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Descendants of David Fink


1 David FINK


Birth: Jul 1836, NY

Death: 1915

Occ: Farmer, PO of Portlandville, Town of Milford, Otsego Co., NY

Father: Jacob FINK (ca1810-)

Mother: Lana (ca1815-)

0. In the 5 June 1900 US Census for Gibson Township, Cameron County, PA, we find:

David Fink, Head, WM, born "July 1836," age 63, Married for 46 years, born in NY, both parents born in NY, Farmer, cannot read or write, owns his home and does not rent, has a mortgage.

"Polly M. Fink," Wife, WF, born "March 1834," age 64, married for 46 years, born in NY, both parents born in NY, mother of 12 children, 10 are living, reads and writes.

1. The US Decennial Census for 1860 has David & Polly Fink living in Portlandville, just west of the town of Maryland, and south of Milford, in Milford Township, Otsego County, NY.

The 1860 US Census, taken on 1 August 1860, in Milford Township, Otsego County NY, has David Fink, WM, age 30, Farmer, (Real Estate valuation of $1600 and Personal Estage of $100),born in NY, together with his wife Polly FINK, WF, age 25, Marvin Fink, age 6, Jesse Fink, age1, and on same page with a different neighbor Family is William Fink, age 5. All of these Finks were born in NY. William Fink is listed beneath a couple, Edmond HUBBARD WM25 and his wife Mariah HUBBARD WF24, who seem to be resident on the farm of an Augustus Townsend, probably the son of another Farmer (prob widow) Charlotte Townsend, WF 55, listed belor David & Polly FINK and perobably on a neigbnoring farm.

2. The 1870 US Census, taken on 13 July 1870 for the Post Office of Portlandville, Township of Milford, Otsego County, New York we find:

David Fink, age 35, WM, Farm Laborer, $350 in real estate, NY

Polly Fink, age 39, WF, , "Keeping House," b. in NY

1.) William Fink, age 16, WM, Laborer, b. in NY

2.) Marvin Fink, age 12, WM, "attends school," b. in NY

3.) Jessie Fink, age 9, WM, white, b. in NY

4.) Nathan Fink, age 7, WM, b. in NY

5.) John Fink, age 4, WM, b. in NY

6.) Asa Fink, age 2, WM, b. in NY

7.) Sarah Fink, age 6/12, WF, b. in NY, "Nov" 1869 (should be 8/12)

US 1870 Census said that David Fink could neither read nor write.

3. 11 June 1894: David * Polly Fink are in Cameron Co., PA, when youngest child Minnie FINK marries Emery MILLER.

4. David Fink is still alive in 1903, next to Eugene Fink, on the Gibson Elgible Voter Lists for 1903. Both are listed as farmers. No mention of wives.

5. A David Fink is on the 1915 Voters List in Gibson, Cameron County as follows:

Fink, David Est. 36 acres unimproved, 4 improved $ 158. $ 1.58

6. David Fink is still on the Tabables List for Gbson in 1915 at

7. Cindy says that David Fink died in 1905 (from Chris.) Could this have been 1915, instead?

8. PA Department of Health on 28 April 2003 forwarded to Margaret W. Stevens an Official Document, #205382, entitled "No Record Certification," by which the PA "Division of Vital Records Certifies that no original record of this death is registered." Nevertheless, the PA State Registrar, Charles Hardester, certified that David Fink died in Gibson Township, Cameron County, PA, in ("Date of Death") "1915."

Spouse: Polly M. PAULK (POLK)

Birth: Mar 1834, NY

Death: 1903

Father: Nathan Moody PAULK

Mother: Martha

Marr: ca 1854

Children: William (Uncle Will) (ca1855-)

Jesse ("Jessie") (ca1861-)

Marvin (1861-1931)

Nathan (1862-1947)

Eugene ("Gene") (1865-1964)

John (ca1866-)

Asa Charles (1867-1940)

Sarah (1869-)

Jennie (1869-1956)

Minnie (ca1874-)

Annie (->1964)

1.1 William (Uncle Will) FINK


Birth: ca 1855

1. Enumerated in US (1st of August) 1860 Census in Milford Township, Otsego Co NY, in the household of a Charlotte TOWNSEND, as William Fink, WM, age 5, born in NY. Other members of this household included John Townsend 18, Leister Townsend 16, Elizabeth Townsend 24, Augustus Townsend 25 ("Idiotic"), Hannah Limbeck 30, Edmond Hubbard 25, and Mariah Hubbard 24. The household appeared to comprise two farms. The household of Charlotte Townsewnd (WF 55) is only two farms or houses away from the household of David & Polly FINK. It is tempting to assume that this Wm. Fink is a son of David and Polly Polk, but his presence in the nearby Townsend household is unexplained.

2. 11 June 1880 US Census, PA, Cameron Co., Gibson Township.

3. US 1900 Census (12th June 1900, 2nd Election District, Schenevus, Maryland Township) has Wm. FINK, age 45, "farmer," born "January 1855," wife Mary E., age 40, born :"May 1860," BOTH married for "23" years (19 October 1877 in Otsego County, NY?), with three sons: Harry, age 17 (March 1883 and BORN IN PENNSYLVANIA), Benjamin, age 10 (Sept 1889 and born in NY), and Lewis, age 4 (August 1895 and born in NY). Both William FINK & Mary E. FINK were born in NY.

4. 1930 Census (21 January 1930) has Wm. Fink, age 69, farmer, living in Maryland, Otsego Co., NY, together with wife Jennie, age 62, son Harry, age 36 and single, son Lewis, age 24 and single.

All members of this family can read and write.

4. Living in Schenevus, NY, in 1931, when brother Marvin died in PA.

Spouse: Mary E.

Birth: ca 1860

Marr: 19 Oct 1877, Otsego County, NY

Children: Louisa (ca1879-)

1.1.1 Louisa FINK


Birth: ca 1879, Gibson, Cameron, PA

1.2 Jesse ("Jessie") FINK


Birth: ca 1861

1. Jesse FINK was living in Appalachin, NY, in 1931, when his brother Marvin died in PA.

1.3 Marvin FINK


Birth: 30 Jan 1861, Cooperstown, Otsego Co., NY

Death: 3 Apr 1931, Smethport, McKean Co., PA

Burial: Port Allegany, McKean Co., PA (Fairview Cemetery)

1. 1880 Census, Marvin FINK, "laborer," age 24, born ca 1856, Married, living in Wolcott, Wayne Co., NY, born in NY, both parents born in NY.

2. 16 April 1931 obituary for Marvin Fink says that he was of :"Norwich, PA,"

Spouse: Mary KREBS

Children: Martha



1.3.1 Martha FINK


Spouse: Robert POWERS

1.3.2 Nellie FINK


Living in Port Allegany, PA, in 1931.

Spouse: T.B. PEELING

1.3.3 Harry FINK


1. Living in Custer City, PA, in 1931.

1.4a Nathan FINK*


Birth: Aug 1862, Portlandville PO, Milford Twp, Otsego, NY

Death: 3 May 1947, Port Allegany, McKean Co., PA

Burial: 6 May 1947, Port Allegany, McKean Co., PA

1. 1900 Census (1 June 1900) has Nathan Fink, "Widowed," living in Port Allegany, PA, with his son (twin), Wilson Fink (b. Dec 1889), daughter (twin), Myrtle FINK (b. Dec 1889), and daughter Lottie J. (b. April 1892). Nathan is a "day laborer" on 1st June 1900.

2. 1910 Census (15 April 1910) has Nathan Fink, age 49, widowed, "laborer," living with Julia A. Lewis, age 58, widow, "housekeeper," in Liberty Township, McKean Co., PA.

3. Nathan & Ruth Fink were living in Bradford, PA, on 28 April 1930 (1930 Census). Nathan was working as a carpenter.

4. Nathan Fink was living in Bradford, PA, in 1931 at the time of his brother Marvin痴 death.

5. Nathan Fink died at Port Allegany, PA, on 3 May 1947.

Spouse: Ruth

Birth: ca 1880, PA

Marr: ca 1900

Other spouses: Matilda ("Tillie") DUNHAM

1.4b Nathan FINK* (See above)


Spouse: Matilda ("Tillie") DUNHAM

Marr: ca 1889-1890

Children: Wilson M. (Twin) (1889-1956)

Myrtle Emmier (Twin) (1889-1921)

Lottie J. (1892-)

Other spouses: Ruth

1.4b.1 Wilson M. FINK


Birth: Dec 1889, Driftwood, Cameron Co, PA

Death: 3 Sep 1956

1. Born in Driftwood, PA; working as a "woodsman," living in Liberty Township, McKean Co., PA, at time of his marriage to Mary Mattison on 27 November 1911. Mary Mattison also lived in Liberty, McKean Co., PA, in 1911.

Spouse: Mary MATTISON

Birth: ca 1895

Father: Lafe SEYLER

Mother: Lucy MATTISON

Marr: 27 Nov 1911, Emporium, Cameron Co., PA

1.4b.2 Myrtle Emmier FINK


Birth: 9 Dec 1889, Driftwood, Cameron Co, PA

Death: 1921

Spouse: Wilbur David STILES

Birth: 18 May 1881, Troupsberg, Steuben Co., NY

Death: 1931

Marr: 18 May 1907, Greenwood, NY

1.4b.3 Lottie J. FINK


Birth: Apr 1892

1.5a Eugene ("Gene") FINK*


Birth: 1 Mar 1865, Cooperstown, Otsego Co., NY

Death: 1 Dec 1964, Driftwood, Cameron County, PA

Burial: 4 Dec 1964, Castle Garden Cemetery, Cameron County, PA

Occ: Woodsman, in Cameron County, PA, from Age Ten (1875).

0. US Census, taken on 1 June 1880, in Driftwood, Cameron, PA, has Eugene Fink, WM 15, Single, Common Laborer, who, together with both parents, was born in NY.

1. in the 5 June 1900 US Census for Gibon Township, Cameron County, PA, we find: Eugene Fink, Head, WM, born March 1866, age 34, Married 11 years, (to Eunice?; hard to read); 3 children and 3 living), is a farmer, owns his home and does not rent, and has a mortgage.

2. Obituary in December said Eugene FINK has two sons names James Fink. This may or may not be a typographical error.

3. In the 27 April 1910 Census, it says that Eugene & Emma Fink and their four children neither read nor write.

4. Gene Fink was living in Driftwood, PA, in 1931, at the time of his brother Marvin痴 death.

Spouse: Lucy Emma WYCOFF

Birth: 15 Apr 1863, Nittany Valley, (Cameron Co.?), PA

Death: 25 Dec 1950, Castle Garden, Cameron Co., PA

Father: Isaac WYCOFF (ca1834-)

Mother: Elizabeth (ca1851-)

Marr: 17 Aug 1886

Children: James Alfred (1890-1976)

William H. (1888-1965)

Alice ("Alie") (1906-1995)

Bertha Mae (1894-1985)

Other spouses: None

1.5a.1a James Alfred FINK*


Birth: 5 Oct 1890

Death: 5 Mar 1976, Castle Garden, Cameron Co., PA

Burial: Castle Garden Cemetery, Cameron Co., PA

0. James A. Fink served in the U.S. Army during WW I.

1. James Fink was living in Castle Garden PA in 1951 when his mother died.

2. James Fink was living in Driftwood, PA, in Dec 1964. Buried at Castle Garden Cemetery.

3. James A. Fink, 85, of Castle Garden died Friday (March 5, 1976) at his home

following a lon illness. He was born near Driftwood, PA, October 5, 1890, a

son of Eugene and Emma Wykoff Fink. Mr. Fink had lived in Driftwood area all

his life, and was a retired Pennsylvania Railroad employee. He served in the

Army during World War I and was a member of Olkosky-Jessop Post 194 of the

American Legion. Surviving are his widow, the former Jessie Freeland; two

sisters, Mrs. Allice Billings and Mrs. Bertha Duell, both of Castle Garden,

and several nieces and nephews. Friends may call Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to

9 p.m. at the Coppersmith Funeral Home. Mr. Fink will be taken Monday afternoon (March 8,

1976) to the Castle Garden Wesleyan Church for visitation until the service

at 2 p.m., to be conducted by the Rev. John M. Coppock. Burial will be in

the Castle Garden Cemetery where military honors will be accorded by the

Cameron County Military Detail.

Kenneth Fink, 51, of Pine Tree Trailer Park, died Saturday (March 25, 1978)

at the Veterans Administration Hospital, Syracuse, N.Y., following a short

illness. Born April 21, 1926 in Schenevus, he was a son of Leslie T. and

Clara Fairchild Fink. His wife, Harriet, died Jan.22, 1978. Mr. Fink had

been a resident of Syracuse most of his life and had also resided in Castle Garden for several

years. He was a veteran of World War II; and had been employed as a security

guard at the Onondaga County Office Building. Surviving are three sons,

Harold Fink of Lakeport, Kenneth Fink, Jr., at home and Stephen Morris of

Carlisle, PA.; a daughter, Mrs. Arlene Sapp of Syracuse; four grandchildren;

five brothers, Walter Fink of Tacoma, WA, Gordon Fink of Canastota, Robert

Fink of Esperance, Raymond Fink of Schenevus and Ronald Fink of Oneida; and

three sisters, Mrs. Dorthy Rodinet of California, Mrs. Marion Fories of

Schenevus and Mrs. Betty Nissen of Davenport Center. Friends may call at the

Coppersmith Funeral Home, 4 W. 6th street, Emporium, PA, Tuesday from 7 to 9

p.m. where funeral services will be held Wednesday (March 29, 1978) at 2

p.m., with the Rev. John Coppock, pastor of the Castle Garden Wesleyan

Church, officiating. Burial will follow in Castle Garden Cemetery, where

military honors will be accorded by members of the Cameron County Memorial


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Spouse: Jessie A. FREELAND

Other spouses: Louise

1.5a.1b James Alfred FINK* (See above)


Spouse: Louise

Other spouses: Jessie A. FREELAND

1.5a.2 William H. FINK


Birth: 12 Aug 1888, Castle Garden, Cameron Co., PA

Death: 1 Oct 1965, Coudersport, Potter Co., PA

0. In 1910 Census, Wm. H. Fink, age 21, single, is working as a Tanner in Gibson, Cameron, PA.

1. In 1951 Wm. Fink was living in Driftwood PA, when his mother Lucy Emma Wykoff Fink died.

2. Wm. Fink was living in Castle Garden, PA, in Dec 1964.

3. Wm. H. FINK spent his entire life in the area around Driftwood, PA, and worked as a trackman for the PA RR.

Spouse: Grace Ellen ENGLISH

Birth: 15 Jun 1888, Woodland, Clearfield Co., PA

Death: 9 Sep 1949, Driftwood, Cameron Co, PA

Marr: 20 Aug 1910, Clearfield, Clearfield Co., PA

Children: Lester E. (1913-1989)


1.5a.2.1 Lester E. FINK


Birth: 12 Jan 1913, Driftwood, Cameron Co, PA

Death: 12 Dec 1989, Clarion, Clarion Co., PA

Burial: 15 Dec 1989, Castle Garden Cemetery, Driftwood, Cameron Co., PA

1. A resident of Driftwood PA most of his life, Lester Fink was employed by GTE Sylvania n Emporium, Cameron Co., PA, as a stock handler until his retirement in 1975. He served with rthe U.S. Navy in WW II.

Spouse: Ruby BURFIELD

Marr: Early 1940s, Lock Haven, Clinton Co., PA

1.5a.2.2 Clarence FINK


1.5a.3a Alice ("Alie") FINK*


Birth: 3 Jul 1906, Driftwood, Cameron Co, PA

Death: 19 Jul 1995, St. Mary痴, Elk Co., PA

Burial: Castle Garden Cemetery, Driftwood, Cameron Co., PA

0. In the 27 April 1910 Census "Alice is apparently misidentified as "Alie" a three year old son.

1. Mrs. Alice Fink "Beldin" was living in Castle Garden PA in 1951, when her mother died.

2. Alice Fink Billings was living in Castle Garden in December 1964.

3. A "lifelong resident of Driftwood," Mrs. Billings was employed by GTE Sylvania in Emporium, PA, where she was living (on East Fourth Street) at the time of her death.

Spouse: Elmer BILLINGS

Other spouses: Theodore BELDIN

1.5a.3b Alice ("Alie") FINK* (See above)


Spouse: Theodore BELDIN

Other spouses: Elmer BILLINGS

1.5a.4 Bertha Mae FINK


Birth: 10 Jun 1894, Driftwood, Cameron Co, PA

Death: 8 Sep 1985, Castle Garden, Gibson Township, Cameron Co., PA

Burial: Mason Hill Cemetery, Gibson Township, Cameron Co., PA

1. Bertha Mae Fink DUELL was lving in Driftwood, PA, in 1951 when her mother died.

Spouse: William Henry Alonzo ("Lon") DUELL

Birth: 11 May 1880, Dent痴 Run, Elk Co., PA

Death: 9 May 1950, St. Mary痴, Elk Co., PA (St. Mary痴 Hospital)

Father: DUELL

Marr: 1916, Warren, Warren Co., PA

Children: Lena

1.5a.4.1 Lena DUELL


Spouse: Vernon BELDIN

1.5b Eugene ("Gene") FINK* (See above)


Children: William H. (1888-1965)

James Alfred (1890-1976)

Bertha Mae (1894-1985)

Alice ("Alie") (1906-1995)

Other spouses: Lucy Emma WYCOFF

1.5b.1 William H. FINK


(See duplicate branch above)

1.5b.2a James Alfred FINK*


(See duplicate branch above)

1.5b.2b James Alfred FINK* (See above)


(See duplicate branch above)

1.5b.3 Bertha Mae FINK


(See duplicate branch above)

1.5b.4a Alice ("Alie") FINK*


(See duplicate branch above)

1.5b.4b Alice ("Alie") FINK* (See above)


(See duplicate branch above)

1.6 John FINK


Birth: ca 1866

1.7a Asa Charles FINK*


Birth: Sep 1867, NY (Reported in 1900 US Census)

Death: 30 Apr 1940, Medford, Middlesex Co., MA (Dearborn Hosp.)

Burial: 3 May 1940, Oak Grove Cemetery; Medford, Midlesex MA

Occ: Carpenter, Contractor, Farmer

Educ: Lived in Custer City, PA, & Bradford, (McKean Co) PA

0. ACF Sr. was born ca. 1869 in NY (US Census, 1920 and 1930), and was living in the Castle Garden and Driftwood area of Cameron Co., PA, in 1889 and 1893, where Edward and Lena were born. Earl reports that his family moved from Custer City to Bradford, McKean Co., PA in 1906. Earl Fink reports in "Sunrise and Sunset," (p.25) that by (ca. 1916) "Father had remarried and set up housekeeping in Bradford and took me there to live with him. My stepmother was a kind lady and I was once more happy to be with my father. My new mother had a son of her own, three years younger than I (b. ca. 1901), so I did have a companion." ACF later moved from Bradford PA to Buffalo NY ca 1917 to take a new job (Sunrise & Sunset, p. 27). But his 2nd wife also developed tuberculosis and her declining health made it difficult for her to care for her own son (from her first marriage) and her stepson (Earl) and so she moved in with her mother, in Bradford, PA, while ACF was away, working in Buffalo, NY (Sunrise & Sunset, p27, 33). Ca. 1917 ACF rented a larger apartment in Buffalo and sent for Charles and Asa and Earl to come and live with him in Buffalo (Sunrise, p.28). These were the three youngest and unmarried sons. The oldest son, Edward, had m. Grace McKimm in Salamanca in 1916; Lena had m. H.S. Wasson in Niagara Co in 1915; Roy had m. Gladys Gifford ca 1913 in Salamanca and they were ca 1916 living in Hornell, NY, near Arthur, who had not yet married Grace but had a good job and was self-supporting. When the US entered WWI in 1917, Charles enlisted in the Navy and ACF got a job making propellers with Curtiss Aircraft. ACF痴 2nd wife d. ca 1918 in Bradford, PA. Subsequent to this, ACF met, courted, and in 1919 m. Eva J. Newhall, an employee of the PA RR (whom he may have met while travelling back and forth between Buffalo and Bradford, PA.) They continued to live in Buffalo, NY. In 1919 Asa fell to his death while washing windows at a factory in Buffalo (Sunrise, p34-35). After Asa Jr. died in March 1919, Earl was sent from Buffalo to visit his brother Edward, then living in Driftwood, Cameron Co., PA, (near his Uncle Eugene) during the summer of 1919. Later in the summer of 1919 he visited Roy and Gladys in Smethport, McKean Co, PA.

Earl reports that, around the fall of 1919, Eva痴 hearing deteriorated and she resigned her job with the PA RR. Hev further reports that in late 1919 ACF & Eva began to dream of owning a farm in New England, and so travelled to Boston to look for farms and to visit Eva痴 parents. Her father George Newhall (1920 Census) was a Fireman in Boston and her parents lived in the Boston Suburb of Allston, MA. Ca the fall of 1919 ACF & Eva bought a 15 acre farm with an apple orchard some 5 miles outside of Franklin, NH, in Salisbury Township, Merrimack County, NH. In the 1920 Census ACF is listed as a farmer in Salisbury Township, Merrimack County, NH; and in 1920 ACF says that he and both of his parents were born in NY; however in the 1930 US Census in Medford, Middlesex, MA, ACF states that although he was born in NY, both of his parents were born in PA.

0. US Census for 1900: On 1 June 1900 Anna Lilley & Asa Fink were living at 210 Pine Street in Port Allegany, McKean Co., PA. Anna was born in "Aug 1870," in NY, as were both of her parents. Asa was born in "Sept 1867" as were both of his parents. She and Asa have been married for 14 years. Five of Anna痴 six children still were living on 1 June 1900. The 1900 Census clearly states that these five eldest children (Edward G., Leroy C. Lena E., Arthur F. and Charles D.) were all "born in Pennsylvania." Since we know that Asa and Anna were married in late April or early May of 1886, they probably moved from NY to PA very shortly after their 1886 marriage, and were demonstrably in PA by 1889.

0. US Census for 1910: On 22nd April 1910, Asa & Anna are living on (#95?) Seward Avenue in Bradfod, McKean Co., PA. Asa is age 43 and Anna is age 40, and both have been married for 23 years. Seven of Anna's eight children are living and all seven were born in "PA."

1. US Census for 1920 has Asa C. Fink, aged "51" (thus b. ca. 1869), " NEW YORK," as Fink, Asa C., living in Salisbury Township, Merrimack County, NH."

2. US Census for 1930 has Asa C. Fink, aged 62, born in NY, as head of a household and living in Medford, Middlesex Co., MA.

Asa was living in Medford, MA, in 1931, at the time of brother Marvin痴 death.

3. US Census for 1940 has not yet been released.

4. Asa Charles Fink, living at 51 Lila Avenue, in Medford, Middlesex County, MA, died at 2:00 PM on 30 April 1940, in Dearborn Hospital, Medford, Mass. On 3 May 1940 Asa was buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, also in Medford. G.M. Allen of 49 Dudley Street in Medford was the Funeral Director. Asa痴 widow, Eva J. Newhall, then 63 years of age, stated that Asa was born in Cooperstown, NY, was 72 years of age, and was the son of David and Polly FINK. Eva did not know where Asa痴 parents were born, nor his Mother痴 (Polly痴) maiden name. Eva reported that Asa did not have a Social Security Number, but worked as a Jobbing Carpenter. Asa痴 physician, Dr. Nicholas Iovanna, stated that over the previous four years he had treated Asa for Chronic Myocarditis and Arteriosclerosis. Medford Death Certificate #473, Registered #228, Commonwealth of Massachusetts Vitsal Records #004243.

Spouse: Anna LILLY

Birth: 10 Aug 1869, NY (Reported in 1900 Census)

Death: 3 Feb 1913, Bradford, Pennsylvania (of Tuberculosis)

Father: Stephen B. LILLEY (ca1835-1912)

Mother: Jane HINK (ca1846-1912)

Marr: 1886 (22Apr-31May)

Children: George Harrison (ca1888-ca1888)

Edward Guy (1889-1965)

Leroy ("Roy") Clarence (1892-)

Lena Evelyn (1893-1982)

Arthur Franklin (1896-1963)

Charles Dewey (1898-1989)

Asa James (1900-1919)

Annie (1904-<1910)

Earl Richard (1904-1997)

Other spouses: Eva J. NEWHALL, Florence Pearl FOX

1.7a.1 George Harrison FINK


Birth: ca 1888

Death: ca 1888

Cindy says that David Harrison Fink was the first child of Asa Charles Fink & Anna Lilly and that he only lived for about a month.

1.7a.2 Edward Guy FINK


Birth: 2 Jul 1889, Driftwood, Cameron Co, PA

Death: 3 Apr 1965, Bradford, McKean Co., PA

Burial: Limestone, NY

Occ: Paperhanger & Painter in Bradford, PA.

0. Obituary said that Edward Guy Fink married Grace McKimm in Salamanca, NY, 18 March 1916, and the couple moved to Bradford, PA, in 1918.In the summer of 1919, Edward was lifing in Driftwood, PA (probably near or with his Uncle Eugene), and brother Earl Fink visited Edward in Driftwood, that summer (Sunrise p37). 1. Sue Anne (La Pierre Bottomley) BBB@ACM.ORG wrote on 10 Nov 2002 to state that: "The Fink family were all in the construction buiness: carpenters, painters, owners of wallpaper stores. Edward the oldest always remained in Pennsylvania. Earl, Roy and Arthur lived in northern suburbs of Boston at the ends of their lives: Stoneham mostly I think. Charlie lived in South Berwick Maine. My Mom thinks the birth order of the boys is Eddie, Roy, Arthur, Earl, Charlie, and Asa Jr."

1. 1930 Census has G. Edward Fink, age 41, married at age 28, working as a decorator at a paint shop, born in PA, and BOTH of his parents also born in PA. Living on Linwood Avenue.

2. 5 April 1965 McKean County PA Obituary Index has Edward Guy Fink of 64 Linwood Avenue in Bradford, PA, as being age 75 at time of death. Obit was published on 3 April 1965.

Edward FINK Birth Date: 2 Jul 1889 Death Date: Apr 1965; SSN: 173-14-9036

Spouse: Grace H. McKIMM

Birth: 23 Apr 1898, PA (Reported in 1930 Census)

Death: 22 Jan 1982, Bradford, McKean Co., PA

Father: Bernard McKIMM (1846-1921)

Mother: Jennie FINK (1871-)

Marr: 18 Mar 1916, Salamanca, NY

Children: L. Jesse (1917-1989)

Edward J. (1919-1982)

Russell G.


1.7a.2.1 L. Jesse FINK


Birth: 15 Jul 1917, Driftwood, Cameron Co., PA

Death: 19 Nov 1989, Bradford, McKean Co., PA

McKean County PA Obituary Index has Jesse Fink of 301 Bolivar Drive in Bradford, PA, as being age 72 at time of death. Obit was published on 19 November 1989.

Social Security Number: 174-07-7657

Spouse: Ruth SMITH

Marr: 24 Feb 1934, Allegany, NY

Children: Ronald


1.7a.2.1.1 Ronald FINK


1.7a.2.1.2 Gordon FINK


1.7a.2.2 Edward J. FINK


Birth: 27 Feb 1919

Death: Feb 1982, Bradford, McKean Co., PA

1. McKean County PA Obituary Index has Edward J. Fink of 29 Willis Avenue in Bradford, PA, as being age 62 at time of death. Obit was published on 15 February 1982.


2. SS CDeath Index: EDWARD FINK

SSN 159-16-7112

Residence: 16701 Bradford, Mckean, PA

Born: 27 Mar 1919

Died: Feb 1982

Issued: PA (Before 1951)

Spouse: Theresa M. PIGANELLI

Birth: ca 1922

Death: Jun 1989, Bradford, McKean Co., PA

Marr: 8 Oct 1949, Bradford, McKean Co., PA

Children: Dennis C.

Rick J.

1.7a.2.2.1 Dennis C. FINK


1.7a.2.2.2 Rick J. FINK


1.7a.2.3 Russell G. FINK


1.7a.2.4 Shirley FINK


Spouse: OAKS

1.7a.3 Leroy ("Roy") Clarence FINK


Birth: Jun 1892, PA

0. Roy Fink was living in Salamanca, Cattaraugus Co., NY, where he had m. Gladys Gifford, ca. 1913. Daughter Elizabeth Fink was born there ca 1914. If we presume that Roy was about 20 at this time, then perhaps he was born ca. 1894, and this would make him the second born child to Asa Fink & Anna Lilley. Roy & Gladys and Elizabeth lived with Gladys widowed mother, Mary Gifford. Earl Fink lived with Roy & Gladys from ca. 1915. In 1916 Roy & Gladys moved to Hornell, NY, to take a job near Arthur. Earl remained behind in Salamanca and lived with Mr. & Mrs. Austin. However, sometime after 1916 Roy and Gladys moved to Smithport, PA, where, in the summer of 1919, they were visited by Earl (Sunrise, p37). Later in 1919, Roy and Gladys moved from Smithport, PA, to another nearby town (Sunrise, p. 38). In the 7 April 1930 Census, Leroy C. Fink (age 37 on 7 April 1930) & Gladys (age 33) are living in Foster Township, McKean Co. PA, with dau Elizabeth (age 15), dau Letha (age 12), and son Earl (age 5), working as a painter with his "own account."

1. Sue Anne (La Pierre Bottomley) BBB@ACM.ORG wrote on 10 Nov 2002 to state that: "The Fink family were all in the construction buiness: carpenters, painters, owners of wallpaper stores. Edward the oldest always remained in Pennsylvania. Earl, Roy and Arthur lived in northern suburbs of Boston at the ends of their lives: Stoneham mostly I think. Charlie lived in South Berwick Maine. My Mom thinks the birth order of the boys is Eddie, Roy, Arthur, Earl, Charlie, and Asa Jr. Interesting that the 'junior' would be last. So it seems to me that the photo was taken before Asa Jr.was born."

Spouse: Gladys GIFFORD

Birth: 19 Mar 1897, NY

Death: Apr 1984, Middlesex Co., MA

Mother: Mary GIFFORD (1864-)

Marr: ca 1913, Salamanca, NY (probable; Giffords lived there)

Children: Elizabeth (1915-)

Letha (1918-)

Earl ("Sonny") (1925-)

1.7a.3.1 Elizabeth FINK


Birth: 1915

1.7a.3.2 Letha FINK


Birth: 1918

1.7a.3.3 Earl ("Sonny") FINK


Birth: 1925

1. Photo of Earl "Sonny" Fink in khaki uniform (Army?) with parents Roy & Gladys during WW II.

1.7a.4 Lena Evelyn FINK


Birth: 24 Sep 1893, Castle Garden, Cameron Co., PA (Near Driftwood, PA)

Death: 25 May 1982, New London, NH

Burial: 28 May 1982, Wheatfield Cemetery; Shawnee, NY (Outside Tonawanda)

Occ: Schoolteacher and Nurse

0. Cindy says that Lena taught Elementary School in Ceres, PA, 1912-1913, and subsequently attended Alfred University, September 1913-June 1915. Lena also worked part-time as a Convalescent Nurse and stayed in the homes of people who were ill. In this capacity she was employed in the Wasson home in Mapleton, NY, caring for someone who was sick, and in this way she met and fell in love with and later married Henry Seymour Wasson.

1. Wasson Notes Say Lena was born on 24 August 1893 in Castle Gardens, PA. 1920 US Census says Lens was 26 years of age on Census Dates of 12-13 Jan 1920. So born on 24 Aug 1893 fits.

2. 1. Sue Anne (La Pierre Bottomley) wrote on 10 Nov 2002 to state that: "Now to the Lena puzzle. My Mom feels certain that Lena's mother died when she was in high school, about age 16, because she dropped out to stay home to do the housework. Then she decided that was not the best plan, and went back to high school and graduated on time."

3. On 2 September 1907 Lena was living at 27 Seward Avenue in Bradford, PA, and received a postcard from her highschool friend, Theo Green of Port Allegany, PA, depicting the P.A. High School, which they both attended.

Spouse: Henry Seymour WASSON

Birth: 9 Apr 1876, Olean, Cattaraugus County NY

Death: 9 Jan 1937, Clarence, NY

Father: Wales W. WASSON (1847-1916)

Mother: Amelia Maria WOODRUFF (1850-1917)

Marr: 17 Jun 1915, Mapleton (Pendleton), Niagara Co., NY, by Rev. Henry Zwicker

Children: Walter Wales (1916-1993)

David Henry (1918-2002)

Anne Amelia (1920-2001)

Edith Joan (1921-1985)

Evelyn Grace (Lindy) (1923-)

1.7a.4.1 Walter Wales WASSON


Birth: 14 Apr 1916, Buffalo General Hospital; Buffalo, NY

Death: 18 Feb 1993, De Graff Memorial Hospital; N.Tonawanda, NY

Burial: 22 Feb 1993, Wheatfield Cemetery; Mapleton, NY

Occ: Entrepreneur; Jewelry Display & Paper Box Manufacturer.

Notes: Protestant Episcopal; Converted to Catholicism ca. 1992.

1. SSDI: WALES W WASSON 14 Apr 1916 18 Feb 1993 Tonawanda, Erie, NY NY (Before 1951 ) 079-01-7130 SSAN 079-01-7130

Spouse: Genevieve Victoria Rose PENSKI (PENSKA)

Birth: 4 Jul 1914, Bannock, OH

Death: 5 May 1999, Buffalo General Hospital; Buffalo, NY

Father: Johann Michael PENKSA (PENSKI) (1884-ca1944)

Mother: Rosalia Anne HAYNES (HAJNOS) (1894-1981)

Marr: 14 Sep 1935

Children: Margaret Jean (1945-)

Elizabeth Anne (1941-)

1.7a.4.1.1 Margaret Jean WASSON


Birth: 5 May 1945, Tonawanda, NY (De Graff Memorial Hospital)

Occ: High School Teacher, 1968-2000, French Language and Literature

Educ: AB, Alfred U.,67; MS, Georgetown U.,68

Spouse: George Arthur CRABB (GEO. HILL STEVENS) III

Birth: 29 Aug 1941, Atlanta, GA (Crawford W. Long Hospital)

Father: George Arthur CRABB (Jr.; Professor) (1915-1985)

Mother: Virginia Arnold HILL (1915-1981)

Marr: 12 Jul 1969, Tonawanda, New York (St. Francis of Assisi Roman Catholic Ch

Children: Alexander Wales (1974-)

Andrew Foy (1981-)

1.7a. Alexander Wales STEVENS


Birth: 21 Apr 1974, Washington, D.C. (Georgetown University Hospital)

Notes: Protestant Episcopal

Spouse: Jamaica Diane DRAIS

Birth: 13 Jan 1978, Portland, OR (Emanuel Hospital)

Father: Michael Edward DRAIS (1947-)

Mother: Barbara Jean ROSE (1954-)

Marr: 10 Aug 2002, Wilsonville, OR (South of Portland)

1.7a. Andrew Foy STEVENS


Birth: 17 Oct 1981, Washington, D.C. (Greater Southeast Community Hospital)

Notes: Protestant Episcopal

1.7a.4.1.2 Elizabeth Anne WASSON


Birth: 30 Aug 1941, Tonawanda, New York

Notes: Roman Catholic

Spouse: Edward Beaulieu McDAID

Birth: 19 Sep 1945, Philadelphia, PA

Father: Edward McDAID

Mother: Charlotte McDAID

Marr: 30 May 1966, DeLand, Florida

1.7a.4.2 David Henry WASSON


Birth: 29 Jan 1918, Tonawanda, New York

Death: 12 Jun 2002, Lakewood, NJ

0. Obituary for David H. Wasson (died 13 June 2002 in Lakewood, NJ):

DAVID H. WASSON, 84, of LAKEWOOD Published in the Asbury Park Press 6/14/02

DAVID H. WASSON, 84, of LAKEWOOD, died Wednesday at Bartley Health Care Center, Jackson. [obitpix] He was an engineer and quality manager for several manufacturing firms, and was owner and operator of Houndstooth Case Co., Lakewood, for 15 years before retiring in 1988. He graduated from Tonawanda High School in 1935 with high honors, and attended Piedmont College in Demarest, Ga. He was a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church of Lakewood; past president of the Ocean County Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution; a member of the Old Guard of Brick; and a life master of the American Contract Bridge League. He enjoyed golf, tennis, cards and going to the racetrack. He was a loving and faithful husband, and a wonderful father and grandfather. Born in Buffalo, he lived in Tonawanda, N.Y., until 1958, when he moved to Johnstown, Pa. He lived in Miami, Oklahoma, Boise, Idaho, Chambersburg, Pa., and Lumberton, N.C., before moving to Lakewood in 1971. He was predeceased by a brother, Wales Wasson, in 1993; and two sisters, Edith Word, in 1985, and Dr. Anne Wasson, in 2001. Surviving are his wife of 63 years, Virginia Martin Wasson, with whom he would have celebrated their anniversary today; three sons, Christopher Wasson of Toms River, Douglas Wasson of Lawrence, Kan., and Roy Wasson of Fort Myers, Fla.; three daughters, Janet Zehr of North Tonawanda, N.Y., Lucinda Seares-Monica of Freehold, and Pamela Hale of Bayville, Berkeley; a sister, Evelyn La Pierre of Gardner, Mass.; 18 grandchildren, Joseph Zimmerman, April Mundhenke, Melanie Smith, Philip Seares, Jessica Seares, Joel Wasson, Casey Wasson, Marianne Wasson, Quinn Wasson, David Wasson, Elizabeth Wasson, Etienne Wasson, Rianna Wasson, Jennifer Mueller, Franklin Hale, Holly Hale, Benjamin Hale and Rebecca Hale; and 11 great-grandchildren. Visitation will be from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday at Lakewood Funeral Home, 6250 Route 9, Howell. A funeral service will be held 5 p.m. Sunday at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 903 Central Ave., Lakewood. Memorial donations may be made to the Alzheimer's Association, 400 Morris Ave., Suite 251, Denville, NJ 07834.

from the Asbury Park Press Published on June 14, 2002

1. PsyDMD@Monmouth.Com, 26 May 2002 (Cindy Wasson & DDS Mike Monica): Hi All - My dad no sooner got into the nursing home when he fell & broke his hip. He is now back in Kimball Med. Center in Lakewood, and scheduled to have hip surgery on Mon. 5/27/02 at 9a.m. Can't believe this happened! See you all soon. Love,Cindy

2. Cindy, 11 June 2002: Hi Margie & George, My dad is doing very poorly. He has been sick since the end of April, and has really gone downhill rapidly. He is now in a nursing home and not eating or responding much. So the outlook is not good. Aunt Lindy sent us a copy of Aunt Anne's book, which we are enjoying very much. Hope you all are doing well. Love, Cindy

3. Cindy, 13 June 2002: Hi Everyone, My father died tonight at 5:55 p.m. He died peacefully, and it is a blessing that he is not struggling and upset. Let me know if you want the details of the service.

4. Cindy Wasson: "Eulogy for My Dad," Lakewood NJ Lutheran Church, 5:00 PM, Sunday, 16 June 2002: Eulogy for my father, David H. Wasson; June 14, 2002

" My father was very special to me, and I know I was to him, too, even though he often forgot my actual name. This was not just a recent occurrence, but something that happens in many large families. I am the third child of six, and the second girl. Dad referred to my mom as Sweetheart or "Sweets", my older sister Janet as "Big Sweets", my younger sister Pam as "Little Sweets" and me as "Middle Sweets". He would be safe just calling any of us Sweets. Anyway, I knew he was always happy to see me, and we developed a very special relationship over the past couple of years when the roles became reversed and we had to switch roles, with the children sometimes feeling like the parents.

My dad had many wonderful qualities, including enthusiasm and energy for life; an adventurous spirit in wanting to explore and learn new things, confidence in his ability to be independent and capable or meeting a challenge, and outgoing and sociable, enjoying his friends and meeting new people. I remember my dad always being an early riser, a morning person like myself. He liked to go out for a hike or walk every day and would find things wherever we happened to live. We lived in several places around the country. Dad found fossils and sharks teeth, arrowheads and Civil War bullets, and thousands of stray golf balls on golf courses, which he would clean up and sell for a few dollars a box. Growing up in the Depression with very little money and losing his father as a young man, my dad had to take on heavy responsibilities early on in life. He came home from college after his dad died and went to work to support his mother and three younger sisters. My Aunt Lindy, his youngest sister who was 13 at the time, told me that they rarely saw my father, since he worked from 3 to 11 at a factory, and the girls were all asleep by the time he got home. But my aunt said that my dad always made sure there was coal in the furnace so they kept warm.

My dad worked very hard his whole life, raising six children, and for a long time worked two jobs to make ends meet. Despite his having to cut his education short, he was very intelligent and did well in his career. I think he enjoyed being his own boss and having his own company, which is how he finished his career. Dad never felt sorry for himself or complained about anything. A few years ago on his birthday, I asked him about his life, and if he had any regrets, and he said none, that he had had a wonderful life, and could not ask for more. He could not think of a single thing he needed for a birthday gift. He felt he had everything.

So I am glad that my dad was a good leader for all us, teaching us to be strong and independent, confident in ourselves and willing to take risks. He took good care of us and in the end, we took good care of him. We love our dad and will miss him very much, but we will never forget his wonderful spirit. [End.]

Spouse: Virginia May MARTIN

Birth: 17 Apr 1918

Father: William Richard MARTIN Sr. (1877-1972)

Mother: Matilda Emma-Marie WILKE (1886-)

Marr: Jun 1939

Children: Janet Barbara (1940-)

Christopher David (1942-)

Lucinda May (1945-)

Douglas Charles (1946-)

Roy Alexander (1950-)

Pamela Belle (1955-)

1.7a.4.2.1a Janet Barbara WASSON*


Birth: 5 Aug 1940

Spouse: Joseph Clarence ZIMMERMAN

Death: 18 Dec 1992

Marr: 27 Dec 1958

Children: Joseph Clarence (1959-)

April May (1961-)

Melanie Rose (1964-)

Other spouses: Richard M. ZEHR

1.7a.4.2.1a.1a Joseph Clarence ZIMMERMAN Jr.*


Birth: 4 Oct 1959

Spouse: Pamela C. SNYDER

Marr: 9 Oct 1982

Children: Daniel Joseph (1987-)

Other spouses: Alicia M. Porpelia NYCEK

1.7a.4.2.1a.1a.1 Daniel Joseph ZIMMERMAN


Birth: 2 Nov 1987

1.7a.4.2.1a.1b Joseph Clarence ZIMMERMAN Jr.* (See above)


Spouse: Alicia M. Porpelia NYCEK

Marr: 19 Jul 1991

Children: Joshua Joseph (1992-)

Other spouses: Pamela C. SNYDER

1.7a.4.2.1a.1b.1 Joshua Joseph ZIMMERMAN


Birth: 29 May 1992

1.7a.4.2.1a.2 April May ZIMMERMAN


Birth: 3 Nov 1961

Spouse: Gary R. MUNDHENKE

Marr: 18 May 1983

Children: Rachel Anne (1988-)

Jonathan David (1990-)

1.7a.4.2.1a.2.1 Rachel Anne MUNDHENKE


Birth: 15 Jul 1988

1.7a.4.2.1a.2.2 Jonathan David MUNDHENKE


Birth: 20 Mar 1990

1.7a.4.2.1a.3 Melanie Rose ZIMMERMAN


Birth: 4 Jul 1964

Spouse: James P. SMITH

Marr: 13 Oct 1990

Children: Zachary James (1993-)

Nathaniel John (1994-)

Cameron Joseph (1999-)

1.7a.4.2.1a.3.1 Zachary James SMITH


Birth: 4 Feb 1993

1.7a.4.2.1a.3.2 Nathaniel John SMITH


Birth: 15 Jun 1994

1.7a.4.2.1a.3.3 Cameron Joseph SMITH


Birth: 13 Aug 1999

1.7a.4.2.1b Janet Barbara WASSON* (See above)


Spouse: Richard M. ZEHR

Marr: 13 Aug 1993

Other spouses: Joseph Clarence ZIMMERMAN

1.7a.4.2.2 Christopher David WASSON


Birth: 31 Aug 1942

1.7a.4.2.3a Lucinda May WASSON*


Birth: 3 May 1945

Spouse: Howard SEARES

Children: Philip David (1970-)

Jessica Amber Greta (1974-)

Other spouses: Michael MONICA

1.7a.4.2.3a.1 Philip David SEARES


Birth: 7 May 1970, Brooklyn, NY

Spouse: Joyce VILLAREAL

Birth: 2 Nov 1968, Manila, Philippine Islands

Children: Jacob Villareal (2000-)

1.7a.4.2.3a.1.1 Jacob Villareal SEARES


Birth: 1 Dec 2000

1.7a.4.2.3a.2 Jessica Amber Greta SEARES


Birth: 1 Nov 1974

1. Cindy Monica wrote on 19 May 03 that "Jessica Seares, my daughter, is defending her dissertation for her Ph. D. in conservation ecology next week at the University of Georgia."

1.7a.4.2.3b Lucinda May WASSON* (See above)


Spouse: Michael MONICA

Marr: Aug 1992

Other spouses: Howard SEARES

1.7a.4.2.4 Douglas Charles WASSON


Birth: 26 Aug 1946

E-Mail Address is DCWASSON@AOL.COM

Spouse: Barbara ALLEN

Children: Joel John

Marianne (Twin)

Casey (Twin)

Quinn Douglas

1.7a. Joel John WASSON


1.7a. Marianne WASSON


1.7a. Casey WASSON


1.7a. Quinn Douglas WASSON


1.7a.4.2.5a Roy Alexander WASSON*


Birth: 30 Oct 1950

E-Mail Address is CRER WASS@AOL.COM

Spouse: Margaret STRITE

Children: David Edwin

Elizabeth Ann

Other spouses: Celeste

1.7a.4.2.5a.1 David Edwin WASSON


1.7a.4.2.5a.2 Elizabeth Ann WASSON


1.7a.4.2.5b Roy Alexander WASSON* (See above)


Spouse: Celeste

Children: Rianna


Other spouses: Margaret STRITE

1.7a.4.2.5b.1 Rianna WASSON


1.7a.4.2.5b.2 Etienne WASSON


1.7a.4.2.6 Pamela Belle WASSON


Birth: 29 Jul 1955

E-Mail is

Spouse: Bill HALE

Children: Jennifer





1.7a. Jennifer HALE


Living in Grand Island, NY, in 2003.

Spouse: Ronald MUELLER

Children: Jocelyn (ca1998-)

Jaden ("Jade") Ronald (ca2000-)

1.7a. Jocelyn MUELLER


Birth: ca 1998

1.7a. Jaden ("Jade") Ronald MUELLER


Birth: ca 2000

1.7a. Franklin HALE


1.7a. Holly HALE


Spouse: William ROSANIO

Marr: 2002, New Brunswick, NJ

Children: Perrin William (2002-)

1.7a. Perrin William HALE


Birth: 18 Dec 2002

1.7a. Benjamin HALE


1.7a. Rebecca HALE


1.7a.4.3 Anne Amelia WASSON


Birth: 12 Aug 1920, Tonawanda, New York

Death: 25 Oct 2001, Hyden, KY

Burial: 29 Oct 2001, East Sutton, NH

1.7a.4.4 Edith Joan WASSON


Birth: 2 Dec 1921, Tonawanda, New York

Death: 13 Aug 1985, Jacksonville, FL

Burial: 16 Aug 1985, Evergreen Cemetery; Jacksonville, FL

Spouse: William B. WORD

Children: William



1.7a.4.4.1 William WORD


1.7a.4.4.2 Wade WORD


1.7a.4.4.3 Gary WORD


1.7a.4.5 Evelyn Grace (Lindy) WASSON


Birth: 8 Sep 1923, Tonawanda, New York

Spouse: Theodore Lee LAPIERRE

Birth: 14 Jul 1924, Concord, NH

Death: 6 Mar 1990, Sarasota, FL

Marr: 17 Jun 1945

Children: Sue Anne (1946-)

Debra Aimee

Theodore (1966-)

1.7a.4.5.1 Sue Anne LAPIERRE


Birth: 12 Sep 1946, Concord, NH

Spouse: Bruce Bland BOTTOMLEY

Birth: 28 Jul 1943, Boston, MA

Marr: 1 Sep 1968, Acton, MA

Children: Sarah Elizabeth (1978-)

Karin Alison (1975-)

1.7a. Sarah Elizabeth BOTTOMLEY


Birth: 3 Jul 1978

Spouse: Daniel Scott MASON

Marr: 20 Jul 2002, Annapolis, MD

Children: Noelle Audrey (2003-)

1.7a. Noelle Audrey MASON


Birth: 30 Apr 2003

E-Mail from Sue Anne & Bruce Bottomley, sent on Tuesday 6 May 2003:

Noelle Audrey MASON

Born April 30, 2003, 3:55 AM MDT. 6 lbs, 3 oz. She arrived a bit early

and stayed in the hospital for a few extra days, but is now at home and in

fine shape.

1.7a. Karin Alison BOTTOMLEY


Birth: 1 Jul 1975

Spouse: Daniel Joseph TRACY

Marr: 12 Sep 1999, Baltimore, MD

1.7a.4.5.2 Debra Aimee LAPIERRE


Birth: Plymouth. NH

1.7a.4.5.3 Theodore LAPIERRE


Birth: 4 Oct 1966, New London, Nh

Spouse: Lynn CHAPUT

Birth: ? 26 Feb 1962

Marr: Oct 1989

Children: Carolyn (1994-)

Hayley (1997-)

1.7a. Carolyn LAPIERRE


Birth: 1994

1.7a. Hayley LAPIERRE


Birth: 29 Nov 1997

1.7a.5 Arthur Franklin FINK


Birth: 11 Feb 1896, Port Allegany, PA

Death: 17 Dec 1963, Melrose, MA

Burial: 20 Dec 1963, Malden, MA

0. Arthur Fink was living in Hornell, NY ca. 1916. (Earl Fink, "Sunrise & Sunset," p.23)

1. US 1920 Census of 12 January 1920 in Bradford, McKean Co., PA, has an Arthur F. Fink, a Painter of Houses, age 25, wife Grace, age 23, daughter Lycle (Lucille?) age 5, daughter Zelda, age 3, son Gerald, eight months. Arthur & Grace & Gerald were born in PA; daughters Lycle and Zelda were born in NY. Arthur states that both of his parents were born in PA.

2. US 1930 Census, taken in Buffalo, Erie Co., NY, on 2 April 1930, has Arthur

2. SSDI: Has an Arthur Fink, born 11 Feb 1896, died in MA in Dec 1963; SSN 013-01-3372 issued in MA before 1951. Looks like the best fit.

3. Sue Anne (La Pierre Bottomley) wrote on 10 Nov 2002 to state that: "The Fink family were all in the construction buiness: carpenters, painters, owners of wallpaper stores. Edward the oldest always remained in Pennsylvania. Earl, Roy and Arthur lived in northern suburbs of Boston at the ends of their lives: Stoneham mostly I think. Charlie lived in South Berwick Maine. My Mom thinks the birth order of the boys is Eddie, Roy, Arthur, Earl, Charlie, and Asa Jr. Interesting that the 'junior' would be last. So it seems to me that the photo was taken before Asa Jr.was born."

4. Family photo of Uncle Art Fink & Aunt Grace Scholl in East Salamanca, NY, in July 1913.

5. Obituary for Arthur Fink was printed in The Era (Bradford PA), 19 December 1963.

Spouse: Grace SCHOLL

Birth: ca 1896

Marr: ca 1914

Children: Lucille (1915-)

Zelda ("Zella") (ca1916-)

Arthur Gerald (ca1918-)

1.7a.5.1 Lucille FINK


Birth: 26 Jan 1915

Death: 4 Sep

Spouse: Master Sergeant Frank HAMPSHIRE Sr.

Children: William



1.7a.5.1.1 William


1.7a.5.1.2 Nellie HAMPSHIRE


1.7a.5.1.3 Frank HAMPSHIRE Jr.


1.7a.5.2 Zelda ("Zella") FINK


Birth: ca 1916

1. CDFink to GHS, 24May2003: "Much of the early history of my Father I got from Zella Fink, Uncle Art's daughter. She now lives(just barely) in the Odd Fellows home in Concord NH. Lindy went to see her not too long ago. Zella told me that she thought that Uncle Earl's "Sunrise and Sunset" contains a lot of mis-memories."

1.7a.5.3 Arthur Gerald FINK


Birth: ca 1918

1. A. Gerald Fink was living in NH when his father Arthur Fink died on 17 Dec 1963.

2. PFC Arthur Gerald FINK served with General George S. PATTON痴 3rd Army in Germany and was the recipient of the Purple Heart.

3. Gerald Fink was living in Derry, NH, when his sister Lucille Fink (Mrs. Frank Hampshire) died on 4 September 19?? on Guam.

1.7a.6a Charles Dewey FINK*


Birth: 1 Oct 1898, PA

Death: 26 Dec 1989

Occ: Served in US Navy in WW I (Carpenter痴 Mate on Minesweeper "Heronn") & II (Chief Carpenter痴 Mate w/Seabees in Solomon Islands, Pacific)

Notes: Living in New Hampshire in 1964

0. Charles Dewey Fink was living in Erie, PA, ca. 1916. (Earl Fink, "Sunrise & Sunset," p.24.)

1. Lived in NH at the time of Uncle Eugene痴 death in 1964.

2. Sue Anne (La Pierre Bottomley) wrote on 10 Nov 2002 to state that: "Charlie was in WW I and WW II and built airstrips in Europe. Charlie lived in South Berwick Maine. My Mom thinks the birth order of the boys is Eddie, Roy, Arthur, Earl, Charlie, and Asa Jr."

3. SSDI has Charles D. Fink, born 1 Oct 1898 and d. 26 Dec 1989, in Maine, SSN 007-38-6671 issued 1956-57 in Maine.

4. C. Dennis Fink to GHS, 24 May 2003: "Hi George: I finally got your latest e-mails printed out. I had to get a new printer to accomplish that.I'll try to provide you with as much family history re. Mary and I as I can round up. Much of it is lost and much of it was never told to me. I'll explain that as I go along.

Let's start with my father.You have his dates of birth and death correct. His was Charles Dewey Fink and I am Charles Dennis Fink. I never went by Charles but I have to sign most papers as"Charles D". but sometimes I sign them "C. Dennis"

Much of the early history of my Father I got from Zella Fink, Uncle Art's daughter. She now lives(just barely) in the Odd Fellows home in Concord NH. Lindy went to see her not too long ago. Zella told me that she thought that Uncle Earl's "Sunrise and Sunset" contains a lot of mis-memories.

My farther was in WWI as a carpenter's mate on board the minesweeper "Heron". During 1919(I think) he was sick with the flu that was going around the world at that timed. Apparently he almost died. Eventually he recovered. In WWII he was a Chief Carpenter's Mate with the Navy Seebees. He was with a construction battalion that participated in the Solomon Island campaign. His battalion build airfields. On one of those islands he build a raised platfrom to sleep on so as to get away from land crabs. During an air raid he rolled out out of bed the wrong way, fell to the ground and broke his back. After about 3 months of rehab he recovered qute well and was discharged.

Now back to 1919. My father apparently did go to live with Uncle Earl in Franklin, NH. Earl's 8th grade teach was a very pretty young lady(if I have the correct photo) and soon they were married. Unfortunately, my farther overlooked a few medical flaws in his future inlaws. Thus, my father married the first Mary Fink in 1920 and poor Mary died of TB about 2 years later. I presummed that the SSDI has a Mary Fink residing in a Franking NH cemetrary. If not there try Tilton, NH. Her death probably occurred in 1922 or 23. I have to make educated guesses at some of the above history because it was a forbidden subject of conversation in our household, I first found out abou8 it when I found some photographs and asked my mother "who is this lady". She has to admit it was my father;s first wife but nothing more was ever said.

So, sometime in 1924 or 25 while my father was in the Boston area he met my mother. Again, not a topic for conversation in our household. I think I can find out when they were married. How my mother came to be in Boston "we don't talk about". However it goes something like this.

My grandmother, Charlote Richardson, was probably born in the late 1870's or early 80's in Goldboro, Nova Scotia. Goldboro is locate northeast of Halifax, (It was called Goldboro because people found gold there. In fact I probably have most of it, given to me by my father. It consists of about 10 small pieces of quartz containing about 1/10 of an ounce oi gold. So much for Goldboro.) My grandmother married a fellow by the name of Green. He was either an goldsmith or a silversmith. Apprantly shortly after their marriage then moved to Boston. In those days two-three ships a day sailed betweeen Halifax and Boston. My mother and "Uncle Howard" were born in Boston. Grandfather Green was somewhat successful. However, after work he apparently usually indulged in a drink or two, three, four, etc. with the boys down at the local pub. Grandma Green got tired of all that, packed up the kids, and stompped off to Goldboro, exactly when I don't know. Apprently they lived in Goldbord and other nearby places until the early 20's when they moved back to Boston. To my knowledge my grandmpother Green never became an US citizen. She died in about 1955 while living with my parents in So, Berwick Maine. the SSDI should have her in Woodlawn Cemetary, So, B erwick Maine. We have a "Richardson" bible which may have more info. re Grandmother Green. It is Ogunquit. If it every stops raining and warms up we will go there and seen what info. it contains.

You askec why you could not find us in the 1930 census. That's probably bacause we were in an old touring car somewhat between Crestwood Road, Medford, MA and Rocks Road, Seabrook NH. During the late 1920's my father was doing very well as a lathing contractor. He had just build a new house oin Crestwood Road. After the 29" crash his work dried up and in the summer of 1930 the bank forclosed. He found an old farm in Seabook; no electricty, well water and a pump in the kitchen, but, it has a farm and hen house. That's what he really wanted.

Anyway, I suspect that the census takers never caught up with us.

Well, that's enough history for now. I have better information re. the family of the second Mary Fink. I'll send that along soon.

Hope you and Marge are doing well. -- Denny

Spouse: Olive Gertrude GREEN

Birth: 7 Apr 1902, Canada (?)

Death: Jun 1980, South Berwick, York County, Maine

Father: James Herbert GREEN (1867-)

Mother: Charlotte May RICHARDSON (ca1879-1956)

Marr: 26 Sep 1923

Children: Charles Dennis

Other spouses: Mary (MNU)

1.7a.6a.1 Charles Dennis FINK


Spouse: Mary BLACKWELL

1.7a.6b Charles Dewey FINK* (See above)


Spouse: Mary (MNU)

Birth: ca 1899, Franklin, NH (probably)

Death: ca 1923, Franklin, NH (probably)

Other spouses: Olive Gertrude GREEN

1.7a.7 Asa James FINK Jr.


Birth: 24 Sep 1900, Port Allegany, PA

Death: 6 Mar 1919, Buffalo, Erie Co., NY

Burial: Ridge Lawn Cemetery, Williamsville, NY; KK-251

Notes: Fractured skull; 5 storey fall

1. McKean County, PA; Early Birth Records 1893 - 1905 ; Port Allegany Borough: "Asa J. (probably for Jr.) Fink" born to Asa and Anna Fink. Father痴 occupation listed as laborer.

Fink, Asa J. 09/24/1900 Port Allegany M Asa/Anna Laborer #12

2. Sue Anne La Pierre Bottomley wrote on 10 November 2002 to state that: "My Mom thinks the birth order of the boys is Eddie, Roy, Arthur, Earl, Charlie, and Asa Jr. Interesting that the 'junior' would be last. So it seems to me that the photo was taken before Asa Jr.was born. Asa Jr died at age 20 (actually he was 18) or thereabouts in a job accident. He was washing windows in a tall building in the Buffalo area and fell to his death leaving a wife."

1.7a.8 Annie FINK


Birth: 13 Jul 1904, Custer City, PA

Death: bef 22 Apr 1910 Census

1. McKEAN COUNTY, PA BIRTH RECORDS 1892 - 1905 Bradford

Surname Child's Name Birthdate BirthPlace Sex Parent's Names

Fink Annie 07/13/1904 Custer City F C.A/Annie laborer #32

Annie is not listed among the seven other children of Asa and Annie Fink and had died. 1910 Census noted that Annie Fink was the mother of 8 children, of whom 7 were still living.

2. SSDI has Anne Camp, SSAN 089-18-6356 issued in NY, born 29 Dec 1907, d. 13 April 1992; last known residence was Schenectady, NY, 12308.

1.7a.9 Earl Richard FINK


Birth: 27 Jul 1904, Custer City, McKean Co., PA

Death: 17 Feb 1997, Lecanto, Citrus Co., FL

Notes: Living in Melrose, Mass, in 1964. Autobiography, Sunrise & Sunset.St.Paul,MN:Braun Press,1979

0. In the 1930 Census in Medford, Middlesex, MA, Earl said that he was born in PA and that both of his parents (David & Polly) also were born in PA.

SSDI has SSAN as 029-05-7846 and Death Zip Code was 34461, Lecanto, Citrus Co., FL.

Earl reports (Sunrise and Sunset) that In the summer of 1920 earl took a job as a bicycle delivery messengerwith a Blue Print Company in Buffalo; thiswas probably just before the autumn of 1920, when the family moved to New England.

1. Sue Anne La Pierre (Mrs. Bruce Bottomley) wrote on 10 Nov 2002 to state that: "The Fink family were all in the construction buiness: carpenters, painters, owners of wallpaper stores. Edward the oldest always remained in Pennsylvania. Earl, Roy and Arthur lived in northern suburbs of Boston at the ends of their lives: Stoneham mostly I think. Charlie lived in South Berwick Maine. My Mom thinks the birth order of the boys is Eddie, Roy, Arthur, Earl, Charlie, and Asa Jr. Interesting that the 'junior' would be last. So it seems to me that the photo was taken before Asa Jr.was born."

2. Living in Melrose, Mass, in 1964. Autobiography, Sunrise & Sunset.St.Paul,MN:Braun Press,1979. Earl was cited in brother Edward Guy Fink痴 1965 obituary as living in Melrose, MA.

3. SS Death Index: Earl R. FINK SSN: 029-05-7846 Residence: 34461 Lecanto, Citrus, FL

Born: 27 Jul 1904 Died: 17 Feb 1997: Issued: MAssachusetts (Before 1951).

Spouse: Elsie Harriet BURKE

Birth: 3 Jul 1904, Randolph, Orange Co., VT

Death: Jun 1987, Reading, Middlesex Co., MA

Marr: 1922

Children: Gladys (ca1924-)

Geraldine Rose (ca1925-)

Barbara Ann (ca1936-)

Warren (ca1940-)

1.7a.9.1a Gladys FINK*


Birth: ca Dec 1924, PA

Was 5 years and five months old in Medford, Middlesex Co., MA, on 2 April 1930, in US 1930 Census.

Spouse: Rodney

Children: Richard



Other spouses: Harry, George

1.7a.9.1a.1 Richard


1.7a.9.1a.2 Daniel


1.7a.9.1a.3 David


1.7a.9.1b Gladys FINK* (See above)


Spouse: Harry

Other spouses: Rodney, George

1.7a.9.1c Gladys FINK* (See above)


Spouse: George

Other spouses: Rodney, Harry

1.7a.9.2 Geraldine Rose FINK


Birth: ca 1925, PA

Spouse: Douglas

Birth: Canada.

Marr: ca 1943

1.7a.9.3 Barbara Ann FINK


Birth: ca 1936

1.7a.9.4 Warren FINK


Birth: ca 1940

Spouse: Charlene

1.7b Asa Charles FINK* (See above)


Spouse: Eva J. NEWHALL

Birth: ca 1878

Father: George NEWHALL

Marr: 1919

Other spouses: Anna LILLY, Florence Pearl FOX

1.7c Asa Charles FINK* (See above)


Spouse: Florence Pearl FOX

Birth: 3 Jun 1887, Farmersville, McKean Co., PA

Death: 14 Jul 1919, Bradford, McKeanCo., PA

Father: Charles Edward FOX (1864-)

Mother: Nettie Angeline DARLING (1866-1947)

Marr: ca 1916, Bradfrd, McKean Co., PA

Other spouses: Anna LILLY, Eva J. NEWHALL

1.8 Sarah FINK


Birth: Nov 1869

1.9 Jennie FINK


Birth: 23 Dec 1869, Schenevus, Otsego Co., NY

Death: 15 Mar 1956, DuBois, Clearfield Co., PA (Maple Ave Hospital)

1. Mrs. Jennie Fink McKIMM was living in Driftwood, PA, when her brother Marvin died in 1931.

2. In 1921 ten of the twelve children of Barney & Jennie Fink McKimm survived.

Spouse: Barney McKIMM Sr.

Birth: ca 1834, South Jacksonville, New Brunswick, Canada

Death: 31 Jul 1921, Castle Garden, Cameron Co., PA

Marr: 1885, Castle Garden, Cameron Co., PA

Children: John





Jesse ("Jess")





1.9.1 John McKIMM


1.9.2 Barney McKIMM Jr.


1.9.3 Edward McKIMM


1.9.4 George McKIMM


1.9.5 Asa McKIMM


1.9.6 Jesse ("Jess") McKIMM


1.9.7 Ella McKIMM


Spouse: CONWAY

1.9.8 Grace McKIMM


Spouse: FINK

1.9.9 Mary McKIMM



1.9.10 Stella McKIMM


Spouse: EGGLER

1.10 Minnie FINK


Birth: ca 1874, Driftwood, Cameron Co., PA (Probably)

1. 16 April 1910 Census in Driftwood, PA: "Minnie (Fink) Miller, WF, age 33; 5 of 6 children are living. Minnie was born in PA; but her parents were both born in NY."

2. Minnie Fink Miller was living in Killbuck, NY, in 1931, when her brother Marvin FINK died.

Spouse: Emery MILLER

Birth: ca 1872

Father: David MILLER

Mother: Elsie

Marr: 11 Jun 1894, Driftwood, Cameron Co., PA

Children: Fred A. (ca1896-)

Christinia G. (ca1898-)

McClellen (ca1902-)

Hazel (ca1907-)

Orva (ca1908-)

1.10.1 Fred A. MILLER


Birth: ca 1896

1.10.2 Christinia G. MILLER


Birth: ca 1898

1.10.3 McClellen MILLER


Birth: ca 1902

1.10.4 Hazel MILLER


Birth: ca 1907

1.10.5 Orva MILLER


Birth: ca 1908

1.11 Annie FINK


Death: aft Dec 1964, Schenectady, Schenectady County, NY

1. Annie Fink CAMP was living in Oneonta, Otsego Co., NY, in 1931, at the time of brother Marvin FINK痴 death.

2. Annie Camp was living in Schenevus, Otsego County, NY, in March of 1956, when her sister Jennie Fink died in DuBois, PA.

3. Annie Fink CAMP was living in Schenectady, NY, when her brother Eugene died in Dec 1964.

Spouse: CAMP





Celeste spouse of 1.7a.4.2.5b

Charlene spouse of 1.7a.9.4

Daniel 1.7a.9.1a.2

David 1.7a.9.1a.3

Douglas spouse of 1.7a.9.2

Elizabeth parent of spouse of 1.5a

Elsie parent of spouse of 1.10

George spouse of 1.7a.9.1c

Harry spouse of 1.7a.9.1b

Lana parent of 1

Louise spouse of 1.5a.1b

Martha parent of spouse of 1

Mary E. spouse of 1.1

Richard 1.7a.9.1a.1

Rodney spouse of 1.7a.9.1a

Ruth spouse of 1.4a

William 1.7a.5.1.1


Barbara spouse of 1.7a.4.2.4


Theodore spouse of 1.5a.3b

Vernon spouse of 1.5a.4.1


Elmer spouse of 1.5a.3a


Mary spouse of 1.7a.6a.1


Bruce Bland spouse of 1.7a.4.5.1

Karin Alison 1.7a.

Sarah Elizabeth 1.7a.


Ruby spouse of 1.5a.2.1


Elsie Harriet spouse of 1.7a.9


UNNAMED spouse of 1.11


Lynn spouse of 1.7a.4.5.3


UNNAMED spouse of 1.9.7


George Arthur (Jr.; Professor) parent of spouse of 1.7a.4.1.1


George Arthur III spouse of 1.7a.4.1.1


Nettie Angeline parent of spouse of 1.7c


Jamaica Diane spouse of 1.7a.

Michael Edward parent of spouse of 1.7a.


UNNAMED parent of spouse of 1.5a.4

Lena 1.5a.4.1

William Henry Alonzo ("Lon") spouse of 1.5a.4


Matilda ("Tillie") spouse of 1.4b


UNNAMED spouse of 1.9.10


Grace Ellen spouse of 1.5a.2


UNNAMED spouse of 1.9.8

Alice ("Alie") 1.5a.3a

Alice ("Alie") 1.5b.4a

Annie 1.11

Annie 1.7a.8

Arthur Franklin 1.7a.5

Arthur Gerald 1.7a.5.3

Asa Charles 1.7a

Asa James Jr. 1.7a.7

Barbara Ann 1.7a.9.3

Bertha Mae 1.5a.4

Bertha Mae 1.5b.3

Charles Dennis 1.7a.6a.1

Charles Dewey 1.7a.6a

Clarence 1.5a.2.2

David 1

Dennis C. 1.7a.2.2.1

Earl Richard 1.7a.9

Earl ("Sonny") 1.7a.3.3

Edward Guy 1.7a.2

Edward J. 1.7a.2.2

Elizabeth 1.7a.3.1

Eugene ("Gene") 1.5a

George Harrison 1.7a.1

Geraldine Rose 1.7a.9.2

Gladys 1.7a.9.1a

Gordon 1.7a.2.1.2

Harry 1.3.3

Jacob parent of 1

James Alfred 1.5a.1a

James Alfred 1.5b.2a

Jennie parent of spouse of 1.7a.2

Jennie 1.9

Jesse ("Jessie") 1.2

John 1.6

L. Jesse 1.7a.2.1

Lena Evelyn 1.7a.4

Leroy ("Roy") Clarence 1.7a.3

Lester E. 1.5a.2.1

Letha 1.7a.3.2

Lottie J. 1.4b.3

Louisa 1.1.1

Lucille 1.7a.5.1

Martha 1.3.1

Marvin 1.3

Minnie 1.10

Myrtle Emmier 1.4b.2

Nathan 1.4a

Nellie 1.3.2

Rick J. 1.7a.2.2.2

Ronald 1.7a.2.1.1

Russell G. 1.7a.2.3

Sarah 1.8

Shirley 1.7a.2.4

Warren 1.7a.9.4

William H. 1.5a.2

William H. 1.5b.1

William (Uncle Will) 1.1

Wilson M. 1.4b.1

Zelda ("Zella") 1.7a.5.2


Charles Edward parent of spouse of 1.7c

Florence Pearl spouse of 1.7c


Jessie A. spouse of 1.5a.1a


Gladys spouse of 1.7a.3

Mary parent of spouse of 1.7a.3


James Herbert parent of spouse of 1.7a.6a

Olive Gertrude spouse of 1.7a.6a


Benjamin 1.7a.

Bill spouse of 1.7a.4.2.6

Franklin 1.7a.

Holly 1.7a.

Jennifer 1.7a.

Perrin William 1.7a.

Rebecca 1.7a.


Master Sergeant Frank Sr. spouse of 1.7a.5.1

Frank Jr. 1.7a.5.1.3

Nellie 1.7a.5.1.2


Rosalia Anne parent of spouse of 1.7a.4.1


Virginia Arnold parent of spouse of 1.7a.4.1.1


Jane parent of spouse of 1.7a


Mary spouse of 1.3


Carolyn 1.7a.

Debra Aimee 1.7a.4.5.2

Hayley 1.7a.

Sue Anne 1.7a.4.5.1

Theodore 1.7a.4.5.3

Theodore Lee spouse of 1.7a.4.5


Stephen B. parent of spouse of 1.7a


Anna spouse of 1.7a


UNNAMED spouse of 1.9.9


Virginia May spouse of 1.7a.4.2

William Richard Sr. parent of spouse of 1.7a.4.2


Daniel Scott spouse of 1.7a.

Noelle Audrey 1.7a.


Lucy parent of spouse of 1.4b.1

Mary spouse of 1.4b.1


Charlotte parent of spouse of 1.7a.4.1.2

Edward parent of spouse of 1.7a.4.1.2

Edward Beaulieu spouse of 1.7a.4.1.2


Asa 1.9.5

Barney Sr. spouse of 1.9

Barney Jr. 1.9.2

Bernard parent of spouse of 1.7a.2

Edward 1.9.3

Ella 1.9.7

George 1.9.4

Grace 1.9.8

Grace H. spouse of 1.7a.2

Jesse ("Jess") 1.9.6

John 1.9.1

Mary 1.9.9

Stella 1.9.10


Christinia G. 1.10.2

David parent of spouse of 1.10

Emery spouse of 1.10

Fred A. 1.10.1

Hazel 1.10.4

McClellen 1.10.3

Orva 1.10.5


Mary spouse of 1.7a.6b


Michael spouse of 1.7a.4.2.3b


Jaden ("Jade") Ronald 1.7a.

Jocelyn 1.7a.

Ronald spouse of 1.7a.


Gary R. spouse of 1.7a.4.2.1a.2

Jonathan David 1.7a.4.2.1a.2.2

Rachel Anne 1.7a.4.2.1a.2.1


Eva J. spouse of 1.7b

George parent of spouse of 1.7b


Alicia M. Porpelia spouse of 1.7a.4.2.1a.1b


UNNAMED spouse of 1.7a.2.4


Nathan Moody parent of spouse of 1


Polly M. spouse of 1


T.B. spouse of 1.3.2


Johann Michael parent of spouse of 1.7a.4.1


Genevieve Victoria Rose spouse of 1.7a.4.1


Theresa M. spouse of 1.7a.2.2


Robert spouse of 1.3.1


Charlotte May parent of spouse of 1.7a.6a


William spouse of 1.7a.


Barbara Jean parent of spouse of 1.7a.


Grace spouse of 1.7a.5


Howard spouse of 1.7a.4.2.3a

Jacob Villareal 1.7a.4.2.3a.1.1

Jessica Amber Greta 1.7a.4.2.3a.2

Philip David 1.7a.4.2.3a.1


Lafe parent of spouse of 1.4b.1


Cameron Joseph 1.7a.4.2.1a.3.3

James P. spouse of 1.7a.4.2.1a.3

Nathaniel John 1.7a.4.2.1a.3.2

Ruth spouse of 1.7a.2.1

Zachary James 1.7a.4.2.1a.3.1


Pamela C. spouse of 1.7a.4.2.1a.1a


Alexander Wales 1.7a.

Andrew Foy 1.7a.


Wilbur David spouse of 1.4b.2


Margaret spouse of 1.7a.4.2.5a


Daniel Joseph spouse of 1.7a.


Joyce spouse of 1.7a.4.2.3a.1


Anne Amelia 1.7a.4.3

Casey 1.7a.

Christopher David 1.7a.4.2.2

David Edwin 1.7a.4.2.5a.1

David Henry 1.7a.4.2

Douglas Charles 1.7a.4.2.4

Edith Joan 1.7a.4.4

Elizabeth Ann 1.7a.4.2.5a.2

Elizabeth Anne 1.7a.4.1.2

Etienne 1.7a.4.2.5b.2

Evelyn Grace (Lindy) 1.7a.4.5

Henry Seymour spouse of 1.7a.4

Janet Barbara 1.7a.4.2.1a

Joel John 1.7a.

Lucinda May 1.7a.4.2.3a

Margaret Jean 1.7a.4.1.1

Marianne 1.7a.

Pamela Belle 1.7a.4.2.6

Quinn Douglas 1.7a.

Rianna 1.7a.4.2.5b.1

Roy Alexander 1.7a.4.2.5a

Wales W. parent of spouse of 1.7a.4

Walter Wales 1.7a.4.1


Matilda Emma-Marie parent of spouse of 1.7a.4.2


Amelia Maria parent of spouse of 1.7a.4


Gary 1.7a.4.4.3

Wade 1.7a.4.4.2

William 1.7a.4.4.1

William B. spouse of 1.7a.4.4


Isaac parent of spouse of 1.5a

Lucy Emma spouse of 1.5a


Richard M. spouse of 1.7a.4.2.1b


April May 1.7a.4.2.1a.2

Daniel Joseph 1.7a.4.2.1a.1a.1

Joseph Clarence spouse of 1.7a.4.2.1a

Joseph Clarence Jr. 1.7a.4.2.1a.1a

Joshua Joseph 1.7a.4.2.1a.1b.1

Melanie Rose 1.7a.4.2.1a.3



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