Daily Times Moncton, NB
Wednesday, October 20th, 1920 pg 7
Alphee P. Bourque -
The death took place Tuesday morning suddenly in Lewisville of Mr. Alphee P. Bourque, death occurring about 8:30 o'clock. Mr. Bourque had not been feeling well for the past two weeks, but kept around as usual, and yesterday morning arose from bed, dressed and was conversing and joking with his family when he suddenly took an ill turn and died shortly afterwards, the cause of death being heart trouble brought on by acute indigestion. Deceased had been an employee of the C.N.R. for the past twenty years and was the last son of a family of thirteen children, one sister, Mrs. George Bourque of Lakeburn, N.B., surviving. The imediate relatives surviving are: Deceased widow, three sons and seven daughters. The sons are: Tilman, of the Insurance and Provident Fund Office, C.N.R.; Ernest, of The Frieght Dept., C.N.R. here, and Arthur, residing at home. The daughters are Mrs. Edmund Richard, Lewisville; Mrs. Geo. Carrol, Sunny Brea, and the Misses Elizabeth, Mary, Edmey, Lena, and Zelia, residing at home. The deceased was well and very favorably known by the railway men on this devision. His genial manner won for him a number of admiring friends and his sudden demise will be sincerely regretted.