Glad to help. I was trying to think of any other tidbits that might paint a fuller picture of Uncle Lew. I think he worked as a mechanic for the LIRR. He loved fishing and often went with Gramp to his summer cottage in Cutchogue, which was right by Peconic Bay. I have a few pictures of them out there, including one taken after the hurricane of '38 cutting up downed trees. He had a tattoo of an eagle on his forearm that fascinated my brother and I. He and Gramp also loved baseball and both played on a local team. I have a picture of the team somewhere. There's also a picture of a men's group that put on a show all dressed as women. Gramp was younger than Lew (1890 vs. 1879), but had a good insurance business (and office manager), so could afford to spend time away from the office. I remember being at Uncle Lew's house once, but it's pretty vague. Both Lew and Mabel are buried in Springfield Cemetery, although there may not be a headstone.