Maiden Name: Lydia Ann Morrow

Born: 1854, a daughter of Joseph Morrow (~1809 - March 15, 1897) and Lydia Bisconner (~1819-February 14, 1857). Joseph was a Bloomer in Schuylar Falls, New York. Joseph and Lydia are buried, with other family members, in Peasleeville Cemetery, Peru, New York

Died: March 22, 1917

Married: George LaBounty

Children: 3 including: Mrs. Carrie Blauvelt of Ridgefield, New Jersey; Frank LaBounty (b~ 1873) of Metcalf, Arizona

Lydia Morrow LaBounty was the landlady of L'Esperance House. She died of heart failure, a complication of a case of measles, at age 62.

Lydia's brother was Sylvenus Morrow

Malone Farmer, March 28, 1917

La BOUNTY—In Saranac Lake, suddenly of heart failure as a complication of measles, Mar. 22nd, Lydia Morrow LaBounty, wife of George La-Bounty, aged 62 years. Mrs. LaBounty was landlady of l'Esperance House on Algonquin Avenue and had just recovered from an attack of measles but had not regained her usual strength. She died in the arms of her daughter, Mrs. Carrie M. Blauvelt. Mrs. LaBounty had been a resident of Saranac Lake for almost 40 years. She was a regular attendant of the Saranac Lake Methodist church and a woman whose life had been full of good deeds. Besides her husband, she is survived by a son and daughter, Frank, of Metcalf, Ariz., and Mrs. Carrie M. Blauvelt, of Ridgefield Park, N. J.