Philip Seguin


Philip Seguin
Philip Seguin, brother of Victor
Seguin of Au Sable Forks, died at
8:15 o’clock Monday morning at Syracuse.
Born at Keeseville on December
18, 1893, he was the son of
the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seguin
of this village. He moved here at
an early age with his parents-
Mr. Seguin worked for the J. & J.
Rogers Company while in his early
teens, after – attending the public
schools here. About thirty years ago
he moved to Syracuse where he was
employed for much of the time as a
painter and interior decorator. His
wife, the former Minnie Yando,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Yando
of this village, preceded him in
death about five years ago.
Mr. Seguin frequently visited relatives
and friends here while a resident
of Syracuse, never having lost
his interest in, and., fondness for, the
The remains were brought to Lake
Placid by train Wednesday morning
and from there to the home of Victor
Seguin in Quirk Bros, ambulance.
The deceased is survived, in addition
to his brother, Victor Seguin of
town, by one daughter, Mrs. Blanche
DeSieno of Boston, Mass., two sons,
Clifford and Clement Seguin of Syracuse,
his sister, Mrs. Olive Sousie of
Keeseville, seven grandchildren, one
great-grandchild and by several nieces
and nephews.
Funeral services will be held at
9:30 o’clock this (Thursday) morning
in Holy Name church and burial
will be in the church cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Seguin went
to Syracuse, called there by the death
of his brother, returning here Tuesday

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