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Re: Seeking burial site Marinus Fisk[e] 1891
Posted by: Jessica Flansburg Kennedy (ID *****5833) Date: March 21, 2004 at 19:38:56
In Reply to: Seeking burial site Marinus Fisk[e] 1891 by R.I.Fiske of 750

Don't know if this will help. But It can't hurt. It's New York State.
Good Luck.

FISK, J.W., was born at Boonville, in 1819, and has always resided here. He is the son of James Fisk, who is closely identified with the early settlement of Oneida county, and who came to Boonville from Rhode Island in 1800. J. W. Fisk at the present writing, is the oldest inhabitant of this place. The first thirty-five years of his life was spent in farming, but in 1858 he established a mercantile business opposite the Hulbert House. He has now been engaged in the grocery business thirty-seven years, and came to his present locality in 1883. In 1846 he married Emily H. Pitcher, of Boonville, by whom he had three children: Ursula, wife of Suott M. Cook, a clergyman of an Episcopal church in New York; Erford E., in grocery business here; and Roseltha Gertrude, who died in 1894, at forty-five years of age, wife of Daniel Dorn of Ava. He married for his second wife, Sarah A. Pitcher, by whom he has one son, Dwight D. Fisk. (p. 179)

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