Brooklyn Standard Union dec 8, 1918. Edie STEWART POLLOCK, employed in the United States Treasury Department at Washington, D. C., for forty-eight years, and a veteran of the Civil War, having served with a Pennsylvania regiment, died on Friday at his home, 2347 Foster avenue.He was born in Clarion County, a. eighty-three years ago, had been a resident of Washington, D. C. for forty-eight years and of Brooklyn since last spring.He had been chief of the customs division of the Treasury Department and later was in charge of the Liquidation Division.He was a graduate of Jefferson College, class of 1858, now Washington and Jefferson College, and was a member of the College Alumni Society and Burnside Post G.A.R. of Washington, D. C. He is survived by his widow, Sallie DUBOIS; one son, Clarence D., of Brooklyn; and a daughter, Mrs. G. WYNKOOK, of Kingston, N. J.Funeral services were held last evening at the home of his son, 531 East Twenty-third street.Interment at Kingston, N. J., to-morrow. there maybe a typo it may be Wynkoop. I am not related & have no toher info.