Shirley Seguin


OGDENSBURG—Shirley Seguin,
three-year-old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Seguin, died in Hepburn
hospital Thursday as a result
of burns suffered Wednesday afternoon
when her bed caught fire.

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Alfred Paul Seguin


Alfred Paul, the eleven months’ old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Seguin. died
on Thursday of last week after a short
illness. The funeral was held Saturday
morning at ten o’clock at the Holy
Name church. Mrs. Paul Carbono
Mrs. Ralph Yandow and Edward Belcher
of Pittsfield, Mass., were here to
attend the funeral.

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Arthur Seguin

Press Republcian—THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1964

Arthur Seguin

Seguin. 70, of Rouses Point died
at Physicians Hospital Monday
alter a short, illness.
He was born sn Rouses Point
Oct 19 1893. the son of Peter
and Clemente Couture Sequin.
He operated a livery stable,
owned Sequin’s Garage and
was in the kerosene business
He retired in 1959.
He was a veteran of World
War 1. He served in France
with The Engineers.
He was a member of the
Rouses Point Knights of Columbus,
an exempt member of the
Rouses Point Fire Department.
the Rouses Point American
Legion and a member of the
He is survived by his wife,
the former Irene Falcon, one
son. Raymond of Rouses Point;
two daughters, Mrs Fremont
Churchill of Rouses Point; Sister
Mary Pierre of Mercy Hospital,
Watertown; one sister,
Mrs. Emma Carpenter of
Plattsburgh, and five grandchildren.
The body is at the Clark Funeral home.
Funeral services will be at St Patrick’s
church Thursday at 10 a.m with burial
in the church cemetery.

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Olive Delia Seguin

JANUARY 1, 1966

Mrs, Olive Sousis

Mrs. Olive Sousis, widow of
Leo Sousis and long time resident
of Keesevilie, died December
30 at Physicians Hospital
where sine (had been a patient
since December 25). A diabetic
for a number of years, she had
also suffered with asthma for
a long time.
Olive Seguin, daughter of
Henry and Ellen Rabideau Seguin,
was born September IS,
1903, in Chicago, Ill She had
lived in Keesevilie since young
Survivors are four daughters,
Mrs. Joseph Estenho and Miss
Barbara Sousis off Keesevilie,
Mrs. H. L. Waird of Wheeling,
W. Va., and Mrs. James Hett
of Troy; six sons, Napoleon,
Floyd, Sonny, Howard and Donald
of Troy, Raymond, a mem-
ber of The United States Air
Force; 53 grandchildren; a brother,
Victor Seguin of AuSABLE
Her body vested at St Johns
Hall Funeral services were held
at eleven o’clock Monday moming
at St John the Baptist
Church, the Rev. James Lamitie
conducting the service and celebrate
the Requiem Mass.
The body was placed in the
vault at St John s Cemetery
for interment next spring.
Bearers were Edward Gordon,
David LaFountain, Henry
Mitchell. Howard, Ronald and
Melvin Seguin and Albert Stranahan.

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Ronald J. Seguin

Press Republican—Thursday, November 3,1983

Ronald J. Seguin
AuSABLE FORKS —* Ronald J.
Seguin Sr., 44, of AuSable Forks,
died Tuesday, Nov. 1, 1983, at the
CVPH Medical Center.
He was born Feb. 19,1939, in New
York State, the son of Victor Seguin
and Esther (Fountain) Seguin.
He was a carpenter by trade.
Survivors include his mother; his
former wife, Joan Betters AuSable
Forks; two sons, Ronald Seguin Jr.
of AuSable Forks and- Timothy
Seguin of Black Brook; one
daughter, Pamela Seguin of Black
Brook; two sisters, Anna Murray
and Eleanor Deyo, both of AuSable
Forks;, and two brothers, Howard
Seguin’of Black Brook and Melvin
Seguin of AuSable Forks.
Calling hours will be today from 2
to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Zaumetzer-
Sprague Funeral Home in AuSable
A funeral mass will- be held Friday
at 10:30 a.m. at Holy Name
Church, AuSable Forks.
Burial will be in the parish
Donations may be made to the
AuSable Forks Volunteer Ambulance

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Victor P. Seguin

Press-Republican—Monday, May 10,1982

Seguin, 70, of AuSable Forks was
dead on arrival at CVPH Medical
Center Sunday morning.
He was born Dec. 26,1911 in New
York State, the son of Henry and
Ellen (Rabideau) Seguin.
Mr. Seguin was a retired laborer
for J. and J. Rogers Co. of AuSable
Survivors include his wife, the
former Esther Fountain of AuSable
Forks; two daughters, Anne Murray
and Eleanor Deyoe of AuSable
Forks; three sons, Howard, Melvin
and Ronald, of AuSable Forks;
18 grandchildren and five great grandchildren.
Calling hours are scheduled today
and Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9
p.m. at the Zaumetzer-Sprague
Funeral Home in AuSable Forks.
Funeral Services are set for 11:30
a.m. Wednesday at Holy Name
Church in AuSable Forks.
Burial will be in the pariah

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Clifford Seguin


Word was received over the week-
end, of the death of Clifford Seguin,
son of Philip Seguin, wtho was killed
in an auto accident in Syracuse, N. Y.
Mr. Seguin had just completed a three
year enlistment in the armed services,
had been home for only three weeks
when the accident happened

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Philip Seguin


Philip Seguin
Philip Seguin, brother of Victor
Seguin of Au Sable Forks, died at
8:15 o’clock Monday morning at Syracuse.
Born at Keeseville on December
18, 1893, he was the son of
the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seguin
of this village. He moved here at
an early age with his parents-
Mr. Seguin worked for the J. & J.
Rogers Company while in his early
teens, after – attending the public
schools here. About thirty years ago
he moved to Syracuse where he was
employed for much of the time as a
painter and interior decorator. His
wife, the former Minnie Yando,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Yando
of this village, preceded him in
death about five years ago.
Mr. Seguin frequently visited relatives
and friends here while a resident
of Syracuse, never having lost
his interest in, and., fondness for, the
The remains were brought to Lake
Placid by train Wednesday morning
and from there to the home of Victor
Seguin in Quirk Bros, ambulance.
The deceased is survived, in addition
to his brother, Victor Seguin of
town, by one daughter, Mrs. Blanche
DeSieno of Boston, Mass., two sons,
Clifford and Clement Seguin of Syracuse,
his sister, Mrs. Olive Sousie of
Keeseville, seven grandchildren, one
great-grandchild and by several nieces
and nephews.
Funeral services will be held at
9:30 o’clock this (Thursday) morning
in Holy Name church and burial
will be in the church cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Seguin went
to Syracuse, called there by the death
of his brother, returning here Tuesday

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Joyce Ann Seguin

Press-Republican Monday, December 8, 1975

Joyce Seguin

Sciota- Joyce Seguin 14 died
Friday afternoon at the North
Country Medical Center in Champlain.
She war born Nov 21 1961 in Plattsburgh,
the daughter of Gerald and Mamie (King) Seguin.
She is survived by her parents a brother
Gerald Seguin Jr of Altona, two Sisters
Mrs. Henry (Geraldine Marie) Leathe of Unionville
Conn and Jane Elizabeth Seguin of Oneonta, by
her paternal grandmother Mrs Minnie Seguin of
Ellenburg Depot and her maternal grandmother
Mrs. Helen King also of Ellenburg Depot.
Funeral services were held at 1p.m Sunday at St
Louis of France Church in Sciota, with the Rev
Francis Menard celcbrating.
Bearers were Homer Seguin,Earl Morrow,Roger,
Ronald and Arnold King and Harry Mitchell.
Burial was in the St Louis of France Cemetery in Sciota.

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Peter E. Seguin

Press Republican MONDAY,
JANUARY 26, 1987

Peter E. Seguin. 65, died Sunday,
Jan. 25,1987, at his home.
He was born in Ellenburg
Depot May 17, 1921, the son of
Joseph and Minnie (Facteau)
Survivors include three sons,
Peter Seguin Jr. of Altona, Alan
Seguin and Joseph Seguin, both
of Ellenburg Depot; five daughters,
Mrs. Denis (Mary)
Dauphinais of Ellenburg Depot,
Mrs. Diane Cebzanov of
Philadelphia, Pa., Mrs. Jerry
(Sharron) Juneau of Ellenburg
Depot, Mrs. Kenneth (Donna)
West of Onca, Okla., and Helena
Mae Seguin of Ellenburg Depot;
four brothers, Frederick Seguin
of Nampa, Idaho, Gerald Seguin
of Altona, Homer Seguin and
Elmer Seguin, both of Ellenburg
Depot; three sisters, Mrs.
Albert (Luva) LaGoy of Ellenburg
Depot, Rita Parrott of Ellenburg
Depot, ana Mrs. Earl
(Betty) Morrow of Altona; three
stepsons, Timothy Seguin of
High Springs, Fla., Michael
Seguin of Gainesville, Fla., and
Andrew Quinn of the U.S.
Marine Corps; three stepdaughters,
Mrs. George (Gloria)
April. Mrs. Rodney (Patricia)
Lashway, and Mrs David
(Catherine) Hanson, all of High
Springs, Fla.; and 21 grandchildren.
Calling hours are scheduled
for 7 to 9 p.m. today as well as 2
to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at
the Drown Funeral Home, El- .
lenburg. The funeral will be at
11 a.m. Wednesday at St. Edmund’s
Burial will be in the St. Edmund’s
Cemetery, Ellenburg.
Donations may be made to the
St. Edmund’s Cemetery Fund
in Ellenburg or the St.
Madeleine’s Building Fund in
High Springs, Fla.

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