Della LaCroix King

Mrs Della Lacroix Gagne died March 8 1960 at her daughter’s home on VanKleeck Ave Beacon, after a year long illness. Born in Valley Field, Qc, Ca, she was married to Eli Gagne in ValleyField and moved to Redford NJ where he died 26 Dec 1941. Mrs Gagne who has been attending St. Joachim’s Church was a member of the Rosary Society in Redford, the American Legion Auxiliary, the Relief Corps of Sarnac NY and the Saranac Valley Grange.

Surviving are three sons: Pynell Gonyea …, Clement Gonyea in service in Korea and Gerand Gonyea… plus her daughters:Mrs Dorothy Bouyea, Mrs Helen Yasment, Mrs Catherine Whitehead and Mrs Monica Brault; a sister Mrs. Sophie Lewis of Massena, 15 grandchildren and several great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at Hignell Funeral home, willow st and St Joachim’s new cemetery.

She was Adopted by Sullivan King and Mary Miller . She married Eli Gonyea (Gagne) July 8, 1903 in St. Bernard’s Church, Lyon Mountain, New York. Her parents were  Louis (Ludger) Lacroix (Lacross), born in CD, died 16 Nov 1886 in Dannemora, Clinton, NY., buried in ST Joseph’s Cemetery,  
Louis married Helen (ellen) Hamlin  on 28 Jun 1883 at St Joseph’s in Dannemora, Clinton, NY, she was the daughter of Charles and Margaret Gebo.  It was the second marriage for her.  She had four children with her first husband, Herrick Sousie, two with her second husband, Louis Lacroix, and at least one with her third husband, Antoine Robare.  Della’s full sister was Delvia Mary Lacross, born 31 Mar 1887 in Dannemora, died 14 Jul 1959 in Ausable Forks, NY, married Elzear Dinelle in 1902.

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