Burke, William F. Jr.
William F. Burke, Jr. was born about 1920, the son of William F. Burke and Mary or Margaret Burke. His brother was:
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William F. Burke
|1920 United States Federal Census about William F Burke Jr
Name: William F Burke Jr
|1930 United States Federal Census about William Burke |
Name: William Burke
1940 United States Federal Census about William Burke
Auto Check Leads to Arrest Of 2 Brothers for Burglary Two brothers, stopped by Albany police yesterday for a routine check of their automobile, admitted burglarizing a Knox residence* police report. I Robert C. Taber, 19, of Star Route, Altamont, and his ings. Joseph R. D'Arfigo was | accepted the assistant pastorate counsel for Mrs. Buccellato. S e r v i c e s f o r T e e n - A g e rs Set at T e m p l e Israel A series of aorvicea for agers will be conducted at 8:36 p. m. May 7, 21 and 28 at Temple Israel. The services wiU be run by the teen-agers who will serve aa rabbis, canton, readers, soloists and ushers. They will deliver the sermons except on May 7 when Baruch Levine. a student st the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York, will be the preacher. A social hour will follow each service. RETURNED FROM KOREA Seaman William J. Gushue, son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Gushue Sr, Blooming Grove. Dr. Renselaer, and Airman Michael J. Tslmadge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Talmadge Sr.. 10 Oakland Ave, Menands, have docked at San Francisco aboard the aircraft carrier Oriskany after service in Korean waters. in New York City. Mr. Ogden was married to Margaret Josephine Place in February, 1952. They have one daughter, Barbara Mary. MARSHAL'S BADGE STOLEN Ogden, Utah (AP)—City Marshal John Gieder reported yesterday that a thief prowled through his house while he was asleep. The loot included $40, a wrist watch—and the marshal's badge. brother, Earl, 25, of Guilder land Rd., Schenectady, were arraigned last night before Justice of the Peace Sylvester J. Albano, Ravena, on charges of third degree burglary and petit larceny. |They waived examination and were committed to Albany County Jail to await grand jury action. The Tabor brothers were stopped for questioning yesterday afternoon by Patrolman Thomas Farrell who became he saw driving lit Division St Detectives Kaye Sorenson and Thomas Tansey arrived on the scene. When they were asked about where they had obtained a quantity of articles the officers noticed in the rear of the car, the Tabers admitted taking them from a residence in the Town of Knox, police said. The brothers were turned over to State Police Sgt J J. Buckley, BCT, who said they admitted breaking into the home of William F Burke, Knox, early yesterday and tak ing a quantity of groceries and other items from the house.
- Knickerbocker News - April 28, 1954