Nelson P. Delisle, undated. Courtesy of Tim CorcoranBorn: 1868
Married: Philemona Patnode
Children: Irene E. Delisle, Elizabeth Delisle, Mrs. Ralph Hunter, Mrs. Frederick Cronk
Nelson P. Delisle ran a shoe repair shop in the basement of 6 Broadway; he lived at 22 Academy Street. He served as tax collector.
He was the son of Joseph and Marguerite (LaPointe) DeLisle, a brother of Felix Q. DeLisle, Mrs. Fred C. Lamy, Mrs. William DeMerse, Mrs. M. M. Munn, Mrs. George L. Hooley and Mrs. Richard K. Malloy.
He was a Grand Knight of the Knights of Columbus. He is buried in St. Bernard's Cemetery.
Plattsburgh Press-Republican, April 03, 1951
Plattsburgh Press-Republican, April 3, 1951
NELSON P. DeLISLE, 82, ONCE CITY RESIDENT
Nelson P. DeLisle, 82, a former resident of Plattsburgh, died Friday at Saranac Lake, where he was for many years a prominent business man and worker in the Republican party.
Mr. DeLisle was a native of Quebec City and was born on June 29, 1868, a son of Joseph and Margaret DeLisle. When he was three years old he came to Plattsburgh with his parents and later to AuSable Forks. Mr. DeLisle's father was a shoemaker and the son learned the trade from him. For many years father and son ran a shoe business at Saranac Lake.