Franklin R. Ewing.
Franklin R. Ewing died near Middletown village on Tuesday of last week, aged 64 years. He had lived the greater part of his life at Trenton, and in 1852 he married Miss Susan Anderson, who survives him, as do also five children. He was converted about 43 years ago and he had since been a member of the Methodist church. He had lived at Middletown about three months. He was a veteran of the late war, having served with the 35th Regiment of New Jersey Volunteers. He was a member of Arrowsmith Post of Red Bank, and at his funeral, which was held on Friday, the bearers were members of the Post. The five children left by him are Mrs. Sarah A. Ivins of Red Bank, Franklin Ewing, Jr., and Mrs. Kate Roberts of Atlantic Highlands, Eden Ewing of Brooklyn, and Isaac Ewing.
Mrs. Hannah Taylor.
Mrs. Hannah Taylor died at the home of her son, J. B. Taylor, at Keyport, on Saturday, November 30th, aged 95 years. She was the oldest resident in Keyport and had lived there 35 years. She was the widow of Matthias Taylor, who died about 27 years ago, since which time she had lived with her son. She joined the Presbyterian church when about twenty years old. Besides M. B. Taylor of Keyport she has one other son, who lives at Cleveland, Ohio.
Mrs. Charlotte Wiggins.
Mrs. Charlotte Wiggins, wife of Charles Wiggins, died at eight o'clock at her home on Willow street, Red Bank, of consumption, aged 41 years. Besides her husband she leaves six children, the youngest being two years old. The funeral took place from the Calvary Baptist church on Tuesday afternoon. The interment was at Leedsville. The pallbearers were Samuel Carney, Henry Goodman, George Riley and James Sylvester.
Patrick McGlory, who lived near Englishtown, died suddenly last Wednesday. His wife awoke about seven o'clock in the morning and found him dead in bed. On the day previous to his death he was apparently in good health and worked all day. He leaves, beside his widow, three children.
BLOODGOOD - At Matawan, on Friday, December 6th, Garret Bloodgood, Jr., aged 4 years.
GREGORY - At Long Branch, on Sunday, December 1st, Louise, daughter of Christopher Gregory, aged 5 years and 7 months.
HINSMAN - AT Long Branch, on Thursday, December 5th, the infant child of Alexander Hinsman.
LANG - At Keyport, on Saturday, November 30th, Mrs. Maggie Lang, aged 69 years and 11months.
MCGLORY - At Englishtown, on Wednesday, December 4th, Patrick McGlory.
PATTERSON - At Long Branch, on Friday, December 6th, Lydia S., daughter of C. Ewing Patterson, aged 10 years.
QUINN - At Englishtown, on Friday, November 29th, Michael Quinn, aged 53 years.
TAYLOR - At Keyport on Saturday, November 30th, Mrs. Hannah Taylor, aged 95 years and 8 months.
WIGGINS - At Red Bank, on Saturday, December 7th, Mrs. Charlotte Wiggins, aged 41 years.
Source: Red Bank Register, December 11, 1895