Born: August 23, 1889 (believe this date from newspaper article is a typesetting error as his age is 79—believe the date is 1869—matching the 1880 U. S.Census of his fathers' family in St. Armand)

Died: September 28, 1948

Married: Mary Elizabeth Morehouse


George Hazard was one of three men locked in the Saranac Lake Village jail the night that the first Harrietstown Town Hall burned to the ground, July 27, 1926.

Adirondack Daily Enterprise, September 29, 1948


George Williams Hazard, 79, native of the Town of Saint Armand, passed away yesterday morning at his home at 73 Broadway.

Mr. Hazard was born on Aug. 23, 1889, the son of the late Alexander and Elizabeth Bailey Hazard. His wife is the former Miss Mary Elizabeth Morehouse.

Besides his wife, he is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Margaret Washington of Washington, D. C. Mrs. Jane Snead of Jersey City, N. J., and Mrs. Gertrude Council of Asbury Park and one son, Oscar Hazard of the Bronx.

The body will repose at Fortune Funeral chapel at 40 Church street and services will be conducted from the chapel at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon by the Rev. Ernest B. Mounsey, rector of the Church of St. Luke the Beloved Physician. Burial will be held in Brookside cemetery, Bloomingdale.