Ladue, Samuel, son of John, was born in Alburgh, Vt., among the early settlers of the town. The family was of
French origin, - Huguenots, - persecuted by the Catholics, and driven to this country from France. He married Selina
Newell, who died at the age of eighty in Beekmantown, Clinton county, N. Y. Samuel died at the same place aged
eighty three. Their children were Albert, Newell, Abram, Lorace, Sylvester, and Emeline. Lorace was born at Alburgh,
Vt., and died in 1862, at the age of thirty six. He was a wheelwright by trade, and married Martha Brown, daughter
of James Brown, of Alburgh, and their children were Amelia, Emma, and Fred L. Fred L. Ladue was born in Beekmantown,
N. Y., September 7, 1860, and married Nellie A. Young, of Alburgh, daughter of Nelson and. Charlotte M. (Manning)
Young, September 3, 1885, and they have one son, Glendon Y. Mr. Ladue graduated from the Albany Medical College
in 1883, and commenced as a regular practicing physician and surgeon at Alburgh Springs, Vt., in April, 1883, where
he has continued upto the present time with marked success.
History of Franklin and Grand Isle Counties Vermont
Edited by: Lewis Cass Aldrich
D. Mason & Co., Publishers
Syracuse, N. Y.
Grand Isle County, VT Biographies
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