Mrs. Annie Whiteman of New York, a Sister of Commissioner John Sheehan, Dies at Newman Springs
Mrs. Annie (Sheehan) Whiteman, wife of Charles M. Whiteman of New York, and a sister of commissioner John Sheehan of Red Bank, died at the home of her mother, Mrs. Julia Sheehan, near Newman Springs, on Sunday morning. Death was caused by cancer. An operation was performed at a New York hospital last November, but this gave only temporary relief. Immediately after the operation was performed Mrs. Whiteman came to Red Bank and had lived here with her mother ever since. She was 44 years old. The house where she was born was the George Patterson house which was burned down a few years ago and was rebuilt. This house adjoined the house in which she died. She left no children. The funeral was held this morning at St. James's church. The burial was at Mount Olivet cemeery. The bearers were Thomas J. Norman, Thomas Mooney, Timothy J. Norman, William P. Snyder, James Norman and William Dugan.
Per Death Notice Mrs. Whiteman was 44 years, 6 months and 3 days of age.
Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Apr 25 1900