Selected Families and Individuals


Francis DODGE

Obituary (from Watertown Daily Times of 16 Dec. 1902):  CHAUMONT---Francis Dodge died this morning at 3 at the home of his son, Amasa Dodge, near Depauville, aged 80 years.

    Mr. Dodge is survived by six children, five sons and a daughter, Amasa of Depauville, Charles, Denton and Byron who reside in Michigan, Melvin of Rosiere, and Mrs. Hattie Vincent of Clayton.

    The funeral services will be held at the late home Wednesday at 11 a.m.

Lucinda THOMAS

Death notice (from Watertown Daily Times of 19 Aug. 1890):  DODGE---At her home in the town of Clayton, August 11, 1890, Lucinda, wife of Francis Dodge, aged 64 years 9 months and 1 day.


Comment: Had Half-Sister, Mrs. Etta Gamble
Obituary (from newspaper of 4 August 1952):  SACKETS HARBOR---Orin D. Boulton, 69, a former trustee of this village, died Saturday evening in the Mercy Hospital, Watertown, where he had been a patient for a day.  In poor health for the past
three years, he became seriously ill at his home on Thursday.
    Funeral services will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Johnson Funeral Home, Dexter, Rev. Louis E. Rose, pastor of the United Church of Sackets Harbor, officiating.  Friends may call at the funeral home from 7 to 9 tonight.  Burial will be in
Lakeside Cemetery, Sackets Harbor.
    Mr. Boulton was born at Sackets Harbor, Dec. 30, 1882, a son of Charles and Maria McWayne Boulton.  He lived all his life in the town of Hounsfield and Sackets Harbor except for recent winters which he spent in Florida.
    He married Miss Winnie Dodge of Rosiere, at the home of her parents, July 3, 1906.  They operated Boulton's Beach at Sackets Harbor for about 30 years.
    Mr. Boulton was also a member of the Sackets Harbor Volunteer Fire Department and the Knights of Pythias.
    Surviving, besides his wife, are: a daughter, Mrs. George (Ruth) Trapp of Albany; a son, Kern C. Boulton of Sackets Harbor; a brother, Charles Boulton of Sackets Harbor; a half-sister, Mrs. Etta Gamble of Pittsburg, Pa., five grandchildren
and several nieces and nephews.

Winnie Arvilla DODGE

Obituary (from newspaper of 15 March 1963):  SACKETS HARBOR---Mrs. Winnie A. Dodge Boulton, 78, widow of Orin D. Boulton, died at 3 p.m. Friday in a hospital in Tampa, Fla., of a probable cerebral hemorrhage.  She was admitted to the hospital
only a few hours before her death.

    The body will arrive in Syracuse by train late tonight.  Friends may call at the Johnson Funeral Home, Dexter, from 10 a.m. to noon on Tuesday.

    The funeral will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Johnson Funeral Home with Rev. Leroy Hertzog, pastor of the United Church, officiating.  Burial will be in Lakeside Cemetery.

    Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Ruth Trapp, Ballast Point, Fla., near Tampa, with whom Mrs. Boulton spent the winters; a son, Kern C., Sackets Harbor; four brothers, Emmett Dodge, Grindstone Island; Erwin Didge, St. Lawrence Corners; Gerald
Dodge, Depauville; and Francis Dodge, Virginia; five grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.

    Mrs. Boulton was born in Saginaw, Mich., Feb. 6, 1885, a daughter of Melvin J. and Rhoba Bass Dodge.  The family moved to Rosiere years ago and Mrs. Boulton had lived in the Rosiere and Cape Vincent area.  She was graduated from Dexter
High School in 1906.

    On July 3, 1906, at the home of her parents, she was married to Orin Boulton, a native of Sackets Harbor.  They lived in Sackets Harbor and operated a farm and Boulton's Beach about 30 years.  Mr. Boulton, a one-time trustee of the
village, died Aug. 2, 1952, at the age of 69.

    After her husband's death, Mrs. Boulton spent her summers here and winters in Florida.

Margaret J. SMITH

1  CMNT of Dixon's Landing, Canada

Charles P. BASS

Charles was a Private in the Civil War in Co. A, 81st Ny Infantry; he enlisted 13 Oct. 1861 and was discharged 12 July 1863, serving 1 yr, 9 months.  He was wounded in the forefinger.

Frances Harriet GLICE

1  CMNT of Marysville