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Arthur E. Link & family
Posted by: Sandra Rhoads (ID *****8560) Date: June 11, 2004 at 07:19:02
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Arthur E. Link was my Uncle although I never knew him. My father is named Frank J. (still living), his sister was Caroline L. who died in August. Their father was Frank Link, his father was Edward.
Frank Link was born in 1890 in Philadelphia and died in 1931, Arthur died in 1938. He committed suicide. At the time he was living with his mother and step father Albert Walker in Delaware. Therehouse was right over the Delaware line although the Link family came from Philadelphia Pennsylvania. I know practically nothing about the Link family, and I would like to find something out about them.
If anyone could give me an idea where to look for an obituary from 1938, I thought since there where police involved, I might find something out about him. My father remembers very little, he is in his 80's and has forgotten alot, but certain things he can remember.
He told me at the time they lived on a farm in Delaware called Ways Farm on Naamans and faulk Road. I am not sure of the spelling of Ways.
Arthur was buried at Chester Bethel Methodist Church. Arthur died and the police came so I assume there was a report, and the obit. was in several newspapers.. In Pa., The Chester Times ,and I think The Ledger.
He was born in Phila.Pa. so my father thought it was in the Philadelphia papers. I guess the Delaware News Journal. If anyone can help me please write.
My email address is if you need to write to me.
Thank you,
Sandra Link Rhoads

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