m. 3 Jul 1871
Facts and Events
Naturalization: Gilbert Thompson of this city, was naturalized before Judge Williams this afternoon. Oswego Daily Times Wednesday October 26, 1892 Page 5, Col. 6
(Oswego Daily Times Wednesday Evening January 17, 1917, Page 4, Col. 4)
Gilbert Thompson, aged 70 years, died at noon today at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Albert Monette, No. 75 East Seneca street, following an illness of less than a month. Mr. Thompson was born in Canada but had been a resident of the United States for the past fifty years. He was employed by the Syracuse Milling Co., up to December last, when he suffered a stroke of paralysis and was brought to the home of his daughter in this city. He was a member of St. Louis church. He is survived by his wife; two daughters, Mrs. Albert Monette and Mrs. Joseph Dechambeau of this city; six sons, Gilbert and Zeph J. of Syracuse, Charles of Adrian, Mich., Leon of Norfolk, W. Va., Alex J. and Joseph, both of this city, also by twenty-eight grandchildren.
Funeral of Gilbert Thompson
(Oswego Daily Times Saturday Evening January 20, 1917, Page 4, Col. 6)
The funeral of Gilbert Thompson took place this morning from the home of his daughter, Mrs. Albert Monette, No. 75 East Seneca street, at 9 o'clock and at St. Louis church at 9;30. The Rev. J. W. Chauvin officiated.
The bearers were Gilbert D., Alexander J., Zeph J., and Joseph Thompson, Albert Monette and John Dechambeau. Burial was made in St. Peter's cemetery.