New Jersey Obituaries - 1899 - George C. Hulett

George C. Hulett of Freehold died of apoplexy on Monday of last week, aged seventy years. He was the son of Samuel Hulett and was born at Allaire. Early in life he went to New York, where he learned the carpenter trade with his brother John. On June 9th, 1851, he married Mrs. Hannah Hulett, daughter of Samuel McCracken of Belvidere, and a widow of his brother. In 1855 he moved to Freehold, where he engaged in the carpenter business, and about ten years later he went back to New York, where he carried on a grocery business. He again returned to Freehold in 1866 and had since lived there. Mr. Hulett was a member of several secret societies. He was president of the Freehold Mutual loan association, a former chief of the Freehold fire department and a director and stockholder of the Stokes manufacturing company, Maplewood cemetery company and Freehold seminary. He leaves one daughter, Mrs. Gardiner Woodward of Freehold.

Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, February 22, 1899