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Mrs. Florence Peebles Thesier Bride of John Maher at Ceremony Monday Morning
Mrs. Florence Peebles Thesier and John Maher were married Monday morning at the St. Peters church at eight o’clock, Very Reverend George L. Murray officiating. The Attendants were Miss Ruth Maher and George Maher, sister and nephew of the groom. Mrs. Maher wore a navy blue silk suit with accessories of blue. She carried white bridal roses. Miss Maher wore eel grey crepe with accessories to match and carried pink rapture roses. Her traveling dress was grey crepe with accessories in blue and an eel grey swagger coat. Mr. Maher attended Copenhagen high school and is now engaged in farming at New Boston. Mrs. Maher is a private nurse at the local hospital. After the ceremony the bridal party returned to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peebles where dinner was served to members of the immediate families. After a short wedding trip they will be at home in New Boston.
As reported Thursday, September 21, 1933 page 8, column 2 in The Journal and Republican, Lowville, New York.
EUGENE THESIER DROWNED
Sinks Before Companions Can Give Aid While Bathing at Whitaker’s Falls
Eugene Thesier, 23, of West Martinsburg, son of Mrs. Rosanna and the late Moses Thesier, was drowned at 12:30 p.m., Tuesday while bathing at Whitaker’s falls, near Martinsburg.
Mr. Thesier, with four companions, Harold Edick, Stanley Borowiec, Leon Fikes and Russell Peebles, members of a road construction crew working on the Martinsburg-Glenfield highway, decided to go swimming after their noon lunch, and it is believe Mr. Thesier was overcome by cramps, and was drowned before his companions could render assistance. The water varied from seven to 25 feet deep in the vicinity where the drowning occurred.
Eugene Thesier was a son of Mrs. Rosana and the late Moses Thesier and had lived in the county the past 15 years, coming here with parents and family from Gouverneur. About a year ago he married Miss Florence Peebles, of West Martinsburg, who survives. Also surviving are his mother, two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Lashbrook, Philadelphia, N.Y., and Mrs. Edith Brunett, Richville; and nine brothers, Leo, Moses, Medios, Albert and Louis, of Lowville; William and Joseph, of Syracuse; Anthony Thesier, Elk Lake, Ont., and Napoleon Thesier, Copenhagen.
The funeral will be held Saturday morning from St. Peter’s church, Lowville, and the burial will be in Rural cemetery.
As reported Thursday, July 14, 1927, page 5, column 1 in The Journal and Republican, Lowville, New York.
Thesier Eugene X.
12 Jul Martinsburg 43166
New York. Albany. Department of Health, Vital Records Section. “Death Index, 1927”, entry for Eugene X. Thesier; preservation microfiche. New York State Archives, Albany.
FindaGrave Memorial # 65808064
Miss Florence Peebles Bride of Eugene Thesier at St. Peter’s Church Ceremony.
Miss Florence Peebles, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Peebles, of West Martinsburg, and Eugene Thesier, son of Mrs. Rosanna Thesier, of Hamblin’s Corners, were married at St. Peter’s church Monday, August 16th, by Rev. George L. Murray.
The attendants were Miss Glendora Peebles, sister of the bride, and Louis Thesier, brother of the groom. The wedding march was played by Miss Mildred Sherer. Mrs. Aloysius Burkhart sand “O Salutaris” and “I Love You Truly.” The gown of the bride was baby blue georgette, trimmed with flesh color. Her har was flesh color and hose were of blond. The bridesmaid wore salmon flat crepe with hat and hose to match. Here shoes were black satin. The bride carried an arm bouquet of blue and white asters mixed with asparagus aspringe and tied with white satin. The bridesmaid carried an arm bouquet of salmon and white asters mixed with asparagus aspringe and tied with white satin.
A wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride to the the wedding party. After a honeymoon to Syracuse and points through the western and northern part of the state they will be at home at West Martinsburg. The bride is a teacher and the groom is a farmer. Pre-nuptial affairs were given by Mrs. Mose Thesier and Mrs. Earl K. Stanton and Mrs. Harley N. Stanton. Mr. and Mrs. Medios Thesier gave a reception in their honor Monday night, August 23d. More than one hundred persons were in attendance. The company presented them with a beautiful down puff and a purse of money. They departed at a late hour wishing the happy couple many years of happly wedded life.
As reported Thursday, August 26, 1926, page 5, column 2 in The Journal and Republican and Lowville Times, Lowville, New York.
Boys and Girls Calf Club.
Among the list of consignors in the Boys’ and Girls’ Calf Club, who are offering stock for sale on September 8 at the county fair are Harry Ainsworth, Lyons Falls; Luella Beechwood, Turin; Clarence Benedict, Glenfield; Albert Benedict, Glenfield; Charles Bowman, Lowvllle; Mary Pearl Brenon, Constableville; Mildred I. Burton, Greig; Kenneth Congor, Lowville; Harold Congor, Lowville; Eleanor Gillen, Lyons Falls; Winifred Gordon, Lowville; Floyd Gordon, Lowville; James Leland Hall, Lowville; Frank Hines, Port Leyden; Winifred Hoffman, Lyons Falls; Madeline Hoffman, Lyons Falls; Helen Hovey, Lyons Falls; Francis Johnson, Lowville; Mildred Johnson, Lowville; Hazel Lee, Glenfield; Charles H. North, Copenhagen; Merrell Phalen, Copenhagen; Reese Potter, Lyons Falls; Terrence Riley, Port Leyden; Lila Smith, Copenhagen; Eugene Thesier, Lowville; William Twitchell, Denmark; Glyndon Waters, Glenfleld; Leona Wood, Copenhagen.
As reported Thursday, August 26, 1920, page 5, column 2 in The Journal and Republican and Lowville Times, Lowville, New York.
The following pupils of district No. 6 during April had a perfect attendance: Rosella Roy, Winifred Gordon, Eugene and Albert Thesier, Donald Henry, Ernest and Leon Monroe, Floyd Gordon. Arbor Day was appropriately observed by tree planting and exercises followed by a dinner at the school house.
As reported Thursday, May 10, 1917, page 3, column 5 in The Journal and Republican and Lowville Times, Lowville, New York.
Pupils having perfect attendance during the month of December, were Winifred Gordon, Roslea Roy, Floyd Gordon, Albert Thesier, Agnes Thesier , Lyle Seymour, Ernest Monroe, Leon Monroe.
As reported Thursday, January 11, 1917, page 6, column 6 in The Journal and Republican and Lowville Times, Lowville, New York.
 Agnes Thesier refers to Eugene, Albert’s older brother.
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& Rosanna Charette
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New York. Albany. Department of Health, Vital Records Section. “Birth Index, 1904”, entry for m[ale] Thesier; preservation microfiche. New York State Archives, Albany.