Theresa Marie Bouyea (Birth Record)

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Fredrick Bouyea

Press Republican Mar 1965

Deaths, Funerals
Fred Bouyea
ELLENBURG CENTER –
Fred Bouyea, 80, died Sunday
at physicians Hospital, Platts –
following an extended illness.
He was a retired farmer. He
was born April 29, 18S4, the son
of Bazeh and Mary Eggsware
Bouyea.
He is survived by his wife, the
former Gladys Cook; five
daughters, Mrs. Edward Se –
core of Lyon Mountain, Mrs. Eldon
LeCLaire and Mrs. Raymond
Duprey of Ellenburg Center.
Mrs. Clayton Pickering of Ellenburg
Depot and Mrs. Marcel
Alice DeCoato of Mooers Forks;
four sons, Wesley of Merrill.
Izra and Irving of West Chazy
and Gerald of Rochester; 26-
grandchildren, and 22 greatgrandchfldren
also survive.
The body will be at the Bouyea
home. Funeral arrangements
are incomplete.

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Angeline Bouyea

Press Republican-FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1991

Angelina Lamitie
MALONE – Angeline
Lamitie. 90, of the Cady Road.
Malone, died in Alice Hyde
Hospital, Wednesday, November
27, 1991.
She was born in Churubusco,
Feb. 7, 1901, the daughter of
Oliver and Anna (Yelle) Boyea.
She married Raphael J. Lamitie,
Nov. 21. 1925. He died Dec. 14,
1979.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by three sons,
William Lamitie of Syracuse,
Franklin Lamitie of
Baldwinsville, and ‘ Calvert
Lamitie of Malone, and a foster
son, Joseph Golden of Malone;
10 daughters, Madeline Young
of Malone, Mrs. William (Mary)
Woodruff of Saranac Lake,
Roselva Daly of Baldwinsville,
Eleanor Thomas of Portland,
Ore., Mrs. Henry <Urla) Zoll of
Syracuse, Mrs. George (Joan)
Parkinson of Malone, Mrs. Gary
(Patricia) Dragon of Watertown,
Mrs. Wayne (Joyce) Muller of
Virginia Beach, Va., Sandra
Muller of Malone. and Mrs.
Robert (Pamela) Yeddo of
Baldwinsville; two sisters. Rose
McGovern of Plainsville and
Mrs. John (Minnie) Patnode of
Chateaugay; 58 grandchildren
and many great-grandchildren
and great-great-grandchildren,
as well as several nieces and
nephews.
Two infant sons, Everett and
Haden; four brothers, John,
Peter, Harry and Eugene Boyea;
five sisters, Eva Blair, Victoria
LeClair. Georgianna Nichols,
Zoie Perry and Anna Jarvis,
died before her.
Calling hours will be today
from 2 to 4 and from 7 to 9 p.m.
at the Bruso-Desnoyers Funeral
Home in Malone, with a parish
vigil at 8 p.m.
The funeral Mass will be celebrated
Saturday at 10 a.m. in St.
John Bosco Church, Malone, by
the Rev. Roland Gonyo. Burial
will follow in Notre Dame Cemetery.
Memorial donations may be
made to to the Malone Volunteer
Rescue Squad

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Minnie Bouyea

Press Republican
THURSDAY,
JANUARY 9, 1992
Minnie M. Patnode
Chateaugay- Minnie M
Patnode. 84. of “Route 374.
Chateaugay, died Wednesday,
Jan. 8. 1992, in Alice Hyde Memorial
Hospital in Malone.
She was born March 17. 1907,
in Churubusco, the daughter of
Oliver and Anna (Yelle) Boyea.
She was a communicant of St.
Patrick’s Church, Chateaugay.
She married John W. Patnode
April 21, 1930. in Piercefield,
N.Y.
Survivors include her husband;
three sons, Francis Patnode
of Chateaugay, Ronald
“Jackie” Patnode and Donald
Patnode. both of Phoenix, NY.;
a daughter. Mrs. Richard
<Shirley> Hunter of Canton; a
sister. Rose McGovern of Syracuse;
15 grandchildren and D
great-grandchildren.
A son, Gerald Murphy, died
Aug. 10, 1987. Also dying earlier
were: five brothers, Julian.
Harry, Pete. John and Eugene
Bouyea: and six sisters. Eva
Blair. Zoa Perry. Angeline
•Lamitie, Victoria Laclair, -Anna-
Jarvis and Georgine Nichols.
Calling hours will be held Friday
from 2 to “4 and 7 to 9 p.m.
at Chateaugay Funeral Home. A
funeral service will be held at 1
p.m. Saturday in St. Patricks
Church, Chateaugay, with the
Rev. Fay Ager celebrating the
Mass of Christian burial.
Burial will be at a later date in
St. Patrick’s Cemetery.

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