Rose Lancto

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


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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