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Funeral Notice LADD - At Camden, N.Y., Wednesday,
Sept. 8, 1886, Shuvael LADD, aged 87 years.
Sarah J. Moss
Rome Sentinel-November 18, 1922
Camden - Nov. 18 - Mrs. Sarah J. Lahah
died at the family home south of this village yesterday. She had
been in feeble health for some time. Mrs. Lahah was born in Burlington,
Vt., December 28, 1843, and was a daughter of Alexander and Harriet Weal
Moss. She was the widow of Francis Lahah, to whom she was married
August 28, 1863. He was a veteran of the Civil War and died in this
village in January, 1918. They Lived at Long Lake, Craig and Boonville,and
for the past nineteen years the family had lived in Camden. She is
survived by three sons, Louis and Henry of Camden, and William of
Boonville. There also survives twenty-two
grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. The funeral will be
attended at the home at one o'clock Sunday afternoon. Rev. N. A.
Darling will officiate and burial will be made in Forest Park Cemetery.
Mrs. Lahah was a member of the Methodist Church in Boonville.
Rome Sentinel-January 13, 1919
Camden - Jan. 13 - The death of Francis
Lahah occurred at his home in Cemetery Street about 1 o'clock yesterday
afternoon. Mr. Lahah had been in feeble health for a long time, suffering
from troubles incident to advancing age. He was born in Canada, March
8, 1839, and came to Camden about 14 years ago. Previous to coming
here he had lived at Long Lake, in Lewis County, and Boonville.
August 28, 1864, he was married to Miss Sarah Moss. He was a veteran
of the civil war and a member of J. Parsons Stone Post of this village.
He is survived by his wife and three sons, Lewis, who lives at home,
William of Boonville and Henry Of Canastota.
This is the third death in the Lahah family in only a few weeks.
Mr. Lahah lost a son, Edward, and a grandson, Henry, both victims of influenza,
and while the son from Canastota was here attending the funeral of his
brother, he was called home on account of the illness of his wife, who
Henry L. Lahah
Rome Sentinel-December 23, 1918
Henry L. Lahah, aged 20, was ill only 1 week
Another victim of influenza and pneumonia - wife very sick at time of his
death. The circumstances surrounding the death of Henry L.Lahah are
exceedingly sad. A week ago last Friday Mr. & Mrs. Lahah, who
were then a happy young couple and both employed in this village, were
stricken with influenza. Mrs. Lahah was removed to the home of her
parents, Mr. & Mrs. W. W. Miller on Washington Street and Mr. Lahah
was taken to the home of his grandparents, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Lahah on
Cemetery St. In his case pneumonia developed and he expired Monday
morning at 10:42. His wife was still very sick when she received
the news of his death. Henry L. Lahah was born in Boonville 20 years
ago the 2nd of last May. His mother died when he was four years old.
His father, the late Geo. Lahah died of pneumonia during the first run
of the influenza epidemic. And since then Mrs. Henry Lahah of Canastota
passed away, the present visitation of death making the third time the
Lahah family has been bereaved in two months time. Deceased had resided
in Camden for the past 13 years and had many friends who will miss him.
His marriage with Miss Miller took place 3 years ago. Besides his
wife and grandparents he leaves two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Ballis of Far
Rockaway LI and Mrs. Mary Stabb of Oneida. Funeral will be held from
the Lahah residence on Cemetery Street at 10 tomorrow and body will be
taken to Boonville for burial in the family plot. Second Clipping:
additional notes: After the services by request of the young wife
of Mr. Lahah, who is ill at the home of her parents, Mr. & Mrs. W.W.
Miller on Washington Street, the remains were taken there that she might
view them. unable to leave the bed she was lifted up so she could
behold, for the last time, the form of the loved one. It was a pathetic
moment. The remains were taken on the noon train to Boonville for
The Late Abram
Lane: Probably the Oldest Person in the Town of Westmoreland.
Lowell, Dec. 28--Abram Lane, who died on
Wednesday night at eleven o'clock at his home two miles east of Lowell,
was born at Stone Arabia, Montgomery County, Dec. 24, 1811. Bound out at
the age of three until twenty-one, he saw many hardships, as his home was
with one where liquor was as free as water. Mr. Lane was strictly a temperance
man and never was seen under the influence of liquor. He always was cheerful,
with a pleasant word for everybody. January 6, 1835, he married Sarah Stevenson
at Saratoga, she being a daughter of a revolutionary soldier. Mrs. Lane
preceded her husband to the better land about fifteen years ago. Mr. Lane
moved from Port Jackson in 1850 by canal boat and settled at Hatch's Corners.
He lived a number of years on the farm where Harry Noble now lives and
from there he moved to Jordan, staying there two years. He sold his home
there and came back to Rome, locating where James Bailey now lives and
moving from there to Lowell in 1871. He leaves four children, Miss Anna
Lane, Mrs. J.W. Robson and Peter Lane of Lowell and Mrs. Elizabeth Temple
of Rome; also seven grandchildren and four great grandchildren. One granddaughter
and two great grandsons live in Virginia. So far as known Mr. Lane was
the oldest person in the town of Westmoreland. The funeral will be held
from the home of his son-in-law, J.W. Robson, on Saturday at 1 p.m.
Note: Taken from family scrapbook. Dec. 26,
1906 is added in pen. Clipping was probably from the Rome Sentinel.
The Lakeside Press**Cleveland, NY
Friday Feb. 29, 1924
David Lockerby dies suddenly--
Had been in failing health for some time--
Again we are called upon to
chronicle the passing on of another of our older citizens.
Our community was saddened Saturday
afternoon when it became known that David Lockerby had answered the last
summons. The deceased had been in failing health for several years,
and although confined to the house for several weeks past, was not obliged
to keep to his bed. His ailment had reached a stage seemingly
beyond endurance and Saturday morning while en route to a Syracuse hospital,
he passed away in the Central Square depot. The remains were
removed to the undertaking rooms in that village and were brought to his
home here Sunday morning, where funeral services conducted by Rev. L.L.
Davy of Fish Creek, were held Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Oneida
Lake Lodge No. 541, of which the deceased was a member, participated in
the services. The remains were placed in the vault of the village
cemetery and internment will be made in Lakeview cemetery in the Spring.
Mr. Lockerby was born in what is known as the Lockerby district in the
town of Vienna July 16, 1852, being one of eight children of the late Mr.
and Mrs. David Lockerby, formerly well known residents of that vicinity.
On December 31, 1878, he was united in marriage to Maria Elizabeth Lockeridge
of Ontario, Canada, who survives him, together with three sons, Harry and
Willis of this village, and Edward of Clockville: also one sister, Mrs.
Janette Cole of Tonawanda. Mr. Lockerby was a kind father,
a good neighbor and an obliging citizen. He will be greatly missed
by those who knew him best. Those who attended the funeral
from out of town were Peter Kirk and Herbert Saxton of Rome, Carl Drew
of Oneida, Edward Lockerby and family of Clockville, George Knight of Camden,
Mr. and Mrs. John Manchester and Glen Kirk of Jewell and Miss Mildred Austen
of Kirkville. To our fiends and neighbors who have so kindly
and thoughtfully served us during the illness and death of our dear husband
and father, we desire to hereby express our appreciation.
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Mrs. George M. Lorraine Jr., 34, 52 Arlington
Terrace, died unexpectedly Sept. 8, 1945, in St. Elizabeth Hospital from
She had been at the hospital for two
weeks and her condition considered improved.
Edith A. Palmisano was born in Utica, May
30, 1911, daughter of the late Peter and Rose Castellano Palmisano.
She was married Nov. 30, 1941 in the Memorial Church of the Holy Cross
where she was a member.
For the past two years she worked in the
inspection department at the Rome Army Air Field. She has recently given
up her position there.
Besides her husband, she is survived by one
daughter, Marlene Mary; two sisters, Mrs. Peter Centolella and Mrs. Rose
Fanelli; a brother, Frank Palmisano, all of Utica and several nieces and
The funeral will be at 10:15 am Wednesday
from her late home and at 11 from the church of the Holy Cross. Burial
will be in Forest Hill Cemetery.
Carol Michaud firstname.lastname@example.org
F. Lorraine, 82, a resident of the Heritage Home, Utica, and formerly
of North Utica, passed away on Friday, November 22, 1996, at the nursing
Charles was born in Utica, NY on April 6,
1914, son of Frank and Ella (Mandeville) Lorraine. He was raised and educated
locally and on December 15, 1944, married Nathalee Marriott in South Congregational
Church in Utica. He served in the Army Air Corps during WWII. Charles worked
for the NY Central Railroad, retiring after 33 years of service. He was
a charter member of Christ Community Reformed Church, served on Consistory
and sang in the choir for many years. He was also a long time member of
Valley Voices for Christ.
Mr. Lorraine is survived by his wife, Nathalee,
who resides at the Heritage Home; <private>.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend
Mr. Lorraine’s closed casket funeral service on Monday morning, November
25, 1996, at 10:00 am at Christ Community Reformed Church, 1414 Herkimer
Rd., North Utica. The interment will take place in Forest Hill Cemetery
in Utica. There are no calling hours. In lieu of flowers, please consider
donations to Christ Community Church memorial Fund.
Arrangements are under the direction of the
Heintz Funeral Service, Inc., North Utica.
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V. Lorraine, 77 of the Heritage Home, formerly of North Utica,
passed away Friday, January 17, 1997 at the home.
She was born in Lorraine, NY, June 1, 1919,
the daughter of Fred B. and Alice Bannister Marriott. On December
15, 1944, at the South Congregational Church in Utica, Nathalee married
Charles F. Lorraine. He passed away on November 22, 1996. Until her retirement
in 1979, Nathalee was employed as a medical secretary for several local
physicians. The was a charter member of Christ Community Church, Utica,
and it’s Women’s Guild.
Nathalee is survived by <private>.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend
Mrs. Lorraine’s closed casket funeral service on Monday, January 20, 1997,
at 11:00 at Christ Community Church, 1414 Herkimer Rd., Utica, NY. Interment
will take place in Forest Hill Cemetery, Utica. There are no calling hours.
In lieu of flowers, please consider donations to Christ Community Church
or the Utica Rescue Mission.
The family would like to thank the staff
of the Heritage Home for all the loving care they gave Nathalee.
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Rome Sentinel-December 15, 1922
Lee - Samuel Adelbert Louer, aged 62 years
and a life-long resident of the town of Lee, died on Thursday afternoon
at his home near the Fish Creek dam where he had resided for the past seven
years. He had been in poor health for the past four years.
Mr. Louer was a farmer and had spent the greater part of his life in this
occupation. He was a member of the Methodist Church of Taberg and
was well known in that vicinity. Surviving are his wife, two sons, Harrison
and Harold, at home, one daughter, Mrs. Gaylord Sweatman of Churchville,
and one sister, Mrs. Cornelius Jones of Rome.
This obiturary appeared in a Utica newspaper
(Utica Observer-Dispatch, I believe) in 1917:
"SOLDIER'S WIFE DEAD"
Mrs. Henry LOZON (nee: DURHAM) passed from
life at Clayville, Town of Paris.
Sincere grief came to many with the news
of the passing of Mrs. Henry M. Lozon, which occurred recently at the home
of her sister, Bertha A. Durham BIRD, of Clayville. A sad feature is the
fact that her husband is in the National Army and is located at Camp Dix.
The sympathy of the entire community is extended to him. Mrs. Lozon was
born in Bridgewater, March 26, 1881, her maiden name being Theresa Elizabeth
DURHAM. When she was 17 years old the family moved to Waterville, where
she resided for many years. She married Mr. Lozon at Clayville, November
26, 1916, and has since made her home in that village. She was a member
of St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, of that place, and of the Rosary Society
connected with that church. Her happy spirit and gracious womanhood had
won for her many friends and her death brought sincere grief to many who
knew and loved her. Besides her husband she is survived by an infant daughter,
Emma Agnes; her mother, Mrs. Celina Cowles Durham, of Clayville; five sisters,
Mrs. Alvin Smith of Frankfort; Mrs. David McCartney and Mrs. William Bennett
of Waterville; Mrs. George Stetson of Stockwell; and Mrs. Melvin Bird of
Clayville; and a brother, William Durham. (end copy)
There are inaccuracies in this copy, some
of which I corrected, and some which I left. Please feel free to contact
me for more information.
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Mr. Frank Carmen
Lucarelli, age 78, of Pinebrook Drive, Blairsville, passed away on
Friday, December 31, 1999 in the Union General Hospital following an extended
illness. Mr. Lucarelli was born on January 27, 1921 in Utica, NY the son
of the late Raphael Lucarelli and the late Marie Grace Fucci Lucarelli.
He was a member of St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, a member of NAFRE,
and a member of the American Legion.
Survivors include his wife, Hilda Lucarelli
of Blairsville; three sons and daughter-in-laws, Ralph and Mary Rose Lucarelli
of Hilton head, SC, Craig and Dana of Longmont, CO, James and Marie Lucarelli;
one brother, Michael and Gladys Lurel of Long Island, NY, six grandchildren,
one great grandchild, many other relatives and friends also survive.
Funeral services were held on Sunday, January
2, 2000 at 1 pm from the Funeral Home Chapel with Father Tim Gadziala officiating.
Special music was presented by Ken and Elaine Young. The following gentlemen
served as pallbearers: Craig and Jim Lucarelli, Burton Gasser, Paul Leonard,
Michael and Dick Smith. Interment followed in the Union Memory Gardens.
Mountain View Funeral Home of Blairsville
in charge of the arrangements.
The North Georgia News, January 5, 2000,
Blairsville, Union Co., GA
ALBERT W. LUCAS
From The Little Falls Evening Times Sept.,
DIED - In Clark's Mills, Oneida co., N.Y.,
Albert W. Lucas, aged 64 years and 2 days.
Mr. Lucas was born in Middletown,Ct.
Resided there untill 1842, when he came to this State and settled in Leyden,
Lewis county. In April, 1842, he married Elizabeth Bailey, of Leyden, with
whom he lived happily until his death. In 1862, when our country
was calling for patriots to sustain her honor, Mr. Lucas was one of the
many to respond to that call. He served three years and one month,
and though well along in years, was always ready and willing to perform
the arduous duties of a soldier. His only son, a noble young man,died
in the service of his country. Mr Lucas leaves a wife and two daughters
who deeply mourn his loss. He was a kind husband and father, generous
hearted and liberal, and loved and respected by all who knew him.
Mr Lucas was the father of Mrs. Charles Habershon of this village.
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DANIEL B. LUCAS
Lee Center, May 12, 1894
Mr Daniel B. Lucas died at the residence
of his son Wesley, at half past ten o'clock last (Wednesday) evening, in
the 89th year of his age. He leaves five sons, three of whom were
present at his death. The funeral will be held tomorrow, at 12 p.m.
His remains will be deposited at Lee Center, beside his first wife.
Rev. W. Williams will preach.
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