DEATH FROM HICCUPS.
Miss Emma Fennelly Died After Five Days' Suffering.
Miss Emma Fennelly died at Asbury Park on Tuesday of last week after suffering five days with hiccups. She was 28 years old and had been sick for some weeks. On the Thursday before her death she was taken with the hiccups. The spasms of coughing continued for hours at a time with no intermissions. All sorts of remedies were tried, but the hiccups could not be stopped and they continued until her death. Brief relief was obtained by swallowing nine swallows of water without taking a breath, but the hiccups began again almost immediately. After the hiccups had continued a day the constant jarring of the internal organs caused intense pain and narcotics had to be administered to obtain relief.
Albert Woolley of Shrewsbury died at that place yesterday afternoon of cancer of the stomach, aged 68 years. He had been sick ever since the first of the year, but had not been confined to his bed until about ten days ago. He was born in Shrewsbury and had spent all his life in this vicinity. He was a well-known farmer and for over thirty years he had worked the Edmund T. Williams place. He was road overseer of the Shrewsbury district for many years. During the past year he had farmed what is known as the George Hance place. His wife died about six years ago. Four children survive him. They are Mrs. Charles Hurley and Joseph Woolley of Shrewsbury, Mrs. John Bennett of Little Silver and Mrs. Harry Taber of Long Branch. His funeral will be held on Friday afternoon at two o'clock from his late home.
Mrs. Catharine Desmond.
Mrs. Catharine Desmond, wife of James Desmond of Colt's Neck died on Saturday of heart trouble. She had suffered with asthma for a number of years. Mrs. Desmond was born in Ireland on November 15th, 1844, and was 51 years old. She leaves a husband and three children. The children are Mrs. William Wallace of Washington, D. C., and Mrs. John Riordan and James Desmond of Colt's Neck. Mrs. Desmond was a member of the Catholic church. The funeral was held from the Colt's Neck church yesterday and the interment was in the Catholic burying ground at Freehold. The pallbearers were William Murphy, John Stapleton, John Norman, Michael Dugan, John Whalen and John Murphy.
Joseph Hance, a farmer of West Freehold, died on Monday of last week of inflammation of the bowels. He was sick only a week, but his sufferings were intense. He was 58 years old and was a native of Shrewsbury township, his father being Edward Hance, one of the members of the society of Friends of Shrewsbury. When a lad he moved to Colt's Neck, and while there he married Jane Buck, daughter of Henry Buck. About thirty years ago he moved to West Freehold, where he had since lived. He leaves a widow and one son, Henry Hance of Freehold. Several mouths ago Mr. Hance was severely injured n a runaway accident. He was recovering from this when he was attacked with the sickness which proved fatal.
Michael Mahoney died last Friday at Oceanic at the home of his brother, Patrick Mahoney, from Bright's disease. He had been sick only two weeks and his recovery was expected, but he had a relapse on Friday. He was 78 years old. He was born in Ireland and came to this country when he was about twenty years old. He was a bachelor, and was a member of the Catholic church. The funeral was held on Monday at the Holy Cross church at Seabright. The body was interred in the Calvary cemetery. The pall-bearers were Patrick Henrehen, Edward O'Brien, Thomas Tyndall, David Kinney, Michael Rainey and Hugh McCarron.
Ebenezer S. Hoffmire.
Ebenezer S. Hoffmire died at the home of his aunt, Angeline Hoffmire, on Monmouth street on Monday, of heart trouble resulting from a paralytic stroke. Mr. Hoffmire had a stroke of paralysis on January 17th and had another stroke about seven weeks ago. He was a bachelor and was fifty year old. He has lived with his aunt since his mother died, which was sixteen years ago. The funeral services will be held at the house to-morrow and the body will be buried in Greenwood cemetery on Friday.
Andrew Newman, a carpenter, died at Long Branch on Monday of last week after a week's sickness with pneumonia. He was 49 years old and had lived at Long Branch for the past fifteen years. He was a member of the Carpenters' union, American Mechanics, Odd Fellows and the Degree of Pocahontas. He was insured in the Cooperative bank of Newark for $1,000, and from the societies with which he was connected, his widow will receive $800 more. A widow and four children survive him.
Charles Donahay of Ardena, in Howell township, died of paralysis on Monday of last week. He was a brother-in-law of Mrs. Mary Donahay of Red Bank. He was also a brother to Jackson Donahay, who died at Ardena four months ago from the same disease. Mr. Donahay had served on the township committee of Howell township for nine years, and he declined a nomination this spring. He was a farmer by occupation and was about fifty years old. He leaves a widow and one daughter.
Mrs. Elizabeth S. Maynard.
Mrs. Elizabeth S. Maynard, wife of Dr. James T. Maynard, died at Freehold on Tuesday of last week, aged 62 years. She was born at Perrineville and was a daughter of John English, after whose family the village of Englishtown was named. She married Dr. Maynard in 1856, and shortly afterward moved to Chicago, where they remained until about six years ago, when they returned East and settled in Freehold. She leaves three children, all of whom are living in the West.
Zephanih Pearce, a resident of Wall township for any years, died at Brielle on Tuesday of last week, aged 68 years. His death was due to rheumatism.
William C. Bray.
William C. Bray died at Manasquan on Tuesday of last week. He had been sick with heart disease for a long time. A few days before his death he took cold, which developed into pneumonia, from which he died. He leaves a widow and two children.
Amelia P. Headden.
Miss Amelia P. Headden died at Englishtown last Wednesday of heart disease and dropsy. She was 74 years old. She had always lived in that part of the county, and had been a member of the Presbyterian church since she was sixteen years old.
Mrs. Johanna Baldoswki.
Mrs. Johanna Baldoswki, wife of Julius Baldoswki of Belford, died on Friday of paralysis. She was 48 years old and leaves a husband and two children. The body was buried on Sunday in Fair View cemetery.
William R. Bloodgood.
William R. Bloodgood, a former resident of Matawan and a veteran of the late war, died at the Soldiers' home at Kearney on Thursday, April 2d. His death was caused by softening of the brain. He was 63 years old.
Mrs. Martha Bailey.
Mrs. Martha Bailey died at the home of her grand-daughter, Mrs. George Stoney, at Keyport, on Friday, April 3d, aged 70 years. She was the widow of Stephen Bailey and had lived at Keyport for 56 years.
Daniel M. Jewett.
Daniel M. Jewett of Keyport died at Jacksonville, Florida, on Thursday, where he had gone for his health. He was a son of the late John L. Jewett. He was an Odd Fellow and was also a Free Mason.
George Richardson died at Brevent Park, Atlantic Highlands on Monday of apoplexy. He was 58 years old. The body will be buried to-day at Rosedale cemetery, near Newark.
BAILEY - At Keyport, on Friday, April 3d, Mrs. Martha Bailey, aged 70 years.
BAKER - At Hoboken, on Friday, April 3d, James W. Baker, formerly of Keyport.
BALDOWSKI - At Belford, on Friday, April 10th, Johanna, wife of Julius Baldowski, aged 48 years.
BLOODGOOD - At Kearney, on Thursday, April 2d, William R. Bloodgood, aged 63 years.
BRAY - At Manasquan, on Tuesday, April 7th, William C. Bray.
BROKAW - At Allentown, on Friday, April 3d, H. E. Brokaw, aged 72 years.
CHAMBERLIN - At Freehold, on Monday, April 6th, Mark Chamberlin, aged 23 years.
COOMBS - Near Manasquan, on Monday, April 6th, Walter Coombs, aged 26 years.
DAVIS - At Matawan, on Saturday, April 4th, Miss Fannie Davis, aged 30 years.
DESMOND - At Colt's Neck, on Saturday, April 11th, Mrs. Catharine Desmond, wife of James Desmond, aged 51 years.
DONAHAY - At Ardena, on Monday, April 6th, Charles Donahay, aged 50 years.
EMMONS - Near Englishtown, on Wednesday, April 8th, Lawrence Emmons, aged 84 years.
FENNELLY - At Asbury Park, on Tuesday, April 7th, Miss Emma Fennelly, aged 28 years.
HANCE - At West Freehold, on Monday, April 6th, Joseph Hance, aged 58 years, 5 months and 10 days.
HEADDEN - At Englishtown, on Wednesday, April 8th, Miss Amelia P. Headden, aged 74 years.
HOFFMIRE - At Red Bank, on Monday, April 13th, Ebenezer S. Hoffmire, aged 50 years.
MAHONEY - At Oceanic, on Friday, April 10th, Michael Mahoney, aged 78 years.
MAYNARD - At Freehold, on Tuesday, April 7th, Elizabeth S., wife of Dr. James T. Maynard, aged 62 years.
NEWMAN - At Long Branch, on Monday, April 6th, Andrew Newman, aged 49 years.
PEARCE - At Brielle, on Tuesday, April 7th, Zephanih Pearce, aged 68 years.
RICHARDSON - At Atlantic Highlands, on Monday, April 13th, George Richardson, aged 58 years.
SASSANO - At Long Branch, on Friday, April 10th, Cissie, daughter of Patrick Sassano, aged 7 months.
SPINDLER - At Farmingdale, on Sunday, April 4th, Manola, wife of Charles H. Spindler.
VanBRACKLE - At Matawan, on Monday, April 6th, Ernest, son of Jesse VanBrackle, aged 3 months.
WILSON - At Freneau, on Thursday, April 9th, Myrtle, daughter of Edward Wilson, aged 1 year and 10 months.
WOOLLEY - At Shrewsbury, on Tuesday, April 14th, Albert Woolley, aged 68 years.
Source: Red Bank Register, April 15, 1896