New Jersey Obituaries - May 11, 1898 - Charles Macmonagle

Charles Macmonagle of New York, a summer resident of Rumson, died in New York last Thursday, aged 76 years. He had a been sick with heart trouble for a long time and about a month ago he was attacked with Bright's disease. He was born at Scotchtown, N. Y., and went to New York when a young man. He engaged in the dry goods business, in which he continued until a few years ago, when he retired on account of failing health. He was at one time a member of the firms of S. B. Chittendon & Co., A. T. Stewart & Co., and H. B. Claflin & Co. Mrs. Macmonagle died last summer. The only surviving member of the family is a daughter, who is the wife of John Davis Newman of New York. Two son(s), Charles and Hance Macmonagle, died a few years ago. The funeral was held on Saturday afternoon from his late home. The services were conducted by Rev. Lewis Cameron of South Orange, and addresses were made by Elias Underhill, Samuel Haines and Jonas Reese, of the Society of Friends. The body was placed in the receiving vault at Greenwood cemetery. It will be removed to the private cemetery on the Rumson road as soon as the family vault is completed.

Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, May 11, 1898

Note that the referenced vault can be viewed at:   Rumson Burying Ground, Rumson Road, Rumson   but the name is listed as McMonagle.