John Dominic

Chateaugay, Franklyn COUNTY, B. B„ FRIDAY, JUNE 6,1924.
ELLENBURG MAN
INSTANTLY KILLED
 
Fatal Accident on State Road
As Car Collides With Guard
Rail.

The first fatal automobile accident
of the season in this vicinity happened
at about 9 o’clock last Thursday
night on the State road near Edward
Murphy’s residence, two and a half
miles east of the village, when John
Dominic, aged 44 years, a resident of
the town of Ellenburg, met instant
death, his daughter Eva, aged 16,
received severe bruises about her
head and body and for a time it was
feared that she might be fatally injured,
Roger Lashway, of Chateau gay,
sustained fractures of two ribs
on the left side, while Theodore
Lashway, the fourth member of the
party, escaped uninjured.
| Mr. Dominic and his daughter
came to Chateau gay in the early afternoon
and met Mr. Lashway and his
son, the young couple having planned
to secure a marriage license, and as
both were under age it was necessary
to have the consent of the parents.
The party then went to the office of
Town Clerk Doge, who advised that
the license be procured in the town of
Ellenburg, the residence of the prospective,
bride.
Between 8 and 9 o’clock Mr. Lashway
got out his auto to take Mr.
Dominic and his daughter to their
home, the younger Lashway going
with them. The two elder men occupied
the front seat, with Lashway
at the wheel, while the young couple
occupied the rear seat.
As they neared the place on the
highway where the accident occurred
lights suddenly went out, and in
groping for the brakes, the car
swerved to the right, striking the
guard rail on a small bridge with
such force as to hurl Dominic, his
daughter and the driver to the
ground. The car hit the end of the
guard rail, smashed through two
posts and came ~ to a sudden stop as
the tore end plowed into the ground.
Mrs. John Murnane and Miss Helen
B. Knight, nearby residents, hearing
the crash, ran to the spot and found
the party in great confusion. Dr.
Tobin -was summoned by telephone,
and when he reached the scene he
discovered that Mr. Dominic had
been killed instantly, the guard rail
having crashed through the windshield,
striking the unfortunate man
in the chest and crushing that part of
the body in a frightful manner. Miss
Dominic was taken to the Murphy
residence, where was found that she
was bleeding profusely from the
mouth, but later it developed that
her injuries were not of a serious
nature and she was able to be taken
home the following day. Roger
Lashway was rendered unconscious
for a time, suffering from fractured
ribs and other bruises, while Theodore
Lashway was not thrown from
the car and escaped > without injury.
After caring for the injured ones,
the body of Mr. Dominic was brought
to the Town Hall and Coroner Nicholson,
of Malone, was notified and
within a short time he arrived here.
He immediately conducted an inquest
And ordered an autopsy performed by
Dr. H. D Tobin and Dr L. p Spra-
guo. this latter revealed the ter-
rible injuries which had been inflicted,
and was convincing evidence that
death resulted, instantly. The cause
of death as given out by the Coroner
was “death, resulting from multiple
perforation of lungs from automobile
accident.” The Coroner also ordered
t h a t the inquest be held open for fur
further investigation, by District Attorney
Main.
On Friday morning ‘the body was
taken to the Dominic home, three
mile*, south of Ellenburg Center.
Funeral services were held on Monday
morning at St. Edmund’s church
at Ellenburg. Corners and were largely
attended.
Mr. Dominic was well known and a
highly respected citizen of Ellenburg,
and his unfortunate and untimely
death cast a gloom over the entire
| community.
He is survived by his Widow, two
sons and seven daughter, Edward and
Albert, Mrs. Edward Carter, Mrs.
Herbert Yell, Eva, Elsie, Flora, Lulu
and Beulah, all residents of Ellenburg.

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Laura A Bushey

Chateaugay Record Wednesday. May 23. 1979
Mrs. Laura A. Trombley

Mrs. Laura A. Trombley, 72 of Ellenburg Center, died
Monday, May 14, 1979 at the Plattsburgh Medical Center.
Born at Chasm Falls, May 31, 1906, she was a daughter of
Alfred and Emma Varin Bushey,
She was married to Charles Trombley. He survies. She was
a member of St. Edmund’s Church, Ellenburg.
Besides her husband, she is survived by five daughters,
Mrs. David (Rita) Malark. Mrs. Kenneth (Theresa) Powers
and Mrs. Lester (Marjorie) Matthews, all of Churubusco,
and Mrs. Bernard (Beulah) Whalen and Mrs. Roger (Bertha)
Barcomb, both of Plattsburgh; four sons, Richard,
Laverne, Walter and Leonard, all of Ellenburg; two sisters,
Mrs. Delia Trombley and Mrs. Edward (Emma) Dominic,
both of Ellenburg; four brtoehrs, David and Ernest bothof
Vermont, Joseph of Plattsburgh and Paul of Malone; 38
grand children and several great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. in St.
Edmund’s Church. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.

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Emma M Bushey

Chateaugay Record, Wednesday September 26,1990

 

Emma M. Dominic

ELLENBURG — Emma M. Dominic,
79, died Thursday. Sept 20.
1990, at her home.
Born in Ellenburg Center Oct.
28, 1910, she was the daughter of
Alfred and Emma Varin Bushey.
Mrs. Dominic was an honorary
member of the Altar Rosary Society,
a former member of Catholic
Daughters of the Americas and a
member of St Edmund’s Church.
Her husband, Edward Dominic,
died Aug. 25,1990.
She is survived by eight sons,
Reginald Dominic of Syracuse,
Maynard Dominic of Liverpool, Ragel
Dominic of Phoenix, Gary Dominic
of Rochester, Larry Dominic
of Mooers Forks, Billy Dominic of
Plattsburgh, Roland Dominic of Ellenburg
and Robert Dominic of Ellenburg;
five daughters, Mrs. William
(Antoinette) Toohill of Burke,
Mrs. Douglas (May) Chaffey of
Maitydale, Mrs. Nancy Wayne of
Syracuse, Mrs. Roy (Marylee) Fonner
of Georgia and Mrs. Anthony
(Jane) Angelo of Watertown; and
three brothers, Paul Bushey of Malone,
Joseph Bushey of Florida and
Ernest Bushey of Vermont.
There were- no calling hours.
Funeral services were Saturday at
St Edmunds Church. Burial was in
the parish cemetery. Arrangements
were made by E.F. Drown Funeral
Service in Ellenburg Depot
Memorial donations may be
made to Hospice Care of Clinton
County or the Fitzpatrick Oncology
Center of CVPH Medical Center.

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Sarah D Miller

Chateaugay Record, Thursday. Oct. 27, 1977

Mother of Area Residence Dies

Sarah D Lashway, 97 died
Wednesday afternoon October
12,1977 at Chenango Memorial
Hospital, Norwich
Born on September 8, 1880,in
Churubusco, N.Y. she was
the daughter of John and Addie
(Reed) Miller.
She was twice married, her
first husband John Dominic
died in 1924. In 1926 she married
Roger Lashway, he died
many yean ago.
She was twice married, her
first husband John Dominic
died in 1924. In 1926 she married
Roger Lashway, he died
many yean ago.
Mn. Lashway is survived by
two sons: Eddie Dominic, Ellenburg
Cornen, and Albert
Dominic, Candor; one stepson,
Floyd Lashway, Ellenburg Cornen;
seven daughters,
Hasel Fellows, Guilford;
Addie Yelle, Chateaugay;
Theodore (Eva) Lashway, Bainbridge;
 Elsie Me and
Earl (Mary) Lashway, Oxford;
Mn. Leon (Lula) Alford. Altona;
Mrs. Lawrence (Bulah)
Forkey, Port Crane; 53 grandchildren,
150 great grandchildren
and 3O great great
grandchildren, several nieces,
nephews and cousins.
Six sisters and three brothers
predeceased her
Funeral services were held in
St. Joseph’s Church in Oxford
with Rev. John Comesky pastor,
Burial in St. Patrick’s
Cemetery, Oswego.
Pall beams were six grand-
children: Marvin Carter,
Donald Lashway, Albert
Lashway, Leonard Alfred,
Larry Forkey and Armand
Menard. _

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Rose Lancto

ADIRONDACK DAILY ENTERPRISE TUESDAY, JULY 7,1959
Services Tomorrow

For Mrs. Rose Baker
Services for Mrs. Rose Beatrice
Baker, 64, 46 Park St, Tupper
Lake, who died Monday morning
at 1:30 at her home will be held
tomorrow morning at 9 a.m. in St.
Alphonsus Catholic Church with
burial in the Parish Cemetery.
Born on July 14, 1894 in Lyon
Mt., the daughter of Nelson and
Margaret Benjamin Baker, she
has made her home here for the
past 34 years. Her husband, Louis
Lawrence Baker, died in 1947.
She is urvived by two sons, Truman
of Syracuse and Robert ol
Tupper Lake, four daughters, Mrs.
Florence Denno, Tupper Lake,
Mrs. Doris Benware, Tupper Lake,
Mrs. Elizabeth Malay, Syracuse
and Mrs. Leona Dashnaw, Glens
Falls; four sisters, Mrs. Margaret
Trembley, Ellenburg, Mrs. Maude
Bushey, Lyon Mt., Mrs. Gertrude
Baxter, Miami, Fla., and Mrs.
Dora Dashnew, Hudson Falls, one
brother, Harry Lancto Lyon Mt.,
and 16 grandchildren.
The body will repose at the
Richer Funeral Home until time of
services

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TUPPER LAKE FREE PRESS and HERALD Thursday, July 16 , 1959
Last Rites July 8th
For Mrs. ROSE Baker

Mrs. Rose Baker, 64, died Monday,
July 6, at 1:30 a. m. at her
home, 46 Park at, after a feng Ul
Funeral services were held on
July 8 at St. Alphonsus Church.
Interment was In St. Alphonsus Church.
Cemetery here.
She was born In Lyon Mountain
July 14, 1894. the daughter
of Nelson and Margaret Benjamin
Lancto, and was married In 1009
to Louis L. Baker. The family
moved to Tupper Lake from Saranac
Lake about 87 years ago. Mr
Baker, who w_» employed nearly
20 years as a painter at S—amount
VA Hospital, died here in 1947.
Surviving are four daughters,
Mrs. Don—nick (Florence) Denno
and Mrs. Leo (Doris) Benware,
Tupper Lake; Mrs. Elisabeth Malay,
Syracuse, and Mrs. Ernest
(Leona) Daahnaw of Glens Falls;
two sons, Truman Baker of Syracuse
and Robert Baker, with
whom she made her home here;
four sisters, Mrs. Margaret Tremblay
of EUenburg. Mrs. Alfred
(Maude) Buahey of Lyon Mountain,
Mra. Gertrude Baxter of
Miami, Fla. and Mrs. Dora Daahnaw
of Hudson Falli; one brother,
Harry Lancto of Lyon Mountain;
and 16 grandchildren.

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Vivian L Lancto

Vivian L. Miller       
Written by pressrepublican.com    
Friday, May 11, 2001 
Ellenburg Depot — Vivian L. Miller, 84, died Friday, May 11, 2001, at the CVPH Medical Center in Plattsburgh.
She was born in Lyon Mountain on Oct. 12, 1916, the daughter of Nelson and Delphine (Sorrell) Lancto.
She was a member of St. Edmund’s Church and was a member of the St. Edmund’s Altar-Rosary Society.
She is survived by two sons and daughters-in-law, Mack and Barbara Miller of Ellenburg Depot and Ronnie and Marie Miller of Champlain; a brother and sister-in-law, Mac and Irene Lancto of Plattsburgh; two sisters, Magdelina Porter and Eunice LaMountain, both of Plattsburgh; a sister-in-law, Laura Lancto of Champlain; five grandchildren; and ten great-grandchildren.
Her husband, Charles Miller, whom she married Feb. 18, 1935, and a grandson, Scott Miller, both died earlier.
Visiting hours will be held on Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the E.F. Drown Funeral Service in Ellenburg Depot. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Monday from St. Edmund

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Mac J. Lancto

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Saturday, June 15, 2002
Plattsburgh — Mac J. Lancto, 93, of Plattsburgh, died Thursday, June 13, 2002, at the Evergreen Valley Nursing Home in Plattsburgh.
He was born in Lyon Mountain on April 26, 1909, the son of Nelson and Delphine (Sorrell) Lancto.
He was employed for over 40 years at New York Telephone in Plattsburgh, where he begin as a lineman and retired as a line supervisor. He was a member of the Telephone Pioneers of America. He enjoyed gardening and woodworking.
He is survived by his wife of 69 years, Irene (Benware) Lancto of Plattsburgh; a daughter, Barbara Reynolds of Winooski, Vt.; two sisters, Eunice LaMountain of Plattsburgh and Magdelina Porter of Plattsburgh; three grandchildren, Michael and Dianna Babcock of Liverpool, N.Y., Dale Babcock of Galveston, Texas, and Lori and Jack Moran of Houston, Texas; a great – grandson, Jonathan Moran; and several nieces and nephews.
His brother, Clifford Lancto; and sisters, Vivian Miller, Lillian Mahar and Leona all died earlier.
There will be no calling hours. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Monday from the O
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Dora K Lancto

Press Republican Wednesday, May 2 , 1962

Mrs. Dora Dashnaw

HUDSON FALLS—Funeral services
for Mrs, Dora K. Dashnaw,
73, were held Saturday at St.
Paul’s Church, The pastor, the
Rev. C. Henry Tessier, was celebrant
of the solemn Mass of
Requiem. Bunial was in Union
Cemetery, Hudson Falls.
Mrs, Dashnaw, the former Dora
Lancto, was a native of Lvon
Mountain.
S.x of her eight sons were pall
bearers at the funeral. They are
Alfred, Arthur, Ernest, Leo, Robert
and Marvin. The two other
surviving sons are Clarence Dashnaw
of.Clarence Air Force Base.
Colo:, and Edward Dashnaw of
Hudson Falls,
Also surviving are three daughters,
Mrs. Donald LaBarge, Mrs
Dorothy Benjamin and Mrs. Harry
Myers of Plalksburgh; three
sisters, Mrs. Alfred Bushey of
Lyon Mountain, Mrs. Margaret-
Trombley of Elfeaburg and Mrs.
Gertrude Canita of Miami. There
also are 46 grandchildren and 13
great-grandchildren

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Walter Lancto

Press-Republican—Wednesday, May 21,1980

Walter Lancto

LYON MOUNTAIN – Walter
“Gramp” Lancto, 50, died Tuesday
morning at his home in Rochester.
He was born May 22, 1929 in Lyon
Mountain, the son of Harry and Roxie
(Rudado) Lancto. He worked for
the Artcraft Corp. in Rochester as a
purchasing agent.
He is survived by four daughters,
Mrs. Gary (Jackie) Rowe of
Malone, Mrs. Bruce (Maddy)
Pelkey of North Bangor, Mrs. John
(Peggy) Beckett of Malone and
Miss Angela Lancto of Brushton; a
son, Bryan of Malone; four sisters,
Loretta Lancto of Lyon Mountain,
Marion and Shirley Lancto, both of
Pittsburgh and Mary Seymour of
Schuyler Falls; a brother, Raymond
of Plattsburgh; 10 grandchildren
and several nieces and
nephews.
Calling hours will be held at St.
Bernard’s Convent in Lyon Mountain
from 7 to 9 p.m. today and 2 to 4
and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday. Funeral
services will be held at 10 a.m.
Friday at St. Bernard’s Church in
Lyon Mountain.
Burial will be in the parish
cemetery in Lyon Mountain.
Arrangements are being handled
by the Chateaugay Funeral Home in
Chateaugay

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Raymond B. Lancto

Press-Republican-Thursday, October 28,1982
Raymond B. Lancto

LVON MOUNTAIN – Raymond
B. Lancto, 50, of Plattsburgh and
formerly of Lyon Mountain, died
Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 27,1982
at Jhe CVPH Medical Center.
He was born Aug. 20,1932 in Lyon
Mountain, the son of Harry and Roxie
(Rubado) Lancto.
Mr. Lancto was a millwright at
Diamond International Corp. for 18
years before he retired due to
disability.
Survivors include his wife, the
-former Delores King; three stepsons,
Mark Peck, Kevin Peck and
Scott Peck; all of Plattsburgh; three
stepdaughters, Mrs. Dale (Laurie)
LaFountain, Cindy Peck and Pam
Peck, all of Plattsburgh; and four
sisters, Luella Lancto, Shirley Ann
Lancto and Marion Lancto, all of
Lyon Mountain and Mrs. George
(Mary) Seymour of Schuyler Falls;
Calling hours are from 2 to 4 and
to 9 p.m. today and Friday at St.
Bernard’s Convent in Lyon Mountain,
Funeral services are set for 11:30
a.m. Saturday at St. Bernard’s
Church in Lyon Mountain.
Burial will be in the parish
cemetery!
Donations may be made to the ‘
dialysis unit of the CVPH Medical
Center.
the Chateaugay Funeral Home is
in charge of arrangements.

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