Verda Dominic

Press Reublican Saturday , Oct 28 1961

Mrs. Gordon Lashway

ELLENBURG — Mrs. Gordon
Lashway of Ellenburg Corners
died Friday at the Champlain
Valley Hospital in Plattsburgh at
the age of 57.
Mrs Lashway, the former
Verda Dominic, was a lifelong
resident of Ellenburg. Death followed
a long illness.
She is survived by her husband.
two sisters. Mrs. Floyd Lashway
of EHenbarp and Mrs. Joseph
Bushey of Syracuse; and one
brother. Ear! Dominic of Ellen –
Funeral arrangements are incomplete.

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Regina Dominic

Chateaugay Record. Thurtday. December 16, 1976
Mrs. Regina
Funeral services for Mrs.
Regina Bushey, 68, of Sarasota,
Fla., and formerly of Ellenburg,
who died Saturday, December S.
1976 at Sarasota Memorial
Hospital were held Tuesday,
morning December 7th in St.
Martha’s Catholic Church in
Sarasota. Burial was in Palms
Memorial Park, Sarasota.
Mrs. Bushey was born in Ellenburg,
May SI, 1908, the
daughter of Fred and Mary
She is survived by her husband,
Joseph of Sarasota; one
son Joseph Jr. of Boston, Mass.;
four daughters, Mrs. Alice Mary
Bowman and Mrs. Lou Arnold,
both of Sarasota, Mrs. Betty
Carter of Ellenburg. and Mrs.
Rosetta Carroll of Havertown,
Pa.; one brother, Earl Domini:
Dominic of Ellenburg; one sister,
Mrs. Clara Lashway of Ellenburg
and 14 grandchildren.

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Clara Dominic

Chateaugay Record, Wednesday, December 22,1993
Clara M. Lashway

ELLENBURG — Clara M. Dominic
Lashway, 88, of 6619 Military
Turnpike, died Thursday, Dec.
16. 1993, at the Clinton Hospital in
Clinton, Mass., after being stricken
ill while visiting her daughter.
Bom in Ellcnburg, she was the
daughter of Frederick and Mary
Legacy-Miller Dominic and lived in
Ellcnburg all her life.
She attended Ellcnburg High
School and was a member of St. Edmund’s
Church and a member of its
Catholic Daughters of America and
the Altar and Rosary Society.
Mrs. Lashway was also a member
of the Third Order of Dominicans,
a member of the Green Thumb
and Retired Senior Volunteer Band
Program, both of Pittsburgh.
Surviving arc her husband of 71
years, retired town Judge Floyd R.
Lashway; three sons, Harold A.
Lashway of Ausablc Forks, Dale J.
Lashway of Plallsburgh, Lee F.
Lashway of Framingham, Mass.; an
adopted son, Michael Whalcn of Ellcnburg;
10 daughters, Rita M. Hart
of Oakland, Md., Doris M. Vicns of
Plant City, Fla., Donna E. Cooncy
of Mason, Ohio, Monica D. Lavcrdure
of Berlin, Mass., Shirley
O’Ncil of Pittsburgh, Carol C.
Kohs of Framingham, Mass., Ada
R. Gromada of Ocala, Fla., Patricia
A. Pheasant of Bcrwyn Heights,
Md., Fayc F. Williams of Plaitsburgh,
Sandra T. Fennycry of
Springfield, Mass.; 63 grandchildren;
110 great-grand and greatgreat
Mrs. Lashway was predeceased
by a daughter, Helena T. Lashway,
many years ago.
Calling hours were held at the
Robert J. McNally Funeral Home,
304 Church St., Clinton, Mass. Funeral
service was held in the funeral
home Monday wilh a Mass at 10
a.m. in St. Joseph the Good Provider
Church, 52 West Si., Berlin,
Mass. Following cremation, burial
was in St. Edmund’s Cemetery, Ellcnburg.
A Memorial Mass will be held
Thursday, Dec. 23, at 10 am. in St.
Edmund’s Church, Ellcnburg.
Memorial donations may be
made to St. Edmund’s Church, Ellenburg,
N.Y. 12933

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Chateaugay Record
FRIDAY, MAY 28,1943


Fred Dominic, aged
away early Tuesday morning,
May 18th, at his home. Although
in ill health for the past year he
had been around as usual until a
week ago when he was stricken
with a shock which resulted in
his death.
Mr. Dominic was a life long
resident of Ellenburg, a devoted
husband and father and a respected
citizen. He will be
greatly missed in his home and
by his many friends. The deceased
was extensively engaged
in farming. He is the last of a
family of eight and is survived
by his widow, three daughters,
Mrs. Joseph Bushey, Mrs. Gordon
Lashway, and Mrs. Floyd
Washway, all of Ellenburg, and
one son, Earl, who ‘resides at
home. The funeral was held on
Thursday morning at St. Edmund’s
church at Ellenburg.
Honorary pallbearers were:
George Smith, Channcey Mag-
-oon, Ernest.Dominy C. D. Munsil,
Everett Hoff and Fred Curry.
Active pallbearers were:
James Nichols, Philip Robare;
Edmund Pathode, James Blow,
Amos Labombard and George

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Earl Dominic

Press Republican Sept 11,1982

Earl Dominic

Dominec 82 died Friday Morning
Sept 10, 1982 at the Moongale
Nursing Home in Canton.
He-was born May 6,1900, in Ellenburg
Center, the son of Fred and
Mary (Miller) Dominic.
Survivors include one sister, Mrs.
Floyd (Clara) Lashway of Ellenb
Calling hours will Be at the Drown
Funeral Home in Ellenburg Depot
from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday.
Funeral services will be held at 10
a.m.. Monday at St. Edmund’s
Church in Ellenburg.
Burial will be in the pari
cemetery in Ellenburg,

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Edward J. Dominic

Press Republican
AUGUST 27, 1990

Edward J. Dominic
Dominic, 84. died Saturday,
Aug. 25, 1990, at the CVPH
Medical Center.
He was born March 6, 1906, in
EUenburg Center, the son of
John and Sarah (Miller)
Mr. Dominic was a retired
farmer and a school bus driver
for EUenburg Central School. He
was affiliated with the Knights
of Columbus, third degree.
Survivors include his wife, the
former Emma Bushey; eight
sons, Reginald Dominic of Syracuse,
Maynard Dominic of
Liverpool. Ragel Dominic of
Phoenix, NY.. Gary Dominic of
Rochester, Larry Dominic of
Mooers Forks, Billy Dominic of
Plattsburgh and Roland
Dominic and Robert Dominic,
both of EUenburg; five daughters,
Mrs. William (Antoinette)
Toohill of Burke. Mrs. Douglas
(Mae) Chaffee of Mattydale,
Nancy Wayne of Syracuse, Mrs.
Roy (Mary Lee) Fonner of
Georgia and Mrs. Anthony
(Jane) Angello of Watertown; a
brother, Albert Dominic of Candor;
seven sisters, Addie Yelle of
Chateaugay, Flora Lashway of
Oxford, Elsie Menard of Norwich,
Beulah Forkey of Vestal,
Hazel Fellows of Gilford, Lula
Alfred of Afton and Eva
Lashway of Bainbndge; 45
grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren
and several nieces and
Calling hours wUl be held from
7 to 9 p.m. today at the E.F.
Drown Funeral Home in EUenburg
Depot. A Mass of Christian
burial will be held at noon Tuesday
at St. Edmund’s Church in
EUenburg, with burial in St.
Edmund’s Cemetery.
Memorial donations may be
made to the American Cancer

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Addie Julia Dominic

Addie Julia Yelle       
Written by    
Wednesday, January 17, 2001 
Plattsburgh — Addie Julia Yelle, 96, formerly of Chateaugay, died Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2001 at the Evergreen Valley Nursing Home in Plattsburgh.
Born in Ellenburg Center on June 25, 1904, she was the daughter of John and Sarah (Miller) Dominic.
She was married to Herbert Yelle on Dec. 29, 1919, in Ellenburg, by Rev. Boyer.
Mr. Yelle predeceased her on May 31,1968.
Mrs. Yelle is survived by a son-in-law, Harold Brooks of Chateaugay; three grandchildren, Janice and Paul Shannon of Plattsburgh, Lloyd and Margo Keysor of Buffalo and Jim and Gina Keysor of Plattsburgh; seven great-grandchildren; and three sisters, Elsie Menard of Oxford, Flora Lashway of Oxford and Beula Forkey of Vestal.
Those that preceded her in death were two daughters, Helma Brooks and Ina Keysor; three other children in infancy; a grandson, Butch Brooks; a son-in-law, Art Keysor; two brothers, Albert and Edward Dominic; and three sisters, Hazel Fellows, Eva Lashway and Lula Alford.
Mrs. Yelle was a communicant of St. Patrick’s Church in Chateaugay.
She was employed at the hotel in Lyon Mountain and, upon moving to Chateaugay, worked at the Chateaugay Hotel for several years.
Mrs. Yelle was a member of the Court of St. Helen 100 Catholic Daughters and St. Patrick

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John Dominic

Chateaugay, Franklyn COUNTY, B. B„ FRIDAY, JUNE 6,1924.
Fatal Accident on State Road
As Car Collides With Guard

The first fatal automobile accident
of the season in this vicinity happened
at about 9 o’clock last Thursday
night on the State road near Edward
Murphy’s residence, two and a half
miles east of the village, when John
Dominic, aged 44 years, a resident of
the town of Ellenburg, met instant
death, his daughter Eva, aged 16,
received severe bruises about her
head and body and for a time it was
feared that she might be fatally injured,
Roger Lashway, of Chateau gay,
sustained fractures of two ribs
on the left side, while Theodore
Lashway, the fourth member of the
party, escaped uninjured.
| Mr. Dominic and his daughter
came to Chateau gay in the early afternoon
and met Mr. Lashway and his
son, the young couple having planned
to secure a marriage license, and as
both were under age it was necessary
to have the consent of the parents.
The party then went to the office of
Town Clerk Doge, who advised that
the license be procured in the town of
Ellenburg, the residence of the prospective,
Between 8 and 9 o’clock Mr. Lashway
got out his auto to take Mr.
Dominic and his daughter to their
home, the younger Lashway going
with them. The two elder men occupied
the front seat, with Lashway
at the wheel, while the young couple
occupied the rear seat.
As they neared the place on the
highway where the accident occurred
lights suddenly went out, and in
groping for the brakes, the car
swerved to the right, striking the
guard rail on a small bridge with
such force as to hurl Dominic, his
daughter and the driver to the
ground. The car hit the end of the
guard rail, smashed through two
posts and came ~ to a sudden stop as
the tore end plowed into the ground.
Mrs. John Murnane and Miss Helen
B. Knight, nearby residents, hearing
the crash, ran to the spot and found
the party in great confusion. Dr.
Tobin -was summoned by telephone,
and when he reached the scene he
discovered that Mr. Dominic had
been killed instantly, the guard rail
having crashed through the windshield,
striking the unfortunate man
in the chest and crushing that part of
the body in a frightful manner. Miss
Dominic was taken to the Murphy
residence, where was found that she
was bleeding profusely from the
mouth, but later it developed that
her injuries were not of a serious
nature and she was able to be taken
home the following day. Roger
Lashway was rendered unconscious
for a time, suffering from fractured
ribs and other bruises, while Theodore
Lashway was not thrown from
the car and escaped > without injury.
After caring for the injured ones,
the body of Mr. Dominic was brought
to the Town Hall and Coroner Nicholson,
of Malone, was notified and
within a short time he arrived here.
He immediately conducted an inquest
And ordered an autopsy performed by
Dr. H. D Tobin and Dr L. p Spra-
guo. this latter revealed the ter-
rible injuries which had been inflicted,
and was convincing evidence that
death resulted, instantly. The cause
of death as given out by the Coroner
was “death, resulting from multiple
perforation of lungs from automobile
accident.” The Coroner also ordered
t h a t the inquest be held open for fur
further investigation, by District Attorney
On Friday morning ‘the body was
taken to the Dominic home, three
mile*, south of Ellenburg Center.
Funeral services were held on Monday
morning at St. Edmund’s church
at Ellenburg. Corners and were largely
Mr. Dominic was well known and a
highly respected citizen of Ellenburg,
and his unfortunate and untimely
death cast a gloom over the entire
| community.
He is survived by his Widow, two
sons and seven daughter, Edward and
Albert, Mrs. Edward Carter, Mrs.
Herbert Yell, Eva, Elsie, Flora, Lulu
and Beulah, all residents of Ellenburg.

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