Thomas Eggsware

PLATTSBURGH SENTINEL
FRI. APRIL 26, 1918
THOMAS EGGSWARE

The people of Ellenburg Center
were startled Saturday evening, April
13, at hearing that Thomas Eggsware
a highly respected citizen ha<J passed
away. Mr. Eggsware wag as well us
usual and had been at the village during
the day. He was sitting in a
chair conversing with his family and
some of his neighbors when the summations
came, apparently without warning.
Pie was 74 years old and had
.spent nearly all his lifetime in Ellenburg.
He followed the business of
farming a good many years, prospering
and making a success of U.
About thirteen years ago he gave up
farming and bought a small lot at 131-
lenburgh Center and has lived there
ever since.
He was a kind husband and an indulgent
father, and a kind and obliging
neighbor. He will be greatly
missed by the whole community.
He leaves to mourn his loss a Widow,
five daughters, Mrs. John Carter
and Mrs. Phillip Robaro of Ellenburg;
Mrs. John Kando of Canada;
Mrs. G. F. Labarge of Malone, and
Mrs. John Cox of Washington, and
one son, Ernest, of Ellenburg. Tho
funeral services were held Saturday
morning at St. Edmund’s church, Ellenburg
with interment in the R. C.
cemetery.

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Julia Eggsware

Chateagay Record Sept 23,1942

Mrs. Julia Robare, aged 66 years
daughter of the late Thomas.
Angeline Eggsware, died at
Champlain Valley hospital, Platts-
burgh, Tuesday, September 15th, ‘
where she was taken August 8th
following an illness of several mon-
ths. Mrs; Robare is survived by
her husband Philip, two sisters and
one brother. The funeral was held,
Friday, September 19th, at St. Ed-
mund’s church at Ellenburg, Rev.
 CL A. Boyer officiating at the re-
qiulem high mass. Pall bearers
Messrs. Fred Caron, of Chu
rubusco, and Horace Carter, of
Ellsnburg; George Dumont, Alex,
Ernest and Roy Carter, of Ellen-
burg Center

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