m. 3 Jul 1871
m. 5 Jul 1904
Facts and Events
MARRIED IN OSWEGO (Taken from a newspaper clipping in Clara Monette Compton's scrap book.)
Miss May Thompson, of Adrian, Michigan, and Albert Monett, of Oswego were married in Oswego Tuesday. The ceremony was performed at St. Lucy's church, by Rev. Father Chauvin with a nupital high mass. E. Gorman was bestman and Miss Leona Thompson was bridesmaid. Mr. and Mrs. Monett left for a trip to Buffalo, Niagara Fall and St. Louis. Among the guests present were Mrs. Milton McLain, Miss L. Shambo and
George A. Malany, of Auburn, and Joseph Perkins, of New York, a well known entertainer.
Mrs. May Monette of Oswego widow of Albert Monette, died yesterday(6:45 pm) at her home. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Edward Compton of Syrcause and the Misses Flora and Mary Louise Monette of Oswego; three sons, Albert, Leo and
Fostor all of Oswego, and six grandchildren.
Services will be at 9:00am Friday at the residence and at 9:30am in St. Pauls Church, Oswego. Burial will be in St. Peters Cemetery, Oswego. Friends
may call at the residence at their convenience. The Dain Funeral Home, Oswego has charge of arrangements.