Mrs. Carrie Magee.
Mrs. Carrie Magee, wife of Gilbert Magee of Marlboro, died at the home of her father, Elijah H. Matthews, at Colt's Neck last Friday, aged 20 years. She had been sick about two weeks. Mrs. Magee was a member of the Reformed church. The funeral was held on Sunday afternoon at two o'clock. Rev. S. R. Cunningham conducted the services. The pall bearers were Edward Statesir, John Reid, John Schanck, David Buck, Lauren Lefferson and Spafford Walling. The burial was made in the Colt's Neck cemetery.
James H. Dangler.
James H. Dangler died at his home at Wayside last Friday morning. He was the president of the township committee of Ocean and was a Democrat. He was also a member of the Wayside Methodist church and was connected with the Red Men's lodge at Oakhurst. He was a veteran of the war and lost a leg in battle.
Mrs. Thomas S. Field.
Martha Taylor Field, widow of Thomas S. Field, died at the Field homestead in Middletown township this morning. She was 81 years old. She was the mother of Dr. Edwin Field, Major Joseph T. Field and Henry Field. The funeral will be held at her late residence on Saturday afternoon at half-past one o'clock.
Charles E. Clayton.
Charles E. Clayton died of a complication of diseases at Long Branch last Thursday, aged 43 years. He had been sick for several weeks. He was a member of the St. Luke's Methodist church and also of Hollywood council of American Mechanics. His wife survives him.
Mrs. Lavinia Crawford.
Mrs. Lavinia Crawford died at her home on West street last Wednesday, aged 55 years. She was the wife of Gilbert Crawford, who with four children survive her. The funeral was held at the house on Friday at eleven o'clock and the burial was made at Freehold.
Langford Eastmond died of paralysis of the heart at Port Monmouth on Sunday of last week, aged 80 years. He was an old resident of that place and had lived there all his life. He leaves a wife and eight children.
CLAYTON - AT Long Branch, on Thursday, March 14th, Charles E. Clayton, aged 43 years.
CLARK - At Newark, on Tuesday, March 12th, David D. Clark, formerly of Eatontown, aged 40 years.
CRAWFORD - At Red Bank, on Wednesday, March 13th, Lavinia, wife of Gilbert Crawford, aged 55 years and 9 months.
DANGLER - At Wayside, on Friday, March 15th, James H. Dangler.
DEWITT - At Long Branch, on Saturday, March 9th, Mrs. Elizabeth Dewitt, aged 61 years.
EASTMOND - At Port Monmouth, on Sunday, March 10th, Langford Eastmond, aged 80 years.
FIELD - In Middletown township, on Wednesday, March 20th, Martha Taylor, widow of Thomas S. Field, aged 81 years and 23 days. The friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral at her late residence on Saturday, March 23d, at 1:30 P. M., without further notice.
FREEMAN - At Keyport, on Wednesday, March 13th, Drucilla Freeman, aged 1 year and 9 days.
GEAR - At Freehold, on Wednesday, March 13th, Mary Gear, aged 58 years.
HYERS - At Long Branch, on Thursday, March 14th, Mrs. Elmira Hyers, aged 62 years.
HEINRELEINE - At Deal, on Thursday, March 7th, Michael Heinreleine, aged 22 years.
HAMMOND - At Perrineville, on Saturday, March 9th, John Hammond, Sr., aged 89 years.
HECKMAN - At Englishtown, on Friday, March 8th, infant child of Emil Heckman, aged 1 year.
HARTSHORNE - At New York, on Wednesday, March 6th, James Mott Hartshorne, formerly of Freehold, aged 58 years.
LAYTON - At Ocean Grove, on Tuesday, March 12th, Nathaniel Layton, aged 74 years.
LIVINGSTONE - At Eatontown, on Wednesday March 13th, Lewis Livingstone, aged 12 days.
MAGEE - At Easton, Pa., on Saturday, March 9th, William Magee, formerly of Keyport, aged 80 years.
SILVESTER - At Como, on Friday, March 8th, Florence Silvester.
STORMS - At West Freehold, on Tuesday, March 12th, Harriet W. Storms, aged 78 years.
SMITH - At Red Bank on Tuesday, March 12th, Raymond F. Smith, aged 1 year and 7 months.
Source: Red Bank Register, March 20, 1895