Sixth Generation


A young Carol in
Baseball uniform.

621. Carol Francis Wilklow was born on 14 September 1912 in Clarksville, Allegany Co., NY. He died on 4 March 1943 in Watervliet, Albany Co., NY. He was buried at Warsaw Cemetery in Warsaw, Wyoming Co., NY.

Albany Times-Union, Friday, March 5, 1943


Carl Wilklow, 33, Menands road, Menands, whose body was found beside the railroad tracks at Black Bridge crossing, outside Watervliet, early yesterday was killed by a locomotive backing from the Troy yards into Colonie, Coroner J. Gregory Nealon announced after an investigation. The coroner said an autopsy indicated the fatality occurred between 4 and 5 a. m. The body was found at 5:30. Several trains had passed that point, near Maplewood, Colonie, during that period, he said, but examination of the engines indicated the engine of Train 604 from Montreal, due in Troy at 3:57, had run over the man as it was backing into Colonie after being detached from the train. The autopsy revealed both legs and the left arm were broken, and death resulted from a compound fracture of the skull. Wilklow was an employe of the Watervliet arsenal and formerly lived in Warsaw, Wyoming. The body was found by Charles Zeller, 56 Alden street, Colonie, watchman for a coal company near the crossing. Identity was established from an automobile operator's license in Wilklow's pocket.

Carol Francis Wilklow and Virginia Blanc were married on 2 September 1936 in Warsaw, Wyoming Co., NY. Virginia Blanc was born on 10 December 1913. She died on 25 March 1993 in Rushford, Allegany Co., NY. She was buried at Glenwood Cem. in Perry, Wyoming Co., NY.

Carol and Virginia had the following children:



Roger Bruce Wilklow.



Shirley Carol Wilklow was born on 26 December 1941. Shirley and Frederick G. Andrews were married in 1958. They have a son and two daughters.