New Jersey Obituaries - June 29, 1898 - George Cross, Sr.

George Cross, Sr., Dies At Vanderburg

He Was a Well-Known Farmer and Had Lived at Vanderburg for Many Years

George Cross, Sr., a farmer living at Vanderburg, died last Saturday afternoon. He had been in poor health a long time. Recently he contracted a severe cold and this developed into pneumonia. He was born in England, but came to this county when a young man. He bought a farm at Vanderburg a number of years ago, and had lived there ever since. He was known as a good neighbor and a good citizen. He leaves five children-three sons and two daughters. The sons are George, Henry and William Cross, all of whom live at Vanderburg. The daughters are Mrs. Edward Hoey of Colt's Neck and Mrs. Maria McCormack of Holmdel. The funeral was held from the Freehold Catholic church yesterday afternoon and the burial was in the Freehold cemetery.

Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, June 29, 1898