Tavernier, John Baptiste baptized 24 May 1874, born 18 May 1874, parents Antoine Tevernier & Maria Dame, godparents Hubert Tavernier & Justina Lafrance
Fort Covington Sun, Thursday, November 7, 1946
FORT WOMAN WED TO BURKE MAN IN RECENT CEREMONY
Mrs. Mary L. Black of Fort Covington and John Tavernier of Burke were married at St. Mary's Church here Saturday morning, Octover 19.
The bridce was dressed in a pale blue suit with hat to match. The bridesmaid wore a gray suit with hat to match.
Their attendants were the bride's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Snyder of Massena.
Guests at the wedding were neices and nephews of the bride and Mr. Tavernier's sister, Mrs. Anna Amord, as well as his nieces and nephews.
After the wedding the couple and their attendants departed for a trip to Rome and Hamilton, N.Y. They will make their home in Fort Covington on the bride's farm.
The Fort Covington Sun, Thursday, December 20, 1956
JOHN TAVERNIA, 82, DIES THURSDAY NIGHT AFTER LONG ILLNESS
John Tavernia, 82, of Burke died Thursday night in the Malone Hospital after a long illness.
He was born in Chateaugay on May 17, 1874, a son of the late Anthony and Mary Dame Tavernia. He was twice married. His first wife, the former Clarida Allard, died in 1945, and his second wife, the former Mrs. Mary Black survives.
Also surviving are, three sons, John Jr., of Jacksonville, Fla.; Philip of Burke and Armand Tavernia of Syracuse; three daughters, Mrs. Henry (Mary) Miler of Newark, N.J.; Miss Cora Tavernia and Miss Eva Tavernia, both of New York City; one brother, William Tavernia of Malone; four sisters, Mrs. Mary Wood and Mrs Gertrude Bell of Chateaugay, Mrs. Alice DeLoria of Springfield, Mass., and Mrs. Anna Amord of Malone; six grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held Saturday morning at St. George's church in Burke with the Rev. John Stone officiating. The body was placed in the vault there to await a spring burial in the parish cemetery.
Buried: St. George, Burke, Franklin, NY
St. George's Cemetery
Burke, Franklin County, New York
This cemetery was transcribed 14 April 2001 by Michael & Joyce Ranieri. It was compared to a very short (one page) transcription compiled by Elizabeth H. Coleman, Adirondack Chapter D.A.R., in 1931. The oldest burials appear to be those of Nettie SHATRAW TAYLOR and John CALLAHAN who both died in 1923.
Footstone: Judy E. TAVERNIER Dau. of Philip & Anna July 6, 1955 - Sept. 14, 1989
Footstone: Cora E. TAVERNIER March 16, 1904 - May 13, 1991
Footstone: Mary A. MILLER 1900 - 1973
Footstone: Mother Clorida ALLARD TAVERNIER 1871 - 1945
Footstone: Father John TAVERNIER 1874 - 1956
Philip H. 1907 - 1965
Anna McNIERNEY His Wife 1922 - 1965
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