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Thomas H. Stewart died at his residence in New York on Wednesday of last week, at the age of sixty years. His remains were brought to Middletown last Saturday and were conveyed to the family burying ground at Navesink and there interred. Mr. Stewart carried on a manufactory of wood mouldings in the city for several years past. Many years ago he conducted a fancy wood moulding business on the old Capt. Winter farm, on the site of the oldfulling mill, working with water power, near Chapel Hill. He was very successful there and employed several hands in the enterprise. He was a kind and an affectionate husband and father, and leaves a widow, and three sons and one daughter, grown up.
Source: Red Bank Register Wednesday, November 16, 1887