Mount Dies at the Hospital.
Joseph Mount, who was found sick on the schooner Hiram Edwards and who was taken to the Memorial hospital, Long Branch, on Monday of last week, died two days after. Captain Irwin says that the statements made by Mount to the people who found him are untrue, but those who discovered him on board the schooner say that everything indicated that the man had been shamefully neglected.
KILLED BY A KICK.
Robert Carson's Skull Fractured by a Kick from a Horse's Hoof.
Robert Carson of Holmdel was killed by being kicked by a horse last Thursday. He went into the stable about half-past one o'clock and a horse kicked at him, striking him on the knee. This knocked Mr. Carson's legs from under him and he fell toward the horse, lying on the stable floor just behind the animal. Before he could move the horse kicked him in the head several times, fracturing the skull. Gilbert Dey, a man employed by Mr. Carson, saw the accident and he pulled him from behind the horse. With the help of neighbors Mr. Carson was carried to the house. Dr. Cooke was hastily summoned, but his services were unavailing, and Mr. Carson died a little after four o'clock.
Mr. Carson leaves a wife and two daughters, the latter just grown up. He was a prosperous farmer, and was one of the best-known men in the township. He was a brother of William Carson, who for several years was deputy internal revenue collector. He was about 63 years old and was born at Marlboro. He moved to Holmdel about 25 years ago. The funeral was held on Monday at his late residence. The pall bearers were Theodore Aumack, Charles Aumack, Charles P. Conover, John R. DuBois, Eugene Ely, William S. Crawford and Theodore Stilwell. The funeral was conducted by Rev. Garrett Wyckoff, and the burial was made in the Holmdel cemetery.
Stephen Lane died of consumption at Freehold on Sunday of last week. He was 54 years old. He was a veteran of the late war and was wounded in battle. He was born at West Farms, near Farmingdale, and in 1858 moved to Freehold. After the war he started a grocery store at Freehold and continued this business until poor health compelled him to give up active work. He had been confined to the house the last few years of his life. His wife was Miss Sarah VanCleaf of Turkey. She and a son and daughter survive him.
John H. Laird.
John H. Laird died at Englishtown on Sunday, April 21st, aged 55 years. He was prominent in Democratic politics in the county, having held many offices, among them being county collector, which he held for eight years. He was also president of the borough commissioners from the time the borough was formed until his death. He leaves a widow and five children. He leaves a widow and five children.
Mrs. Sarah M. Minor.
Mrs. Sarah M. Minor died at Glenwood, Long Island, on Sunday, April 21st, aged 67 years. She was the widow of George M. Minor of Keyport and lived at that place until about six years ago, when she went to live with her daughter, Mrs. Septimus Bedle. Two children survive her.
Mrs. Harriet Holland.
Mrs. Harriet Holland, wife of Thomas Holland, died at Oceanic on Monday morning from congestion of the brain. She leaves a husband and a daughter about four years old. The funeral was held this afternoon at two o'clock at the Presbyterian church.
Richard Cook died at Asbury Park on Sunday of last week, aged seventy years. He was a farmer in early life and owned a fine farm near Freehold. He had lived at Asbury Park for the past twelve years. He leaves three sons and two daughters.
Mrs. Julie Eldridge.
Julia Eldridge, wife of Benjamin Eldridge, died at Oceanport on Saturday aged 44 years. Her death was unexpected, being caused by hemorrhage of the lungs. Her husband and three children survive her.
Mrs. Emily Maps.
Mrs. Emily Maps died at Long Branch last Thursday, aged 71 years. She was born in Long Branch and was the widow of James Maps. She had been an invalid for some time. She leaves three children.
William S. Jackson.
William S. Jackson died at the home of his mother at Matawan on Saturday, April 20th, aged 37 years. The cause of death was hemorrhage of the lungs. He leaves a wife and three children.
Mrs. Hannah Newman.
Mrs. Hannah Newman died at Manasquan on Monday of last week of apoplexy. She was the wife of Carhart Newman and was 71 years old.
Miss Elda West
Miss Elda West, daughter of William West of Long Branch, died at that place on Monday of last week. She was 27 years old and had been sick for a long time with consumption.
John McCracken died at the home of John C. Disbrow, Long Branch, on Saturday, April 20th. He was 42 years old. A widow survives him.
COOK - At Asbury Park on Sunday, April 21st, Richard Cook, aged 70 years.
ELDRIDGE - At Oceanport, on Saturday, April 27th, Mrs. Julia Eldridge, aged 44 years.
HOLLAND - At Oceanic, on Monday, April 29th, Mrs. Harriet Holland, aged 40 years.
JACKSON - At Matawan, on Saturday, April 20th, William S. Jackson, aged 37 years.
KEYS - At Englishtown, on Thursday, April 18th, the infant daughter of Thomas Keys.
LAIRD - At Englishtown, on Sunday, April 21st, John H. Laird, aged 55 years.
LANE - At Freehold, on Sunday, April 21st, Stephen Lane, aged 54 years.
MAPS - At Long Branch, on Thursday, April 25th, Mrs. Emily Maps, aged 71 years.
MCCRACKEN - At Long Branch, on Saturday, April 20th, John McCracken, aged 42 years.
MATTHEWS - In Howell township, on Tuesday, April 23d, John B. Matthews, aged 86 years.
MINOR - At Glenwood, L. I., on Sunday, April 21st, Mrs. Sarah M. Minor, formerly of Keyport, aged 67 years.
NEWMAN - At Manasquan, on Monday, April 22d, Mrs. Hannah Newman.
NEWMAN - Near Farmingdale, on Friday, April 19th, Mrs. Frances Eliza Newman, aged 42 years.
POLING - Near Keyport, on Friday, April 19th, Zephaniah Poling, aged 80 years.
WEST - At Long Branch, on Monday, April 22d, Miss Elda West, aged 27 years.
WYCKOFF - At Asbury Park, on Thursday, April 25th, Violet Wyckoff, aged 14 years.
Source: Red Bank Register, May 1, 1895