Moncton Times Moncton, NB
Thursday, February 9, 1978 pg 3
N. Vautour Shediac (Special) -
The death of Napoleon Vautour of Villa de la Providence, and formally of Shediac and Amherst, N.S. occurred Tuesday at the Shediac home after a lengthy illness. He was 93. Born at Cape Pele, he was a son of the late Donat and Emelienne (Cormier) Vautour. He had been a fisherman and worked as an employee at an area fish plant. He was a member of the Cap Pele Roman Catholic church. His wife, the former Leonie Leger, died last year. He is survived by three daughters, Mrs Bazil Cormier(Melende) and Mrs Camillr V. Comier (Delvina), both of Cap Pele. and Mrs camille Bourque (Aldea) of Amherst; three sons, Henry od St Anselme, Gerald of Cap Pele and Aime Vautour of Amherst; three sisters, Mrs Sarah Leger, Mrs Albenie Caissie (Laudia) and Mrs Frank Richard (Yvonne), all of Fitchburg, Mass.; two brothers, Edmond of Florida and Amedee Vautour of Moncton, 47 grandchildren several great grandchildren, great great granchildren. The body is reating at Frenette's Funeral Home, Shediac. Mass will be celebrated Friday at the Cap Pele Roman Catholic church at the time to be announced, interment will be held in the parish cemetery in the spring.
The Moncton Times Moncton, NB
10 Feb 1978 Friday Page 3
Funeral Today -
The funeral mass for Napoleon Vautour of Villa de la Providence, Shediac, and formerlay of Shediac and Amherst, N.S., whose death occurred Tuesday after a lengthy illness, will be celebrated today at 11 a.m. in the Cap Pele Roman Catholic Church.