Benjamin Knapp Atno, Sr. (II)

Benjamin Knapp Atno, Sr. (II)
Born: 1835, New Jersey
Died: 1897, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Parents: Benjamin Knapp Atno (I)  & Jane Trowbridge
Buried: Stanhope Union Cemetery, Mt. Olive Township, Morris Co., New Jersey
Occupation: farmer, owner, Brooklyn Hotel, Hopatcong, New Jersey
Marriage: before 1870, New Jersey
Wife: Melinda A. Clouse
Born: 1847, New Jersey
Died: 1931, New Jersey
Buried: Stanhope Union Cemetery, Mt. Olive Township, Morris Co., New Jersey

Children:

Henry Atno

Born: 1864, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Died: still living, 1880, Byram, Sussex Co., New Jersey

Benjamin Knapp Atno, Jr. (III)
Born: 1867, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Died: 1917, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Buried: Stanhope Union Cemetery, Mt. Olive Township, Morris Co., New Jersey

Eugenia "Genia" Atno
Born: 1871, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Died: Dec. 10, 1944, New Jersey
Buried: Stanhope Union Cemetery, Mt. Olive Township, Morris Co., New Jersey
Marriage: unknown
Husband: Frank Ball
Born: unknown
Died: Feb. 4, 1946, unknown
Buried: Stanhope Union Cemetery, Mt. Olive Township, Morris Co., New Jersey

Elmer Atno
Born: 1874, Byram, Sussex Co., New Jersey
Died: 1944, Morris Co., New Jersey
Occupation: owner, Brooklyn Hotel, Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey (until it burned down in 1901)
Buried: Stanhope Union Cemetery, Mt. Olive Township, Morris Co., New Jersey
Marriage: 1901, First Presbyterian Church, Succasunna, Roxbury, Morris Co., New Jersey
Wife: Sarah Addie Search
Born: Dec. 22, 1879, New Jersey
Died: 1971, Morris Co., New Jersey
Buried: Stanhope Union Cemetery, Mt. Olive Township, Morris Co., New Jersey

Augusta Atno

Bertha Atno

Theodore Atno




The Atno owned Brooklyn Hotel around 1898. Located in
the Brooklyn section of Stanhope (later  Hopatcong),
the hotel burned down in 1901.


THE ATNO FAMILY

Benjamin Knapp Atno, Sr. started the Brooklyn Hotel during the 1870s in the Brooklyn section of Stanhope near Lake Hopatcong, which became a popular tourist destination at the turn of the century. Later, his son Elmer Atno was the proprietor until it burned down during the winter of 1901.

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