She was a domestic servant in the 1880 census to her sister, Ellen Bostick nee LaShomb and her husband Charles B Bostick.
MRS. YOUMELL DIES SUDDENLY AT AGE OF 76 Mrs. Hannah Lashomb Youmell, 76, died suddenly yesterday morning at her home at 13 Clark St. She had been in declining health for the past six months. Mrs. Youmell had arisen as usual about 5 o'clock yesterday morning and was getting breakfast when she suffered a heart attack about 6 o'clock and died within a few minutes. Dr. Herbert Engel was called out Mrs. Youmell was dead when he arrived. Born in Maple Ridge District of the Town of Brasher, May 17, 1862, a daughter of Peter and Elmira Quenelle, she was married on July 3, 1884, to Levi Youmell at Brasher Falls. The couple lived there for four years and then went to North Lawrence where Mr. Youmell managed farms, operated a store and conducted an undertaking establishment until he retired 13 years ago and came to live in Massena. They had eight children, all of whom died before they were a year old. Surviving are the husband, one adopted son, Earl Doren Youmell, Watertown; three brothers, Henry Lashomb, Maple Ridge; Peter Lashomb, Antwerp; Bert Lashomb, Brasher, and one sister, Mrs. Elizabeth O'Keefe, Syracuse. The funeral will be held tomorrow morning at 10:30 o'clock at Sacred Heart Church with burial in St. Patrick's Cemetery at Brasher Falls.
Massena Observer-Tuesday, June 21, 1938, Page 5
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