Lamont Northrope Ensko (1890-1987) was an expert on antique silver. (b. January 07, 1890, Queens, New York City, New York, USA - d. January 20, 1987, Old Saybrook, Middlesex County, Connecticut, 06475, USA) Social Security Number 056035750.
Name[edit | edit source]
He was named after his aunt, Martha Moran Bleakley Northrup's husband, De La Monte Northrup. De La Monte died at the Panama Canal Zone in 1906.
Parents[edit | edit source]
Siblings[edit | edit source]
- Robert F. Ensko II (1880-1971) who worked as a lace dealer and married Leah X (1891-1972)
- Charlotte Ensko (1882-after1930) who married a M.E. Horn
- Stephen Guernsey Cook Ensko (1896-1969) who married Dorothea X (1892-1977) and worked in the family silver business
- Elathene Ensko (1898-1981) who married George Christie (c1895-?)
- Lottie Ensko (c1900-before1910)
- William E. Ensko (1889-1918) who married Alma Dorothy X (1891-1984) and died in World War I as a Sergeant in the US Army.
Marriage[edit | edit source]
He married Bernice around 1910. In 1910 he was living at Vernon Avenue, Queens, Queens County, New York. He enlisted in the army during World War I on October 8, 1917. He was discharged on May 19, 1919.
Long Island[edit | edit source]
In 1930 he was living at 401 Pennsylvania Avenue, Freeport, Nassau County, Long Island, New York.
Funeral notice[edit | edit source]
The New York Times reported on October 02, 1938 on page 56 and it reads as follows:
Mary L. Perfect becomes a bride. She is married to Thomas T. Cook Jr. in Church Ceremony at Forest Hills. Sister is her attendant. Reception held at home of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Ensko in Freeport, Long Island. Miss Mary Louise Perfect, daughter of Mrs. William Grant Perfect of Forest Hills Gardens, and the late Mr. Perfect, and Thomas Tyson Cook Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Cook, also of Forest Hills Gardens, were married yesterday morning in the Church of Our Lady Queen of Martyrs, Forest Hills. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Jerome Holland.