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Michael Hamilton1

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Lien de parenté:Fils d'un cousin au 7e degré de Gilles Pinet

Citations

  1. [S2851] Eugenie (Jean) Langis - obituary, Chronicle Herald, Thunder Bay, March 20, 1999, pg B9. Chronicle Journal Thunder Bay, ON
    Saturday, March 20th, 1999 pg B9

    Langis, Eugenie (Jean)

    It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our Mother, Jean Langis on Saturday, March 13, 1999. Born Eugenie Legere in Shediac, New Brunswick on February 11 , 1918, she married Alonzo Langis on June 10, 1940. To accommodate Al's career with the Canadian Pacific Railway, they moved to Sudbury in 1945, then to Marathon in 1946. Here, they settled raising four children. Jean was a manager of the Strand Theatre for many years, ending her working career with the Hudson Bay Co. She was an active outgoing lady. Playing Bridge was a favourite event on her social calender. Over the years she played with the Marathon Bridge Club and with her own weekly club - a group of friends who enjoyed the game and the time spent visiting. She was also a member of the Senior Citizens' Club, being an active member for many years. Entertaining family and friends was an "event" and everyone was made to feel welcome and guaranteed a time to remember. Her greatest love was to be surrounded by her family, sharing in many of their experiences. Jean was very proud of the accomplishments of her children and grandchildren, and was always supportive, offering encouragement and love. Surviving children are: Jeannette Bromley (Winston) Langley, B.C.; John Langis (Frida) Thunder Bay; Louise Hamilton (Roger) Marathon and Alain Langis, Calgary Alberta. Grandchildren are: Kevin, David and Trevor Bromley, British Columbia; Paul Langis, Thunder Bay; Erin Langis, Toronto; Michael Hamilton, Winnipeg; Dana Schwantz, Marathon; Terri Hamilton, Niagara Falls. She was also the proud great grandmother of ten. Also surviving are two brothers and on sister and numerous nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her husband Alonzo (Al) Langis, December 24, 1989, daughter Claudette in infancy, her parents and brother Aldrice. A Memorial service is to be held in Marathon on Tuesday, March 23 at 2:00 p.m. at Holy Saviour Catholic Church. Mom greatly valued her friends - they were a big part of her life. She was truly grateful for the visits, loving letters, cards and gifts they bestowed upon her, especially in the last two years. Forever in our Thoughs Mom.
Dernières Modifications15 août 2010
Tous les efforts sont faites pour faciliter la lecture des informations généalogiques. Pour l'instant, ces informations sont affichées en français. Je suis à chercher une solution pour rendre le site bilingue.
All efforts are made to facilitate the reading of the genealogical information. For now, this information is displayed in French. I'm looking for a solution to make the site bilingual.

Dana Hamilton1

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Lien de parenté:Fille d'un cousin au 7e degré de Gilles Pinet

Chronologie

Citations

  1. [S2851] Eugenie (Jean) Langis - obituary, Chronicle Herald, Thunder Bay, March 20, 1999, pg B9. Chronicle Journal Thunder Bay, ON
    Saturday, March 20th, 1999 pg B9

    Langis, Eugenie (Jean)

    It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our Mother, Jean Langis on Saturday, March 13, 1999. Born Eugenie Legere in Shediac, New Brunswick on February 11 , 1918, she married Alonzo Langis on June 10, 1940. To accommodate Al's career with the Canadian Pacific Railway, they moved to Sudbury in 1945, then to Marathon in 1946. Here, they settled raising four children. Jean was a manager of the Strand Theatre for many years, ending her working career with the Hudson Bay Co. She was an active outgoing lady. Playing Bridge was a favourite event on her social calender. Over the years she played with the Marathon Bridge Club and with her own weekly club - a group of friends who enjoyed the game and the time spent visiting. She was also a member of the Senior Citizens' Club, being an active member for many years. Entertaining family and friends was an "event" and everyone was made to feel welcome and guaranteed a time to remember. Her greatest love was to be surrounded by her family, sharing in many of their experiences. Jean was very proud of the accomplishments of her children and grandchildren, and was always supportive, offering encouragement and love. Surviving children are: Jeannette Bromley (Winston) Langley, B.C.; John Langis (Frida) Thunder Bay; Louise Hamilton (Roger) Marathon and Alain Langis, Calgary Alberta. Grandchildren are: Kevin, David and Trevor Bromley, British Columbia; Paul Langis, Thunder Bay; Erin Langis, Toronto; Michael Hamilton, Winnipeg; Dana Schwantz, Marathon; Terri Hamilton, Niagara Falls. She was also the proud great grandmother of ten. Also surviving are two brothers and on sister and numerous nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her husband Alonzo (Al) Langis, December 24, 1989, daughter Claudette in infancy, her parents and brother Aldrice. A Memorial service is to be held in Marathon on Tuesday, March 23 at 2:00 p.m. at Holy Saviour Catholic Church. Mom greatly valued her friends - they were a big part of her life. She was truly grateful for the visits, loving letters, cards and gifts they bestowed upon her, especially in the last two years. Forever in our Thoughs Mom.
Dernières Modifications15 août 2010
Tous les efforts sont faites pour faciliter la lecture des informations généalogiques. Pour l'instant, ces informations sont affichées en français. Je suis à chercher une solution pour rendre le site bilingue.
All efforts are made to facilitate the reading of the genealogical information. For now, this information is displayed in French. I'm looking for a solution to make the site bilingual.

Schwantz1

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Chronologie

Citations

  1. [S2851] Eugenie (Jean) Langis - obituary, Chronicle Herald, Thunder Bay, March 20, 1999, pg B9. Chronicle Journal Thunder Bay, ON
    Saturday, March 20th, 1999 pg B9

    Langis, Eugenie (Jean)

    It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our Mother, Jean Langis on Saturday, March 13, 1999. Born Eugenie Legere in Shediac, New Brunswick on February 11 , 1918, she married Alonzo Langis on June 10, 1940. To accommodate Al's career with the Canadian Pacific Railway, they moved to Sudbury in 1945, then to Marathon in 1946. Here, they settled raising four children. Jean was a manager of the Strand Theatre for many years, ending her working career with the Hudson Bay Co. She was an active outgoing lady. Playing Bridge was a favourite event on her social calender. Over the years she played with the Marathon Bridge Club and with her own weekly club - a group of friends who enjoyed the game and the time spent visiting. She was also a member of the Senior Citizens' Club, being an active member for many years. Entertaining family and friends was an "event" and everyone was made to feel welcome and guaranteed a time to remember. Her greatest love was to be surrounded by her family, sharing in many of their experiences. Jean was very proud of the accomplishments of her children and grandchildren, and was always supportive, offering encouragement and love. Surviving children are: Jeannette Bromley (Winston) Langley, B.C.; John Langis (Frida) Thunder Bay; Louise Hamilton (Roger) Marathon and Alain Langis, Calgary Alberta. Grandchildren are: Kevin, David and Trevor Bromley, British Columbia; Paul Langis, Thunder Bay; Erin Langis, Toronto; Michael Hamilton, Winnipeg; Dana Schwantz, Marathon; Terri Hamilton, Niagara Falls. She was also the proud great grandmother of ten. Also surviving are two brothers and on sister and numerous nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her husband Alonzo (Al) Langis, December 24, 1989, daughter Claudette in infancy, her parents and brother Aldrice. A Memorial service is to be held in Marathon on Tuesday, March 23 at 2:00 p.m. at Holy Saviour Catholic Church. Mom greatly valued her friends - they were a big part of her life. She was truly grateful for the visits, loving letters, cards and gifts they bestowed upon her, especially in the last two years. Forever in our Thoughs Mom.
Dernières Modifications15 août 2010
Tous les efforts sont faites pour faciliter la lecture des informations généalogiques. Pour l'instant, ces informations sont affichées en français. Je suis à chercher une solution pour rendre le site bilingue.
All efforts are made to facilitate the reading of the genealogical information. For now, this information is displayed in French. I'm looking for a solution to make the site bilingual.

Terri Hamilton1

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Lien de parenté:Fille d'un cousin au 7e degré de Gilles Pinet

Citations

  1. [S2851] Eugenie (Jean) Langis - obituary, Chronicle Herald, Thunder Bay, March 20, 1999, pg B9. Chronicle Journal Thunder Bay, ON
    Saturday, March 20th, 1999 pg B9

    Langis, Eugenie (Jean)

    It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our Mother, Jean Langis on Saturday, March 13, 1999. Born Eugenie Legere in Shediac, New Brunswick on February 11 , 1918, she married Alonzo Langis on June 10, 1940. To accommodate Al's career with the Canadian Pacific Railway, they moved to Sudbury in 1945, then to Marathon in 1946. Here, they settled raising four children. Jean was a manager of the Strand Theatre for many years, ending her working career with the Hudson Bay Co. She was an active outgoing lady. Playing Bridge was a favourite event on her social calender. Over the years she played with the Marathon Bridge Club and with her own weekly club - a group of friends who enjoyed the game and the time spent visiting. She was also a member of the Senior Citizens' Club, being an active member for many years. Entertaining family and friends was an "event" and everyone was made to feel welcome and guaranteed a time to remember. Her greatest love was to be surrounded by her family, sharing in many of their experiences. Jean was very proud of the accomplishments of her children and grandchildren, and was always supportive, offering encouragement and love. Surviving children are: Jeannette Bromley (Winston) Langley, B.C.; John Langis (Frida) Thunder Bay; Louise Hamilton (Roger) Marathon and Alain Langis, Calgary Alberta. Grandchildren are: Kevin, David and Trevor Bromley, British Columbia; Paul Langis, Thunder Bay; Erin Langis, Toronto; Michael Hamilton, Winnipeg; Dana Schwantz, Marathon; Terri Hamilton, Niagara Falls. She was also the proud great grandmother of ten. Also surviving are two brothers and on sister and numerous nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her husband Alonzo (Al) Langis, December 24, 1989, daughter Claudette in infancy, her parents and brother Aldrice. A Memorial service is to be held in Marathon on Tuesday, March 23 at 2:00 p.m. at Holy Saviour Catholic Church. Mom greatly valued her friends - they were a big part of her life. She was truly grateful for the visits, loving letters, cards and gifts they bestowed upon her, especially in the last two years. Forever in our Thoughs Mom.
Dernières Modifications15 août 2010
Tous les efforts sont faites pour faciliter la lecture des informations généalogiques. Pour l'instant, ces informations sont affichées en français. Je suis à chercher une solution pour rendre le site bilingue.
All efforts are made to facilitate the reading of the genealogical information. For now, this information is displayed in French. I'm looking for a solution to make the site bilingual.

Claudette Langis1

F, d. avant 13 mars 1999
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Père*Alonzo Langis n. 1 février 1913, d. 24 décembre 1989
Mère*Eugénie Léger n. 11 février 1918, d. 13 mars 1999
Lien de parenté:Cousine au 7e degré de Gilles Pinet
  • Claudette Langis est décédée avant 13 mars 1999 à l'enfance.1

Chronologie

  • 1999
    Décès
    Avant 13 mars 1999
    Claudette Langis est décédée avant 13 mars 1999 à l'enfance.
    Citation: 1

Citations

  1. [S2851] Eugenie (Jean) Langis - obituary, Chronicle Herald, Thunder Bay, March 20, 1999, pg B9. Chronicle Journal Thunder Bay, ON
    Saturday, March 20th, 1999 pg B9

    Langis, Eugenie (Jean)

    It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our Mother, Jean Langis on Saturday, March 13, 1999. Born Eugenie Legere in Shediac, New Brunswick on February 11 , 1918, she married Alonzo Langis on June 10, 1940. To accommodate Al's career with the Canadian Pacific Railway, they moved to Sudbury in 1945, then to Marathon in 1946. Here, they settled raising four children. Jean was a manager of the Strand Theatre for many years, ending her working career with the Hudson Bay Co. She was an active outgoing lady. Playing Bridge was a favourite event on her social calender. Over the years she played with the Marathon Bridge Club and with her own weekly club - a group of friends who enjoyed the game and the time spent visiting. She was also a member of the Senior Citizens' Club, being an active member for many years. Entertaining family and friends was an "event" and everyone was made to feel welcome and guaranteed a time to remember. Her greatest love was to be surrounded by her family, sharing in many of their experiences. Jean was very proud of the accomplishments of her children and grandchildren, and was always supportive, offering encouragement and love. Surviving children are: Jeannette Bromley (Winston) Langley, B.C.; John Langis (Frida) Thunder Bay; Louise Hamilton (Roger) Marathon and Alain Langis, Calgary Alberta. Grandchildren are: Kevin, David and Trevor Bromley, British Columbia; Paul Langis, Thunder Bay; Erin Langis, Toronto; Michael Hamilton, Winnipeg; Dana Schwantz, Marathon; Terri Hamilton, Niagara Falls. She was also the proud great grandmother of ten. Also surviving are two brothers and on sister and numerous nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her husband Alonzo (Al) Langis, December 24, 1989, daughter Claudette in infancy, her parents and brother Aldrice. A Memorial service is to be held in Marathon on Tuesday, March 23 at 2:00 p.m. at Holy Saviour Catholic Church. Mom greatly valued her friends - they were a big part of her life. She was truly grateful for the visits, loving letters, cards and gifts they bestowed upon her, especially in the last two years. Forever in our Thoughs Mom.
Dernières Modifications21 mars 2021
Tous les efforts sont faites pour faciliter la lecture des informations généalogiques. Pour l'instant, ces informations sont affichées en français. Je suis à chercher une solution pour rendre le site bilingue.
All efforts are made to facilitate the reading of the genealogical information. For now, this information is displayed in French. I'm looking for a solution to make the site bilingual.

Irene Légère1

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Père*Aimé Légère d. 6 décembre 2005
Mère*Anne-Marie Thériault
Lien de parenté:Cousine au 5e degré d'un parent de Gilles Pinet

Chronologie

Citations

  1. [S2852] Aime Joseph Leger - obituary, Chronicle Journal, Thunder Bay, December 9, 2005. Chronicle Journal Thunder Bay, ON
    Friday, December 9th, 2005

    LEGER, Aime Joseph
    2005-12-09

    "The family announces with great sorrow his peaceful passing at Wilson Memorial Hospital in Marathon Ontario on Tuesday December 6, 2005, with his family by his side. Beloved husband of Marie Leger and dearest father of Irene Hicks (Vern) of Thunder Bay, Nicole Dayman (Jim) of Dryden, Claudette Spurway (Kevin) of Sault Ste. Marie and Susanne Squitti (Norm) of Thunder Bay. He is survived by brothers Levin Leger of Fredericton, NB, Alban Leger of Paquetville NB, Victor Leger of St. John NB, and sister Argentine Gionet of St. Catherines ON. Aime Leger will be sadly missed by four grandchildren, Darcy Dayman (Erin) and Gregory Dayman (Tamara) of Dryden, Shawn Telfer (Patty) of Calgary and Christopher James of Toronto. He is also survived by three great grandchildren. He was pre-deceased by his parents Pierre Leger and Marie Leger (Noel), one brother Albert and five sisters; Laura, Leontine, Leda, Stella and Roseanna. Aime Leger moved to Marathon in 1947 and started a trucking business. He joined the mill when it started up and remained there until his retirement in 1988. He loved the company of his family and kept busy with many projects up until his illness. A celebration of Aime Leger's life will take place at Holy Saviour Church in Marathon on Saturday December 10, 2005 at 11:00 am. Reverend Jacques Beausejour will be officiating with interment taking place at a later date. Donations to the Alzheimer Society of Canada or Wilson Memorial Hospital Palliative Care Unit would be appreciated."
Dernières Modifications15 août 2010
Tous les efforts sont faites pour faciliter la lecture des informations généalogiques. Pour l'instant, ces informations sont affichées en français. Je suis à chercher une solution pour rendre le site bilingue.
All efforts are made to facilitate the reading of the genealogical information. For now, this information is displayed in French. I'm looking for a solution to make the site bilingual.

Vern Hicks1

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Chronologie

Citations

  1. [S2852] Aime Joseph Leger - obituary, Chronicle Journal, Thunder Bay, December 9, 2005. Chronicle Journal Thunder Bay, ON
    Friday, December 9th, 2005

    LEGER, Aime Joseph
    2005-12-09

    "The family announces with great sorrow his peaceful passing at Wilson Memorial Hospital in Marathon Ontario on Tuesday December 6, 2005, with his family by his side. Beloved husband of Marie Leger and dearest father of Irene Hicks (Vern) of Thunder Bay, Nicole Dayman (Jim) of Dryden, Claudette Spurway (Kevin) of Sault Ste. Marie and Susanne Squitti (Norm) of Thunder Bay. He is survived by brothers Levin Leger of Fredericton, NB, Alban Leger of Paquetville NB, Victor Leger of St. John NB, and sister Argentine Gionet of St. Catherines ON. Aime Leger will be sadly missed by four grandchildren, Darcy Dayman (Erin) and Gregory Dayman (Tamara) of Dryden, Shawn Telfer (Patty) of Calgary and Christopher James of Toronto. He is also survived by three great grandchildren. He was pre-deceased by his parents Pierre Leger and Marie Leger (Noel), one brother Albert and five sisters; Laura, Leontine, Leda, Stella and Roseanna. Aime Leger moved to Marathon in 1947 and started a trucking business. He joined the mill when it started up and remained there until his retirement in 1988. He loved the company of his family and kept busy with many projects up until his illness. A celebration of Aime Leger's life will take place at Holy Saviour Church in Marathon on Saturday December 10, 2005 at 11:00 am. Reverend Jacques Beausejour will be officiating with interment taking place at a later date. Donations to the Alzheimer Society of Canada or Wilson Memorial Hospital Palliative Care Unit would be appreciated."
Dernières Modifications15 août 2010
Tous les efforts sont faites pour faciliter la lecture des informations généalogiques. Pour l'instant, ces informations sont affichées en français. Je suis à chercher une solution pour rendre le site bilingue.
All efforts are made to facilitate the reading of the genealogical information. For now, this information is displayed in French. I'm looking for a solution to make the site bilingual.

Nicole Légère1

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Père*Aimé Légère d. 6 décembre 2005
Mère*Anne-Marie Thériault
Lien de parenté:Cousine au 5e degré d'un parent de Gilles Pinet

Enfants avec Jim Dayman

Fils*Darcy Dayman
Fils*Gregory Dayman

Chronologie

Citations

  1. [S2852] Aime Joseph Leger - obituary, Chronicle Journal, Thunder Bay, December 9, 2005. Chronicle Journal Thunder Bay, ON
    Friday, December 9th, 2005

    LEGER, Aime Joseph
    2005-12-09

    "The family announces with great sorrow his peaceful passing at Wilson Memorial Hospital in Marathon Ontario on Tuesday December 6, 2005, with his family by his side. Beloved husband of Marie Leger and dearest father of Irene Hicks (Vern) of Thunder Bay, Nicole Dayman (Jim) of Dryden, Claudette Spurway (Kevin) of Sault Ste. Marie and Susanne Squitti (Norm) of Thunder Bay. He is survived by brothers Levin Leger of Fredericton, NB, Alban Leger of Paquetville NB, Victor Leger of St. John NB, and sister Argentine Gionet of St. Catherines ON. Aime Leger will be sadly missed by four grandchildren, Darcy Dayman (Erin) and Gregory Dayman (Tamara) of Dryden, Shawn Telfer (Patty) of Calgary and Christopher James of Toronto. He is also survived by three great grandchildren. He was pre-deceased by his parents Pierre Leger and Marie Leger (Noel), one brother Albert and five sisters; Laura, Leontine, Leda, Stella and Roseanna. Aime Leger moved to Marathon in 1947 and started a trucking business. He joined the mill when it started up and remained there until his retirement in 1988. He loved the company of his family and kept busy with many projects up until his illness. A celebration of Aime Leger's life will take place at Holy Saviour Church in Marathon on Saturday December 10, 2005 at 11:00 am. Reverend Jacques Beausejour will be officiating with interment taking place at a later date. Donations to the Alzheimer Society of Canada or Wilson Memorial Hospital Palliative Care Unit would be appreciated."
Dernières Modifications15 août 2010
Tous les efforts sont faites pour faciliter la lecture des informations généalogiques. Pour l'instant, ces informations sont affichées en français. Je suis à chercher une solution pour rendre le site bilingue.
All efforts are made to facilitate the reading of the genealogical information. For now, this information is displayed in French. I'm looking for a solution to make the site bilingual.

Jim Dayman1

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Chronologie

Citations

  1. [S2852] Aime Joseph Leger - obituary, Chronicle Journal, Thunder Bay, December 9, 2005. Chronicle Journal Thunder Bay, ON
    Friday, December 9th, 2005

    LEGER, Aime Joseph
    2005-12-09

    "The family announces with great sorrow his peaceful passing at Wilson Memorial Hospital in Marathon Ontario on Tuesday December 6, 2005, with his family by his side. Beloved husband of Marie Leger and dearest father of Irene Hicks (Vern) of Thunder Bay, Nicole Dayman (Jim) of Dryden, Claudette Spurway (Kevin) of Sault Ste. Marie and Susanne Squitti (Norm) of Thunder Bay. He is survived by brothers Levin Leger of Fredericton, NB, Alban Leger of Paquetville NB, Victor Leger of St. John NB, and sister Argentine Gionet of St. Catherines ON. Aime Leger will be sadly missed by four grandchildren, Darcy Dayman (Erin) and Gregory Dayman (Tamara) of Dryden, Shawn Telfer (Patty) of Calgary and Christopher James of Toronto. He is also survived by three great grandchildren. He was pre-deceased by his parents Pierre Leger and Marie Leger (Noel), one brother Albert and five sisters; Laura, Leontine, Leda, Stella and Roseanna. Aime Leger moved to Marathon in 1947 and started a trucking business. He joined the mill when it started up and remained there until his retirement in 1988. He loved the company of his family and kept busy with many projects up until his illness. A celebration of Aime Leger's life will take place at Holy Saviour Church in Marathon on Saturday December 10, 2005 at 11:00 am. Reverend Jacques Beausejour will be officiating with interment taking place at a later date. Donations to the Alzheimer Society of Canada or Wilson Memorial Hospital Palliative Care Unit would be appreciated."
Dernières Modifications15 août 2010
Tous les efforts sont faites pour faciliter la lecture des informations généalogiques. Pour l'instant, ces informations sont affichées en français. Je suis à chercher une solution pour rendre le site bilingue.
All efforts are made to facilitate the reading of the genealogical information. For now, this information is displayed in French. I'm looking for a solution to make the site bilingual.

Claudette Légère1

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If you are willing to share further information concerning this family, contact me via email: Gilles Pinet.
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Père*Aimé Légère d. 6 décembre 2005
Mère*Anne-Marie Thériault
Lien de parenté:Cousine au 5e degré d'un parent de Gilles Pinet

Chronologie

Citations

  1. [S2852] Aime Joseph Leger - obituary, Chronicle Journal, Thunder Bay, December 9, 2005. Chronicle Journal Thunder Bay, ON
    Friday, December 9th, 2005

    LEGER, Aime Joseph
    2005-12-09

    "The family announces with great sorrow his peaceful passing at Wilson Memorial Hospital in Marathon Ontario on Tuesday December 6, 2005, with his family by his side. Beloved husband of Marie Leger and dearest father of Irene Hicks (Vern) of Thunder Bay, Nicole Dayman (Jim) of Dryden, Claudette Spurway (Kevin) of Sault Ste. Marie and Susanne Squitti (Norm) of Thunder Bay. He is survived by brothers Levin Leger of Fredericton, NB, Alban Leger of Paquetville NB, Victor Leger of St. John NB, and sister Argentine Gionet of St. Catherines ON. Aime Leger will be sadly missed by four grandchildren, Darcy Dayman (Erin) and Gregory Dayman (Tamara) of Dryden, Shawn Telfer (Patty) of Calgary and Christopher James of Toronto. He is also survived by three great grandchildren. He was pre-deceased by his parents Pierre Leger and Marie Leger (Noel), one brother Albert and five sisters; Laura, Leontine, Leda, Stella and Roseanna. Aime Leger moved to Marathon in 1947 and started a trucking business. He joined the mill when it started up and remained there until his retirement in 1988. He loved the company of his family and kept busy with many projects up until his illness. A celebration of Aime Leger's life will take place at Holy Saviour Church in Marathon on Saturday December 10, 2005 at 11:00 am. Reverend Jacques Beausejour will be officiating with interment taking place at a later date. Donations to the Alzheimer Society of Canada or Wilson Memorial Hospital Palliative Care Unit would be appreciated."
Dernières Modifications15 août 2010
Tous les efforts sont faites pour faciliter la lecture des informations généalogiques. Pour l'instant, ces informations sont affichées en français. Je suis à chercher une solution pour rendre le site bilingue.
All efforts are made to facilitate the reading of the genealogical information. For now, this information is displayed in French. I'm looking for a solution to make the site bilingual.

Kevin Spurway1

M
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Chronologie

Citations

  1. [S2852] Aime Joseph Leger - obituary, Chronicle Journal, Thunder Bay, December 9, 2005. Chronicle Journal Thunder Bay, ON
    Friday, December 9th, 2005

    LEGER, Aime Joseph
    2005-12-09

    "The family announces with great sorrow his peaceful passing at Wilson Memorial Hospital in Marathon Ontario on Tuesday December 6, 2005, with his family by his side. Beloved husband of Marie Leger and dearest father of Irene Hicks (Vern) of Thunder Bay, Nicole Dayman (Jim) of Dryden, Claudette Spurway (Kevin) of Sault Ste. Marie and Susanne Squitti (Norm) of Thunder Bay. He is survived by brothers Levin Leger of Fredericton, NB, Alban Leger of Paquetville NB, Victor Leger of St. John NB, and sister Argentine Gionet of St. Catherines ON. Aime Leger will be sadly missed by four grandchildren, Darcy Dayman (Erin) and Gregory Dayman (Tamara) of Dryden, Shawn Telfer (Patty) of Calgary and Christopher James of Toronto. He is also survived by three great grandchildren. He was pre-deceased by his parents Pierre Leger and Marie Leger (Noel), one brother Albert and five sisters; Laura, Leontine, Leda, Stella and Roseanna. Aime Leger moved to Marathon in 1947 and started a trucking business. He joined the mill when it started up and remained there until his retirement in 1988. He loved the company of his family and kept busy with many projects up until his illness. A celebration of Aime Leger's life will take place at Holy Saviour Church in Marathon on Saturday December 10, 2005 at 11:00 am. Reverend Jacques Beausejour will be officiating with interment taking place at a later date. Donations to the Alzheimer Society of Canada or Wilson Memorial Hospital Palliative Care Unit would be appreciated."
Dernières Modifications15 août 2010
Tous les efforts sont faites pour faciliter la lecture des informations généalogiques. Pour l'instant, ces informations sont affichées en français. Je suis à chercher une solution pour rendre le site bilingue.
All efforts are made to facilitate the reading of the genealogical information. For now, this information is displayed in French. I'm looking for a solution to make the site bilingual.

Susanne Légère1

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Père*Aimé Légère d. 6 décembre 2005
Mère*Anne-Marie Thériault
Lien de parenté:Cousine au 5e degré d'un parent de Gilles Pinet

Chronologie

Citations

  1. [S2852] Aime Joseph Leger - obituary, Chronicle Journal, Thunder Bay, December 9, 2005. Chronicle Journal Thunder Bay, ON
    Friday, December 9th, 2005

    LEGER, Aime Joseph
    2005-12-09

    "The family announces with great sorrow his peaceful passing at Wilson Memorial Hospital in Marathon Ontario on Tuesday December 6, 2005, with his family by his side. Beloved husband of Marie Leger and dearest father of Irene Hicks (Vern) of Thunder Bay, Nicole Dayman (Jim) of Dryden, Claudette Spurway (Kevin) of Sault Ste. Marie and Susanne Squitti (Norm) of Thunder Bay. He is survived by brothers Levin Leger of Fredericton, NB, Alban Leger of Paquetville NB, Victor Leger of St. John NB, and sister Argentine Gionet of St. Catherines ON. Aime Leger will be sadly missed by four grandchildren, Darcy Dayman (Erin) and Gregory Dayman (Tamara) of Dryden, Shawn Telfer (Patty) of Calgary and Christopher James of Toronto. He is also survived by three great grandchildren. He was pre-deceased by his parents Pierre Leger and Marie Leger (Noel), one brother Albert and five sisters; Laura, Leontine, Leda, Stella and Roseanna. Aime Leger moved to Marathon in 1947 and started a trucking business. He joined the mill when it started up and remained there until his retirement in 1988. He loved the company of his family and kept busy with many projects up until his illness. A celebration of Aime Leger's life will take place at Holy Saviour Church in Marathon on Saturday December 10, 2005 at 11:00 am. Reverend Jacques Beausejour will be officiating with interment taking place at a later date. Donations to the Alzheimer Society of Canada or Wilson Memorial Hospital Palliative Care Unit would be appreciated."
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Norm Squitti1

M
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Chronologie

Citations

  1. [S2852] Aime Joseph Leger - obituary, Chronicle Journal, Thunder Bay, December 9, 2005. Chronicle Journal Thunder Bay, ON
    Friday, December 9th, 2005

    LEGER, Aime Joseph
    2005-12-09

    "The family announces with great sorrow his peaceful passing at Wilson Memorial Hospital in Marathon Ontario on Tuesday December 6, 2005, with his family by his side. Beloved husband of Marie Leger and dearest father of Irene Hicks (Vern) of Thunder Bay, Nicole Dayman (Jim) of Dryden, Claudette Spurway (Kevin) of Sault Ste. Marie and Susanne Squitti (Norm) of Thunder Bay. He is survived by brothers Levin Leger of Fredericton, NB, Alban Leger of Paquetville NB, Victor Leger of St. John NB, and sister Argentine Gionet of St. Catherines ON. Aime Leger will be sadly missed by four grandchildren, Darcy Dayman (Erin) and Gregory Dayman (Tamara) of Dryden, Shawn Telfer (Patty) of Calgary and Christopher James of Toronto. He is also survived by three great grandchildren. He was pre-deceased by his parents Pierre Leger and Marie Leger (Noel), one brother Albert and five sisters; Laura, Leontine, Leda, Stella and Roseanna. Aime Leger moved to Marathon in 1947 and started a trucking business. He joined the mill when it started up and remained there until his retirement in 1988. He loved the company of his family and kept busy with many projects up until his illness. A celebration of Aime Leger's life will take place at Holy Saviour Church in Marathon on Saturday December 10, 2005 at 11:00 am. Reverend Jacques Beausejour will be officiating with interment taking place at a later date. Donations to the Alzheimer Society of Canada or Wilson Memorial Hospital Palliative Care Unit would be appreciated."
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Darcy Dayman1

M
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Lien de parenté:Cousin au 6e degré de Gilles Pinet
  • Darcy Dayman a épousé Erin.1

Chronologie

Citations

  1. [S2852] Aime Joseph Leger - obituary, Chronicle Journal, Thunder Bay, December 9, 2005. Chronicle Journal Thunder Bay, ON
    Friday, December 9th, 2005

    LEGER, Aime Joseph
    2005-12-09

    "The family announces with great sorrow his peaceful passing at Wilson Memorial Hospital in Marathon Ontario on Tuesday December 6, 2005, with his family by his side. Beloved husband of Marie Leger and dearest father of Irene Hicks (Vern) of Thunder Bay, Nicole Dayman (Jim) of Dryden, Claudette Spurway (Kevin) of Sault Ste. Marie and Susanne Squitti (Norm) of Thunder Bay. He is survived by brothers Levin Leger of Fredericton, NB, Alban Leger of Paquetville NB, Victor Leger of St. John NB, and sister Argentine Gionet of St. Catherines ON. Aime Leger will be sadly missed by four grandchildren, Darcy Dayman (Erin) and Gregory Dayman (Tamara) of Dryden, Shawn Telfer (Patty) of Calgary and Christopher James of Toronto. He is also survived by three great grandchildren. He was pre-deceased by his parents Pierre Leger and Marie Leger (Noel), one brother Albert and five sisters; Laura, Leontine, Leda, Stella and Roseanna. Aime Leger moved to Marathon in 1947 and started a trucking business. He joined the mill when it started up and remained there until his retirement in 1988. He loved the company of his family and kept busy with many projects up until his illness. A celebration of Aime Leger's life will take place at Holy Saviour Church in Marathon on Saturday December 10, 2005 at 11:00 am. Reverend Jacques Beausejour will be officiating with interment taking place at a later date. Donations to the Alzheimer Society of Canada or Wilson Memorial Hospital Palliative Care Unit would be appreciated."
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Erin1

F
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Chronologie

Citations

  1. [S2852] Aime Joseph Leger - obituary, Chronicle Journal, Thunder Bay, December 9, 2005. Chronicle Journal Thunder Bay, ON
    Friday, December 9th, 2005

    LEGER, Aime Joseph
    2005-12-09

    "The family announces with great sorrow his peaceful passing at Wilson Memorial Hospital in Marathon Ontario on Tuesday December 6, 2005, with his family by his side. Beloved husband of Marie Leger and dearest father of Irene Hicks (Vern) of Thunder Bay, Nicole Dayman (Jim) of Dryden, Claudette Spurway (Kevin) of Sault Ste. Marie and Susanne Squitti (Norm) of Thunder Bay. He is survived by brothers Levin Leger of Fredericton, NB, Alban Leger of Paquetville NB, Victor Leger of St. John NB, and sister Argentine Gionet of St. Catherines ON. Aime Leger will be sadly missed by four grandchildren, Darcy Dayman (Erin) and Gregory Dayman (Tamara) of Dryden, Shawn Telfer (Patty) of Calgary and Christopher James of Toronto. He is also survived by three great grandchildren. He was pre-deceased by his parents Pierre Leger and Marie Leger (Noel), one brother Albert and five sisters; Laura, Leontine, Leda, Stella and Roseanna. Aime Leger moved to Marathon in 1947 and started a trucking business. He joined the mill when it started up and remained there until his retirement in 1988. He loved the company of his family and kept busy with many projects up until his illness. A celebration of Aime Leger's life will take place at Holy Saviour Church in Marathon on Saturday December 10, 2005 at 11:00 am. Reverend Jacques Beausejour will be officiating with interment taking place at a later date. Donations to the Alzheimer Society of Canada or Wilson Memorial Hospital Palliative Care Unit would be appreciated."
Dernières Modifications15 août 2010
Tous les efforts sont faites pour faciliter la lecture des informations généalogiques. Pour l'instant, ces informations sont affichées en français. Je suis à chercher une solution pour rendre le site bilingue.
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Gregory Dayman1

M
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Lien de parenté:Cousin au 6e degré de Gilles Pinet

Chronologie

Citations

  1. [S2852] Aime Joseph Leger - obituary, Chronicle Journal, Thunder Bay, December 9, 2005. Chronicle Journal Thunder Bay, ON
    Friday, December 9th, 2005

    LEGER, Aime Joseph
    2005-12-09

    "The family announces with great sorrow his peaceful passing at Wilson Memorial Hospital in Marathon Ontario on Tuesday December 6, 2005, with his family by his side. Beloved husband of Marie Leger and dearest father of Irene Hicks (Vern) of Thunder Bay, Nicole Dayman (Jim) of Dryden, Claudette Spurway (Kevin) of Sault Ste. Marie and Susanne Squitti (Norm) of Thunder Bay. He is survived by brothers Levin Leger of Fredericton, NB, Alban Leger of Paquetville NB, Victor Leger of St. John NB, and sister Argentine Gionet of St. Catherines ON. Aime Leger will be sadly missed by four grandchildren, Darcy Dayman (Erin) and Gregory Dayman (Tamara) of Dryden, Shawn Telfer (Patty) of Calgary and Christopher James of Toronto. He is also survived by three great grandchildren. He was pre-deceased by his parents Pierre Leger and Marie Leger (Noel), one brother Albert and five sisters; Laura, Leontine, Leda, Stella and Roseanna. Aime Leger moved to Marathon in 1947 and started a trucking business. He joined the mill when it started up and remained there until his retirement in 1988. He loved the company of his family and kept busy with many projects up until his illness. A celebration of Aime Leger's life will take place at Holy Saviour Church in Marathon on Saturday December 10, 2005 at 11:00 am. Reverend Jacques Beausejour will be officiating with interment taking place at a later date. Donations to the Alzheimer Society of Canada or Wilson Memorial Hospital Palliative Care Unit would be appreciated."
Dernières Modifications15 août 2010
Tous les efforts sont faites pour faciliter la lecture des informations généalogiques. Pour l'instant, ces informations sont affichées en français. Je suis à chercher une solution pour rendre le site bilingue.
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Tamara1

F
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Chronologie

Citations

  1. [S2852] Aime Joseph Leger - obituary, Chronicle Journal, Thunder Bay, December 9, 2005. Chronicle Journal Thunder Bay, ON
    Friday, December 9th, 2005

    LEGER, Aime Joseph
    2005-12-09

    "The family announces with great sorrow his peaceful passing at Wilson Memorial Hospital in Marathon Ontario on Tuesday December 6, 2005, with his family by his side. Beloved husband of Marie Leger and dearest father of Irene Hicks (Vern) of Thunder Bay, Nicole Dayman (Jim) of Dryden, Claudette Spurway (Kevin) of Sault Ste. Marie and Susanne Squitti (Norm) of Thunder Bay. He is survived by brothers Levin Leger of Fredericton, NB, Alban Leger of Paquetville NB, Victor Leger of St. John NB, and sister Argentine Gionet of St. Catherines ON. Aime Leger will be sadly missed by four grandchildren, Darcy Dayman (Erin) and Gregory Dayman (Tamara) of Dryden, Shawn Telfer (Patty) of Calgary and Christopher James of Toronto. He is also survived by three great grandchildren. He was pre-deceased by his parents Pierre Leger and Marie Leger (Noel), one brother Albert and five sisters; Laura, Leontine, Leda, Stella and Roseanna. Aime Leger moved to Marathon in 1947 and started a trucking business. He joined the mill when it started up and remained there until his retirement in 1988. He loved the company of his family and kept busy with many projects up until his illness. A celebration of Aime Leger's life will take place at Holy Saviour Church in Marathon on Saturday December 10, 2005 at 11:00 am. Reverend Jacques Beausejour will be officiating with interment taking place at a later date. Donations to the Alzheimer Society of Canada or Wilson Memorial Hospital Palliative Care Unit would be appreciated."
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Rachelle Lemieux1

F
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Père*Laurent Joseph Lemieux
Mère*Yvette Léger n. 15 décembre 1926, d. 2 mai 1991
Lien de parenté:Cousine au 6e degré de Gilles Pinet

Chronologie

Citations

  1. [S7445] Yvette M. C. Lemieux - obituary, Times & Transcript, Moncton, NB, May 3, 1991.
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Jeannita Gaudet1

F, n. 25 septembre 1927, d. 15 avril 2002
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  • Également: Jeanne Gaudet.2,3,4
  • Jeannita Gaudet a épousé Rodolphe Léger, fils de Delphis Léger et Clara Collette.2,3,4,1
  • Jeannita Gaudet est née 25 septembre 1927 à Sainte Marie, Kent, Nouveau Brunswick, Canada.1
  • Jeannita Gaudet est décédée le 15 avril 2002.2,1
  • Les funérailles ont eu lieu 19 avril 2002 à Notre Dame du Sacré Coeur, Notre Dame, Kent, Nouveau Brunswick, Canada.1
  • Jeannita Gaudet a été inhumée à Notre Dame du Sacré Coeur, Notre Dame, Kent, Nouveau Brunswick, Canada.1

Rodolphe Léger n. 7 octobre 1927, d. 19 décembre 2005

Chronologie

  • Mariage | Rodolphe Léger
    Naissance: 7 octobre 1927 | New York, New York, United States
    Décès: 19 décembre 2005 | Pro Tem Health Services, Moncton, Westmorland, Nouveau Brunswick, Canada
    Citations: 2,3,4,1
  • 1927
    Naissance
    25 septembre 1927 | Sainte Marie, Kent, Nouveau Brunswick, Canada
    Citation: 1
  • 2001~74
    Résidence | Rudy Léger
    2001 | Notre Dame, Kent, Nouveau Brunswick, Canada
    Citation: 4
  • 200274
    Décès
    15 avril 2002
    Citations: 2,1
  • 200274
    Résidence au décès
    15 avril 2002 | Notre Dame, Kent, Nouveau Brunswick, Canada
    Citation: 1
  • 2002
    Funérailles
    19 avril 2002 | Notre Dame du Sacré Coeur, Notre Dame, Kent, Nouveau Brunswick, Canada
    Citation: 1
  • Sépulture
    Notre Dame du Sacré Coeur, Notre Dame, Kent, Nouveau Brunswick, Canada
    Citation: 1

Citations

  1. [S6226] Jeannita Léger - obituary, Times & Transcript, Moncton, NB, April 18, 2002.
  2. [S2894] Rudolphe Legere - obituary, Times & Transcript, Moncton, NB, 2005-12-22, pg A6.
  3. [S1435] Alcide «Al» Gaudet - nécrologie, Acadie Nouvelle, Caraquet, NB, 27 juillet 2004, pg 28. voir aussi: Alcide "Al" Gaudet - obituary, Times & Transcript, Moncton, NB, July 27, 2004.
  4. [S4706] Ernest J. Gaudet - nécrologie, Acadie Nouvelle, Caraquet, NB, 2001-06-22. voir aussi: Ernest J. Gaudet - nécrologie, Acadie Nouvelle, 21 juin 2001, Caraquet, NB.
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Carolyn Blackhurst1

F
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Francis Legere n. vers 1934, d. 9 juin 2002

Citations

  1. [S4708] Harold "Francis" Legere - nécrologie, Chronicle Herald, Halifax NS, 2002-06-11.
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Lina Lirette1

F
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Enfants avec Gérard Léger n. 22 décembre 1904, d. 26 août 1976

Fille*Elizabeth Léger+
Fils*Gerard Joseph Léger+
Fils*Karl Legere+
Fille*Hester Léger

Chronologie

  • 1928
    Mariage | Gérard Léger
    23 septembre 1928 | Saint Mary's, Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
    Age 23
    Naissance: 22 décembre 1904
    Décès: 26 août 1976 | Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
    Citations: 2,1

Citations

  1. [S8094] Mrs. E. Lirette - obituary, Moncton Times, Moncton, NB, May 25, 1974, pg 3.
  2. [S92] Registre de la paroisse Saint Anselme, NB; Centre d'études acadiennes Anselme Chiasson.
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Jean Alphée Lirette1

M
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Chronologie

Citations

  1. [S2854] "Lena LIRETTE - Gerry LEGER (web)". inconnu site name, inconnu year, www.chocolate-river.co.... Accessed inconnu date.
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Euphémie Belliveau1

F
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Chronologie

Citations

  1. [S2854] "Lena LIRETTE - Gerry LEGER (web)". inconnu site name, inconnu year, www.chocolate-river.co.... Accessed inconnu date.
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Karl Legere1,2

M
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Père*Gérard Léger n. 22 décembre 1904, d. 26 août 1976
Mère*Lina Lirette
Lien de parenté:Cousin au 5e degré à 2 générations d'écart de Gilles Pinet

Chronologie

Citations

  1. [S2854] "Lena LIRETTE - Gerry LEGER (web)". inconnu site name, inconnu year, www.chocolate-river.co.... Accessed inconnu date.
  2. [S4516] G. A. Leger - nécrologie, Moncton Times, Moncton, NB, 1976-09-19, pg 2.
  3. [S2858] courriel "Re: father, gerard leger", Gilles Pinet (Dieppe, NB) à Karl Legere, 2007.01.19.
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Thomas Léger1,2,3,4

M, n. 28 avril 1889
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Père*Jude Léger n. novembre 1859, d. 10 octobre 1920
Mère*Osithe Leblanc d. 24 janvier 1906
Lien de parenté:Cousin au 4e degré à 2 générations d'écart de Gilles Pinet
  • Thomas Léger est né 28 avril 1889 à Nouveau Brunswick, Canada.1
  • Thomas Léger a épousé Annie Isabel Farquhar, fille de Thomas Farquhar et Theresa A Berwick, le 8 août 1917 à Knox Presbyterian Church, Montréal, Île de Montréal, Québec, Canada, (Témoins: Fred Cave & Amelia Legere.)2,3,4
  • Thomas Léger a épousé Patricia Veronneau, fille de Joseph Veronneau et Laura Michel, le 27 octobre 1934 à Saint Philippe de Windsor, Windsor Mills, Le-Val-Saint-François, Québec, Canada, (Témoins: Omer Michel & Arthur Payment.)2

Annie Isabel Farquhar d. avant 27 octobre 1934

Chronologie

  • 1889
    Naissance
    28 avril 1889 | Nouveau Brunswick, Canada
    Citation: 1
  • 191728
    8 août 1917 | Knox Presbyterian Church, Montréal, Île de Montréal, Québec, Canada
    Décès: avant 27 octobre 1934
    Thomas Léger a épousé Annie Isabel Farquhar, fille de Thomas Farquhar et Theresa A Berwick, le 8 août 1917 à Knox Presbyterian Church, Montréal, Île de Montréal, Québec, Canada, (Témoins: Fred Cave & Amelia Legere.)
    Citations: 2,3,4
  • 191728
    Résidence
    8 août 1917 | Montréal, Île de Montréal, Québec, Canada
    Citation: 3
  • 193445
    27 octobre 1934 | Saint Philippe de Windsor, Windsor Mills, Le-Val-Saint-François, Québec, Canada
    Thomas Léger a épousé Patricia Veronneau, fille de Joseph Veronneau et Laura Michel, le 27 octobre 1934 à Saint Philippe de Windsor, Windsor Mills, Le-Val-Saint-François, Québec, Canada, (Témoins: Omer Michel & Arthur Payment.)
    Citation: 2
  • 193445
    Résidence au mariage
    27 octobre 1934 | St-Charles, Montréal, Île de Montréal, Québec, Canada
    Citation: 2

Citations

  1. [S2855] "inconnu article title", Descendants of Jude LEGER, online email address. Previously published in hard copy (Amherst, NS: Rick legere, February 1, 2006). Hereinafter cited as Leger, Jude (Descendants of).
  2. [S18836] "Registres du Fonds Drouin (Saint Philippe de Windsor, Windsor Mills, Qc),” base de données et images, Généalogie Québec (www.genealogiequebec.c... : consulté le 2021-06-20), Thomas Léger;Patricia Véronneau (1934).
  3. [S18837] "Le LAFRANCE (Baptêmes, Mariages, Sépultures),” base de données et images, Généalogie Québec (www.genealogiequebec.c... : consulté le 2021-06-20), Thomas Leger;Annie Isabel Farquhar (1917).
  4. [S18838] "Registres du Fonds Drouin (Knox Presbyterian Church, Montreal, Qc),” base de données et images, Généalogie Québec (www.genealogiequebec.c... : consulté le 2021-06-20), Thomas Leger;Annie Isabel Farquhar (1917). Transcription: "On this eighth day of August one thousand nine hundred and seventeen were married by License both parties being of full age Thomas Leger a Bachelor, son of Jude Leger of Moncton New Brunswick and of Rose LeBlanc deceased to Annie Isabel Farquhar, spinster daughter of the late Thomas Farquhar of, Windsor Mills and of THeresa Burwick, both of the City and District of Montreal in the Province of Quebec by me.

    Witness: Fred Cave & Amelia Legere

    W. R. (?) Koharck officiating."
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