Fred Barcomb

 chateaugay-record MARCH 10, 1960

Fred Barcomb
Died Sunday
At Malone
Following a long period of ill health
Fred Barcomb, of Churubusco,
died in the Alice Hyde Hospital on
Sunday. The deceased had been a
Patient in the hospital since January
12th. He underwent an operation
for the amputation of a leg.
the deceased was born in Churubusco
on June IS, 1884, a son of the
late John and Elizabeth (Richards)
Barcomb. His entire lifetime was
passed in that town where he followed
the occupation of farming. Mr.
Hat-comb was well known and highly
respected and lived a Christian life.
The deepest measure of sympathy is
expressed sued to the sorrowing members
of his family.
Forty five years ago Mr. Barcomb
married Mrs, Wesley Hawksiby, the
former Albina LaBarre. Her death
accurred five years ago.
Surviving are one son, Joseph A.
Barcomb, and a granddaughter Jean,
Churubusco; three sisters, Mrs.
Fred Merchat, Syracuse; Mrs. Rufus
Patnode, Ellenburg- Viola Barcomb,
Buffalo; two brothers, Herbert, Churubusco;
and Henry, Chateaugay;
also four stepddaughters, Mrs. Ross
Taylor, North Bangor; Mrs. Augustus
Paquette, Rochester; Mrs. Floyd Leclair,
Port Crane, N. Y.; Mrs. Hazel
Dion, Florence Mass.
Funeral services were held at St.
Pliilomena’s Church at Churubusco
on Tuesday morning, Rev. Albert H.
Richardson officiated. Committal
services were made in the vault at
the church cemetery.

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