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Obituaries   >   New Jersey   >   July 10,   1895


REV. P. A. H. KLINE DEAD.
DEATH CAUSED BY CANCER OF THE SPLEEN.
Pastor of the New Monmouth Baptist Church Since October 1893 - He Leaves a Widow and Five children - Other Deaths.

Rev. P. A. H. Kline, the pastor of the New Monmouth Baptist church, died at that place yesterday morning at ten o'clock. The cause of his death was cancer of the spleen. He was 49 years old. Mr. Kline was born in Prussia, Germany, and came to this country when he was five years old. He was ordained a minister at Summit, N. J., in 1888, where he had his first charge. He remained there three years and then went to Clinton, where he was pastor of the Baptist church there for eight years. In October, 1893, he went to New Monmouth. His health had been poor since he first took charge of the church at New Monmouth, but he was not confined to his bed for any length of time. On the first of June he preached in his church, expecting to take a vacation from then until the first of October, the pulpit in the interim to be supplied by friends of the pastor. This was his last service in the church. Mr. Kline was a man much beloved by his congregation, and his death is a great loss to his many friends. He leaves a widow and five children. The funeral will take place from the church at eleven o'clock on Friday morning, and the interment will be in Evergreen cemetery, Elizabeth.

Francis W. Duncan.

Francis W. Duncan died at the home of his son, Thomas W. Duncan, at Freehold, on Sunday of last week, aged 94 years. He was born at Middletown and was the oldest resident in Freehold township. He had lived in Freehold for seventy years. His trade was that of a cooper. He was a member of the old Monmouth militia and as far as is known was the only surviving member of that company. Seven children, four sons and three daughters, survive him. The children are Joseph Duncan of Navesink Highlands; Robert, Edward and Thomas of Freehold; Mrs. Elmira Sherman of Matawan; Mrs. Annie E. Brower of Point Pleasant and Mrs. Alchie C. Hankins of Matawan.

William Sherman.

William Sherman of West Long Branch died last Thursday, after a long sickness. He was 41 years old. While his sickness had been of long duration, he was able to be about until two days before his death. On Tuesday night he was taken with a hemorrhage and lost so much blood that he died two days later. His wife was Miss Phebe Poole, daughter of Hendrick Poole, and she, with seven children survives him. The funeral services were held at the Methodist church at West Long Branch on Sunday, Rev. Pennington Corson officiating. The services at the cemetery were in charge of the American Mechanics.

Mrs. Sarah Johnson.

Mrs. Sarah Johnson died at the home of her son-in-law, Frank Tilton, at Keyport, last Saturday. She was in her 83d year and for 64 years she had been connected with the Baptist church. She was a widow and leaves six children, only one of whom, Mrs. Tilton, lives in Monmouth county. The funeral was held on Monday, the service being conducted by Rev. J. C. Crumley, assisted by Revs. J. K. Manning and F. A. Slater.

Edward J. Houston.

Edward J. Houston of New York died at the home of his father, Edward Houston, at Sea Side, on Monday. He was about 36 years old and his death was due to consumption. He moved to Sea Side about two months ago, hoping that the change would prove beneficial to his health. He leaves a widow and two children. The funeral took place this morning.

Mrs. George Lohsen.

Mrs. George Lohsen died at her home at Belford on Monday night. She was 38 years old. She had been sick for the past year with consumption and her death was expected at any time during the past week. The funeral will take place from the house at ten o'clock tomorrow morning and the interment will be in Fair View cemetery.

William C. Haviland.

William C. Haviland of Seabright died at the Memorial hospital at Long Branch last Tuesday of delirium tremens. He was a native of Howell township and had kept a butcher shop at Seabright for some time. He was 28 years old. He leaves a widow, who lives at Asbury Park.

Miss Anna E. Huntington.

Miss Anna E. Huntington died at Matawan on Sunday of last week, aged 18 years. She was born at Matawan, her father being John L. Huntington. She moved to New York about four years ago, but returned a few months ago in the hope of benefiting her health.

Mrs. Catherine Moore.

Mrs. Catherine Moore died suddenly at her home in Manasquan on Sunday of last week. She was the wife of William S. Moore and was 58 years old. She was stricken with apoplexy and died within four hours afterward. She leaves no children.

Conover Voorhees.

Conover Voorhees, a farmer who lived in Freehold township, died of consumption on Monday of last week. He was forty years old and leaves a widow. His father was Tunis Voorhees, who died about three weeks ago.

Lawrence O'Connell.

Lawrence O'Connell died at his home near Freehold on Monday of last week, aged 74 years. His wife and three children survive him.

A BICYLIST KILLED.
The Accident Caused by His running Into a Stage.

Joseph Travis of Asbury Park was killed at Long Branch on the Fourth of July by running into a stage and being thrown from his bicycle. Two stages were going in opposite directions and in getting out of the way of one Mr. Travis ran into the other. He struck on his head and received such injuries that he died three hours later without regaining consciousness. When he struck the road, blood gushed from his mouth and ears and ran in a stream in the gutter. He had lived at Asbury Park for the past fifteen years and was a jeweler by occupation. He leaves a widow and one son.

Killed by Lightning.

Peter Petersen of Long Branch was struck by lightning last week and instantly killed. He was employed by Conover Gaskin, a pound fisherman, and was sitting on a bench with two companions when he was struck. The current entered the body at the back of the head and passed down the spine and right leg, tearing off the shoe. His companions were not injured. Petersen was a native of Sweden and had a brother and sister living at Long Branch.

Deaths:

  • DUNCAN - At Freehold, on Sunday, June 20th, Francis W. Duncan, aged 94 years.

  • HAVILAND - At Long Branch, on Tuesday, July 2d, William C. Haviland, aged 28 years.

  • HUNTINGTON - At Matawan, on Sunday, June 30th, Miss Anna E. Huntington, aged 18 years.

  • HOUSTON - At Sea Side, on Monday, July 8th, Edward J. Houston, aged 36 years.

  • KLINE - At New Monmouth, on Tuesday, July 9th, Rev. P. A. H. Kline, aged 49 years.

  • LOHSEN - At Belford, on Monday, July 8th, Mrs. George Lohson, aged 38 years.

  • MOORE - At Manasquan, on Sunday, June 30th, Mrs. Catherine Moore, aged 58 years.

  • O'CONNELL - Near Freehold, on Monday, June 1st, Lawrence O'Connell, aged 74 years.

  • SHERMAN - At West Long Branch, on Thursday, July 4th, William Sherman, aged 41 years.

  • SCHWAB - At Long Branch, on Thursday, July 4th, the infant son of Frederick Schwab.

  • TILTON - At Ocean Grove, on Friday, July 5th, Sarah J. Tilton, aged 68 years.

  • THORNE - At Long Branch, on Monday, July 1st, the son of Fred Thorne, aged 6 years.

  • VOORHEES - In Freehold township, on Monday, July 1st, Conover Voorhees, aged 40 years.

    Source: Red Bank Register, July 10, 1895


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