Walter D. Sample

TUPPER LAKE FREE PRESS, Wed, Feb 1981

Walter D. Sample dies at 104

Walter D. Sample of 104 Bailey Ave.
Plattsburgh, died Saturday, Feb. 14, in
the CVPH Medical Center in that city.
He was born in Hemmingford,
Quebec on Oct. 9, 1876, the son of
William & Margaret (Robson) Sample.
Mr. Sample operated the family
farm on Robson Street, in the township
of Hemmingford from the late 3890’s
until he and his wife, the former Mina
Rogers, came to live in Plattsburgh, in
June, 1947. He helped his daughter
operate the Sandy Beach Motel & Cottages
on Margaret Street until the early
1960’s. Mrs. Sample died in 1959.
Mr. Sample was a member of the
United Methodist Church in Plattsburgh.
His survivors include one son,
Wilmer of Hemmingford; five
daughters, Phyllis Sample, Mrs. Verne
(Evelyn) Parrotte, and Mrs. Gladys
Perras, all of Plattsburgh; Mrs. Ethel
Smith of Hemmingford and Mrs.
Clarence (Reta) Gale of Childwold,
N.Y.; 13 grandchildren; 25 greatgrandchildren
and 7 great-greatgrandchildren.
Two other members of the family
predeceased, Mrs. Harold (Pearl)
McNaughton, in July, 1948 and
Melbourne Sample in October, 1941, both
of Hemmingford.
A prayer service was held at the R.
W. Walker Funeral Home before leaving
for services in the St. Andrews United
Church in Hemmingford, with Rev.
Richard Campbell, pastor of United
Methodist Church in Plattsburgh,
conducting the service and reciting
burial prayers at the Knox United
Church Cemetery on Robson Street.
Two hymns were sung by Ronald
Wood of Plattsburgh – Precious
Memories, by J.B. Wright and Precious
Lord Take My Hand, by Herman Voss.
Bearers were Dale McNaughton, Scott
McNaughton, Thomas Gale, Gene and
Neil Chauvin and Billy Perras, all greatgrandsons,
and honorary bearers were,
Ted Perras, Frank Gale, Ross McNaughton,
Reggie Perras and Wayne
McNaughton, all grandsons.

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Myrtle Sample

Press Republican — Wednesday , June 21, 1972

 Mrs Myrtle Latour.

PLATTSBURGH—Mrs Myrt
le L. Latour: 78 of 78 Pine
S t . widow of Edward .Latour.
died Monday .evening at the
CVPH Medical Center after
a long illness;
She was born in Mooers on
Dec. 15. 1893. the daughter of-
William and Emaiioe Lover
Sample. She had lived in
Plattsburgh for the- past 56
y e a r s .
She is survived by a daughter
. Mrs Arthur (Frances)
Bleau, with whom she. made
her home for the past six
y e a r s : three brothers. Carl
Sample of Eastburg. Vt.. and
David and Perry Sample, both
of Mooers Forks, and three
s i s t e r s . Mrs. Florence Hamilton.
Mrs. Frank ( E t h e l)
McComb, both of Mooers. and
Mrs. H e r m a n (Margaret)
Vozt of Massena.
She was a member of
Plattsburgh First United
Methodist Church.
Funeral services will be held
Thursday at 2 pm at the R.W
Walker Funeral Home.
Friends may call at the funeral
home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 today.

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Ethel D Sample

Press-Republican-Saturday, January 21,1984

 

Ethel D. McComb

MOOERS – Ethel D. McComb.
85. died Wednesday, Jan. 18,1984. at
the CVPH Medical Center.
She was born in Mooers Forks
Nov. 30, 1898. the daughter of
William and E maline (Lover) Sample.
Her husband, Frank, died March
25,1982.
She is survived by a daughter,
Mrs. Fred (Lillian) Gadway of
Mooers Forks; a son, Harold Me-
Comb of Mooers Forks; two
brothers, Carl Sample of East
Barre, Vt., and Perry Sample of
Mooers Forks; two sisters. Mrs.
Florence Hamilton of Plattsburgh
and Mrs. Harry (Margaret) Bell of
Massena; and three grandchildren
and five greatgrandchildren.
The funeral is scheduled for 1
p.m. today at the Drown Funeral
Home chapel
Burial will be in the Hemmingford
Cemetery in the spring

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James Sample

Press Republian Thursday April 28, 1949

James Sample dies at
Home in Ogdensbug

James Sample died yesterday at
Ills home in Ogdensburg. Mr. 8ample,
who was to his 19th year, was
‘4& son of James and Matilda (Denaeore)
Sample of Mooers Porks. He
KM united in marriage to Catherine
davisen on January 25, 1898.
Mr. Sample Is Survived by his wife;
two daughters, Mrs. Irene Fox and
Mrs. Anne Smith of Ogdenaburg; a
sister, Mrs; Sarah Bradley of Mooers
and one brother, Walter, of
Mass.; also two grandsons, Leland
and Allan Smith.
Mr. Sample was a member of the
Men’s Brotherrhood Society of the
Methodist Churoh of Ogdensburg.
Funeral services will be held at
the Methodist Church in Ogdensiburg
at 2:00 p.m. Friday. The body
will then to taken to Mooers Forks
where services will be held at the’
Methodist Churcb at 1:30 Saturday.
Rev. O. E. Haymemd, of Qgdensburg,
assisted iby Rev. Willlaim. Bohne of
Mooers will Officate.

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William Sample

PLATTSBURGH PRESS-REPUBUCAN, PLATTSBURGH. N. Y.—MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 1944  
William Sample

William Sample, 82, of Mouers
Forks, N.Y.. passed awuy Jun. 2nd
1944 at the C. V. Hospital. Plattsburgh
Mr. Sample was born March 25
1861. at Moore.s Forks, and spend
his entire life In that community.
Mr. Sample wa.s predeceased by
his wife eight years ago.
Ten children survive. There are
six sons, Wright. Lawrence. David,
and Perry or .Mooer.s Fork., Everest,
and Carl of Barte. Vt.; four
daughters Mrs. Frank McComo,
Mooer.s Forks; Mrs. Lester Hamilton.
Mrs. Edward Latour and Mrs.
Delbert Warren, all of Plattsbugh
Also surviving are one sister, Mrs
Sarah Bradley, of Moore.s; two Brothers
James Sample. Ogdensourg
and Walter Sample. Adams. Mass.,
also 34 grandchildren, and 25 great-
grand children.
Funeral services were held Jan.
5th at the Methodist Church at
Mooer.s Fork.-;. Rev. Hilton Post,
acting pastor, officiated. Two beau-
tiful hymn: -When the Roll is Call-
ed Up Yonder.” and “Will the Cir-
cle Be Unbroken.” were sung by
Rev. and Mrs. MuGaimhey. Mrs.
Donald Spencer, and Sherman
Miller, the organist was Mrs.
Thomas Armstrong.
The pallbearers were his .six sons.
A large number of friends, and
relatives attended the funeral
Those from out of town were Mr
and Mrs. Sample, Cheshire, Mass.;
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cormier. West-
field, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. James
Sample. Osdsnsburg; Mrs. William
Carmanati. Earre. Vt.; Walter Sam-
pie, Adams, Mass ; and several
 friends and relatives from Covey
 Hill, and Hemmingford. Que. The
 body reposes in the vault at the|
 Union cemetery waiting interment.

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Zepher J LaValley

 Press Republican Dec 7, 1972  

Zepher J LaValley

Beekmantown- Zepher J LaValley 61
of Plattsburgh RD 1 died Wedensday
at the Mary Fletcher Unit of Vermont
Medical Center, Burlingtion.
Mr LaValley was born on Sept 11,
1912 son of John and Agnes (Miller)
LaValley.
He was a self-employed carpenter
and a member of St Joseph’s Chruch
in West Chazy.
Survivors include his with the former
Margaret M Nephew of Beekmantown,
three sons Leonard of Beekmantown,
Lawrence of Peru and Gerald of
Beekmantown, Two daughters
Mrs. Roy (Theresa) Stone of Beek-
mantown and Mrs. Robert
(Marion) Dragoon  of Batavia; one
brother, Amos LaValley of Beekmantown;
seven sisters. Mrs  Michael
(Neddie) Santori of Plattsburgh
 Ida Hebert of Champlain
 Mrs. Benjamin (Helen) Nephew Jr.
of West Chazy,Mrs George (Lillian) Blades
 of Kalamazoo,Mich., Mrs. Orville (Leona)
Moose and Mrs Irene Nephew of
West Chazy and Mrs Mildred Gagnier of
Chazy and 14 grandchildren.
Calling hours will be today from 2 to 4
and 7 to 9 at the R.W. Walker Funeral
Home.
Funeral services will be Monday at
11 am at St Joseph’s Church in
West Chazy with burial in the
Parish cemetery.

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Joseph Cayea

Press Republican TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1950

JOSEPH CAYEA, 87, DIES.
AT ELLENBURG DEPOT-

Joseph Cayea, 87, a lifelong resident
of Ellenburg Depot, died at his
home early yesterday morning following
a lenglthy illness.
Mr. Cayea, a farmer, was married
to the former Roseanna King, Feb.
28; 1892. He is survived, by his wife
•and four sons, Wilfred, William and
Walter, all of Ellenburg Depot, and;
Raymond of Champlain.
Funeral services will be held tomorrow
morning at 9:30 o’clock in
St. Edmund’s Church, Ellenburg.
The body will be placed in the vault
in, the church cemetery to await
burial in the Spring.

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Roseanna King

CHATEAUGAY Record, N. Y. THURSDAY, NOV. 13, 1958 Mrs Roseanna C a y ea Passes Away Mrs. Roseanna Cayea, 82, died Sunday night, November 9, 1958 a t the home of her son, Walter Cayea, EIienburg Depot. She was the wife of the late Joseph Cayea, Ellenburg. Mrs. Cayea was born March 15, 1876. She is survived by four sons: Walter, Wilfred, William and Raymond Cayea, EHenburg Depot, 14 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren. Funeral services were held on Wednesday at St. Edmund’s Church EHenburg Corners.

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Malcolm C. Breyette

Press Republican SATURDAY,,
DECEMBER 12,1992
Malcolm C. Breyette

PLATTSBIJRGH – Malcolm C.
Breyette, 68, of Cumberland
Head died Friday, Dec. 11, 1992,
at the CVPH Medical Center. .
He was born in Plattsburgh
Dec. 5, 1924, son of the late
Francis and Sophia (Miller)
Breyette.
He was a- communicant of St.
Mary’s of the Lake Church on
Cumberland Head, the owner
and operator of Malcolm Breyette
and Son Contracting, a veteran
of World War II, serving in the
US Army, a member of the Plattsburgh
Lodge of Elks 621 for
more than 20 years and a
member of the Knights of Columbus
Council 7271 on
Cumberland Head for over twenty
years.
Survivors include his wife, the
former Winifred Follett of
Cumberland Head; three sons
and two daughters-in-law,
Stephen And Cindy Breyette of
Plattsburgh, Scott and Jeri
Breyette of West Chazy and Jeffrey
Breyette of Plattsburgh; four
daughters and three sons-in-law,
Susan and Leonard Schlacter of
Beekmantown , Mary and
Michael Almon of Sharpstown,
Md., Jane and Russell Frazier of
South Burlington,V.T, and Jenny
Pelkey of Plattsburgh; two
brothers and two sisters-in-law,
Leo Brevette of Plattsburgh,
Gene and Peggy Brevette of Platts-
burgh and Marie  Breyette of
Plattsburgh; and eight grandchildren
and several nieces and
nephews.
A brother, Norman Breyette,
died earlier.
Calling hours will be Sunday
-from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9p.m. at the
Brown Funeral Home in~Plattshurgh.
Members of the K of C
Council 7271 and the Rev Daniel
Keefe will hojd a vigil service at 8
p.m. Sunday.
A Mass of Christian burial will
be celebrated Monday at 11 a.m.
at St Mary’s of the Lake Church.
Burial will follow in the parish
cemetery.
Donations may be made in his
memory- to the St. Mary’s of the
Lake Building Fund or to Clinton
County Hospice

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Leo L Breyette

PLATTSBURGH — Leo L. Breyette, 81, of Beekman Street, Plattsburgh, died Sunday, May 15, 2005, at CVPH Medical Center.
He was born in Plattsburgh Sept. 25, 1923, the son of Francis J. and Sophia (Miller) Breyette. Leo retired after 41 1/2 years as crossing guard at Bailey Avenue School and was recipient of many awards for his dedicated service to the children. He was a member of St. Peter

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