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Estella Saunders, the eldest daughter of Frank and Julia Horton Saunders, was born in Parma on September 13, 1870.
She appears to have had an illegitimate son, William aks "Willie", born about 1890. Nothing more is known of this son other than he appears in a family photograph of about 1908. It is possible that he is the William Wolpert mentioned in her death notice in 1920
Very little is known about Estella except that she married a Fred WOLPERT in about 1895.
In 1900 they were living in Mynder Street East, Seneca Falls, New York State where Fred was working as a machinist.
By 1904 they were in Rochester living at 88, Lake Avenue. Fred is shown in the City Directory of that year as a 'helper' at 330 Lyell Avenue. In 1907 they were at 180 Clifton Avenue were they were until Estella died. Most of this time Fred was working as a machinist again.
Estella died on the 25th April 1920 and was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Rochester, N.Y. with her parents in the family plot.
Mrs. Estella WOLPERT, wife of Fred WOLPERT, died yesterday afternoon at the
home, No. 180 Clifton street. She leaves besides her husband, a son, William
WOLPERT, of Fort Reilly(Riley), Kan., her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Saunders, and
a sister, Mrs. Martha Austin of Rochester.
WOLPERT - At the family residence, No. 180 Clifton street, Sunday afternoon, April 25, 1920, Mrs. Estella WOLPERT, wife of Fred J. WOLPERT. Besides her husband, she is survived by one son, William T., of Fort Reilly(Riley), Kansas; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Saunders, of Parma Corners; one brother Charles Saunders, and one sister, Mrs. Martha Austin, of this city. Funeral services at the residence, Wednesday afternoon, April 28th, at 2 o'clock. Interment at Riverside cemetery.
Fred J.Wolpert was working as a machinist and lived at Buffalo Road (1922/24); 942 Maple (1925/27) and 527 Hague (1928/30). Nothing further on William T. Wolpert.
Fred was married again on the 20th January 1933 to Margaret Touhey. She was the widow of John M. Touhey, a police patrolman, who had died on the 17th July 1930. Margaret had been Fred's housekeeper for about two years before their marriage.
On the 3rd July 1939 the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle reported;-
Eight Motorists Injured in Main Street Collision.
Eight motorists were injured in a crash of cars at Main Street East and University Avenue that resulted in arrest of one of the drivers, Joseph Scialo, 25, of 66 Woodbury St. on a charge of passing a red light last night. Scialo, suffering shock and a knee injury, was taken to Genesee Hospital with his passengers Donald Schleyer, 26, of 22 Buchan with contusions and abrasions and Carl Scialo, 24, of 1150 North St., contusions, nose and face abrasions. Occupants of the other car were taken to Highland Hospital. They are the driver, Paul Hincher, 31, of 35 Dix, forehead, knee, elbow and back injuries; Fred Wolpert, 64 of 36 North Fitzhugh, chest, right leg and face lacerations, his wife, Margaret, 69, head lacerations, Dolores Hincher, 28, of 35 Dix St., knee, elbow, head and shoulder injuries, Joyce Hincher, 7, same address, head, knee and elbow cuts. Conditions of Mr. ad Mrs. Wolpert who remained in the hospital were reported fairly good. Scialo was arrested by Policemen Stephen Riley and Leon Johnson.
Both Fred and Margaret died in hospital a few days later.
WOLPERT--Fred Wolpert of 36 North Fitzhugh Street, entered into rest Monday, July 10, 1939. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Margaret Wolpert; two sisters, Mrs. Rose Johnson and Mrs. Mary McMillen of Geneva, a brother John Wolpert of Rochester, seven nieces and five nephews. The remains are resting at the Ashton Funeral Home, 636 West Main Street, from where the funeral well be held Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Interment at Mt. Hope Cemetery.
WOLPERT--Mrs. Margaret Touhey Wolpert, widow of Fred Wolpert, entered into rest Tuesday (July 25, 1939). She leaves her daughters, Louise Laber, Mrs. Leon Hanes and Mrs. Paul Hincher, two sons Ralph Touhey and James Touhey and 4 grandchildren. The remains are resting at the home of her son, Ralph Touhey, 179 Clifton Street from where the funeral will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment at Mt. Hope Cemetery.