LeBlanc family of East Pubnico fonds

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LeBlanc family of East Pubnico fonds

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6 cm of textual records

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André LeBlanc was born in Middle East Pubnico, Nova Scotia on June 12, 1823. On May 1st, 1855, André married Marie Anne Pothier, who was born in Ste. Anne du Ruisseau in 1832. They had 12 children. Their third son Louis Léander, who was born on June 23, 1861, married Rose Magdeleine Amirault on January 16, 1899. Louis Léander, who was also known as Sny, and his family lived with his parents and the house was intended to be passed on to him. Louis Léander and Rose had five children. On Rose's death in 1967, the property was passed on to her son, Louis J. (Louis Sny) LeBlanc. None of the five children ever married. André LeBlanc's son Rudolph, also has records in this fonds along with Evelyn Esther LeBlanc, daughter of Rose and Louis Leander.

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Verna and Leroy LeBlanc had bought the house of Louis J. LeBlanc and Verna LeBlanc donated the records to the Research Center in August of 2010.

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Fonds consists of Fonds consist of 8 series: A) Andre (Andrew) LeBlanc B) Correspondence C) Receipts D) Evelyn E. LeBlanc E) Louis Leander LeBlanc F) Rose Magdeleine LeBlanc G) Rudolph LeBlanc H) Souvenirs

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Fairly good condition with signs of foxing.

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Records are mainly in English and some are French.

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LeBlanc, Andre (Andrew) 1823-1925; LeBlanc, Rudolph 1859-1933; LeBlanc, Louis Leander 1861-1907; LeBlanc, Rose Magdeleine 1878-1967; LeBlanc, Evelyn Esther 1903-1984

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