New Jersey Obituaries - August 31, 1898 - Stephen S. Antonides

Stephen S. Antonides of Brooklyn died of consumption at the home of his sister, Mrs. Charles Curtis of Front street, last Saturday morning. He was 46 years old. Mr. Antonides was a former resident of Red Bank, where he conducted a buttermarket for several years. Five years ago he moved to Brookyn and entered the employ of a wholesale grocery firm as a traveling salesman. He held this position until two years ago, when he was attacked with the disease which caused his death. Mr. Antonides was born in Holmdel township and was the son of Lydia and Abram Antonides. He was the youngest of a family of eleven children, nine of whom are living. A widow and four children survive him. The children are Belle, Charles, George and Ralph Antonides. The funeral was held on Monday afternoon at half-past one o'clock at the house of Mrs. Curtis. Rev. F. R. Harbaugh of Red Bank and Rev. Garrett A. Wyckoff of Holmdel conducted the services. The pall bearers were James Cooper, Jr., Daniel H. Applegate, N. J. Wilson and William Hockman.

Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, August 31, 1898