396. Frederick Wilklow was born on 19 March 1890 in Lloyd, Ulster Co., NY.28 He was described as 5'7" with blue eyes and brown hair in 1917. He died on 4 January 1964 in Highland, Ulster Co., NY. Frederick was buried at Lloyd Cemetery in Lloyd, Ulster Co., NY.1
1 April 1964 - New Paltz newspaper brief
Fred Wilklow life long resident of Highland schools, Eastman Business College, Poughkeepsie and was an employee of IBM until his retirement in 1956. He was a member of the Highland Presbyterian Church. He was also a Mason.
Frederick Wilklow and Gertrude Ethel Van Orden were married on 10 September 1913 in Guilford, Chenago Co., NY. Gertrude Ethel Van Orden was born on 8 May 1888 in Gardiner, Ulster Co., NY.28 She died on 31 January 1979 at Vassar Brothers Hospital in Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co., NY. She was buried at Lloyd Cemetery in Lloyd, Ulster Co., NY.1
7 Feb. 1979 - New Paltz newspaper notice
Highland - Ethel V. Wilklow, 90, of Pancake Hollow Road, Highland died Jan. 31, at Vassar Brothers Hospital, Poghkeepsie. A lifelong area resident, she was born in Gardiner May 8, 1888 to Cornelius and Cornelia LeFevre VanOrden. She was a member of the Highland Presbyterian Church, the LeFevre Association, New Paltz and UD Society, Highland. She married Fred Wilklow who preceded her in death. Survivors ibclude a son Cornelius of Voorheesville, a daughter Freda Nicklin of Marlboro, two sisters Sara Mae Hasbrouck of Modena and Elsie Baker of Marlboro, seven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Contributions may be made to the Highland Presbyterian Church.
Frederick Wilklow and Gertrude Ethel Van Orden had the following children:
|Cornelius Albert Wilklow.|
|Freda Wilklow was born on 29 March 1916. Freda and Franklin Case Nicklin were married on 7 February 1942. They lived on Mt. Zion Rd. in Marlboro, Ulster Co., NY in 1984. Franklin Case Nicklin was born on 19 January 1911 in Marlboro, Ulster Co., NY.
Freda and Franklin's children are William Fred Nicklin, Janet Nicklin and Elsie Augusta Nicklin. Franklin died on 14 July 2005 in Marlboro, Ulster Co., NY and was buried on 19 July 2005.
Franklin Case Nicklin - MARLBOROUGH, NY
Frank Nicklin, lifelong resident and retired farmer of Marlborough died July 14. Frank passed in his home on Mount Zion Road in which he was born 94 years ago in January 19, 1911. The son of Sarah Augusta Baxter Nicklin and William Towers Nicklin who were also born and raised in Marlborough, New York. Frank lived his life as a hard working farmer who loved his family, home and land. He knew every nook and cranny of the Marlborough's mountains as he walked it everyday. He walked it quietly and reflectively, he walked it as a hunter and he walked it as a farmer, holding the reins of his farm horse, Bill. He and his two brothers, Edmund and John cultivated the soils of the hillsides to grow the fruits that fed their families and people in far flung places. Frank's wit and dry humor was with him throughout his life and even until the very end. He wove stories of family history, local lore and humor for all who came to his home. Every story was told with Frankie's unique curmudgeonly style, a wink and a twinkle of his blue eyes. His rapier wit and gentle heart will sorely be missed. Frank was an avid antiques collector and a member of the Hudson Valley Bottle Club. Family members who carry his name forward include his devoted and loving wife Freda Wilklow Nicklin who still rules the homestead on the mountain with a loving but iron hand. All of his children, William F. Nicklin and his wife Adah residing in Newburgh, Janet Gardner and Elsie Nicklin-McKay and her husband Robert McKay also of Marlborough. Six grandchildren: William Nicklin and wife Lisa, Jonathan Nicklin, Ryan Gardner, Rebecca Gardner, Colin McKay and Grace McKay. Frank also leaves behind one great-grandchild Henry. Those who have passed on before him are his eight brothers and sisters: Blanche Medeiros, Ralph Nicklin, Eva Kramer, John Nicklin, William Nicklin, Edmund Nicklin, Russell Nicklin and Donald Nicklin. Calling hours will be Monday, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the DiDonato Funeral Home, 1290 Route 9W, Marlboro. Funeral services will be held at the First Presbyterian Church of Marlborough on Tuesday at 11 a.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The First Presbyterian Church of Marlboro, PO Box 577, Marlborough, NY 12542 or The Marlboro Free Library, PO Box 780, Marlborough, NY.
|----- Wilklow. She was born and died on 29 March 1916.|
Census records (from Lloyd, NY)
1915 (New Paltz Turnpike) Fred 24, Ethel G. 27, Cornelius 5m
1920 (Pancake Hollow Rd.) Fred 30, Ethel V. 32, Cornelius A. 5, Freda 3y 9m
1925 (Pancake Hollow) Fred 35, Ethel 36, Neal 10, Freda 8
1930 (Pancake Rd.) Fred 40, Ethel V. 42, Cornelius A. 15, Freda 14