DEATH FROM HEART DISEASE.
A Visitor to Red Bank Dies Suddenly on Sunday.
Mrs. Noltenburg of New York died suddenly at the house of John Russ on East Front street on Sunday. Mrs. Noltenburg came down on the Sea Bird to visit Mrs. Russ. She was accompanied by her daughter and son-in-law. They were late in starting for the boat on its return trip and hurried to catch it. After going a short way Mrs. Noltenburg became exhausted and returned to the house. She sat down in a chair on the piazza and almost immediately expired. She was a large woman and had been afflicted for some time with heart disease. She was about 65 years old. The body was taken to New York for burial yesterday.
Mrs. Eliza E. Payne.
Mrs. Eliza E. Payne, a daughter of Mrs. P. M. Huntley of Broad street, Red Bank, died at Mrs. Huntley's residence last Friday of cancer of the stomach. She had been sick for a long time, and six weeks ago she came to Red Bank in the hope that her health would be improved. The funeral was held at Mrs. Huntley's on Sunday night and on Monday morning the body was taken to West Winfield for burial. Mrs. Payne was over 60 years old. She leaves one daughter.
James Compton, son of the late Capt. Cornelius Compton of Belford, who had followed the water for many years, was stricken with paralysis at his hotel in Philadelphia last Friday and died in three hours. His body was brought to Belford on Monday. Interment was made at Fair View on Tuesday.
Mrs. Carrie Schnugg.
Mrs. Carrie Schnugg, wife of Francis J. Schnugg and daughter of the late Joseph F. Hillenbrand, died at New York last week. She was well-known at Scobeyville, having spent the last eighteen summers there. She leaves a husband and three children.
Mrs. Ida Peach.
Mrs. Ida Peach died at the home of her father, Henry Little, on Front street, on Saturday. She was the wife of Harry Peach and lived in New York. She was 20 years old. Her funeral was held yesterday.
James W. Sickles.
James W. Sickles, a carpenter of Freehold, died on May 30th, aged 70 years. His death was caused by pneumonia. He leaves a wife and a family of grown-up children.
Miss Mary Robinson.
Miss Mary Robinson died of consumption at Freehold on Wednesday, May 29th. She was the daughter of Charles A. Robinson and was 33 years old.
MORRIS - At Jersey City, on Tuesday, June 4th, Lucy A., wife of Lewis Morris, Jr., formerly of Keyport, aged 47 years.
ROBINSON - At Freehold, on Wednesday, May 29th, Miss Mary P. Robinson, aged 33 years.
SICKLES - At Freehold, on Thursday, May 30th, James W. Sickles, aged 70 years.
WOOLLEY - Near Wayside, on Wednesday, May 29th, Charles E. Woolley, aged 44 years.
Source: Red Bank Register, June 12, 1895