Found him on the 1880 Jerusalem, Yates, New York census (dist 218 img 30) as Bertie P. Dinehart
Found him on the 1900 Jerusalem, Yates, New York census (dist 137 img 3) as Peter Dinehart
age 28, farmer.
Found him on the 1910 Jerusalem, Yates, New York census (dist 175 img 3) as Bert P. Dineheart
age 39, farmer.
Found him on the 1920 Jerusalem, Yates, New York census (dist 177 img 18) as Bert Dinehart
age 49, farmer.
Found him on the 1930 Jerusalem, Yates, New York census (dist 9 img 18) as Bert P. Dinehart
age 59, farmer. Father, mother born New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Dinehart acknowledging their fiftieth wedding anniversary, kept open house at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Howard Fox, Branchport, Sunday, Feb 22. Mr. and Mrs. Dinehart have nine children, twenty-four grandchildren, and thirteen greatgrandchildren. Mr. Dinehart was a farmer until two years ago when he became an employee of Penn Yan Boats. Children of the couple are Mrs. Howard Fox, Branchport , Mrs. Frank Fitzwater, Italy Hill Mrs. Ralph Corey and Mrs. John Hopkins, Penn Yan Mrs. Warren Morrison, Guyanoga Clyde Dinehart, Meriden, Conn. Leslie Dinehart, Branchport, and Robert Dinehart, Guyanoga. - Penn Yan Courier February 26, 1948
Funeral services for Bert P. Dinehart, 86, Branchport, will be held at Weldon Funeral Home at 2 p. m. Saturday. The Rev. Orri Stanton, pastor of Branchport Methodist Church will officiate. Interment will be in Glen View Cemetery, Pulteney. Friends may call at the funeral home today and Friday from 2 to and 7 to 9 p. m. Mr. Dinehart died at his home in Branchport today. He was born in the Town of Jerusalem, Dec. 12, 1870, son of Peter and Charlotte Brown Dinehart. He operated a farm until retirement about 20 years ago. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Lillian Finger Dinehart four sons Clyde and Leslie of Brahchport Robert, Penn Yan RD 5 Frederick Meridan, Conn. three daughters, Mrs. Floyd Griswold, Mrs. Warren Morrison, Mrs. Edna Fox, all of Branchport one sister, Mrs. Lottie McCann, Penn Yan RD 5 25 grandchildren and 36 great grandchildren. - The Geneva Times October 10, 1957