Dana VanVolkinburg & Ada Mae Sullivan

Dana VanVolkinburg
Born: September 13,1902 in
Place: Laceyville, Windham Township, Wyoming County, PA.
Died: July 09, 1964
Place: Binghamton, Broome County, NY
Dana was the son of; Frank & Maud VanVolkinburg

Dana VanVolkinburg
Dana VanVolkinburg

Ada May Sullivan 
Born: January 18,1908
Place: Wilkes Barre, PA in
Died: April 13, 1987
Place: Ithica, Tompkins County, NY
Ada May was the daughter of Eugene Aloysius Sullivan and Ada Mae Houck

Dana VanVolkinburg and Ada May Sullivan
Ada May Sullivan and Dana VanVolkinburg

Dana married Ada  June 15, 1927 at her home in Wilkes Barre, PA.
They lived in Meshoppen, PA.

They are buried together at:
Vestal Hills Memorial Park 3997 Vestal Road, Vestal, NY

Frank & Maud VanVolkinburg

Frank Vanvolkinburg was born to Sanford Vanvolkinburg and Mary Ann Johnson, April 05, 1872 in Bradford County. He bought property on the Overshot Road and married Maud Adams, July 29, 1895. Frank worked most of his life as a stone mason.

Maud Adams was born to Elizabeth Dickinson, December 05, 1875 in Colley Township, Sullivan County.

Frank and Maud raised four children:
Mabel – March 18, 1897 – April 25, 1973
Archie – June 27, 1899 – April 12, 1948,
Dana – September 13, 1902 – July 09, 1964
Carl – September 24, 1911 – February 01, 1961

The 1900 Directory of Wyoming County, Pa. lists “Frank Van Volkinburg, (Jenningsville) r23, Windham, Stone Mason”.

The 1936 Luzerne Telephone Directory lists Frank’s phone number as “Mehoopany, Frank VanVolkinburg r. Jenningsville….10-R-8”.

Frank died April 18, 1950 and Maud died September 04, 1943, they are both buried in the North Flat Cemetery.

Sanford Vanvolkinburg & Mary Ann Johnson

Sanford Vanvolkinburg and Mary Ann Johnson, lived at Graves Pond.

Sanford and Mary Ann raised three children:
Amsey – May 07, 1867- Oct 31, 1943
Frank – April 05, 1872 – April 18, 1950
Bell – September 1879 – 1962

Sanford died June 26, 1894 and is buried in the Keating Summit Cemetery.

Mary Ann was the daughter of Andrew and Polly Johnson. She was born March 10, 1845 in New York and died, September 09, 1919. She is buried in the North Flat Cemetery.

Mary Ann’s second marriage was to Edward St. Clair on January 18, 1896. Edward was a blacksmith. He was born in 1844 and died Bet. 1896 – 1910.