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George T. Wilkin
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Birth: 1850
Orange County
New York, USA
Death: Jan. 7, 1894
Orange County
New York, USA


George Wilkin, who had been suffering with throat consumption, caused, it is said, by using too much
tobacco, died at his home in Wallkill Jan. 7th.
He leaves a wife and four children."
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"GEORGE T. WILKIN (Middletown newspaper.)

George T. Wilkin, whose death was previously mentined [s.i.c.] in the Times-Press, was a son of the late William Wilkin and Mary E. VanKeuren, and was born at Montgomery, in 1850. In 1852, with his parents, he moved to the Wilkin homestead farm, in the town of Wallkill, near Winterton, where he resided at the time of his death.
He married Myrtle Nichols, who survives him with four sons, George, at home: Chester N., Charles and William, of New York city, and one grandson, Chester, Jr., of New York. Also one brother, William M., of Middletown; and three sisters, Mrs. Frances Thompson, of Middletown; Mrs. Alva Seybolt, of Oneonta; and Mrs. George W. Comfort, of Bloomingburg.
Mr. Wilkin was a successful farmer, and a kind husband and father; neighbor and friend. Interment in the Bloomingburg cemetery."
Orange County Genealogical Society. Wallkill:
Orange County,
New York.
2000. New York:
Orange County
Genealogical Society.
Volume 1. Page 240.
Obituaries from various local newspapers.
NOTE: no relation to B.E.F. Stienstra.  
Bloomingburg Rural Cemetery
Orange County
New York, USA
Created by: Barbara Elsie Feist Stie...
Record added: Jan 07, 2006
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