AN INSPECTOR'S DEATH Mr. George Klinck, Inspector of Customs, died Friday at his residence, No. 148 Ninth- avenue, from apoplexy. Mr. Klinck was born in Peterborough, Madison County, in 1818, and until he was 30 years old was a blacksmith. He was then elected Deputy Sheriff of Oneida County. He went through the rebellion from the time it first broke out as Captain in Company E, of the New- York Artillery. He was wounded in the leg at the battle of the Wilderness, and always felt the effects of the wound. After the war Mr. Klinck was appointed Assistant Assessor of the Internal Revenue in Utica. Thirteen years ago Mr. Klinck came to New-york and occupied the posi- tion of Inspector of Customs. In 1874 and the two succeeding years he served as Deputy Surveyor. He belonged to the Oriental Lodge of the Masonic order in Utica, and was for some years a member of the Inspectors' Association. Mr. Klinck will be interred in Utica, where his remains will be taken to-night. He leaves a widow and two children.
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