Died: July 20, 1946
Married: Mary Etta (Henriette) McGrath
Children: Robert E. Dupree, Mrs. Edward (Marie) Fogarty, Mrs. Dean (Muriel) Anson, Mrs. Edward (Elizabeth) Doyle, Raymond Dupree, Eileen Wood, Leona Dupree, William F. Dupree, Bernard Dupree, Paul Dupree, Donald Dupree
Syriac Dupree, Jr. was a son of Syriac Duprey, Sr.
Lake Placid News, July 26, 1946
SYRIAC DUPREE, SARANAC TRUSTEE, DIES SUDDENLY
Services for Syriac Dupree, village trustee of Saranac Lake, who died suddenly Saturday, were held Tuesday in St. Bernard's church where a solemn requiem mass was offered by Rt. Rev. Monsignor Clarence Kitts, pastor.
Mr. Dupree had been in failing health several month but it was not thought his condition was serious. He came to Saranac Lake 51 years ago and received his education in the schools of this section. He had been active in municipal affairs many years and was elected to the board in 1941. He was reelected last March.
Mr. Dupree's family is one of the oldest in Northern New York. The family owns or has owned large tracts of property at Raybrook and in the North Elba sections of this village.
Lake Placid News, November 5, 1943
HONOR KILLED AND WOUNDED OF ESSEX CO. NOV. 7
Also receiving the four-star pin is Mrs. Syriac Dupree of Saranac Lake. Her sons are Lt. Donald V. Dupree, army; Cpl. Paul V. Dupree, army; Pfc. William F. Dupree, army, and Pvt. Raymond F. Dupree, army.
Adirondack Record - Elizabethtown Post, January 25, 1945
FIVE SONS IN SERVICE
Mr. and Mrs. Syriac Dupree of Saranac Lake contributed their fifth son to the armed forces Tuesday of last week, when the army accepted Robert Dupree, 19. He served as a sergeant in the New York state guard for a year before he entered the service.
Adirondack Daily Enterprise, June 27, 1953
Miss Patricia Quigley, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Quigley, of 12 Fairview street was married at 9 a.m. this morning at St. Bernard's Church to Robert Eugene Dupree, son of Mrs. Mary Dupree, 2 Merrill street, and the late Syriac Duprey. Father Vernon Doe officiated at the double-ring ceremony.
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