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The older children had chores like hauling snow and water, chopping wood, feeding animals and milking cows which left not much time to play.
Louis was not one for a lot of attention and just led a simple life.
He was third youngest in a family of nine children. He worked for George Hopkins’ sawmill in the winter months north of Grouard.
Because of an illness in the family and the loss of his parents, Louis ended up having to live with his brother George. After leaving the convent, Louis, as a teenager, ventured out to many places to work as a labourer wherever he could. In the summer months, he worked hard at the planer mill to earn lumber which he moved to Peavine to build his home.
He eventually met Mable, a beautiful and wonderful lady and for many years she helped him raise his youngest children.
Inier Cardinal Eulogist Charles Joseph Walter Mc Leod was born on Jan. In his young life, Charles lost his beloved mother, Nora, in 1929.
Charles was born in Grouard to John Jack Mc Leod and Nora Mc Dermott. He liked to say he looked like a wee doll, thus his lifelong name Weedal as many called him.
However, he was a huge avid NHL hockey and North Peace Hockey League High Prairie Regals and Lakeland Eagles fan.
We all know that he also loved reading his newspapers and journals.