- 1850 Hopkinton, St. Lawrence, NY: Charles Peet 40 (farmhand), wife Lucy 34, Charles 13, Philoma 10, Mary 8, Asahel 4, Delia 9 months.
- 1860 Hopkinton, St. Lawrence, NY: Charles Pete 50 (farm laborer), wife Lucy 45, Caroline 11, Lewis 7, Nelson 5, Marila 4.
- 1870 St. Lawrence, NY: Charles Peat 60 (farmer), wife Lucy 55, Orilla 14.
- 1880 Hopkinton, St. Lawrence, NY: Widow Lucy Peete 68, Addie 30, Lewis 28 (farm laborer)
Obituaries for the children:
Philomene Pitre: Potsdam Courier-Freeman, January 1914: Hopkinton: Mrs. Lewis Wheeler died at her home Friday evening. The funeral was held Monday at one o'clock. She had been in poor health for a year or more. Her son Lewis who lived with her went to the barn for something, leaving her as well as usual and on returning found her dead. She leaves besides her son, another son John of Parishville and two daughters, Ella Russell of Fulton, N. Y., and Oliva Boyle of Salem, Mass.
Adeline 'Caroline' Pitre: Potsdam Courier Freeman, July 1909: Hopkinton: Mrs. Ada Wheeler died at her residence Wednesday July 14, after suffering a paralytic stroke Tuesday evening between the hours of 6 and 7 o'clock. She was a well respected woman of amiable disposition and was dearly loved. She leaves a husband and two brothers and one sister and a great many more relatives and a host of friends to mourn her loss. There was a very large attendance at the funeral. Rev. Aubrey of Nicholvllle officiating. Among those present out of town were Mr. and Mrs. John Wheeler, Miss Lillian Williams and brother of North Lawrence, Mrs. Allen Russell of Tupper Lake, Mrs. Paul Prespare and daughter of Tupper Lake, Mr. And Mrs. David McCarthy of Parishvllle and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Tupper, Mr. and Mrs. John Wheeler Jr., Mr Lewis Peet and daughter of Parishville and many more. The sympathy of the community are with her bereaved husband who is in poor health.
Lewis Pitre: Courier and Freeman, Potsdam, 1 May 1918: Lewis Peet dies at Aldrich: Funeral services Held on Sunday at Parishville: Parishville, May 1: The remains of Lewis C. Peet were brought home Saturday April 27 from Aldrich N.Y. He was born in Hopkinton Sept. 27, 1852 and his early life was spent there. October 25, 1880, he was united in marriage to Sophia F. Hurteau of St. Aniscent, Quebec. The family moved to Parishville thirty-six years ago and he was employed by S.L. Clark & Son for 27 years. The past few years he went with his family to work at the Loon Lake House. He leaves his wife, two daughters, Irma of Willsboro, N.Y., and Mrs. A.V. Henderson of Aldrich, two sons Plin of Lucky Lake, Sask., Canada, and Clark of Niagara Falls, and a son-in-law A.V. Henderson of Aldrich. His son Plin came to spend a few days with his father during his illness and was accompanied by his daughter Vivian. He was a conscientious Christian man and much devoted to his church, having been a member of the Baptist Church twelve years. Relatives from out of town to attend the funeral were Mr. And Mrs. Jno. Hurto of Burke, Eddie and William Peet and Mr. And Mrs. Joseph White of Hopkinton, Mrs. Paul Prespare and daughter Alice of Tupper Lake, Mr. And Mrs. N.L. Dodge and daughter Hazel, Mr. And Mrs. Joseph Maxwell, Mr. And Mrs. A.F. Flint and son Neil, Donald Spencer, Henry Page, Raymond Drake and Chas. Stiles of Moira, H.S. Clark, Mr. And Mrs. Winford Smith of Potsdam, Mrs. Mary Cregg of Hopkinton. The funeral was from the home on Pleasant St. Saturday afternoon at two. Rev. E.E. Barrett officiating, and interment was in Hill Crest cemetery.
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