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Located 5.12 km E of Légerville on the road to Sweeneyville: Saint-Paul Parish, Kent County: David Cormier, Aimé Cormier, Mélace Cormier, Oliver Cormier, Simon Cormier, Wilfred Cormier, Charles Cormier, Max Cormier, Henry Cormier and Philip Cormier were early settlers here: in 1866 Village-des-Cormier was a farming settlement with approximately 30 resident families: included the community of Hébert which was probably named for John Hébert, the first parish priest in Saint-Paul in 1883: PO 1902-1955: in 1904 Hébert had 1 post office and a population of 60.

Latitude : 46° 18'

Longitude : 64° 56'

County : Kent

Parish : Saint-Paul

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CommunityDistance (Kilometers)Bearing
McLaughlan Road 3.84 90° E
Gladeside 3.84 90° E
Sweeneyville 4.51 325° NW
* Distances and bearings were calculated by using the latitude and longitude of the community.