Leger may refer to:

  • Fernand Léger, French artist and filmmaker
  • Nicole Léger, Canadian politician
  • Dick Leger, Square Dance Caller
  • Jules Léger, (1913 – 1980) Governor General of Canada from 14 January 1974 to 22 January 1979.
  • Saint Leger, or Leodegar
  • Leger or ledger, a stationary form of tackle and bait in angling
  • Ledger line or leger line, a tool of musical notation
  • Sébastien Léger, French DJ

Other articles related to "leger":

Siege Of Fort Stanwix - Forces Assemble
... Leger, who was brevetted a brigadier general for the expedition, assembled a diverse force consisting of British regulars from the 8th and 34th Regiments, a number of artillerymen, 80 jäger from Hesse-Hanau ... Leger first learned that the Americans had occupied Stanwix in force when prisoners captured from its garrison were brought to him on the St ... Leger to go to Oswego, where a body of Indians could be recruited ...
Leger, Edmonton - Surrounding Neighbourhoods
... Falconer Heights, Henderson Estates Carter Crest Ogilvie Ridge Haddow Hodgson Leger Haddow Terwillegar Towne Magrath Heights Area ...
Deutsches St. Leger
... Leger is a Group 3 flat horse race in Germany open to thoroughbreds aged three years or older ... Leger Stakes, a famous race in England ...
Siege Of Fort Stanwix - Siege Begins
... Leger tried to intimidate the fort's occupants by parading his troops—including the Indians in their war dress—in front of the fort ... Leger then began siege operations, encamping the regulars and artillery on a low rise north of the fort, and most of the Indians and Loyalists to its south, with a picket line of Indian encampments along the ... Leger's artillery was held up by a tactic that was also used to slow down Burgoyne's army after the fall of Ticonderoga ...
Siege Of Fort Stanwix - Aftermath
... Leger's departure ... Leger, whose column was also being taunted and harassed by his formerly supportive Indian allies ... Leger's boats were departing ...