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1821 - 1896
Alexis LEONARD Sr [+7]
Daniel Amos LEONARD
1850 - 1928
Julia CONDON [+6]

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Cora Belle LEONARD
1877 - 1954

Victoria BARRON
1828 - 1878
Louis BARON aka Joseph Lupien [+6]
Teresa RAU [+7]
b. 1803
Nicolas DROUILLARD [+4]
1851/1852 - 1893
Mary Louisa MONTMENY [+6]
1810 - 1886
John Baptist LAPOINTE [+5]
Margaret COUSINEAU [+5]
Maximum ancestor generation: 10
Number of known descendents: 240


Family Info
Spouses and Children:

   Guillaume Knisley Parnier
       22 Oct 1895St Joseph Catholic Church Erie MI
    ♦ Hilda Pernia  [0]
    ♦ Curtis Pernia  [0]
    ♦ Pearl Ruth Pernia  [64]
    ♦ Gladys May Pernia aka Glad  [0]
    ♦ Raymond Daniel Pernia  [47]
    ♦ Arthur John Pernia  [16]
    ♦ Nicholas Lester Pernia  [29]
    ♦ Ethel Elizabeth Pernia  [42]
    ♦ William Sylvester Pernia aka Bill  [0]
    ♦ Thalia Irene Pernia  [14]
    ♦ Donald Irving Pernia  [17]
   Cora Belle Leonard
  • Born: 20 Jan 1877, LaSalle MI
  • Death: 7 Feb 1954, Cemetery Rd Erie MI
  • Buried: 11 Feb 1954, St Joseph Cemetery Ida MI

  • bullet    General Notes:

    Records of Cora were found in census, marriage and death records.

    Family lore is Cora and William's first born were twin sons. Date not known but caculated 1896, they were born alive. They lived only a short time and William buried them under an apple tree on the property on Dixie Hwy. No legal record of this.


    Mrs. Cora Pernia
    Of Monroe Dies
    In Daughter's Home

    Mrs Cora Pernia, 77 of 806 E. Fourth St., died Sunday in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Delbert Wood of Erie. She had been ill for two years and seriously ill for the last two months. She was with her daughter for the last month.

    Born Jan. 22, 1877, in LaSalle Township, she was the daughter of Daniel and Margaret Drouillard Leonard. She was married to William Pernia in 1895 in St. Joseph Catholic Church at Erie. The Rev. Emil Wolfstyne performed the ceremony. Mr. Pernia died Feb. 13, 1936. Two children died in infancy.

    She is survived by five sons, William of Monroe, Arthur of Toledo, Raymond of LaSalle, Nicholas of Livonia and Donald of Dayton; four daughters, Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Clarence Segur of Toledo, Mrs. Wilson Timmons of Detorit and Mrs. Ethel Poupard of Monroe; three brothers, George and Clifford Leonard of Toledo and Nicholas of Abilene, Tex; 28 grandchildren, and nine great grandchildren.

    Services will be at 9 a.m. Thursday in Allore & Holcomb funeral home at 9:30 in St. Joseph Catholic Church, Monroe. Burial will be in St. Joseph Cemetery Ida. Rosary will be recited at 8 each night in the funeral home.

    Date of last change: 29 Jun 2005 14:46:44

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