Harold Edward Finster

Male 1894 - 1956  (62 years)


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  • Name Harold Edward Finster 
    Born 21 Feb 1894 
    Gender Male 
    Died 16 Jun 1956 
    Age 62 years 
    Patriarch & Matriarch
    Edward E. Finster,   b. 1861,   d. 4 Aug 1936  (Age 75 years)  (Father) 
    Fannie M. Denton,   b. 9 Nov 1866,   d. 11 Mar 1926  (Age 59 years)  (Mother) 
    Person ID I42437  tree2019
    Last Modified 19 May 2020 

    Father Edward E. Finster,   b. 1861,   d. 4 Aug 1936  (Age 75 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Fannie M. Denton,   b. 9 Nov 1866,   d. 11 Mar 1926  (Age 59 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Family ID F48821  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Ancestors Ethel M. Laveck,   b. 1901, Orwell Township, Oswego, New York Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 31 May 1977  (Age 76 years) 
    Other Partners: John A. Bonney;   Wells Wade Degraw  m. 2 Mar 1975 
    Children 
     1. Harold Winston Finster,   b. 6 Jan 1920,   d. 7 Jan 1920  (Age 0 years)  [natural]
    Last Modified 19 May 2020 
    Family ID F15837  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Rites Held for H.E. Finster, 62

      Services for Harold Edward Finster, 62, who died suddenly late Saturday night in Ogdensburg, were held Tuesday from the Foster Funeral Home with the Rev. W. Russell Clark, pastor of the Park Methodist Church officiating. Interment was in
      Pulaski Cemetery.

      His only survivors are two cousins, Louis Nichols of R.D. Pulaski and Delos Nichols of Mexico.

      Mr. Finster was born in Pulaski Feb. 21, 1894, the son of Edward and Fannie Finster.

      He attended the local school and when a young man went into the local milk station to work, for the Dairymen's Protective Association and later for Haiik & Schmidt, Inc., and also worked at the Dairymen's League plant. More recently he had been employed at the Pierrepont Manor milk plant. He had been a separator operator at the Ogdensburg creamery for the past two months.

      He was a veteran of World War I and had lived at the George Soderlund home in Box St., for many years.

      Source: Pulaski Democrat, June 21, 1956