Selected Families and Individuals



Obituary (from newspaper of 2 Dec. 1970):  ALEXANDRIA BAY---Parker C. Lambert, 72, of 18 Rock St., a retired farmer, died 9 p.m. Thuesday in the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown, where he had been admitted 12 hours earlier.

    The funeral will be Friday at 2 p.m. in the Giltz Funeral Home, Rev. David Bergner, pastor, Reformed Church of the Thousand Isles, officiating.  Burial will be in Redwood Cemetery.

    Friends may call at the funeral home this evening from 7 to 9 and Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.  A masonic service will be held Thrusday at 8 p.m.

    He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary M. Lambert; two daughters, Mrs. Lawrence (Lillian) Curtis, New Hartford, and Mrs. Terrance (Charlotte) Renning, Watertown; two sisters, Mrs. Otto (Pearl) Felder, Redwood, and Mrs. Laura Schneider,
Plessis, and four grandchildren.

    Born in Alexadria Bay Jan. 9, 1898, son of James and Charlotte Huck Lambert, he attended Alexandria Bay schools and was employed on river boats in his early life.  A farmer most of his life, he last operated a farm on the
Ogdensburg-Redwood Road until retiring two and a half years ago and moving to the village.  On June 8, 1938, he married Mary Mulligan of Cape Vincent in Cape Vincent.

    He was a member of the Reformed Church of the Thousand Isles, a 50-year Grange [member] and a member of Masonic Lodge 297, Alexandria Bay.


1  CMNT Lived In The Thousand Islands Park In 1896

Asa emigrated into the Thousand Islands Park 20 June 1889; he was naturalized 20 July 1896, at age 21.


Obituary (from newspaper of 16 July 1973):  CLAYTON---Jessie A. Grandee, 77, wife of Daniel E. Grandee, died Saturday at the Edward John Noble Hospital, Aledxandria Bay.

    The funeral will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Cummings Funeral Home, Rev. Robert L. Mowatt of the Clayton Baptist Church officiating.

    Burial will be in the Clayton Cemetery.

    Mrs. Grandee is survived by her husband; a son, George Elliott, Canada; a sister, Viola Murray, Toronto; two grandsons, and a granddaughter.

    Mrs. Grandee was bron on Gardiner's Island, Canada, the daughter of William and Minerva Elliott.  She came to the United States at the age of 15 and became a naturalized citizen at the time of her marriage to Daniel E. Grandee, Clayton, on
Sept. 5, 1914.

    Mr. and Mrs. Grandee have lived in Rochester, Copenhagen, Brewerton, Syracuse, Cape Vincent, Clayton, and various other locations throughout the United States.

    Mrs. Grandee was a member of the Rebeccas, Lodge 228, and the Ladies Auxiliary 40, both of Jackson, Mich.


1  CMNT Arrived In 1818 Town Of Clayton.