Moncton Times Moncton, NB
Saturday, December 16th, 1972 pg 2
A. F. LeBlanc
The death of Alphe F. LeBlanc, Little Cape, coccurred Friday at St. Joseph Hospital in Shediac following a lengthy illness. He was 86.
Born in Cap Pele, he was the son of the late Fardinand and Genevieve (LeBlanc) LeBlanc and attended the Cap Pele Roman Catholic Church. He was a retired fisherman.
His wife, the former Adele Landry, died in 1934.
He is survived by seven daughters, Mrs. Willie Avery (Marguerite) and Mrs. Achille Boudreau (Maria), both of Little Cape, Mrs. Imelda Brown of Summerville, Mass., Mrs. Eugene Leger (Loretta) of St. Joseph, Mrs. Alderic LeBlanc (Geneva), Dorchester, Mrs. George Ouellette (May) of Brownsbury, Que., and Mrs. Ronald Brisson (Dorice) of Brownsbury, Que.; six sons, Albert LeBlanc, with whom he was residing in Little Cape, Adelard, Aristide, Alonzo, Romeo, all of Cap Pele, and Alexandre of Kitchener, Ont.; one sister, Mrs. Leonie Gaudet of Shediac; one brother, edmund of Robichaud Office and by 70 grandchildren and 77 great grandchildren.
The body is resting at Frenette's funeral home, Shediac. The funeral mass will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Monday at Cap Pele Roman Catholic Church with entombment in the parish cemeter vault to await interment in the spring.