- [S3361] Corinne Allain - nécrologie, Acadie Nouvelle, Caraquet, NB, 11 septembre 1997, pg 32. l'Acadie Nouvelle Caraquet, NB
Jeudi, 11 septembre 1997 pg 32
BOUCTOUCHE — À l'Hôpital Dr Georges-L. Dumont de Moncton, le mardi 9 septembre 1997, à l'âge de 84 ans, est décédée au terme d'une longue maladie Corinne Allain, épouse de feu Joseph Allain (1992), domiciliée à la Résidence Gamelin de Shédiac, mais autrefois de Baie de Bouctouche. Née à Grande-Digue, elle était fille de feu Léonel Léger et de feu Ozélie Robichaud.
Elle laisse dans le deuil quatre soeurs: Rosia (Acquila) Léger et Rita Goguen, toutes deux de Grande-Digue, Maria (Rémi) Haché de Kitchener, Ont., et Thérèse (Mario) Divonna de Toronto, Ont.; cinq frères: Laurie (Veda) de Dieppe, Lionel (Dorothy) de Fredericton, Dominique (Rita) de Moncton, et Edgar (Rita) d'Alban, Ont., et Roger (Florence) de Grande-Digue.
Trois soeurs: Ozélie, Élodie et Yvonne (juillet 1997), ainsi que deux frères: Camille et Lionel, l'ont précédée dans la tombe.
Mme Allain a été superviseur des travailleurs dans une manufacture en Californie en 1975. Elle était membre du Club de l'âge d'or et aide volontaire au Manoir Saint-Jean-Baptiste à Bouctouche.
La dépouille mortelle est présentement exposée à la Maison funéraire Maillet de Bouctouche. Les funérailles auront lieu en l'église Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Bouctouche, le vendredi 12 septembre, à 11h. L'inhumation se fera au cimetière paroissial.
Heures de visite: ce jeudi 11 septembre, de 14h à 16h et de 19h à 21h, et le vendredi 12 septembre, de 9h à 11h.
La direction des funérailles a été confiée aux soins professionnels de la Maison funéraire Maillet de Bouctouche.
- [S3362] Oliva Léger - nécrologie, Acadie Nouvelle, Caraquet, NB, 15 septembre 1997, pg 27. l'Acadie Nouvelle Caraquet, NB
Lundi, 15 septembre 1997 pg 27
SHÉDIAC — À l’Hôpital Dr Georges-L. Dumont de Moncton, le vendredi 12 septembre 1997, à l’âge de 82 ans, est décédée Oliva Léger, domiciliée à la Villa Providence, mais autrefois de la rue Principale à Shédiac. Née à Boudreau Office, elle était fille de feu Edmond Léger et Exelda Léger.
Elle laisse dans le deuil une soeur, Albertine Robichaud (Fred) de Shédiac; trois belles-soeurs: Madeleine, Mélina et Florence Léger, toutes de Shédiac, ainsi que plusieurs neveux et nièces.
Outre ses parents, trois soeurs: Alphonsine, Jeanne et Géraldine, ainsi que cinq frères: Rodolphe, Euclide, Yvon, Stanislas et Joseph A, l’ont précédée dans la tombe.
La dépouille mortelle est présentement exposée à la Maison funéraire Frenette Ltée de Shédiac (532-3297). Les funérailles auront lieu en l’église Saint-Joseph de Shédiac, ce lundi 15 septembre, à 11h. L’inhumation se fera au cimetière paroissial.
La direction des funérailles a été confiée aux soins professionnels de la Maison funéraire Frenette de Shédiac.
- [S3363] George P. Cormier - obituary, Daily Times, Moncton, NB, January 10 1917, pg 7. Daily Times Moncton, NB
Wednesday, January 10th, 1917 pg 7
George P. Cormier Grand Digue Jan 9 -
On Saturday morning, Dec 30th, 1916, the death of Mr. George P. Cormier occurred in the hospital at St. John, after an illness of eleven months. Deceased, who was 49 years of age, is survived by his wife and two daughters, Irene and Edna, and one adopted son, Zepherin; also his mother, Mrs. Patrick Hebert, of Grand Digue, and three brothers, Philippe, of Buctouche; Cirile, of Amherst and Vital, of New Bedford, Mass.; also five sisters, Mrs. Placide Melansen, of New Bedford; Mrs. Daniel LeBlanc of Buctouche; Mrs Simon Bourque, of Cocagne; Mrs. Hyacinthe Breau, of Notre Dame, and Mrs. Henry Leger, Grand Digue. The remains were taken to Grand Digue, Jan. 2nd where the funeral service was held, and interment was made in the Roman Catholic cemetery at Grand Digue on Wednesday Jan 3rd.
- [S3365] Mrs. George Richard - obituary, Moncton Daily Times, Moncton, NB, September 6 1941, pg 13. Moncton Daily Times Moncton, NB
Saturday, September 6th, 1941 pg 13
Mrs. George Richard - St. Anne de Kent, Sept. 5 - (Special) -
The death of Mrs. George Richard, one of the most highly respected residents of St. Anne de Kent occurred at her home here this morning at the age of 87 years, after illness of five days. The deceased up until a short time ago had been in the best of health but last Sunday she became ill and failed to recover. A native of Scoudouc the deceased was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Boudreau. She was a woman of fine character and beloved by all who knew her and her death was a shock to the community. Besides her husband, the late Mrs. Richard is survived by four sisters, Rev. Sister Marie Aurele of the Louis Memorial Hospital, Chicago, Mrs. Leona Richard, Halifax, Mrs. Clement Cassie, St. Anne de Kent and Mrs. Peter Leger, Barachois, as well as one son, Peter Richard, Lynn, Mass., also two sisters, Mrs. Clovis Albert of Lakeburn, N.B., and Mrs. Ferdinand Maillet of Saint Fabien, Kent Co. The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon from the St. Anne de Kent Roman Catholic Church.
- [S3366] Mrs. Michael Arneau - obituary, Moncton Daily Times, Moncton, NB, October 18 1941, pg 9. Moncton Daily Times Moncton, NB
Saturday, October 18th, 1941 pg 9
Mrs. Michael Arneau -
The death of Mrs. Michael Arneau, a highly esteemed resident of Leger Corner, occurred in Hotel Dieu Hospital yesterday morning after a brief illness. She was 71 years of age. Left to mourn her passing in addition to her many friends in Leger Corner and elsewhere are two brothers, Thomas Leger, of Westport, Mass., and Daniel Leger, of Shediac, also two sisters, Mrs. Pheslias Bourque and Miss Babe Leger, of Vancouver. The funeral was held from Central Funeral Home, Lewisville, yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock with Rev. Fr. Daigle, parish priest of Leger Corner conducting the funeral service and the commital service at the graveside. Interment was made in the Shediac Road Cemetery. High mass of requiem will be sung in St, Therese's church, Leger Corner, on Tuesday morning.
- [S3367] Phileas Leger - obituary, Moncton Daily Times, Moncton, NB, January 29 1943, pg 5. voir aussi: Phileas Leger - funeral, Moncton Daily Times, Moncton, NB, February 1, 1943, pg 5.
- [S3368] Mrs. Goguen - obituary, Moncton Daily Times, Moncton, NB, September 18 1941, pg 9. Moncton Daily Times Moncton, NB
Thursday, September 18th, 1941 pg 9
Mrs. Armand Goguen - Notre Dame, Kent Co., Sept. 17 -
A large number of relatives and friends attended the funeral of Mrs. Armand Goguen, wife of Armand Goguen, of Notre Dame, which took place this morning from the family residence. A high mass of requiem was chanted in Notre Dame Church by Rev. Father Arthur Leger. P.P., after which burial took place in the parish cemetery. The pallbearers were Joseph and Laurie Cormier, Paul, Aris, Gerard and Edmond Goguen, all grandsons of the deceased. The late Mrs. Goguen was a native of Notre Dame, being born 82 years ago. Four years ago Mr. and Mrs. Goguen celebrated their diamond wedding anniversary on which occasion they were specially honored with a message of congratulation from the King and Queen. The chief mourners were a daughter, Mrs. Clovis Cormier, six sons, Joseph Lucien, Ottawa; Medore, Cocagne; Adelard, Lewisville; Clovis, Napadogan; Laurie, Gardner, Mass., and Armand, Notre Dame; also three sisters, Mrs. Louis Cormier, of Notre Dame; Mrs. Adelard Leger, Grand Digue; Mrs. Aime Cormier, Notre Dame; two brothers, Mr. Malcolm Cormier, Cocagne, and Mr. Emilien Cormier, Notre Dame. The ladies of Ste. Anne's Soladity attended in a body. Many spritual offerings were received by the family from relatives and friends and also a beautiful spray of flowers from the staff of the Railway Mail Service branch of the Post Office Dept. Ottawa. Among those noticed at the funeral were Aurele Leger, M.P., Grand Digue; Levi Goguen, Alphonse Goguen, Cocagne; Dismas Caissie, St. Anthony, and many others.
- [S3369] Mrs. Sarah Landry - obituary, Moncton Daily Times, Moncton, NB, December 14 1944, pg 2. Moncton Daily Times Moncton, NB
Thursday, December 14th, 1944 pg 2
Mrs. Sarah Landry
Funeral Services for Shediac Lady - Shediac, N.B., Dec. 13 -
The funeral of Mrs Sarah Landy took place from the home of her daughter, Mrs. Nap Leger to St. Joseph's Church, Shediac, where a requiem high mass was sung by Rev. Father Leger, C.S.C., Superior of St. Joseph's University with Father Bourgeois, deacon and Father Despres as Sub-Deacon. Interment was made in the family lot at Memramcook. The pallbearers were the grandchildren, Messrs. Raymond, Jean-Paul and Rene LeBlanc, Maurice and Norbert Leger and Harold Prince. Out of town people attending were Mrs. Stan Hilchey, Mrs. Garnet Hilchey also the Misses Fern and Nathalie Hilchey, all of Old Town, Me.; Mr. Alyre Gaudet, Mr. Albenie Richard, Mr. Leo Landry, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. LeBlanc, Mr.Philippe Cormier, Mrs. Alphonse LeBlanc, Miss. Jacqueline LeBlanc all of Moncton; Mr. Andre Cormier, Miss Deline LeBlanc of College Bridge, Mrs. Ernest LeBlanc, Fox Creek. Many mass cards, messages of sympathy, sympathy cards and floral tributes were received.
- [S3370] Mrs. A. Gaudet - obituary, Moncton Daily Times, Moncton, NB, September 12 1945, pg 7. voir aussi: Mrs. Aurelien Gaudet - funeral, Moncton Daily Times, Moncton, NB, September 19, 1945, pg 5.
- [S3371] Thadde Landry - obituary, Moncton Daily Times, Moncton, NB, September 24, 1945, pg 5. voir aussi: Thaddee Landry - funeral, Moncton Daily Times, Moncton, NB, September 27, 1945, pg 9.
- [S3372] Mrs. Joseph Leger - obituary, Moncton Daily Times, Moncton, NB, September 26 1945, pg 5. Moncton Daily Times Moncton, NB
Wednesday, September 26th, 1945 pg 5
Mrs. Joseph Leger -
The death of Mrs. Joseph Leger occurred suddenly about 7 p.m. last evening at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Eric Dollar, Lakeburn, Mrs. Leger was born in Pittsburgh some 47 years ago. She had been ill for the past three weeks and her death will come as a shock to her many friends. She leaves to mourn her passing, her husband, one daughter, Mrs. Dollar, Lakeburn, and four sons, Fred, Laurrie, Gerald and Emery. The funeral will be held on Friday with interment in the Mount Carmel cemetery, St. Mary's.
- [S3373] Mrs. Olivier D. Cormier - obituary, Moncton Daily Times, Moncton, NB, September 14 1945, pg 7.
- [S3374] Thomas Léger - obituary, Moncton Daily Times, Moncton, NB, October 4 1945, pg 9. Moncton Daily Times Moncton, NB
Thursday, October 4th, 1945 pg 9
Thomas Leger -
Friends and Relatives in New Brunswick were shocked to learn of the sudden death of Thomas Leger, which occurred of Sept. 23 at his home, 128 School street, Walpole, Mass., at the age of 67 years. He was born at Leger Corner, N. B., the son of the late Severe and Elizabeth Leger. Deceased is survived by his wife, one daughter, Eleanor, and two sons, Paul and Edmond, also by one brother, Daniel S. Leger, Shediac, N.B., and two sisters, Mrs. Philias Bourque (Marie) and Miss Barbara Leger, both of Vancouver, B.C.
- [S3375] Elise Belliveau - nécrologie, Acadie Nouvelle, Caraquet, NB, 27 août 2007. l'Acadie Nouvelle Caraquet, NB
Lundi, 27 août 2007
Elise Belliveau (1919-2007) -
C'est avec regret que les enfants d'Élise Belliveau annoncent son décès soudain à l'Hôpital de Moncton, le jeudi 23 août 2007, à l'âge de 88 ans. Elle était l'épouse de feu Aldrice Belliveau et était domiciliée à Moncton. Née le 21 mai 1919 à Moncton, elle était fille de feu Epiphane et de feu Elmire (Cormier) Belliveau. Elle laisse dans le deuil quatre enfants: Dianne Belliveau de Moncton, Lucille (Michel) Legault de Moncton, Paul (Jacqueline) de Dieppe et Claire (Marcel) Belliveau-Cantin de Moncton; trois soeurs de Moncton: Irène White, Yvonne Léger et Doris Harrison, ainsi que cinq petits-enfants: Marc, Sylvie, Annie (Charles Somers), Sophie et Julien. Outre son époux, elle est précédée dans la tombe par deux soeurs: Géneva Gauvin et Lorette Bowness, ainsi que par un frère, Normand Belliveau. La dépouille mortelle a été exposée au salon funéraire Frenette, 88, rue Church à Moncton (858-1900). Les funérailles auront lieu en l'église Christ-Roi de Moncton, le lundi 27 août, à 10h. L'inhumation se fera au cimetière Notre-Dame-du-Calvaire de Dieppe. Il n'y aura pas de visites le lundi 27 août avant les funérailles. À la demande de la famille, un don à la Fondation de l'Hôpital Dr-Georges-L.-Dumont ou à la Fondation de l'Hôpital de Moncton serait apprécié.
- [S3376] Tree Limbs Hits, Kills 15-Year-Old Youth, Tonawanda News, North Tonawanda NY, July 5 1960. Tonawanda News North Tonawanda, NY
Tuesday, July 5th, 1960
Tree Limb Hits, Kills 15-Year-Old Youth
Schenectady (UPI) – David Legere, 15, was killed Monday when a limb from a tree he was cutting down struck him on the head.
David, the son of Princetown Town Clerk Clifford Legere, was holding the end of a rope being used to lower the limb when he was suddenly lifted 10 feet off the ground. He let go of the rope and fell to the ground, the falling tree limb striking his head.
- [S3377] Narcisse Léger - obituary, Moncton Daily Times, Moncton, NB, 1945-10-10, pg 9.
- [S3378] Mrs. Thaddee Arsenault - obituary, Moncton Daily Times, Moncton, NB, November 2 1945, pg 9. Moncton Daily Times Moncton, NB
Friday, November 2nd, 1945 pg 9
Mrs. Thaddee Arsenault -
Word has been received by Mrs. Alfred N. Leger of Leger Corner, of the death of her mother, Mrs. Thaddee Arsenault, which occurred after a brief illness on Wednesday noon at Rogersville. Mrs. Arsenault is survived by three sons, Marcel of Warner, N.H., Placide of St. Anselme, Pierre of Rogersville, with whom she resided, and a daughter, Mrs. Leger of Leger Corner.
- [S3379] Emery Brun - obituary, Moncton Daily Times, Moncton, NB, January 2 1957, pg 3. Moncton Daily Times Moncton, NB
Wednesday, January 2nd, 1957 pg 3
Emery Brun - Shediac (Special) -
Cape Bald Native Dies Unexpectantly
The death of Emery Brun occcurred suddenly Tuesday at his home in Lower Cape Bald. Mr. Brun was apparently in good health and had just returned home from church when he was seiged with an attack and died before medical aid could reach him. An outstanding citizen of his community, he was the manager of the Cape Bald Fisherman's Association, a director in the Caisse Popular, and a director of the Co-Operative store in Cape Bald. He is survived by his wife, the former Elise Landry, thirteen children, and his mother. Surviving sons are: Alfred, Almee, Adrice, Regis all of Toronto; Omer, of Cape Bald, Armand of Moncton, and Romuld of Lower Cape Bald. Daughters are: Mrs. Gervais Leger (Lorraine), of Leger Brook, Mrs. Fernand Saulnier (Leoline), of Dupuis Corner, Mrs. John Paul Maillet (Marie), of Sudbury, Ont., Mrs. Victor Mazerolle (Eva), also of Sudbury, Mrs. Adelard Savoie (Alin), of Toronto and Miss Laurida Brun, at home. he also leaves four sisters - Mrs. Dauphine Fagan, of Pictou, N.S., Mrs. Melrose Landry, of Cape Bald, Mrs. Elizabeth Vautour, Cape Bald, and Miss Sarah Brun, of Cape Bald. There are also four brothers - Emile, Dosithe, Alyre, and Adelard, all of Cape Bald. He also leaves 32 Grandchildren. The body is resting at his late home, and the funeral will be held Friday morning at 9 o'clock at the Cape Bald Roman Catholic Church. Interment will be in tha parish cemetery.
- [S3380] Mrs. M. Leger Dies at Age 52, Moncton Daily Times, Moncton, NB, January 11 1957, pg 11.