Robert F. Ensko II (1880-1971) birth in 1879

Robert F. Ensko II (1880-1971) returning to US on December 13, 1923

Robert F. Ensko II (1880-1971) funeral notice

Robert F. Ensko II (1880-1971) Manager at Grocery Company; Lace Goods Salesman (b. September 18, 1880, Manhattan, New York County, New York City, New York, USA - d. February 02, 1971, Freeport, Nassau County, New York, 11520, USA) Social Security Number 080075626.

Parents[edit | edit source]

Birth[edit | edit source]

He was born on September 18, 1879 in Manhattan, New York County, New York City, New York according to the birth register. However, Social Security used September 18, 1880. The family appears in the 1880 US census living in Manhattan.

Siblings[edit | edit source]

Robert's siblings include: Charlotte Ensko (1882-aft1930) who married a Horn; Lamont N. Ensko (1890-1987) who worked in the family silver business and married Bernice X (c1890-bef1987) but had no children; Stephen Guernsey Cook Ensko (1896-1969) who married Dorothea X (1892-1977) and worked in the family silver business; Elleathea Ensko (1898-?) who married George Christy (c1895-?); Lottie Ensko (c1900-?); and William E. Ensko, Sergeant (c1900-1918) who married Alma Dorothy (1891-1984) and died in World War I. The family appears on the 1930 US Census living in 401 Pennsylvania Avenue, Freeport, Nassau County, Long Island, New York with Robert as the head of household. In the house is his mother and two siblings: Lamont; and Charlotte. Robert was working as a manager of a grocery company.

Marriage[edit | edit source]

On December 13, 1923 aboard the ship Arcadian, Robert returned from a trip to Bermuda. Robert married Leah X (1891-1972) on June 09, 1936 and their marriage certificate number is "15407". They had no known children together.

Party[edit | edit source]

Van Nuys News; Sunday, February 11, 1968; Mr. and Mrs. Allen K. Wood of Sherman Oaks were the hosts at a small dinner party at the Yankee Pedlar Inn honoring Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ensko of Freeport, New York, who are visiting the Southland prior to their departure for Hawaii. Present for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dunn and Mr. and Mrs. Farrell Draper.

Death[edit | edit source]

He died on February 02, 1971 in Freeport, Nassau County, New York, and his obituary appeared in the New York Times on February 03, 1971 on page 40.

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