The Richelieu Leger Family Association, Inc.

Leger related items for sale at Reunion         (or for shipping)

 

 

Le Gardien

(The Gardian)

           $25.00     (Currently out of print)

 (When addiational issues are printed, price may increase to reflect current cost of Ink and Paper)

The history of the Richelieu Leger Family

 Contains the story of the Leger Family from France, to Acadie, then to Louisiana.

Written  episodically by our Historian Ranson Lege, it became a 250 page history

 including information from 1630 to after the Civil War in America.

Included are multiple official documents both in French and English.

Interesting documents included are the Manifest of the ship that brought the “Widow Leger“, 

Angelique and two sons, Louis and Jean Baptiste to Louisiana. Description of rations are especially riveting!

Also Probate records for oldest Son, Michel and his wife, reveal what their life would have been like.

 

Leger Cookbook       

 Sprial bound, plastic covered collection of Leger family recipes          $ 12.00    or

(Plus $ 5 for shipping

Call Sue Neveaux

337-893-6877 or email to

sueneveaux@yahoo.com)

 

 

Leger T-Shirts    

Small             $  15.00

Med               $  15.00

Large              $  17.00

X Large          $  17.00

XX Large        $ 18.00

XXX Large     $ 18.00

XXXX Large   $ 20.00

OR      (Plus $ 7.50 for shipping

             Call Sue Neveaux

             337-893-6877 or email to

             sueneveaux@yahoo.com)

 

Leger Ancestors in Louisiana

       $  12.00    Only two left in stock.

(Plus cost if shipping

Call Lou Leger for shipping

985-892-6029 or email to laleger@att.net)

 (When addiational issues are printed, price may increase to reflect current cost of Ink and Paper)

 

 *** Available at 2019 Reunion:  (Additions & Updates thru year 1920        $ 4.00

Ancestors in Louisiana contains the Genealogy of our ancestors who

propagated the Leger name in Louisiana.

Pulled from the information that we hold in our Association Database from

1630 thru 1920.   This includes Leger males and their children, displayed in three

pedigree charts. One for each of the three Leger brothers that settled in Louisiana;

Michel Prosper, Louis, and Jean Baptiste

Following the charts, are Family reports for each child bearing the Leger Name.

(Due to space restriction,  Males were omitted if they died before being of child

bearing age)

This information is what the Association has been given by its membership.

It is definitely not complete. Hopefully more information will continue to be accumulated.