Received this information about Egdar Rheome Helen's brother:
Mon 7/29/2019 11:29 AM
I saw your posting on Rheome and as a had a few in my files I looked for your names and found this for Edgar Rheome who is buried in BLC:
Funeral services for Edgar W. Rheome, 75, 511 Ogden St., Ogdensburg, were held Tuesday with a Prayer Service at 10 a.m. at the Fox Funeral Home in Ogdensburg and a Funeral Mass at 11 a.m. at St. Peter's Church in.... burial in Black Lake. Rheome. He was born in Ogdensburg on Dec. 22, 1910, son of Andrew Rheome and Josephine Ferguson Rheome. He was married to Venita House on Oct. 2, 1940 at St. Patrick's Church in Rossie with Rev. C. Collins officiating. He served in the Army from 1943 to 1946 during World War II. He was later employed at the former Cleveland Container Company in Ogdensburg for 10 years. He was employed as a construction laborer for the former Fletcher-McCarthy Construction Company and the Morley Construction Company in Ogdensburg until he retired in 1972. He was a licensed fishing guide in Black Lake. He was an avid sportsman......
Published on February 10, 2000, Page 33, Watertown Daily Times
LAURA R. APPLE WORKED AT SHADE ROLLER
Laura R. Apple, 87, formerly of Riverview Towers, died Wednesday at St. Joseph's Home, where she had resided since Feb. 2, 1996.
Mrs. Apple worked at Standard Shade Roller for 18 years before her marriage.
She was a communicant of Notre Dame Church a member of the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars auxiliaries and the Golden Age Club.
Born May 27, 1912, in Ogdensburg, daughter of Andrew and Josephine Ferguson Rheome, she married Miles Apple on June 24,
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Rheome, 523 Rensselaer Avenue, announce the marriage of their daughter, Laura Josephine, to Myles Frederick Apple, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Apple of Hammond. They were married on Saturday, June 24, at Notre Dame Rectory by Rev. Leon F . Legault. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Austin, also of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Apple will reside in Ogdensburg. 19
Andrew E. Rheome Dies At Hospital Andrew E. Rheome, 75, died last night (Oct. 7, 1949) at the A. Barton Hepburn Hospital, where he had been a patient for ten days. He had undergone a major operation and failed to rally. Born in Oswegatchie, Sept. 25, 1874, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Rheome Sr., Mr. Rheome was educated in local schools and was a bricklayer and mason by occupation. He worked on such construction projects as the St. Lawrence State Hospital and the A. Barton Hepburn Hospital. On June 18, 1901, he was married to Josephine Ferguson at the Notre Dame Church in a ceremony performed by the late Rev. P. O. LaRose. Surviving are his wife, four sons, Orville, Edward, Clarence and George, all of Ogdensburg; two daughters, Mrs. William (Irene) Barling, Prescott and Mrs. Miles (Laura) Apple, Ogdensburg; two brothers, William and Alfred Rheome, both of Ogdensfourg and one sister, Mrs. Ellen Decair, Ogdensburg. Seven grandchildren also survive. Mr. Rheome was a member of the Notre Dame Church Parish and the Bricklayer's' Union. Funeral services will be held from his late home Monday at 10 a.m. and at 10:30 a.m.'in Notre Dame Church. Burial will be made in the family plot at Notre Dame Cemetery. 1949
—The marriage of Miss Josephine Ferguson and Andrew Rheome took place last evening at Notre Dame church, Very Rev. P. O. Larose officiating 1900
Parents of Andrew Rheome, Jr:
A small frame dwelling at the corner of Gilbert and Congress streets was burned Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. It was owned by J. P. Ames and occupied by Andrew Rheome, a laborer. Rheoms, who is a widower, lived with his four children in the house. Hattie, his 13-year-old daughter, was baking bread, and left the house for a short time to escape the heat of the cook stove. When she returned she found the kitchen in flames. The neighborhood was alarmed, and the fire-department was called to the scene. Owing to the distance from the house to the nearest box, about three eighths of a mile, considerable time had elapsed before the firemen arrived, and the building was enveloped in flames. The house with its contents was entirely destroyed. The total loss is about $500. Mr. Ames carried $250 insurance on the house. Bheome has been singularly unfortunate during the past year. First his wife died and then three of his children, and he can ill afford his latest misfortune. Three of his family are small, ranging in ages from 13 to 6 years. 1900 OJ
Children of Andrew Rheome, Sr:
Mrs. Ellen Decare, 90, wi dow of Josepqh Decare, 100. Congress St., died at the famil; residence early Saturday morn ing, May 30. Death was due t< the infirmities of old age. Born in Rossie, on Sept.l' 1869, Mrs. Decare was th daughter of the late Andre and Helen Delair Rheome. Sh •received her early education i: rural schools at Rossie, and o- Jan. 4, 1893, she married Josep! Decare of Ogdensburg at Notr Dame Church, with the la+ Rev. P. O. Larose officiatii.. Mr. Decare died about 50 year ago. Mrs. Decare was a meirbe of Notre Dame Church,. Surviving her death are son, Henry, Ogdensburg, and brother, William Rheome, als of this city. Four grandchildre also survive as do severs nieces and nephews. The body is resting at the La londe-Briggs Funeral Horn where services will be he] Tuesday at 9 a. m., followe by a requiem funeral mass i 9:30 at Notre Dame Churcl Burial will follow in the famil plot at Notre Dame Cemetery. OJ 1959
Mrs. Harriet Celenzo died unexpectedly this morning at her home, 629 Main St. A daughter of Andrew and Helen Delair Rheome, Mrs. Celenzo mas bom in this city and had resided here practically all her life. She was a member of Notre Dame Church. Surviving besides her husband, Joseph Celenzo, are a son, Edgar, one daughter, Mrs. Helen Weebar and a sister, Mrs. Helen Decaire, all of this city; three brothers, Andrew, Fred and William Rheome, all of Ogdensburg. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. 1939
Alfred A. Rehome, 62, Metropolitan Insurance agent, died at A. -Barton Hepburn Hospital at 8:10 p.m. Saturday (Feb. 16, 1952) suffering from a heart ailment for the last nine years..His home was at 329 Grant St. He was born in Ogdensburg July 7, 1889, son of the late Andrew and Ellen Delair Rehome. He attended local schools. He was married to Caroline Rishe of this city. Mr. Rehome was a member of St. Mary's Cathedral Parish and the Holy .Name Society. He is survived by his wife a •sister, Mrs.. Allen DeCare and a brother William Rehome all of this- city. Funeral services will be held at his' home Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. and in St. Mary's Church at 10 a.m, where a solemn High Mass of Requiem will be celebrated. Burial will be in the family lot in St. Mary's Cemetery. 1952
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Laurie Davidson Donohue