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F, n. 1870-06-09
- Père*: Anicet Léger1,2,3 n. 1843-12-18, d. 1872-02-04
- Mère*: Philomène Bourque1,2,3,4,5 d. 1920-11-02
- Relationship | lien de parenté: Petite-fille à la 7e génération de Jacques Léger dit Larosette
Les enfants de Céline Léger et Marc Boudreau:
- [S10] Sackville, NB, Paroisse Saint-Vincent-Ferrier; microfilm: F1909 , microfilmé en mai 1978; Centre d'études acadiennes Anselme Chiasson.
- [S11] Registre de la paroisse Saint Henri, Barachois, NB; microfilm: CEA F1889 et C1889A , microfilmé par P. Landry, microfilmé en mai 1977; Centre d'études acadiennes Anselme Chiasson.
- [S13275] Recensement du Canada - 1871, Ménage de Anicet Leger, Microfilm: C-10393, NB, E2 (Shediac), 186 (Westmorland), page 31, ligne 11-15, ménage 91, Bibliothèques et Archives Canada (http://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/census/1871/Pages/item.aspx), Anicet (27a), Philomen (26a), Alphée (3a), Celine (1a), Perpetue Burck (26a).
- [S13276] Recensement du Canada - 1881, Ménage de John Allen, Microfilm: C-13183, NB, B1 (Sackville), 33 (Westmorland), page 84, ligne 6-13, ménage 330, Bibliothèques et Archives Canada (http://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/census/1881/Pages/item.aspx), John Allen (40a), Phibe (37a), Alfred (!4a), Cesly (12a), Janie (5a), Ada (3a), Cesly Burk (24a), Samuel Malanson (27a).
- [S13277] Recensement du Canada - 1891, Ménage de John Allen, Microfilm: T-6311, NB, A (Town of Amherst), 30 (Cumberland), page 64, ligne 16-21, ménage 293, Bibliothèques et Archives Canada (http://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/census/1891/Pages/item.aspx), John Allen (Head 49a), Philoman (Wife 47a), Alfred (Son 24a), Celia (Daughter 22a), Jane (Daughter 14a), Ada (Daughter 13a).
- [S4058] Felicien H. Boudreau - obituary, Moncton Daily Times, Moncton, NB, January 18 1933, pg 7;Moncton Daily Times Moncton, NB
Wednesday, January 18th, 1933 pg 7
Felicien H. Boudreau -
The death of Mr. Felicien H. Boudreau occurred suddenly at the Hotel Dieu Hospital here yesterday afternoon when improvement in his illness seemed manifest. He passed away quietly of a heart attack, unexpected by his family and friends. An upholsterer employed by Canadian National Railways for many years, the seriousness of his condition became known in December last when he was advised to take rest and up to yesterday morning hope was entertained for his complete recovery, but later in the day a sudden change for the worse developed and he never rallied.The late Mr. Boudreau was a native of Memramcook, being a son of Hilaire and Crecuce (Bourque) Boudreau, both deceased. He was born on April 10th, 1871, and was thus in his 62nd year. He had made his home in Moncton for many years and was a highly respected citizen, while in his capacity with C.N.R. he was regarded as a most efficient and faithful employee and was much esteemed by all his associates. his passing will be deeply appreciated. The deceased leaves to mourn their loss, his wife and eight children, six daughters and two sons. The daughters are Mrs. Edgar Saulnier, Lewisville; Lillian, Emerice and Norma, at home; Edna at the J.H. Dunn hospital, Bathurst, and Mrs. Leonard Forest, Moncton. The sons are Edward, married and residing in Moncton, and Rudolph, at Home. Four brothers and three sisters also survive. They are Marc, of St. Joseph; Frank, of Memramcook; Camille H. and Alphee, both of Moncton; Mrs. Honore Leger, Memramcook West; Mrs. Ernest Leger and Miss Melinda Boudreau, both of Memramcook. Rev. Father Raymond Boudreau, curate of L'Assomption parish, this city, is a nephew. The body is resting at the family residence, 42 Waterloo Street, from where the funeral will be held on Thursday morning to L'Assomption Church for solemn high mass of requiem after which interment will be made in Shediac Road cemetery.