Philomena (Mina) Alberta Langevin

Chateaugay Record FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1936
Mrs Floyd P Warner

On December 25 1936 Mrs Floyd
Warner passed away at her home in
Darien Center N.Y after an illness of
about two months during that time she
bore her sufferings with patience and
Mrs Warner whose maiden name was
Mina Langevin was born at
Ormstown , Que 37 years ago a
daughter of Mr and Mrs Paul Langevin
of Ellenburg. She qraduated from the
Chateaugay High School and Training
Class in 1918 and taught school 5 years
before her marriage to Floyd P Warner
12 years agon in Darien Center.
She was devoted to her Husband and
She leaves to mourn her loss her
husband four children, LeVene, Mary
Lucille, Monica and Anita. Her parnets
Mr and Mrs Paul Langevin of Ellenburg
six sisters, Mrs. Sam Patnode, of
Ellenburg Center, Mrs. Ray McQuaid
of Buffalo, Sister M. Angela. Sister M.
Paula, Sister M, Bonaventure, of St
Joseph convent, St. Mary’s, Pa., August
of Darien Center, four brothers Roderick
of Ellenburg Center, Edgar of Arizona, Paul
of Buffalo, and Gerald of Ellenburg.
She is the first of eleven children to break
the family circle, She was burried from
Darien Center Catholic Church

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Roderick H. Langevin


Roderick H. Langevin, 70,
of Star Lake died, February 7,
in the Clifton Fine Hospital.
The funeral was held
Thunday at St. Hubert’s Church
at Star Lake with Rev. James J.
Ruddy officiating. Spring burial
will be In the church cemetery.
Mr. Langevin was a past
member of Troop B. at Malone’
and also conducted a milk route
at Oswcgatchie for several years
and drove the school bus for the
Clifton-Fine School for 20 years.
He was formerly from Ellenburg,
Surviving, besides his widow
are two daughters, Mrs. William
(Paula) Malady, Cochirantton
Pa. and Mrs. William (Elizabeth)
Goodrow, of Lyons. Four sons,
Maxwell, Star Lake, Frank,
Grovener, Roderick Jr. and
Bruce, “Oswegatchie, 16 grand,
children, two brothers, Paul of
‘Buffalo Gerald, Falls  Church
Va. Six sister, Sisters Paul,
Angela, Bonaventure and Jean
Marie, Mrs. Clarinda Mcquaid
Buffalo and Mrs. Jeannette
Patnode of Plattsburgh.

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Augusta Ann Patenaude

Chateaugay Record Thursday, April 28 1960

Mrs. Langevin
Died Thursday

Mrs. Paul Langevin (Augusto
Ann) died Thursday, April
14th, at the Andrew Kaul Memorial
Hospital in St. Mary’s
Mrs. Langevin was born September
10, 1872, in St. Antoine
Abbe, Que., the daughter of Maxime
and Philomena (Benoit)
Patnaude. There she married
Paul Langevin but most of their
married life was spent in Ellenburg.
After the death of
her husband in 1943 she made
her home with her children.
The last two years she has
been with her daughters, who
are in the Order of St. Benedict
at St. Mary’s. Pa. She also
has a granddaughter Sister
Kathleen in the same order.
She was a member of this
Third Order of St. Benedict and
also a member of Court St. Helen
No. 100 in Chateaugay for
many years.
Survivors include thrae sons,
Roderick Star Lake; Paul Buffalo
and Gerald, C S. Navy, at
Alburuerque, N. M.; six daughters:
Mrs. Jeannette Patnode,
Fort Jackson; Mrs. Clarinda
McQuaid, Buffalo; Sister M.
(Pauline) Angela; Sister M.
(Lillian) Paula; Sister M. ‘MariJp)
Bpwavienture anid Sister
(Augusta) Jean Marie, all of
the Benedicine Convent at St.
Mary’s, 32 grandchildren and
B!i great grandchildren; a sister
Mrs. A .F .Mochon, Txvng Beach,
California. A daughter Mrs.
Floyd (Mina) Warner and a
son Edgar predeceased her.
The late Mrs. E. G. S. Gagnier,
Churubusco; and Mrs. Clarinda
Cassidy, Chateaugay, were sisters
of Mrs. Langevin.
A solemn requiem mass was
celebrated at Sacred Heart Church
at St. Mary’s Pa., Monday
April 18. She was buried in
the robes of the Order and all
her children were present

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Edgar Langevin


Ellenburg Man Found
Dead In Bed.

Ellenburg —Edgar Langevin, 39,
was found dead in his bed Sunday
morning about 4 o’clock. His body
was found by his mother.
Mr. Langevin had been ill for
the past 18 years, following an Injury
which he received at Lyon
He was born in Ellenburg Center,
the son of Mrs. Augusta Ann
Langevin and the late Paul Langevin.
Surviving are his mother and
the following sisters and brothers:
Mrs. Samuel Patnode, Ellenburg
Center; Mrs Roy Mcquaid, Kenmore,
N. Y Sister M. Angela, Sister
M. Paula and Sister M. Bonaventure,
and Sister Jean Marie, all
of St. Joseph’s Convent, Mary’s, Pa
Lt. G J. Langevin, Southwest. Pacific
area; Roderick Langevin, Oswegatchie,
N. Y.; Paul Langevin, Jr,
Buffalo. A sister, Mrs. Mina Warmer,
died in 1935.
There are also surviving, several
nieces and the following aunts, Mrs.
Edmund Robare and Mrs Jeanette,
Gagnier, Churubusco; and Mrs. Albert
Machon, Long Beach, Calif.

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Jeannette Caroline Langevin

Press-Republican—Saturday July 30,1983
Jeannette Patnode
Jeannette Patnode, 83, of 71D Cornelia
St., Plattsburgh, died Thursday,
July 28,1983, in the Clifton Springs
She was born Jan. 25, 1900, in
Churubusco, the daughter of Paul
and Augusta (Patenaude)
She was a member of the Legion
of Mary, the Altar and Rosary
Society, the Catholic Daughters of
America, and Right to Life.
Survivors include four sons, Sam
Patnode of Massena, Joseph Patnode
of Orange, Calif., Raymond
Patnode of East Hanover, N.J., and
Paul Patnode of Hawaii; eight
daughters, Mrs. Richard (Rita)
Pelotte of Massena, Mrs. John
(Marie) Walko of Pittsburgh, Pa.,
Mrs. Stanley (Rose) Moore of
Rouses Point, Mrs. Phillip
(Theresa) Corso of Babylon, Mrs.
Cecil (Gemma) Moore of Potsdam,
Mrs. Harold (Jeannette) Stacey of
Saranac Lake, Mrs. James
(Marguerite) McAuliffe of Canandagua,
and Mrs. Jared (Bernadette)
LaGoy of Schenectady;
two brothers, Paul Langevin of
Tonawanda and Joe Langevin of
Washington, D.C.; four sisters, Mrs.
Clarinda McQuaid of Buffalo, Sister
Angela, Sister Paul and Sister Jean
Marie, all of St. Mary’s, Pa.; 43
grandchildren, and 10 great grandchildren.
Calling hours will be from 7 to 9 today
and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday
at the O’Neill-Redden-Drown
Funeral Home in Plattsburgh.
Funeral services will be at 11 a.m.
Monday at St. John’s Church in
Burial will be in St. Edmund’s
Cemetery in Ellenburg.

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Paul Langevin

Press Republican Oct 13, 1942

Paul Langevin

Paul Langevin died Thursday
morning at his home in Ellenburg
He was born at Jericho N. Y., on
April 11 1870, and died October 15,
1942. He married Augusta Ann
Patenaude on November 9, 1897, at
St. Antoine Abbe, Que.
He was the father of 11 children
His wife and 10 of them survive:
Mrs. Jeanette Patnode, of Ellenburg
Mrs. Clorinda Mcquaid, of Kenmore,
N. Y., Sisters M. Angela, M.
Paula, M. Bonaventure, Jen Marie
all in the Benedictine Order at St.
Mary’s Pa.; four sons, Roderick, of
Oswegatchie; Edgar, of Ellenburg;
Paul, of Los Angeles; Gerald stationed
in New York, with the U. S.
navy, one sister, Mrs. Edmond
Robert,of Ellenburg.
The funeral was  held^Saturday,
October 17th, at St. Edmond’s church
at Ellenburg. Those from out of
town attending were: His grandson,
LaVerne Warner, of Niagara
Mrs. E. G. S. Gagnier and son Edgar,
of Churubusco;



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Benjamin Jarvis


B. Jarvis, 83,
dies in Syracuse

Benjamin Jarvis, 83, of Camlllus,
N. Y. died Friday, February
19th at a Nursing Home
following a long Illness,
Born in Chateaugay, a son of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jarvis, he
lived in this area until two years
ago when he moved to Camlllus
He was employed at the Aluminum
Company of Massena until
his retirement several years ago.
He was married to Miss Mamie
Blair who predeceased him in
 Surviving are two sons, Marvin
B. and Clarence R. Jarvis,
both of Rome; four daughters,
Mrs, Loretta Martin and Mrs,
Marjorie Button, both of
Camillus, Mrs, Maureen Brown
and Mrs, Joan Robare, both of
Rome; a brother, Theodore Jarvis
of Springfield, Mass.; 33
grand-children and 36 great grand-
Services were held Monday at
the B.L. Bush and Sons Funeral
Home, 10 Genesee St., Camillus,
and at 9 a,m, in St. Joseph’s
Church, Camillus. Spring burial
will be in St, Mary’s Cemetery.

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Eli Jarvis

Chateaugay Record
FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1949.

Eli Jarvis Funeral
Here Monday

Eli Jarvis died suddenly at his
home in Norwood “last Thursday
night from a heart attack.
Mr Jarvis was born in Chateaugay
70 years ago. a son of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Jarvis. Practically
his entire lifetime had “been passed
in the barber business.
Eli. Jarvis was united in marriage
to Miss Katherine Fairbanks, of
Ellenburg Center, about 45 years
ago Surviving are his widow, two
sisters. Mrs. Nelson Patnode. of
Chateaugay, Mrs.” Alice Martin, of
Watertown. and three bothers, William,
of Norwood. Ben, of -Malone.
and Theodore, of Springfield, Mass.
The funeral services were held at
St. Patrick’s church in Chateaugay
on Monday morning.

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Josephine Jarvis

Chateaugay Record

Death Claimed
Mrs. N Patnode
Early Sunday

Mrs. Josephine Patnode, widow
of the late Nelson Patnode,
died on Sunday morning after a
long illness.
Mrs- Patnode was born In
Chateaugay on December 27,
1878. a daughter of the late Louis
and Mary Moses Jarvis. All
of her life was passed in this
community. The deceased attended
Chateaugay High School.
On February 10. 1902. her
marriage to Nelson Patnode
took place at St. Patrick’s ch-
They owned and operated a
farm for many years- His death
occurred on June 24, 1962. A
daughter, Mrs. Willard Marie
King died in November, 1958.
She took great pleasure in
caring and comforting for the
members of her family and was
a good friend and neighbor and
a true Christian woman. Her
death is deeply mourned and
the members of her family will
receive the full measure of sympathy.
Surviving arc one daughter.
Mrs. Albert Marie King. 2 sons
Marvin and Leonard, Chateaugay;
one sister, Mrs. Alice Hatch.
California, two brothers.
Theodore Jarvis . Springfield.
Mass.: .and Benjamin Jarvis.
Malone; seven grandchildren
and 9 great grandchildren.
The body was taken to the
home of her son, Marvin Patnode
on Iron Avenue, and funeral
services took place at St.
Patrick’s church Wednesday
morning. Interment was in the
church cemetery.

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William Jarvis

Chateaugay Record
Dec 18 1958


William Jarvis died at his home in
Norwood at 2:30 a. m. on Sunday,
December 15th, after a long illness.
Mr. Jarvis was born on October 11,
1876, at Chateaugay, a son of Louis
and Marlon (Moses) Jarvis. He became
a barber’s apprentice at the
shop of the late Joseph 0. Lancto at
Chateaagay on June 22, 1898.
On April 22, 1902, he married Miss
Eva Sancomb, daughter of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sancomb at
Mr. Jarvis continued barbering at
Chateaugay until he went to Gouverneur
where he owned and operated a
shop. In 1926 he moved to Norwood
where he had since lived.
At Norwood Mr. Jarvis and his
brother, Eli Jarvis, purchased a harboring
business. The two brothers
operated a shop until 1947, when Donald
Jarvis, William’s son, purchased
the share of Eli Jarvis and went
into partnership with his father.
In addition to his barber shop Mr.
Jarvis owned and operated a dairy
farm at Daily Ridge for several
Mr. Jarvis was active in the town
bands of the three communities in
which be spent his lifetime. He led
the Norwood town band for many
Surviving are his widow, three daughters
and three sons: Mrs. Rodney
(Kathleen) Babette, Mrs. Frank
(Evelyn) Vaisey, Norwood; Mrs.
Anna Schultz, Canastota; Donald and
William, Jr., Norwood; Francis, Arabia;
also two sisters, Mrs. Nelson
((Josephine) Patnode, Chateaugay;
Mrs. Alice Hatch, Phoenix, N. Y.;
Theodore, Springfield, Mass.; and
Benjamin, Malone. There are 19
grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Three children predeceased their father,
Marion, Gerald and Bernard.
Funeral services were held at St.
Andrew’s Church, Norwood, on Wednesday
morning. Rev. Francis Maguire,
pastor, officiated. Burial will
be made in St. Patrick’s cemetery at
Chateaugay in the Spring.

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