Francis Murray

THURSDAY, DEC, 12, 1957
Francis Murray, 54,
Died Satuiday
Of Heart Attack

On Saturday morning the communi
ty shocked and saddened to
learn of the death of Francis Murray.
Mr. Murray resided in an apartment
by himself on Bast Main Street and
when he did not appear at the usual
hour in the morning his friends
sought entrance into his room and
were horrified to And him lying in
bed dead. Coroner Pierre Sapuldlng
Malone, was notified and performed
an autopsy. A verdict was given as
a, sudden heart attack being the
The deceased was born in Chat
augay on August 21, 1903, a son of
the late Frank and Elisabeth (Welch)
Murray. He resided with his parents
•of  number of years and assisted
his father in the purchase of livestock.
For a number of years he
was employed as lineman for the
Western Union Company and was
stationed in various points of the
State. Returning to Chateaugay 10
years ago, he engaged in Restaurant
werk in different places. At the time
of his death he was employed by
William Bessette in the operation of
Billy’s Grill on Bast Main Street.
The deceased was well and favorably
known to everyone. He was
honest and upright in all dealings, a
faithful and conscientious worker
and loyal in his friends. He was
.a member of At. Patrick’s Church.
His passing will ‘ e missed in the
Surviving are three sisters and
four brothers: Miss Catherine Murray,
Miami Beach, Fla.; Mrs. Mary
Shields, Seranac Lake; Mrs. Mildred
Dapree, Bound Brook, N. J.; James,
Bound Brook, N. J.; Richard, Manilius,
N. Y.; Leo, Chateaugay .Edward
in U. S. Army stationed at Fort
Monmouth, N. J.; also several nieces
nephews and cousins. Another sister,
Mrs. Anastata Doyle, died in 1931
The body was taken to the Chateaugay
funeral Home until the funeral.
A large concourse of relatives
and friends visited the -home during
the waking hours and attended funeral
services. Many floral and spiritual
offerings were given as a silent
trtbate to the memory of the deceased.
Funeral services took place at St
Patrick’s Chnrch Monday morning,
Rev. Daniel Keefe officiated. Burial
was made in St. Patrick’s cemetery.
The pallbearers were: William
Bessette, Ray Lucia, Edward Koran.
Earl McCormick, Joseph Wood and
Robert Ryan.
The following out of town relatives
and friends were summoned here:
Mrs. Mary Shields. Mr. and Mrs.
Victor, Seamier, Mrs. Vincent Best,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hay, Saranac
Lake; Edward Murray, Fort Monmouth,
N. J.; Mrs. Mildred Dupree.
James Murray, Lester Smith, Bound
Brook, N. J . ; Richard Murray. Mani-
Uus, N. Y.; Wilfred King, Sr., Thomas
Welch, Chaiy Lake; Mr. and
•Mrs. Sheldon Revoir, Lyon Mountain.

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Edward Murray

Wednesday, Dec. 1,1982 Chateaugay Record

Ed Murray Passes Away
Edward Murray, former Chateaugay resident died November
19,1982 in Albuquereque, New Mexico at the age
of 70.
He was born in Chateaugay the son of the late Frank
and Elizabeth Welch Murray.
He is survived by his wife Barbara, a sister Mrs. James
(Mary) Couglin of Saranac Lake, N.Y. as well as many
nieces and nephews.
Burial took place in Santa Fe, New Mexico

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Anastasia Murray

 Chateaugay Record-FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1931.
Mrs Anastasia Doyle
Mrs Anastasia Doye, widow of the late Timothy
Doyle passed away at the home of her parents
Mr and Mrs. Frank Murray in this village at
9:20 o’clock last Friday night. Mrs Doyle
who had been employed in the Sanatonri
Apartment at Saranac became afflicted with
an illness last September which she failed
to make recovery, although restoring to the
best of medical treatment. She had been
a patient in a New York hospital two weeks
returning to her home the Monday prior to
her demise.
Mrs Doyle whose maiden name was
was Anastasia Murray was born at
 Ironwood. Mich., 35 years ago and Came
 to Chateaugay when a child land her early days
 were spent here, later taking up her residence at
Saranac Lake. She was united in marriage to
Mr. Doyle eleven years ago and he pre-deceased
her seven years ago.The deceased was a young lady
of the highest type of Christian  character, being devoted
to her| family ties and friends, and during her illness
bore her sufferings with a patience and fortitude and her
early death is a source of much sorrow and sincere
sympathy is extended to the bereaved parents ,
brothers and sisters.
She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murray,
three sisters, Miss Katherine Murray of  Oneida, Mrs.
Addison Shackett and Mrs. Francis Lafave, of Saranac
Lake, five brothers, James and Edward of Chateaugay,
Richard, of  Morristown, N, J ,Francis of Syracuse,
and Leo, of North Burke.
Funeral services were held at St.Patrick’s church on
Monday morning.Rev. J. B. MeClure officiating and
interment was made in St. Patrick’s Cemetery.
The Following out of town People attended the
Funeral:Mr and Mrs Wilford King, Mrs and Mrs
Thomas Welch, Adrian King Dannemora, Mrs
Thomas McDermott, Whitehall, James Murray
Harold King Plattsburgh, William Doyle, Mr
and Mrs William Signor and two daughters
Keeseville, Mr and Mrs Edward Doyle Lake
Placid , Mrs Nellie St Mary Tupper Lake,
Ralph Witherbee, Mr and Mrs Louis Paye,
William Dean, Mrs Anna Laplant, Mrs James
Ryan, Mrs Lean Leffett, Alfred Dreysus, Mrs
James Merrill, Mrs Addison Shackett, Mrs
Franis Lafave Saranac Lake, Miss Katherine
Murray Oneida, Mr and Mrs Richard Murray
Morristown N.J, Francis Murray Syracuse,
Mr and Mrs Leo Murray North Burke.

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James Murray

Chateaugay Record FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1939

James J Murray

James J . Murray, well known resident
of this city, died at his home
34 Broad Street, Sunday, at 1:40 P .
M. after a long illness. His age was
born in the town of Saranac May
4, 1886, Mr. Murray later moved to
the town of Schuyler Falls where he
.resided for several years. He became
a resident of this city in 1918
From 1916 to 1921, he was Deputy
united States Marshal. He was
deputy sheriff under the late .Eli
Senecal and was under sheriff dur
ing the t e rm of office of Dr. Al-
phonse Senecal. He was a member
0f the Democratic County Com-
Elks Club and was also a member of
 the local Council, Knights of Columbus
 Surviving are two daughters, Mrs.
 Agnes Downs and Miss Katherine
 Murray, both of this city; one son
Leo Murray, of Albany, and a
grandchild, James Murray.
Funeral services were held Tues-
 day morning at St. John’s church.
 Interment was made in the family
 plot in the Cadyville cemetery.
Plattsburgh Republican.
Mr. Murray was well and favorab-
ly known to a wide circle of friends
throughout this section, having
made frequent visits here. He was
a brother of the late Frank Murray
of this village.

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Frank Murray

Chateaugay Record.

Frank Murray
The community was shocked to
learn of the death of Frank Murray,
which occunred at his home on John
Street last Friday evening at 10
o’clock. Mr. Murray had been confined
to the house for the past two
weeks with a severe cold and had
practically recovered from this aliment
when a sudden heart attack
brought about the end.
The deceased was born in the town
of Saranac on December 25, 1863,
and his younger days were passed
there. For a few years he resided in
Ironwood, Michigan. He came to
Chateaugay 32 years ago, and has
resided here continually. He engaged
in the livestock business and was
widely known throughout the surrounding
community as an excellent
buyer and judge of cattle. As a citizen
and member of the community he
was held in the highest repute for his
honesty of purpose and fair-minded-
ness in business affairs. He was a
life long Democrat in politics and a
member  of St. Patrick’s church. O
a happy and joval disposition he
made a host of friends and at his.
passing is deeply felt
Forty five years; ago he was united
 to marriage to Miss Elizabeth Welch
 and he leaves his widow, three daught-
ers and five sons, Miss Kathryn Murray,
of Oneida, Mrs. Mary Shackett
,and Mrs. Mildred Lafave, of Saranac
Lake, James, of Saranac Lake, Fran-
cis, of Hudson, Richard, Leo and Ed-
ward, of Chateaugay, and one brother,
James, of Plattsburgh.
 The funeral services were held at
 St. Patrick’s church on Monday
morning, Rev. J. H. Kennedy offl-
elating and interment was made in
St Patricks cemetery.
Among the out of town relatives
who attended the funeral were: Miss
Kathryn Murray, of Oneida, Mr. and
Mrs. James Murray, Mrs. Mary
Shackett and Mrs. Mildred Lafave,
of Saranac Lake; Francis Murray, of
Hudson, James Murray, of Plattsburgh;
John Kennedy and Mrs.
Ryan, of Waddtogton; James Kennedy,
of Dannemora; Williiam Maddiem,
Mr. and Mrs. James Madden, of
Lake Placid; James Redd, Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Read, of Fort Edward.

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Leo M Murray

Press Republican—Monday, December 24, 1979

CHATEAUGAY – Leo Murray,
74, died Saturday morning in Bath,
He was born Feb. 10, 1905 in
Chateaugay, the son of Frank and
Elizabeth (Welch) Murray.
He is survived by his wife, the
former Irene Bush; four sons,
Owen of Altamont, N.Y., Garth of
Bath, Glenn of Kemmerer, Wyo.,
and Craig of Williamsville, N.Y.;
three daughters, Mrs. Thomas
(Julia) Casey of Hudson Falls.
Mrs. Kenneth (Leta) Lobdeli and
Mrs. D.J. (Nina) Morgan.” both of
Cheateaugay; two brothers. James
of Boundbrook, N.J. and Edward
of Albuquerque, N.M.; two sisters,
Mrs. James (Mary) Coughlin of
Bloomingdale and Mrs. William
(Mildred) Dupree of Boundbrook;
20 grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren.
 Calling hours will be from 1 p.m.
to 2 p.m. today at the Chateaugay
Funeral Home.
A funeral will be held at 2 p.m.
today at the funeral home.
Entombment will be in North
Burke Cemetery to await spring
In lieu of flowers, donations may
be made to the Chateaugay Rescue

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Richard Murray

Press Republican July, 20, 1973

Richard J. Murray
Murray, 73. died Wednesday afternoon
at Trie-Tavern Arms Hotel
in Malone.
He was born Sept. 28, 1899 here
the son of Frank and Elizabeth
(Welch) Murray:
Survivors include three brothers,
Leo Murray of Chafeaugay, James
Murray of Round Brook, N.J. and
Edward Murray of Albuquerque,
N.M.; and two sisters, Mrs. James
(Mary)Coughlin of Bloomingdale
and Mrs Mildred Dupree .
Calling hours at the Chateaugay
Funeral Home will be today from 2
to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral services
will be Saturday at 9:30 a.m. at St.
Patrick’s Church.
Burial will be in the church
cemetery in Chateaugay.

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Mildred Murray

Press-Republican —Wednesday, January 6, 1982

Mildred Duprey
SARANAC LAKE -Mrs. Mildred
Duprey, 73 a former resident-of
Saranac Lake, died Saturday in
South Bound Brook, N.J. after a
long illness.
She was married to William
Duprey, who died in 1955.
She was born in Chateaugay on
March 19, 1908, tire daughter of
Frank and Elizabeth (Welch) Murray.
She leaves a son, William of South
Bound Brook, N.J.; a brother, Ed
Murray of Albuquerque N.M., a
sister, Mrs Mary Coughlin of
Bloomingdale; and several nieces
and nephews.
 Calling, hours will be. Thursday
from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the
Kehoe.and Son Funeral Home in
Saranac Lake.
A funeral prayer service will be
held Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the
funeral home, with the Rev. Ted
Gillette officiating.
Burial will be in Pine Ridge
Cemetery in May.

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Mary E Murray

Press-Republican—Tuesday, September 2, 1986

Mary E. Coughlin
Coughlin. 84. died Saturday.
Aug. 30. 1986, at the Saranac
Lake General Hospital.
She was born in Chateaugay.
Jan. 16. 1902. the daughter of
Frank and Elizabeth (Welch)
Murray. A lifelong resident of
Saranac Lake. Mrs. Coughlin
was employed for many years at
the Santanoni Hotel -in-Saranac
Survivors include two daughters.
Mrs.. Sheldon (Geraldine>
Jtevoir of Glens Falls and Mrs.
Victor (Margaret) Saumier of
Saranac’Take; seven grandchildren,
eight great-grandchildren
and several nieces and nephews.
She was predeceased by three
husbands. Addison Shackette.
James Sheilds who died in 1945
and James Coughlin who died in
A mass of Christian burial will
be celebrated today at 11; 15
a.m. at St. Bernard’s Church.
Interment will be in St. Bernard’s
Donations may be made to the
American Cancer Scoiety in
care of the Keough and Son
Funeral Home, 20 St. Bernard
St.. Saranac Lake

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