New Jersey Obituaries - 1899 - Capt. Irving H. Dudley

Capt. Irving H. Dudley, who had been a resident of Long Branch since 1890, died suddenly of apoplexy last Wednesday night. He was at the Imperial hotel at Long Branch when he was stricken. A carriage was called, and he was put into it and started for home, but he died before he reached there. He leaves a widow but no children.

Mr. Dudley was superintendent of the Long Branch iron pier when he first went to Long Branch, but he was soon afterward employed by the Monmouth ice company, and he retained this position until his death. He was a descendant of Revolutionary heroes and also of the early Puritans of Massachusetts.

Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, January 11, 1899