Fourth Generation


155. Frank Wilklow was born on 17 January 1855 in Rochester, Ulster Co., NY. Frank had a 102 acre farm about ¾ mile south of Centerville. He had 3000 concord grape vines and 4000 currant bushes, and a large quantity of raspberries and apples. Frank was for many years the Lloyd Town Clerk and served as a Justice of the Peace. He died on 3 April 1943 in Lloyd, NY. Frank was buried at Lloyd Cemetery in Lloyd, NY.1

Frank Wilklow and Anna D. Hasbrouck were married on 2 December 1880 at First Presbyterian Church in Highland, Ulster Co., NY. Anna D. Hasbrouck was born on 2 December 1858 in Lloyd, NY. She died on 11 May 1945 in Highland, Ulster Co., NY. She was buried at Lloyd Cemetery in Lloyd, NY.1

Frank Wilklow and Anna D. Hasbrouck had these children:

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Walter Delaney Wilklow.

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Harriet Wilklow.

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Grace Wilklow.

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Frederick Wilklow.

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Albert Wilklow.

Census records (from Lloyd, NY)
1900 Frank 45, Anna D. 41, Walter D. 18, Hattie 16, Grace 13, Fred 10, Albert 6
1905 Frank 50, Annie D. 46, Hattie 21, Walter D. 23, Grace 18, Fred 15, Albert 11
1910 (New Paltz Turnpike) Frank 55, Anna D. 51, Hattie 25, Grace 22, Fred 20, Albert 16
1915 (New Paltz Turnpike) Frank 59, Anne D. 55, Harriet 30, Albert 21
1925 (Pancake Hollow) Frank 70, Annie D. 66, Albert 31
1930 (Pancake Rd.) Frank 75, Anna D. 71, Albert 36, Mildred B. 23