John Maple, a well known and highly respected resident ofAu Sable Forks, New York, died at his home there on Saturday afternoon, November 9, 1918, after a short illness of influenza and complication of other diseases.
Mr. Maple was born at Keeseville, New York seventy-four years prior and was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Maple.
When but a small boy his parents moved to Au Sable Forks where he has resided ever since. During his life he had made many sincere friends who will be grieved to learn of his death. He was veteran of the Civil War, having answered the call to the colors in 1861.
The funeral services were held Monday, November 11, 1918, at ten o'clock from the Church of the Holy Name, Rev. W. A. O'Connor conducting the same. Burial was in the Holy Name cemetery.
The deceased was survived by his wife, two sons, John and Walter of Au Sable Forks, four daughters, Mrs. Joseph LaMountain of Clintonville, Mrs. Walter Dashnaw of Lake Placid, Mrs. William Stearns of Saranac Lake, and Mrs. James Williams of Au Sable Forks; one sister, Mrs. Mary Seguin of Chicago, one brother, Louis, of Las Vegas, Nevada, sixteen grandchildren and a host of relatives and friends.
Mary D'Avignon Maple
Sponsored by Ancestry
See more Maple memorials in: