Moncton Daily Times Moncton, NB
Saturday, February 28th, 1948 pg 2
Mrs. Lucien Belliveau Dies Here -
The many friends and relatives of Mrs. Lucien (Domethilde) Belliveau will regret to learn of her sudden death in the Hotel Dieu hospital here yesterday afternoon after an illness of one month. A native of Boudreau Village, Westmorland county, she was 69 years of age. Born in Boudreau Village November 1, 1879, the deceased was a daughter of the late Andrew and Katherine Bourgeois and had operated a general store in that county village for the past 40 years. The deceased was a member of the ladies of St. Anne society, and a devout member of the Roman Catholic Church, having been a staunch supporter of the St. Thomas Church, St. Joseph, N.B. Mrs. Belliveau is survived by one son, Andrew, Boudreau Village; four daughters, Mrs. Harvey (Agathe) LeBlanc, Memramcook, Mrs. Vital (Anna) Cormier, Moncton; Mrs. Fred P. (Louise) LeBlanc, College Bridge; Mrs. Fred M. (Ella) LeBlanc, Boudreau Village; four brothers, Henry Bourgeois, Thompsonville, Conn.; Gregorie, Thompsonville, Conn.; Simon, Boudreau Village; Philicien, Windsor, Ont.; two sisters, Mrs. Albany Leger, Lewisville, N.B.; Mrs. George Leger, Dieppe, N.B.; Her husband predeceased her 36 years ago. The body is resting at her home in Boudreau Village. Funeral services will be held from St. Thomas Roman Catholic Church, St. Joseph, N.B., Monday morning at 9.00 a.m.