Note: 1 _FA1 2 DATE AUG 1830 2 PLAC 1900 Census birth date-age 60 1 _FA2 2 DATE 13 APR 1914 2 PLAC probated 1 _FA3 2 DATE 15 JUL 1912 2 PLAC w.d. (unsure what that stands for but, will save) Information was received from Rita Lace/5960 290th St. W./Northfield, Min 55057. Verified by Paul Pecor from his own personal recollections. Charles and his Lucinda are buried at St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Clayton,NY Charles was a riverman on the St Lawrence River. The Pecor name is probaly a derivate of the french name Picard and it's meaning is "of Picardy,France" The dit name for Picard is LAFORTUNE. This is the family of Charles Pecore & Lucinda Rodrick as I have it. Charles Pecore b-1829; d-17Oct1912 Clayton, NY; w.d. 15Jul1912; probated 13Apr1914; married 11 Nov1855, Clayton, NY Lucinda (Sindy, Cindy) Rodrick b-1829; d 30Oct1909 Clayton, NY; w.d. 26Jun1901; probated 08Aug1910 CHILDREN Mary b-18Oct1857 Matilda b-15Sep1859 Mary Jane b-15Oct1861 Joseph Sanford b-04Apr1863 of Clayton, NY; m Josephine Carpenter Alfred b-29Oct1869 William b-10Apr1871 of Mexico, NY and Cleveland, OH, m Laura MacKay and Mary Petrie Lloyd b-22Sep1876 George b-13May1883 of Clayton, NY, m Marguerite DeRosier Cora b-29Oct1884 Henry b-unk of Manistee, MI John b-unk of Chicago, IL and Fountain, MAINE Duncan b-unk of Clayton, NY m Maggie Unk Edward b-unk of Moscow, Idaho Lewis b-unk of Watertown, NY Katherine b-unk of Depauville, NY (living at mother's death, died before her father) m George Pettit of Watertown, NY at time of Charles Pecore's death) (Excerpt from Ida Wiese E-Mail) About Charles parents--do you think ( Rebecca Elizabeth Slair?) could be SIMAR. The reason I wondered is that two people apparently testified to the m of Charles and Lucinda. Usually these are family members, one from each side. One was Olivier DeRosier and the other was Dominicus Simar. But I think I should dig that out again. If memory serves, it was hard to decipher. Maybe it was Slair?. Or maybe they will show up in some of the baps.1 _FA1 2 PLAC wife's first anme Margaret (?) North Watertown Cementery Transcripts: B.1879 D. Jan.16, 1955 Duncan Pecor of Clayton, NY In baptism of William Charles Picard (Father William) there is sponsors as follows Duncan Picard and Emilia Joanna Picard (who is Emilia Joanna-A sister or wife to Duncan?????????) Duncan S. Pecor - 1955 - Clayton Native Posted by Shirley Farone <twigs@@bright.net> on Mon, 13 Sep 1999 Surname: Pecor, LaCombe, Roderick WatertownDailyTimes - January 17, 1955 DUNCAN S. PECOR DIES SUDDENLY Duncan S. Pecor, 76, died suddenly at his home at 402 East Hoard St., (Watertown), Sunday night at 10:30. He had been in good health. Death was caused by a ruptured aorta. Funeral services will be held at 11 at the Cummings Funeral Home with Rev. Don R. Boyd, pastor of Asbury Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be at North Watertown Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Tuesday afternoon from 3 to 5 and from 7 to 9. Mr. Pecor is survived by his wife, the former Miss Amy La Combe, three brothers, George, Clayton; Joseph S. Pecor, Alexandria Bay; and John Pecor, Chicago, Illinois, and several nieces and nephews. Mr. Pecor was born February 3, 1878, at Clayton, the son of Charles and Lucinda Pecor. He came to Watertown in 1945. A carpenter and builder by trade, he was employed at the New York Air Brake during World War II, retiring following the war. Note: North Watertown Cemetery burial record transcript is showing that Duncan was four in 1879. His mother's maiden name was Lucinda Roderick. Mrs. Julia Pecor Posted by Bonnie Poole Fisher <fis2g10d@@imcnet.net> on Sat, 11 Sep 1999 Surname: Ferguson, Orvis, Fisher, Turcott, Matthews, Chapman, Solar WDT.Oct. 3, 1934 Clayton, Oct 3.----Mrs. Julia Orvis Pecor, 55, wife of Duncon Pecor of Clayton, died this morning at 3:45 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ernest Ferguson, on a farm about ten miles from Canton. She has been visiting her daughter for about a month and was taken sick during the visit. She was born at Clayton, April 8, 1879, a daughter of Samuel and Delinda Chapman Orvis. She was married twice. Her first husband was a Mr. Fisher (Edward).. She later was married to Duncon Pecor. Surviving her are her husband; four children, Mrs. Freguson, Adelbert Fisher of Brownville, Mrs. William Turcott of St. Lawrence, and Leon Fisherof Clayton; a brother, Ira Orvis of La Fargeville and two sisters, Mrs. Carrie Matthews of Grindstone Island and Mrs. John Solar of Clayton. The body was removed to the Cummings Funeral Place. Watertown, and will be taken Thursday to the Cummings and Kittle Funeral home in Clayton where funeral services will be held Friday at 2p.m. Rev. W. O. Thomas Episopal church of Clayton, will officiate. Burial will be made at St. Lawrence Marriage Records Clayton-1903 29SEPT 1903 PICARD,DUNCAN 27 CLAYTON N.Y. LABORER CLAYTON N.Y. PICARD,CHARLES RHODRIQUE,LUCINDA married NORRIS,MARGARET 30 SYRACUSE NY SYRACUSE N.Y. Paarents: NORRIS,PATRICK C----,MARY Were Lewis and his brother Duncan Pecor possible twins? According to the 1880 Census done in Clayton, Jefferson, NY. They were both listed as being aged 3 yrs old. 1 REFN 16300 1 REFN 16301 1 REFN 6543 UID 3C4D73F2-363B-4F32-A07B-7660BA6D0A11
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