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William Arthur Ensko III (1877-1942) Linen Business ( b. December 01, 1877, New York City, New York, USA - d. November 10, 1942, New York, or New Jersey, USA)
He had the following siblings: Charles Edward Ensko I (1880-1952) who married Elizabeth Dempster MacIlwraith (1890-1987); Eloise Ensko (1882-1966) who never married; and Sophie Charlotte Ensko (c1884-?).
Manhattan, New YorkEdit
In 1870 and 1880 his parents appear in the Manhattan census and in 1900 the family was living at 244 Spring Street in Manhattan.
He married Ethel Minerva Beaver (1885-1957) on February 15, 1905 in Manhattan.
Together they had the following child:
World War I draftEdit
In 1910 the family was living at 62 Morton Street in Manhattan. On September 17, 1918 William filled out a draft card saying he was living at 450 West 157th Street in Manhattan, and working as a clerk.
Hawthorne, New JerseyEdit
By 1930 he had moved to 387 Winkle Avenue, Hawthorne, Passaic County, New Jersey.
World War II draftEdit
He was 5' 7.5" and weighed 170 pounds. He had a body mass index of 26.2.
He died on November 10, 1942 and was buried in Hackensack Cemetery in Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey.