Mark Wilkins

Born: Apr 3, 1834
Loc: NY
Died: Dec 18, 1896
Loc: Bloomfield Twp. Crawford Co. PA
Bur: Shreve’s Ridge Cemetery,
Crawford Co. PA
Occupation: Farmer
Gravestone Photo
Father: John Wilkins
Mother: Mary Holbrook
Spouse: Mary
Children:  Shirley/Nellie

Married 2nd: Susannah P. Morton,
widow of Robert Humes

Owned the four corners of land later known as Wilkins community and the site of Wilkins Church.
Source: Marybelle Kimmy
1860 Census: Bloomfield Twp. Crawford Co. PA
1870 Census: Bloomfield Twp. Crawford Co. PA
1880 Census: Bloomfield Twp. Crawford Co. PA
Obituary:  Mr. Mark Wilkins, who has been mentioned recently as being ill, died on Friday evening, Dec. 18th, after suffering severely for a few months from heart trouble. Mr. Wilkins was a man whose life was filled with kindness. He was a generous, loving, noble man, whose sixty years have been well spent in usefulness. He was a member of the Lincolnville I. O. O. F. lodge, which attended the funeral in a body. Rev. K. T. Jacquay delivered a very appropriate sermon after which the Odd Fellows continued the service according to their rules. It was the largest assemblage of people that have been at one funeral in this neighborhood in a long time to pay a last respect to a noble man.
Source: Crawford Journal, 24 December 1896