- Born: 11 Aug 1876, Queen Street, Toronto, Ontario
- Marriage: John Julius Wesley Fleury on 2 Apr 1903 in 450 Pape Avenue, Toronto, Ontario
- Died: 26 Jun 1937, Chinguacousy Township, Peel Region, Ontario aged 60
- Buried: 28 Jun 1937, Brampton Cemetery, Brampton, Ontario
Cause of her death was Lung Cancer.
William Harris gave Nellie and J.W. Fleury a hundred acre farm in Brampton as a wedding present. It was a horse farm - named Walnut Park.
Walnut Park was sold in 1956 following J.W. Fleury's death.
Walnut Park was located within Chinguacousy Township. It is a former municipality and geographic township in Peel County, Ontario. In 1973, when Peel County became the Regional Municipality of Peel, it was split in half, with the northern half becoming part of the town of Caledon, and the southern half, along with the township of Toronto Gore, joining the town of Brampton.
Several historical villages were once located within Chinguacousy Township, including Churchville. However, only small remnants like churches and cemeteries, of these former villages exist. Churchville remains as a hamlet, maintaining its identity as a historic community due to historic structures, its proximity to a river, and "Churchville Road," while the rest seem to have been subsumed by suburban developments.
The name lives on in Brampton in Chinguacousy Park, Chinguacousy Road, the Chinguacousy Concert Band, and Chinguacousy Secondary School, among other things.
Myocarditis & Thyroid Cancer manifested initially.
Nellie married John Julius Wesley Fleury, son of William Fleury and Salina Breuls, on 2 Apr 1903 in 450 Pape Avenue, Toronto, Ontario. (John Julius Wesley Fleury was born on 14 Apr 1877 in Whitchurch, Stouffville, York County, died on 31 Oct 1956 in Brampton, Peel Region, Ontario and was buried on 2 Nov 1956 in Brampton Cemetery, Brampton, Ontario.)