Excerpt from “History of the North Country”
by Harry F. Landon; Published 1932
Transcribed for internet by Anne M. Cady
The following biography is extracted from the “History of the North Country – A History embracing Jefferson, St. Lawrence, Oswego, Lewis and Franklin Counties, New York” by Harry F. Landon. This massive history consists of three large volumes with hundreds of short biographies. As time permits, I will be transcribing the entries with ties to Saint Lawrence County and putting them online.
Ralph S. Seguare, D.D.S. –
Ralph S. Seguare, D. D. S., who has been engaged in the successful practice of his profession at Massena for the past 15 years, is a native of New York. He was born at Hopkinton, Nov 14, 1892, the son of Fred and May (Macomber) Seguare.
Fred Seguare is a native of Malone. He has recently removed to Hopkinton, where he is engaged in business. He is a Republican. May (Macomber) Seguare died in 1917, and is buried at Hopkinton. Their children were: 1. Ralph S., the subject of this sketch. 2. Almena Stryker, lives at Cuba, N.Y.
Ralph S. Seguare attended the Hopkinton public schools and is a graduate of Potsdam Normal School. He received the degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery at the University of Michigan in 1916, and has spent his entire professional career at Massena.
On June 16, 1923, Dr. Seguare married Miss Grace E. Wing, of Massena. They have two children, May Alice, born 1924; Richard Wing, born 1926.
Dr. Seguare is a member of the Masonic Lodge, and belongs to the Citizens Club, Chamber of Commerce and Massena Country Club.
Dr. Seguare served as first lieutenant in the Dental Corps, Student Army Training Corps, during the World War.
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