilm: CEA F1889 et C1889A , microfilmé par P. Landry, microfilmé en mai 1977; Centre d'études acadiennes Anselme Chiasson.
- [S3047] Vital Leger - obituary, Moncton Daily Times, Moncton, NB, June 20, 1940, pg 7;Moncton Daily Times Moncton, NB
Thursday, June 20th, 1940 pg 7
Fitchburg, Mass. June 19 - Vital Leger, 52, of 50 Overland St., well known in Franco-American circles, died on Saturday, June 8, at the Burbank Hospital after an illness of about six weeks. He had been employed for 22 years as electrical engineer by Crocker-Burbank and Co. Association. Mr. Leger was born in Barachois, N. B. He Resided in Fitchburg for 31 years and was president of the local council of the Canada Association, a trustee of Fitchburg Aerie, F.O.E., a member of the St. Camille Assumption, and St. Jean Baptist Societies, of the Cable Club, South End National Club, and Brook Mill Sports Club. Surviving Mr. Leger are his wife, Mrs. Bella (Belliveau) Leger; five daughters, Bertha, Irene, Pauline, Corinne, Joan, two sons, Edgar and John, all of Fitchburg; his mother, Mrs. Celina Leger, of Shediac; three sisters, Mrs. Philippe Landry, of Fitchburg; Mrs. Adelard Boudreau, of Shediac, and Mrs. George LeBlanc, of Barachois; three step-sisters, Mrs. Antoine Bourque, Mrs. Ben Leger, of Shediac, and Mrs. Leonie Cormier, of Upper Aboujagan; two brothers, August, of Fitchburg, and Philip, of Cocagne; one step-brother, Alfred, of Fitchburg. The funeral was held June 13 from Mr. Leger's home with a solemn high mass of requiem in Sacred Heart Church, Rev. John E. O'Toole was celebrant; Rev. John M. O'Brien, deacon and Rev. Armand Barrette, of Immaculate Conception Church, was in the sanctuary. The pallbearers were Leo Collette, Aidie Beauchemin, Joseph E. Laprade, Alfred harrison, Hilaire LeBlanc and Camille Belliveau, members of the various clubs and organizations of which Mr. Leger had been a member. Burial was in St. Joseph cemetery, where prayers at the grave were read by Father O'Toole and Daly.
- [S8565] Auguste LeBlanc - obituary, Sentinel & Enterprise, Fall River, MA, June 21, 2005.