Stockton C. Pullen of Imlaystown died on Sunday of last week of paralysis aged 67 years. Mr. Pullen was born in Pennsylvania but moved to Imlaystown early in life, where he had since resided. He learned the carpenter’s trade when a young man and later in life he engaged in bridge building. He served in the army during the civil war. He was a Republican in politics and active in the political affairs of his township. He was a member of the Upper Freehold Baptist church and was for many years a member of its official board. About fifty years ago he married Adaline Pullen of Clarksburg. She and five children survive him. The children are William S. Pullen of Imlaystown, Mrs. Howard Buckalew of Imlays Hill, Professor Charles A. Pullen of Dutch Neck, Clark S. Pullen of Providence, Rhode Island, and Mrs. Joseph Champion of Narragansett Pier, Rhode Island.
Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, August 29, 1900