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M, n. 1870-01-10, d. 1942-__-__
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Les enfants de William Cormier et Delphine Léger:
- [S15] Registre de la paroisse Saint-Charles Borromée d'Amherst, NE , microfilmé par R. LeBlanc, microfilmé en août 2000; Centre d'études acadiennes Anselme Chiasson.
- [S663] William P. Cormier & Delphine Léger - tombstone, cimetière St Charles Nativity, Amherst, NS, photographié par Rick Legere le 2004-05-31.
- [S332] Courriel "Fwd: Family tree - Maximin Jean Légère", Paul Richard à Gilles Pinet, July 13, 2004.
- [S2868] Delphine Cormier - obituary, Amherst Daily News, Amherst, NS, May 16, 1947, pg 4;Amherst Daily News (1914-1955) Amherst, NS
Friday, May 16th, 1947 pg 4
Mrs. Delphine Cormier
The death of Mrs. Marie Delphine Cormier, who had been a resident of Amherst for over sixty years, occurred this morning at her home Chignecto Street, Although the deceased had been an invalid for seven years, she had only been seriously ill for the past week. Her keen mind and pleasant disposition was the delight of her family and friends. She kept in touch with local and world events and was a good conversationalist. She was the last member of a large family, daughter of the late Madeline and Maximin Legere of Memramcook, and was a devote member of the St. Charles R.C. Church. She was 85 years of age. The late Mrs. Cormier is survived by four sons, Capt. Nelson of Halifax; Frank in Amherst; Andy of Norwood, Mass., and Willis at home; also five grandchildren. Her husband William Cormier, predeceased her five years ago. The remains are resting at the home of her son, Frank Cormier, 97 Church Street. The funeral, with Requiem High Mass will be held from St Charles R.C. Church Monday morning at 9 o'clock.
- [S3920] Henry M Leger - obituary, Moncton Daily Times, Moncton, NB, May 7 1934, pg 7;Moncton Daily Times Moncton, NB
Monday, May 7th, 1934 pg 7
The many friends of Henry M. Leger will regret to learn of his death, which occurred quite unexpectedly at his home in Humphreys early yesterday morning. Mr. Legere had not been in good health for several days and on Saturday afternoon took a turn for the worse. Even then hope was held for his recovery but he gradually sank until his death which occurred Sunday morning at three o'clock. Highly esteemed and respected by a wide circle of friends, the news of his passing will be received with deep regret. The late Mr. Legere was 78 years of age and had lived practically his entire life in Humphreys where he was an active figure in community welfare work and especially in church circles. Born in Memramcook, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Maximin Legere, the deceased removed to Humphreys when a young man and entered the employ of L. B. Lockhart & Sons, Limited, as a member of the sawmill staff. He remained with the firm throughout the years until ill health forced him to retire about six years ago. He was a loyal and faithful employee and was held in high esteem by his associated and his superior officers. Mr. Legere was very prominent in church circles of the community in which he lived. He was one of the founders of St. Louis de France Church, was an active worker, prominent in all the societies of the chuch and at different times held all the high offices of the L'Assomption and Artisan societies. He will be greatly missed in the various societies of the parish and his death leaves a void that will indeed be difficult to fill. The late Mr. Legere is survived by two sons and one daughter. The sons are Peter G. Legere, of Milford, Mass., and Charles S. Legere, at home, and the daughter is Mary Legere, also at home. Two brothers, Joseph Legere, of Memramcook, and Thadee Legere, of Lewisville, and one sister, Mrs. William Cormier, of Amherst, N. S., also survive. His wife predeceased him by eight years. The funeral will take place Tuesday morning with service in St. Louis de France Church at 9 o'clock. Interment will be made in the Roman Catholic cemetery, Shediac Road.
- [S4201] Thaddie M. Leger - obituary, Moncton Daily Times, Moncton, NB, June 12 1936, pg 9;Moncton Daily Times Moncton, NB
Friday, June 12th, 1936 pg 9
Thaddie M. Leger -
The death of Thaddie M. Leger, age 82, of Lewisville, occurred yesterday morning in the Hotel Dieu following a brief illness. Mr. Leger who was a carpenter by trade, was taken ill last Saturday and removed to the hospital on Tuesday. Ten years ago he moved to Lewisville from Amherst, N.S. He leaves to mourn his widow, one daughter Anna, and two sons, Frank, at home, and Patrick, of Berkley, California. Eight grandchildren and two great grandchildren, and one sister, Mrs. W. P. Cormier, of Amherst, also survive. The furneral will take place Saturday.