Minnie Mary Facteau

Press-Republican—Saturday, May 8,1982

Minnie M. Seguin
Funeral services for Minnie M.
Seguin, 94, who died at home Tuesday,
were held Friday at St. Edmund’s
Church in Ellenburg..
The Rev. John Weir, Rev. Howard
McCasland and Rev. John Fallon,
concelebrated the mass.
Bearers were Michael, David and
Donald Seguin, Peter Seguin Jr.,
Gerald Seguin. Jr., and Steven Morrow.:
Burial was in St. Edmund’s
Cemetery in Ellenburg.


Press-Republican—Wednesday, May 5,1982

-Minnie M. Seguin
Minnie M. Seguin, 94, died Tuesday
morning at her residence.
She was born on Dec. 29, 1887 in
Ellenburg Depot, the daughter of
Edward and Mary (LaBarge)
: Mrs. Seguin was a .charter
member and trustee of the Catholic
Daughters of America, Court Little
ifaserShealso belonged farthe Altar
and Rosary Society, and to the
Ellenburg Valley Grange.
Her husband, Joseph, died on Oct.
15, 1975. Four of her children —
Wilfred, Lester, Herbert and Helena
also died before her.
Survivors include five sons, Fred
of Nampa, Idaho, Peter of High Springs,
Fla., Gerald of Altona, and
Homer and Elmer of Ellenburg
Depot; three daughters, Mrs. Bert
(Luva) LaGoy and Rita Parrott of
Ellenburg Depot and Mrs. Earl
(Betty) Morrow of Altona; two
sisters, Mrs. Eva Parent of
Lachine, Que. and Mrs. Gertrude
Trucheon of Malone; 31 grandc
hildren ; and 44 great grandchildren.
Calling hours are scheduled at the
Drown Funeral Home in Ellenburg
Depot from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today
and Thursday.
Funeral services are set for 11
a.m. Friday at St. Edmund’s
Church in Ellenburg.
Burial will be in St. Edmund’s
Cemetery in Ellenburg at a later
Instead of flowers, the family requests
donations to the Dennis Mor-.
row Memorial Scholarship Fund

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Josephine Facteau

Daily Press Saturday, December 30, 1939

Mrs Betters to be buried today

Funeral services -for the late Mrs.
Josephine Facteau Betters, who
passed away Wednesday at her
home in the town of Saranac, will
be held from St. Joseph’s church,
Dannemora, this morning a t 10:15.
Interment will he in St. Joseph’s
•Mrs. Betters was born at Saranac.
N. Y., Sept. 27, 1873 and had
been a lifelong resident of that area.
She is survived by eight children,
Perley Betters of Utica, Henry, of
Saranac, Mrs. Ida Thompson of
Dannemora, Mrs, Mary Shelley of
Fort Edward, Mrs. Julia Furman
of Washington, D. C , William Betters
of Saranac Lake,-Leo Betters
of Dannemora, and Mrs. Anna
Fournier of Moriah. Her father,
Andrew Facteau, two brothers,
Joseph and Frank Facteau of Saranac,
two sisters, Mrs. Rose Champagne
of Plattsburgh and Mrs.
Louise LaFord of Athol, Mass., a l so
survive, together with 13 grandchildren
and several nieces and

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Rose Facto (Facteau)

Mrs. Rose A. Champagne, widow
of the late John Champagne,
died in the Sacred Heart
Nursing Home in Plattsburgh.
early Sunday morning after a
long illness. Mrs. Champagne
was born in Saranac. June 30,
1878. daughter of the late Andrew
and Julia Drolet Facto.
She has made her home in
Plattsburgh most of her life.
She is survived by six sons:
John Champagne, of Albany;
Frederick Champagne, West
Palm Beach. Fla ; and Leo,
Dennis, Francis and William
Champagne all of Plattsburgh
Also surviving are 11 grand-
children, 15 great-grandchildren
and one brother, Joseph Facto
of Plattsburgh.
Mrs. Champagne was a member
of the Gold Star Mothers,
, Altar-Rosary Society of Ouri
Lady of Victory Church and St.
Peter’s Church, and the Auxiliary
of St. Jean D’Baptiste.
The body is at the Brown Funeral
Home where friends may
call between the hours of 2 to 4
and 7 to 9. Funeral Mass will be
sung at Our Lady of Victory
Church Tuesday morning at 9
a.m. Burial will be in St. Peter’s

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