William E Patnode

Press-Republican — Tuesday, August 13, 1974

William Patnode dies at 90,
was Ellenburg supervisor

William E. Patnode,- 90. a former
Town of Ellenburg supervisor and
civic leader. died at his home here
Monday morning”.
Born Oct. 12. 1883. he was.the son
of Peter and Delia (Gagnier)
Patnode of Churubusco:
He operated a general store in
Ellenburg Center for about 40
years. He was a member of the
school board and a town of
Ellenburg suppervisor for 12 years
He also served as chairman of the
Clinton County . Board of Supervvisors
He was a member of the
Lake Champlain Bridge. Commission
and the Ellenburg Chapter
of the Knights of Columbus.
He is survived by his wife, the
former Vesta Gilmore; three
sisters, Mrs. Fred (Stella) Maggini
of Larchmont. Mrs. Starr (Martha)
Cambelle of Lehigh Rights, Fla..
and Mrs. Bessie Broderick of
Calling hours at the Drown
Funeral Home in Ellenburg Depot
will be from 2 to 4 pm and 7 to 9 pm
today. Funeral service will be
held Wednesday at 3 p.m. at St.
Edmunds Church in Ellenburg.
Burial will, be-in the Riverside
Cemetery in Ellenburg Center.

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Lillian Patnode

Press Republican Tuesday, May 4 1965

Mrs. Lillian Brothers,
67 Dies Unexpectedly

Mrs. Lillian Brothers, 67, wife
of Otis Brothers of 37 Cornelia
St., died unexpectedly Monday
morning at Champlain Valley
She WAS born in Churcbusco
on March 31, 1896, the daughter
of the late Peter and Delia
(Gagnier) Patnode.
Besides her husband, she is
survived by three daughters,
Mrs. Francis Stahl of St. Albans,
Vt., Miss Esther Brothers of
Queen Village and Miss Theresa
Brothers of New York City;
two brothers, Clarence Patnode
of Rouses Point and William
Patnode of Ellenburg; three
sisters, Mrs. Bessie Broderick
of Plattsburgh. Mrs. Stella Ma-
guire of Larchmont and Mrs.
Martha Campbell of Glens
Falls; also three grandchildren.
The body is at the Brown Funeral
Borne, where catting hours
are 3 to 4 and 7. to 9 p.m.
Funeral services will be held
Thursday at 9 am. at St.
Peter’s Church, with burial in
St. Joseph’s Cemetery in West

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Bessie Patnode

Press-Republican — Tuesday, October 8 1974
Mrs. Bessie Broderick
E. Broderick, 81, of Pittsburgh
died Monday in the St. Regis
Nursing Home at Massena.
She was born in EUenburg on
June 10, 1893, The  daughter of the
late Peter and Delia (Gagnier)
Patnode. -She-made her home in
Plattsburgh for many years. She
was the widow of Lawrence
Mrs. Broderick is survived by
one son, Morris Broderick of
Plattsburgh, and five daughters,
Mrs. John (Dorothy) Dumont of St.
Albans,VT, Mrs Clarence (Doris)
Breyette of Dannemora and Miss
Rachel Broderick of Burlington, VT
Mrs Marie Aleis of Schen-
ectady, and Mrs. James (Lillian)
Murphy of  St. Albans, Vt.; 10
Grandchildern , Nine great-grandchilern
and  two sisters, Mrs. Fred
(Stella) Maggini of Larchmont and
Mrs. Starr (Martha). Campbell of
Lehigh, Fla.
Calling hours at the Brown
Funeral Home in Plattsburgh will
be today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.
A Funeral Mass will be celebrated
Wednesday at 9 a.m. in St. John’s
Church. Burial will be in Mount
Carmel Cemetery

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Samuel Patnode

Press- Republican—Saturday July 26,1986
Samuel Patnode
Patnode. 60, of 84 Park Ave.,
Saranac Lake, died Friday, July
25. 1986 at the Albany Medical
Mr. Patnode was a lifelong
resident of the area.
He was born July 26. 1925 in
the town of Clinton, the son of
S a m u e l and Jeannette
(Langevin) Patnode.
Mr. Patnode was employed as
an iron-mill inspector, at
Gouverneur Iron Mill in
Gouverneur before his retirement.
Survivors include his wife.
Joan Phillips Patnode; one son,
Raymond Patnode of Dover; two
daughters. Joyce Patnode of
Wingdale and Ruth Premo of
Rochester; three brothers.
Raymond Patnode of E.
Hanover. N.J.. Paul Patnode of
Berkley. Calif . and Joseph Patnode
of Orange, Calif.; seven
sisters. Rita Pelotte of Massena,
Marie Walko of Pennsylvania.
Teresa Corso of Babylon. L.I.,
Gemma Moore of Potsdam.
Jeannette Stacy of Saranac
Lake. Marguerite McAuliffe of
Canandaigua and Bemadette
LaGoy of Schenectady; and four
Calling hours will be Sunday
from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Keough
and Son Funeral Home, with a
Bible vigil scheduled for 7:30
A mass of Christian burial will
be held Monday at 11:15 a.m. at
St. Bernard’s Church, with the
Rev. Frank Coryer celebrating.
Burial will be in Holy Cross
Cemetery in Hopkinton.

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David Stone



Funeral services for David Stone,
forty-ftve, of North Margaret St.,
this city, will be held this morning
at eight o’clock in St. Peter’s church.
Burial will be in St. Peter’s cemetery.
Mr. stone is survived by his wife,
two daughters, Mrs. F. Rock and
Mrs. V. Fauctor; four sons, David,
Floyd, Norman and Jean; four sisters,
Mrs. B. Stacy, Mrs. A. Champlain,
Mrs. R. Win and Mrs. M.
Rascoe of Plattsburgh; three brothers,
Alhert and Peter Stone of
Plattsburgh and Arthur of Massachusetts,
besides three grandchildren;
three step-brothers and a

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Jane Hawksby

Mrs. J. M. Patnode

Mrs. John M. Patnode died on
Wednesday of last week at her
home at Ellenburgh Corners, at the
age of 76 years. Mrs. Patnode’s
demise followed closely that of her
husband, whose death took place
on the Saturday previous. Her
long residence in the town of Clinton
made Mrs. Patnode known as a
woman of many estimable traits of
character and she was beloved by a
wide circle of friends.
 Her funeral services were held in
the ‘M. E. church at Ellenburgh Corners
on Friday, with interment in
Evergreen cemetery at Chateaugay

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Merritt F Stone

NOVEMBER 7, 1991

Merritt F. Stone
Merritt F. Stone. 51. formerly of
Plattsburgh. died Oct 24. 1991,
at Dallas Fort Worth Medical
Center Hospital.
He was bom in Plattsburgh
Jan. 30, 1940. the son of Albert
and Lillian (Agoney) Stone.
Survivors include five
brothers. Herman Stone of Peru.
Ralph Stone of Fort Myers. Fla..
Waldon Stone of Plattsburgh.
Leon Stone of Plattsburgh and
Calvin Stone of Schwartz.
Texas: a sister. Leona Lavigne
of Beek man town and several
nieces and nephews.
A memorial Mass mill be celebrated
Friday at 9 a.m. at St.
Peters Church Burial will
follow in St. Peter s Cemetery-.
Arrangements are by the
Brown Funeral Home. Plattsburgh

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Elizabeth Stone

Press Republican —SATURDAY. OCTOBER 26,1963

Mrs. Elizabeth Stacy
Dies After Heart Attack

Mrs. Eizabeth Stacy of 4211
Margaret St., died unexpectedly
Friday at Champlain Valley
Hospital after a heart attack.
She was born in Plattsburgh
on May 22. 1893, a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James Stone.
She was a member of the
Gold Star Mothers.
Mrs. Stacy is survived by her;
husband, Benjamin four sons,
James and Marvin of Plattsburgh,
Arthur of Springfield,
Mass., and Kenneth of Pasadena,
Texas; three daughters,
Miss Frances Stacy of Plattsburgh
and Mrs. Norman Lavene
and Mrs. Carl Brown of Morrisonville.
Also two brothers, Arthur
Stone of Satlgus, Mass., and Peter
Stone of Plattsburgh three
sisters, Mrs. Virginia Desrocher,
Mrs. Sophia Champagne and
Mrs. Mary Rascoe, all of Plattsburgh
20 grandchildren, and
eight great-grandchildren.
The body is at the residence
where calling hours will be this
A funeral mass will be sung
at St. Peter’s Church at 9 a.m.
Monday, with burial in the
church cemetery.

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Albert Stone

Press Republican November 14, 1959
Albert Stone

Albert Stone of  36 Sorption Ave
died at his home Friday afternoon
(Nov 13,1959) at the age of 71.
A lifelong resident of Plattsburgh
Mr Stone was born Mar 4 1888
a son of James and Virginia (Scott)
Stone. In recent years he was
employed at Cumberland Hotel.
Mr Stone is survived by his wife
the former Lillian Agnew, six
sons Ralph, Waldon and Leon of
Plattsburgh Herman or North
Tourwanda, Merritt of Potsdam,
Calvin Stone with the U.S Marines
at Camp Lejeanne,Mrs Leon Latour
of Plattsburgh, Mrs Ernest Tallman
of Beekmantown, and Mrs Lyman
LaVigna of Chazy.
Also surviving are 29 grandchildren
19 great grandchildren two brother
Peter Stone of Plattsburgh and
Arthur Stone Lynn, Mass and four
sisters, Mrs Herry Rascoe,Mrs
Arthur Champagne, Mrs
Benjamin Stary and Mrs Walter
Dourcher all of Plattsburgh.
The body is at the Stone
Residence at 36 Sorption Ave.
Funeral services will be held at
St Peter’s Church Monday morning
at 9. Burial will be in the parish

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Peter Stone

Press Republican Friday November 19,1965
Peter Stone
Peter Stone. 78. of Upper Rugar
St died Thursday in Champlain
Valley Hospital after a
long illness.
Mr. Stone was a retired laborer
He was oorn in Plattsburgh
Jan. 13, 1887.
He is survived by his wife,
the former Elizabeth Beshon;
six sons. Henry Desrocher and
George. Joseph. David and Willard
Stone, all of Plattsburgh
and Peter Stone Jr. of Troy: 12
daughters. Mrs. Wiilard Mhier.
Mrs. Gladys St. John. Mrs.
Raymond Seymour, Mrs. Raymond
Baker. Mrs. Eugene Provost,
Miss Florence Stone. Mrs.
Eugene Fountain and Mrs.
Gary Way. all of Plattsburgh.
and Mrs. Alfred Anderson. Mrs.
Roland Dennis. Miss Cecre
Stone and Miss Prisciila Stone,
all of Troy: 55 grandchildren.
40 great-grandchildren: a brother,
Arthur Stone of Boston,
Mass and three sisters. -Mrs
Walter Desrocher. Mrs. Mary
Rascoe and Mrs. Arthur Champagne,
all of Plattsburgh.
Friends may call at the Stone
residence on Upper Rugar St.
starting this evening.
Arrangement, still incomplete
 are in charge of the
ONeil-Redden Funeral Home.

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