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|William Arthur Ensko I|
|Birth:|| circa 1830|
Ennis, County Clare, Ireland
|Death:|| August 24, 1858|
Manhattan, New York
|Burial:|| Green-Wood Cemetery|
Brooklyn, New York
|Spouse/Partner:||Charlotte Coughlin (1830-aft1880)|
|Children:|| William Arthur Ensko II (1850-1889)|
Charlotte Ensko (1853-?)
Robert Ensko I (1855-1934)
Richard Ensko (1857-?)
William Arthur Ensko I (c1830-1858) Shoe Store Owner (b. circa 1830, Ennis, County Clare, Ireland - d. August 24, 1858, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA)
He married Charlotte Coughlin (1830-aft1880).
- William Arthur Ensko II (1850-1889) who married Eloise Lindauer I (1852-1944)
- Charlotte Ensko (1853-?)
- Robert Ensko I (1855-1934) who married Mary Elizabeth Bleakley (1858-1939) and was a silver expert
- Richard Ensko (1857-?) who married and had children
He died on August 24, 1858 and he was buried on August 26, 1858 in Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn in the family plot at section 34, lot 6827.
His name still appeared in the 1860 Manhattan City Directory for his shoe store at 146 Spring Street. Charlotte, continued to work in the store and appears in the City Directory as a widow at the same location up until the 1866 Directory. In 1864 she was joined by Charles Ensko and William Ensko.
In 1870 Charlotte, now a widow, married Albert Moore, a cablecar conductor.